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NOT ANOTHER CONGRESSMAN.
MOV. (AMtICH INI> NOT TlllftK
tiKONUI t \N II I liBT
Jn Him Opinion (hr 'llr \% onltl llmr
to Inrrraßr ItlM'.otNi In l*o|Mltlafi
Mini Ilf !>*• Niil Think Ihf ln
rrrM' Hu* tlrrn ft Urgi*-llr
If AVn l > n Nmrr%% * limift* 'lTmf
(irorftiH f.of flr F|r%rtifli lllilrltflt
Atlanta, Br*pt. 7 <#ov. Candler in*
thin afternoon ihai. in hi* opin
ion, Georgia would not lx* emitted lo an
other conpr* man th i yr. when the
apportionment Is made* by Conjcrea*. Hr
doe* not 1 lirvr that th*- et.it ha In
creased nuflu icntly in population to war
rant another Conor* 'ilonil district. He
add that h wii m Conaree* whin ihe
last Mpp>rtlonm nt w.i made, and It waa
only through tin narrow* *t or hatter that
the atote succeeded in aettlnn the Kl v
The Governor says the state will have to
show an Increase of over three hundred
thousand people In-order to secure an ad
ditlonu! nun :n the nation and lod> In In.-*
opinion, O* orgla's Increane will not be-•
I*ol ft O* ( %l ftKfil lll** llfr* % 'l'll.
All I. ft ir i In ftnve tlsMon’i l.lfr
Wrrp of \i /lisil.
Atlanta. Hept 7—After hovering be
tween life and death for two days ard !
nights. R. It Clayton aucetimbed to the
effects of the poison he drank Tuesday
night at the Williams House, and died
early this morning! In the pres* nco of hH
young wife. The tv*)y was taken to his j
home in Spartanburg 8 C.
Clayton was a printer in Hpartanhurg
He left Ms home last Hund.tv and came
to Atlanta to take his own life because
he felt that he had not thA will power to
quit drinking (in Tue**dai night he took
u heavy dose of morphine and strychnine,
and was found in hts r*m at the Will
iams lloue in a dying condition. Ado -
tor was summoned and he was promptly
given medical treatment, lie grew better,
and It was thought he would recover.
Mrs. Clayton, tin* girl wife. 1$ years of
age. watched sleep.essly by her husband's
bedside hour aft* r hour, having been sum
moned here She divided her attention
between her husband and her little five
months’ old baby girl, which she brought
Clayton took both morphine ami strych
nine. which caused i congestion of Ms
lungs, which were naturally weak, and it
was impossible to save life !>r
Griffin worked untiringly In his efforts
to save him. hut th# lung trouble made
HF.FOtII. Till'. (H I’MF.MK ( 111 HT.
Ktprsss fttnnip 'lns ( nse to t owe 1 p
on Oct. 15.
Atlanta, Hept. 7 Attorney General Ter
rell has received notice that the two cases
which hav* be* n tarried to the United
fttate* Supreme Court will come up before
that body on Oct 15
The first case is that of the state Hall
road Commission vs the Bout hern K
press Company regarding the stamp on
eipress receipts. The ase was decided by
Judge Bpeer in favor of the esprees com
pany, but the dfclsion was reversed by !
the United States Circuit Court of Ap
peals. The cgptfsn romiany has carried
the question to the t'nlted States Court
by certerorarl. but it now remains for
the Supreme Court to approve that cer
Mr. Terrell Is c'mlbknt that the decision
of the Circuit Court will be siguatned
The contention Is the express company
has no right to make the sender of an
eaprear package pay for revenue stamps
placed on receipts for pnekages not go
ing out of the state. The question is a Jtyg
one for ihe express company, it they
now pay out many thousands of dollars
The other ca*es is that of ‘Teg-leg*'
Williams, who is trying to avoid paving
an emigrant tax in each county where
he does business.
HID KIRK IT WCTCAtr, ti\.
Hrtral Stores. U Ilk I.title Insttr
• Rrr, Weri* llralrot ctl.
Tbomasvtlle, <l* Bept 7—There was a
bl* fir.- last night at Metcalf on the
Montie* ilo Railroad ten mile* from Thom
uavllle, fix store houses being burned
Tlir llre wax discovered about mldnlaht
bursting through the Davidson building. a
large two-story frame atore. which waa
unoccupied and which was surrounded
by frame buildings There waa no lire
department, and the wind waa blowing
hard. Tne rhino a apread rapidly and
ronaumed the *h I. block c -minded of
the atorea of J. \V. Horn , g-iti-ral mer
chandlae; unoccupied atore owned by H
C Copeland drug atore of Monroe A
Wheeler; unoccupied atore of Tom Mom
ford; the poatoflice aid building, where
the Are originated
Horne had 11.100 Inaurancc. and Cope
land Woo Monroe & Wheeler loat th*lr
entire o>ock and building, with no insur
ance. It la thought the Ore waa of Incen
OC'OMEK MiI.MM; mUIMIY.
I'loperty Sold tint nl auction I ruler
llrilrr of < nun.
Mllledgevllle, Oa . Sept. 7—The property
of the Oconee Milling Company of Ivey,
O*., waa sold by Receiver K A Hoaa on
Wedncaday at public outcry The entire
mill outfit. tnclud na building. Umber
land*. t<n mlleaif -ram railroad, engine,
machinery, log cartr, etc., waa bought
In by Mallrry A Cos , of Atlanta, at at-out
11. <H> The a lock of m- rchandlae In atore
waa not a >ld The original coat of thla
|>rperty waa MS nt*i The property waa first
offered by the piece, and afterward* the
who- outfit waa put up In one lot The
bidder* on the outfit by piece, claim their
Md In the aggr gate to be morn than the
bulk bid of Mallory A Cos. The properly
brought such a low figure that It la high
ly ptob.rble that Judge Speer will not con
flim tb- sale
(THUS HI HIIIAUI.IIUI HIMStII.F,
He la ('barged With the Murder of
Vs . J. Alderman,
Thomwaville, Oa., Sept 7 —J. C. Curl*,
who stands charged with the murder of
W. J Alderman In Moultrh some weeks
ago. by cutting him. and who har been
hiding out ever since, surrendered to the
sheriff of Colquitt county to-day, and
waa brought here lor a commitment trial
before Judge Hanse l
On account of the absence of the so
licitor general ihe Judge p'ati-one i the
trial until to-morrow week. Curia re
turned with the sheriff to Moultrie and
will remain In Jail until hla trial next
(nndler to Speak lu tinlauetl,
Atlanta, Sept 7,—00v Candler has ac
cepted an Ivitatton to -peak at I-awrenr
vllle. In viwmnett county, next Tuesday
Th' Populists of Uwtnnett nave a ticket
gin the Held this year, and ilthough there
■to no anxiety expressed by the Democrat *
"to the mutual v l Demonaty me--Is,
“ Hit the Nail
On the Head. "
If you have eruption.!, pains in Ihe
head or kidneys, stoma, h trouble and
feelings of -weariness. "Hd the nail cn
the head Hood's Sarsaparilla is the
hammer to use. It -wdl purify your blood.
The masses praise it for doing this and
making the "whole body healthy.
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I'K.TITION IN llWhltl I'H V.
Tiled In Vtflmir of W. ft. Holloman nf
linlil i n—4f lif r Until In News.
Dublin, Ua Sept. 7.—Sanders dr Adams.
| attorneys, have filed in th* Cnlted State*
Court at Macon > petition In bankruptcy
for W S Holloman, wholesale grocer of
this city. Mr Holloman s liabilities ore
J 22.177 C. Il> places his asset* at $11.1*9 83.
‘f thii* .mount Jj.au I* In ate* k, the rest
In notes and accounts, ear* |ft a email lot
of land In )f u w kina v ill*. Hut few of the
notes and account* .r* upon solvent par
ties and Mr Holloman seta aside all that
Is collectable .im a homestead. The brg
• t creditor of Mr Holloman Is the Has
kinsvllle Ittnk and Trust Company,
who> claim |N.o* The next largt -
creditor Is the Laurens Hanking Company
of this city. $!.(•• and next th* It J. Rey
nold* Tobacco Company, ft**' The credit
ors will hardly ralix* 10 cents on the dol
.**j e< !.| Agent J W. Arnold of the poet
offi e d*p*rtment visited Dublin again
yesterday and Inspected the free rural
delivery mull route No 2. mapped <ut
to run fiom Dublin through Hmlth and
Da klye districts He r- *tntn*nded this
route and nam*-d It No 2 The route in
apeeted hy him last Saturday and which
wouk) have been derlgnaled a* No. 2. w
b id up for further *onsl*lcration Route
No 2, a well a** Route No I. which s u
Inspected last Friday. will bf atartetl 1m
mediately. Mr K. J Tarptcy. Jr., was
named by Bprr lal Agent Arnold as car
rier for route No. 2 Bpr< nil Agent Ar
nold will return to Dublin shortly to In
sfa t m route m pped out to run from
Du‘*llr. via 1 grille and Tweed.
Bit!<•.%>TlMC H P HRRTKBD.
Vessel With Vnlttnhlf Cargo Went
I pnn Florida t nsst.
Miami Fla , Sept 7.—The brigantine
Culbcon. rapt Richter of Bt. John N II .
laden with ih.ftO feet of pine lumber. Is
ashore five miles south of Cable Foot light
about "5 miles south of Miami 8h Is
waterlogged Bhe was driven by the force
of the waves over on* of the Innumera
ble reefs forming the inner passage, and
is lying In 12 feet of wat r
The Culhoon encountered the recent hur
ricane. which blew with a velocity of P>
to 1(10 mil* s an hour off the Florida Fast
coast. At 10 2) on the morning of the sth
and after losing her rudder and nearly all
canvass, she was hurhd upon the rocks
The \e*s*l and cargo may be saved.
The Cultojon salted from rascogula.
Miss.. Aug 23. and waa bound for Hos.
rlo. Argentine Republic Thre** miles south
of the barkentlne Culbcon I* a deserted
lumber laden bark which stranded dur
ing the night of the sth. The crew. It I*
thought, was swept overboard during the
storm. The vessel has a windmill. *d la
consequently thought to be a Norwe
I'AI.M HKAt ll PIER DAMAOKIK
f oaalderable Deatrnctlon ( ansed tty
West Palm Reach. Fla., Sept. 7 —Con-
Fldcr.il.le damoge has been done In thla
le.-tlon by the tropical hurr-wne which
hos l-een blowing here for the past few
tit)*, notable of which, was the dim-go
to the Palm Reach pier. The bulkhead
of this structure has been swept from its
foundation, orvd washed several hundred
feel to the northward
A forco of men were engaged In repair
ing the pier, und had a stationary en
gine out on the end of It when the storm
struck tbi* point As soon as the era be
comes calm, etepa will be taken to put
the pier ;n perfect repair.
Other damage on the lake I* the loss
of i number of amnlt boats, which were
torn from their moorings and sunk. Sev
< ral dorks are! sea wall* were badly In
jured In many of the hitlkilnge the
plastering became soaked with water
und fell, doing Injury to goods and wares
t< APPAHEATI.A IVHHE.
Word Waa Found Wandering In the
Woods hear Kttagernld.
Fitigerald, O*., Sept. 7 —Yesterday a
horse with a buggy attached came up to
the house of Mr. Tom Hnwell. n prominent
farmer living near (Villa, this county,
and from the looks of the horse It was
thought he had been without an owner
some time Mr. Howell, with his sons
and neighbors, al once Institutes! a search
lor Ihe owner of the rig, and some hours
afterwards a white man waa found wan
dering through the woods In a demented
condition. From letters found In hla pos
session, It was learned that Ihe man’s
n.ttnr was J M. Word of Macon, who
represents the Excelsior Medicine Com
pany of Way-cross
Mr Word, or Ward, fold Mr Howell
that the Mormons had killed his wife and
children nnd were then after him. Mr
Howell took him to Wlllacoochee, where
he was turned over to Ibe authorities to
re ’elve proper medical treatment
Refore parting with Mr. Howell he gave
l<> him hla watch and chain and requested
that he send It to hla wlf> at Macon. The
rig was Identified as belonging to him 1<
Is thought with good treatment he will
pull through hla present condition
shirt w aibt Bov i:>t iiomk.
Urbnol Tea - hT Made Him fin anil
lief HI, Coal.
Quitman. Ga . Kept 7.—While the ahlrt
walit min ha, hrn attracting a great
deal of attention, and haa boon encour
aged and discouraged bv tom*. all orer
tho country. It ha* remained for Quitman
to turn down tho hitherto harmless shirt
waist boy. Lott Monday when echool
opened hero a email boy tv longing to one
of the moat prominent families preaented
himself In a r.atty shirtwaist, with knee
Irotisrr*. loathir belt, collar and tie, and
was anally surprised to bit cent home
for hta coat by one of the tea her*. Ho
ha<l boon p'avtr* ball all atimmer and
bad not h- ard of the shirtwaist man. Tho
aftalr haa created rtnall aiimllud.
Pul Out Hta llna l.lulit.
Columbia. 8 C.. Kept 7.—After drinking
a half pint of "One X"corn whlaky, John
Morgan awallowed tho contents of a phial
of laudanum lit Kidaeway to-day, and
w;ta Mn flooplnß the In at aloop.
Miaa tllre Bradford Iteml,
Columhua. Oa Kept. 7 —Mlaa Alice
Bra.lford. one of the wealthier! and moat
popular ladlea n the city, died to-day.
Bho wa a eleter of Mr Mark Bradford.
I'tlea Cured Without the Knife.
Itchlna. nttnd. Hlrcdlna or Protruding
Piter. Your druaaiat will refund your
money If Paso Ointment fa Mb to turn you.
THE MORNING NEWS: SM l RDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1900.
% —OLISTTMK” NIM.no.
Il.alli and Fanrral n (tr Wlm Be
nariuktercd Ihr 01l Day*.
Columbia. 8. C., Hrpt, T.—The death of
Charlotte Stewart at Kort Mill. 8. end*
a IMthftli chapter In th* history of Houlh
Charlotte w,t. a lave In Ihe family Of
I Card. r>. H Maey for flftjf year,, ani
I when the Civil War a eii>ll aho rcfu-
I ••! in take her freedom. To all overtur<*
| for rnjoyln* the new prUlie*** made by
hup hand, children and frlvnda. aho replied.
[ 'I dwell tißtons mine own people.“ This
plate of affair* eonllnued until IS*(>. when
her huhand and children, having arrang
'd to move to Arkanaaa. the old womott
obeying the tommtnd. of th- one and th
entreatte* of the other, phe gave up her
life', work and went Wept. Charlotte had
ntireed three generation, of Maepey* and
tliere were tear, and grief at her going
In Arkanpaa Charlotte', children prop
pered and gave her more comfort* than
many of the race enjoy, hut a month ago
the "dlatant voice* culling" grew po loud
that the old woman had to obey (hem
The entr< atlee of her children were of no
avail She mue* go hack to the "old plan
tation. " Hho wrote to the M.iapcy, and
money wap pent for her par-age.
When the little old biaek Maumw reach
ed Cort Mill her reception war that of a
long ale. nt and beloved member of the
family Everything war done for her
comfort. Hut rhe hid hut come home to
die. A few day. after arriving, typhoid
fever developed, and through her nine**,
oct ttpylnu a rtaan In to*- Maeaey meinalofl.
phe received the nurplng and care of a
Two of the mor* prominent gentlemen
in the community, with pix grandaon* of
toe peidor Maeaey. tvere the (Mllbearer-
Chlklren of the Maaaey connection carried
llnao-ra and cover.d the grave.
.'lra Ma.pey, a deipwte lady. 74 years
ohl. .rote from her Pick bed and attende.l
the funeral Rev. I>r. .1 H Tliornwel!
prea. ht.l Ihe funeral rermon at the Ua.
eey m ni'lmt. and the hurlat wap In the
fomlly enrloaure Near tne ppot where
thl okl rlnve rtwt*. la the only monu
ment In the country, to ••the faithful
p.aves of the Confederacy."
Adamann lo Make apeeehea.
Co.umhue. tin. Hep! 7. -t'oftfrenntatt
A'l.meo. wap here te~t;iy enroute to
t'lne Knot, where he will p[>rak io-moi
tow Judge Adamron will mike never tl
ria-echea In the E.i-1 during the r.im
pal*n. He la conhdent that th# Demo
crat* will carry Indiana and Illinois, and
win the Victory in November
TO rt BB COI.D l\ 088 n%r.
Take taixatlve Rromo Quinine Tablet*.
All druggiPt* refund the money if fall*
to eure E W Grove'* signature Is on
each box Sc—ad.
PRITt ’HARD.—The friend* and ac
quaintance* of Mr and Mr* Charles F.
Pritchard are re.pectully requested to at
tend the funeral of their Infant son. from
Ihe residence of Mr M Deegan, 310 Jones
street, east, at lh o'clock thlw morning
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Me Are In It on Celery.
Punkley'e Celebrated Celery. In quart
Dunkley’s Celebrated Celery Salad. In
quart Jars. 16c.
Haxard's Huiff.d Oiives, Just In. 10c Jar.
Hasard'e Baby Olive*. Just In. 10c Jar.
Armour A Co.’* Boned Chicken, 30c can.
Numtten A Co.'* Early June Peas, Just
In. 10c can.
Columbia River Salmon, flat cans. 16c can.
1-lh. California Harflrtt Pear* 16c can
Armour A Cos. * White Label Soup*, quart
cons. 10c etch.
Franco-Amerl an Soup*, tt-pint cans, 10c
Kranco-Amerlcan Soupr. 1-ptnt cans. 17c
Franco-American Veal and Oreen Peaw,
Franco-Amerl. on Calf Tongue and Toma
to Sauce. 26c can.
Rich - * Improved Table Jelly MV package
Rich’s dinger Chip* 10- package.
Imported Sardine* toxe-. 160 can.
Fruit Shrub, drape Juice and Qlnger Ale.
Fancy Northern Apple*.
Fine Lemon* and Limes.
Fine Pear* 25c peck.
Fine Sweet Potatoes.
Uartlett Pear* for eating
No 1 New Mackerel, Just In.
No. 2 New Mackerel, line but small
C. A. DRAYTON GROCERY COMPANY.
G 8. Van Herne, V. P.
TO M ITKB TIKRBI.
Office of Savannah Water Works.
Savannan. Oa., Sept. TANARUS, 190f>
The wnter will be nhut off this (Satur
day) mot i.lug. Sept. 9, at 9 o'clock, and
remain off for a few hour*, In that sec
tion of the city a* follows: Eighth street
and T<nth street, Montgomery to Whit
aker street. I. P. KINSEY. Bupt.
I, the undersigned. admlnlrtratlrx of
the eatatc of H. L. Lovell. &r.. late of
the county of Kenton, Lexington. Ken
tucky. hereby give notice of my Inten
tion to aranafer aevenly-llvc share* of
the capital at oik of the Merchantr' Na
tional Bank of Savannah, aa required by
the Uwa of the atato of Georgia.
FANNIE B LOVELL.
Admlntalratrtx of the Eatate of H. L.
Lovell, Br.. Deceased.
City of Knvannah.
Office Clerk <>f Council,
Savannah, tea.. Kept 4. isnh
Bide will be received t thla office until
U o'clock m Friday. Sept 21. Ido. for
furnishing the Police Ivpartment with
aimer untfortna. acording to speclflca
tlona to be aeen at the police harm V
The right la reeerved to reject any or all
btda. WM P DAILEY.
Clerk of Council.
Rlcefleld Lamb. Western Kteaka. West
ern Roiatr. Poultry, Fruit*. Vegetable*.
Order early. M R GARDNER.
Phones S7&. Wayne and Whitaker.
P 8 —Remember I keep brains, sweat
browl*. tripe, etc.
W HOLKKOR* FOOD.
Bee that >our lood Is well cooked. Thla
means world's to you.
JOB CHANG. Proprietor,
Kan Francisco Restaurant.
1M Drayton (treat.
P. R —The San Francisco Restaurant I*
the only restaurant In Savannah serving
rigulur She meals for Tec.
Send In your orders for Hicetleld Lamb
tn-day any time. Wt can All them
phones 107 JAB J JOYCE.
P B Best beef brought to Savannah
Freshest vegetables, finest frulta Rntetn.
her we are exclusive handler* of the fa
mous B A B. Java.
DIVIDEND hO. 14.
The Board of Director* of the People's
Raving* ami Loan Cos. this day declare a
dividend of three dollars per share on l<a
capital Block fromthe earnings of the past
six months, payable on and after *th Inst
K L HACKKTT, Treasurer.
Auvanmih, Kept, itli, I'M). 1
LEV AN'S TABLE U'MOTE IHNNEHS.
Dinner I lo 3 and k to 9. Saturday, Sept. 8.
Claret Wine. .
Baked Trout ala Geneolse.
Potatoes ala Bntilletl'*
Sliced Tomatoes, Queen Olives.
Chow Chow Mixed Pickle*.
Braised Beef a In Mole.
Baked Bean*. Tomato Sauce.
Prime Rib* of Beef. |>l*h Gravy.
Rice field lamb. Brown Gravy.
Mashed Potato!**, Butter Beans.
Rice, St'-wed Tomatoee.
PASTRY AND DESSERT
Potato Custard Pie. Assorted Cakes.
Cheese, Crack* r*
Rice Custard Pudding, lemon Snuce.
LEVAN 8 CAFE AND RESTAURANT.
11l Congrees street, wen
FOR BFMOtY'B DINNER.
Fulton Market Corned Beef.
Small Fig Ham*.
Small Lean Strips Breakfast Bacon.
Bu*y Bee Rreast*
Yellow Ymt, Sweet Potatoes.
Faney Bartlett Pears.
Fancy Tahb> Appie*.
J-lh. cans Table peaches 10c.
Fancy Head Rice (new crop Just In).
Good Whole Rice per peck <6c.
Sweet Pickles per bottle 10c.
Junior Uneeda Jlngrr Wafers package Sc.
Nlcnac Cracker* per quart 6c.
JOHN T. EVANS 4 CO'S.
Congress and Barnard stree'e.
Huwanee Springs. Fla.:
Mr Andrew Hanley,
Dear Sir—l am proud 40 say that I am
entirely curnl from the use of Huwanre
water I had to ne helped on and off the
train on going, and In three days I could
walk all over the place without a cane.
I waa there thirteen day* and came away
a well man. I only hope that everybody
suffering from rheumatism will only try
It. and I um willing to Make my life that
It will do the reel. If any one doubts
this, let them call at 11. H Levy A
Hro.'s and ask them I Hi weighing 110
pound*, and In thirteen day* my weight
waa aa usual. Fb pounds Now. Mr Han
ley. my friend. Mr. Chris. Connor, want*
to come down for two weeks, and will
you pleeae give him room M. Rock Cot
tage Reserve It for him: he will be
ihere Wednesday or Thursday
Clerk at B. H. Levy A Bro.'a.
All you can drink for 5c at Livingston's
City of Savannah.
Office Fire Department.
Savannah. C,a . Sept. 1. 1900.
Proposals for furnishing the Fire De
partment with winter uniforms will be re.
reived at the office of the undersigned
untU 12 o'clock m of Saturday. Sept. 22.
1900. Specifications will lx furnished upon
application at the office of the Fire De
partment. corner of Indian ar.d West
Bioad street* anv day between the hour*
of 9 a m and 5 p in
All propo-ale must be eeal*d and ad
dressed to Ihe Committee on Fire.
Uniform* to he delivered f o. b In Sa
vunnah on or before Oct. 15. lffir The
committee reserve the right to reject any
and all proposal* or to award Ihe contract
In part or as n whole.
JOHN E. MAGUIRE. Supt.
City of Savannah
Office Clerk of Council.
Sept. 7. 19110
A vacancy having occurred In ihe office
of messenger of Council, caused by (he
death of the late Meseenger John Harri
son. anal In accordance with a resolution
adopted In Council Sept. sth, !9ui. notice
Is hereby given that an election will he
had at the next regular meeting of Coun
cil. to be held on Ihe 19th Inst, at 9 p. ttx.
lo till (he unrxplred term, all application*
lo ho filed with Ihe Clerk of Council at
or before 12 m. of (he !lh Inst. Bond of
INoil) requited; names of hundamcn must
accompany the application
WM P. BAILEY.
Clerk of Council.
City of Savannah,
Office Fire Department.
Savannah, Oa., Sept. 1, unit.
Proposal* will be receive.l at the office
of the understgnej up to 12 o'clock m of
Saturday. Sept. . 1900, for painting and
stenciling Ate alarm telegraph |*ile*
All proposals must he sealed and ad
dressed to the Cotnmllbe on Fire
The committee reserve the right to re
ject any or all proposal*.
JOHN E. MAGUIRE. Supt.
BRICK. IIHICK. HNICK.
Augusta brick and others. Good stock
on hand. Lowest prices, prompt delivery.
Bee our sample* end price* before buying.
ANDREW HANLEY COMPANY.
WALL PAPER, r tI'EH HANGING. *
We carry complete assortment of latest
style paper*, and employ only beat artists
See our good* and gel our esilmata be
fore giving out your work. Our prlcss the
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO..
Corner Drayton and Cor,grass.
EXTRA riXE MEAT*.
At my stall* In the City Market can he
found the very best meat* that come to
thla city. •
To-day Prime Beef. Mutton and Veal.
Lamb. Malchlesw Corned Beef and all the
dellcacle*. Sunday delivery.
Both Phone* #57. JOHN FUNK.
On* cf our Giants baa placed In our
bands SB.OOQ to toon oa good Savannah
roal ratals st roaaonabte rales of Interest
BECKETT A BECKETT,
M President street, ease
"nit At TO CLEAN CARI'ETaI
Tbs only way to get jrour carpet* prop
erly taken up. cleaned and taken oar* of
for the summer 1* to turn the fob ovar to
tm District M-ea.ng r and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 7, or call at U Montgomery
st>eet, and they will moke you an oatt
mats on the cast of the work Prices
rstsoryihle They also pack, move and
•tot# lurnlture and tlanoa
c. 1L MEDLOCK. bupt. and Mgr.
PALMER HARDWARE CO.,
ltailroad and Mill Supplier, Kubber Belting
ISullderM* and General Hardware, (’utlery,
(*iins. Rifles, Pistols and Ammunition.
Rope, Tinware, Stoves.
—AOENTS /oK —
Fairbanks’ Scales, Austin's Crack Shot Powder.
a*Ktna' Dynamite, Fuse and Caps.
Films, Photo. Supplies,
and Developing, Robin
son’s Bath Cabinets.
If you have RHEUMATISM be sure and get a bottle of
FRISK’S RHEUMATISM CURE. It never fails. Price *1.50
bottle/ When cured you remain cured.
LIVINGSTON'S TWO PHARMACIES.
801 l and Congress. Branch 300 Bull Street
PHONE l BOTH PHONES. PHONE 382.
PROt LAM ATIOJI.
City of Savannah. Mayor* Office. Aug
30. 1900.—The Sanitary Board. In accord
ance with the provisions of an ordinance,
passed Aug. at, VMt. and entitled' "An
orellnance to provide for Ihe 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 penally for non-compliance with
the provietons hereof." etc., the said San
itary Hoard.having notified me that In the
opinion of the braird. It Is ne*v*-*e r y * ,,r
the preservation of the health of th*- city
lo lev* ,u( anil removed from private
property !n the eakl city or destroyed
thereon weed* anel other rank vegetable
growth. I do hereby Issue this, my proc
lamation requiring Ihe cutting and remov
al of auch weed* and other rank vegeta
ble growth In accordance with the provi
sion* of the following ordinance Any
one falling to comply with It* provision*
will he placed on the information do* kel
Given under my hand ar.d tbe **••
the city of Savannah thl*. 30th day of Au
guat. 1900. HERMAN MYERS.
Attest: WM P BAILEY.
Clerk ol Council
An ordinance to provide for the cutting
anel removal or destruction of we ed* and
other rank vegetable growth growing on
private properly within said city limits;
to provide a penalty for non-compliance
with the- provision* hereof, and to author
ise the city authorities to cut anel remove
and destroy such weed* and other rank
Vegeta He growth at the expense of the
owner or owner* of the property on which
Section 1 Be It ordained by th< Mayor
and Aldermen of the etty of Savannah, in
Council assembled. That whenever the
Sanitary Board of said city shall notllv
the Mayor thereof that. In the opinion of
eakl hoard. It I* ncceesary for the preserv
ation ot the health of the city to have cut
and removed from private property In Un
said city, or destroyed thereon, weed* and
other rank vegetable growth, the Mayor
shall tseue hi* proclamation requiring the
immediate rutting and removal of such
weeds and other rank vegetable growth to
the property line of said lotorthedeeiruc
tlon of the same hy fire on such lot by the
owner or owner* of said proiwrty or the
agents of such owner* having charge of
such property, and thereupon. If euch
weds and other rank vegetable growth Is
not cut from such private properly and re
moved to th* property line of such prop
erty or dtwtroyed thereon by tire within
ten day* after the first publication of
said proclamation by the Mayor, then and
In that event th" ownerorowner* of said
property, or the agent thereof having the
some In charge, shall, upon conviction In
the Police Court of the city of Savannah,
of a failure to cut and remove such weed*
and other rank vegetable growth within
the time above named, be put*b*‘d by a
tine not to exceed Dfty tSO> dollars, of im
prisonment not to exceed thirty (30) days,
either or both In tho discretion of the
Sec. 2. Be It further ordained. That In
the event of the failure of the owner or
owner*, or Ihe agent of such property
having charge of the same, as the case
may be. to cut and remove such weed*
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 nf public work*,
shall, at the expense of the owner or own
ers ol such property, have the same cut
and removed or destroyed.
Sec. 3. Be It further ordained. That
all ordinance* and parts o( ordinance In
conflict with this ordinance are hereby re
YOU WILL SAVE
TEN PER CENT.
By poring ynar bills an or bo
fore the 13th last.
n. H. LEVY A BRO.
will not trnahl* you If yoa use
ntlOOMl HKIIET. It la a ylsassat
la a toilet powder that laataatly dis
pels the dlsngreeablv odors artslag
OLD T V*-t- COLD CREAM
give* linlrk relief for aaa boras aad
LIEGK Wtm ’t'G SI IMI OF
to rent, located head of Broughton
street, on Weal Broad, now orcu
pe 1 by the Savannah Carriage arid
Woven Cos. Aa they will g.ve up
buslnee* In the city on June 1. I of
fer li for rent from that data
H. r. SMART.
tty the American Bonding and Trust
Company of Baltimore. We are author
ised to exacute locally (bum diatrly upoo
application!, ail bonds In Judi, lal pro
c-*dlng* In ailher the slat* or Unit’d
g ates courts, and of administrators and
HEARING A HULL, Agents.
1 Telephone 3L Provident Building.
Make* Bod Water at homo.
Sold ami repaired.
EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES.
11.00 that other* charge 82.60.
MI IMIII THEATER.
MATINEE TO DAY 3 P M
TO NIGHT c JU O CLOCK.
NOTHING 111 T FI A.
Erervtbin* New Star Cest nf Fa
mous Singers. Dancers and Comedians
Not One Doll Moment'
nQIJttO Xattn-c adult- 0 children Sir
rnlllCO Night 11.79, 90c and Pic.
lit IIALAS (VOTII'KS.
Clean, vyhite. large
Flint Rice;limited quan
I. would be well to
book orders early.
IS. 0. UCI Cl
Cor. Broughton and Whitaker.
BOTH I'tIONICS TO.
You want to a model laundry,
up to dat* in every reepect. call on
Ander sand Cuyler streets.
SAVANNAH POt'NDRY AND MACHINE
Builder* of Martn* and Stationary Boiler*,
will furnish callmataa on n*w work In
competition with Northern and Western
Repair work on Engine* and Betters
BIV ONLY THE MI-SI UINGEH ALE.
The best la the Whooter Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale, rcado by Wheeler A Cos.,
of Belfast. Ireland. Irvin tno ceicbialed
Cro iliac opting* ot mat city ir„ M
•in trig a are the property of Wheeler A
Cos . hem no other Ginger Ale manufac
turer in Ireland has those water* but
themselves The Wheeler Olnger Ale la
made from purs Jamaica Ginger Hoot and
not from Red Pepper, aa others are. 011*
1* deleterious—the other I* a tonic.
For He.althfulnas* and Purlly the cele
brated Wheeler brand of Belfast Cbiem
Ale la the beat. “
Sole Southern Agents. Savannah. Go.
M VITHKbM*. utn 111 SM -
Have your mattresses and frathert ren
ovated by our medicated steam process
before a change In weather take., place
(The only plant tn Savannah > It over
corn. all Impurities and renews life and
volume In all bedding material. Price* on
renovation of feathers as follows: Bed*
M i*. txV-irr* 11, pllit.w * Cotton, mo**
and hair maltreeses made to order' Fine
work, low price*. Work guaranteed
NATIONAL MATTRKB6 AND RKNO
H* ll Pbo"* I W-_ Ml Drayton *tre#L
HIDN W tNTIID.
Office Director of Public Work*. Kavan
nah. Ga . Sep, R, INm -Bid* will he re-
11 °‘ clo< ' h "<n. city time, for
the privilege Of assorting garbs*, pile for
all malerlaia. such a* rag*. paper. tln
?*".?• * n< * *nh*tsnee rw Of fer.
lerll.lng value All hid. to be mode good
•R™', r** r Knv ' : °''" • marked
Mai* for snorting g.irbtge •• The ,|ly
Bia. r ? , ! hf rl *s* 10 T * i,rl *ny or nil bids.
Bid. 10 he ope nisi In the presence of hid- I
dera. GtO. M. GADSDEN, Director. J
I AteLER. fNO. II DILLON
PrealdonL Ceahler ’
C. T ELLIS, BARRON CARTRB
Vice Prealdent. Aast. Cashier V
The Chatham Bank
\ViH t—* pleased to receive the accnrn,,,
of Merchant* Firms. Individuals, Bans.
Überal favora rxtendad.
rrmtjriwipft.<i rolteciion facillite*. in#u r .
Ing prompt returna
I.NTIIHIUT t'Otl|eo|'9DU) Ul AHtLIU
LY ON DEPOXItIT
Safety Deposit Boxes and Vaults for
rent Corre|Mndenc# solicited.
The Citizens Bank
OF SAA AVAAU.
- Gvwerwt MaXu,
aelleita Ao.ee. —
Cwllcrtluaa kaaGM with
iNlereat eweap n . detf
BRANTLEY A. DENMARK.
■ ILLS B. LANE. vie. rrolf.,, “
GEORGE C. FREEMAN, C.ahler
HOOVER, A eat. C.. k ,^
of th* State ot Georgia
Hurplua ami undlvlri*} profit* w. <u
DtF OdlTOilY ot THB BTATJS ot
auptriAg fttciliUon lor irtnac(lng a
vten rui 'iiaitktng 6uine**.
• •■!* on ail polnta
•coaaaibla (hn>ugh hankiN and bankr.
Accounia ul liana--, iiduAua, iitKlisula
and other* xoiloUad. BaX Ltepualt
Department of Bavlnga, interest payable
B*ila Hterilng Exchange on Dondoo U
JOHN FLANNKRT, Prrsidenl.
IIORACJ: A CRANE. Vice President
JAM!.B ST LLTVAN Cashier.
JNO. FLANNKKY. WJd ff GORDON
E. A. WEIL w W. GORDON Jr
H A CRANE. JOHN M EGAN
L67E ROY MYERS JOSEPH FKRST
H P SMART CHARLES ELMS
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J KIRBY
Accounts of banks, merchant*, corpera-
Ilona and Individuals solicited.
Savings Department, interest paid
Safety Boxes and Storags Vault, for
Collection* mad* on ell polnta at rm
Drafts aold on all the chief cities of th*
JOSEPH D WEED. President.
JOHN C. HOWLAND. Vic* President
W. F. McCALLEY. Cashier.
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided profit* 60.UUU
Thl* bank offer* Its service* to corpora
tion*. merchants and tnulvtdual*.
lie* authority to act si executor, ad
ministrator, guardian etc.
Davos drafts on the ptln'lpsi cities In
Great Britain an I Ireland and on th*
Interest ixsld or compounded quarterly
on depvslt* In tl-e Having* Department
Haf.ty Boxe- for rnt.
HENRY IILUN. President.
OE<> W TIKDEMAN Vice President
JOHN M HOGAN. Cashier
WALTER F. HOGAN. Ass'! Cashier
No. IMO. Chartered, UN.
HIIS liOIII Ml
CAPITAL. KO . O'. SURPLUS, 1100,0 6
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
j a. a. carbon, natal
BEIKNE GORDON. Vice President
\V M. HAVANT. Cashier.
Ac n mts of banks and bankers, trvr-
Chants and cnrpontlons received u.-' it
th* most favorable term- consistent with
safe and ronserva'ive banking
THE GEORGIA STATE
BI'ILDI.NG AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Assets over SBOO,OOO.
5 PER CENT, per annum allowed on
deposit - withdrawable on demand, lnitr
| e*i credited quarterly.
6 PER CENT, per annum allowed on
deposit* of even hundreds, withdrawable
ut annual periods
GEO W TIKDKMAN. Preeldent.
B. II LEVY. Vice President.
E W BELL, Secretary,
C G ANDERSON. JR Treasurer
OFFICE, li YORK STREET. WERT
from Oct. 1, that fine resi
dence No. 211 Gwinnett
street, west. Large garden
and fine stable on the prem
The Cbaibam Real Estate and Im
14 BRYAN STREET. EAST
10 Nwopof Piste.
For sal*, a Foraaltb Newspaper Foldsr;
sell! (old short Lit*. It I* in good order.
Trice LOO. It oast originally W.W. bul
w* have no uee tar It sod want the room
It will bear la valuable adjunct * **f
IK YOU WANT OOOD MATEBIAI.
and work, orier your Hthneraphtd "•'
printed stationery and blank book* I™*
Morning Now*, gavaunsb, G#