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WOODWARD SAVED HIMSELF.
n.U)K i*i m u apology hkkohi;
tii: err* tot m il.
Ulf.rrm.iil Ills llrgrrf*. Placed Ul
llmlgnnltuii In tlir Hands I i.nn
nliunn Hainan In Mr t’*l if It*
Util '■> Annin, anil Declar.-,! Hr
Wi>n Id (irl Drank no Dorr. ]
t bailees Are Ihr Impeachment
Mill Hr Dropped.
Atlanta Sep!. 3.-Major Jnma O. Wood
ward saved lim*r.f from official dectpi
tation to-day, !•>• colling i ml mtelhi
of Counoli. apologising In person for ld
conduct m the pnt. promising to remain
sober In lli>* futltn, nml
haiid* of a councilman hi* resignation. In
be lender..l lo Council If he b,o*ries In
Tor Mayor n *lrk and left hb bed.
but it was "a ground-hog case.” ll* was
lor nl tn do a b< did lo save htmscif
A* soon a* Council ivjt railed to r<Jrr
by Mayor pro. trtn M.i > ton. Mayra
Woodward arose. Hr was looking pab
and wua evidently weak. In alow and
measured term**, hr read the following
atatemrot from typ* written copy:
Winn liar Major Said.
"I have railed lh! meeting of your
honorable body for the purpose of nicking
a personal explanation.
“I desire to apologue to you, and
through you to the public, tor my recent
unaenning conduct, which conduct, ns
you and the public ore aware, was due
to 111 health and temporary dissipation,
now entirely overcome, which was maul,
ftried to you In one of your recent meet
"l am keenly sensible of the proprieties
of both off.< ial and private conduct, and
r.o one can so profoundly regret what has
occurred as I do. Tin* < unvoting thought
that oreuta to me Is that my error, while
It has off ndcsi you, has injured only my
self Again 1 express to you my profound
regr* a and my lUnrece aixtlogles.
"! have proposed In my call for this
rrrettng that you take such action hereon
as may teem proper to your honorable
body It Is not Improper to apprise you
of the fact that I have prc|arrd and
sgrttd an unconditional resigns In of my
office which I herewith band to Council
man tV. C. Ran son of the Second ward,
with the request that eh u.d any dissipa
tion on my part u:aln manifest Itself,
he Immedialcly trsnsmli the same to
your body I know myself and I have full
fahh that the occasion will never arkw
when this shall he dune.”
Some (decree Comment.
Councilman Maddox arcs when the
Mayor finished his statement, and said
*'l wl-h to make a statement hew. 1
di not want a paper like that from the
Mayor I think he ,-hould resign or he
Impeached \V- have had the worst ad
ministration Atlanta ever had. It has
b>*tn worse than th- regime of Moss
Tweed In New York The Mayor should
re-lsn unconditionally- or be Impeached
Council nan Harwell secured the floor
next. He said.
"1 here ar.* a number of members of the
Council who are member* of labor or
ganisations, and who wish to participate
In the labor day exercises. I move, there
for , that we adjourn to the regular meet
ing hour to morrow *•
Councilman Barrett seconded the mo
tion The motion was lost. Councilman
Parks then made th* motion lo a-ljourn
until 9 o'clock to-morrow morning the
motion was carried without a dissenting
vote Th- hour named for the I" gaming
of the lmieaehmrnt trial I* Id o'clock to
Btcsusi a majority of memherm voted
today lo meet an hour before the trial.
It Is clearly evident that they will ,on
a der the Mayor s apology favorably, and
there Is every reason to believe that the
resolution to Institute the impeachment
trial will be reconsidered and laid on the
table shutting off the imp-tiding court
OOf. CANDLKH WILL APEAK.
Me Mill Open the state Campaign in
t liattitlitMieltee I nasty,
Atlanta. Kept. J —The Mate Democratic
campaign will beopened to-morrow by Gov.
Allen I>, Candler In Chattahoochee coun
ty, where a big meeting of Ihe Democrats
will be held. The speaking will be at Cu
setta. A tremendous crowd Is expected
to be on hai-d and the tlovenor will de
liver an address which will deal with
both state and national Issues. The Gov
ernor has not b**en on the stump since
h!s famous campaign In 199 K.
There are but few counties where
speakers will be needed, but It Is she In
tention of rhe Democratic Committee to
see that the Democratic enthusiasm doe*
not lag In any county In the slate.
Chairman duftignnn. Attorney General
T-rretl, cx-Gov. Northen and others will
go to the various counties to make
speeches. Oov. Candler will take the
stump wh*n cal'ed on hy the committee
It Is believed that the Democratic ma
jority this year will he larger than In
lW* Th. Populist state tick, t will re
ceive but f*- votes. The only thing
feared Is that the Third party folks will
win out In a few counties, which have
been under their control for several
years. Vice Chairman Brown 1* dally
receiving lesters from the different coun
ties telling of the political situation, und
nearly every letter be get* tells of no op
position lo the ItemocraUc ticket.
wontm MiiHi or chimb.
Says Mblle Men Killed Welley and
Threatened Ills l.lfe.
Tnomasvllle. Ga„ Heja J.—Joe Fleming,
a negro, came to (he city this afternoon
and told this story: He says Grant Wel-
Icy. unolher negro who lived at Cool edge,
in Ibis county, got Into a difficulty yester
day afternoon with some white men about
some bonds, and one of them cal Welley
terribly In the no. k. ihai he took Welley
to a doctor who dressed the wound, and
he afterward* put Welley to bed and re
malned with him Shortly after dark, he
toys, a crowd of white men came to the
house ..nd shot Welley to death, and that
he escaped and hid under the house. He
was dktcovertrd but finally let off with
threats, that If he told on them they
would kill him oi#o Fleming gave tbs
nan i * of the a-- Hand* of Welley.
Negro Murderer Fvecutetl.
Chariot re N, C . P<-;>4. 3—Will Edward*
a negro, who killed Policeman Kerns In
Concord N" C.. about a year ago, was
hanged In Salisbury to-day. The mur
dertr * ne-k was broken by n six and one
half-foe! drop A crowd of l.flOll persons
surged about the Jail In a vatn endeavor
to wltnees the execution, which was prl
Helen flare tassel* Hurled,
M- irtosh. Ga . Sept. 2 -Helen Clare C*-
em. the bright Utile dauKhter of Mr. and
Mrs R R Cassels. was burled to-day In
Fiemingtoti Cemetery ghe died Friday
night after several days of Intense suffer
b.g from apendkiUa.
* tC ßrevity is the
Soul of WH."
Wit it -wisdom. Blood is life. Impure
blood is levmg death. Health depends
on good Hood. Disease is due to bad
Hood. The blood can be purified.
Legions say Hood's Sarsaparilla. Amer
ica’s Greatest Blood Medicine, purifies it,
A brief story but it tells the tale.
TMF.I Mill, < <*MK TO ll HUH.
Arbitrators In the Plant System Tam
Case In Session.
Atlanta. Sept. J.—Hon J. Pope Brown
of liawkltisvllle and Hon Pope Barrow
of Savannah met at the capMol this morn
ing to discuss the tax differences existing
between the Plant System and the stale.
When the railroad made the lax returns
lo the comptroller general several month*
ago, the value of the Savannah. Florida
ii.| Western track was given In at about
tS.Sm> per mile The same figures were
sent the year before and accepted by the
comptroller genera! This year, however.
Comptroller Wright thought It should he
more, arid so notified the railroad offi
cials They refused to Increase the valu
ation and the comptroller made an >*-
•wiii of lie,oo per mile which, when
cumimd up made a difference of
Thi railroad dulermtn.-d not to pay this
amount md It was necessary to submit
the matter to arbitration The stale np
isdnted Mr Brown, one of the railroad
commissioners, and the railroad appoint
el Mr. Barrow.
Mr Barrow Is Ding assisted by Mr W
[,. Clay of Savannah and Mr Brown by
Com pt toller Genetal Wright. Attorney
General Terrell would be al the confer
ence, but he ts nending court at New
mn. The arbitrator* adjourned this afp-r
--noon without accomplishing anylhlng ba
yond <-in lining their method of proced
ure. They will meet In Savannah next
Tuesday morning. After making a trip of
fierson.il Inspection over the road they
will relurn to Savannah to hear the ar
gument on both sides. Then they will
make up Ihelr veidtct.
ML* A UKKtr 111 l I* ATLANTA,
Biggest Celebration of labor liny
Kvrr Knuvin Th*re#
Atlanta, Oa Sept. S -Atlanta In-day
celebrated her greatest labor day. There
was one of the greatest parade* ever seen
in this city Several thousand men were
In tine,g This wa* one of Ihe biggest dem
onstrations of organised labor ever held
In Ihe South. Every trade was represent
t.l and a host estimated at 59.9tr> saw Ihe
parade. Thousanl of person* were hem
from other cities, and the streets from
early morning until after 12 o'clock were
packed Factories and business hou.-e*
After lh<- parade this morning there wn
a barbei ue and spi-echmaklng at Grant
Park. Following the**- was a big concert
and atheli tics. The feature* of ihe exer
cises at the park were the address of the
lay by Frank K Foster of Boston and a
speech by Oov. Allen D. Candler
The social feature wound up tie- ninth
annua! ceiebiatloti <f the day which was
set aside by the Legislature to honor the
toi.t r. Banners and sign* weie seen on all
si ba. "Birength through organisation''
was tosslbiy the meat conspicuous of
th se Another that was in evidence in
many of the division* < f th-- parade was.
-we went an eight hour day- \ artou# of
th< trade organisation- were cheered
loudly as they passed *er ain points.
<11,14 Elt 044GEIIl*ld' SHOT.
Yearn Prisoner Fired nn OtMeer ami
Made Ills Ikesgr.
Tlfton. Ga.. Sept. 3.-Mr. Den F. Oliver,
d.puty Iwi Iff for Tlfton District, w,*
shot and seriously. If nor fatally, wound
ed to-,light about 7 o'clock, by Joe Larry,
a negro whom he had under arrest.
Oliver Ino I been lo Moultrie to catch th,
prisoner, nnd on his return, timet-- I
Larry, who w- wanted In 7'tfion fo*
t>eatlng a woman. While on the train
about the twentieth mile post of the Tlf
ton and Tbotnasvllle road, the negro, who
wa* fastened with u small chain and seat
ed beside Oliver, made a grab for th
bailiff's pistol which was In hi* pocket.
Oliver saw him but too late to prevent
his lirlii.; one shot, which struck Oliver
near the center of the breast about th
point of the breast tone. The negro thn
Jetked loose from his captor. Jumpnl off
the train nd made good his escape.
A posse I* now in pursuit and Oliver's
father, with his pack of hounds, has
!.(> s-nt for. Young Oliver was brought
to Tlfton on the same train and Is suf
fering seriously. Dr. J. 11. Hall of Obe.
who accompanied him here, is of the opin
ion that he wound will not necessarily
prove fatal, although the bullet has not
Illli Ml PRNMI: nil HT IMII KKT.
More Than lon I a<n llrrad) Flirt!
(or October Trrm.
AtianU, Bifi!. 3—Over l* canes are al
ready on the docket of the Supreme Court
for the October trim. The mum day,
B< pt 11, will prol ably bring In 100 more
cases, swelling the number to over SOI. It
Is expected that the and rket th.s year will
be h- avler than rvr before Kec >rds hate
teen coming lb for the post two months,
an t still continue to come The clerk has
breti busy enuring the eases on the dock
et since the court adjourned, the first pi rt
of August Last year ltie court decided
M6J eases, (he largest number ever dis
posed of tn one y. ar. The March trrm Is
gmerally the hardest of the year and It
Is expected that the total number of
cases lor the coming year will be over
I.WItl. The Supreme Court meets the first
Monday In October.
MeSWBIMBr'I vr XTKMEXT.
Denies lie tins Made Any Trade W ith
< harlesfon llllnd Tigers.
Columbia, 8 C.. Sept X—Gov. M.-Swee
ney Issues another address denying that
he has made a deal with the Charleston
blind tigers for their support, aayfng he
feeds sure of success In the next primary,
and that he has answered on the stump
everything Col. Hoyt can ray. He says
he has received congratulations and
promises of suptiori from Frank B. Gary,
one of the defeated candidates.
SUB COMM ITT KD Ml MIDI:.
Woman Was Worried Over the Heath
of 11-r Daughter.
Columbia 8, C., Bpt. 3 —Mrs. Thomas
Bentley committed suicide this morning
by shooting herself tn the abdomen with
a shotgun It is supposed she leaned over
and pulled the trigger with a stick A year
ago Mrs. Bentley lost her daughter and
the poor woman has been sorrowful and
despondent ever since. That was the
cause of her act to-day.
IMXKMti Ml Ct HR. XO Ply.
Your druggist will refund your money If
Pa*.> Ointment (all* to cure itlngworm.
Tetter. Old Fleers and Bores, Pimple* and
Blackheads on the face, and all akin dis
ease's. We.— ad.
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 4. 1900.
I II tit l lilt OAK I' sit lv HACK*.
j I barter Osk Purse of gIo.OHO Mas
Mon by liraririu,
Hartford. Conn.. Kept- l- The Grand
Circuit meeting at Charter Oak Park
j opened li'.t# afternoon, an attendant * of
! over A.OU> occupying the stands and all
j available apace The racing waa goo-1
Gov laiunebury and staff wer# visitor*
j during the afternoon.
The Charier Oak purs* for I’.O.tDO was
| won by Oeorgena. Laird Derby, the fa
i vorlte. having to be content with third
2:30 pace, purse 32.000. Midway won
third. four;h uni fifth heats ami race;
Salih Hook, second; Bvoutie. third. Sal
la- Hook won and Evoluie first heat*
Tine “<•'. :.|h,: 2:12*, 2 14>; Mlh
2( trotting, fiurse II.3). Gratton Boy
won In three straight heats; Arlon, sec
ond; Igird Vincent, third Time, 2:lt;
2:16 trotilng. Charter Oak. purse IW.Ohh
Georgenu w.m second, third and fotirih
heats ami race; Aiar.p-bi eecond; Dord
Time, 2:0KB; 2.08*; J.W’s. J.HA*.
2.ift j-i. |ng (unfinished). Free Bond won
i the first and Harry O the second heat*.
Time. 2*ff*: 2.(f8.
Philadelphia Mon llulh.
Philadelphia. Sept. S.— The morning
game between St. leiuls and Philadelphia
was won hy the locals with comparative
ease Fraser was a pusxle to the visitor*.
It II !
fit lamls ...0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0— 2 K l
Philadelphia l 3 0 2 2 l l x—lo la 0
Batterb- Hughey and Robinson; Fra
ser and McFarland. Attendance 2,tW
In ihe *lxih mnliig of the afternoon
game tw*-lve of the local men halted and
seven hits were made, netting seven run*
Afler that St. Louis did not have a chance
to win. Score: RdlH
fit. Louis . 0 l 0 0 l l 0 0- I I
Philadelphia 01020700 x—lo 14 J
Batteries—Jones and Robinson; Orth and
McFarland. Attendance 4D
At Hartford-Hartford, 7; Bpring
l field, o.
At 8(>i ingfield—Sprlnpfltdd. 9; Hartford,
j 9, Called darkness; after seven Innings
At Torontr—Tor-nt'. 7; Montreal, i.
At Rochester—Rochester. 2; Syracuse. 3.
At Worcester—Worcester, 4; Provi
At Providence—Providence 7; Worces
At Chicago—Chicago, *; Detroit 7.
I Second Game—At Chicago. 0; Detroit, 2
At Indianapolis— Indianapolis, 3; Kansas
At Cleveland—Cleveland. 0; Mllwau
i km. 1.
Death f Judge Juba Turner.
! Spuria, Ga.. Sept. 3 —Judge John Tur
\ ner died Sunday at Sunshine. Ihe home -it
the late Bishop George F Pierce, who*,
daughter he married Judge Turner wa
, nominated at the last Democratic primary
! for the third term a* tax collector. He
1 was alone time one of the Judges of
, the inferior court. Hi* body was brought
here to-day for interment. He leaves a
! wife and ten children.
Cures Dandruff, Falling Hair,
Brittle Hair and all Scalp
Troubles, such as Itching, Kczema,
Eruptions, etc. Purely Vegetable,
harmless and reliable.
even otter nil itthrr remedies (lure faffed,
or monsy re/anded.
A DOCTOR WRITES:
So 1 St Chavis. St . horn. Mam. Ms, M. MW
I don't belteu, in reromraan.ltns ,<n,(>rie(*r, *rticl#v.
but r*s*el fur th* truth comp*), tue to *a, 'Coke
OsudruS Out*'' i, o. k.sv.,l lw*t* earth,sk 1 ever tried
i,h. j l vodLaL
For Sal# by all Dnwnidi and Barber*. Tren
ti* i* hair and Scalp Trouble* *rae on request.
A. U. lillltfiKM t t.. - ( hi, ago.
Beware of imttaticna.
The only hair preparation admitted to
th* Parts Exposition.
For sal* by Llppman Bros.. Columbia
Dru* Cos. and Knight’s Pharmacy, Savan
UCVASII TABLE D’HOTE DIRHUI.
Dinner 1 lo 3 and 6 to 8. Tuesday, Sept. 4.
Flounder. Wine Piu.-e.
Potatoes ala Duehesse.
Pickled Heels, Queen Olive*.
Chow Chow. Mixed Pickle*.
Bluffed Hell Pepper, with Shrimps.
Hoeton Poked Hcans.
Ham and Cabbage.
Prime Rib* of Beef, Dish Gravy.
Mashed Potatoes. Moiled Okra.
Rice, Stewed Tomatoes. Candled Yam*.
PASTRY AND DESSERT.
Vanilla Custard Pie, Assorted Cake*
Cabinet Pudding, Lemon Sauce.
LEVAN S CAFE AND RESTAURANT,
111 Congress street, west.
City of Savannah.
Offlee Kirs Department.
Savannah, Os Sept. I, !!>
Proposals will be received at the offlee
of the underslgne.l up to I3 o'clock rn of
Saturday. Srpt. S, 19t. for painting and
stenciling fire alarm telegraph poles
All proposals mu*t b, sealed and ad
dressed to the Committee on Fire.
The committee r* -erve the right to re
ject any or all propnailt,
JOHN E. MAGUIRE. Supt.
City of Savannah.
Office Clerk of Council,
Snvaunah, Git . Be|S 4. I9tO
Bids will l>e received at this office until
12 o'clock m. Friday, gepl. 21. I*o, for
furnishing Ihe Police IVpartment with
winter uniforms, acordlng to specifica
tion* to !*■ seen at the police barra.lt*.
The right Is reserved t > reject any or all
bids \VM P HAILEY.
Cl rk of Council.
SPKd I 41. NOTICE,
I have sold my Interest In the firm of
A. C, Regopolou A Cos. this day to Chris
Savannah, On . Sept 1, INTI.
Neither the master nor • wnslgnee.t of
the British steamship Brockfietd, W,
Jeffells. master, will be responsible for
any debts contracted by crew of said vee
1. F. MINIS * CO, Consignees.
If Electric Paste 9
pi Kills R its, Mtc, Cockroach®. aadEl
BF ' ,nr
~ ' SSsarafneetr<d Stir
CLARK—Died Bept 8, at 7:R> p m al
Ihe residence of his parents. Mr and
Mrs. Charlea C. Clark. 43) Park avenue,
west, Randolph A. Clark, In bis 29th year.
Funeral police later
S I VK.lt AI. INATTATTOHu.
HEARN—The friend* and acquaintance
of Mr. and Mr*. John Hearn and Mrs
M Hearn are reap, ctfully invited lo at
tend the funeral of ihelr Infant daughter
Ellen at 4 o'clock this afternoon (Tues
DE K.4LH LODGE NO. ft, I. O. O. F.
A regular meeting of the lodge will be
held this evening al S:3h o'clock
Memh<r of sister lodge* and visiting
l.rethren cordially Invited to att.-n-l
C. II CARSON. N. O.
W. W. GROSS, Becretaix
< uM'l in It ATI II lllli" asho
-4 1 ATIHA.
The Confederate Veteran Association
will please attend regular monthly meet
ing this (Tuesday) (venlng at v o'clock
ROBT KALLIGANT. Presldcn*
JAB W McINTIKB. Be.Vetary.
( EATHAI. OF GEORGI A RAILW AY (O
ftavannah. Ga.. September I. lion.
Interest at the rate ot 3‘. per cent., be
ing 332.90 dollars on each bond of a thoua
and dollars, has been declared |tydi*
October Ist. liM). on the First Preference
Income Bonds of Ihe Central of Georgia
Railway Comt>any. and will be pahl on
nrrsentallon of Ihe tomls on and afler
that date to the Guaranty Trust Company
of New York or to the Cllli.-ns Bank of
Savannah No interest Is payable on Ihe
fie.ond Preference In.ome Bonds or Ihe
Third Preferenre Income Bonds. By order
of the Board of Director*.
T. M CUNNINGHAM,
PIMM 1. 4M 4TIOY.
City of Savannah, Mayor’s Office. Aug
39. 1999.—The Sanitary Hoard. In accord
ance with the provision* of an ordinance,
passed Aug. 2S. 1990, and entitled “An
ordinance to provide for the cutting and
removal, or destruction of weed* and oth
er rank vegetable growth growing on pri
vate property within said limit*, 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 Ihe latard. It I* nece*a*ry for
the preservation of th, health of the city
to have ,Vit and removed from private
properly In Ihe- said city or destroy cl
thereon, weeds and other rank vegetable
growth. I do hereby Issue this, my proc
lamation requiring the cutting and remov
al of such wetds and other rank vegeta
ble growth In accordance with the provi
sions of Ihe following ordinance. Any
otw falling to comply with Ils provision*
will be placed on the Information docket
Given under my hand and the seal of
the city of Savannah this, 30th day of Au
gum. It**). HERMAN MYERS,
Allest: WM P. BAILEY.
Clerk of Council
An ordinance (o provide for Ihe culling
and removal or destruction <rf weeds and
olher rank vegetable growth growing ,t
private property within said city limit*;
to provide a penalty for non-compliance
with the provisions hereof, and to aulhor-
Ixe ihe dly authorities lo cut and remove
and destroy such weeds and other rank
vegetable growth at the expense of the
owner or owners of the property on which
B*etton 1. Be It ordained by the Mayor
and Aldermen of the city of Savannah, In
Council assembled. Thai whenever Ihe
Sanitary Board of said city shall noitfy
the Mayor thereof that. In the opinion of
sasl hoard. II Is necessary for ihe preserv
ation ot Ihe healih 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 growth to
the properly line of eald lot or thedest ruc
tion of the same by fire on such lot by the
owner or owner* of said properly, or the
agents of such owners having charge of
such property, and thereupon. If *uch
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 hy fire within
ten days after the flrl publication of
said proclamation by the Mayor then and
In that event the owner or owners of said
property, or Ihe agent thereof having the
*am,- In charge, shall, ujwn conviction In
the Police Court of the oily of Savannah,
of a failure to cut and remove such weeds
and oilier rank vegetable growth wlthu:
the time above named. l)e punished hy a
fin. not to exceed flfty (stn dollars of im
prisonment not to exceed thirty (30) days,
either or both In ihe discretion o( Ihe
St.- 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* Ihe case
may he. to cut ami remove such weed*
nnd other rank vrgeialde 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
anil removed or destroyed.
See 3 Be it further ordained, That
*1! ordinances and parts of ordinances In
conflict with this ordinance arc hereby re
We handle best grades direct from the
Importer* and warrant satisfaction lo all
who will try them.
Our 43c T-a for Icing will please you.
Best Mocha and Java Coffee 3 pounds
A M A C. W. WEST.
41 ATTHKbSR*. 'I ATTHK*K*.
Have your mattresses ami feather* ren
ovated by our medicated steam process
before a change tn weather take* place.
(The only plant In Savannah.) It over
come* ali impurities and renews life and
volume In ali bedding mntertal. Prices on
tet.ovation of feather* a* fol ows; Beds
13.50. bolster* *l. pillow* Me. Cotton, moss
and hair mattresses made to order. Fine
work, low prices. Work guarantee,!.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
Bell phone 1136. *3l Drayton street.
PALMER HARDWARE CO.,
Railroad and Mill Supplies, Rubber Relting
Builders* and General Hardware, Cutlery,
Guns, Rifles, Pistols and Ammunition.
Rope, Tinware, Stoves.
Fairbanks’ Scales. Austin’s Crack Shot Powder.
.Etna Dynamite, Fuse and Caps.
IN EXCELLENT SHAPE
Fine Laundry Work.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
If Congress Street, West. Phone 383,
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,
Bull and Congress. Branch 309 Bull Street
PHONE 2M. BOTH PHONES. PHONE 382.
TWO SOLID CARS
Of "Babcock" and "Georgia Pride,” Bug
gies and Runabout* Just received. They
are the prettiest line of goods ever brought
to Savannah. The public I* asked to call
and examine the two lines. Prices are
AND W AGON CO..
Rronxhton and West Broad Sts.,
Auburn and Cohen Special Wagons.
Suwanee Spring#, Fla., March 1. 10.
Oh! Buwanwe, Suwwnee. lovely old place.
I leave (hee with ao much regret:
My memory of thee'll never efface.
Thy pleasures I'll never forget.
Thy moss-covered tree*, thy bold, bub
With the beautiful rtver close by,
Th,- pine* a* they moan, the birds a*
Have charms for the heart nnd the eye.
Of all place* where our poor holies can
You certainly discount them all.
For surely ihou glv<*t us all that I* blest.
As many who'v* been her* recall.
80, good-bye. Suwanee. and may thy
g- ot pow ar
Continue With *l-*k and wlih lame.
And may those who come to thee bleas
the good hour.
When to thy good healing they came
T. E MURPHY. Macon, Oa.
AH you can drink for 6c at Living*!on'*.
YOG W ILL SAVB
TEN PER CENT.
By paying gone bills *a or ba
lers th* ISth last.
it. H. LEVY * MHO.
(Till not trouble yon tl you
*IIOO4IL SHEET. It Is a pleasant
is a toilet powder that Instantly dis
pels the disagreeable odor* arising
OLD STILE COLD ( REAM
gives quick relief for mi born* and
BUY ONLY THE BEST IN.EB ALE.
The best Is the Wheeler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale. made by Wheeler A Cos.,
of Belfast, Ireland, tram the calibrated
cromau opium* of tuei city, mm
•puugs are (he property of Wheeler A
Cos., hi mo no othsr Ginger Ale manufac
turer m Ireland hna those water* but
thomoeives. The Wheeler (Unger Ale Is
made Horn pure Jamaica Ginger Root and
not from Red Pepper, as others are; out
Is deleterious—the other Is a tonic.
For Heallhfulne** and Purity tha cele
brated Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ate Is the best.
Sole Southern Agents. Savannah. Ua.
BRICK. BRICK, BRICK.
Augusta brick and others. Good stock
on hand. lowest prices, prompt delivery.
See our samples ami price* before buying,
ANDREW HANLEY COMPANY.
C4M 1 4M HK-1-HK44B!) BRICK.
We manufacture and *• II all kinds of
tan > and re-piesaeJ br.ck. povl g and
b t din . brt k* Or r common h i k „r
the leu for building pu po*e , b fhg
l.irr than other kilns make, and chiap
, r ehe ssnip.e und price*
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO,
Congress and Drayton asre ts
■HE 44.% TO CLEAN CARPETS.
The only way to get your carpets prop,
or y ;*ken up. cleaned and taken enra of
for the enmn er I* to turn the Job over to
tn. District M,ss-ng r and Leln.ry Cos.,
telephone or call at 32 Montgomery
St eel, ami they will moke you an esti
mate on the cost of the work Price*
raasorable. They also pack, move and
•tore furniture and rdanoe
C. U. WEDLOCK, Supt. and Mgr.
Makes Soda Water at home.
Bold and repaired.
EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES.
31.00 that oth<'.r charge 12.50.
■ UaiNKSa NOTICE*.
The leader, and one which has
never disappointed purchaser or
II I* a superb article, and mike*
a perfect cup. per pound 35c; three
Is. considering quality, the Cheap
est coffee in the market. The flavor
I* rich, pungent, aromatic, delight
ful Its equal cannot be b.ol else
where for much more money. Price
only 15c |s-r pound.
S. I. HIM tt,
Cor. Broughton anrl Whitaker.
ARE WE BOXERS?
Ye*. We !x the best STER
LING SILVER. CUT GLASS
and JEWELRY; and our name
or, the box Is a guarantee of the
merit of the gorsl* inside. WED
DING PRESENTS continue to
be a specialty with us
Hunter & Van Keuren,
(M. Phone 9*l. 143 Bull street.
CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GOD
LINESS A MAN IS FASTIDIOUS
LLNF.n’to* HE UON T eil - N1) His
City of Savannah,
Office Fire Department,
Savannah. Ga.. Sept. 1. 1900.
Proposal* for furnishing the Fire De
partment with w inter uniforms will he re.
ceived nt the office of the undersigned
until 12 o'clock m of Saturday. Sept. 22.
1900. Specifications will be furnished upon
application al the office of the Fire De
partmeni. corner of Indian and Weel
Broad street*. nv day between the hours
of 9 a. m and 5 p. m.
Ail proposals must he eealed and ad
drersed to the Committee on Fire.
Uniform* to be delivered f o. b. In Sa
vannah on or before Oct. IS. 19<*>. The
committee reserve the right to reject any
and all proposal* or to award the contract
In part or a* a whole.
JOHN E. MAGUIRE. Supt.
L 631 HE vv 6MHMOI *l. v\n Ol
to rent, located head of Broughton
str-et. on Weal Bread, now occu
pied hy the Savannah Carriage and
Wagon Cos, A* they will give U p
business In the city on June 1. I of
fer I: for rent from that due
H. P. SMART
■HIND* EXEt I TED
By the American Bonding and Trust
r ompany Of 1 alUnore We are auihor-
Ixed to execut locally (Irnm diately upon
application), all l<on,la In judicial pro
ending* In either the state or Unlt,*l
S'ate* courts, and of administrator* and
HEARING A HULL. Agent*
T c > t • ■}!. I'rnvl lent Building
Oc# of our rllonu bat placed in our
hands 125,0n# to loan ou good Savannah
ran! exist* at raaaonebie ratea of internet
BECKETT A BECKETT.
M President street, iul
LEOPOLD ADLER, JNO K DILLON
C. T. ELLIS, BARRON CARnen
Vies President. Aul. Ca*hler
The Chatham Bank
*? to recalve tha acooum,
of Merchant*. Firm*, ln<llvt4ual*.
• n d Corporation*, “
Llberai favors extended.
Unsurpaeil collection fscllUftM
ln* prompt return*.
imHIAT COHPOVNOBO (U ARtuh.
Id O* DEPOSIT!!.
Safety Deposit Boxes end Vault, r—
rent Correipondenee eoltclted. °*
The Citizens Bmik
OF SI) A.A.AAM.
IresM.,, - Ga trsi s.uu,
•elleita Aeeeaats g ladtvtg.st.
Merakute, Btelu sad elhe* Ceta*.
Lellrcilitn. ksattsg with aaf.t,
latere.i .„0u.d, 4 ffoan.,i F
aliened on deposits la tar tavlaaß
•dfety Dede.lt mm 4
BRARTLBT A. DENMAJUC. Pr*,|<„.
■ ILLS R. LAKE, vise Preagdeac
OF.OHGE c. FRP.EMAV, Cashier.
ROKDON L. GHOOA KM. Aset. Caehls*
of the dials of Georgia
Burplue and undivided profits. MOi x
DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE OF
Superior facilities for transacting a
General Bans mg Business.
I'oilecllor* made on all point*
accessible through banks and banker.
Accounts at u.nkV, Baukeit. Met chain*
and others sailed ted. Safe Deposit Boxer
Department of Savings, Interest payable
Sells Sterling Exchange on London a
JOHN FLANNKRY, President.
HORACE A CRANE. Vice President
JAMES SULLIVAN. Cashier.
JNO. FLANNERY. WM W. GORDON
E. A. WEIL W W GORDON Jr.
H A. CRANE. JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROY MYERS JOSEPH FERST
H P SMART CHARLES EL Lilt.
EDWARD KELLY JOHN J KIRBY
Mil iM lift
Accounts of bAnka. merchanta. corpora
tions and Individuals solicited.
Savings Department, interest paid
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaults for
Collections made on all points at rea
Drafts aoid on all tha chief cities of tbs
JOSEPH D. WEED. President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice I resident.
W F. MwCAULEY, Coahkr
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided profits 6u,000
This bank offers Its services to corpora
tions. merchants and individuals.
Ha* authority to act ua executor, ad
ministrator. guardian etc.
1.-su<e drafts on the principal cities In
Great Britain and Ireland and on ths
Inter, at raid or compounded quarterly
on de|*tall* In the Savings Department.
Safety Boxes for rent.
HENRY BLUN. President.
GEO. W TIEDEMAN. Vice President
JOHN M HOGAN, Cashier
WALTER F. HOGAN. Asu'l Cashier
No 1640. Chartered, use.
HIS MINI It
CAPITAL. tM v Or. SURPLUS, 1100.04
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
J A. U. CARSON. I 're-id nt.
BEIRNE GORDON. Vice President.
W. M. DAVANT. Cashier.
AC'-otinta of I anks and bankers, mer
chan'S and e-rporailons received up n
the moat favorable term* consistent with
safe and conservative banking
THE GEORGIA STATE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Assets over SBOO,OOO.
5 PER CENT, per annum allowed oo
deposit*, withdrawable on demand. Inter
est credited quarterly.
6 PER CENT, per annum allowed oa
deposit* of even hundreds, withdraw*!.!*
at annual periods.
GEO W TIEDEMAN. President.
B II LEVY. Vice President.
E W BELL. Secretary.
C. O ANDERSON. JR.. Treasurer
OFFICE. IS YORK STREET. WEST
from Oct. 1, that fine resi
dence No. 211 Gwinnett
street, west. Large garden
and fine stable on the prem
The Chatham Real Estate and Im
14 BRYAN STREET. EAST
lo flump Piste.
For eale. a Forealtb Newspaper Folder;
will fold sheet Ext*. It Is in good order.
Price 1100 It cost originally 11.100. but
we have ou uee fur It and want tha room
It will ba an invaluable adjunct tn sT
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERI* 1 -
and work, ordat your lithographed acd
printed stationary and blank book* trom
Morning News. Savannah. Go.