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MAULDIN SHOT DOWN CASON.
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IMNIUM OF 111 WIN ( HI STI.
imrirtl Tbm • l•• Wonmlril *•••’
KrlentU Halt tarlr<l out to Jrrb
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Man) Mr In 11% *• *• ••* “ffliiin.
Tronlilr I ni *l lh*r llir %rrrl •
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•nn-i aana %l 111 ProbHl> Dir.
Flt*u**raLi ‘in 17 At
tUn# mil*-* a '( • Fit*** il *•* ibt
Tlftoii and Non iltrn K;n wav, b*l
• hooili.K iffi iv t K |'a >• M* rI >ev n
i(i|r ,i .i u o lo K. In * i h th* town
mar>tii. tv Ihi* n*irm- of <“*. ***l. shot
tbrnufil and ihroiXh w th Wit. Ihmrr
In in# h o ,? ol Junv'* Mujllfn. *n
kon k> *| r of that plart
Tht inuiM • m t> havr i t m*n nvtf
thr arr* 'l of MiuM.i broth<*r-ln-law 1
John Kkl< hr. Ih* la> !*♦ and Ia! o
f# out * on* of 11 o 11• i hid • 'Hrly it > tr
Ihpfor# be wern rawon ar.<l Mauidii <’ ‘-*o
1* Mill a.tv*. tmi no tiofiep ri* tn’t t t.iln*'i
for hi# r#t ovrry
Th* wound* and man'll hontc I# n* ar
Rodi#|n. Wtl •* oumy whprp h* ho
mar. relative# find H l rtporttd they art
on their way hero to revet a# their
min i probable <v tth The Mi and im* ar I
F etcher# are ,ilo very M *c in relstt'i
whip In thie county, an If a n*ht l
started It will he eerlou .
The eh totii a I.- r arefied vrr much t>
all the ROud |*ople of Irwin e in?-.
%noflier irritant f It.
Tlftori, Ga . Bepr 17 - Marshal Caan
of arte town of Myatl ft ft * n mile a on-‘
of Tlfton, In Irwin com * wa# Mj? *r.d
|aob.it-iy fatally wounded la*t night by
unknown par i* The rouble appus
to have originate*) a few week# *o when
Caeon had u Jiffl ulty wltn two men
oanvd Mauldin aid John Phc-lj**. wno
re arrr#t when Caeon arreMei young
John Fiet her i Im# n*r-iii-..w of the
Phelpe and Mauldin. Yesterday evening
Cason went to Fittgerald. and on hi#
raturn. moou- nigh*, was a*cn#te| by •
party of three or mor< men near trie de
pot. who opened flr tipcai him He re
turned the fire, knoc king one man* hat
*ff. when h* w,. root from * dlwan
with >* Winch*...ter •rifle. ?h* ball enter
ing hie hreapt and -online out through his
ha k. I nil Ting wnat will probably prove
a fatal wound He i- iisn shot through
the legs with *mall shot
Sue;* <*n points •- Mauldin Fletcher
and Phelps, hut pending tn Investigation
It la tmio-*sth|e to knate the man who
fired th rifle ho*.
AIDITOH* MKKT IN %TL.%%T%.
They U ere Ills*uins *tl|erf of In
Atlanta, flepr 17 —A meeting of the
auditors of the varlotie lino- inrereo# t
In interline hiring from K M*tort> nd Vlr
ginla cities, wits held In the office of F
A Htaljr of tir Atlanta and West Pom#
Railroad and \S estern Railway of Ala
bama this morning
Interline billing was nrr.m*e*j to take
effe ton O : 1 This |s anew departure
for the roa 1- u l |t saves re-blUlng at
Junction point*. nat |e. n one-wav billing
will cover freight from New York to NVw
Orleans h\ ste.im-hlp and roll lines. This
billing will be b> way of the Atlantl
C'oaet Une 0-.>tgia Kailroa I and Allant.*
and We- Po'nt Railroad, oral Western
Raliw iv of \ t >ama. rv>i th<
and Naahvll.e Raltwav. This means i
through fr Ight line over this routi
Thos.. present or th. nn-ting were R
A William- .itidltor t Rich
m>rHi and Hprn ,’er U > (lran4. nssis ant
auditor at Norfolk, ol he Atlanta. Coa*d
Line. I. j f><*onnor. re}res*‘nting th**
R<<llrnl. Aiik n>l: < i Hi. w
• n .li->Mnl audllor. lulvtll a r<l
Is.>bvlllt i, K < H. siy, aiMliK.r
Allans uni Wmi I'oin* nn.l W.-urn
Kalimay . f A,ai..rmi. Allan!, . A K w H
|r* of ih. irnffi 'l.|.uim.-nt of tho At
lanta nn.| n.it Point Rallrw.l rwl \\'*,.i.
*m Hallway of Alataim i, at M-intiom
•nr- Chari** A Ml.nk rhlnf , l*rk of
th* tram <|. narim. nt of :h* noil
ro.nl at Ati*u*t. ( .
THVIWU TO nttf *l Mm f.01.K.
Atlanta Foil** H*pnrt fh* Hnl(*r to
M rriintrr Rroylr.,
Atlanta, Bpt. 17 -Bun.lajr golf cum*, at.
PiwlmnrM Fiirk my Iw- atoppi.l hy ,h*
Atlanta fiollce. It ha. h*. n cu.tom of
th* Flrdmont tlolf Club to play „||
KuniJav at th* park. Th* iwrlio* hav*
hrrrtofor* b**n hi tin! to th* mm. . on th*
• round., hut to-day Capt. John Thompaon
of the morn mu war. h. a.ke.l K reorder
Hroyl*. |f th* prar’l** wa. * violation of
th* Bunflay law. Th* Recorder r***rv*d
hi. decision It thoiiKht h will .I*. t.|*
■aaln.t th* Ram* 11. r Su.kd.lt,
pr**|.|*nt of th* • luh. .aid to-*lay In ref
*r*nr* to th* Sunday Ram*.:
‘'Sunday la th* Rr< a Rolf day In th*
North rd K.h| and every one plays u
thr* on that day. Th*r* I. a very va.l
rtlir*r*m* h*tw**n Rolf a,„t o h*r out-of
door .port, for th*r* ii- no nof.* and no
crowd attracted l,v It that l. no crowd.
In Ih* writ** of thorn .■ g g ■ -n„
m.mt>*r of our club or tm. of them. *o
out on Sunday, and knn k th* ball ,it.iut
• lit*l* }u*t for th* cx*rc|*c tha* they Ret
That I. about all that ha. been done hy
them and I do not think that th* poll**
hav* anythlnß to do with It. 1 am .ur.
when th* ma'ter I. presented to Recorder
Rroyl*. that he will not order It .topped
If th*r. wrrc any imt.li exhibition In It.
It would b dlfTrr*nt."
A. fh* affair now stand, there will he
nothlnß done uijlim Recorder Hroyl*. or
lit RT OKTf Hl l-ll IM Ilin:.
Mar Mart lit* Fleetrle Light and
Atlanta. Pept 17. Joel Hurt and the
Allan a Hallway and p wer r mpirv. af
ter applying to the ('tty Council for more
than a year for franchise to construct
an electric lighting anrl power plant, wu
to-day voted the coveted privilege by the
Th* only electric lighting and power
plant now In operation here I* that of the
Oeorgla Kle trie Light Company, of which
H M Atktr.Mm 1- preittdent and
hi* aroo|at< J;*ve u|)y fought
Hurt ?, demand for permission to *tart
com petition for many month*, contending
that the l grin'* to Hurt were un
fair to hi* i manv in pdnt of time and
condition* nam and In the franchise.
Th< ordlnar • |.i**-d up to-day limit*
the if of Hurt'* grant to twenty year*.
I wa* pic-'l without any of the long
debate- wh'ci chararterUed former con
iidetati tr of Hurt'* ai-pt. rattens.
Hoitf-: monta ion v iiooi.fi.
Atlanta Hill %rrne to Admit All
Atlanta. Sept. 17 Th> City Council to
day approprlini 1i.500 from the treasury
to relieve the pr**ui- f n the public
school*. The money w.?l b vpent in ad
ding new room** to th* ?- hon’ huldHlgt
which *r now in. I fjiuit* inn ?cmtno ‘at<
tne pupil- wjjo were anpl ng Thu* the
children wnl h* given privilege or it*
tending in* pubic school* through ihc new
** Wilful Waste
Makes Woeful Want."
ft is as tvAsteful not to letrart <a'h*t
you nerd *nd might hjtvr as it is to squai
drr whit you ibtidy pcssrss. Halt h a
a priceless possession. You art secure -t
And keep it by tikmg HooeTs SirsApA’CiA
which purifies the blood, cures disease . and
imiigorites the whole system.
W /> n . /a
If __M f i.l •#/
wHiruuM. mhit:t hiiiht.
fr**m lmpr% emml l 'on t Me
Mnilf An iilnnis
| * it— M\<*r Wnmtwgnl tr*.
Iny h4> n i 'live and energetic measures
iow.ird> th* buikib tt of n viaduct over
Whitehwd street r.!!rod ros*lng. If th**
* (Torts of t**e Mayor ne ! * s*. work
1 t>r th* fotirsiihon ft the gigantic structure
will lieg-n In i short lime In fh.vt event
i \.4- f Improvements will follow oc White-
I hall an 1 Penchtree streets.
It 1* estimated t v - onsef v stive p i sons
•nm th.. $2 *•••*•* will b* expends*!
I or. the tw*> streyis If the viaduct is * on*
-trii t*T For several w* ek Mayor
Wools irtl h*- hid the question of the
viaduct under <on*iant onslde rat loti, and
i **w he feele grsatly * n oursged. and
hope* t t h* Yi-id.i- t will h* (xmatructrsl
very aan Mayor Woodward has already
c nsuli* *1 wih President John M Kgan
of the Central K tilt* id ami President
‘Jt-org* c. Srniih of the Atlar.M ami West
Point Rudroad regarding the vidu t
Whl> r ere was ro deflnlfe conclualon
reiched is a r-sul of these conference#,
and no dire t protsositlon made to th** r*ll
r*ud h> the Miv >r. ihe meeting, were
loth highly tory o him Ho h
gentlemen aeeme 1 favorablv impressed
with *h* ide * of a viadu- t over IVhiteht
The Atlanta Rapid Transit (V-mpanv, nn
ipplhant for strict con'ess lons. luis of
fertd ths r l ty gvtOfin toward- the \i*<lu t.
nolMK* OK ! %% MJiHUKA.
I'latol kkota siionnl That Murder
\\ •'mini hi % t inmltted.
Quitman. Cm . Sept. 17 —Two unknown
negroes were found dead Sunday morning
near the public road, etx miles south of
Quitmis' The Mks were about thirty
yards from the road and were badly de
composed and It Weis by the terrible ordor
that they w. r** discovered
estlgatkm by the coroner's jury
showed that n number of pistol shots were
heard last Wednesday night at 1 o'clock
by farmers living near the scene of the
rime, but bere was not the slightest
rrace of evidence tending to show a motive
for the crime or ita ierpeirator*. One of
the negroes was shot directly In the top
of th** head and evidently while was
asleep The other had three wounds In
the hack and side of his head, moat prob
ably made while trying to rise.
There is no known cause for the crime
and h- murder li- a mystery. Letters on
their p • -one addreem-d to P< t r and lan k
Clurk nl mailed at Camden. 8. C.. show
tbit they came from that state Two ne
*4-0 desperadoes heve been In hiding ne£r
The scene of the crime and It la believed
they committed the crime for the purpose
of robbery, but this i* mere surmise.
\TI.%\T% IIKINIT PItOHLI.N.
Itnllronri* Heunealcit tn Nnhmll n
I'I>• nI l*rn|inMlnit.
All ml*. Sept. 17.—1n a three-hours
meting *hls morning the member* of Hi*
fij—,al legislative- Depot Commission,
which ha* under advisement the pl*n to
build i new depot In Atlanta, threshed
over old miterl.il without definite result*.
When adjournment came |t was an
iioutM • I by memlierti of the mm ml salon
tlmt the only thing done war to request
the railroads to atuhmtf their final propo
sition at a meeting of the commission, to
be held on Oct. 5.
The tni .-tlng to-day was held In the Gov
ernor's ofh. e Representing the r.lTviads,
there were present. MrJ. Thomas of the
Naehvllle. Chattanooga nml St. Louis
Railroad President Kean of the Central
Railway . President Smith of the Atlanta
•nd Wes* Point. Col. Andrews, vice pres
ident of the Southern Kailway ami former
Gov McDaniel, a director of the Geor
cta Railroad Gov. tan ller presided
others present on liehalf of the slaate. be-
Ing Attorney General Terrell. .\|t Hrown.
special conn*-. for the Western ami At
lantic, and Represeii te*lve Rower.
1111* l IRRRkTBD AGAIN.
\t hltley Company Ant Satisfied With
Amerlcua, Ga . Kept. 17 —A warrant was
Issued here this afternoon at the Instance
of the Whitley Grocery t'ompany. against
K. l. Maya, formerly connected with
I hat house In the capacity of traveling
salesmen, charging a discrepancy In re
turns made of collections from customer*
In nearby towns.
Similar warrant* were issued again I
the defemtani In Webster county recently.
• ut iin.mb.,..l Upon hlr -*M?!!Tstffn***t 'rtil
Is-fore Justice of the Peace Hell. Not
atlstled with this dispovttlon of the case,
the WhlUey tlrocery Company had war.
t ints issued In hoih Macon and Sumter
counties, upon practically the same title
gallons a* In Webster county. Mr. llays
Immediate >• gave bond In the two left r
e*. waiving commitment trial. Hr pro
lesses uhiiitv io establish hi* Innocence
of .my wrong doing when the cose i*
I < ird It Is und< r-tood that the alleg.-d
discrepancy a* charged by the Whitliv
ompany. |* nearly C.isxi Hay* Is now
traveling salesman for a Columhua whole
RAISED A DIRTINDANCE.
Mayor of l.oulevlllc Fined a Yanihcr
I-oul*vllle, Ga.. S.-pt 17Alhert Key.
Chatlln Danforih. Richard JarkMvn. El
herl Lowery and Josh Edwards, all ne
gro.*, yesterday went to tamp meeting
and got pretty thoroughly filled with
comp meeting bug Juice They came back
to town raising such a disturbance that
the.v Were to-night brought before Mayor
Crawford, who plac'd a line of fl.*> or thlt
ly day* each, cn th-m Altxrt Key was
*• nt IO Jail tor Hixty days fos tiring a
plltoi Inside Ihe city limit*.
Primary on Sepl. 21 will Deride Who
It Sholl Be.
Louisville Ga 8- pt 17—The number of
candidate* tn ihe nice for ordinary ha*
gradually dwlndl and down from < .ght lo
five a* the primary which l* called lor
Sept 21. draw* near, the warmer the race
he com* - The surviving candidate* are
Cap! W. W. Rhode*. Mr J |. H. Al
exander. Mr J J. Whlgliam, Mr. B 8
Car*,ll and Mr. J K. Kingman Ii Is
rumored that the latter will rellre from
tCCF.KM % i WO Cl Mil. All pqy.
Your 'lruxglM will refund your money If
Paso Ointment fall* lo rure Ringworm.
Tetter. Oid Ulcer* snd Sore*. Pimple# and
Itlaekheade on tbe lave. Wild all skin d!s
aases. aOv —atL i
THF MORNING NEWS: Tt'ESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1900.
n.Mt:R HCPONTBD *IAK.
l. t.rral (nil.lt In (oluntbn.
I .ill It Wa. DUtiro.*n.
oolutxtitu. Us.. H*p( 17 —Ur*nt *x It*-
m. pr*ll*d h*ra U>-<ljr ov*f |h. r*-
l>rt that th* ••!ttj W C Itra<H*> h.l
h**n .unk ami nil on honrtl !<. Sn*
• olor wa* 4*n' th* r*port hy Ih* 1 * ‘
t that th* ittimti wa. mor* thut twit.tv
four boar. p. .t ilu. Th* owntti -tn*l
n*i> ptp*r tiflli*. w*r* h*.t*R*tl with tl'
*r* ml t*l*i>hon* m< -natß*. all th* af<*r
n-njr. a-klnß about th* rtport tl thl
• ftrri.oon an I to-n!cht teiewram. (rant all
.•*r th* countrv knt* in m.ikln* Inqu.ri .
' about the affair.
Mann r Ittitl*\ rr *l\*.t a toltttnm a
.• >,io*k. ►tntin* that th* ntimti ti*.al
Kufaula a' I o . ... k whi, h put an *tv>
to th* anxiety, tb* fact t>*ln* hull\ttn<.l
ital ttnnotiniexl In th* afternoon |-<!'*r
| To* Itrfl*v will Hrnv* a: .lavltßht win
a tho i,an-1 bat*, of votton. and big title
*ll innut fr* ght
TILLMIN OX OIK. (XI/ATIOX.
In Xnnther Klaibt ll* XXIII llax* III*,
pen.nr. Xian Xam*<t.
Columbia 8 C.. Sept. 17 -Senator Till
man rloj pe I over her* on bl way to
make *p*ch** In XVlaconaln long enough
to *xpt*- .atl.lactlon with Ih* r*ult
of th* prtmarlea. He dhl not know If th*
uueatkm wa. nr,ally arttle-l If another
organt*.d fight wa. mad*, he did not
know if he would take part, but would
Ccitalnly * rgan xatl n met with or
gantaatlon He would hav* th* dl*p-n*ary
people nam* thrlr min a. ih* Prohibition,
let* had don*, and not .livid* up tie r
*tr<ngth That would only be a "nt||ti-
Hon. ’ he .aid, that th* i-eottl* would
rot obj* t to
*T, my.elf. wa* .URge.tel - by th*
Mar ti ( invention and then triumphant
ly elected ‘ "
XX XX DRIIUXIT) XT SEA HREECB-
The XXtf* of Hr. Rrott, an Knwllab*
•nan, l.nsl Her I ll*.
Jackaonvlll*. FH . Sept. 17 N*ws
reach** h*r* of th* accidental drowning
while bathing at B*a Mr****, a r**ort on
th* Ka.t Coa.t. of Mr* Scott, wtf* of
I>r Bfanl*y Scoat of (iotha. Fl*.
Ir. Scott 1* an Kngll.hman and I*
wealthy. Sine* th*tr marrlag* I)r and
Mr*. Scott hav* .pent most of their time
In Europe They had reeently returned.
Ir and Mr*. Scott had been .pending
a few week* at Seabreea*. enjoying ;lte
eurf bathing They have a pleaeant horn
and an orange grove n mile south of
floth*. In ftrtnge county Mr. Bcov
leave* tan young ehlklren She a t* a
hatwleom* and rultured lady of about
thlrty year*. Mr. Uoule Koehne and Mia*
Koehn*. her brother and l*l*r. have gone
to Se t breeze
APPOINTED % VOX NO I. XDT.
liar. Nr(*rf*f> bend* Her to the
Columbia. 8 C., B*pl IX —Oov. Me-
Sweeny h-< appointed *o Ihe >|. d|cal Col
lege of Charleston from the First Con
gressional district. Mis* Annahelle K
Prentl*. Thl* 1* a departure for the exec
utive. The young lady la the nr-t to re
ceive an appointment to the collage, al
though It l* a eery oil Institution with a
The appointment of Ml*. Prentl* xat
strongly recommended. Bh* I* an orphan
with .*\*r*l loot hers and sisters, and
these she has been helping support She
wished to enter the college and the t|ov.
• rnor has given her the county scholar
JORDAN GIVEN A HKCKI'TIOV
'I r tide red hy the Operatises of the
finale anil Phoenix.
Columbus, tia . Sept. 17.—President G.
Gantry Jordan of the Eagle and Phoenix
mills arrived from a lour of Europe to
dny and was given a pleasant surprise.
The liras* Hand amt Mandolin Cloh of
the Eagle and Pho.ntx Club met him at
the depot and escorted him to the club
house where an elegant reception was
tendered, site tided by urn or I.oo* opera
tives of the mills, and lh**lr guests.
Will El* Hdssaond Desse.
Atlanta. Sepc 17.—Edge wood avenue, one
of the prlnctpul thoroughfares of Atlanta
will be Immediately han*ed from It* al
most ImtsissibU' ci,million The City Coun
cil to-day appropriated 11.510 lo Imptove
the street. The work of raising the grade
of the avenue was stopped several months
agt# because the npproprtalton gave out
The new money allotted to-day wl I he
sufficient lo complete ihe work.
New Hotel at Holnhrldtae.
llulrbrldge. Ga.. Kept 17—The beautiful
new hotel, the Walntnan. was formally
opened 10-day hy Mr. Gevrge p Babcock
of Bradford, Pa, The building ha* ion
room* and Is located on the corner of
Itroad and Shotwell streets. surrounded
hy giant l.ve oaks, for which Balnbrldge
HI hhlA'N m EEH ALPHARET.
It lias Tltlrty-Dve l.rttera and home
Other Eeeentrle Vnaarlea.
From Stray Stories.
At the very threshold of the Russian
language you are confronted hy Ihe alpha
bet. and a most formidable obstacle It Is
to linguistic study. Cadmus, with n pro
phetic sympathy for the modern school
hoy, slopped short at Iwenty-four letters
when he Invented Greek, hul Cadmuskof
fovltchsky (us hi* Russian prototype is
• ailed), launches no fearer than thirty
five on the guileless foreigner,
Rome of these, R is true, have the name
form ae Roman characters, but as their
sound is Usually entirely different, this
similarity Is rather an addlilonnl stum
bling block than a help Others, again,
resemble our letters turned upside .town,
or wrong side about, or otherwise con.
There is one teller for which we con
ceived a profound respect, not unmixed
It resembles Ihe figure 111 on a des k
dial, and ha* Ihe appalling sound of
"ehtch " When w* came across a word
onlaining this letter we gaseil upon It In
Kent ndmlrailon Any a'tcmp: to pro
nounce It would, we felt, prove fatal to
our Incisors, and considering the high fees
hsrged hv good dentists we could not
afford to run any risks
Another curious specimen, like a small
b with a projecting snout on top, has ab
solutely no sound whatever, and Is defined
as a "Unal tnul* " In spile of (or perhaps
on a count of) Its silence It l* greatly In
evidence, no word of any site being con
sidered complete without It. Its only
purpose, sport from that of an ornament,
-e.-me lo is- io warn Ihe reader that Ihe
preceding word l* in Russian, and that he
must not try to pronounce It according
to Western rule#
When a foreigner write* his name In
Russian, he Invariably tack* this •final
muto" on to It, II |s regarded as a sub
lie compllmeni to the Russian nation, and
doubtless ha due we.ght'wllh the secret
Til EIRE % rtll.D l\ ONE n AY.
Take imitative Hrom • Quinine Tablet*.
All druggist* refund the money If It falls
to cure E W. drove's signature U on
each box. 25c —xd.
Madison Square. West. N. Y..
0. B LiBBEY. Prop.
W tNMl>f*t)# N givr
Th* location ol ihl* house I* most de
ttrsbl*. being entral to all pine* ol
amusement, ami to tbe .h iving district.
Bpeela! attention paid to the cuisine.
A number of very desirable .ulte* lo
rent f.*r the aimer
rrXENAX. .XX ITATION
CAIN The relative* an.; frbmls of Mr
sod Mr* Patrick fain ar- invl.ed lo at
tend the fun- ra! of the former at l oTIo-k
thl* afternoon from reslden-e, corner Bry
and Wf.t Boundary.
KEANE—The relatives and friends of
Mr and Mr. Jeremiah K*an* and fam
ily jr* Invtied to attend Ih* funeral of
tbe former, from No 111 Price *tre*l. at
\ :*• o'ok* k this afternoon.
DE K XI.B I.ODOE NO. ft. I. O. O. P.
A regular meeting of tbe lodge will ha
held this evening at S o'clock
M*mh- rs of sister lodge* and visiting
brethren • rdlally Invbed to attend
C. H CARSON. N. O.
V w. OROSB, S* retary.
axx xxx xii i.odgf. xo. iwa, n. p. o.
A regular meeting of thl* lodge will be
held this (Tuesday! evening at * JO o'clock
at Elk. Hall Visiting brother, are cor
dially Invited to attend
J J KIRBY. E R
I. J MAXWELL. 6- retary.
t XPAYETTB xi,i xxx* t xxip. SW.
r. c. v.
Veterans: Attend the regular meeting
of Ih* camp thl* (Tuesday) evening at
Confederate Hall at R, c'ckvXc By or
der of the commander
A. K WILSON. Adjutant
MII.IT AM X OHIiKR*.
Irish Jasper Green*.
Savannah, (in , Sept I*. wno
Orders No 23-
The corps will assemble at Ihe armory.
In full uniform, ihla (Tuesday) afternoon,
to pay th* lasi tribute of respect to our
late veteran member. Patrick Cain
The (V)mpany will be formed at S:3O
a clock prompt
r F GLEASON. Captain
NT XTF. SPECIFIC TXAF.N, lIHM.
All peraons engaged In any of the fol
lowing line, of business, who have nol
already registered and 'past the state
special taxes thereon for ]*> are herehy
notttbd that such tuxes are due IMME
DIATELY ON COMMENCING to do Ihe
Keepers of Pool or billiard Tables, etc.
Dealers In Spirituous or Malt Laquor.,
Intoxicating Hitters. Brandy. Fruits or
Dealer. In Cigarettes.
Dealer. In Pistols. PlMol or Rifle Cart
ridges. Bowl* Knives or Metal Knuck*.
Failure lo rigt*ter or to pay the state
pe> wl lax constitute* a nued*n auor.
JAB J MeGOWAN.
Tax Colleclor C. C.
AIBI HX XX AGONN
FARM TIRrKYTIXE SIZES.
< OMKN-Kt LAI AN
CARRIAGE AND W.AOON CO.,
A full line of School Books and
Nr h not Xnppllr* at
BSTILL'S NEAVS DEPOT,
No. 4,'l Hull Street,
NOTICE TO THE PI BMC.
Our safe having been burglarised and a
number sT chP*!!* and notes taken from
Ihe vault. the |nihlle Is cautioned against
negotiating any chei k or noes to our
order. 80LDM0N8 COMPANY
ESTIMATES AA ANTED.
For the erection and completion of ihe
new three-story building for the Chatham
Academy. I‘lans and #|hx in. ations can
be seen at the office of
HENRY URBAN. Architect,
23 Provident Building
pants and gents' furnishing goods sales
men to cover territories In Southwest
Georgia. Central Hatlroud amt Alabama.
Only experienced salesmen, with refer
ence. need apply. MOHR BROS..
will aat troable you If yon use
annum SHEET. It la a pleasant
Is a tollef powder tltat Instantly dis
pel- the disagreeable odor, arising
OLD ATYLE COLD CREAM
gives qtlrl relief for eaa barns and
SOLOMON • CO.
THE AAAI TO CUBAN CARPETS.
The only way lo get your carpet* prop
erly taken up, cleaned and taken are of
for the summer I* io turn the Job over to
the District M-sa- tg r and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2. or call at 32 Montgomery
at: eel, and they will moke you an esti
mate on the cost of th* work Prloea
reasonable They also pack, muva and
Store furniture and ptanoa
C. H. MEDI.OCK. Rupl. and Mgr.
nRICK, BRICK. BRICK.
Augusta brick and others. Good slock
on hand Lowest price*, prompt delivery.
gee our samples cod prices helots buying.
ANDREW HANLEY COMPANY. t i
PALMER HARDWARE CO.,
Railroad and Mill Supplies, Rubber Ileltlnfir
liullders* and General Hardware, Cutlery.
Guns. Rifles, Pistols and Ammunition.
Rope. Tinware, Stoves.
Fairbanks’ Scales, Austin's Crack Shot Powder.
.Etna Dynamite, Fuse and Caps.
And Let Oor Wagons Call for
Your Soiled Linen.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West,
Mskes Bnda Water at IMMne.
i ilm.. Photo. Sopplie.. C raphophones
and Developing, Robin* ©id n*i repaired.
son's Bath Cab.net, |
If yon have RHEI'UATISM be sure and get a bottle of
FRANK'S RHkIMATISM CIRE. It never fails. Price $1.50
bottle. When cured you remain cured.
LIVINGSTON'S TWO PHARMACIES,
801 l and Congress. Branch 309 Ball Street
PHONE 392 BOTH PHONES PHONE Shi.
LBYAVA TABLE D'HOTE DINNERS.
Dinner 1 lo J and A lo 9. Tuesday, Sept U
Scotch Barley Broth.
Trout ala Boulels
Potatoes ala Algerlenne.
(Told 81aw. Queen Oliver.
Chow Chow, Mixed Pickles.
Diamond Hack Terrapin Slew
Rice Crnguettes, with Wine Sauce.
Prime Ribs of Reef. Irish Gravy.
gaddle of Muiton, Brown Gravy.
Ma lt-d Potatoes. Rice.
Slewed Tomatoes. Candied Yams.
PASTRY AND DESERT.
Poiaio Pie. Asorted Cake*.
Cheese. Cra< kers.
Baked Apple Rolls. Silver Sauce.
LEVAN 8 CAFE AND RESTAURANT.
11l Congress street, west.
Mr Andrew Hanley:
My Dear Sir—l have returned home
from Savannah, where we stopped for
three week* an.l from St Augustine
three weeks after being at the Suwame
Srrmgs Hotel, and while In those plaits
and now at home drank and am now
continuing to drink the Stiwanre Spring
water, having It ant to me through your
est.emid agents, the "Kallsh Pharmacy"
In New York, and a* a result 1 want lo
*av that 1 have b.*r. greatly benefited,
and I believe will hr entirely cured of the
painful bladder trouble from which I have
suffered since lasi August I congratulate
you upon the curative value of th-* Su
wanre Springs water, and hope It will
lie a God-srnd to others a* it ha* been
to me Respectfully ycurs,
JAMES C. BROWER
Pres.dent of the German-American Rink.
Brooklyn. N. Y. J*t Quincy street
All you can drink for 5e at Livingston’s.
Georgia Cane Syrup in hotlles. Has ihe
flavor of that fresh from Ihe cane.
Maple Syrup In half-gallon and quart
tins. Made from rap.
Ideal Table Drip Syrup, of delightful
flavor and sold by the gallon.
Strawberry and Raspberry Syrups for
A M A C. W WESTS
Ml ONI.Y IHE HIST GINGER ALE.
The best Is the Whauler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale, made by Wheeler A Cos.,
of Belfast, Ireland, from th* celebrated
Cromac Spring* of that city. Tnsse
spring a are ih* properly of Wheeler A
Cos., benos no other Ginger Ale niAnufse.
turer In Ireland has those waters but
themselves. The Wheeler Ginger Ale le
made from pure Jamaica Ginger Root and
not from Red Pepper, as other* are; ons
Is delsterlous—the other Is s tonic.
For Healthfulnrs* snd Purity th* cele
brated Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ala Is the best.
■ole Southern Agents. Savannah a*.
City of Savannah.
Office Clerk of Council.
Sept 7. 1909
A vacancy having occurred in ihe offi-e
of messenger of Council, caused hy ,h*
death of Ihe laie Messenger John Harri
son. and In accordance with a resolution
adopted In Council 8e;il. jih, 1900 notice
I* hereby given that an elecllon will Le
had al the next regular meeting of Coun
cil. lo be held on ihe 19th Inst at R p n,
to All Ihe unexplred term, all applications
lo he tiled wllh the Clerk of Coun- II at
or before 12 m. of the 13th tout. Bond of
LW til required; name* of hondsmen mutt
accompany the application.
WM IV BAILEY.
Clerk of Council.
MATT REUSE*. MATTRESSES.
Have your mattresses 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 M ri<l
volume In all Iverldlng material. Price* on
■ el.ovation of featipr* us follows: it.sis
$3 -VI. Po ster- 11. pillow* . Colton, ni ss
and hair m.ittrrsee- ma le lo urder Fine
work, low prices Work guaranteed.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND KENu j
VATINO CO.. |
Sell phene 113*. AJi Drayton street.
g*VANthIAH THtATCR. "
ROBSON THEATER CO.
Matin*. To-day 3 p m ,
Trice*—Adult* 3<V. (hlldren 10c.
To-night 8 3f o'clock.
Price*—lftt. 2bc and 20c
Under the Sun.”
8o goes ih old adage, and yet we ctxn
ehow you any number of articles In our
Une *o NEW an-t and *o PRETTY thai
not even change* of *tyle or fashion can
m.ike them kok old
We have heard of th* "GOOD OLD
TIMES" and we helleve In tin- "GOOD
NEW ONES." and Juat think It over,
our price* are always right.
Hunter & Van Keuren,
Oa. I‘hona Ml . 143 Bull Street
RING US UP
City of Savannah,
Office Fire Department,
Savannah. Ga . Sept. I. 1900
Proposal* for furnl*hlng the Fire De
partment with winter uniforms will be re
j calved at Ihe office of the undersigned
until 12 o'rlo k m of Saturday, Sept 22,
1900 Bpeclfkatton* will b* furnished upon
application nt the office of th* Fire De
partment. corner of Indian and West
Brood street* any day between the hours
of 9 a m and £ p m
All propo-al* must be eealed and ad
drc**e<l lo the Committee on Fir*
I'nlformw to la- delivered f o. b In Sa
; vnnnah on or before Oct. 15, iwxi Th*
commit!** r**< rv* th* right to re 1. , t any
and all proporai* or to award Ih. contract
In part or as u whole.
JOHN E MAGUIRE Supt.
City of Savannah.
Office Clerk of Council,
Savannah. Ga.. S*p* t. 1900.
Bids will be received a; Hit* office unlit
12 o'clock m Friday, B*pt 21, iftrxt. for
furnishing the Pod. Department with
winter uniforms, guarding to specific*,
tion* to be seen at th* pollca lurra Vv
Th* right Is reserved lo r*)*cl any or all
bids. WM P BAILEY,
Clerk of Council.
LARGE Vt AIIKHUI l t.M) til
to rent, lovated head of Broughton
street, on Weal Bread, now occu
pied by the Savannah Carnage and
Wagon Cos As they will g.ve up
business In the city on June 1. I of
fer Ii for rrnt from that dale
H. P. SMART
On* of our clients has placed tn our
hands IL.OOV to loan on good Savannah
real salats a reasonaUe rats* of Intarett
BECKETT A BECKETT.
** i ie#;.i.-ci uraat, aaat
BONDS EXfctt TED
By lha American Bonding tuid Trust
company of Baltimore. We are author
ised to exa-ute locally (tmm-dtately upon
application), all bonds In Judicial pro
ceeding* In either the state or United
State* courts, and of administrators and
HEARING A HULL. Agents
Telephone SI. Provident Riilldlng
WALL PAPER, CAPER HAXUIAU.
We carry complete assortin'nt of lat ei
etyle paper*, and employ only beet aitlsta
Be* our good* and get our eittmai# be
fore giving out your work. Our pile** tha
SAVANNAH BUILDINO SUPPLY CO..
Corner Draylon a-ad Contrwa
NHher the owner*, master nor con
signs* f me British steamship George
1 •• min* will be responsible for any debts
cunUacted by Ibo'crew
IdvOPOLD ADLER. J NO. R DILLov
C. T. ELLIS. BARRON ’art-.
Vk. President. A ,.t Ca.hVj N
Tfie uiisfhsin Bank
Will b# pleased to receive .
ol Merchant* Firm.. lndlMdiL*, u'.**
•nd Corpoiationa •r. 114
Llbetai favors cxlendad.
coHecUOft facilities t r -„
Ing prompt returns Jr '
*•' OX DEPOSITS.
Safety Deposit Hole, and Vault,
rent Ctwre.pondence wnUclled ,of
w* bavabaam. 11
A 0 011* a*, g —aa M r*
-lieU. imut, w lad.vtßa.,.
“V,* 1 * * ,k * -Xb..
Callectt... kawAlua with
a-awwsw* aad dtsawtak. r *
la tr real ••■, p „ Oßd . - -U8M..1.
alt.w.u .. deposit* I.
•MARXIST A DERMARK.
■ ILLB B. LARK. vie. *" U
WOHOK C. FREER XT. Cash,,,
MOMDO.X L. GROOVER. Aa.t ,
of Uia State of Geurg.„ **
C *P"l **,
Burp.ua and undivided profit* u ,,
DEFOSIiORY OF 111 tl hTAIS o?
Superior facllitlM lot transecting t
1 tellers! Uul.xing Buslnees
Colleclione n.ade on all i*
a> *.sib|r through bank* ■: • -c*r,.
Account* ul iiwiiks, Bunk- . .i,
and other# eolicuod Safe box.e
Department of Savings, Interest p*ytb.e
Seila Sterling Exchange on London and
JOHN FLANNERT. President
HORACE A. CRANE. Vic* Prudent
JAMES SULLIVAN o n ,h|* r
JNO. FLANNEKV. WM. W GORDON
E A W'EII* W W GORDON Jr
H A CRANE. JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROV MYERS JOSEPH FERST
H P SMART. CHARLES ELLIS
EDWARD KELLT JOHN J KIRBT
Accounts of banks, merchants, eorpw*.
tlons and Individual* solicited.
Savinas Department, interest peid
Safety Boxes snd Storage Vxultt for
Collections mads on All points at rea
Drafts sold on all tha chief cities of tbs
JOSEPH D WEED, Preeldent.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice FresUeot
W. F. McCAULEY, Cashier.
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided profile SvM
This hank offers Its aervl es to corpore
lloua. merchants and Individuals
Ha* authority to act ms executor, ad
mlnlgtiator, guardian etc
Issues drafts on the prln Ipai elites tn
Great Britain and Ireland and on the
Interea' paid or compounded quarterly
On dap telle In th# Snvlng* Department.
Baf*tv Boxes for rent.
HENRY RI.UN. 'President
GEO. W TIEDEMAN. Vie* President
Jf >HN M HOGAN. Cashier
WALTER F HOGAN. A't Csahler
No IWO. Chartered. !M
HiS Nill Bill
CAPITAL. MI .'OI. SURPLUS. IHHU
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
J A. G. CARSON. I'rovU U.
BEIRNE GORDON, Vice Pr eldent
W M HAVANT. Cashier.
Aee-ounts of hank* and banker*, mer
chants and corporation* received ui> a
the moat favorable trrrn- consistent with
safe and conservative banking
THE GEORGIA STATE
BUILDINC AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Assets over $300,000.
6 PER CENT, per annum allosied on
deposit-, withdrawable on demand. Inter
eat credited quarterly.
PER CENT per annum ellowed a
deposits of even hundreds, wllhdreweN#
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
Tbe ibaibam Heal Estate and In*
It RRYAN STREET. EAST
u iewsDoper Piisfc
For oalo. a Foraalth Nswspap** Yo-<lr.
will fold ahoef Kite It k In good eras'-
Price MOO II coal originally 11.IM- t,ul
w* have ou ue* for It sad want <*>• r,orc
II will b* an lovaluabl* edjuaot *■'
newspaper effioe. ,
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERI**'
and work, order your lithograph**!
printed atallonory and blank books Iro—
Nows, Savannah, 00.