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COTTON MILLS EMBARRASSEO.
TIMM .II C fITTOA I* HIGH Till*
I'll IFF. OF GOODS I * 1.0 W.
Southern Mills May Hate to CToae
I nles* t nftnn Gea INma—l'.ldiPV.
Ilullim'l* *•> the Farmers Arr Get
ting the !!#•( of the Situation
The Price of Goods W 111 Have to
Go I |> If the Mill* Are to Keep at
Atlanta. Sept. 12. lnterest In the cotton
•Itunion ai> considerably hightailed to
day on account of ih rtr*.Mlatlon of the
story that the cotton mil s could not run
with the staph at the present |rlee
In speaking of the sttu itlon to-day from
the stand|s>litt of the mill*, cx-Clov. Ru
fus R. Hullo k. h tH.*mlnmt mill m.tn,
”Th ertiilh must either run at a I '** or
►hut down while cotum Is at the present
price. Mills cannot mwk** u profit by sell
ing at the present price of manufactured
goods. If they h.v- to pay 10o*nt# or more
for raw material The solution to the
difTlciilty is mere speculation. Of course
the matter will adjust Itself to the condi
tions Either t* prl c of manufactured
good* will go up or the price of row ma
terial will go down. It would le the natu
ral result if the price of manufactured
goods should go tip, but n mon • on tel!
liow If this will follow th- present condi
“For the last few yeeirs the mills have
been making n fair profit at the • xjwn***
of the farmer who hod to sell his cotton
at a low price If the farmer malnr in*
his present pric* h will moke u profit at
the cxpenM of ih* mills "
Mills ( niinnl (art ( otlon.
Mr W L IV# 1 of th# firm of M <KJox.
mill# catinof irrt cotton in sufficient quail
till**** to run on
“Ten M.. In Fall Hrver. Mu*., shut
down recently becousc they have no:
enough foiton to k*#|! th**m going.'* to#
“The crop t* very late and *mll
1 look for an In the price, of
mannCa< 'ur*-l K"<tK. I think the price of
cotton will remain high throughout the
•rimer Another reison why the mill*
•hut doivn is be auee they can curtail
the quantity of <*sMfct on the m.irkH an*l
thereby run up the price of their product.
With a market full of gooil the price
cnot he easily raleetl. bur when th* mill*
ore shut down amt manufactured good *
get scare, the price can be r.inlly In
created. In my opinion tne greatest diffi
culty in the pr eent aituatlon is the * arci
ty of cotton.’*
THKV M %\T H%(K COTTOW TAX.
Confederate Vrterana of Atlanta
l*a*el a Heeolof lon.
Atlanta, B#pt. 12.—Atlanta Confederate
Veteran* are after the timr-honorel cot
ton tax ag.tln. At a meeting of the W
H T Walker Camp tael night the follow
ing resolution was unanimously adopted
“That a committee of three b* apt*olnf
el to confer with the repreeentatlvep in
Cotigrep* and apk that he d*ft a memorial
to next Congreap. and to upe hip beat ef
fort* and influence for the parage of a
bill to refund the cotton lax now awaiting
claimant*., ami where no direct proof can
be given that Paid tax be returned to
•urvlvlng Confederate soldiers and widows
of the ftouth I. O. Hornsey, chairman;
Moses \Vo.*l. Joseph lb# vie. Committee "
The cotton tax w* a spedra of Internal
revenue lmpo*ed upon the South Immedi
ately after the Civil War. The tax was
first levied by an act of Congress in 1865.
the rale being 3 cents on every pound of
cotton ral**l In the country. The
tax Increased that bitter fee ing be
tween the sictlonp then already at fever
heat, for although It was for the whole
country, cotton was raised only In the
South and the Southern people looked up
on the imposition of auch a tag aa nothing
more or less than robber.
In 186*. the tnx waa lowered to cents
a pound and In 1867 the tax act was re
pealed altogether. I Hiring the three years
of ltd' operation the tax took untold mill
ions of the Southern money out of the
South and placed It in the United States
A FIXE FOOTHILL ELEVEN.
I ultfr.ll> Gelling I p a Splendid
Trap of Pin * era.
Atlanta Sept. 12-Georgia will have a
splendid f.ioihall team at the State Unl
veralty this year. Btuilenta are passing
through Atlanta dally en route for Ath
ena. Caps. Frank McCutcheon of Dal
ton. who alii handle the football team
this aeaeon, arrived yeaterday. Speaking
of the outlook, he raid:
"I think we will have un excellent elev
en thl* year. M.inrtfrr Davie haa been
working hard all the rummer to perfect
the arrangement* We huve rerured E.
K. Jone* of laet year - * I’rlneeton team a*
a coach He eomer highly reeommendeil
and we believe he Ir a good man It will
be the flr*t time Georgia ha* had a Prince
ton coach and we believe If we play the
Princeton game we will win. Jone* will
be In Athena to-morrow. 1 expect to meet
him then and nrrange all the detalla.
'There will be many new men thla year
to pick from. Of lan year'* team. Bh.in
non. Hewlelie anti myself will return.
rtuPtgnon. who played end In 189 V will
probably lie in college thlr year. A num
ber of vuhetllute* from last year's var
alty team will also be back. We Intend
to have atrlclly a college team thla year
There will be no outride men We think
we can play belter tiall by adoirttng tbl*
system College |Ktliilc* will he eliminat
ed from the makeup of the eleven and
everythin* will I* done to put out the
beet team Georgia ever had."
* SOUTHERN YAHX API*NED*.
Annual Convention Held and Same
Atlanta. Sept. IS.—'The flr*t aimual can
a-emlon of the Southern Hosiery Yarn
Spinner* A**o> lotion met here to-day
Representative* of twenty hosiery yarn
mill* were present. The oth er* of the
| rcvtoim year were uikinimotwly re-elec,-
ed for the eneulng year. They are:
President. Charle* Adamson, of the
Cedartown Cotton Company, Cedartown.
Vic* President. J. W. Cannon, of th
Cannon Manufacturing Compnny. Alber
tos ric, X. C.
Secretary. J. F Taylor, Kinston Cotton
hulls. Kinston, N. C.
A general advance in the price of hos
iery was decided on. to go into effect at
once. The high price of cotton Is given
n* the principal cause of the advance. In
the new scale, on all numbers up to elgh
the price Is fixed at lT*w per pound Num
ber* nine and ten will sell nt l*c per pound.
On all numbers aft to 22 an advance of 14c
waa made and the value of all above It
was Increased He.
Fulton County** Tst Hale.
Atlanta. Sepi 12.—Fulton county’s tax
ra*e was lowered to-day four points by
the lxird of county commissioners Th*
rate lasi year was 13 74. This year It 1*
U. 70. It kt predicted 1 hut the reduction
will create a big deficiency |n revenue*
next year. There was a strong senlimen
In the board favoring an Increase Instead
o' a decrease to the rote. Collection of
I'ißton'a taxes will begin In a few days
TO Cl HE A till.l) l\ ONE fy AY.
Take Laxative liromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It falls
to cure E W Grove's signature Is 00
•ach box. 25c.—ad.
“Every Man is the
Architect of His Fortune
"An Architect designs. And his pUns
Aft executed by A builder. The greAtest
builder of heAlth Is Hood’s SArsApAnlU.
It leys a firm foundstion. It mAhes the
blood, the bests of life, pure end strong.
Be An Architect of your fortune end secure
Hood"’ as your heAlth builder.
never Du>dp Ooint>
1,1 ( K OF 1.l fit’* I. %M% H.
Well-Known laorsisu ( nnnsel to
Governor General of I nln.
Atlanta. 8 gst I? Mr lairlus Lamar of.
tlit> state ha* b en appointed counsel for
the Governor General of Cuba Mr. La
mar is <f (In- (lbttngulshed (Moral#
family of that name, and was for a year
tiuragrd in the practice of law In At gntg
In I*B2. being at the time associated With
Mr Ittirton Hmlth Hlnce leaving
Atlanta Mr Lamar baa been arso
c.a t • and with the law department
of the Union Pacific Railway and has
mad** an enviable reputation for himself
by the acucracy and skill of his work For
s<mi- y*-.trs past, be has l*een a Junior
partner of Judge Dillon of New York and
has also contributed to the law maga
zine*. es!abllsh , ng a distinguished posi
tion for himself a* a constitutional lawyer
Re receive* a large * Mary, ha* offices
in the governor general's palace, and his
special duties are o act as legal adviser
and assistant to the governor general In
the matter of revising she laws of the Isl
and of Cuba.
f OTTOS lilt IA G* KLFABA CKAT!.
Farmers Huahins If t %merlcns.
Poor Man’s Horn** Hsrnnl. ,
Americus, Os., Bept. 12 —Amerlrus
maintains her reputation of being one of
the best Interior cotton markets by paying
11 cents to-day for the best grades of cow
ton. The first bale bringing that figure
was marketed by a negro farmer* and
bought by the Georgia Colton Company,
though afterward several warehousemen
obtained 11 cents for the finest grades,
while one lot sold at even a higher figure.
Farmer* are rushing cotton to mark**
and selling at prevailing prices, which de
light them beyond expression. The crop
Is being harvested rapidly and the field*
will be cleaned In short while.
The residence of Henry Rattle, near
Americus. together with several out
houses, was burned to-day with It* entire
contents, the fire originating from a de
fective chimney. Rattle Is a poor man
and all his earthly possession* were
swept away, he having no Insurance. A
small lot of silver coins In his trunk was
found among the embers melted together
In a worthless mass.
THEY FOUGHT DEBPKHATELY.
Chance* Are That Two karsn
Plumber* Will Die.
Macon. Sept 12—Ed Jones and Bob
Green, two plumbers, employed for llte
lasi twelve year* In the establishment of
8 M Ruber's Ron*, fought desperately
this afternoon,.and troth will probably die.
They are now undergoing operation* at
the City Hospital, and the physicians say
that very little Cham'S of re.-overy re
mains. Jone* wan stabbed In the lung,
and an artery was rut In bis wrist. Green
was shot three limes In the abdomen and
Green wan the aggressor, being angry
with Jones over a huidness matter Each
haa a wife. Jone*.has one clilld and Gre£h
two. The fighting occurred at Jone*' desk.
FOB ATTEMPTED ASSAULT.
Two Yunna Negroes Are In Jail at
gpnrtnnburg, A. (*.
Columbia. R. C.. Rept 12.—Charle*
llames and Rembert JefTrle*. young ne
groes, were taken to Rpartanhurg Jail to
day from Converse and Clifton respect
ively. charged with attempting assault.
llames entered the house of W. A. Black
While several of the family were there
and accosted un 11-year-o'd girl who was
alone In a room.. The mother's screams
brought men, who arrested llames. There
was u disposition to lynch, but that de
cision was overruled.
JefTrle* chased ihe little daughter of
Jefferson George on her way to schcol at
Clifton. She outrun him and he wae
GIHL9 AT MILI.EIIUKYU.LK.
tlpentnu of Georgia Normal and In
Mllledgeville, Ga.. Rept 12.—The Geor
gia Normal and Industrial College opened
for Itw tenth session to-day. The opening
exercises were hekl In the chattel of (he
college at 9 o'clock Rlnce yesterday
morning every train In the city has
brought crowds of young ladles to the
school, and apeclal cars on the Central
train that reached here last night about
brought In about Hub. All the teacher*
and more than E student* were present
at the opening exercises, and the college
has started under more tlatterlng pros
pects than It ha* had for some years.
VEX ABLE SIIXG GOVERNMENT.
Sail Itaaed on Work Done on T>hr*
Atlanta. Rept 12—The Venable Con
struction Company of thl* city nied a suit
In Ihe Federal Court here to-dey against
Ihe I'nlted Htate* government to recover
19. Ml W. alleged to be due from one of the
coast fortification contract* of Savannah
and Cumberland sound The contract up
on which (hr suit was baaed Involved th*
construction of gun emidacements on Ty
bee Islam) and was signed by ex-Capl
Ohetlln M. Carter
LA HUE NYU.HO FELL HEAD.
He llnd .last llren Arrested far Atah
l.lMK Hl* W If*.
Columbia, 8. C . Rept. 12—About mid
night Will Johnson, a negro, stabbed his
wife. They were walking on Green street.
John Mclvrr. who was near, arrested
Johnson, mid was taking him. with u po
liceman lo ihe police telegraph box. when
Johnson dropped dead. It was supposed
he had been stabbed, but no wound was on
hi* tiody. He was a large, able-bodied
I nnaglrarr Inn Hrnrd.
Macon. Bepl 12 —The conspiracy cases.
In which several prominent Wilkinson
county people are charged with taking a
negro prisoner away from the revenue
oflleer* lasi wtek. are before Commis
Charlotte Will Contribute.
Charlesle, N. C.. Brpt. 12.—The sum of
1M5.&5 ns* raised by public subscription
In Charlotte to-day for the Galveston re
lief fund. This sum will prnnahly Ire in
creased to over II .nno to-morrow.
Maensr Sending Money.
Macon. Sep, 12—The cltlsens held a
mas* meeting this afternoon and suit
scribed several hundred dollars to the Gal
veston fund. The Mayor and Council
have telegraphed flvv 10 Gov, Bayers.
THE MORNING NEWS: THI’ItSDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1900.
I m.l.n TO PUXT NOME WHEAT*.
•IrrllUK nl I oM.n and Wheel Mrw
rr. of KctMtb I oroll na.
Columbia. H. C.. Sept. 11.—The two as
sociations of Carolina cotton md wheat
growers meet in Greenwood this niter
noon. William 8 Hill was present as i f
representative of Secretary of Agriculture
Wilson He especially urged lh- farmers
to at least plant enough wheat for home
consumption The state Import* 5.0M'.000
bushel* a year.
To-night President Harvy Jordan of the
Potion Growers' Assoelatton made a
strontc addseae alonr the lines of Southern
producers organising and working In har
t'iIRIIETT HII.* *8 V.
Ilia Wife Saya Ihe Klslil With McCoy
Woa a Tali*.
From the New York Press.
Jmc J. Corbest. the |>uglll*t. ha* dis
appeared Mra. Corbett aaye he sailed for
Europe yesterday In the Campania to
ovoltl service of nepers In h divorce suit
she Is about to Institute Bhe says ttie
departure of Marguerite Cornlllc. a sing
er of French song*. Ik connected wWh her
husband e going away.
But. furthermore, ahe asserte the charmn
o' the singer did not have much to do w.tn
Corbett's going aw did certain deals which
she *•>■ were made In Ihe recent McCOy
light nnd which are ahoii, to come to light
Chagrined at her husband's desertion.
Mra. Porbeit, at her home. No. 21J> West
Thirty-fourth street, talked freely to the
reporters She said the actor-pustllst had
abused her for months, that he had fail
ed to support her and that: he had left
her for the -otn pan lon ah Ip of omother
woman. She said he ha* gone to Kufbpe
to live and had sold his Interest In the
[‘roadway saloon to John
She sold that ahe wia ready to prove
that porliett originally had eold the flgh'
in MK'oy; thfit the latter pugilist did not
train for that retison. and that Corbett,
five minutes before the men went Into the
ring, went hack on hie bargain and whip
ped *he man to whom he should hove lost
fihe asserted that the details of the deal
were arranged by Tom O'Hourke and Ed
die Burke, both prominent fight promo-
O'Rourke sgid. laughingly, last night:
''l only wish he had let me In on such a
good thing I would have had a few more
dollars than I now have, you ran bet, I
am the last one In the world that Corbett
would come to In such a thing 80. you
see, any connecting me w.th it Is ridicu
"Kid" McCoy was seen In his saloon In
Broadwray. and aakl ao a reporter for the
"Why. It's ridiculous on the faee of It.
I don't care what any one ways about that
hghl I was beaten fairly. 1 fought a
smothering fight when I shouldn't have—
John Cnnsldlne, Corheu'e best friend
and his partnrr In the tlroawsy saloon,
had this to say of Ihe allegations made by
"Corbett ha* not sold out his saloon II
Is ridiculous to think he made any deal In
that fight at all. or In any other fight.
He's gone away from New York, yew-ami
he'll he back again, too. I haven't heard
anything about any divorce suit, snd I
don't believe that there will be any. Cor
bett has treated hi* wife too well for her
to leave him rtf course, a* every one
know*, they have had a lot of family
trouble, but I guess there's much to be
said on both eldes In regard to that. Cor
bett haan't left New York for good I
won' say where he's gone, but he'll be
Eddie Burke, the other alleged go-be
tween In the Mi-Coy Incident related by
Mrs Corbett, could not be found last
night. Hl* friends—and he has many
strong ones—scouted ihe Idea that he
could he entangled In anything of Ihe
kind, saying he was too true a sporting
man to he mixed up In such a transaction.
Regarding the disappearance of Mis*
Cornllle many storln.- were afloat last
night She Is English, tv r real name be
ing M irgaret Churchill Dagmar Her spe
cialty Is the singing of French song*, and
she had been engaged to play a part In
"A Million Dol am" In Ihe N. w York the
ater. She appeared last on the roof gar
den there on last Monday night, and since
then lias not been seen about the thea
ter. Corbett was known to have admired
her. and It la said she frequently was
seen about his training quarters In Bath
She lived In the Hotel Olrard, hut left
there. It was said. In company with her
mother yesterday morning Her destina
tion was not known, hut It was rumored
that she had gone to Europe In the Cam
Her appearances In pahllc with Corbett
have cxelbd comment for wsekMO the al-
Irgid elopement was not unexpected. The
steamer's sailing list does not show either
Corbett's or Mile. Cornllle's name.
George Consldlne left on that ship, how
ever. with Ihe expressed Intention of ar
ranging light between Corbett and Jeff
ries. to be "pulled off" In London at an
About two months ago Mrs. Corbett
underwent an operation, the effects of
which she still suffer* from Early In the
year she sold No 117 West tin.- Hundredth
and Nineteenth street, a home given to
her by Corbett, but say* she turned the
money It brought over to him From a
woman companion, who said she repre
sen'ed Mr*. Corbett. It was learned thtit
nearly all this money had b< en spent, and
that she had little left for current ex
penses. It was this said the companion,
that embittered her so against her hus
TO WATHR TAKER*.
Ofßre of Savannah Water Works.
Savannah. <Ja . Sept. 12. I9UO
The water will he *hut off on York
•tre t, between Wat Rroid ami Whitaker
streete. Thnr<lay morning 9 o'clock. Sept
13. Will remain ofT for a few hour* for
the purpoae of making connection
1. U. KINSKY. Supt.
NOTICE IIK COPARTNERSHIP.
The underslgtu <1 hove thl* day formed
a ccparttverehlp for the purpose of con
tinuing and carrying on the business of
Wilder A Cos., taking over the asads and
•••timing the llahl |tle* of Jo*enh I.
Wilder, drceased. lately doing business
und r the firm name of Wilder * Cos The
firm name will remain unchanged nnd ihe
lm*lne* will be conducted for u* by Wm
W Williamson a* manager
OEORUIA PAOK WILDER.
ANNE PAOK ANDERSON
Savannah. Oa., Sept. 12. 1900.
All hill* agaln*t the Htltlsh teamhlp
Axmlnster mttt he presented at our olßc
before 12 o'clock m. thl* day. or |ynient
thereof will he d< barred
STRACII AN A CO, Consignee#
Savannah. Oa . Sept 13. ISP.
WALI PAPEH, rtn.lt IIAMinO
We carry complete urorimml of tat<*t
atyle papers, and amploy only beat artlata
See our good* and get our eatlmata be
fore giving out your work. Our prlca* the
SAVANNAH BUILDINO SUPPLY CO..
Corner Drayton and Congress.
TUI. \\ A A 111 l I I A A l AIIITIT*.
The only way to get yoOr carpets prop,
arly takan up, • leaned an I taken cant of
for tha auinn.er U to turn the Job over to
the District M.aa-t g r and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2, or call at 32 Montgomery
st eet, and tha* will make you an a*t|.
mate on the cost of tha work Prloas
ri*bn*ide They alo pack, more and
•tot* furniture and pianos
C. 1L MEDLOCK, Supt. and Mgr.
F%t|Jos. A. Magnus
IESSS & Cos.
If f SR
BMBi Cincinnati, O.
CHIAHOLM.—The relatives and frisnds
of Mrs Kltsa C Chisholm nr# Invited 10
att#n*i her funeral services at the lisle*
pendent I'reahyterl.in Church this after
non at 4 o’clock.
FITZBIMONB- The relatives and friends
of Mrs f'Amcia Fltzsitm'n# are Invite*! to
4(t#(d her funeral from No. tulethorpe
avenue. wct, at 4o'clock this utter
KNIOHT—The friends and relative* of
Mrs. L F Knlaht and family and of Mr
and Mrs T l>. Robert* are Invited to at
tend the funeral of Freddie, only aon of
the former, from No. 105 York etreet, west,
at it.3o o’clo k this morniriK.
Mfc.Au 1 IM*S.
/LIU MB A llt I I olM.l: No i.l a
A regular communi- at ion of this JL
lodge will be hell thi - (Thursday)
evening at 8:15 o’clock.
Members of -Ister lodges and transient
brethren are fraternally Invßed to meet
With us Ry order
PLEABANT A STOVALL. W. M
J A. HERBCHBACH. Secretary.
BPM i It HOTII I*
The following r*solution was adopted
at a mass mat ting of ct'lsen.* held on the
lJlh Inst, at the City Kxchange:
Resolved. That the lady managers and
pr*siden(s of the several charitable as
soda?ton* In this city meet at the City
Lxchange this day, the 12th Inst., at 5 p.
m . to ink* Into cc net deration the qtietion
cf gathering up clothing to a:d the dis
tressed of Galveston.
In accordant e with the above, the lady
presld* nts and managers of the charitable
institution* and other ladles tnteret*d are
invited to meet at the City Exchange thin
day. at 5 p m lIKRMAN MYKKD,
Chairman Citizen* Meeting.
WM P HAILEY, Bocretary
THIMI NE BICYCLES.
It % It III.EH BICY CLES.
We have these machines In all sixes nt
frames and In different Colors Our stock
of Chatnless model* I* the most complete
In the Souih Five distinct style* to se
lect from. We can dupll. ate any other
chalnk* on the market and save you
We carry the larged stock of Limps.
IL-lls and Hundrlea In the city. Positively
no "seconds" sold here, each article bear
ing Ihe makers' name and the best that
We aril Palm, r and Goodrich Tire*
These are the heat for durability and
easy running on the market, and our
prices are less.
Our Repair Department la equipped with
the latest machinery and we are prepared
to turn out work promptly. In this de
partment O'.r motto Is how well It can
he done, not how cheap Bend your w heel
to u* and II will be handl'd by experts,
and not by cheap and Inexperienced la
FREE AIR THE ASKING
R. V. CONNEHAT,
Bell Phone No. 6V> No 3K-MR Hull Bt.
LEVAN'S TABLE D'HOTE DIN.NEHA.
.Dinner Ito 3 and to 9. Thursday, Sept. 12
8p ekkd Tioul, Egg Sauce.
Potatoes, St. Julienne
Sliced Tomatoes, with French Dressing.
Queen Olive*, Chow Chow. Mixed Pickle*.
Calf* Llvrr Bau.ee, ml.h Fine Herb*.
Macaroni au Gralln.
Prime Rib* of Beef, Dish Gravy.
Htcefleld Limb, Brown Gravy.
Mashed Potatoes, Green Pea*.
Rolled Okra, Rice, Stewed Tomato s.
PASTRY' AND DESSERT.
Potato Pie, Assorted O ik- *.
Lemon Water Ice.
LEVAN S CAFE AND RESTAURANT.
11l Congress street, west.
HOY Al. Ml MIC H ALL,
218-21* Broughion street, west.
THE PEOPLE S PLEASURE ,RESORT.
Week commencing Monday. Sept 19.
First appearance of
MISS LIZZIE STEWART.
The B wee 1 Singer.
Also anew sene* of
Bl*reoptlen Slide* and Dloramlc Views.
A FEATURE SHOW OF NOVELTIES
RICH. RARE AND RACY.
Admt**lnn 10c. Box Seat* 25c.
lima FOR SCHOOL at rri.iK*.
Rd* for school supplies for one year
will he iscelved at the office of the Su,e -
Intedent of School* till noon Sept. 2.’.
The** supplies consist of Stationery.
House Suppiha. Priming. Wood and Coal.
Stove* and Btov* Repair* Duplicate
blanks and other Information mav he oh.
mined at the office of the Superintendent
All pei* n* are heteby cautioned agilnst
harboring or trusting any of the ctew of
the British teamshlp Maeconomo. Mann,
master, frtm New Y'ork. as no deb<* of
their contracting will be paid by master,
owners or by
.W. W. WILSON, Agent, Consignee
Makes flo<la Wo er at home.
Films, Photo. Supplies. Craphophones
and Developing, Robin- s®*' l rep*ir.
EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES.
son s Hath Cain nets. |, w (hat o ij,, n charge i-'.s#.
If yon have RHEUMATISM be sure and get a bottle of
FRANK’S* RHEUMATISM CI'RE- It never fails. Price $1.50
bottle When cured you remain cured.
LIVINGSTON'S TWO PHARMACIES.
801 l and Congress. Branch 309 Bull Street.
PHONES IM. BOTH PHONES. I’HONE SIC.
IN EXCELLENT SHAPE
Fine Laundry Work.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West. Phone 383,
I'AILUIXU Ut* t.U.XU IkLAMI I'tSU"
UHATKIt PIPPIN APPLK CIHKH.
This pur> ctdar la .arved on st amsra on
th* Anwrlcan 1))*. um* at th WalJorl-Aa
to't* sn'l Icad.ng family grocera tn Naw
l'aubllig * Flppln r;der Is made from
ihe put* Juice of hand p!< ke<* apples Irom
hi* own mill on the pientlees. It U abeo
lutely pure f>ple juice, and all the effer
v w.nr is natural, and we guaranies
to be the ch> tcest rider In >hi world.
L>ding phye,clans In New York and
Brooklyn recommend thta older to their
Tallents Ite p rf.et purfty Is g.iaraiu-wt
n Paulding's Pippin ctdar. only I-ong ls-
P.nd Newton's Plpt>'n* aie used. Th# ap
pies are tali on the ree until late tn Oc
tobar when they are hand picked and
placed tn a dry ro m to ripen.
Paulding say* "the appl-a are Ihnr ugh
ly crushed tn hie own milt ant th* juice
pressed out and run Into sweet clean
casks" The difference be’ween crushing
and grinding ap*’lea Is very great
You will Know Ihe difference between
cr etc and app ea and ground apples If von
take some stems and chew them, you will
And ghat bitter taste which ts not with
Paulding's crush'd apples This elder has
not the extreme sweetness of the Husset
cider, and everyone wtlU find the t’auld
*ng i Pippin cider Just right to take with
dinner LI PPM AN BROS .
Sola Agents In Bavannafc.
Pit E-Mail VE YOt It SIGHT
By wearing glasses that not alons enable
you to aee. but correct every defect tbai
There le no guesswork In our methods
We have the latest and most approved
scientific apparatus for accurate eye test
ing. We make no charge for consulta
tion or examination, and ehouid you na-d
'the services of a physician we will frank
ly tell you so.
Our crystal tenses ere perfect Ut every
respect, being ground under our own su
pervision. They cannot be compared tn
value to the kind offered as cheap by the
an-calld opticians or Jewelers who han
dle Inferior glasses oa a side Una.
DR. M SCHWAB * BON.
Excluetve Opticians. 47 Bull Street.
N. B.—Oculist prescriptions filled same
day received. Repairing done at short
rtRHIMiE AMI WACtOY fOSI’IUY.
f.nrisest Wholesale and Retail Ileal
era in Veblelea and Harness
ItrnnKlitnn nnd West Broad fltrerte,
Suwanee Springs Cos.. Suwanee, Flo.:
Gentlemen— Having been a r. rident of
thl* and adjoining counties for Hfty-eeven
year*, and a practicing physician annul
thirty, have had a favorable opportunity
of observing the effects of your spring
as a remedial agent. I can cheerfully say
that for certain clauses of diseases I have
wen some miraculous cure*, vlx: Rheu
matlsm. kidney Yind bladder affections,
skin diseases, eronlc dyspepsia, etc. The
winter ha* a One tonic and alterative ef
fect. a* evinced by the magic Increase of
appetite, tone to the system, etc.
S. T. OVERSTREET. M IX.
Live Oak. Fla.
All you can drink for 5c at Livingston'*.
Have your mattreeses and feathers ren
ovated by our medicated steam process
before a change In weather takes place.
(The only plant In Savannah.) It over
come* all Impurities and renews life and
volume In all bedding material Price* on
ler.ovatlon of feather* as fol-ows: Beds
13,50. bolsters 31. pillows too. Cotton, tnoas
and hnlr mattresses made to order. Fine
work, low prices. Work guaranteed.
NATIONAL MATT HESS AND HKNO
Bell phone 113*. 331 Drayton street.
bil l'll K.
City of Savannah. ,
Offlc* Clerk of Council.
Savannah. Ga . Bept 4. lisjn
Rids will be received et thl* office until
12 o'clock m Friday. Bept. 21, 1900, for
furnishing the Police lkpaiiiwent with
winter uniform*, aeordlng to specifica
tion* to b seen at the police barrack*
The right is reserved to reject any or all
bid* WM P. BAILEY.
Clerk of Council.
i tlii.i: n viti.uni m: mi hi -
lo rent, located head of Rroughton
street, on Writ Bread, now occu
rred by Ih* Savannah Carriage and
YVugon Cos As they will give up
business in the city on June 1. I of
fer ll for rent from that date
H. P. SMART
r%l*T*, oil.*. WALL
Get nut price* on the best good*
for yanr handing.
ANDREW HANLEY COMPANY.
Neither the master nor consignee* of
(lie Rrltlsh steamship Labuan. Gardner,
master, will be responsible for any debt*
contracted by crew of *ald vessel
J. F. MINIS & CO., Consigning
il lMgll HOTICBS.
Under the Sun.”
So (tee* the old adage, and yet we can
show you any number of articles in our
line an NEW and and *o PRETTY that
not seen changes of style or fashion can
m.ke them look old.
We have heard of the "GOOD OLD
TIMER" and we twlteve In the "GOOD
NEW ONES." and Jurd think It over.
Our price* are always right.
Hunter & Van Keuren,
Oa. Phone Ml . 143 Bull Street
Of Every Description
HENRY SOLOMON & SON.
will not trouble 70a If 70a *••
MMOOMUIiEET. It Is a picas* at
Is m tollrt powder (hat instantly di>
prla (he illingrreablt odon arising
OLD STYLE COLD CREAM
ttlvoa quirk relief for ibi burns and
• kin troublaa.
tor will save
TBS PVR CENT.
hr sarins roar hills an as be
fore (he 13th Inst.
H. O. LEVY mo.
Clly of Savannah.
Office Fire Department,
Savannah. Ga . Bept. 1, 1909
Proposal* for furnl*hlng the Fire De
partment with winter uniform* will he re.
calved al Ihe office of Ihe undersigned
until 12 o'clock m of Saturday. Sept. 22.
1900. Speclffcallon* will be furnished upon
application at ihe office of th* Fire De
partment. corner of Indian and West
ltroad street*, any day between the hour*
of 9 a. m and sp. m.
All propo-ul* must he sealed and ad
dressed to Ihe Committee on Fire,
Uniform* to he delivered f o. h In Sa
vannah on or hefoie Oct. 15. 19U0 The
committee reserve the right to reject any
and all proposals or lo award ihe contract
In part or a* a whole.
JOHN E MAGUIRE, Hupl.
City of Savannah.
Office Clerk of Council,
Sept. 7. unto.
A vacancy having occurred In the office
of messenger of Council, caused by ihe
death of the tale Messenger John Harrt
*on. and In accordance with a resolution
adopted in Council Sept, ith. Hut. nolle*
I* hereby given that an election will he
had at the next regular mealing of Coun
cil. lo be held on Ihe 19th Inst at * p in.
to fill the unexpired term, all application* I
to be filed with the Clerk of Council at
or before 12 m. of ihe 19th Inst. Rond of
lafrili required: names of bondsmen must
accompany the application
YVM P BAILEY.
Clerk or Council.
HIM* l\ Ivi EH.
Office Director of Public Works. Bavan- J
nah. Ga , Sept. s. 1900.—Bid* will be re- I
reived at thm office until Saturday. Bept. I
IS. 19no. at 12 o'clock noon, city time, for
the privilege of assorting garbage pile for
all material*, such as rags, paper, tin
can*, glass and al: substance not of fer-
Drilling value. All hid* to be mad* good
for one year Envelopes to be marked
"Bid* for assorting garbage " The city I
reserve* the right to reject any or all bid* 1
Bid* 10 be opened In the presence of bid
der*. OE<X M. OADBDEN. Director.
By the American Bonding and Trust
< ompany of Ralttmor*. We are author
ised to execute locally (Imm dlately upon :
application), all bonds In Judicial pro- *
ceding* In either Ihe state or Untied :
Riate* courts, and of administrators and
DFABINO * HULL. Agent*
Telephone 321. Provident Bul’dlng,
On* of our ctlents baa placed in oar
hand# SX.OOV to loon ou good Savannah
tool estate at reasonable rate* of lnt*r**g
BECKETT * BECKETT.
U Praaidtni *UMt. tuk,
LEOPOLD ALLER. JNO I:
C T. ELLIS. BA It no v
View Prcsklenl. Ass' fa.
Tlie Chatham Bank
Will be pleased to receive th
of Merchants, Firm*. Indivtdu, “>, J '*'*
Liberal favors extended
Unauriwssed collection fact!. Me, .
ing prompt returns
I.Y Oh Ilk'poxiTt.
Ssfstjr Deposii Rratsa and Vault. .
rant Correspondence aollclted.
Oh 4AVAH.IAU. "
A > Miasm, .a M ,
bvavist UaUk| M ■
Busin r s. 4
hG4U ,. 4ItU
Mnahssu, Swalsa ata,. t . rM ,
Cwllsettow. ha.Wlo with
•••••■*r sail dispatch. ~
latrre.i earn founded .
■ Ilwssad deposit, tp „ r ~,,
BRANTLEY A. DEKHAkK, Pre.tg,^
gKORGE C. KRKnm, ra.hte,
BOHDOXI L. GROOVER, Asst. , . Tt|
of the State of G#crgia
eapltwi ’... Laid,
Surj.ius and undivided prom, ... -
DKPOSITOIIY tK THE STATE or
Superior faculties lui transacting .
’ i. II- 1.11 1. it.e i,„
Collections made un all po.nts
aoesslid. ihiough ban*- and bankers.
Accounts oi liuiiks, IT*uk< ai. i.r.axtia
and others sollolted. Safe DtpueH Box.,
Depsrtmenl g>f Savings, Inierest payable
Beils Sterling Exchange on London a
JOHN FLANNERY. Pretldenl.
HORACE A CRANE. Vic* President
JAMES Si'LI.IVAN c,hler
JNG. FLANNEKY. WM w. OORDON.
E. A. WEIL* W. W GORDON j r
H A CRANE. JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROY MYERS JOSEPH FERBT
H P SMART CHARLES EI.LIS
EDWARD KELLT. JOHN J KIRBY
Accounts of hanks, merchants, corpora
tions and Individuals solicited,
Savings Department, Interest paid
Safely Boxes and Storage Vaults for
Collections mad# on dll points at rea
Drafts sold on all the chief cities ol lh,
JOSEPH D WEED President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice President
W F. Mr CAP LEY. Cashier.
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided profits tusur
This bank offers Its services to corpora
tions. merchants and tn.ilvlduals.
Has nu homy to act ua executor, ad
ministrator, guardian etc.
lesu.a drafts on the principal dues le
Great Britain and Ireland and on the
Inter.si raid or compounded quarterly
on dap .nils In the Savings Department.
Safety Boxes for rent
HENRY lILT7N. President.
OEO W TIEDEMAN. Vice Presided
JOHN M HOGAN. Cashier
WALTER F. HOGAN. Ass'! Cashier
No. KAO. Chartered, lIM.
IMIS Kill H
CAPITAL, ito>.<ol. SURPLUS. 1101,2*
UNITED BTATEB DEPOSITORY.
J A. t'arson. President.
BEIKNE GORDON. Vice President
YV M DAVANT. Cashier.
Accounts of hank* and hanker*, mer
chants and corpora 1 lona received up*
the moat favorable term* con*l*tent with
safe and conservative banking
THE GEORGIA STATE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Assets over SBOO,OOO.
5 PER CENT, per annum allowed on
deposits, withdrawable on demand Inter
est credited quarterly.
PER CENT, per annum allowed oo
deposit* of even hundreds, withdrawable
at annual period*.
GEO W TIEDEMAN, President.
B. H LEVY, Vice President.
E. W. RELL. Secretary.
C O ANDERSON JR . Treasurer
OFFICE 15 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
provement Company, •
14 RRYAN STREET, EABT^
if Newsw lift
For sale, a Forsaltb Newspaper jrolJer:
will fold sheet 2 x4a. It Is In good order.
Prtc* 3109 II coal originally 11.190. Out
w# hava no use for It and warn lb* *>
Il will be an Invaluable adjunct to •”
newspaper olßo*. t
IF YOU WANT GOOD UATCKIAL
and work, order your lithographed
printed stationery and blank book* I l **
VnrnJn* Nut* Savannah. 0*