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GEORGIA'S CROPS IMPROVED.
REPORTS FROM rOIMIES
CommiiMioncr Str\*n flaw Heard
From llil (‘onntirN and Sny * rop*
Have Mhilc a \\ onderf a I Improvr
-111 en( in the l.nM Erw U>ekn—Fot
ton nml Corn %i*e* in Cood rondit
ion Except In >ortli Grondn.
At'anta. Aug. 10—The crops of Georgia
have improved materially in ih last few
weeks Commis.-icivr of Agriculture
Stevens sail this mining he hod received
reports frem 11-► < ■-untie.- of the -tate this
month and rearly every r port shewed
an Improvement in the condition of the
crops In speaking of the matter Mr.
“The crops in Georgia hive male a
wonderful impro\emert in the last few
weeks. The crops in South Georg a are
really mad- and are as line es usual. In
Middle Georgia the c -tton and corn are
about two weeks late, and are in fair
condition. Tie poor st crop is in North
Georgia, where the heavy rains during
June seemed to have had the greatest
“The cot ion acreage this year is about
the same, though I don't think the
amount of cotton will be as large as last
year. The corn crop this year will he
better than in many seasons. TANARUS has been
a great season for upland corn, while the
corn in the swamps has almost been
“The cotton will begin to come in rap
idly from now on. and I expect that the
South Georgia, crop will be marketed bv
Sept. 15. if a sufficient number of hands
can be secured to gather it. South Geor
gians are having great trouble in secur
ATLANTA’S \\ ATER WORKS.
May C'anne Row Between Clti/.enß
C ommittee nml < onneil.
Atlanta. Aug. 10.—Atlanta’s waterworks,
because of the recent break-downs, prom
ises to cause a big row between a citi
zens’ committee of ten, appointed at a
public mass meeting, to investigate the
cause of the breaks, and the City Coun
The Citizens’ Committee, of which H.
H. Cabaniss is chairman, to-day requested
the Council to appropriate SSOO to pay the
cost of hjfing an expert to inspect the
waterworks and make a report. Council
dimply tabled the request. The commit
tee is now expected to denounce Council.
The Joint Committee of Council to-dav
made a rc*port to rhat body. Among the
recommendations made were the follow
“That all direct elevator connections be
discontinued at once; that hereafter, in
flushing sewers from hydrants the sani
tary deparrment use hose with nozzle at
tachments in washing out the sewer eyes;
that the filters at all times be washed
with water from the clear water basin.**
In conclusion, the committee recom
mended that the improvements and
changes which the committee deem of the
utmost importance for the successful op
eration of *he plant be provided for by a
bond issue or an emergency tax levy of
one-fourth of 1 per cent, for one year for
immediate construction of the work.
The coer of the proposed improvements
is estimated at $237,000.
NO TEAM FOR SEA GIRT.
Governor** Horne Gunrria llnve De
cided Not to Send One.
Atlanta. Aug. 10.—The Governor’s Horse
Guards will not send a rifle team to Sea
Girt this year to participate in the inter
state shoot, (’apt. George Hope of the
Horse Guards says no team will go. as the
Governor has advised against sending one
on account of the fraud said to have been
perpetrated at the rifle range at Sea Girt
It will be remegpbered that quite a kick
was raised by Savannahians on account
of the way in which they were treated.
The Horse Guards had hoped to he on
band this year, but a* rho Governor
doen’t think it advisable for Georgians
to go. the state w ill be without represen
tation at the shoot. The Horse Guards
won the national medal last year for the
best carbine team on the range. The
troop will have a team at Savannah next
month, however, and will compete with
other teams of the state for the prizes
offered by the Avondale Rifle Association.
EXCMSIVE RIGHT TO STREETS.
Judge ( nndler of the Opinion That
\© One Person Has It.
Atlanta. Aug. 10.—When the hearing of
the Central Trust Company’s suit to pre
vent the condemnation of the Atlanta
Railway and Power Company’s tracks
was called to-day. Judge Candler stated
that he had not changed his mind since
holding the Atlanta Railway could cen
iiemn the Mitchell street tracks of the
Atlanta Railway and Power Company,
and he called on the counsel to tell him
how the present case differed from the
one he had previously decided.
During the discussion which followed,
the Judge said:
“I don’t undertake to say what the law
Is yet, but if anybody has got exclusive
r ghts to the streets in this country, then
the people are in a mighty bad fix.”
Because of Hint ss of Clifford L. Ander
son. leading counsel for the trust com
pany, the hearing was postponed until to
LOANED ATLANTA MONEY.
Atkinson Let the City Have $200,-
000 at 2 Per Cent.
Atlanta. Aug. 10.—The City Council to
day authorized the finance committee to
borrow 175.000, tor sixty days to tide over
running expenses until the fall taxes come
Chairman J. Wiley Pope had some dif
ficulty in agreeing upon the Interest race
with the Atlanta l ank, and Harry M. At
kinson, electric light and street car mag
nate, came to the city’s aid offering to
make the loan at 2 per cnt. This offer
was promptly accepted. Mr. Atkinson on
a former occasion loaned the city SJO
- at 3 p r cent, when the city had al
ways before been raying i or 7 t er cent.
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the system of all impurities An
absolute cure for sick headache,
dyspepsia, sour stomach, con
stipation and kindred diseases.
“Can’t do without them”
R. P. Smith, Chilesburg, Va.
writes I don’t know how I could
do without them. I have had
Liver disease for over twenty
years. Am now entirely cured.
Tutt’s Liver Pills
44 Put Money
In Thy Purse/'
Nobody suffering from brain-fag. lack
of energy, or “ that tired feeling" ewer
puts money in his purse. Lassitude and
listlessness come from Impure, sluggish
blood that simply oozes through the veins.
Hood's Sarsaparilla makes the blood pure
and gives it life, vigor and vim.
1 ■ 1 . BB—
DR CM)LG KILLED HIMSELF.
\ minx F.nul lli nm n W-is nn Advocate
Valdosta. Ga., Aug. 10.—B. C. Brundle,
a traveling salesman for the .Ridpath
Encyclopoedia, committed suicide here to
day about noon by taking morphine.
He came here three weeks ago and has
been boarding at Mrs. Greer’s, though he
occupied a room at the home of Mr.
Buchanan, just across the street. It is
said that he ran out of money and be- ,
Those who have, been associated with
him during his stay here say that he was
,ui advocate of suicide and often talked
about it. He bought a dozen- morphine
tablets last night, and it is supposed that
he took them in broken doses to-day. He
was missed about his usual haunt to-day
and some inquiry was made about him.
E.iter iri the day he was found dead in
He was an Englishman and had not
been in this country a very great while.
His remains were taken in charge by some
of his fellow-countrymen and he will be
buried here to-morrow. He left no mes
sage or explanation of the rash act.
F/\( ITEMBNT AT TIFTON.
\ Young W muii n Accosted by a
Tifton, Gn.. Aug. 10—Considerable ex
citement was caused in Tifton late yes
terday afternoon by the receipt of a tel
egram from Chula, seven miies north of
here, asking that Oliver and his dogs be
sent at once, to run down a would-be
rapist. The dogs were Immediately sent,
and quite a crowd of armed men followed
them. They returned at an early hour
this morning, with the following partic
As the 18-year-old daughter of Mr. Self,
a teamster for Phillips & Hollingsworth,
was returning from school yesterday af
ternoon, about 4 o’clock, carrying two
empty dinner buckets on her arm. she
was met by a young negro man. who ask
ed what she carried in the buckets. She
told him they were empty, and kept
walking away from him. He replied that
he would see what was in them, and start
ed towards her, when she increased her
pace to a run. The negro drew his knife
and pursued her a short distance, but as
she was near home when she met him,
stopped before he got to the house.
The alarm was given, and a party
started in pursuit, but up to noon to-day
the negro had not been caught. He is
said to be a mulatto, about 20 years old,
and weighing about 120 pounds.
There is little doubt but that only the
prompt flight of the young lady and her
home being so near by is all that prevent
ed another terrible tragedy being added
to those rhat are already blackening the
history or the state.
FIT/HI GH LEE IN < Ol RT.
He I* the Two-Year-Old Child of Mr.
and Mr*. IV. \. Lee.
Statesboro, Ga., Aug. 10.—A case of
considerable Interest was heard here yes
terday i>efore Ordinary Martin. The case
was brought by Mrs. Alice Lee of Savan
nah. against W. N. Lee of Statesboro,
ner husband, for the possession of their
two-year-old child. Fitzhugh, under ha
beas corpus proceedings.
The evidence was rather detrimental to
the good name of each party, and quit*
contradictory. The court awarded the
custody of the child to its father, W. N.
The parties had lived in Savannah for
a number of years. Mrs. Lee still re
sides there. Lee was for some time a
member of the police force of Savannah.
W. F. Slater accompanied Mrs. Lee up
yesterday. fim her attorney, and made an
eloquent appeal to the court for the pos
session of the child for his client.
THE RAILROAD COMMISSION.
Complaint by (Tinpniuii of Dublin
Atlanta, Aug. 10.—The Railroad Com
mission had a short session this morning.
The principal question which was lo have
been up for discussion, a proposed change
of rule 25, was carried over to the next
meeting on account of the railroads ask
ing for more time.
The only matter of Importance disposed
of was the complaint of L. A. Chapman
of Dublin, against the Wrightsville and
Tennllle Railroad, and the Macon. Dub
lin and Savannah Railroad. Chapman
owns a brick yard at Dublin, and it seems
that the railroad had refused to haul brick
from one end of the town to the other.
Chapman and representatives for (he
railroads, appeared before the commission
to-day. uni after a lengthy discussion the
railroads decided to haul the cars pro
vided Chapman would pay two dollars per
car to each road.
BABCOCK ESTATE CASE.
Court Gives n Verdlet in Favor of
Sparta, Ga., Aug. 10.—A great deal of
Interest has been taken In the trial of
the claimants for the Babcock estate,
which is valued at $12,000. A verdict was
returned this morning in favor of James
Freebie of Pennsylvania, the claimant.
Joseph E. Babcock died In Sparta sev
eral years ago, leaving no will. A gretil
many have claimed the property on rela
tionship, but have been unable to prove
their claim*. Mr. James Freehle claim
ed to be a brother-in-law of Joseph Bab
cock, and succeeded In establishing his
Faithful Old Servant Dead.
Benufois, S. C\. Aug. 10.—“ Aunt” Cath
! frinc Frazier, colored. 87 years old. died
here yesterday afternoon. She was a
! laithful servant In the family of Col. Wll
j ilam Elliott and belonged lo a type of
| her race that Is rapidly passing away.
| She was the oldest person here, and has
enjoyed the respect which a long life of
j faithfulness and ante-bellum Ideas of re
j speet to the white people had entitled her
Fate V*. Leans at Ilennfort.
Beaufort, S. C., Aug. 10.—A baseball
| game between teams composed of the fat
i and lean citizens of the town, was played
} yesterday afternoon. The two extremes
were well represented. Nine innings were
I played, with a score of 35 to 5 In favor
lof the lean team The game was extreme
ly Mmustng. One of the fat players was
. knocked out In the fifth Inning and had
: to retire from the gam*
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY. AUGUST 11. 1900.
COCKRELL SEEMS CONFIDENT.
LIKE* THE WAY THE BRYAN
FORCES ARB ORGANIZED.
Predict* Missouri U ill Again Be the
Banner Democratic State of the
Middle \\ e*t Snprime Ex|ire**ed
That Neither of the Virginia Sen
ator* I* on the National Demo
cratic Executive Committee —Bach-
elder to Itnn for Congress in M*-
Niirli ii sett*.
Washington, Aug. 10.—Senator Cockrell
of Missouri, looked more like a back coun
ty farmer than the leader of the Demo
cratic minority in the United Stales Sen
ate, as he trudged around the various de
partments the other day looking after
the Interest* of his constituents.
Although the thermometer registered 98
degrees in the shade, the Missouri Sen
ator's dome of thought was covered by a
broad brimmed black wool hat. Rivulets
of perspiration coursed down his checks
and formed a conjunction at the end of
his billy-goat whiskers, ond thence tric
kled down upon his boiled shirt front. The
Senator had discarded his veet, but wore
a long flowing black alpaca coat which
nearly reached his knees. His heavy,
black wool trousers were so short that
they revealed the fact that, although sum
mer is far advanced, the Senator has
not yet placed his winter boots on the re
Senator Cockrell was not averse to dis
cussing the political situation, notwith
standing the high temperature. lie says
he is greatly encouraged by the admirable
mannei in which the combined Bryan
forces are being organized. He said there
is more enthusiasm, more sincerity of pur
pose, and a greater determination to win
displayed by the Democratic leaders than
he has ever known before. So far as Mis
souri is concerned, he predicts that his
state will maintain its reputation as the
banner Democratic commonwealth of the
‘Middie West. He does not anticipate much
assistance from any of the Eastern states,
and he is not as sanguine as Senator
Jones appeared to be that New York will
be found in the Democratic column in
Not on Executive Committee.
Some surprise i9 expressed in Demo
cratic circles that neither of the Virginia
senators are members of the Democratic
Executive Committee. It was generally
believed that either Senator Daniel or
Senator Martin would be drafted for ac
tive service on that committee. Senator
Daniel will of course, be in great demand
on the stump, for he is one of the meet
effective and impressive debators in the
Democratic ranks. Senator Martin, al
though not noted for his ability as a de
bator, is nevertheless regarded as one* of
the most astute political organizers in the
national arena to-day. He is in command
of wonderful resources, possessed of ex
cellent judgmen-t and discretion and bold,
vigorous and tactful on the political fir
ing line. It is generally conceded that
he would have been an admirable acqui
sition to the committee.
Senator Daniel was in the city to-day,
making the round of the departments,
clearing up, as he expressed it, the odds
and ends of his local affairs, preparatory
to going to work in the campaign. He
had no criticism to pass upon the per
sonnel of the Executive Committee as
named by Senator Jones, and showed not
the slightest sign of disappointment at
not being a member of that body'. As
usual, the senior senator from Virginia
declined to indulge in any wild specula
tion as to the result of the November
elections. He stated very frankly fhat
the Democratic party has a strong and
powerfully-equipped enemy to combat,
and it will require complete harmony of
action, perfect organization and hard and
persistent fighting to dislodge the present
administration from pdwer. He regards
ihe chances between (he two parties so
evenly balanced that the slightest blun
der on the part of either of the combat
ants might cause disaster. So far as he
is advised, the democracy’ throughout (he
land Is thoroughly united and confident
of success, and so far as his individual
efforts are concerned, he pro|K>ses to do
everything In his power to help elect the
Bryan and Stevenson ticket.
Uaehelder for ('onuresa.
Frank Roe Bacheldor. the well known
contributor to Puck. Munsie s Magazine
and the regular Washington correspond
ent of the Worcest r Telegram has. at the
suggestion of his political friends,
returned to Worcester to enter the race
in the Third Congressional District of
Massachusetts. This is the district for
merly represented by “Uncle Joe Walk
er," familiarly called the “Gray Eagle"
of New England, by reason of his ag
pressive nature in advocating anything
that related to the high protective tariff
or the gold standard. It is also the d!s
. ■ ..i.rnLnnt.iil hi- Suinatnr Until*
Ilaelielder for Congress.
Frank Roe Bacheldor. the well known
contributor to Puck. Munsie's Magazine
and the regular Washington correspond
ent of the Worcest. r Telegram has. at the
suggestion of his political friends,
returned to Worcester to enter the race
in the Third Congressional District of
Massachusetts. This is the district for
merly represented by “Uncle Joe “Walk
er,'’ familiarly called the “Gray Eagle”
of New England, by reason of his ag
gressive nature in advocating anything
that related to the high protective tariff
or the gold standard. It is also the dis
trict once tepresented by Senator Hoar
Rlr. Bacheldor was private secretary and
political adviser to the "Gray Eagle"
while he was in Congress, and the friends
of Mr. Walker are behind the Bacheldor
movement. In addition to being an able
and o graceful writer of verse as well as
prose. Mr. Bacheldor Is well grounded In
state and national politics and his friends
assure him that he can carry the district
if he will make the canvass Personally,
Mr. Bacheldor prefers to continue his
literary work in which he has been so
successful, but the temptation to dabble
in politics rather than printer’s Ink seems
to have been too strong for him to resist
and he has gone to Worcester to survey
the situation and assay his prospects of
succeeding his old friend and benefactor.
"Unc e Joe W’alker” in the House of Rep
SHOOTING AT LOCO.
Jim Ferguson Shot mid Killed l>y
Washington, Ga., Aug. 10—At Loco
postofflee, in Lincoln county, there occur
red last Wednesday a fatal shooting af
fray between Joseph Paradise and Jim
Ferguson, two prominent young men of
that, section. It seems that the difficulty
originated about a buggy. Some time ago
the buggy of Mr. J. L. Latimer was bad
ly cut and mutiliaied by some miscreants.
Ferguson remarked that Paradise was
connected with the act af vandalism, and
litis remark reached the ears of Paradise.
On Wednesday they met at the postoffice
at Loco and both opened fire. Ferguson
was struck several times and died in
about half an hour. It Is thought that.
Paradise was also wounded. but
this cannot be verified, as Loco
Is fifteen miles from any rail
road station lit a sparsely settled region.
Eczema—!Vo Cure, !to Pay.
Your druggist will refund your money If
Pazo Ointment fails to cure you. 50c.
>po hti x a^KtUs
On the Uorcoran-Pieree Contest.
And from one to five hundred dollars on
Corcoran at Carr's saloon. Come and get
HAY AND HABERSHAM STREETS.
We have a few desirable flats and
houses In first-class locality that we will
rent right to right tenants.
ESTATE SALOMON COHEN.
CUAHLTOM at I'll IHLTO.V
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
Room* 12, Provident Building.
EBBS.—The friends of Mr. Robert Ebbs
are invited to attend his funeral from No.
.101 Broughton street, east, at 4 o’clock
* PKCiA L OTICES.
LEVAN’S TABLE D’HOTE DINNERS.
Dinner 1 to 3 and 6 to 9. Saturday, Aug. 11.
English Beef Broth. J
Grouper ala Normandie.
Potatoes a FAlgerienne.
Sliced Tomatoes. Potato Salad.
Queen Olives, Chow Chow, Mixed Pickles.
Ham and Cabbage.
Ribs of Baltimore Beef, Dish Gravy.
Epigramme of Lamb ala Trianon.
Germany Corn Fritters, w ith Maple Syrup
Manlied Potatoes, Green Peas, Rice.
Stewed Tomatoes, Boiled Okra.
PASTRY AND DESSERT.
Apple Pie, Assorted Cakes.
Cheese, Crackers, Fruits.
Tapioca Pudding. Wine Sauce.
LEVAN’S CAFE AND RESTAURANT,
lit congress street, west.
FINE GOODS AT LOW PRICES.
Wp Are in It on Celery.
Dunkley’s Celebrated Celery, in quart
Dunkley’s Celebrated Celery’ Salad, in
quart jars, 15c.
Hazard’s Stuffed Olives, just in, 10c jar.
Hazard’s Baby Olives, just in, 10c jar.
Armour & Co.’s Boned Chicken, 20c can.
Numsen & Co.’s Early June Peas, just
in, 10c can.
Columbia River Salmon, flat cans. 15c can.
3-lb. California Bartlett Pears 15c can.
Armour & Co.’s White Label Soups, quart
cans, 10c each.
Franeo-American Soups, Vfc-pint cans, 10c
Franco-American Soups, 1-pint cans, 17c
Franco-American Veal and Green Peas,
Franco-American Calf Tongue and Toma
to Sauce, 25c can.
Rich’s Improved Table Jelly 10c package.
Rich’s Ginger Chips 10c package.
Imported Sardines. % boxes, 15c can.
Fruit Shrub, Grape Juice and Ginger Ale.
Fancy Northern Apples.
Fine Lemons and Limes.
Fine Pears 25c peck.
Fine Sweet Potatoes.
No. 1 New Mackerel, just in.
No. 2 New Mackerel, fine but small.
C. A. DRAYTON GROCERY COMPANY,
G. S. Van Horne, V. P.
NEW CONFECTIONERY STORE.
The Imperial Candy Company to-day.
assumes control of the store at Bull and
State streets, where an up-to-date con
fectionery business will be carried on.
The very b* st soda water, ice cream and
sherbets will be served. Full line of fine
cigars will be stocked. The patronage
of the people of Savannah is solicited.
THE IMPERIAL CANDJ COMPANY,
SAVANN Ml AS A SIMMER RESORT.
After reading the reports of the hot
weather North and West we can say our
weather Is all right. When you see my
display of fine meats in the City Market
you will say our meats are all right. The
right kind of weather and the right kind
of meats makes a summer resort popular.
Prime Beef. Mutton ond Veal, Ricetteld
Lamb. Matchless Corned Beef, etc.
Phones 557. JOHN FUNK.
Fryers, Lamb, Veal.
Everything the best to be had.
Give me your orders early.
Phones 575. M. S. GARDNER.
Best meal you ever ate for 2.’c.
Bate* to regular boarder* moderate.
SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT,
Fine Ricefleid Lamb to-day*.
The best beef brought to Savannah
market may be had at any time of day at
Tender choice fryers.
Fresh fruits and vegetables.
JAS. J. JOYCE.
P. S— Remember the fumous B. B. Java.
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
And everything In the building material
line. We are headquarters for these
goods, with the largest and most com
plete stock in the South. Buy White Pine
Doors, Sash and Blinds for your new
_ ANDREW HANLEY COMPANY.
The finest line of Mantels, Tiling and
Grates In the city. Prices rock bottom.
Save money by seeing our goods before
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO.,
Corner Congress and Drayton.
BIY ONLY THE BEST GINGER ALB.
The best is the Wheoler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Alt. made by Wheeler & Cos.,
of Belfast. Ireland, from the celebrated
Cromac Spring* of that city. These
springs are the property of Wheeler &
Cos., hence no other Ginger Ale manufac
turer in Ireland haa thoee waters but
themeelves. 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.
Bole Southern Agent*. Savannah. Ga.
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 beds from fS.CO
to $8.50. lolsiers from $1 50 10 SI.OO. PI low
cases from 75c to 500. Cotton, moss and
hair mattresses made to order. Will save
you money. Work guaranteed.
NATIONAL, MATTRESS AND RENO
Bell phone 1136 431 Drayton street.
DO YOU KNOW IT ? -
If not, call, and satisfy yourself that we handle the
finest line of Carpenters’ and Mechanics’ tools.
Disston’s Saws, Jenning’s Chisel,
Jenning’s Auger Bits, Automatic Screw
Drivers and Drills, Hammers, Hatchets,
Squares, Mallets, Bailey Pianes.
We are agents for Starrett’s Mechanics’
PALMER HARDWARE COMPANY,
Bay and Jefferson Streets.
OUR COFFEE DEPARTMENT
is complete in every particular, and contains the most
comprehensive line in the city. “Seeing is believing.”
“Greater New York’s Greatest Coffee,”
packed by Gillies, is an excellent article; in 5-pound
screw-top tins, $1.15. Per pound 25c.
Duffy and Drayton.
NOT A PROPOSITION,
BUT AN ESTABLISHED FACT.
J. PINKUSSOHN & C 0„ 206 Bay street, west, Savannah, Ga.
BONDY & LEDERER, Hakers, New York.
Cures when all others fail. Try it. 51.50 per bottle.
It is worth a trip to Hot Springs.
LIVINGSTON'S TWO PHARMACIES.
P 293 E Bull and Congress and 309 Bull Street.
Mr. Andrew Hanley,
Suwanee Springs, Fla.:
Drar Sir—l am proud to say that I am
eniirely cured from the use of Suwanee
water I had to be helped on and off the
train on going, and in three days 1 could
walk all over the place without a cane.
I was there thirteen days and came away
a well man. I only hope (hat everybody
suffering from rheumatism will only try
It, and I am willing to stake my life that
it will do (he rest. If any one doubts
this, let them call at B. H. Levy & Bro.’s
and ask them. 1 left weighing 180 pounds,
and in 12 days my weight was as usual,
200 pounds. Now, Mr. Hanley, my friend,
Mr. Cris. Connor wants to come down for
two weeks, and will you please give him
room 61 Reck Cottage. Reserve it for
him; he will be there Wednesday or
Thursday. RICHARD BAUCHN,
Clerk at B. H. Levy & Bro.’s.
All you can drink for 5 cents at Liv
YOU WILL SAVE
TEN PER CENT.
B j paying Four bills on or be*
fore (be 15th Inst.
B. H. LEVY Jt KIRO.
SAVANNAH FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
Builders of Marine and Stationery Boilers,
will furnish estimates on new work in
competition with Northern and Western
Repair work on Engines and Boilers.
TiiL WAY TO
The only way tc get your carpets prop
erly taken up. cleaned and tuken 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
street, and they will make you an esti
mate on the cost of the work. Prices
reasonable They also pack, mova and
vtore furniture nnd piano*.
C. H. MEDLOCK. Supt. and Mgr.
LAULL WAitEltUttE AND
to rent, located head of Broughton
street, on West Broad, now occu
pied by the Savannah Carriage and
Wagon Cos As they will give up
business In the cly on June j, j offer
It for rent from that data.
H. P SMART.
I’tittroSAl.M F4IK PlKVlklllNft COAL.
Office of Savannah Water Works,
Savannah, Ga., Aug, 4. 1200
Proiiosnls 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. mm.
Specifications can be had upon applica
tion to this office
_______ *• tJ. KINSEY, Supt.
One of our clients has placed in on
hands 425,000 to loan on good Bavann.il
real estate st reasonable rates of Interest
BECKETT A BECKETT.
*4 President str set, east.
IP* BRICK BY BRICK
TH AT IM ICON A HOI SE.
It’s saving penny by penny that builds
a comfortable bank account, and it’s deal
ing hero that gives you the chance to
start a savings fund of your own.
Fine Large Beef Tongues bso.
Fulton Market Corned Beef, pound 10c.
Fancy Pickled Pork, pound 10c.
Small Pig Hams.
Small Lean Str ;*s and Breasts.
New* Sweet Potatoes.
Northern Appl- s
2-lb. cans Table Peaches per can 10c.
Fancy Silted Peas 2 cans for 26c.
Early June Peas 3 cans for 25c.
Black Eye and Cow Peas just in.
JOHN T. EVANS & CO.’S,
Congress and Barnaul streets.
Two Tones 2*t>.
be stronger than this? We
GUAR A NTEE SAT 1S FACT IO N
on every purchase made of
us. If every article is not
precisely as represented,
your money back.
TRY IT TO-DAY!
Everything that a first
class grocery store should
have is here.
18. 1 mm t,
Corner Broughton and Whitaker.
No, 120 Hall street, east; 415 Gaston street,
fast; 201 Jones street, eaat; 208 Jones
Street, west; 222 and 221 Wald burg „t r , el,
east, 214 and 216 Wald burg street, west;
221 Perry street, west.
All of the above houses are In flrst
clasw order, perfect condition, every con
venience. Right rent to right tenant*.
ESTATE SALOMON COHEN,
West Broad and Broughton sts.
By the American Bonding and Trust Com-
I*ny of Baltimore. We ure authorized to
execute locally (Immechaiely upon appli
cation), all bonds in judicial proceedings
In either the state or United States
courts, and of administrators and
DEARINO A HTTLI* Agent*. I
Telephone 824. Provident Bulldog.
LEOBCtLD AI.LER, JNO. R. DILLGM
„ „ Cashier *
C. T. El-,1.1b. BARRON CARTvn
Vice President. Asst. Cashier'"*
The Chatham Bank
„ b “> receive the account*
of Merchants', Firms, Individuals nri-.
Liberal favo* extended.
Unsurpassed -collection facilities t r ,„-
ing prompt returns. ' up *
sepakatei agings department
interest ONdl-OI m,bu quarter!.
LY ON DEPOSITS.
Safety Deposit t'oxes and Vaults
rent. Correspondent)© solicited.
The Citizens Bank
lisuiui. UciM-rul UauUug
Solicita Account* at Individual*.
Merchants, llunhs and other Cars*,
Collection. huadloA with *, e , r
economy anil di.patch. '
Interest compounded quarterly
allowed on deposits in out- Savinas
Safety Deponlt Boxes and Store*.
BRANTLEY A. DENMARK. Presß...
MILLS H. LANE, Vice Prestdo.t.
GEORGE C. FREEMAN, Cashier.
GORDON L. GROOVER, Asst. Cash!.*,
of the State of Georgia.
Surplus and undivided profits... $4Ol 000
DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE OF
Superior facilities for transacting a
General Banking Business.
Collections made on all po:i
accessible through banks uni banker*
Accounts of Bunks, Hankers, Merchants
and others solicited. Safe Deposit Boxes
Department of Savings, Interest payablu
Sells Sterling Exchange on London rt
JOHN FLANNERY, President.
HORACE A. CRANE, Vice President.
JAMES SULLIVAN. Cnshier.
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 ELLIS.
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J. KIRBY.
Accounts of banks, merchants, corpora,
tlons and Individuals solicited.
Savings Department, Interest paid
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaults fol
Collections made on all points at rea
Drafts sold on all the chief cities of tha
JOSEPH D. WEED, President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND, Vice President.
W. F. McCAULEY, Cashier.
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided profit* 60,0011
This tank outrs its services to corpora
tions, merchants and individuals.
Ilaa authority to act as executor, *d>
mlnlstrator, guardian, ©to.
Issues drafts cn the principal cities la
Great Britain and Ireland and on tb*
Interest paid or compounded quarterly
on deposits In the Saving Department.
Safety Boxes for rent.
HENRY 81-UN, President.
GEO. W TIEDEMAN, Vice President.
JOHN M. HOGAN. Cashier.
WALTER F HOGAN. Ass’t Cashier.
No. 1610. Chartered, ISM
His fid it
CAPITAL, $600,000. SURPLUS. SlOO.Owl.
UNITED oTATBS DEPOSITOR!.
J. A. G. CARSON, President
BEIKNE GORDON, Vice President.
W. M. DAVANT, Cashier.
Account* of bsnk* and bankers, mer
chants and corporations recslved upou
the most favorable terms consistent with
safe and conservative banking.
Residence 118 Gaston
All conveniences. Can be
rented from Ist August.
CHATHAM REAL ESTATE AND IM
IT Bryan Street. East.
lo Newspaper Publishers.
For sale, a Forsaith Newspaper Folder;
will fold sheet 27x46. It is in good order-
Price SIOO. It cost originally $l,lOO, but
we have no use for It and want the room
It will be an Invaluable adjunct to any
newspaper oiDec. ■ ,
will not trouble you If you
SUOOMUSKEET. It Is u pleasant
Is a toilet powder that Instantly die*
pels the illsnureenlile odors arising
OLD STYLE COLD fIUUM
hives quirk relief for son burns nn<s
■* -O' OMO\* CO.