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ATTACK CAUSED BY ANIMUS.
HO Ji.U THE MettEKn OK C'HtltClllft
t lalm Thai Rdmonilaon U In fine •#*•!
l (hr Ktrt Thnl HU Hrnlhrr-ln.
Imi llrlrr l.oaf Soar (inilrta
Which Went to hc HrHrr i imp*.
They (Uny In Inlo hc I hargr*
That Innocent I'rrumo Ha%r Hrm
Oa 77 —The penMllmriH
hiory nhH h wnt- print in Atlanta yea
ttrOy. aixl - tit out to the Aimilith)
rrc% from ih.i city la t night In refe*-
cn *• to the treatment of convlrt* at tl.
lmwtnie.-* county *onvKt camp, create*!
•i greater itoiutton lutr than In prooahly
ary other |ri of t > niat-.
Fortunately for th l#-v%nl* county
convict r.impa the M* •*t> McKee, who
ar* at the head of them. !il l***n given
on inkling i>f lawyer EdmoiKhon'r pur- \
pertv, and had already invited a full In*
veetifatloa. Hon. Tom Ka>on rprnt u daj
thcr laei week, and make a very oioif 1
Inipecflon and wm* much plcaaed with
the managemetii Mr. Kdmondeon. It
Mrmf. make* hi* * hargea agatnat the M< -
Htt, who run the convict camps, but
places all at hi a u.Ug*d fact* a* having
liapttened at Mr Will M Hr*'* plac* .
where free labor |s employ*'*! entirely Mi
JM McKee wn* even by your correspond
*nt thla morning • •! qucnkaeJ a* to the
i ha reg*
*n>* 1 here la %nlntua.
'The animus t**nlnl the charges la o
plain to us," he saM *fi • t i hardly fee.
ike no: k I rig them Mr F. I mom 1 son la a
brother-in-law of Mi M Brice who op
erate* a county convict camp In Rrooke
county. Mr Hri< e has contracts with
certain counties to hire th* misdemeanor
convict*. In one of the** count lo* w**
vnle a contract with ►om mlN.l*meno f
tnSMlet*. agreeing to pay their fine*
••nd let them wrk It out with Uf. They
preferred to go to our piece and we took
them Mr Hri *• heard of this and Mi
Edmondson, hi* attorn*), - fine to our
|>la'* and stated tha lie had hern cm*
ployed by Mr Brice to Investigate the
•natter and get the men away from our
pie* *. as Mr. lirlce labor* i at
his pia<- ll* was given access to them
end we found that he had done his utmost
to get the men to leave, aw well as oth
er* employed by us. hut they refused to
do so He also claimed that he was rep
resenting worn* relatives of parties work
ing at Mr. W. 8 Mr Bee's pUi.-e, which
adjoins ours, and Is not a convict cany*
Brother Will told him that he was not re
straining any one, and Edmondson was
allowed to go among his laborers. By
promises of better pay in Brooks county
Be mad- some o| them dlssat is fled and
filed writs of h.tlieas corpus ami the case*
went Into the courts here It was (-.early
proved, to the eatisla* lion of the Judge
upon the bench, that the laborers were not
restrained against their will, and Edmond
son had the costs to iwy tn the case.
The negro*-* return'd \o|untarlly to Will's
place and even went to his lawyer and
lagged him to get Will to lake them
Urfralril In ihr (narti,
"This hawin'*! only laat awl Having
been defmted in Ihe court*, Edmondson
■oca in Atlanta and itck* to prejudice
the people by semuiilonal ‘iinr*.* in the
newspapers. If 1 had time." Mr Me Re.
continued. "1 could go further In Ihe
whole elory of Edmondson's attitude to
ward- iia and prove eonclualvely that ma
lice la behind hi* every statement.
Mr. McKee ray* further that he
ran prove by the heat rltlaen*
of Loamte* and Brook* rounlle*.
hoi liy crlntlrial* and Ignorant nearer*,
that Mr. Ednuuilson said only recen*ly
that he woe "d—d tired of the prism
board, complimenting ihe McKean on the
tnanaarmcni of their ramp* and condemn
ing Brice upon the 111.1 tiagetmm of hi*."
McKee* camp* have been legal tied here
a* a ierfeci model In every reprcl and
the charge* In the |>re*e a* coming from
Solicitor Kdnvindson created a lilg *enra
tion AU.ut ihe only complaint heard
against them heretofore le that they belt
their convict* M > humanely that It 1* not
regarded a* punishment to be sent there.
In fact a negro convl ted of stealing here
aome week* ago siaied thai he committed
the crime In order to get where he eoutd
get plenty to eai and be trvatcJ well.
THU ItKW't AT t ILDOfTA.
Death of Mr*. t . K. ampler—t 01.
Kheneaer Wakeley te|nlttet.
Valdosta. G*., Kept. IT.-Mr*. Caroline
K Stapler, one of the oldest and best-be
tovrd women In thla aeotton, died at the
home of her granddaughter. Mrs. Y. R
licatel-y. yesterday morning. Mr*.
Stapler came front her home at Luke Al
cyone on Tuesday on a visit, and was pre
paring to come to town yesterday when
she was setxed with paralysis nnd died In
a few minute*. She was W years old. She
was a native of South Carolina, was mar
ried to J. R. Stapler In Houston county
about sixty year* ago. and had lived at
the old hotnsteud at laike Alcyone for the
last half century. She was the mother of
Messrs. R. I*. Stapler of Jasper. J. K.
Stapler of Lako Alcyone. Mr*. K. J. Spain
of Qut'msn. \V. W. Stapler of laike Bark,
and Dr. M M Stapler of Macon. Her
remain* were laid 10 rest In the city cem
etery thl- morning the service* being
conducted by Rev O. B. Chester, assisted
by Elder F L. Adams.
Echols' Supetlor Court a<Uourued lan
night, after a busy evasion of two day*.
A Urge number ot misdemeanor cases
were disposed of Will James was sent
to the chalngang for seven year*, lot
attempting to murder Henry Washington
some lime ago. and O W. Session was
Plied fan for disturbing nrllgtoua services
at Melrose some time ago
The most’ intrrewllng case of the session
was that against Col Eneneger Wakalev
of Chicago, who Is an announced candi
date for President of the Cnltad Slates,
on a strictly free allver platform of hl
own The charge against Col. Wakeley
was that of public Indecency, an suount
of which was wired the Morning New*
at the lime. The grand Jury found a true
bill against him. Inn when the case came
to trial the Jury returned a verdict of
not guilty. Col. Wakeley made a siate
ment to the Jury. In which he said that
a conspiracy had been entered Into against
him. Hts statement took up shout an
hour, and m id* an Impression upon both
the Jury and visitors at court. The ver
d'tt of tne Jury was. therefore, not unex
pected Much Interest w# centered in
• his case on account of the prominence of
all of the parties Interested
Fertiliser Pleat to lleantne.
Beaufort. 8 C\. Sept IT.—lt Is authori
tatively asserted I hat the lag plant of
the Virginia Carolina Chemical Company,
at Baldwin's near here, will resume op
eration* at an early day. and also that
the big fertiliser concern contemplate* In
auguratlna extensive Improvements at It*
fa ctory h r* The plant closed down Home
two months since for on Indefinite period
aid the strong probability of an immediate
resumption of operation* cornea a* an
agreeable surprise since It means em
ployment to a •onsUlersble number of per.
Will be roused to It* natnral dot let
and your biliousness, headsebe and
coastlpaHon be rured If you take
SoM by all druggists.. V> cant*.
INTERESTING. IF TRUE.
lon Can Try II for tnirwll and
<in> grain of the active prlri. Iple In t*tu
arl'a I>y*pe|Mila Tnlilclt will digest 3,f0
grain, of meat, egg* or other wholesome
food, and thla claim has been proven hy
actual experiment which anyone ran |*r
foim for hlmeelf In the following ni.n
ner Cut hard h lied gg Into very -mall
ptecea, a. It Would be If mail h aled, place
ihf egg and I*o or thr.e of th. 1 .ahlei.
In a bottle or Jar contain!..* warm water
healed to 9a degrees (ihe I* m|. rattir. of
the boilyi and keep It at thl, ltnil ra
in re for three and on* half hour,, at th<
end tf which time the .gr will b. a,
completely digested or it would have teen
Ir. the healthy stomach of a hungry l.oy
Th. point of till, experiment I- that
what Stuart', 11>,|mpi* Tablet, will do
to the .a. In the lu.ttle It wlh do to the
egg or meat In the ,t..ma h and nothin,
el,e will feet and Invigorate the atnma< h
,o safely and effectually Kveu a little
child .an take H'uart Tablet." wilh sale
ty and t enet)*. If it, dlKeatlon la weak and
ttie thnuaand, of tire, a compllahed by
their regular dally uee are eaetly e,pann
ed when tt I" under,too*! that they are
rompmol of vegetable es.erices aw pin
pepeln. diastase and Golden Heal, which
mingle, with Ihe food and digest II thor
oughly, giving Ihe over-worked atomach
a eha nee to rei up-rate.
1 tic.tog never cure, dysp-psia. neither
ilo pill, ar.d catliurilc tnedlclnee. which
aimply Irritate and Inflame the lntetlnee
When enough food I, eaten and prompt
ly dig. ted there will t no constipation,
nor In fact will there be dliuase of anv
kind because good digestion mean, good
health In every organ
ihe merit and success of Stuart I Dy
p p-la Tablets are world wide and they
ate aold a the moderate pr c of jA cents
toi full si* and pi k.ige In evety drug store
In the t’nlted 8 ate, and Canada, as well
a* In Europe.
For the Information of those Interested
a llitle hook will be mailed free by ad
dressing t' A Stuart Company. Marshall.
Mich . giving brolly Ihe symptnma of the
various form" of stomach weakness caus
es and cure.
Flit K tT nt III.IN.
I ul. tifwhbs l oses ItnlldluK* and Con-
Iru Is Unr I h Slo.nuo.
Dublin Ga Sept. 27—Yesterday a few
mlnt.tes after 3 o'clock |* m. tire was dis
covered In the gin house of Col John M
Stubbs of this city. An alarm was tm
medlMtrly rung in, but, owing to the fact
that no water plug was near, the tire com
panies could render no aid. The flame,
quickly spread to the planing and grist
mill, all being consumed. Four bale, of
cotton and a carload of sect) were also de
stroys.l The loss lo Col. Stubh, will be
about IW.O®, with no Insurance.
Itelegatea from the counties of Emanuel.
Johnson and l.auren* mot tn Duhlln to
uay to nominate .. Itcino. rr*4|c candidate
for senator Mr <) W. Carter, who. In
Ihe primary lasi August, received a ma
jority of the votes cast in Lauren* county,
and who la therefore, the choice of this
county for senator, was nominated with
Haltlmn and dal'.lmore. two young iwn
who about ten days ago opened up a dry
goods store In Dublin, nave determined to
quit iMislneaa. and will ship the goods
purchased by them Iso k to the Jobbing
houses This Arm purchased their goods
In Macon, ami ill covered shortly after
owning up that there waa tittle difference
between the Moon wholesale price and
the Dublin retail price.
ClttKßgtS TO HE IIHI’IIHTIa
Three Mill He Sent Hack to I hits
and Two to England.
Jacksonville. Fla.. Sept 27.—Foiled
Stales Marshal Horr haw received a tele
gram from the Treasury Department. In
structing him lo proceed at once to Sen
Francisco with Kim Dee. laowe Chow and
Charlie Jorne. three of the Chinese who
hate fal.cd lo procure the papers wich en
title them to stay In the t'ntted Stabs
lie will leave for New Orleans with his
pilsoners on Baturdsy, from where the
Southern Faelllo Hallway will transport
them to San Francisco.
Ju Chang and l'ing Dee hove been or
dered deported to England, from which
ountry Ihey claim to have come to the
t’nlted States, Deputy Marshal McCor
mick will leave for New York with Ihe
two latter Chines, also on Bat unlay All
the Chinese who were arrested will then
have been disposed of.
STOPS THE I Ot OH Dll MtIHK.I OFF
Daxatlve Hromo Quinine Tablets cure a
cokt In one day. No cur*, no pay. Price
25 vents —ad.
MACON'S C ARMY At. QIEEY.
< toward by lint. Candler In Pres
ence of Crowds.
Macon. Sept. 77w-The officers of the Sec
ond Georgia Heglna-nt were with Gov.
Candler and staff to-night at the military
ball and crowning of Miss laiul-e Rogers
as Queen of Flowers for the Macon Btrcet
Fair. The Governor crowned the Queen,
little Jewltt Williams being crown-bearer
The maids of honor to the queen are
Mlsa Calhoun, of Atlanta, Miss Edt'h
Btetson, of Macon: M!,a Ethel Davidson,
of Augusta: Mias Pauline Carter, of Car
ter,; Miss Minna Birother. of Columbus:
Miss Mabel h Taylor, of Macon: Mias
Daura Rrunim. of Anniston. Elaborate
l>re|a<rations were made for the affair atui
the Volunteers hlg dance hall In ihelr
armory waa tilled with participants.
SHOT TO DEATH BY A NEGRO.
Young White Man's Head Blown OR
by Ilia Prisoner.
Elherton. Ga.. Bept. 27 —Mr. George Bell,
a young white man. was shut and killed
about two miles below here this morning
by Will Brauch. a negro.
Brauch had been charged with stea.lng
cotton and wounded a young man named
Mills, who attempted to arrest him. Dalrr
he was arrested by Bell and another man.
While under arrest Brauch snatched a
shotgun from Bell’s hand and blew off the
top of his head with It and e-.-aprd.
Posses are out searching for Brauch
and If Gaptured by others than the sheriff
he Is likely to be severely dealt with by
* * —■' - - \
Tbe Brat Prraertptlon for Malaria.
Chills and Fever, la a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It Is simply Iron
and qutnlns In a tasteleaa form. No car*
-no pay. Price Uc -ad
Death at Mr. W. M. Osteen.
Pembroke. Ga . B>ql 27 —William M
Osteen, who was so seriously burned tn
the explosion at Osteen A Bon s turpen
tine still on Bept. 23. died yesterday and
was hurled to-d> beskle his brother,
Jakei, at Ashe’s Branch Church. Mr Ose
teen war one of Bryan county's most
prominent young men. having recently
graduated at the law school at Macon. He
was appointed county solicitor for this
county, which place he was filling at the
time of his death
"nwintl! Burned nt Mystic.
Myall- Ga Bept 27, The iwmdl and
ginnery of Mr D. M Hogan at Irwlnvlll*
was burned tbla gfternoo. Doss D’.rOO, no
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2S. 1900.
THOM tflt IDEE YEW A NOTES.
Demand lor Dwelling Hrensee—Entl
llrd to Erce Delivery.
Thom .-vllle, Ga., Bept 2T.-M C Ball
has let the .ontra* t to Contractor Rooney
for a handsome dwelling to be built on
I’iwsou sir. t for rent.
Dwelling bout. - are so dlflti ult to get
now In ThomaavUln that tbe Tlfton.
Thomasvllb and Gulf Itallr.Md Company
has ..bout decided to build four n-at ten
ement hot..-- on their l-.nd fronting
Bmlth avenue, to . commodate their men.
who cannot get home here osh. rw!e
Dlllle Mot I' a ID It*- 111. fo ir y. ar-old
daughter of II J. Ashley. Is dead
Tl ■ Kavann.ili. Florida and >rn
ItwUrrH.d Company Is pr' l-artng m remodd
Its pn-renscr depot In this lty Three new
ofttees and n large dining-room will I**
. idvd. Toe ftreignt d.|t Will .tl-o he ft
tend, and and n i|ui'."Ui tranef. r .-bed ‘ dt
G H Perdue of Greensboro, Ga.. ha*
< -is-d i ivxltion In the Hotuh Georgia
College m this cltv.
Y It UeaxJey at present agent al Val
dosta, has ben promoted to the position
of passenger agent for the ffavann.th.
Florida and Western Railroad at this
point, in place of Ward Clark, who will
be transferred lo Savannah
Railroad postal service has become ef
fective over the new Tlfton, Thomssvllle
and Gulf road
Noll e has been given Ihe Poslofllce De
partment In Washington that Thomasvllle
has complied fully with all the require
ments for n free delivery service.
11l BIRD fIIDB BY SIDE.
In.preasly e Funeral of Ex-tiov. Dreyy
aii.l His \t Ife.
Jacksonville. Fla.. Sepl 27.-The bodies
of ex-Gov George F. Drew and ill, wife.
Amelia Drew, both of whom died eikldenly
yesterday, were this afternoon Interred In
Evergreen Cemeiery In a double vault
grave, the caskets being placed side by
The funer.il was the largest and most
Impressive ever seen In Jacksonville. Com
mittee!. from various political and com
mercial organisations attended tn a body,
anel the floral tributes, at) representing a
unity of life and death, were several feel
high In the newly made double grave
The funeral services were conducted at
:P3O o’clock tn the library of the Drew
residence In Riverside. Rev. V. W.
Shields, rector of SI John’s Episcopal
Church, officiated. Hundreds of friends of
the aged couple gathered and viewed the
bodies, the two caskets forming the center
pieces tn a prtty mound of ferns, cut
flowers and palms.
T HAT THOI BI.E AT 111. Nt'KNHE NH.
The Ollier aide of the Srrap In the
< onrlhouae There.
Hlackshear. Oa.. Bept 27.—Editor Morn-
Ing News: Referring to an Hem In to
day's Morning News, on local page, un
der heading “Assaulted in Court House."
we desire to call attention to certain Inac
in the flrst place. Col. Moultrie J. Smith
was not conducting n Case. Instead he
was on trial liefore the Mayor for a viola
tion of the city ordinance against shoot
ing In the streets. w
During the progress of the trlafr and
while hlw father. A. N. Smith, was upon
the stand. In reply lo a question of Mar
shal W D. McMillan, the elder Smith
Called the marshal a liar. The word was
hardly out of his mouth before the mar
shal struck htm In the face Both of the
Smiths Immediately attacked the marshal
and a row resulted, the outcome of which
was Col. Sfhlth was shot In the leg. hy
whom no one seems fo know.
C. D. Ahl was acting In caiwclty of dep
uty marshal and It. V. McMillan, a broth
er of the marshal, was present merely ns
a spectator, and when the marshal was
In-lng assaulted, went lo hi* assistance
11. V. M .\ltllan.
C D. Ahl.
, t 9
FF2AY Port I.IMT* GATH EH ED.
Candidate Traylor Received Quite a
Frost at Americas.
Americus, Ga.. S.q.t, 27.—John H. Tray
lor. l’opullst candidate for Governor,
spoke here this morning, but despite the
fact that the occ..k>n had been exten
sively advertised, less than thirty people
heard the speech, ami twenty of these
were Democrats drawn thither by curt
Traylor spoke for an hour upon the rela
tions of the obi Farmers’ Alliance to the
present organisation, denying that the
Populist party was the oulgiowth of the
alliance, and discussed the old sub-irea*-
ury plan amt money question generally.
The address aroused no enlhudasm among
the Populists present The Populist party,
as an organisation. Is do id In Bumtrr.
and doxena of Populists have returned lo
the Democratic fold and participated tn
primaries recently. Traylor's reception
here was n decided frost
Cures Dandruff. Falling Hair,
Brittle Hair and all Scalp
Troubles, such as Itching. Eczema,
Eruptions,etc. Purely Vegetable,
harmless and reliable.
torn offer off of her remedies hove /oiled,
or money refunded
A TIXAS DOCTOR WRITgg.
Saver. Tas . MsrS.NR
“ftok# tlsndrug Cura" hsadoev ms mors good thsa
**7 [>tp*rliuo i k*w v.or trm4 p
For Hale by all Druggist* end Barbers. Trwe
tlso <•)) hmr sui! Scalp Troubles free on request.
A H. Ituriictt • *.. • t'blcega.
Beware of Im tatlonw.
The only hair preparation admitted to
Ihe Pari* Exposition.
For sal* by Llppman Bros.. Columbia
Drug Cos. and Knight’s Pharmacy, Savwa
artt ui. xuTicgg.
111-111. Broughton atrot. west.
Week commencing. Monday. Sept. !.
A SHOW OF BRIGHT LIGHTS.
MISS HATTIE CARLTON,
SHAFER AND THOMPSON,
MISS LISKA SPENCER,
WEST AND FOWLER
MISB INEZ F LEE.
BINNKY AND CHAPMAN,
MISS BABE LA URL
FRIDAY. HKrT 21,
A Grand Six-Round Glove Contest
BETWEEN TWO Loi AL UNKNOWNS.
Rich roasts, line steak*, rlcefleld lamb,
fat i oultry.
Call any lime of Jay. 1 can All your
Phone* 107 JAS J. JOYCE.
P. S —Remember I kecu ail kinds of
<aib.> gtocerlet. i
PI X KgAL mfITATIOIk
MIDDKIt—The frhnda and relatives of
Mr. and Mrs. W E Miller ar* Invited to
attend the funeral of their daughter. WU
lie Beulah, from thetr residence. No. Ml
Indian street, thl* af.ernoon at 4 o'clock
Interment at Daurel Orov* Cemetery.
POST A. UgOßOli DIYIIIOR THAY.
EI.F.MM’ PROTECTIVE ASSOCIA
TION OF AMEHK A.
Member# are requested
to attend a regular meet
uMk JBgk I*" 1 to rn- rrow
■KH (Batur tail. Bept. 39. a'.
V P AtAS ■ ■>< p m . at parlor of
Vmlnf * oven House By order
of ihe President.
PAV'D |„ WORTBMAN Secretary.
I.EYAN’a TAUI.E D'HOTE DINNERS.
Dinner 1 to 3 and 8 lo 9, Friday, Sept. 28
Crab Chowder. I* I*'" 1 *'"
Bo led Whiting. F.gg Bauce
Potatoes ala Puchesse.
Cold Blaw, Queen Olives.
Chow Chow. Mixed Pickle*.
Diamond Back Tcrrap n Slew.
Apple Fritter*. Fruit Bauce.
Prime Rib* of Beef. Dleh Gravy
Rreaat of Vast, with Dresatng
Mash'd Potatoes, Green Peas
Rice. Btewed Tomatoes. Beked Yams.
TASTRY AND DESSERT.
Pumpkin Pie. Assorted Cake,.
Lemon Water Ice.
DEVAN B CAFE AND RESTAFRANT.
11l Congress street, west.
< t HTML of SSMUA R tlMt tf CO
Bivaniioh Oa.. September I. IMO
Interest at the rate of hi per cent., be
ing 122.30 dollars on each bond of a thou#
and dollars, he* been declared payah.e
October Ist, 1900. on the First Preference
Income Ronds of the Central of Georgia
Railway Company, and will be paid on
presentation of the bonds on and after
that date to tha Guaranty Trust Company
of New York or to the Ctllgen# Bank of
Savannah. No Interest Is payable on Ihe
Se.-ond Preference Income Bonds or the
Third Preference Income Bonds. By order
of the Board of Directors
T M CUNNINGHAM.
City of Savannah, Office Director of
Public Works. Savannah, (la . Bept 2S.
1900. Bid# will be received at this office
until Saturday. Sept. 29. 1900, at 12 d'cltM k
noon, city lime, for furnishing feed as
No. 1 Timothy hay. per l® pnunde; best
quality feed bruin, per I® pounds; hesi
quality corn, per bushel; best quality
mixed oats; lo be weighed at the city lot
Envelopes lo be marked "Bid, for Feed "
Tne city reserve* the right to reject any
or all bids. Bids to be opened tn th*
presence of bidders
GEO. M. GADSDEN. Director
A CARD OF THANKS
to the following persons for donations lo
water cooler for the heneflt of the In
mates of the Infirmary. The same wa
asked for by the Christian Workers of the
Georgia Infirmary: Mr. 11. H. Livingston
Mr. J Gutman. Mr. J. J. Sullivan, Mr.
Jos. Solomon. Mr. Moses Epstein, and
other,. Committee—D Mock. Jos. H.
All perrons are hereby warned not to
harbor or trust any of the crew of the
Norwegian bark Werner, Tonnesen. mas
ter, as neither Ihe macer nor consignees
will bo r sponsible for any debt# con
tracted hy said crew
PATERSON-DOWN ING CO. Consignees
Neither the master nor consignees of the
Italian st.amshlp l-eatta. E Noberasco.
master. British steamship Newby. Clark,
master, will b. responsible for any debts
contracted by crews of said vessels.
J F. MINIS & CO., Consignees
Pelt Ijohn’s Break fust Food.
Cream of Wheat. *
Inst Marla's Pancake Flour.
All NEW goods, at
A. M. A C. W. WMT'I.
3JO West Broughton street,
Agent for following manufacturers,
make your selection from them:
Mayer. Columbu*. Buckeya. Frailer,
Cortland. Waterloo. Watertown. Weat
cott. Rock Hill.
Old Hickory, Mllburn and Florence
Full and itanplete line of Harness. Sad
dle*. Lap Rohes, etc.
Kelley Springfield Rubber Tire* put on
at tshort notice.
WE HI V A\U SELL HEAL ESTATE,
Negotiate loan* on same at 6 per rent,
and collect rent*. Represent The Travel
er*' Insurance Cos, accident and liability
departments. Represent the New York
I'nderwrltere Fire In* agency. Represent
Ihe Greenwich Fire In*. Cos. Represent
the Phoenix Mutitel Life In*. Cos, All busi
ness entrusted to u* will be eppreclated.
end will receive prompt and careful at
tention. No ff Bay street. east Tele
phone M* W. C. FRIPP A CO.
Wall papkm. rang haaoino.
We carry complete assortment of talw
style paper*, and employ only bett eiUsta
Bee oui goods and get our eeilmaie be
fore giving out your work Our prices the
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO..
Corner Drayton and Congress.
GOOD ME ILL
Get on* of my extra mrela and you will
praise It costs you her* only lie. Else
wh- re they chergr you JOc for It.
Everything served special order.
Jf'E CHANG. Proprietor.
• ogle '■ ■•I) Re-tautaft
lit Drayton street
P. o.— Meal tickets to regular boarders
I will make It an Inducement.
AT O IRIIfIKRT.
Get your fancy ‘roasts her*. Special
heavy teef received every day. Fine
limb, bed yout g |>oultry.
Phone* STS M 8 GARDNER
P S.—Remember you can get sweet
bread brains, tripe, eeueag* here any
bar. Brat vegetables and fruit*.
And Let Our Wagons Call for
Your Soiled Linen.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West.
FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
Evaporated Teacehs per pound 10c
Honey Drip Syrup, quart cans 10c
New Oatmeal per tankage ..10c
New Oatmeal, 7 pounds for 35c-
Georgla Peaches, 2-lb. cans for l'c
1-lb. Jar# Jelly per Jar 10c
3-lb. cans Jelly per ran 10c
Fine Oranges per doen !•
Fancy Aptdea per quart Be
Ealing Pears. 2 quarts for 2Sc
Sickle Pears, 2 quarts for iAc
Wine Flavored Table Jellies, package 10.-
New Mackerel l<k'. l&c and 23
Fulton Market Com Beef, pound H*
Small Dean Strips Breakfast Baron.
Small Pig Hams
Minced Ham. 2 pound* for 2'c
Circus Soap, 7 cakes for Sr
3 |M. kage. Washing Powder for Be
Gold Du*t. large alxe 20c
JOHN T. EVANS A CO.'S.
Congress and Barnard streets
2 fonca 280.
If the party or parile* who came Inlo
possession of the paper* from our safe on
Sunday, the 15th tnst.. will return them
to us by mall It will be appreciated by ut.
and no question* will be asked. A
PROPOSAL* W ANTED.
City of Savannah. Ofll of Director of
Public Works. Savannah. Oa . Sept 25
19®.—Sealed proposals will be- received a!
this office until Saturday. Bept. 39. 19®.
at 12 o'clock noon, dtj time, to furnish
the city of Savannah with supplies
until Oct. 31. 19®. All iwoposals muel he
made on Official forms, which can be se
cured at this office on und after this date.
Envelope* lo be marked "Proposals for
Supplies." The cii> reserves ih<- right to
reject any or all bid* Bids to be opened
In 4he presen, *• of bltklers
GKO. M. GADSDEN. Director.
at v ohli the ui:rr ginger ale.
The best 1* th* Wheoler Brand of Bel
feat Ginger Ale. made by Wheeler A Cos
of Belfast. Ireland, from the celebrated
irowac springs o( mat ally. These
springs ere ihe property of Wheeler A
Cos., brnue no other Ginger AJe manufac
turer Ml Ireland hag those waters but
themselves The Wheeler Olnger Ale le
made from pure Jamaica Ginger Root and
not from Red Pepper, as other* are; ooe
Is deleterious—the other Is a tonic.
For He.vllhfulness end Purity the cele
brated Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ale la the beat.
•ole floulhern Agent*. Savannah. Oa.
Have your mattree e# and feathers ren
ovated by our medicated steam proceas
before a change In weather takes place.
(Th* only plant In Savannah.) It over
come* all Impurities and renew# life and
volume In *ll bedding material Prices on
renovation of feather* as follows: Bed*
13.50. holsters 11. pillow, 50c Cotton, moae
and hair mattresses made to order. Fine
work, low prices Work guaranteed.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
Bell phone 1126. 231 Drayton atreat.
LAROK WAREHOUSE AND OF*
to rent, located head of Broughton
street, on West Broad, now occu
pied hy the Savannah Carriage and
Wagon Cos A* they will g.ve up
buelness In the city on June 1. I of
fer It for rent from that date
H. P. B.MART
HU MM KU.I I t'KU
By the Anml an Hond ng and Trust
company of Baltimore. W are author
ised lo execute locally (Immediately upon
application), all bonda In judicial pro.
aeedtngs In either (ha Ut or United
B ates court*, and of administrator* an)
DEARTNO * HULL, A**, ta
Telaphon* Sit. Provident Building
Ot It I LIRSTS
Loan money at six per cent on real
BECKETT ft BECKETT.
Attorney* at Law and Conveyancers.
THE GEORGIA STATE
B IILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Assets over SBOO.OOO.
I TER CENT, per annum allowed on
deposits, withdrawable on demand. Inter
est credited quarterly.
• PER CENT per annum allowed on
deposits of even hundreds, withdrawable
at annual periods
GEO. W. TIKDKMAN. President.
B. H LEVY. Vice President.
B. W. BELL. Secretary.
C. O ANDERSON. JR . Treasurer
OrriCE, U TORE STREET, WEST.
A MI'SEME NTS.
V ANNA rpTHcA tT>C~
FRIDA! AND * ATI HIMT,
Wm. A. Brady's Superb Scenic Produc
“The Sorrows of Satan.”
Adapted and dramalixed Pom the famous
A marvelous .ltsma of mysticism, por
traying the story of the devil on earth
PRICER- Night. 11. 75c. Me and 25c.
Matinee. 73c. fdc and 25.
COM I NG—Charles Frokman presents
William Gillette's Drama. "Sherlock
Holmes," Monday, Oct. 1.
a —•_ at/aansaM TtIKaTER
MONDAY EVENING. <M'T 1
"The Gteaiesl Dramatic Triumphs."
pi cents *
New Four-Act Drama.
w ith ill Kenery am! exactly as In
it* run of 3H In New York
City lant acavovi.
tii silt teas MOTicn.
Our Stock of
Is very foil, the newest things In
shapes and finishes. Sample pat
terns sent In nilvnnee of the regular
stock. A siinly In the Art of Silvrr
Office *O7 Bull Street. Telephone 7®.
from Oct. 1, that tine resi
dence No. 211 Gwinnett
street, west Large garden
and fine stable on the prem
Tbe Chatham Heal Estate and Im
14 BRYAN STREET. EAST
For saia. a Forsallh Newspaper Folder
wllKMld sheet 21x4*. It is In good order
Price C® It cost originally fi.ioo. but
w* have au urn for It aad want tba room
It will bear Invaluable adjunct lo eay
No IMO. Chartered. IMA
HlllS Iftlitlll H
CAPITAL LI) . O'. BCRPLUBS, 1100,0 ft
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
J A. O. CARSON. I re ld tu.
BEIRNE GORDON. \| ■ Prceldent
w M DAVANT. I’arttler.
Accounts of tanks and hark era. ittrr
ehan'* and con>ori t lon* received urn
the mo*’ favorable terms consistent with
safe and consnrvatve hinkmg
1 ti* only way to set your carpets prop,
ar y taken up, . leaned and taken , an- of
for the summer Is to turn the job over to
tn. Die net Mssertg r and Delivery Cos
talcphi n ~ or c.l at jj Montgomery
•‘■'l tl ej will moke yt u an asii.
mat* on the tost of the work Prices
reaaut ai le They also park, move and
•tor* furniture and tdanoa
C. 11, UEDLOCK, Bupt nntl Mgr. t
are as j |
They are honestly
made in the first
our School Shoes
Genuine White Oak
sole leather soles.
LEOPOLD ADLER. JNO. R. DILLON.
C S ELLIS. BARRON CARTER,
Vice President. Asst. Cashier.
The Chatham Bank
Will he pleased to receive the accounts
ot Merchants. Firms, individuals, Banka
Liberal favors extended. .
Fnaurpaeted collection facllltle*. Insur
ing prompt returns.
SEPARATE lAVIN6S DEPARTMENT
INTEREST tOM'OCIDSO qi.ahten
l-Y ON DEPOSITS.
Safety Deposit Poxes and Vaulta for
rent Correspondence solicited.
The Citizens Bank
trea—... _ u,Mtal
salts! la Aeoeauta eg Individuals,
■•reheats, Hawk* aag etast berfs
Collectloaa haailed with safety,
y aed dleeateh.
letrrrii compounded gaarterly
ellewv* s* deposit* In awe Savtaga
Mwgoalt Hoses and Ataragra
BHAATI EY A. DEDtAKK, Pveetdowk
■ n.l.g n. LATE, vie. Pre.d,.,.
eEtiRGE C. FREEAIAV, Cashier.
GO IADOV L GROOVER, Asst. < aektew ‘
of the Stale of Georgia.
Burp.ua and undivided proftla... Ddl.fcx
DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE OF
Superior fa ... . fot transacting a
Getieiai Banking Busin age
Collection* made on all polnta
acceaalbl. through loink* and Banker*.
Accounts ot Bauks, BUnkeis, Sicicbants
and others solicited, date Deposit Box**
Department of Savings, Interest payable
Sail* Sterling Exchange on Londoo U
JOHN FLANNERY. President.
HORACE A CRANE. Vice President
JAMES SUL!.TV AN. cashier.
JNO. FLANNERY. WM W. GORDON.
F. A . " W. GORDON, Jr.
**•* '.£*L ANE - JOHN M. EGAN
LEE ROd MYERS JOSEPH FKRST
H P SMART CHARLES ELLIS
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J KIRItT
Account# of banks. merchant*. corpora
tions and Individuals solicited.
Savings Department, interest paid
Safety Boxes end Storage Vaulta for
Collections made on oil points at rea
Draft* sold on all the chief cities of th*
JOSEPH D WEED, President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice Preski act
W. F. McCauley. Cashier
THE GERMANIA BANK
! Capital P
Undlvldrd prottls b u*)
This bank offers Its services to corp rse
lion*, merchant* and Individual*.
Has authority to act as axecuter. ad
ministrator, guardian etc.
Laura and arts on the principal cttle# In
i Great Britain and Ireland and on tha
Intsnat raid or compounded quarterly
on dap-veils In the Savings Departm'*t
Safety Unxes for rent
HENRY 111 .UN. President.
GEO. VV TIKDKMAN. Vine Pres.dant
JOHN M HOGAN. Cashier
WALTER f. HOGAN. Ass’t Cashlsr.
st um.i: spring* hotel
Situatrdon the l ank* of the buwsnae rltrr
CHnate unequaled. No malaria. No ai*!,'
toes too I nights Most healthful and densst
tul resort tn the t-outh Water cure* even
known disease llrard gll) per week.
rate for commercial men Of Si perdey.
mi hides tranafer Table and accommoo*
ttonsatricllv first das* For Illustrated
pblet address huwanee Springs W-kuntt"
. opting*,Kia. ANDREW UANLSi, Mg®