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STATE COMMITTEE TO MEET.
Chairman duIIH.VOV III* CUUtI)
IT rilM UK IT. 11.
g*nll AMawdawrc *f ihr commllla# I*
Kiperir.l—%. Mr m her* of the
Commlflrr Appointed Front Ihr
Varlnui I onare**lnn,tl lll*lrlrl* lt>
Ihr Chairman—First IMafrlrf Br|.
rrftPHtrd h> M. M. Nlarllu If Liber
At lain a. ii . Sept S —Chairman Fl*m-
Inn dußtgnon ha* called a meeting of Ilia
State Iteroocratlc Executive Committee,
in hr held In Atlant i on Hept. 11. Nolp-ra
hav. h-en sent out lo iff mrml-'t► an.l II
I* iipfttnl I hare will bn a full attend
Mi duP.lgnon ha* al*n appointed hi*
Committee of Eleven |o Ifni with lha
Executive ComroiHPP Ilf make* hla ap
pointments from ihr different omgr-s
--slonal <li*irifts Following are m.-miw r*
of ihr Blair Exw ullvn Committee from
Ihr congressional district |>potnl*<l hy
Flrsl DlMrtel—H M. Martin. Übariy
county, llmrrvtllr lla.
Second Dial riel—E. L Wight. Dougher
ly count >. Albany. Ga
Third District—Waller E. Btrrd, Taylor
county. Butler. Ga.
Fourth District—Frank M Uidlry.
Troup county. LaGrange. Ga
Fifth District—J. J B|ubllng. Fulton
county. Allan.a. Ga.
Sixth Dlstrld—J R. VawUuren, Orla
wddvllle. June* county
Seventh Dlstrlr’ -Jam--- M Me Brio#.
Haralson county, Tallapoosa. Ga.
Eighth Dial riel- -Hamilton McWhorter.
Ninth District—Chit* I. Bara. Ilaber
•ham county. Clarksville. Ot
Tenth Dlatrlct- Boykin Wright, Rich
fnorvl county. AiiAUsm.
Eleven i h IHtrlel-R 0 Dlckcraon,
Clinch county. Hnmervtll.. G.i
Hon. Clark Howell of Fulton, a* mem
ber of the National Committee from Geor
gia aid Hon. K T. Brown a* vice chair
man of the Stair Convention, are number*
ex-oflteki of the State Committee.
The committee will arrange tor the cam
paign Sp.akerr will be lected. and lha
queatton of organising Remo relic cluba
In all part* of the alata will be taken up
Mr duHlgnon ha* teen In communication
with Chairman Jonr* of the National
Committee for some time past, ami Vice
Chairman Brown of Ihe Hta'e Committee
ha* been sending out letter* to the Choir
men of Ihe countv committee* Mr du-
Btgnoo said this morning that the F.se- u
tlve Committee wool I be In -e|on for
several day*. A number of politician* are
expected to be here when the committee
Amrrlrß* Girl and Mnenn Men S#-
rrrtl) Mnrrled In Atlanta.
A turn* Sept. &.—G. H Turpin of Ma
con, and Mi#* Stella Scarborough of
Amertrus were the principal* In a roman
tic elopment and a 4-o'clock-ln-the-morn-
Ing wedding In thla olty on Sept f.
Strict secrecy wa enjoined upon the
clerk* of the Kimball House where they
stopped, upon the preacher who perform
ed the ceremony, and It l* said upon Or
dinary Hulsey, who was aroused late at
night at his home to Issue a marriage
license to the elopers.
Both the principals. It seems, are Well
to do. particularly Mr Turpin The cauae
of the elopement was the ohjeclon of the
gti. * parents to Mr Turpin II seems that
Ml*# Scarborough left her home In Atnt-r-
Icus on the night of Sept. 2. for this city
Here she went at once to the Kimball
House The eame night Mr Turpin left
his home In Macon, for Atlanta, and ar
riving here went at once to
a neither hotel Then he began to
cast his eye# about for a means of reach
ing the girl without cx-ttlng the suepl
cloei of person* who knew them In thl*
matter He finally employed a special de
fective who had access to the Ktmhal!
House On the morning of Sept t, the>
gtrl having he-en warned, this detective
wen’ to her room In the- Klmtaill .ind to
gether they took a lerrtoge and made a
bee line for a spot where Mr. Turpin was
Together they heir an a searrh for a
preacher. They went to three different
places, then Anally drove to the house
of a lustlce of the peace, lllnese In the
house prevented this Jn-'icc from uniting
the patr In msrrlsge. so the search liegan
again Finally the carriage drew up In
front of the parsonage of St l.uke's Kpls
ropal Church at Houston and Pryor
slreeis Mr. Wtlmcr ngreed to perform
the ttoremony, anil In a moment, almost.
It wns done. Then the minister wss en
joined to secrecy as to the name* of the
contracting parties ami the eloprr* went
on their way.
Immediately after Ihc c remony the
party went to the car shed, still accom
panied by the detective, and there the gtrl
took a train for Knoxville. Turpin. It
Is said, left at once for Macon Mr Tur
pin is about *> years old. The girl Is
about it. and strikingly handsome.
GO . CANDLER OS HISTORIES.
baya the Grand Arms Should Do
Atlanta. Sept 4.—Gov Candler has re
cetved several letter* from the North re
garding his utterances concerning the
Grand Army of the Republic. It will he
remembered that the Oovernor character
ised (he Grand Army of ihc Republic a#
a side show to the Republican pnrty. and
stated the attack on the text book used
In Southern schools wa* all rot and got
up for political effect. Th* Governor *ald
"A few day* ago I happened to pick up
Eggleston's history of the United St ttas.
/h,ch Is used hy my little son In turn
ing the page* 1 found ten of them devoted
to Abmhtim Lincoln I ws* somewhat sur
prised at a historian devoting so much to
one roan. I began to look to see what he
bad lo say about Gen Lee. I looked
through the whole book nnd -id (In-1 only
one line. The book should he removed
from the schools here and some other sub
"If th* Oram! Army of Ihe Republic
Intend* to mk- a kick on matter* of thl
> in.l I think It should Investigate further
before taking any action lam surprised
that the hook Is used here In Atlanta,
end think that some other should he
adopted The history Is not fair lo our
s'd* of th# question.”
Not a Candidate for Speaker,
Atlanta. Sept s.—Hon W. R Burnett,
representative-elect from Clarke eountv.
was at the Capitol thie morning. He stat
ed that th# rumors to the effect that he
would be race for the speakership
of Ihe HouiV.j Kcpresenfstlv** was not
true The report h.tr been In cir-uiatlon
for several ihtys, that It wa# Mr Burnett's
intsntion to oppose Mr Little for the
Wedding nt Metcalf.
Thomasvllle. Go . Sept S—William Cone
of Jefferson county Florid*, and Miss Su
san Berry of Me.calf. (Is., were married
Sunday si the home of the bride’s father.
Prcf Bury, Rev Mose Ward officiating
TO Cl RE A COLD 11 ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Itromo Quinine Tablets.
Al! druagiets refund the money If It falls
to cure E W Grove’s slgnaturs Is on
each box. 24c.—ad.
“He That Any Good
Would Win "
Should have pood health. “Pure, rich
blood is ihe first requisite. Hood's Sarsa
panlhi, by giving good blood and good
health. has helped marry a man to success,
besides gnnng strength end courage to
•a omen <who, before tsking it. could not
even see any good in life to gp in.
3 (ced'S Sa hkifxi ufla
IIIMIIH’ Tl NVKR t HEMO< H AT.
Noted Aegro Prearher Will Stomp
Georgia and lllhcr Mate*.
Atlanta. Sept S—Bishop H M Turner
ha* notified <lov Candler that he will
slump Ihe state for the Itemocrallc ticket.
Itoeh stale and national. He ha* also no
tified the National Democratic Committee
of hi* Intention*, and hi* services hav*
been accepted. It ta expected that he
will return to Georgia In the negt few
dev* and begin work.
He u one of the most prominent ne
groes In the South and wield* a big In
fluence with the negroes of Georgia and
other tnt*s where he Is known. ft t*
not hi* Intention to speak only In Geor
gia. He will make several addresses to
the negroes In state* controlled hy fhe
Republican*. There I* no doubt that he
will prove of considerable value to the
Democrats In the coming campaign os
It I* admitted hy party leader* that ev
ery voie In the doubtful slate* will count
In some portion* of the country north of
the Mason and Dixon's lln*. there are
many negroes and with such speaker* as
Rishop Turner and others. It I* believed
that many of them will voda the Demo
Ff'LTtl.N COI Ik TV’S TAX HATE.
It Will lie Inmrshil Higher This
tear Than last.
Atlanta. S.pt S—Fulton county's tax
rate will be higher this year than last.
While the rate was not fixed hy the
board of county commissioner* at their
meeting to-day. It wea unanimously
agreed, practically, that an Increase would
be necessary as the digest this year
show* only 4.V164X412. against |t0.77,1J0
last year, a d< crease of about tlfln.ntst
This decrease was a matter of amuse
ment to the commissioners, who had
been under the tmpresalon that there
would be a distinct Increase, enough. In
fact, to allow them to decrease that tax
rate and at the same time undertake
many great public Improvement*. In
vi, w of this surprise In the digest the
■oaater was postponed until next Tues
day when the . ommlssloners will msst
and go Into It fullty.
Commissioner Adair said that last
year there were some flagrant violations
of conscience In the matter of tax re
turn* to the city and county. He had
little objection, he said, to a man turn
ing In only 73 or 66t pe r cent of hi* prop
erty. but when h* turned In as one did
last year. Ito.UM to th* city .and |l2.ton to
the county he thought something should
lie* done He stated that last ysar a man
had been employed to compare the city
and county hook* and In that way had
restored about lionooro to the county
hooks. There wo* no reason he ald why
this should not be done this year H* be
lieved It would nave a lot of money to
DEATH OF Jl IM.i: At. H. HELL.
Was Baldwin County's Ordinary and
a Well-Known nitres.
Mlltwlgevllle. G*. Sept 4—Capt. M It.
Bell, ordinary of Bnldwin county, died at
his home In this clfy to-day. at llitt
o'clock, after an Illness of aboul ten days
Capt Bell was about 70 years of age. com
ing Ip this city In I*W from Atlanta He
come here under an appointment from
President Grant. to take charge of the
Freedman's Bureau He Is native of
Forsyth county Ass Confederate sol
dier he did faithful service for four
years. Shortly after his location In thl*
city. Capt. Beil was made steward of the
slam lunatic asylum, which position he
held for a number of years. He has been
ordinary of this county for the part
twelve years, ami was the Democratic
nominee for re-election In October
Judge Hell belongs to n well known
Georgia family, his brother. Hon. H. P.
Bell arrived In the city yesterday, and
was at his .bedside when he passed away.
Judge Bell leaves a wife and three son*.
Mr B. B. Bell of Orangeburg. 8 C.,
ami Meei-rs J. F. and M 8 Bell of this
MIJ. HERBERT 11.1,.
lias a Severe I old Which Threaten*
tn I let clop Pneumonia.
Waycros#, Oa., Sept. MnJ. Sidney
Herbert of Lake Maitland, Fla., arrived
In Wayeross Tuesday night from Chica
go. where he hud been attending ihe O
A. H. reunion. While In that city MaJ.
Herbert eotractedn a severe cold, which
It Is fesred will developd Into pneumonia.
Saturday night ho nnd his wife left Chi
cago. arriving In Louisville. Ky.. on Sun
day night. From there Mrs. Herbert
went to Atlanta to visit friends nnd Mr
Herbert continued on to his Florida home
Arriving at Wayeross the old gentleman
wss delirious, and did not know his
whereabouts. When he came n himself
he wns sluing tn the waiting room at
the Plant Svstem depot. A Phoenix Ho
tel porter took the sick man over to that
holed, where he was given a room hy
M tllHIKI) l> THOM AAVILI.E.
Air. J. A. Pnrse and Alias llalsy AAnrit
of Aaisnnsli A\ edited.
Thomasvllle. Ga , Sept. & —James A
Purse and Miss Daisy E. Ward, both of
Savannah, were married In this oily thla
afternoon at the Methodist twrsonage
Hew F. A Branch officiating Alias Ward
was visiting heie. and Air. Purse came up
to-day and the marriage followed The
couple will rema.n In Thomasvllle.
Fntrlleld New* Antes.
FalrAeld. Fla . Sept 5.- Mr J Al Mof
fert's sawmill has been shut down for a
few days, bul ta now running again In
Joseph Horn's wife was criminally as
saulted yesterday, hut the perpetrator of
the crime has not been found The par
ties are colored and live near Blllchton
Henntnn and n llnrheeue.
Americas. Oa . Sept. I —Columbus Iy*d>''
Improved Order Heptusoph held a re-on-
Kin here to-day with the Amerlcus lodge
coming by special train with a large num
ber of friends. A sumptuous barbecue
was served at Magnolia Dell and hun
dreds enjoyed Ihe feast oi pork snd ek>-
t oses All Dismissed.
Themasvllle. Ga.. B*pt s—Henry Booth
ind others, while men. charg<d with as
sault with Intent to murder In the case
of the negro Grant Welley. had a com
mitment trial to-dgv, and all the cases
wi re dismissed on account of insufficient
THEMOKNING NEWS: THVKSDAY. SEPTEMBER 0. 1900.
A HEI MOW OF VKIF.HAAf.
Whole f hnrrh It e>lla pitted—Hwd*oa
Tnlk* of Vlearagnn.
KaK.nlon. Gt .Hept. t.—Commander Hobt
Young of the Doles-Cook Brigade has Is
sued a call from this place for the survi
vor* of the Fourth. Twelfth. Twenty-first
und Forty-fourth Georgia Regiments. C.
8. A., to meet in thirty-fifth annua) reun
ion In Macon on Sept. 26 and 27. Th* re
union will occur during the street fair to
be held In Macon.
The re-haptlsm e,f the whole member
ship of a church In title county was in
event lo excite much Inierswi among ihe
negroes, the church being a negro church.
Tti church referred lo discovered that
Ihilr method of administering the ordin
ance of Baptism had not been orihodo*.
and they forthwith proceeded lo have It
Mr John R Hudson Jr., who for a
nutnner of year* has heen In Ihe federsl
geological survey, and who more re
cently was a member of the Isthmian Ca
nal Commission. Is spending a few days
In Kalonton. hi* former home. Mr. Hud
son. having Just arrived from his recent
sojourn of a year or more In Nicaragua.
Is full of the subject of the projr ted Nic
aragua canal, and talks very entertaining
ly of ihe work of the commission. He
was one of a party of tnirty-flve which
had headquarters at Han Juan del Norle
Mr Hudson attribute* Ihe defeat of the
Nicaragua canal hill to Ihe last House to
fhe fact that no Intelligent or deceive
action i ould he taken by the government
until ihr rommlsslon had given an ac
count of ll* work, arut SCI forth the feasi
bility of each route, together wilh an esti
mate of ihr cost and political or other
compllcalioos attendant upon each
Mr. Hudson says Ihe Nicaraguan climate
1* egcee Itngly trying, the temperature
ranging fr<n K to 110. and not one of his
patty escaped a spell of tdrknes'*, though
there wns hut one death. Mr Hudron
eayr one of the natural curiosities of the
country I* a kind of cotton that grows a
natural brown, amt la used to adulterate
WILL HIM IMIEI’F.ADEVn.I'.
Though lleaten In the Primary. Hill
ary Will Han for Ordinary.
Atlanta. Sept. 4—Judge W. H. Hulsey,
ordinary of Fulton county, to-day an
nounced himself as a candidate for re
election despite the fad that he wa*
beaten In the recent Democratic primary
hy John H Wllktneon by aomethlng over
Judge Hulsey said to-day he believed
hi* defeat wa* due to Republican votes
being cast In the primary, but made no
effort to contest the matter at the time.
It I* hi* opinion that he hlmaelf receiv
ed a majority of the Dcmocratla votes
cast In Ihe primary, and he consider*
himself the rightful and legal nominee
of the partv lo succeed himself In the
office he now hold*.
Judge Huleey says two of th* mm on
Ihe Wilkinson ticket were Republicans
He was once Mayor of Atlanta and has
for many year* been regarded a* one of
the strongest men politically In Fulton
county. ll* will make a warm race.
HOW AND WILLI ABM VKBV ILL.
Well-Known Georgia Newspaper
Man Aint Expected In Live.
Atlnnta. Sept. A.—Howard Williams, one
of Ihe best known newspaper men tn the
seate. Is crltleslly 111 at his home. 207
CourtUnd street. Little hope Is entertsln
ed for his recovery, though his condition
this morning Is somewhat better than It
lias been for Ihe pane few ihtys. Mr
Williams has been In bad health for three
years, during the Inst twelve months of
which time he has heevi In a very serious
condition For the last two months he
has been confined to his home, and most
of the time to his bed. He is suffering
from complicated liver trouble
Mr. Williams le one of Atlanta's best
known eltliens. He moved here In 1874.
from Columhus, Ga.. his boyhood home
Bine* lhal time Atlanta has always been
his home! though on several occasions he
went to distant places for a season tn con
nection with his newspaper work.
Argm Mysteriously Shot.
Amerlcus. Oa.. Sept s—ln a genenl
Aght between three police officers and two
desperate negroes in the house of a ne
gro woman whrre the men were conceal
ed. W’llllam (lathings one of the negroes,
was seriously shot and may sucrumh
to the would It In helleyed the shot was
Arod by a confederate of Tattling* eoneeal
i.l |n the darkness outside nnd was In
tended for the officers, but struck Cath-
•FECIAL NOT ICHJL
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA R.AII.AA AY TO
Savannah. Oa.. September 1. 1800
Interest at the rale of lit per cent., be
ing $32 At! dollars on each bond of a thous
and dollars, has been declared payable
October Ist, 18(0. on the First Preference
Income Bonds of Ihe Central of Georgia
Railway Company, and will he paid on
presentation of 111* bonds on and after
that date to the Guaranty Trust Company
of New York or to the Clltxens Bank of
Savannah No Interest Is payable on Ihe
Second Preference Income Bonds or Ihe
Third Preference Income Bonds. By order
of the Board of Directors.
T M CUNNINGHAM,
DIVIDEND NO. 14.
The Board of Directors of the People's
Savings and Loan Cos this day declare a
dividend of three dollars per share on he
capital stock from the earnings of Ihe past
six months, payable on and after nth Inst.
E L HACKKTT. Treasurer
Savannah. Sept Ath. Iflnn
Dr. Ollveroa has returned to Ihe
SPEC IAL NOTICE.
Neither Ihe master, owner nor consig
nee of Ihe British steamship Hoxby will
tie responsible for any debls contracted by
D. L SHIELD. Master.
One at our client* hu placed la oar
I lands txuuu to loan on good Savannah
real estate al rsaaonoble rates of Inter set
BECKETT A BECKETT.
It President atrast. sast.
Mo\DK EXKC ITED
By the American Bonding and Trust
t onipany of Baltimore. We are author
ised to execute locally (Imm dlately upon
application), all bonda in Judicial pro
ceedings In althrr tho state or Unlhd
H ate* courts, and of administrators and
DF.ARINO A HULL Agents
Telephone HI, Provident Building.
Neither the master nor ctnnsignees of
the British steamship Bn -htifdd. W.
Jeffells. master, will be responsible for
any debt# contracted by crew of said ves
J F MINIS A CO. Consignees
Neither matter nor consignee* will be
responsible for any dew* contracted by
the crews of Norwegian bark* Russell,
Sonora, or Norwegian ship Germanic.
CHR O. DAHL A CX>., Consignees.
rt AKMAi. t ITATIOJ*.
ANDERSON.—The friend* and ae
quatmancea of Mr ami Mr* M J An
derson are Invited to attend the funeral
of their daughter. Ethel E Anderson,
from ihe family re*ktence at 11* McDon
ough. west, this afternoon at 1 o'clock.
BARNS—The relative* and friend* of
rapt W N. Baron and of hi* sister. Mrs
E C Zlttrauer. are respectfully Invited
lo attend the fun• nil of the form* r at 107
Broughton atreet east, this afternoon at
< o'clock Interment Bonaventure ceme
EI.MORE —The friend* and acquaint
in' e* of Lydia Elmore. F M. Gotten an.l
Janie E.more. are respectfully Invited to
attend the funeral of the latter, from her
late residence. >1 Floyd street, at 4 | m
New Orleans and Boston papers please
•OLOtinV* ■ Hindi NO. 1. F. A A. *l.
A regular communication of this
lodge will be held at Masonic Tern X3f
pie this (Thursday) evening at H 14
The M M. Degree will be conferred
Transient brethren and members of sis
ter lodges fraternally Invites! to attend.
JOHN W PARKER. W. M.
J AS. R. CAIN. Secretary
LEVAN'S TABLE D'HOTE DINNERS.
Dinner 1 to Sand 6to 9. Thursday. Sept 6
Fillet* of Grouper au Cmirtholn.
Potatoes ala Boulletes.
Sliced Tomatoes. Queen Olives.
Chow Chow, Mixed Pickles.
Breast of Laimh ala Jardiniere.
Macaroni ala Palermetalna.
Prime Ribs of Beef. Fish Oravy.
Veal with Dressing.
Mashed Potatoes. Asparagus Butter.
Rice. Stewed Tomatoes. Candled Yams
PASTRY AND DESSERT. *
Lemon Custard Pie. Assorted Cakes,
Tapioca Pudding. Wine Sauce.
LEVAN S CAFE AND RESTAURANT.
11l Congress street, west.
PBEieUVC YOIH Slut IT
By wearing glasses that not alona enable
you lo see. bul corract every defect that
may ex Is*.
There la no guesswork In our methods
We have ih* latest and moat approved
acientlAc apparatus for accurate eye tast
ing. We make no charge tor consulta
tion or examination, and should you need
the services of a physician ws will (rank
ly tall you so.
Our crystal lenses are perfect In every
respect, being ground under our own su
pervision. They cannot be compared in
value lo the kind offered as cheap by the
so-called opticians or Jewelers who han
dle Inferior glasses ss a aids Una.
DR M. SCHWAB A SON.
Exclusive Opticians, 47 Bull Street.
N. B —Oculist prescriptions Ailed same
day received. Repairing dona at atiort
SUFFER HO AA ITH DY'AFBFBIA.
Having suffered with dyspepsia for a
long time, one weeks stay at Suwanee
Springs has entirely rured me. and J may
nd food that I could never think of eat
ing before, and I feel better than I have
for years. 1 also suffered with catarrh,
and from the effects of the water and
sun. I know that If t could have remained
three weeks and followed directions. It
would hove cured me of It entirely also,
and 1 take pleasure In recommending
Ihe springs and its wonderful water to
those suffering as I have. If they will
only follow directions, and use the water
freely, they will be cured. 1 have gained
aeven pounds In the week, and shall never
forget Suwanee Springe
(W. H. F. DONNELLY. Druggist.
Liberty and Price Sirens. Savannah. Ga.
All you ran drink for Ac at Livingstons.
TWO SOLID CARS
Of "Babcock" sad "Oeorgla Pride." Bug.
glee snd Runabouts Just received They
are Ihe prettiest line of goods ever brought
to Savannah The public la asked lo call
and examine Ihe two lines. Price* are
COHEA-KI LM AN CARRIAGE
AND WAGON CO.,
Rroaahton and West Broad Sts.,
Auburn and Cohen Special Wagon*.
Clly of Savannah.
Office Fire Department.
Savannah. Ga.. Sept. 1. 1900.
Proposal* for furnl*hlng Ihe Fire De
partment with winter uniform* will be re
ceived at the office of the undersigned
until 11 o'clock m of Saturday. Sept. 22,
1800. SpeclAcalion* will be furnished upon
application al the office of the Fire De
partment. corner of Indian and We*l
Broad alreets. any day between the hours
of 8 a. m. and A p. tn
All proposal* must be sealed and ad
dressed lo Ihe Committee on Fire
Uniform* to be delivered f o. h In Sa
vannah on or before Oct. IS, 19**’ The
committee reserve the rlghl to reject any
and all proposal* or to award the contraol
In part or as a whole.
JOHN E MAGUIRE. Supt.
City of Savannah.
Office Fire Department.
Savannah, Ga.. Sept. 1. 1800
Proposal* will be received at the office
of Ihe undersigned up lo 12 o'clock m of
Saturday. Sept. I, lNf. for palming and
stenciling Are alarm telegraph pole*
All proposals roust be scaled and ad
dressed to the Committee on Fire.
The committee reserve the right to re
ject gny or all propou.il*.
JOHN E. MAGUIRE. Supt
Have your mattresses and feathers ran
ovsted by our medicated steam practh
before a change In weather take* place.
(The only plant In Saiannah ) It over
come* all Impurities and renew* life and
volume In all bedding material. Prices on
renovation of feathers a* follow* Bed*
S3. AO. holsters tl. pillow* Mr. Cotton, moss
and hair mattresse* made to order Fine
work, low price*. Work guaranteed.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
Bell phone 11. Mi Urivton street.
SPECI AL NOTICE.
Neither the master nor consignee* of the
British steamship Imaum will h* re.
sponsible for any debt* contrasted hy ihe
STRACHAN * CO. Consignees.
Savannah, Ga., Sept. A. IMS
Filins, 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*
801 l and Ornsress. Branch 301 Bull Street.
RHONE Sto. BOTH PHONES PHONE *M
IN EXCELLENT SHAPE
Fine Laundry Work.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West. Phone 383.
PH DC LAM ATKIN.
City of Savannah. Mayor* Office, Aug
an. I**l-The Sanitary Board. In accord
ance with the provision* of an ordinance,
p***.vt Aug. 2S. I Son, 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 iwoperty within said limit*, to pro
vide a penalty for non-compliance with
the provision* hereof." etc., the sold Sun-
Itary Hoard, having notified me that In the
opinion of the board. It ts necesasry for
the preservation of the health of the city
to have cot and removed from private
property In the atd city or lies*toyed
thereon, weeds ami 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
sion* of the following ordinance Any
one falling to comply with Its provision*
will be placed on the Information docket
Olven under my hand and the seal of
the city of Savannah this. 30th day of Au
guat. liW> HERMAN MYERS,
Attest; WM P BAILEY.
Clerk of Council
An ordinance to provide for the cutting
I and removal or destruction of weed* and
j other rank vegetable growth growing on
j private property within said city limit*;
[ to provide a penalty for non -compliance
: with the provision* hereof, and to author
j lie the city authorities to cut arut remove
j and dentroy *uoh weed* and other rank
vegetal!* growth at the expense of the
1 owner or owner* of the property on which
Section 1. Be It ordained hy the Mayor
land Aldermen of the city of Savannah. In
! Council assembled, That whenever the
Sanitary Board of said city shall notify
I the Mayor thereof that, In the opinion of
j said board. It Is necessary for the preserv
l aiton ot the health of the city to have cut
and removed from private property In the
said city, or destroyed thereon, weed* and
other rank vegetable growth, the Mayor
shall Issue hi* proclamation requiring the
Immediate rutting and removal of such
I weed* and other rank vegetable growth to
| the properly line of aatd lot or the dost rue
' tlon of Ihe same by fire on such lot by the
: owner or owner* of said property, or the
. vgents of such owner* having charge of
i such properly, an.l thereupon. If such
needs and other rank vegetable growth l*
not rut from such private property and re
move*! to the property line of such prop
' efty or destroyed thereon hy fire artthtn
ten daye after the first publication of
said proclamation by the Mayor, then and
In that event the ownerorowner* of said
property, or th# agent thereof having Ihe
same tn charge, shall, utun conviction In
the Police Court of the city of Savannah,
of a failure lo cut and remove such weed*
and other rank vegetable growth within
the time above named, he punished hy a
fine tio. to exceed fifty (tot dollars, of Im
prisonment not to exceed thirty tJO) day*,
either or both In Ihs discretion of tha
Sec. 2. Be It further ordained. That lit
the event of Ihe failure of Ihe owner or
owners, or Ihe agent of such property
having charge of the same, as the case
may b*. to cut and remove such we.dw
and other rank vegetable growth or de
stroy the amc within the time abov#
named, then and In that event the NJayor
and Aldermen of the city of Savannah,
through the director of public works,
shall, at the expensed the owner or own
ers of such Isroperly, have the same cut
and removed or destroyed.
Sc- J. Be It further ordained. That
all ordinances and parts of ordinances In
conflict with this ordinance are hereby re
DISC OUST SO TICK.
TOC WILL IAVB
TK* FEB CENT.
By partus sour bills su us toe.
(ore the lath teat.
a. H. LETT a OHO.
will aol trouble )• •( you waa
SIIOOMI SHEET. It is a pleasant
ME I,DF.It M A
la a toilet powder that laataatly dis
pels the disagreeable odors arising
OLD STYLE COLD CREAM
■ Ives quick rellof for ain burns and
I XHUE WARKHOt -I. AMD OF
to rent, located head of Broughton
street, on W<at Bread, now occu
pied by the Savannah Carriage and
Wagon Cos As they will gy* up
business in the city on June 1. I of
fer It tor rent from that date
H. P. SMART
IMb MAI TO CLEAN CARPETS.
Thu only way to get your carpet* prop,
tr y taken up. cleaned and taken -are of
for tha summer Is to turn the Job over to
the Dtairlct M-saig r and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2. or call al 32 Montgomery
stt##:, snd they will moke you an esti
mate on the cost of th* work Prices
teas >rai |e They also puck, moy# and
store furniture and rlanos
C. a MEDLOCK, Supt. and Mgr
Make* Foda Water at home.
Hold and repaired.
EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES.
11.00 that o h r charge 42 40.
SATURDAY SEPT 8.
NOTHING 111 T FI X.
Every thing New star Cast of Fa
mou* Singer* I'amer* and Comedian*
Not <>ne Dull Moment'
DDIPt? Ea’tnec. adult*Mk- children Mr
rmuto Night t r&< so. *nd a*.
I9 the mark of merit. You
will find it on Flour. Hams,
Canned Goods and various
staple groceries. And ev
erywhere it appears it
means “Best.” Ask for the
“Diamond B” and you will
never be disappointed.
THt s. i. ucn a,
Cor. flroufthton anil Whitaker.
HOT If I'llo**:* TI.
ARE WE BOXERS?
Ye*. We box Ihe best STER
LING BILVEH. CUT GLASS
and JEWELRY; and our name
on the box Is a guarantee of the
merit of the good* Inside WED
DING PRESENTS unite to
be a specialty with u*.
Hunter & Van keuren,
Ga Phone Ml 143 Rul| street.
No that oar work may be ap
BtY ONLY THE REST GINGER ALE.
The best I* the Whealer Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale. made by Wheeler A Cos..
oi Beifaat. Ireland, from toe celebrated
Crutuut opting. of tnat city. Toes*
springs are the property of Wheeler A
Cos., hence no other Ginger Ale manufac
tuier in Ireland ha* thoee waters bul
themselves. Th# Wheel-r Ginger Ale Is
made from purs Jamaica Ginger Root and
not from Red Pepper, as others are; on#
la deleterious—lhe other Is a ionic.
For Heallhfulnea* snd Purity th* cele
brated Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Al* Is the beat.
Sole Southern Agents. Bsvnnnah. Oa.
PL.AbTEHKR#' AND NASONS’ NIP
Cement. Lime, Plaster, Hslr and River
Send. Prompt delivery Hsmonable price.
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO..
Corner Drayton snd Congress
LIME. CEMENT. PLANTER.
We have Ihe largest slock of the beet
good*. Get our price* before you pay
more to other*.
ANDREW HANLET COMPANY.
©By of Savannah.
Office Clerk of Council
Savannah. Ga.. Sept 4. |tm
Bid* Will be received at this office until
12 o'clock m Friday. Sept XI 1840 for
furnishing the Police Department with
winter uniform*, ecordlng to specific*:-
lion* to he eeen at the police barrack*
The right Is reserved to reject any or all
bld - WM P BAILEY.
Clerk of Council.
LEOPOLD ADLER. JtlO. K. DILLON
C T ELLIS. BA!RON CARTER.
Vice President. 3a*t. Cashier
The Chatham Bank
will be pleased to revelv, the account*
of Merchant*. Firm*. Individual*. Car.ka.
Liberal favors extrnded.
Unaurpaaaed collection fadlltte*
IVTfc.HL.VT COHPOI'NDUO ftI'AHTER.
I.Y ON DEPOSITS,
Safety Deposit Boxes and Vaults
rent Correspondence solicited.
The Citizens Bail
, CAPITAL. £500,000.
Iraawuu - (.<*„. t,,,;.,,,
hut lull* Accounts ad ludlvldaat*
Mereksau, ttaaka aud albas Carp*,
Colle.it... bo.*!,* with oufrty
tvsaeur onrf iUsateh.
allowed OI deposits la eat gavl* n
•**•• Mas., aad d10e...
gH.4NTI.RY A. DENMARK. Proaldcax.
HILLS B. LANE. V|o* rrwU„ L
SKOHtiE C. FREEMAN. Cash!*.
HOhPON L, OHOOVKK. AaaL task!.*,
of th* biota ot Georgia
Surplus and undivided profits Hoi ObO
UEmnunv or the state of
Superior faclltiiM lor transacting a
General nankin* Business.
Collections made on all points
accessible through banka and hankers.
Account* w t Banks, iLnkeis. Met.Hants
and others sollutiad. Sate Deposit ik.it*
Department of Saving*, Interest payable
Sells Sterling Exchange on London a
JOHN FI.ANNKRT, President.
HORACE A. CRANE. Vice President
JAMES BIT.I.IVAN c,hler
JNO FLANNERY. WM. W OORDON
E. A WEIL W. W GORDON Jr.
H A CRANE. JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROY MYERB JOSEPH FERBT
H P SMART. CHARLES ELLIS.
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J KIRBY
Mail M MCI
Accounts of hanks, merchants, corpora
tions and Individuals solicited.
Savings Department, Interest paid
Safety Box** and Storag* Vaults foe
Collections mad* on all points al rta
! sonabl* rates.
Draft* soU on all th* chief cllls* of tbs
JOSEPH D WEED. President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vies President.
W F. McCAULEY. Cashier.
THE GERMANIA BANK
| Undivided protit# 40. (Mi
Thl* bank offers Its services lo corpora
tlona. merchants and Individuals.
lla* authority to act as executor, ed
mlntetrator, gu-iidlati etc.
l*eu< drafts on ibe principal cities In
Great Britain and Ireland and on th*
Inter-*' raid or compounded quarterly
on dsprslt* in the Savings Department
Safety Boxes for rent.
HENRY BLUN, Pr.el lent.
GEO. W TIEDEMAN. Vice President
JOHN M HOGAN. Cashier
WALTER F HOGAN. Ass'* Cashier
No IMO. Chartered, IM4.
HIS Mill H
i CAPITAL. 440,0). SURPLUS. 119,00
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
J A G. CARSON. I'ra-ld-nt.
BEIIINK GORDON. Vice President.
W. M DAVANT. Cashier.
Accounts of bank# and banker*, mer
chant* end enri-oratlons received up n
the moe’ favorable term# conelstent sdth
safe and conservailve banking
THE GEORGIA STATE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Assets over SBOO,OOO.
4 PER CENT, per annum allowed oa
deposits, withdrawable on demand Inter
est credited quarterly.
# 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. 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 Heal Estate and Im
14 BRYAN STREET. EAST
If Newspaper MM
For aale. a Forsalth Newspaper FoiJen
will fold sheet J-xG. It to In good order.
Price 800. It coat origins Hr .U. h"'
w# bavs no us* for It sod want the room
It will be an In valuable adjuact M *V.
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, order your lithographed * and
printed stationery and blank boohs tram
Morning Newe, Savannah, Ga.