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THE BODY LAY IN STATE.
3WAXV VIRWED THE ni;il.%I!VS Of
THE LATE ( APT. (KEASIIAW.
rod, With (lie Amorlcan Flnar
the < nk(‘t l.n> in tlie ( apitol.
Relative* nml Close Friends Vis
ited the Slate House for n Fast
View—Details From the Fifth l*ef
i men I Acted ns Military Fseort lo
UOrmiKe, Where the infermrnt
Wjis to To he I’liu'o.
Atlanta, Aug. 29.—Capt. Frank Cren
ehaw’s body was removed to LaGrange
to-d.r sprvinl rar, oftir hundn-Is of
people ! mJ passfl through th<* portals of
the State Capitol to pay a last tribute to
the memory of the young Georgian who
received his death wound in the battle
The crowds lingered about the bier of
the soldier with mingled sentiments of
Borrow at his death and admiration for
his bravery pictured on their faces. They
saw the bright sword he had captured
from his country’s enemy as it lay on
the American Hag draped about the cas
The Fifth Regiment acted as honorary
escort in the funeral procession as the
casket was borne to the train. There
was a nnifHed drum to sound the march
step. The flag on the State Capitol was
floating at half-mast. As the procession
moved through the streets many |>eopie
along the route stopped and uncovered
their heads ir honor of the courageous
This morning at 11:4") Col. Crenshaw,
father of (he soldier, and Mrs. Crenshaw’,
the sorrowing young widow, and her four
children and several close friends of the
family, drove to the Capitol and looked
once more, the lust time, on the body of
their loved one. While the family was
viewing the dead the guards admitted
no one to the rotunda.
The military escort was under the com
mand of Capt. H. L. Harrison of Company
D. Fifth Regiment.
The officers had been misinformed as
to the h ur of departure, and it whs im
possible to get together ail (he troops
originally intended. 'there were details
from every Atlanta company in the Fifth
Regiment, also details from the Gover
nor’s Her e Guards, and Atlanta Artil
A detail of six non-commissioned officers
cf the Fifth Region nt acted as pallbear
ers. and there was also on escort from
the Masons, of wh m < apt. Crenshaw was
Slowly the body was carried down the
caritol steps and out to the hearse, where
the soldi-'rs stood at present. Following
the casket vver the family and close
friends The procession was headed by
a squad of mourned police. Then came
the Fifth Regiment band and following
this the troops After the troops came
two carriages <• training Gen J. li. Gor
don, Gov. A. D. Candler, A. J. West,
C<-1 Alb rt C\ x. C l. W. A. Trayler and
Gen. W. A. Wright. Next came the hearse
and marching cn either side of it were
the pall bearers.
The carriages drDve to the main en
trance of the depot, where the occu
pants. alighted and entered a private car
that was to carry thm to La Grange.
Many State House cfllcials and friends
went with the family on the sad Journey.
CONTESTS OVER % SCHOOL.
State School (.oiniuiiiMioiier \nU<ml to
Decide n Dooly County ( np.
Atlanta. Aug. 29—Slate School Com
missioner Glenn has another appeal case
on his hands. This one comes from Dooly
county. The issue is purely a question of
The record in the case is a large one
pnd contains evidence submitted by at
least a dozen witnesses. The case is that
of Z. T. Ennis, et. al., vs. J. D. Pate et.
al., and ban reference to the Houston
High School at Arab!, !n Dooly county.
The plaintiff In the suit claims that the
school is a sectarian institution, support
ed largely by liaptists and that its trus
tees refuse to accept children unless a
tuition fee is paid, and that for this rea
son the school has no right to any part
of the school fund coming from the state
f r the purpose of sustaining the public
These cont< mions are denied by the de
f'ndants, and several witnesses have sus
tained their contentions. The Hoard of
Education of Dooly county had the mat
ter before it and decided that the school
is entitled to its* part of the general fund
appropriate 1 for school purposes in Dooly
This action of the board is the cause
of the appeal to the State School <’om
missicn. It wlil be several days before a
decision is rendered.
•SII\G THE HELL COMPANY.
An Atlanta I'hy*i*ian Lost PntlontN
It? Not lliivinii a ’Phone.
Atlanta, Aug. 29.—Two thousand dollars
Is the amount of damngts asked by Dr.
H. M. Clarke from the Southern Bell Tel
ephone and Telegraph Company for its
failure to provide him with a telephone
In his resilience at Edgewood.
Dr. Clarke says this act on the part of
the Bell company cost him a large sum
in fees and olientecl patients.
In his suit he alleges he decided to move
from Atlanta to Edgewood last May if he
could get the Bell company to put u tel
ephone in his residence. He approached
an agent for the company and telephone
was promised. On the strength of this
moved to Edgewood, but the telephone
ver been put in and he lost many
ts. He was compelled to move back
i lanta and now asks $2,000 damages.
Ll asks also a reasonable lawyer’s fee.
FOR DEMOCRATIC CLI IIS.
Vice Chairman llronn ! Trying- to
Have Them Formed.
Atlanta. Ga., Aug. 29.-Vice Chairman
Ed T. Brown of the State Democratic
Committee is making an effort to have
Democratic Club’s formed in every coun
ty in the state. He has been sending out
letters for several days to the chairman of
the Democratic commit fees of the differ
ent counties, asking that clubs be organ
ized at once in order to assist the Demo
cratic campaign this year.
Bevorul duys ago Chairman dußignon
received a let er from Qhairman Jones of
the National Democratic Committee, urg
ing that eueh a step be taken. The mat
ter was turned over to Mr. Brown. Mr
Brown believes ir clubs are organized in
every county it will be of great assistance
to the Democratic party.
HEW \HD* FOR MiGROEH.
Get. ( Hiiiller Offer* 'I hem In (he
*er**%eu County Minder (oar.
Atlanta, Aug. 29.—Gov. Candler this
morning offered rtwanda for J-at>o Alex
ander, Stephen Alexunder, Bob Johnson,
Matthew McKinney, Aaron Johi.r-on and
Peter Frederick, tlit* negioi s who caused
tb trotjhh in H I'-ven county *n ih night
of Aug 11, n ti |; l 11 *1 ring ton and
Mbuiti M if - kiibd and <*upt j *r.
lV*<d< hn ;•..**(> wounded. 'ln*
sum of liar hu bn uStud for in# in*f
arieti gad |dA> lor *>*.n *ut*uucni ur*
" Give Him an Inch,
He'll Take an Ell."
Let the smallest microbe gain lodgment
in your body and your ‘whole system ‘will
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 effects a permanent cure.
TEAMS FROM BUI NS HICK.
Experts Will Investigate Treasurer
Brunswick, Ga., Aug. 29 —Maj. R.
Ernest Dart to-night entered a team from
the Third Battalion, First Regiment, to
bhoot in Savannah next week. From
Brunswh Robert Ryles and Roland
Farmer will represent the battalion, while
information comes that good hots have
also been secured from the Statesboro
and Waynesboro companies. Brunswick
will be represented by a team from the
Riflemen and the Torpedo Division. Naval
Militia, in addition to the t*ittnlioi team,
an Ia number of military men will ac
company the marksmen to see their work
on the range.
The condition of L. R. Aiken, injured
yesterday, is considerably improved to
Experts, requested by City TreaoUier
Ilarvey to examine his books, arrived
to day. Their work will commence at
once. The examination is made at the
instance of the treasurer, who personally
discovered errors jn his accounts and de
sires to be set straight.
MR. HAY \T THE MEETING.
Florida Commissioner Will Meet
Representiiliven of Othc*|- States.
Tallahassee, Flo., Aug. 29. Adjt. Gen.
Houstoun has commissioned James R.
Moorehead. to be first lieutenant of the
Hon. H. E. Day, chairman of the Rail
road Commission, accompanied by his
wife and son. Gaston, left on Monday for
Lookout Mountain. Mr. Day goes to
meet with the commissioners from the
Southern states. The meeting was called
with a view to securing a cotton rate to
the Southern mills, there already being
rr.tr to the Northern cotton mills.
Mr. Day has suggested that the oom
missicners make a classification for the
Southern states, anl the suggestion hos
been received with favor and will be con
sidered ai the meeting.
A inon er rattlesnake was killed last
week twelve mil s rast of Tallahassee,
scoring 40 rattles an ! a button. Another
rattler was also killed In the same sec
tion with twenty rattles.
A IIAIIY FOR ADOPTION.
\ Ten-Pound Boy Is Offered by n
Mother in Angnstn.
Augusta, Aug. 29.—A pathetic publica
tion in to-day’s papers is the request from
a young mother for somebody to adopt
her 3-wecks-old baby. She says she is
not able to furnish it with the necessities
of life and rear it as it should be reared,
and she wants to give it to some reputa
ble person who is able to support and
The mother is Mrs. L. S. Rivers of
Hamton county. South Carolina. Her
husband died six months ago and left her
destitute and alone. The baby Is a ten
pound boy. in good health. A number of
ladies called to see him to-day, and one
carried him home to-night to let her hus
band see him in the hope that he will
agree to adopt him.
MAM WANT THE JOB.
\nnoaneement* by Thoae Who As
pire to Succeed Judge Wooten.
Louisville, Ga., Aug. 29.— I There is a full
supply of candidates in the field to fill
the vacancy in the office of ordinary,
caused by the death of Judge A. H
Wooten, an account of which was seen in
these columns Tuesday. It is rumored
that there will be still more.
Those that have announced are T. F.
Caulk, who ran in t'he May primary, and
was defeated by Judge Wooten, J. J.
Whigham, M. H. Hopkins. B. S. Cars
well. R. P. Dole and Capt. \V T . W.
Rhodes. The contest promises to be very
warm, as all the candidates are very pop
ular, and can command a good vote.
FIGHT IHH END FATALLY.
Horne Likely to Die a* the Result nt
Liberty City. Ga., Aug. 29.-At Jones
Creek, about five miles from here on Sun
day morninp. a young man by the name
of Carl Fletcher and another young man
named Rowland Horne became Involved in
a dlfflculiy. Horne was somewhat bruis
ed up by Fletcher. In the evening Mr.
Heniy Horne, the father of Rowland
Horne, was on his way to Liberty City
and met young Fletcher. The difficulty
was renewed, and young Fletcher, it Is
said, took a stick and beat Mr. Horne into
insensibility. At las] accounts U was
thought that he would die.
FIRST BALE AT ROME.
J. N. King Will Probably Recover
From Ills Injuries.
Rome, Ga., Aug. 29.—The first hale of
new cotton *viil be received in Rome to
morrow. it was brought to the gin to
day by J. H. Camp, one of Floyd coun
ty's beet known farmers.
J. Naphew King, vice president of the
llowel Colton Company, who was severe
ly Injured lri a runaway accident last
night, is resting quietly. It was feared
that his injuries would prove fatal, but
there Is now hope of his recovery.
Haleyomlnle .Yens Notes.
Halcyondale, Ga., Aug. 29.—Master
Ralph Jones, a bright and promising
young son of Mr. J. YV. Jones of this
place, died yesterday afternoon from an
uttack of brain fever.
The continued drought that has pre
vailed In this section for the past three
weeks has been broken by recent and re
freshing rains, though It came too late
lo benefit to much extent the cotton crop
which has sustained serious Injury. The
yield has been cut off about one-third, if
New Steam Dredge I.niinehed.
Beaufort. ft. C.. Aug. 29.—The new
steam dredge Delaware of the Centra I
Phosphate Company was launched al
their works near here yesterday. Miss
Bessie Crofut of Beaufort christened the
m tchlm by breaking the customary boitlo
of wine over her bows. Tile Central Phos
phate Company ia now owned and ope
rated hy n French company and tin- na
tional ensign of France will float over
the new dredge.
Delegation W ill Attend.
1 erlln, Aug -j Emperor William will
r Ida deiulilH m under Gel ion U'IMP h
and • ount volt Aloilk* lo ib,- Juldlti of
Abdul llamld 'Mils morning ho Inspect.,j
lilt Its or at lon which he ordered In IMS
Lot lh tomb of Baladlti at Damascus
THE MORNING NEWS: THURSDAY. AUGUST 30. 1900.
BETTING WAS LIVELY.
Several Close Finishes in the Hare's
nt Slieepsliend Huy.
New York. Aug 29—The attendance at
the Sheeps head Bay track continues to
run somewhat below the standard. The
racing today was eventful in producing
lively betting and several close finishes,
principally in the first and second races.
Four favorites got past the judge first
in the Dash Stakes for two-year-olds, the
favorite, BeJlario, won handily. The Au
tumn Cup of two miles was won by the
favorite, Kiniey Mack, in very easy style,
at the same time creating . new dll
for the course, 3:27 4-5. the previous re
cord being 3:29. Summary:
First Race*—Six furlongs. Lady Eneas,
15 to 1, won; Unmasked, 20 to 1 and 8 to
1, second; Smoke, 8 to 1, third. Time 1:13
StJond Race—One mile. King Bramble,
4 to 5, won; Duoro, 5 to 1 and 4 to 5, sec
ond; Herbert, oto 1, third. Time 1:40 1-5.
Third Race—Dash Slakes, five furlongs.
Bellario, 2 to 1 and 3 to 5, won; Conroy,
13 to 5. second; Elizabeth M., 8 to 1, third.
Time 1:00 2-5.
Fourth Race—Two miles. Autumn Cup.
Kiniey Mack, 8 to 5, won; Lady Massey,
4 to 1 and 4 to 5, second; The Kentuckian,
4 (o 1 .third. Time, 3:27 4-5.
Fifth Race—Five furlongs. Annie
Thompson, 8 to 1, won; La Villiere, 10 to
1 and 4 to 1, second; Trigger, third. Time,
Sixth Race—Mile and one-sixteenth, on
turf. Dolando. 2 tf> 1, won; Villa V, 6 to 1
and 2 u> L second; Greenock, 3 to 1. third.
Time, 1:48 4-5.
Trotter* and Purer*.
Providence, It. 1., Aug. 29.—The largest
crowd of the week witnessed some cv
eellent racing to-day at the grand circuit
meeting. Two favorites came home u
winner. The 2:14 pace proved trouble
some to the judges. The Admiral won
in straight hems, but the judges were not
satisfied with the driving of McHenry,
who was up behind the favorite. John T..
and in company with Kenny and Cahill,
a SIOO fine was imposed for laying up
2:10 Trot; purse $1,500. Charley Heir
won the second, third and fifth heats, and
race; Lord Derby, second; Green Brino,
third. Ird Derby won the first heat.
Time. 2:08*4. 2:10, 2:lf 4 . 2:11, 2:113;.
2:06 Pace; purse $1,500. Royal R. Shel
don won in two straight heats; Indiana,
second; and Ace third. Time, 2:05, 2:06.
2:14 Pace; Newport stakes. $2,000. The
Admiral won in three straight heats’
John T.. second; Winola, third. Time,
2:12, 2:OBVi, 2:0734.
ORTH SHIT ’EM OIT.
Philadelphia Won From Brooklyn
on a Score of S to O.
Brooklyn, Aug. 29.—Orth pitched great
ball to-day shutting out the Brooklyns,
and allowing only five hits. McGinnity
was knocked out of the box in the fifth.
Philadelphia .0 2004001 I—B 14 1
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o—o 5 l
Batteries—Orth and McFarland; McGin
niiy, Howell and McGuire.
( hieflgo, Hi St. Louin, 5.
Chicago, Aug. 29-To-day’s game
abcunded in hard hitting, costly errors,
and at times, remarkably fast fielding,
the good and poor work about evenly dis
tributed. Green scored ’he winning run
in the eleventh cn his triple and a long
fly. Attendance 3,20). Score: R.H.E.
Chicago u 1 01 0 1 0002 I—6 11 5
St. Luis .0 001002002 o—s 12 4
Batteries*—Gar\ in. Taylor and Dexter;
Sudhoff and Robinson.
Boston, Its New York, .1.
Boston, Aug. 29.—New Y’ork’s errors
proved costly to-day, each one allowing
a Boston man to score. Cuppy was batted
hard, but good fielding saved him. At
tendance, 1,200. Score: R. H. E.
Boston 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 2 x— 6 8 2
New’ York ..2 00001002—5 10 3
Batteries—Cuppy and Clarke; Carrick
At Detroit—Detroit, 2; Milwaukee, 3.
At Buffalo —Buffalo, 1; Kansas City. 3.
At Cleveland—Cleveland, 16; Chicago, 12.
At Indianapolis—lndianapolis, 2; Minne
Second Game—lndianapolis. 2; Minneap
At Toronto—Toronto, 5; Rochester. 10.
At Montreal—Syracuse. 6; Montreal, 2.
At Springfield—Springfield, 2; Provi
At Hartford—Hartford, 2; Worcester, 4.
REFUGEES FROM CHINA.
Missionaries nml Others Have Re.
turned Front Their Posts.
San Francisco, Aug. 29.—The Rev. and
Mrs. T. M. Holmes and three children,
and Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Bousfield and
children of the American Baptist Mission,
who came from the province of Chung
Kang; Dr. end Mrs. J. Goferth, Miss J
J. Dow. M. D.; Miss M. C. Mclntosh, w'ho
fled from Chu Wang; Miss M. Pike, from
Chang Te Fu; Miss Galloway and Miss
G. Taft, have arrived on the steamer
China from the Orient.
Dr. and Mrs. Goferth have five children
with them. Dr. Goferth bears a deer,
wound on his head, which shows the mark
of a blow that knocked him senseless dur
ing a fight with a large |*irty of Boxers.
Cut Mini to Pieces.
Richmond. Ky., Aug. 29.—At Waco Wm.
Embry literally cut Steve Ray to pieces
with a knife, inflicting fatal wounds.
Embry was placed under heavy bond to
await the action of the grand jury.
Hturted for Home.
Berlin, Aug. 29—Eight members of the
Chinese legations have started for home.
# i RATS, MICE. I
x ’ f COCKROACHES! I
K and all otherVermln 1 |
VI Stearns' Electric Paster;
m M lo general me for 20 years. ■.. J
W, lAt all Dealers, 25 cts. a Box. I *
*4 ■ STEARNS* ELCOTRIO PASTE CO.. ■
g ■ CHICAGO. ILL. ■ ii
Bl'lXiAL ftO ITCEA.
In th* District Court of Ihc United
| States for the Southern District of Geor
gia, Eastern Division .—ln the matter of
■ Abercorn Grocery Company, Bankrupt, in
ti.iviiiK Hssuimil charge of th* Abercorn
Oroccry Company as irusho, nil punie*
j inch bled to sai l company are hereby uoti.
I tud to make settlement of their accounts
j on or before 8# pi. id. 1900.
EDWIN .1 CANNON. Trustee
No. 11l Will taker street.
M’F.t I % I. Mil'll |,.
N litu r th* tn ter noi • n*ii'i>*, < ~f
the Itf itisb hat k liaflton* will It* r# |<uoH
, hie for any b ntr ■ onir i it ) by in* tow,
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nounced cured t.o realize when too late
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THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. 6A.
SEMKEN—The relatives, friends and
acquaintances of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sem
ken are respectfully invited to attend the
funeral of their youngest daughter, Ethel
Adleln, from their residence. .533 Taylor
street, east, this afternoon at 4:00 o’clock.
THE GREAT ATLANTIC AND PA
CIFIC TEA COMPANY’.
( . .
AMERICAN BEAUTY ROSES,
Beautiful Chromo Pictures,
GIVEN AWAY FREE
To all purchasers of 25c worth or over of
Tea, Coffee, Sugar. Butter, Extract, or
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
COFFEES AT IMPORTERS’ PRICES.
Rio. per pound, 15c, 20c; best 25c
Maracaibo, per pound, 25c; best 30c
Java, per pound. 30c, 35c; best 38c
Mocha, per pound, 35c; best 42c
TEAS AT CARGO PRICES.
Oolong, per pound, 50c, 75c, nest SI
English Breakfast, per pound, 50c, 75c;
Young Hyson, per pound, 50c, 75c;
Pakhoe Imperial, per pound, 50c, 75; best SI
Garden Leaf Japan, per pound, 50c, 75c;
best .*. SI
Finest Mixed per pound, 50c, 75c; best..Sl
15 pounds Best Granulated SI
16 pounds Best Soft White $1
Fancy Elgin Creamery, per pound 25c
A word to the wise is sufficient. One
pound of good tea or coffee will go as far
two pounds of cheap, trashy goods.
THE GREAT ATLANTIC AND PA
CIFIC TEA COMPANY,
106 Eroughton street, west. Phone 616.
LEVAN’S TABLE D’IIOTE DINNERS.
Dinner 1 to 3 and 6 to 9, Thursday, Aug. 30.
Okra and Tomatoes.
Baked Flounder au Court Bouillon.
Potatoes ala Duchesse.
Sliced Tomatoes, Queen Olives.
Chow Chow, Mixed Pickles.
Harricot of Mutton ala Bourgeolse.
Baked Macaroni au Gratln.
Prime Ribs of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding.
Stuffed Breast of Veal, Tomato Sauce.
Mashed Potatoes, Green Pea-, Rice.
Stewed Tomatoes, Candled Yams.
PASTRY' AND DESSERT.
Lemon Custard Pie, Assorted Cakes.
Ice Cold Grapes.
LEVAN’S CAFE AND RESTAURANT,
111 Congress street, west.
Suwanee Springs Cos., Suwanee, Fla.:
Gentlemen—Having been a resident of
this and adjoining counties for flfty-eeven
years, and a practicing physician about
thirty, have had a favoruble opportunity
of observing the effects of your spring
as a remcdlul agent. 1 can cheerfully say
tha! for certain classes of diseases I have
seen some miraculous cures, viz; Rheu
matism. kidney and bladder affections,
skin diseases, cronic dyspepsia, etc. The
wuter has a fine tonic and alterative ef
fect, as evinced by the magic increase of
appetite, lone to the system, etc.
S. T. OVERSTREET. M. D..
Live Oak, Fla.
All you can drink for 5c at Livingston’s.
LA HUB WAREHOUSE AMI OK*
lo rent, located bond of Broughton
street, on West Hr a 1 ’ occu
pied by the Savannah Carriage and
Wagon Cos As they will give up
business In the city on June 1, I of
fer it for rent from that date
11. I MMART.
Or.o of our clients has placed In our
I,amis S2SUUC to loan on good .Savannah
tool estate ot tousotiabD rales ot Interest
BECKETT a BECKETT,
•4 Traaident •tieel, esoL
Makes Soda Water at home.
Films, Photo. Supplies, Craphophones
and Developing, Robin- sow and repaired.
, n • . EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES,
son s Bath Cabinets. that oUl , rs chnrge J 2 50 .
If you have RHEUMATISM be sure and g-et a bottle of
FRANK’S RHEUMATISM CURE. It never fails. Price $1.50
bottle. When cured you remain cured.
LIVINGSTON’S TWO PHARMACIES.
Bull and Congress. Branch 309 Bull Street.
PHONES 193. BOTH PHONES. PHONE 352.
IN EXCELLENT SHAPE
Fine Laundry Work.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West, Phone 383,
City of Savannah, Mayor’s Office, Aug.
30, 1900.—The Sanitary Board, in accord
ance with the provisions of an ordinance,
passed Aug. 28, 1900, and entitled “An
ordinance to provide for the cutting and
removal, or destruction of weeds and oth
er rank vegetable growth growing on pri
vate property within said limits, to pro
vide a penalty for non-compliance with
the provisions hereof,” etc., the said San
itary Board,having notified me that in the
opinion of the board, it is necesasry for
the preservation of the health of the city
to hove c*ut and removed from private
property in the said city or destroyed
thereon, weeds and other rank vegetable
growth, I do hereby issue this, my proc
lamation requiring the cutting and remov
al of such weeds and other rank vegeta
ble growth in accordance with the provi
sions of the following ordinance. Any
one failing to comply with its provisions
will be placed on the information docket
Given under my hand and the seal of
the city of oavannah this, 30th day of Au
gust. 1900. HEIRMAN MYERS,
Attest: WM. P. BAILEY,
Clerk of Council.
An ordinance to provide for the cutting
and removal or destruction of weeds and
other rank vegetable growth growing on
private property within said city limits;
to provide a penalty for non-compliance
with the provisions hereof, and to author
ize the city authorities to cut and remove
and destroy such weeds and oiher rank
vegetable growth at the expense of the
owner or owners of the property on which
Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor
and Aldermen of the city of Savannah, in
Council assembled, That whenever the
Sanitary Board of said city shall notify
the Mayor thereof that, in the opinion of
said board, it is necessary for the preserv
ation of the health of the city to have cut
and removed from private property in the
said city, or destroyed thereon, weeds and
other rank vegetable growth, the Mayor
shall issue his proclamation requiring the
immediate, cutting and removal of such
weeds and other rank vegetable grow th to
the property line of said lotorthedestruc
tion of the same by fire on such lot by the
owner or owners of said property, or the
agents of such ow’ners having charge of
such property, and thereupon, if such
weeds and other rank vegetable growth is
not cut from such private property and re
moved to the property line of such prop
erty or destroyed thereon by fire within
ten days after the first publication of
said proclamation by the Mayor, then and
in that event the owner or owrners of said
property, or the agent thereof having the
same in charge, shall, upon conviction in
the Police Court of the city of Savannah,
of a failure to cut and remove such weeds
and other rank vegetable growth within
the time above named, be punished by a
fine not to exceed fifty (50) dollars, of im
prisonment not to exceed thirty (30) days,
either or both in the discretion of the
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained. That in
(he event of the failure of the owner or
owners, or the agent of such property
having charge of the same, as the case
may be. to cut and remove such weeds
and other rank vegetable growth or de
stroy the same within the time above
named, then and in that event the Mayor
and Aldermen of the city of Savannah,
through the director of public works,
shall, at the expense of the owner or own
ers of such property, have the same cut
and removed or destroyed. ,
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained. 9 hat
all ordinances and parts of ordinances in
conflict with this ordinance are hereby re
I'D FI VEHICLES
At Right Prices call on
COHEX-Kl LM AN CARRIAGE
AND WAGON CO.,
Broughton nnd West Broad Sts.,
THE WAY TO CLEAN CAIU’ETS.
The only way to get your carpets prop
erty taken up, cleaned and taken care of
for the summer Is to turn the Job over to
the District Mt sseng r and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2. or call at 32 Montgomery
street, and they will moke you an esti
mate oa the cost of the work. Prices
reasonable. They also pack, move and
store furniture and pianos
c. H. MEDLOCK. Supt. and Mgr.
FANCY AND IIE-PIIEMSKD BRICK.
We manufacture and sell all kinds of
fancy and re-pressed brick, paving and
building bricks. Our common brick ar •
the lest for building pu poret, b Ing
larger than other kilns make, and cheap
<r. Bee samples and prices.
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO..
Congress and Drayton aire ts
WHY not L’SB
ORIGINAL ANNISTON Limit
Each barrel contains sufficient quantity
and quality to make It MONEY-SAVING.
A HANLEY COMPANY, Sole Agents,
By the American Bonding au 1 Trust
I Otnpany of Baltimore W are auihor
ired to •.vent 1 local y (lam diateL ]][K>n
application > a I lull! * in J nil 1,1 pr„-
C 'dlig In either the M it. ~r U1.11.d
|4 at. s courts, and cf *bm tiDitat .is ami
HEARING * HIM, Agents
Telephone 134. . h Provident Building.
Theater cooled with iced air.
Matinee To-day 3 p. m ,
“TICKET-OF-LEAVE MAN. 1 ’
To-night, 8:30 o'clock,
Prices—Matinee, children 10c, adults 20c;
Night, 10c, 20c and 30c.
FIRST (iIiAM) PRIZE
awarded to the GORHAM MFG.
CO. at Paris Exposition. We
always have on hand a full line
of GORHA/VS silver. The best
made at very moderate prices.
Hunter & Van keuren,
Phone, office 700. Phone, works 499.
PAULDING or LUNG ISLAND CELE
BRATED PIPPIN APPLE CIDER.
This pure cider la served on steamers on
the American line, and at the Waldorf-As
toria and leading family grocers in New
Paulding s Pippin cider Is made from
the pure Juice ot hand picked apples from
his own mill on the premises. It Is abso
lutely pure apple juice, and all the effer
vescence is natural, and we guarantee i
to be the choicest cider in the world.
Leading physicians In New York and
Brooklyn recommend this cider to their
patients Its perfect purity Is guaranteed.
In Paulding's Pippin cider, only Long Is
land Newton’s Pippins ate used. The ap
ples are left on the trees until late in Oc
tober when they are hand picked and
placed In a dry room to ripen.
Paulding says "the appl-s are thorough
ly crushed in his own mill and the Juice
pressed out and run into sweet clean
casks” The difference between crushing
and grinding apples is very great.
You will know the difference between
crushed app es and ground apples if you
take some stems and chew them, you will
find that bitter taste which Is not with
Paulding’s crushed apples. Thls-cider has
not the extreme sweetness or the Russet
elder, and everyone will find the Pau'.d
<ng s Pippin elder Just right to take with
dinner. LIPPMAN BROS ,
Sole Agents in Savannah.
City of Savannah, Office Director of
Public Works, Savannah, Ga., Aug, 27,
1900.—Bids will be received at this office
until Friday, Aug. 31, 1900, at 12 o'clock
noon, city time, for furnishing feed as
No. 1 Timothy hay, per 100 pounds; best
quality feed bran, per 100 pounds; best
quality corn, per bushel; best quality
mixed oats; to be weighed at the city lot.
Envelopes to be marked "Bids for Feed.”
The city reserves the right to reject any
or all bids. Bids to be opened in the
presence of bidders.
GEO. M. GADSDEN, Director.
City of Savannah. Office Director of
Fublic Works, Savannah. Ga., Aug. 27,
1900.—Sealed proposals will be received at
this office until Friday, Aug. 31, 1900, at
12 o'clock noon, city time, to furnish the
city of Savannah with supplies until Sept.
30. 1900. All proposals must he made on
official forms, which can be secured at
this office on and after this date.
Envelopes to be marked “Proposals for
Supplies.'' The city reserves the right to
reject any or all bids. Bids lo be opened
in the presence of bidders.
GEO. M. GADSDEN. Director.
will not trouble you it you use
SHOO Ml- SHEET. It Is a pleasant
Is u toilet powder that Instantly dis
pels the (llsnitreenble odor* arising
OLD STYLE COLD CREAM
gives quick relief for sou burns and
THE TIME Ob' ALL TIMES.
Have renovated si once your mattreopes
feather beds, etc., by our steam medica
ted process. (The only plant In Havan.
nah) Hint overcomes all impurities,
whether contagious or otherwise. Have]
reduced renovation of fentlwr* for Au
gust at follows: Feather 1,-,le from H.W
t<> ft: 60 bolsters from fi 50 'o fi eri l mown
from TV- to 6o*. Cotton, mo-e and
hair mattresses made to *r u r will tan,
you money Work guarantee l.
NATIONAL MATTRKKR AND RENO
Btli phone 11* vi Drayton street.
LEOPOLD ADLER. JNO. R. DILLON
President. Oashi„. ’
C. T. ELLIS. BARRON CARTru
Vice President. Asst. Cashier
The Chatham Bank
Will be pleased ro receive the acr-n,,-
of Merchants. Firms, Individuals. Ban"/
and nkia *
Liberal favors extended
ing n promT, S fe,u r rns eCUOn faC " itleS ’
interest compounded* £, Aim",.
•-Y OX DEPOSITS.
Safety Deposit Boxes and Vault, e .
rent. Correspondence solicited. fr ‘ ,
'1 4Utle HV
WI*VA Ui UuUU.iAd
solicits Access,, „ lodlvldusl-
Merchants, Bank. „„ 4 otfce . c *
Collections hawdla* with sfit
tcsnosi}- anil dispatch. *
Interest compounded quarter],
allowed „o deposits In our
Safety Deposit Boxes and Star...
BRANTLEY A. DENMARK. Preside,.
MILLS 11. LANE. Vice Preside..
GEORGE C. FREEMAN. Cashier.
SOKDON L. GROOVER. Asst. Cashl**
SOUTHERN ' BAN*
of the State of Georgia
£ a e a i '...J000.0m
surplus and undivided profits ig)*
DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE ‘ob'
Superior facilities lor transacting a
General Banking Business.'
Collections made on all points
accessible through banks and bankers.
Accounts oL rrauKs, Eui.Kets, .uticuauis
and others solicited. Safe Deposit Boxes
Department of Savings, Interest payable
Sells Sterling Exchange on London £1
JOHN FLANNERY, President.
HORACE A. CRANE, Vice President.
JAMES SULLIVAN, Coshier.
JNO. FLANNERY. WM. W. GORDON.
E. A. WEIL. W. W GORDON Jr
H. A. CRANE. JOHN M. EGAN
LEE ROY’ YIYERS. JOSEPH FEP.ST
H. P SMART. CHARLES ELLIS.
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J. KIRBY.
Accounts of banks, merchants, corpora
tions and individuals solicited.
Savings Department, interest paid
Safety Boxes and Storage Vauits for
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 profits 50,uu0
This bank offers its services to corpora
tions, merchants and Individuals.
Has authority to act as executor, ad
ministrator, guardian, etc.
Issues drafts on the principal cities in
Great Britain and Ireland and on the
Interest raid or compounded quarterly
on deposits in the Savings Department.
Safety Boxes for rent.
HENRY BLUN, President.
GEO. W. TIEDEMAN, Vice President
JOHN M. HOGAN, Cashier.
WALTER F. HOGAN. Ass’t Cashier.
No. 1610. Chartered, 1866.
Hills iiiionl hi
CAPITAL. SURPLUS, SIOO,O 0.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
J. A. G. CARSON, Pre-id nt.
BEIRNE GORDON, Vice President
W. M. DAVANT, Cashier.
Accounts of hanks and bankers, m r
chants and corporations received up:n
the most favorable t iin consistent with
s:ife and conservative banking.
THE GEORGIA STATE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION .
Assets over SBOO,OOO,
5 PER CENT, per annum allowed on
deposits, withdrawable on demand. Inter
est credited quarterly.
6 PER CENT, per annum allowed on
deposits of even hundreds, withdrawable
at annual periods.
GEO. W. TIEDEMAN, President.
B. H. LEVY, Vice President.
E. W. BELL. Secretary.
C. G. ANDERSON. JR.. Treasurer.
OFFICE. 16 YORK STREET. WEST.
Residence 118 Gaston
All conveniences. Can be
rented from Ist August.
CHATHAM REAL ESTATE AND IM
14 Bryan Street, East.
10 inter WS.
For cale. a Fortaith Newspaper Folder;
will fold she,* Z,xU. It Is In food ordar.
I’rtce *1(0. It coat originally *l.lOO, bui
we have no ura for It and warn tba room
It will ba an Invaluabla adjunct to any
IF TOO tfiXl OOOI> MATERIAL,
and work, ordei your lithographed n< *
printed ataltonary and blank booka tiotm
M'Tnlng Newa, Savannah. On.