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WOODWARD’S SCALP IS SAFE.
ATLimi I'.KHIMi MUOR Witt
hk roaoivßx a.%in.
Mm* I'ravllrallr llrrn %nt to
lui|(fn'li HIM If Hr Will Mnkr nn
A|loii> anti l , riMlMr fur tbr Third
or Furlli Tlrnr to l *o
Aarmlo—t'ctwtnillfrr Will Hfport,
lnf Ihr ll *|Mr t Mn> Nat lr Head.
Atlanta. Au|. 81 -Forrlvcne** will br
Mayor Jamc* O. Woodward’* portion at
the hand* of thr City Council. If he will
appear before that body and make apol-
Offy for hi* puli conduct and promise to
keep aober hi thr future.
Thr m)|M**<-hrm*ni proceeding* which are
pending ifralnm him will be dropped and
peace will attain rrljrn In th* City Hall,
If the Mayor will pursue the courae Indi
cated That he will la a foregone con
City coundlmen held several Informal
caucuses to day, and praett ally tfrral
to atop the Impeachment prorsedlnsa on
the Idea outlined. Nevertheless, the |c
clal onitnitter which has In hand the
matter of formulating charges against
the Mayor, met to-day avid bvxan Its
This committee will probably report as
directed a* the neat meeting of the Coun
cil, If permitted to do so, bu< It #* not
at all likely that the report will ever
Mayor Woodward Is In a contrite frame
of mind. He realises that he has per
muted his appetite for strong drink to
seriously Impair hi* usefulness and influ
ence. and If given the opportunity. Hi
friends say. he will most certainly stay
sober during the remaining four month*
of hi* term. He Is still sick at his home
It Is snf* to say M yor Woodward will
not he Impeached
FKLAUS OF A LYM HHQ,
llut Sam Robinson W 111 Probably be
Lrsnl I > Ktersird.
Atlanta. Aug 31 -CNhf. Candler has
heard of expected trouble at Marietta to
morrow. when Sam Robinson, the i'-*a > l
ant of Mrs Inser, will he honge.t.
A gentleman cal|e<| on the Governor yes
terday ar.d told him he had just seen a
man from Marietta, who drove from that
city to Atlanta yesterday, ami nil along
the people were talking of lynching the
The gentleman stated that the people
who lived In the district where the crlm
was committed have been organising f r
a week, and are determined hot the negro
shall not be hanged It Is the intention,
•o It s**em, to take Robinson from the
sheriff and swing him to n lima of a trem
or tori ure bun to <!eath
The Governor’* Informant asked that
troupe is* sent to protect the man. hut
the Governor cannot order out troop* save
on a request from the Mayor of a town,
the judge of a Superior Court, or the sher
iff of a county. No requests have been
made to him for troop* so far. and It 1*
now believed that the negro will tw car
ried to Marietta only under the escort of
The gallows upon which Robinson will
be hanged la about completed. Robinson
will arrive at Marietta at 9 o'clock In
the morning. In change of Sheriff A A
Rlshop and hi* deputies. They will be
•net at the train by a local guard of fifty
picket! men and go to the county Jail
The gnllow** is situated on the grounds of
the old Georgia Military Academy, shout
one rmie from town, on the I'owder
I* of crbashaw.
FrleuUa It |mllt f * Report Tlist Me
Atlanta. Aug 31 - The friend* of Cnpt
Frank Crenshaw, who died several days
•go. are oofMldembiy stirred up over the
dispatches In the morning press, contain
ing an Interview with a captain nmii.d
Girard, in charge of the hospital Sari
Francisco. It. which i * -tatei that Capt.
Crenshaw wuk addicted to the use of
Those wtw> knew the pat loot captain .my
that he never touched in toxicatlng liquor*
of any kind. and that he used no nar
cotlca. It might have been mat after he
wa* we-uiHlol he was given itK>rphine lo
ease 'he pain which • aimed him no end
of suffering, bin to hi* Intimate friend* l
was a well known fact that h* was strict
ly sober in every respect.
J. JL>. Massey, aecivtary of the Railroad
4 'ommission, of which fol. T. C. Cren
shaw. father of the young man. ia chair
"1 have known Ctopt. Crenahaw for a
liumbot of years. He wa* always sober.
He never drank and I am sure he wm
not a morphine eater, a* he has been
termed by the captain In ch irge of th*
hospital. I think th* charges iii.ulti by
•he officer at Ran Prancieo. after the
young man ha* passed away, are entirely
unfotmakd and outrax>tift in every re-
I are nn rgason why hr should
makr such • statement ofier thr young
n>an. wh,. iav, hi* life for hi* country,
* no longer here to <trfrn<l himself."
CX)*f MIWMIOM'tt ULBX\ PI T OI'T.
W'anfa Floyd's Commlulaarr Tried
for healed of limy.
Atlanta. Aug. 31.—Commissioner of Ed
ucation O. H. Glenn has preferred
charge- again*! J. D. Gwaltney. County
School Commissioner of Floyd county,
and ha* requeued the Board of Educa
tion of Floyd county to try Mr Gwaltney
for neglect of duty.
The whole nro.-c on account of Mr.
Owaltney refuaing 10 send tn an annual
report to Commissioner Glenn when he la
required hy law to dr *o. Mr tllrnn
tate* that laat year he failed to end In
hta report, making It necea*ary for hint
to leave Floyd county out of hta annual
report, which la made every year to the
general assembly This year the name
a'ate of affair* eglat* and Mr. Glenn I*
determined to ge* hi* report or *ee that
there 1* anew cotnml**loner In Floyd
OommUaioner Glenn say* he hn* writ
ten to Owaltney eeverat lime* thl* year,
and *o far not one of hta letter* have
been anawered He *ay* he will wait no
longer, but will puah the caae against
Owaltney and will endeavor to have him
removed from office. He aaya that he
doe* not propo* to be Ignored by the
County School Commissioner. and that he
will take the action required by law.
Mitten linker* lltirucd.
Mlllcn, Ga , Aug. 31 -The Mlllen Dak
ary. owned and run hy Mr T. J Hunt
of Waynesboro, wa* burned here VVedne*.
day afternoon at ISO o'clock. The wind
cgnght the lire up and It looked like every
thing In that vicinity would burn, but
help arrived and everything dee wtaa
aaved. Mr. George W. Small, the baker,
came very near getting aartoualy hurt.
He fainted while trying to aave hi* per
eoral effect* Tlve origin of the (Ire I*
unknown There I* no insurant*.
BCXESti VI Cl HE. 3(1 IMI.
Your tlrutultl will refund your money If
Paso Ointment fall* to cure Ringworm.
Tetter, Old t’h era and Sore*. Pimple* and
Blackhead* on the face, and all akin dis
In Thy Purse.”
Nobody suffering from brein-feg, lech
of energy, or “ that tired feeling" ever
puts money in his purse. Lassitude end
listlessness come from impure, sluggish
blood Ihet simply acres through the veins.
Hoad's Serseperille makes the blood pure
end gives it life, vigor end vim.
\OT I'ttlpJl ll< Y\ 111 T THITH.
(it n. (iiirilua Anasvers G. A. R. Attack
nn Host li*rn lltstnrlea.
Atlanta. Aug. 31.—The Grand Army of
the Republic at Chicago Wednesday
adopting resolutions condemning th*
school books alleged to l>e used In tin
Southern j*< hool* as calculated to perp*tu
ate piejutll. e against the Federal govern
ment over Ihe vents of the Civil War.
Qen. John B Gordon, commander-ln
chlef of the United (’onfederatc Veterans,
aays he dot* not believe that any re
spectable Roiith.-rn teacher Is knowingly
using env book that I* Intended to per
petuate seciioti.il prejudice In the mind*
of flout hem children.
"Every movement made by the Ignited
Confederate Veterans and every recom
mendation made by our Historical Com
mit te nas ieen to find and sustain only
such hook* a* gave the truth of history,
without the slightest ting*- of passion or
prejudice against cither th* North or the
Gov. Candler commented rather forci
bly on the matter, saying the affairs w nn
all rot and gotten up for political ef
LADV KIM.KII lV MONT* IMG.
Victim the Wife of Rev. T. J. Cobb
Statesboro. Ga.. Aug Sl.— Lightning
■truck the house of Rev. T J. Cobb of
this place to-day. killing hi* wife instant
ly. Her husband and two or (hr**- chil
dren were In the house at the tiro*-, but
escaped with only slight bruise*.
Ml*. Cobh was silting In her bedroom
near her bed. when tin* bolt descetub-1
The room and an adjoining room were lit
erally torn to piece* Dr*. Quattlebaum,
Roger* and Money were cent for. hut life
wancx'lnct when they reached the house
Rev T J Cobh Is a Baptist minister
and very popular He move I here three
year* ago from North Carolina His wife
%va* a sister to the well known nav and
■tores men. McDougals. The husband Is
prostrate with grief.
DEATH OF DM. GOtCTCHH'*.
Well-Known Divine of Rome Ex
pires from Apoplexy.
Rome. G . Aug M.—Dr. George T
Geotchlus. for fourteen par* pastor of
’the First Praabyterlan Church of this
city, die I suddenly here this morning
from a stroke of apoplexy. He was mod
erator of the Southern General Assembly
when It met at Charlotte, N. C, and for
twelve yar*. was clerk of the Synod of
Georgia lie was a broih-r of Henry R
Gowchina of C< lutnrmr ami had served
as pa**r at All any. Mil'* Ig ville and
Augusta lie a< SI year* old. and
leaves a widow. otv* grown son and tw
young daughter* He was unlvcraally
I #*ovtd by ult denominations, and hi*
sudden death has cast a gloom over the
community. The funtral will occur Sun
ItRIMA AT ATI/A\TA*R FAIR.
I nited Mates Army officers Will br
Atlanta. Aug 81—Company K. Fifth
Regiment, ha* already notified the Fair
Association that a drill team from that
company would lie entered In the prixe
drill to be held here In October. It Is ex
pected that ell th* ottwr 'Atlanta com
patties and a number ffoa out e? town
wtl! en!*r alro
Gen j C. P. Br*•h*ridg©. inspector
of th< Cnl-cd States Army, ha* Wen ♦-
vltcd by the sta e authorities to visit
Atlanta at the time of the drill and to
Irapact the itoops.
TIM Judges of the contest will be three
United Bta*e army r fltee • Gov. Candler
ha* comenKd to dedier the prizes to th*
DIUCtUTKNT AT AMKBICt'I.
*. A. 1.. Rmiilnyri nA Thrf raaan
.Amerlcu*. Aug 31 -There wii consid
erable discontent nmoog many of Ihr em
ploye* of Ihr Seaboard Air IJnf Hallway
hrrr yesterday. when Ihr i*y train irm*'
through. Thr company ha several hun
.IIC.I employe* here, ihr monthly pay roll
amounting to 112.000 or 315.000. Bceld*-*
being two weak* lair Iherr waa many
ompliilijjr of error* In thr account*. An
other p-nirul cause for complaint waa thr
fad that ihr hundred* of check* paid Ihr
men. were drawn upon a Savannah hank,
and Ihr local 'rank* charged Ihr usual ex
change for cashing them Heretofore the
Georgia nnd Alalutma Hallway * checks
were cashes! at full value.
tioTii iAm\m killed.
Tan Varner* II orklng on Share*
Shot Knell Ollier.
renter llill. Kla.. Aug. SI.—A horrible
tragedy occurred here to-day. Luke Mer
ritt nnd V M Dixon had been farming
on share.*. In aoo-.e way hey became In
volved In a quarrel over the division of
the crops, Each secured u gun and each
shot and instantly killed the other.
S.iwhlnlaic'a Work at lleaiifnrl.
Beaufort, 8 C.. Aug 31.—The moat ter
rific thunderstorm that has visited this
section In Hevernl years occurred yeater
day afternoon The dry goods store of
Harry Cramer, on Bay street, was struck
by lightning, and a large plate-glass win
dow shattered. Fortunately, no one was
hurt. Th residence of Mr Heathen Ptonne
on the Point, wo* struck nnd several
weather-hoard* knocked off The house
was unocehpled A wire extrnd‘i,g be
tween she foundry and machine shop at
the Beaufort Iron Works, in Ward Six,
conducted ' he’Vice trie fluid Into the shop,
where It flashed along the steel lathes
and made things lively for a few mo
ments. It was llltla short of miraculous
the* no one was hurt In the latter In
stance. a* several men were working in
the shop at the lime The rain dsscendc 1
In torrents through the afternoon, and
late Into the night.
Aaah to toe l.lenlenant I olnnet.
Atlanta. Aug 21.—At a recent meeting
of 'he commissioned officers of the Fifth
Regiment Maj. J Van Holt Nash *
nominat'd for the office of lieutenant col
nmri of the regiment, now vacant. A reg
ular election will be order'd by the Gov
ernor at an early date, and u• there Is
m> far ro oppose lon to MaJ. Nnsh. he
will then. In all probability be i Ire ted to
to rfßii A rv>.n i\ oak dav.
Take laxative Brom Quinine Tablets.
All druggist* refund the money If It falls
to cure. E. W Grove's signature is on
each box. 36c.—ad.
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1900.
( Ok NOiri HE AIM|I‘ ARTI/RA.
I’rathfrxonr MUsAsA He Will Win
the !••% ernnrsbip.
Columbia. S C. # Aug. 81 —An active
campaign has N*e begun by both skle*.
to t> kept up till the second primary.
.*cpt. 11. Headquarter* for Col. Hoyt
were opened here Uwlay by Ids son and
| (*. c. Feathrrstone. who nude such a
j * lose race with Gov. Eilerbe# two ye*rs
Mr Fentherstone *|d this evening he
| ws* Militfiftl Col. Hoyt's chnfireg were
grsxl. that his large vote with four can
j didatre against him. baslde* Senator Till
man. wa- . pleasant surprise for hi*
frtefwl* If*, figure* thut large I*arl r.f
(he following of Gary and Patterson will
turn to Hoyt, nd ihat u •hoosutid Hoy*
men will return fr<m summer trip* lw
fore the tuxi primary. The vote of
Charleston and |n the mountains. Mr.
Feat hers ton# declares, show* that th>*
whisky men went to Mcßweeney.
Gov. Mcgweenep hue lwuel on address
exprceslng hi* gratitude for the vote
given him. urging hi* friends to br ac
tive and promising a “business" adminis
tration If elected
€ ONI* AA Y W A AT* DAMAGES.
L>alsvlllc and Aa*hvllle Refn*rl
I ae of It* W Harvea.
IVnracola. Fla.. Aug 81.—An Interest
ing suit has been begun here In the Uni
ted Htates Court, wherein the West Co* t
Naval Htores Company nek* for s2V(*n
ikimngeM from the Lsmlsvllle and Naghvllte
Tne suit grows out of the refusal of the
railroad company to allow the Hollander
Line of steamer* to receive freight nt It*
wharves, wdilch ne cssltatcd the Naval
Biore* Company sei'urtng other wharf fa
cilities. and enforced upon them the ex
pensive work of loading good* by wagon
to raid wharf, to be loaded In the steam
l Is alleged that the 1/oulsvllle and
Nashville Itm.road Company will en*cr
the plea that the Hollander Lino of
steamer* Is operating c rival transporta
tion line in its territory, through con
nection with the Mobile and Ohio Rail
road Company from Mobile.
fiAKHU I* V ITATIOJIW.
HARBOUR- The relatives und friends
of Mr*. R. Barbour and her son. Joseph
S F. Itarbour. re invited to attend tha
funeral of the latter from residence of
hi* brother. R T Barbour. N*. 418 Hall
street, e.*-f. this afternoon a 4 o’clock
PAHiT-Th* relative* and friends of
Mr and Mr*. J A Pa pot and of their
son. 8 N. Pa pot. arc respectfully imdted
to attend the funeral of the latter from
rcaldence. 322 Lincoln street, at lb o'clock
this (Saturday) morning. Interment at
Laurel Oreve C- m tcry.
•PEC IA L 30TK EI.
FIVE GOODS *T LOW PRICES.
We Arc In It on Celery.
Dunkley's Celebrated Celery, In quart
Dunkley's Celebrated Celery Salad, In
quart Jar*. IK'.
Hazard's Stuffed Olive*. Ju*t in. IDr Jsr.
Hazard’s Baby Olives. Just In. 10c )gr.
Armour A (’ ’* Boned Chicken. can.
Numvn A Co's Early June Peas, Just
In. !<V can.
Columbia River Salmon. Hat cans. 15c can.
8-lb. Cadfornla Bartlett Peats lie can.
Armour A Co.‘s White Labe'. 8ou(w. quart
con*. !*• cr.ch.
Franco-Amerl an Soup.*. V;-p*nt can*. 1(V?
Franco-American Soup*. 1-plnt can*. 17c
Franco-American Veal and Green Toa*.
Franco-Amcrlcan Calf Tongue and Toma,
to Sauce. 2Do can.
Rich's Improved Table Jelly 1(V package.
Rich's Ginger Chips 10c package.
Imported Hardlnea. boxes. ISc can.
Fruit Shrub. Grape Juice and Ginger Ale.
Fancy Northern Annie*
Fine Lemon* ard Limes.
Fine Pears 36c peck.
Fine Sweet Potnic>e
Bartlett pear* for eating, cheap.
No 1 New Mackerel, Just In.
No. 2 New Mackerel, tine hut rmall.
C A. DRAYTON GROCERY COMPANY,
O. 8. Van Horne, V. P.
HATH AL OF UCOROI A It AII.AA U CO
Bavnnnah. Ga.. September 1. 1900
Interest at the rate of 31* per cent., be
ing 332 50 dollars on each bond of a thous
and dollars, has been declar'd payuhle
October Ist. IWO. on the First Preference
Income Borda of the Central of Georgia
Rotlwuy Company, and will be pakl on
presentation of the bond* on and after
that date to the Guaranty Trust Company
of New York or to the Clttsrns Bank of
Savannah. N Interest I* payable on the
Second Preference Income Bond* or the
Third Preference Income Bond*. By order
of the Board of Director*
T M. CUNNINGHAM.
The planing mills of Savannah will close
their mills on Monday, the 3d of Septem
ber. I-alarr Day
SOVTHKitN PINE CO. OF OEOROIA.
W. W. AIM Alt A CO
HKPPABD. SNEDEKKR & CO.
DIXON MITCHELI. * CO
A H BACON A SONS
We have this day forme I copartner
ship under the Arm name of Dougan A
Sheftall at 148 Bay street, west, for the
purpose of transacting the wholesale
grain and grocery business
P M DOUGAN.
S. ft. 1. 1900.
Hi MY I It 11. Mis AMI THE PUBLIC.
On and after date I can be found at
McGovern's shoe store. No. 3a Broughton
street, west, where I am prepared to serve
you from the best selected stork of La
dles'. Gentlemen's and Children's Shoes
In the city. Thanking you for patronage
In ihe p.iat and asking for . ontlnuam r
of same. I am very truly yours.
CIIAH E WAKEFIELD
TO-lIAY A* lit At.
Prime Beef. Mutton and Lamb.
Veal. Matchless Corned Beef.
Sunday delivery If desired.
You esn always get the best at my stalls
In the city market,
noth phones 65T. JOHN FI NK
a r JOY i > -
Ricefleld Lamb. The hntal Berf In this
market. Y'oung. fat Chickens Vegetables,
Phones 107 JAB J. JOYCE.
P, B.—Remember I ion All order* any
time of day. When the market rlores I'm
open and ready for business A special line
of Fancy Groceries.
AT G AIIOAIIR'S.
Better eend your order in early for a
nice raas* of Umb or beef. 1 have some
•pedal meat*. 31. 8. GARDNIH.
Phones 575. AVayne and Whitaker.
P. B.—Sweet breads, brains, liver, tripe
and irult* and vegetable*
- ATI.4XTK PACiriO
Tt: A ro.
AMERICAN BEAT TY ROSES.
lir.iuitful Chronwi IMciur.
GIVEN AWAY FREE
To >l purchtr of worth or over ot
Tow, CofToe, Sugar, Butler, Extract, or
FRIDAY AND SATI'HDAT.
COFFEES AT IMPORTERS' PRICES.
Hlo. per pound, lie, 2ue. beat S4c
Maratottio. per pound, 'Pi e, beat ..30c
Java, per pountl, a, . 33c: be-1 3*--
Mocha, p. r iMUiid, 13* . beet ttr
TEAS AT CARGO PRICES.
Oolong, per pound. 30c. 73f. beat |1
Engllah Breakfaai. per |>ound, .. 73r;
Youn Hyaon, per pound. SOr, 7Sc;
Pokhoe Imiiertal, per pound. 30c. 73; beat tl
Garden I.eaf Jupin p-r pound. 30c, 73c;
beat ... 71
Fineat Mixed per pound. She. 75c; beat .31
PURE SUGARS .
IS pound* Brat Granulate,! tl
lt> pounda Beat Soft White tl
Fancy Elgin Creamery, per pound 33 e
A word to the wlae la auflloient. One
pound of good ten or coffee win go a* far
as two pounda of cheap, traahy goods.
• THE GREAT
ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC
TEA CO .
lot; Broughton street, weal. Phone gl*.
LBVANI TABLE D'HOTE OIAAKRA.
Dinner 1 to 3 and 0 to 9. Saturday, Sept 1,
Boottleh Barley Broth.
Redflah. Tomato Sauce.
Fotatoea a I Algerlenne.
Cold Slaw. Queen Oliver.
Chow Chow, Mixed Pl* k;ea.
Frlcaaee of Lunh ala Parlalenne.
Boston Bak'd Beans.
Fulton. Market Corned Beef anti Cabbage
Prime Rlh* of Beef. Dirh Gravy.
Ma-ii—i rotatoea, Frit.l Egg riant.
Bit wed Tomatoes, Rice Green Peaw
PASTRY AND DESSERT.
Potato Custard lhe. Assorted Cakes.
Baked Pear Dumpling, Fruit Sauce.
LEVAN'S CAFE AND RESTAURANT,
lit Congress street, west.
YOB WILL SAVE
TEN PMI CENT.
By paylwg yew bills sa as bo.
fore tbs IStb lost.
S. B. LEVY A URO.
Buwan*e Springs Cos..
Suwanee Springs. Fla.:
■.irntiemen— 1 am phased to aay that t
was much benefited by a three weeks' so
journ at your Spring* When I went to
your spring* I was nearly run down with
general debility, and was suffering with
my kidney*. I was much Improved tn
both respevfs. and although 1 have now
been away from the Sprtngs two
month*. 1 still fe I the beneficial effects
of the visit. I am persuaded that If 1
could have remained with you for n
couple of months. I would have fully re
gained my former health.
LAURA T ir.LAR.
Blackvllie. 8 C.
Alt you can drink for 3c at Livingston’s.
SAVANNAH UOI NllltY AND M At IIISiB
Builders of Marin* and Stationary Boilers,
will furnish estlmatss on now work In
comprlltkm with Northsrn and Western
Repair work on Engines and Boiler*
LARUE HAIIUHOISE AYD *F
to rent located head of Broughton
*tr<et. on West Broad, now oocu
|.'e.l by Ihe Savannah Carnage and
Wagon Cos A* they will g.v • up
business In the city on June 1. I of
fer l; for rent from that date
H. P. 831 ART,
-ini'. WAY TO CLKAY (Akl'KTl.
The only way to gel your carpets prop
erly taken up, cleaned and taken care of
for the summer t* io turn the Job over to
ttie District 3!<es- t'K r and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2, or call at 32 Montgomery
an eel, and they will moke you an e-u
--mate or. the ea of the work. Prices
rsasorai-le They aim pack, move an i
store furniture and pianos
C. H. StEDLOCK Bupt and Mgr
I'LASTEHKHS' .Mill MASOYS' SIP.
Cement. Lime. Plaster. Hair and River
Hand. Prompt delivery. Ite ■ onanle price.
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO..
Corner Drayton and Congress.
THE FAMOI * *AY Fit IXI'IICO
!‘i*rr up to the aianitaril at th<-
renular .ka ?*eal*. Our price unl>
26e. Regular kasrSen meal tickets
JOE I HIM,, l*roprletar,
114 Dray too afreet.
One of our etlaats has placed In our
hands 125.00! to loan on good Savannah
real sstale at rsaaonnbla rates of Interest
BECKETT A BECKETT.
At President • treat, east.
PALMER HARDWARE CO.,
Railroad ami Mill Supplies, Rubber Belting
Builders’ and General Hardware, Cutlery,
Guns, Rules, Pistols and Ammunition. ,
Rope, Tinware, Stoves.
Fairbanks’ Scales. Austin’s Crack Shot Powder.
/Etna Dynamite, Fuse and Caps.
When Is Your Wife Coming Home?
Only telephone us at phones 554 or drop us a line
and we will stock your store-room with everythin);
needed, so that she will have no trouble when 9he
arrives, or we will send a salesman to the house on
arrival. MUNSTER’S On tv and Dravtoo.
Films, Photo. Supplies,
and Developing, Robin
son’s Bath Cabinets.
If you have RHEUMATISM be sure and get a bottle of
FRANK'S RHEUMATISM CURE. It never fails. Price #1.50
bottle. When cured you remain cured.
LIVINGSTON’S TWO PHARMACIES,
Hull and Congress. Branch 309 801 l StrccL
PHONE 03. BOTH PHONES. PHONE 3K.
IfCUAI. SO I IC E*
Pitot I. AM ATIOS.
City of Savannah. Mayor's Office. Aug
3n, 1900—The Sanltury Board, In accord
ance with the provision* of an ordinance,
poesed Aug. 2*. 1901. and entitled 'An
ordinance to provide for the cutting and
removal, or destruction of weejt and oth
er rank vegetable growth growing on pri
vate property within raid limit*, to pro*
vide a penalty for non*cotnpllinct with
the provision* hereof." etc., the sai<i San
itary Hoard.having notltl*-i m<* that in tho
oplislon of th* board. It i* for
th* preservation of the health of th** city
to hove a \jt nn<l removed from private
prop rty In the ti.iid city or destroyed
then on. wenjsi and other rank vegetable
growth. I do hereby Usue thl*. my lr-*'
..I mat ion requiring the cutting *nd remov
al of auch weede and other r;nk vegeta
ble growth In *v>orrtartc* with the provl
jdon* of the following ordlnanr** Any
one falling to comply with IP provision*
will lie placed on th* Information tlockct
(liven under my hand and the t*eal of
the city of Savannah thla. 30th day of A
gu*t. 19uu. HHUMAN MYERS.
(Seal | Mayor.
Attest: WM. P. BAILEY.
Clerk of Council.
An ordinance to provide for the cutting
and removal or destruction of weed* nnd
other rank vegetable growth growing on
private uro|rrt> within aaUI city limit.* 1 ;
to provide a penalty for non-compliance
with the provision* hereof, nnd to author
lac the city authorities to cut and remove
and destroy Mich weed* and other runk
vegetable growth at the expense of the
owner or owner* of the property on which
It grow*. 9
Section I. Be It ordained by the Mayor
and Aldermen of the dty of Savannah, in
Council assembled. That whenever th rt
Sanitary Board of *ald city tlMtl notify
the Mayor thereof that. In the opinion of
.iid hoard, it I* neceß*ary for the preserv
ation of fh*' health of th city to have cut
and removed from private property *o the
Mid diy. or destroyed thereon, weeds nd
other rank vegetable growth, the Mayor
-hall issue his proclamation requiring the
immediate cutting and removal of su h
weeds and other rank vegetable growth to
the property line of said lot or the destruc
tion of the same by lire on such lot by the
owner or owner* of said property, or the
agent* of such owner* having charge of
such properly, and thereupon, if such
weed* end other rank vegetable growth l*
not cut from such private property and **•
moved to the property l}n*‘ of such prop
erty or destroyed thereon by rtr* within
ten day* afet the first publication nf
nald proclamation by the Mayor, then and
in that event the owneri>rowners of said
profM-rty. or the agent thereof having the
Fame 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
fin** not to excecsl fitly (801 dollars, of im
prisonment not to exceed thirty (10) day*,
either or both in the discretion of the
Her. 2. Be it further ordained. That In
the event of the failure of the owner or
owners, or the agent of such property
having charge of the same. a* the case
may be, to cu* and remove such wc*d*
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 work*,
shall, at the expense of the owner or own
ers of siich property, have the same cut
and removed or destroyed.
See. 3. lie It further ordained* That
all ordinances and parts of ordinance* In
conflict with this ordinance are hereby re
PA t LUI.YU UP LU.VU ISLAM) t'ELK
UHATEO PtrriN APPLE t limit.
This iur elder Is -erv,d on at amen on
the American line, nnd at the Ws!dor(-As
to.la and leading lamily grocers tn New
Paulding* Pippin c.de Is made from
ihe puie juice H hand puked apples from
hi* own mill on the premises. It Is abso
lutely pure applo juice, end all the efTer-
V-scene • na'ural. and w* guarantee M
to h the > h iceat cider In ih>- world.
leading |h>sclans u. New York and
Brooklyn recommend thl* cid-r to thtlr
pa lente fte p rf ct pc.rl y Is guarantead
In Paulding * U'l plr. - ider, only L'exg Is
land Newton's Pippins are cued The ap
ple* are left on the rer* until late tn Oc
tober when they ar" hand picked and
placed In a dry ro tn to ripen.
Paulding says "the appt- e ere thorough
ly crushed In h s own mill and juice
pr-se.d out and run Into sweet clean
cae-e" The dlflerence between crushing
and gr ndlng apples I* v< ry great
You will anow the differ nee hetwaen
er slnd t p r# and ground apples If you
take some aiemt an I chew them, you will
find ehat bitter taste which I* not wt:h
Paulding'* crushed apples. This cider has
not ihe extreme w-e nr* of tha Russet
claer. and everyone will find the Pauid
<ng * Pippin elder Just right to take with
dinner HITMAN BRO,
Sola Agents In savannah.
BOORS. HASH, BLISDS.
And everything In the building material
line. W* are hcidquarter* for these
goods, with the largest ard most com
plete stock In Ihe South. Buy While Pin*
Door*. Hash and Blind* for your new
ANDREW HANLEY COMPANY.
M ike. Soda Waiar at home.
Sold and rpaired.
EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES.
31. 00 ihat other* charge 33.50.
A m *4t:\TS.
g % \ (NMII Till; %Tl.lt.
Theater cooled with Iced air.
Matinee To-day 3 p. m.,
* A OOLI MINE *
To-night. 1.30 o’clock.
•THE DIAMOND MYSTERY.**
Price* Mjttne.. children 10c, adults 20c.
Night. Me, 20r and
All selected stock. The
right things for break
fast, luncheon, dinner
New Y'ork Bartlett Bears 19c quart
Cooking Pears Sc peck
Orange Pippin Apple* 40c peck
Fancy Delaware Grape*. 5-'.b, bosket*, ST.c
Fancy Concor.l Grape*. 3-lb, basket*. ..20c
F.incy Scuppernong Grapes. 4-lb. ba*kei*.
LEMONS ARE DOWN—
Extra Fancy, dosen ,30c
Cocoanuta (new) Sc and 10c
18. t BRANCH CO.,
Broughton mi.l Whisker Simla
Both Phones. 76.
MOKKY’ MYIAIi SI'KUIALTIKN
KOH Flllll AY (Ml BATI HDAY.
Wild Cherry Phoephotc, per bottle 15c
Nox Tox. 3 alxe* .' Be. 10c and 15c
Quarts Lime Juice, per botlte 2Se
Chill Sauce Vx-plnt* 10c, pints 30c
Horse Radish 31u*tard. per bottle 10c
3-Ib. can* Table Beaches, per oao 10c
3-lb. ran* Jelly, per can 10c
2- can* Sliced Pineapple, per can.... 15c
3- cans While Cherries, per can 10c
b. package Corn Starch 5c
l-!b. package Bi-Carh. B.la 6c
Sweet Blckled Bork, per pound 10,’
Fulton Market Corned Beef, pr lb 10c
l-lb. pkg Gold Duwt. per package 20.
Celluloid Starch, per pu ekage 6c
Armour'* Tor Soap, per package 6c
Small lean Ham* and Strips.
Fine Large Beef Tongue*.
JOHN T. EVANS * CO B.
Congress and D"mard streets.
ivtll ant trouble you If yon a**
•UOOHIIKEBT. II la a pleaaaal
la m toilet poetdrr that tnalantly dl*-
pela the ttlanureenble odors arlalag
01.0 STYLE COLO ( HE AM
gives quick relief for sun haras noil
THE TIME OF ALL TIMES.
Have renovated at once your routiresaes,
feather bed*, etc. by our slt-am medic*.
ie! procraa. (The only plant In Savan
nah) that overcome* all impurities,
whether oontag.ou* or otherwise. Have
teduced renovation of faultier* tor Au
gust a* follow* Feather bed* from lA.it)
to 3X50. bolster* from 31.50 (o lI.CO. Pillow*
from Ik to fch, Cotton, mo** amt
hair matireaae* made to order Will *ava
you money Work guarortcad.
NATIONAL SSAT'I HESS AND RENO
Ball phone 1135. 331 Drayton street
IWMI* EXECI TED
By the American Ponding and Trust
t ompany Of Baltimore. We are au'hor-
Iged to eeec.it.- locally (luim (Lately upon
api>letlonl. a I lionds lti tidht.il prt>-
c • dtt g* In e ther the state or Untied
ft ate* courts, and cf nclmnDimtcr# and
HEARING A Hl’EI, Arena
Telarhoo* 331. Provldant Gulldlngr
LEOPOLD ADLER. JNO R. DILLON.
President. Caster '
C. T. EI.LIS. BARRON CARTER
Vice Preidit. Asat. Ca>ht r
The Chatham Bank
Will b* pleated lo receive (he account,
of Merchant*. Finn*, individuals. Lar.*
Liberal favors extended.
Uneurpaeoed colle, non factllilee t r _, r
Ing prompt returns.
IVI'LME&T KIWUIAUKII iji AKTKH.
I.Y i\ DEPOIITi.
Safety Deposit Boxes and Vault, to
rent Correeponrtence solicited.
The Citizens Sank
l, *“ - veaeni Uwwkiu
Solicits Aceoonts mg MltMaak
Mer.h.wc, UmmtL, mme otAse
Cellfciloas kesdleg eeltk
laterest eowspounded Mrtsrtp
allowed „ deposits !■ osr to., an
■tafety Ikfull Boxes sag itorap-
BH4NTI.RY A. DENMARK. Preat m .
■ II.LS B. LANE. vie. P,nM.. l
BEttlHiß C. FREEMAN. Ca.hler
MOMPON L. OnOQYEH. Aset. C..,^
of tne Stole of Georgia.
Surplus and undivided profits ... DM
DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE of
Superior facililiee lor transacting o
General Banking Bualneea
Coilecitcne made on all points
<• > *l< through bank, and Uonksra.
Til count* ot Ltaiikt, fUuiot., Merchant,
and olncrs eoltcflod. Safe Deposit Boxes
Depertmcnt of Savings, Interest payabls
Sea, Sterling Exchange on London t]
JOHN FLANNERY Pre*ldent.
HORACE A CRANE. Vice President
JAMES SULLIVAN t'o.hler.
! JNO FLANNERY. WM. W OORDON.
E A. WEIL W W GORDON Jf,
H. A CRANE. JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROY MYERS JOSEPH FER6T
! H. P SMART CHARLES ELLIS.
EDWARD KELLT JOHN J KIRBY
Siii ill Mi
Accounts of banks, merchant*, corpora
tions and Individuals solicited!
Savings Department, Interne paid
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaulte tor
Collections made on all points at rre
-1 sociable rates.
Drafts sold on all the chief cities of tbs
JOSEPH D. WEED. President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice President.
w. f. McCauley, cashier,
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivid'd profits 60,000
This bank ofter* Its services to corpora
tions. mere hairs and Individual*.
Ha- su horlty to act ns executor, ad
ministrator, guardian etc
1 issues diafia on the prim Ira' elites In
Great Britain and Ireland and on tha
Inter-a laid or compound'd quarterly
on deposits In the Havings Department.
Safety Boxe* for rent.
HENRY MIjUN, Pr>alilent.
OEO. W TIEDEMAN. Vice President
JOHN M HOGAN, Cashier
WALTER F. HOGAN. Ass t Cashier
■ 1 - 1 —i
No 1640. Chartered, IMA
IHtt NlllOll Ml
CAPITAL. Ii 0.0. SURPLUS. HO- 1 .94.
UNITED STATES DEIk*BITORY.
J. A. U. CAltifnN, I re Id nl.
BEIRNE GORDON. Vl-e President.
\V M. HAVANT. Caahler.
Accounts of l nnks and bankers, mer
chants and rin orations rerelvsd up n
the most favorable terms consistent with
wife and con.-rva> Ive bunking
THE GEORGIA STATE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION .
Assets over SBOO,OOO.
h 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. wtllidrawaM*
at annual periods.
GEO. \V TIEDF.MAN. President.
H. It LEVY, vice President.
E W. REI.E, Secretary.
C. o ANDERSON. SR Treasurer
OFFICE. 15 YORK STREET. WEFI
Residence 118 Gaston
All conveniences. Can be
rented from Ist August
CHATHAM REAL ESTATE AND IM
14 ftrynn Street, East.
10 Newspaper Piste.
For sal*, a Foraalth Newspaper FoidaG
will fold ahati ;.ik It la In good omen
Price 3100. II coat originally K.lf*
w# hava no ue* for II and want tba room
It will bear Invaluable adjuaat t# *M
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, ordet your lllhographad * r - J
printed atationery and blank books tm*
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