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REWARD FOR LAW BREAKERS.
fISRHUK VM4\(J THM I'AIIRKVII OF
1 Mlt BSC I (II >TIK.
Clayton, Fayette and 'pnldlng < nun.
tle fttlrretl I p by a Hand of
llaaliftl Oat la n% •—1 bey Have lleeu
Reatlag I arm l.almrrra and
Thrmimlng 1 heir Lit ea—liover
nar ( andlrr Olrra $I(M) Nrnard
for Karh Member of the <nnt.
Atlanta, 001. 1 —Gov A P Candler
fhH morning i**u*d ni <ftd*r offering a
reward for the jppr<benek>n of cert*ln
|iartl<* trho have Imn utility of lanrlei**-
ttepy. *n Clayton, Fay* te and ftp* Mine
fount lee lor thane tlmo paa< Following
Is the order
•'Whereas, offi ml Information has been
eelv#d at thla ©lff that unknown |*ir
ties In Clayton Fayette and Spalding
roomie have leeti going masked an*)
tit am is • nnont farm lal* j
orer, Aid ©rd t.g n m to leave the !
• fate, thi no! on) violating: lb# law in
they** aw a ull a, hut gr*atl> injuring: ih ;
(Wantere and farmer.' wo * Uhoiriw ai
thus driven away ami the.r vrofia left
tmcnthereJ. it or L, and that the *cr#
tary of stot*- record and i u** a pro> tarna
tion. offering u reward of Sl< for the p
-pr**her,tlon and delivery to tho *her Iff of
either of the tbove named lantle* with
proof suffW'ient to ronvid, any one oi
more of the said unknown jar le* *
•*Jel the Kipper" I luh.
This reward * i **fT* r>#*| by reason of •
petition that ha* been presented to the
Governor by prominent cl tigers of ail
three of the counties referred to in tne
order and by the ordinary of Clayton
The petition reamj that ttwre is an or
ffanixod club, known a* "Jack th R)
per.*' wrhoee member* mtke nightly **-
ssilts on Inoffensive laborers. h*Mt-)ne
fhem fearful!) and threatening to kill
them In the laat ten da>* eix are said
to have been beat* n almost to d?4th.
while many others, were not so baity In
ftired Th** hands are being e.tten and
frightened arvl are wa tied to leave This
la being lone m many •-■*. causing great
])atreas among the f jrni i- with un
The gang i* also charged with writing
ohs ene and Incendiary letter* The g.ng
la said to be strong in all three of the
counties and petitioner* ak the aid cf
the state to #uppr u< h unlawfulness
Besides the signatures of a number of
ettlion* th* ordinary of Clayton county
Individually adds that lw* believes the
facts in the petition to be all true
and that he hope* the Goverocior wU! try
to put a stop to suck matters Since the
reward ha* been offered, the gang may
h* brought toe speedy end But they are
•aid to b#* well orgamaed sn 1 there may
yet be further trouble Gov Catvller of
fered the reward Immediately upon the
true facts in the case being presented to
AGAINST JIDUK HILIEY.
Action Heist taken to firing tbosi
Atlanta. Oct. 1 -The Fulton County
Democratic Kx* utivc Cuffimitie • of
whkh AI bar t Howell. Jr. la chairman,
this morning appointed a aub-commlttee
consisting of Harvey Johnson, ciiairnvti
W J. Campbell and 8 Vt Day to draft
resolutions asking the newspapers of the
city to give publicity to the lac. that
Judge William M. Hule* y who Is a can
didate for the office of otdlnary oi Fulton
county war circulating tl k# * bead, and
•’Democratic ticket" and that on this
ticket the name of John 1< Wilkinson,
who was nominate 1 by the Democrat i<
primary does not appc.tr
In addition to the request made of Ih*
fiaper* the Democrats oi Fulton count>
are earnestly requested to look carefully
at (heir tickets before voting on Wed
nesday. Oct. 3. Members of the iommi‘
tee state that they pit two I t Im*im reeot ill ions
In justice to the regular Dhih* rati ifnm
nee. Judge lluls* y MMh* im* *go an
nounced that he Intended to slay in the
race and refused) to abide the decision of
the prkmat y H*tiai. an Iw* been tic cu
torn of candidates previously. The Fulton
County Executive Committee ha* already
taken action on the mattei previous to th*
resolution* f ram* and to-day. but It Is said
Judge lloleey refund to abide by the re
quest. He had had ticket.-, printed and
these are to Is- circulat'd In different
wards on the day of election,
F.Mlilt %t Ft) JEWISH IMBUtaON.
lllcltardaon Mill Wed a V nu*. Lad,
of That Faith.
Atlanta. Oct. I.—ln order that he might
marry a Jewish girl, Frank Itlchardrnn, a
promtnen. contractor In Georgia, renounc
ed the Ckrlattan religion yesterday and
Joined the Synagogue In Atlanta. He war
formally received Into thi congregation
at the regular service. Immediately alter
being received Into the church, Mr. Rich
ardson left for Hartford. Conn . the hum.
of the brlde-.0-t>. H< will low no time
In marrying now that all religious barrier*
have been removed. Mr. Richardson I*
from Hartford, bill hi* headquarter* are
now tn Atlanta. The girl fie l>- to marry la
a daughter nt a prominent member of the
Hebrew congregation ot Hartford. Mr
Rb-hardaon wa. unable to *ay deflnlt.ly
when the marriage would oc. ut. saving
• ha* the arrangement* had not been com
pleted. He left ye.terday afternoon for
Hartford and will aped the approaching
event. Mr and Mr. R*chardw>n will re
turn to Georgia Immediately after the
marriage ceremony ha* taken place, and
will make Atlanta their home for a time
J,t team Mr. Richardeon Is engaged In
•he construction of a large cotton mill at
Gainesville. Oa . and eeveral other plant*
of a like character throughout the state.
THE. HAH.Ht>AD POMAHSSIOX.
Alleged nucrlmlnatloa* talnl
TlflOM t t ome I p.
Atlanta. Oct. I.—The Railroad I'omml,-
lion will meet to-morrow with each of
the commlMilotier* present, to consider
several important question* Among
them are the proposed change In Rut* So.
of the cotnmoidoo whkh relate* to the
switching and transferring of cars at
terminal-, the change proposed In tha
plana for the building of a depot at Hart
well, and Hie discrimination thit. II le
claimed, to practiced by the Rratavird Atr
Line the Grorgia Southern and Florida,
the Uentral and the Bout hem. sgalttat
the city of Tifton.
Thto las* question ha* for some tint*
been agnate*! The Tifton people alleging
that they ar# greatly discriminated
against. The meeting as a whole will be
one. of the met Important that the com
mlsatoat has held In some time.
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miOHO H I* (IT l\ TWO.
ICeltleNtly Waa Ir.lna to IMral n
Hide nn a Train.
Macon, Oa , Opt. I—Joe Crmley. a negro
man waa picked up this morning at 4
o'clock at the Macon and Brunswick
bridge on the Southern Hr had been cue
In twain by a train. The two pares were
placed m a barrel and brought to Macon
for the coroner's Inve-ligattoti Ah express
receipt on hi* person showed that he had
eenrt a vallar to Rhine. (In . on Saturday
A* be had no ticket H wa* supposed he
wa* trying to law. hi* way oa the trata to
follow bis value.
* The T)\orn Comes Forth
With Point Forward. ’*
77?<r thorn point of disease
is an ache or pain. But the
blood is the feeder of the
whole body. Purify it with
Kidneys. liver ami stomach will >1
one# respond ? No lliom m thi* point.
Blood Poisoning -.“The surgeon M
When hr took out tbe bras, .hr 11 received Id
wound at San Jttan Hill two wrrka before,
that It would have poisoned mr If It bad
Dot been tor ruy pure blood. 1 told him It
• it Ihaid'a barvapartll* that niadr it pura.”
OroHix P. imm. to. a. 25th 0. S Inf..
Washington Barracks. Washington, D. C.
Rheumatism -■ Myeelf and a friend
•tub suffered from sever* attacks of rh#u
-o>at Ism llmolt Sarsaparilla cured both.
WV would not be without It." Wu U
Lvrrva 6S leonard St , Kali Hirer. Mas*
Never Disgpp oints
m,.y cRtTiAfU- In Itkl * lilt It • -• S|Orffl
% h \\ till, l\*m TOR.
Macon's (arnlsal (liNnal Paid Oat.
vstnnnsh fslrl Married.
Macon. Oft. 1 Agricultural Commi-*lnn
tr i>. H ffrevtns. passed through here
to-duy, and announced thai he had just
ap|*ln*vi Dr. T A ('beatham the drug
gist, oil Intpc tor to flll the unexplrel
term of Tom W !x>y!e*. who has gor.**
to Atlanta to accept a position on the
Mayor Bmith said •.!*> the atreat fair
lacked only 1. o of paying Its own n
pensea. H** save that h*e*?ofore the ftty
administration ha* ikinated II (*■■ to sur*h
enterprises. iml dicin’' get .vs much ben
efit as trie f£Vi brings them this tlm*
Marry II Harrison and Ml Pauline
Hmifh of Savannah, were married here
to-night. It waa quite a surprise to their
frands, a.though they had been sweet
hearts in Savannah where Mr Harrison
had formerly resided He Is a cablne'
ATHEAV IAHMVAB RH.IYI.
rircwsrkl anl Many Other Inflereat
Ather.s. . Oct 1 —The Athens cgr
id \ 11 opened at noon to-dav with a civic
parade 'hr*** and a half miles long, 3.5hu
peofrle lielng in line at the romlualon of
the parade PTve thousand people assem
bled In from of the arch on Clayton
street and saw Mayor Smith turn the
key a of the city over to M tl. Michael
FretHdent of the Carnival Association,
who in turn delivered them over to Col
? C Upaon. lo>ri High Oismh-i lain to
B|>ei • hes of welcome were made by all
to-night. Thotnainds of people saw for
the first tkn** In the South, Fain’s "Fall
of Fakin'* on the campus.
To-morrow is the big farmer's parade
it vrltl he several miles long and there
are 9uu entries for the prli*.
In the afternoon the 'Brownies’* will
(karadc. and at night Pain a "Fall of
Pekin" will be repeated.
rOfTKD 1% LEHIGH RKGIOY.
'finer* Will I (insider Proposition
for nn Incrrasr.
Hasletoti. Fa.. Oct. I.—Notice of the |n
ct*a*a In wages and the reduction In the
price of powder, decided upon by the op
erators at Wllkesbarre to-night, were
posted at all of the collierlcf In the
President Mitchell, wrhen ahown a copy
of tlu notice, declined to any anything at
this tim, but Intimated that he might
outline hie position at the Wilkesbarr*-
moss meeting to-morrow. He added, how
ever. that there would tie no resumption of
work until w convention of the anthracite
miners hud been vailed and the proposi
THIKh TO TAKE HIT THE WIRE.
I*n*mater Ordered Telephone torn
lo l.e*ve It Alone.
The sharp competition for business be
tween the two telephone companies ap
j.ccre to tie accompanied with some 111
feeling, judging from the circumstance*
which attended the r. ntovu) of the Itell
phone and the suloiMutlon of a Georgia
phone at the Poatofllc. yesterday.
lYistmustcr Imvl* called upon the Iso
- ampoules recently to submit bids for
furnishing the Postoffice with telephone
service, dating from Oct. 1. Both compa
nlt* submitted bids and that of the Geor
gia t'ompan.v being much the lower the
manager of the company was notified of
It* acet plane*, and the Beil Company woe
notified to dleconilnue tie service and Im
mediately proceeded o remove Its ap
The Postolbee floor of the government
building is equipped with a telephone con
dull. running from the York and Whita
ker street corner of the building, under
the floor to Hie ofilces of the Postmaster
and his assistant. The conduit pursues a
comewhat circuitous route, coming out at
n |>ont on the wall where It t* neatly hid
den by a mahogany panel. When the Bell
Company's man arrived at the office he
proceeded t remove the panel covering
the mouth of the conduit Postmaster
Doyle was notified at once by some of the
employe* of the office.
On bring asked hy the rote master what
he was trying to do the man replied that
he Intended o remove the wire from the
conduit Be was Informed that the wire
wus the property of tile Po#tofft-e. The
workman Imlsted that the wire was the
properly of the B*dl Company, and an
nounced a very positive Intention of re
moving ts The postmaster was even
more positive tn h * determination that
the wire should not be moved He dis
tinctly remembered that there was a wire
In the conduit before the telephone wa*
put tn. a* otherwise tt would have been
Impossible to loy the telephone wire, and
he did not propose to have the conduit
rendered useless by the removal of the
only wlte hy which connection could be
mode through the conduit Ho accordingly
ordered the telephone man to discontinue
the work of removal as the contract with
•he company had not yet expired.
Early yesterday morttlne the respresen
latlve of the Bell Company put In hi* ap
pearance and proceeded to remove his
company's apparatus. Including as much
of the wire ns he could get hold of. Ac
cording lo the I’ostctfice employes he was
ui title to pull the wire out and so cut it
off and Biuff.d It as far up the conduit as
possible This was the condition In which
the Georgia Company's employes found It
later In the day. hut they aurceerted In
fishing the wire out and making connec
tion without nny difficulty It la said
that the reason the Bell Company's man
failed In his effort to pull the wire out Is
that a Georgia man had tied It at the oth
er end of the conduit outside the building
TO CB RE A ITli.ll It OAK BAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet*.
Al! druggist* refund the money tf R falls
to cure E W Grove's signature to on
each box. 26c —ad.
THF.MOItNING.NEWS: TUESDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1900.
DID A NI IIIIMI BlftlßKM.
Latatea Neeelved (ttmtlnn at Jwdge
! The October f*rm of the t'mtrt of Ordi
nary was ommenced yesterday. nd ti.e
following matters of buslne*- were tran
| s-*ted T*e will of Pamela Fitiaimmor*
waa filed and probated In common form
' arvl ietrera tcsiam* nar> granted to Ku*
KWtU Clara K iißlßimura the e*a uttix
Tire will of #***rge A Keller was pro
bated in iommou form, arvl Kiter* testa*
meotary granted to Mrs. Mary E Keller
*r*| laimar Keller, executor and exe* u*
letters dismkesory were grantel *u Mis
Ann * M I) Morgan as guurvlian of John
Moigan. to Jordan F. Brooks, vtmln let ro
tor of * state of Elia J ottee. to Eld red
Gaffcken. .••fmintstrator of eatate of James
II to Jovial) T Clarks, guar
dian of Kugetiie O Clark# minor, and
lo Mrs. M C Herrmann guardam f Jo
*te M Nutigeter. and Mamie A. Clark**
t'harle* W Biuu)', almlnistrator of es
tate George II Htori*, file-1 an application
to sell real estate
I.etter* of guardianship on the property
of t'larence II Hmklnson. an 1 others,
minor* were to Monahan
Le'ters of administration were granted
to J F Hr<v.k • county administrator.
ufoi the estate of I vai Agoos to M A
O’Byrne. ut>on the eetgta of Ellen Morgan
and to Joseph I> Koughe.-*, upon the es
tate of Ann G. Po-ig' ea.
disml**'ry* upon the etate of
George 8 offer man weie granted to John
J. M fionough executor
Widow * year’s supports w*rre granted
to Margaret lta\. widow of Jam*** H*'
an l to Mary Fivkiin, widow of Jo*ph
Alice E Barbour, widow of Bober? T
BarUmr. and Annie Jerkin*, widow of
Joseph M Jerkins, filed |etltlon* for
year’, support, and appraisers were ap
The will of F’etrlrk Cain was filed and
offered for probate In solemn form I’pon
application of M A O’Byrne. exe<*uor.
the hearing Is to he had Nov. & next
Ja oh Bhellmgn filed an application to
have deed made to him under hopd for
(Mle by Mrs N P Burrough. administra
trix of Joseph M Burroughs
An order wm passed granting commis
sion to M Nuughtln and M. A. O*Byrne.
exe* utor* of will of Ann Burns, on trans
fer of property In kind to legatees under
Jame* P Arnett filed his application to
probate the will of John F Sullivan tn
solemn form, upon which a hearing will
be bad on Nov. ft next
M A O Byrne, administrator on the es
tate of Ellen Morgan, filed ieiltion to aell
real estate. Rosa Lloyd, the widow* of
Renjnmin Lloyd, filed her petition for
Ef ZBMAi AO ( t HE, AO FAT.
Tour druggist will refund your money if
Tas© Ointment fails to cure Ringworm j
Tetter, Old Fleers and Sores, Pimple* and
Blackhead* on the face, and all skin dis
ease*- 50r .id
I respectfully announce myself as a
candidate for County Commissioner,
and ask the support of my fellow citizens
Those who know me know that 1 am ac
quainted with the county and Us needa
and If elected 1 promise to discharge the
duties of the office to the Best interests
of the people, and not bow to the dicta
tor of any man Reepectully.
A W. HARMON.
I ATE MEAT MITIt E.
Chatham Bank. Ravings Department.
Htivaiindh. Oa.. Oct. 1. Ilko
Interest for the third quarter of the
present year ts now due and will bo paid
lieposltors will please leave their pass
books at the ta>nk to bo batoned.
JNO R DILLON. Cashier.
Al’EI IAL NOTlt'fl.
Miss ChrlstU' Gaerx. after a summer
course under Mr. Ferdinand llunkley. one
of rite leading musicians of Ihl* country,
has resumed her teaching In Instrumental
Neither the master, owner* nor conatg
nee of Ihe British steamship Ardova will
lie responsible for any debts contracted by
the crew B 1 BMITII. Master.
Ml I AL M> n< K.
Dr. A B. Blmmotu has removed his
office and residence to 17 Gordon atreei.
All person* arc caullunsd against har
boring or trusting unv of the ctew of tile
British steamship Empress, ns neither
the raptaln nor con-ignees will lie re
sponsible for any dehts contracted by
them BARNARD ft CO..
If the party or parilea who came into
possession of the papers from our aaf* on
Sunday, the l&th Inst., will return them
to us by mall tt will he appro-toted by us.
and no question* will be aaked. .
HI t ONLY TIIK REST C, I SHIER ALE.
Tb* beat to th* Wheeler Brand of Bel
fast (Huger Ale, made by Wheeler ft Ca.
ot Belfast, It eland, from tha cal* ora tad
UiHitai epiiiigs ot trial city, inexe
epilogs ars tlie propelty of Wheeler ft
Cos., buna no other Ginger Ale manufac
turer in Ireland has those waters but
tfiocnaelve*. Tha Wheeler Ginger Ale to
moue (turn pure Jamaica Ginger Root and
not from Red Pepper, aa other* are; one
IB deleterious- th other to a tonic.
For Healthtulneo* and Purity th* cele
brated Whaetor brand of Belfast Ginger
Ala to tb* best.
Sole Southern Agent* Savannah. Go.
FANCY tin RE-PR EASED DKICKr
We manufacture and sell all kinds of
fancy and re-pre*a#d brick paving and
bidlrtln* brick# Our common brick are
the lftet for building pu po-#-, being
larger ihan other kilns make, and cheap
er Rre samp!#- and prices
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO..
Congre*# and Drsylon a'r# t*
PAINTS, OILS, VAIDHHBI, WALL
Or. oar prlrca oa th* best goods
for yoar tialldlag.
ANDREW HAWtaKY COMPANY.
OI l < I.IFM *
Loan money a! alx per ,*nt on real
Attorneys at Law and Conveyancer*
Jos. A. Magnus
PETEIIS* -T*l. fiiotxl. of Mr (liwl Mr.
Emil IV).r, .r. iin'llM 10 th. fun
• ral of th.ir only d.uchlw. MUinir from
No IS Ka,t Hrol .trtfl, f t a'etak
DE KALB 1.0D.E NO. O, I. O. O. P.
A r.Kutar mwtlnif of til* lod*e will b
h. lrt ibis .veiling ai A 30 o'clock.
Members of .Inter lrl*ea arvl vldtlns
brethren corfflally lnvlil to atienl
C. H. CARBON. N. Q.
W, W. ORONS, Secretary.
.At ANN AH LODGE NO. IS. 11. P. O.
A regular meeting of thi* Imlge will be
held thlit (Tueartayl evening at A 30 o'clock
at Elk*' Hall Vl*lilng brother, are . or
dially lnvtte<l to attend
J J. KIRBY E. R.
t, J MAXWELL Secretary.
COKFKDEH ATE VETERA AS Ao-
The Confederate Veteran* Association
wlii plea.'# attend the regal tr monthly
meeting at Confederate Hall at (TO p in
JAB. W M INURE. Secretary
CENTRAL OP GEORGIA HAILW AA
Anneal Meeting of Stockholders.
Savannah. Ga.. Sept LV 191 th.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of thin company will be held at the office i
of the company. 13 Bay street, cast. In
the city of Savannah. Ga . nn Tuesday,
the th day of O. tobor next, at 11 a ra
rity time, for the election of directors
and tit# transaction of such other busi
ness a* may come before the meeting
T. F. SMITH. Aast Secretary.
LEVAN'S TABLE D'HOTE DINNERS.
Dinner 1 to 3 and A to 9. Tuesday. Oct. *.
Okra and Tomatoes
Bass ala Hollandalss. j
Potatoes a In Julienne.
Cold Slaw, Quean Olives.
Chow Chow, Mixed Pickles.
Vinaigrettes of Brains ala Provencal).
Macaroni ala Creole.
Prime Bibs of Reef, Dish Gravy,
Saddlt uf Mutton, with Jelly.
Mashed Potatoes. Green Peas
Cabbage, Slewed Tomatoes. Rice.
PASTRY AND DESSERT.
Pear Pie. Assorted Cakew
Tapioca Pudding. Wine Sauce.
LEVAN 8 CAFE AND RESTAURANT.
11l Congress street, we.t.
START THE SEASON BIGHT.
If housekeepers will use our P.tapsco
Superlative Flour they will be satlshad
on the flour question.
Thto flour make* reliable bread, bis
cuit. roll# and pastry.
A fresh vhlpnrent received to-day.
Barret*, half barrel, and H-lb. sicks.
A. M ft C. W. W EST.
HUE MILLING. HUE A'LOI H, RICE
( H AKE.
We have anew mill with all modem
proceasee, and machinery, and are now
ready for business. We solicit your pat
ronage and Invite correspondence; rice
chaff free to patrons.
THE SAVANNAH RICE MILL CO..
T. M Cunningham. Prsoblent.
John Screven. Jr , Manager.
MATT 111.*!.'. till I It I "LSI.
Have your matlri*es and feathers ren
ovated by our mcdtcataJ steam process
before a change tn weather takes place.
(The only plant tn Savannah ) It over
come* all Imparities and renew* life anil
volume In all bedding material. Price* on
renovation of featliera as follows: Bell
M Ml. holsters tl. pillow* tOc Cotton, mat
and hair mattresses made to order Fin*
: work, low price* Work guaranteed.
1 NATIONAL MATT HESS AND RENO
VATING CO.. .
Bell phone 1134. S3I Drayton street.
has returned and
resumed bis practice.
Neither the master nor consignee* of fhe
British etetmshlp City of Gloucester.
I Mllburn. master. Fallodon Hall. W. Hun
| ter. master, will lie responsible for any
ilehls conirarted by crew of said vessels.
J. F. MINIB ft CO.. Consignees.
arty IAL NOTICE.
Neither the master nor consigns'e of
the British steamship Crothorn* will tie
responsible for any debts contracted by
STRACHAN ft CO . Consignee#
fkivannah. Ga,, Oct. S. 19m
Neither the master nor the agents ot
the Bri'lsh steamship Htghfle.d aMI Ir
responsible for any debts contracted by
the crew WILDER ft CO., Agents.
Oct. *. 1900.
PALMER HARDWARE CO.,
Railroad and Mill Supplies, Rubber Belting
Builders* and General Hardware, Cutlery*
Guns, Kifl<*s, Pistols and Ammunition.
Rope, Tinware, Stoves.
—AGENTS r'oR —
Fairbanks’ Scales. Austin’s Crack Shot Powder.
.Ktna Dynamite. Fuse and Caps.
And Let Oar Wagons Call for
Yoar Soiled Linen.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West.
HAVE YOU HAVE YOU
CATARRH ? I RHEUMATISM ?
Frank's Rheumatic and Gatarrh Remedy.
It will positively do you more good than any medi
cine ever sold.
Price $1.50 per Bottle, 6 Bottles for SB.OO.
WHEN CURED YOU REMAIN CURED.
Bill ant Coaitrtss. Biart 309 Ball Sinn.
Bori*<l re<l man.
Now Adorns our null M**t window.
In |h* Ptatu* h*'# a dandy.
A 00pper-roor*4 Indian dmdy.
Mild* to crc* a may * orn*r
In ih* ixirlor of h* (>ai*fae.
H*‘ld** Ih* Indian, w* hav* a
number of beautiful *tatu*tt*t>—high
tri worka—for Hirlor or iKnxloir.
HUNTER & VAN KEUREN,
Jewelers, 113 Bull street.
Flrpl-clnf* #to(’k Ip p nrce, nn<l
prlcM arc 4d\ anoint;.
\\> ar* pelting OHSNHNE CO
LT’MBIA RIVKH SALMON bp
l-lb oblong, Rieaks. 25c.
1-lb. Bound. Sie.tk l 30c.
H-lb. Round. 10c.
Corn Flower Brand.
l-lb Kour.ti, 18c.
Th*#* <■>•!* nevar fdill (o give
TH 8.1. BRANCH CO..
Corner Broughton ami Whitaker.
NOTICE TOT A* PAIEHM.
City Treasurer's Office.
Savannah, Oa.. Get. 1. I9hn.
The following luxe* are now due:
REAL ESTATE, thirl quarter. IMP
STOCK IN TRADE third quarter. 19tn
FURNITURE etc . third quarter. Ifin
MONEY. MOKTUAOEB, etc. third
A discount of TEN PER CENT will
he allowed upon all of the above If pay
mrte* Is made within fifteen dav* after
Oct. 1 C 8 HARDEE.
INTEREST NOTH K.
Department of Ravings.
Southern Bank of the State of Georgia.
Savannah. Ori 1. 19*0
Interest for the third quarter of 1900 is
now due and will he pall nn demand
at the bank to be balanced.
JOSEPH COPPS Aceounlanl.
THI. AAAV TO < LEAN (A It rial's.
Th* only way to get your carpets prop
erly taken up, cleaned and Liken are of
for th* summer Is to turn th* Job over lo
thi District Mrsaeng r nnd Delivery Cos .
telephone 2, or call at 33 Montgomery
at'eet, and they will mnk> you an esti
mate on the cost of th* work Prtoaa
rauaorahle They also pack, move and
•tor* furniture and tdanoa
C. H. MED LOCK. Bupt. and Mgr.
I.AHGK VA AIIEHOISE AND OK
to renL lo,ated head of Broughton
etnet. on Wrat Btaad, now occu
pe l by the Savannah Catrtage and
Waaon Cos A* they will gve up
buslt,*** In th city on June 1, 1 of
fer it for rent from that dale
H. P. PM ART
BONDS K\Kl ITKO
By the American Bonding asi Trust
Company of iialtlmora. We are author
ised to evo'ut- locally (imm dtately upon
application), all bond# In Judicial pro .
e* - ding- In either tha state or Unit'd
P ates courts, and of administrators and
HEARING ft HULL Acerta
Telephone 91. Provident Rulldlng.
t Hist,> i t t . i in. nit t| (> • | | >( .
€ O. OK aA V. ANN AH.
Tho October Interest on tin outstanding
bonds of thi# ompuny will be paid Is
tween the ilat's of Oct I and !D, Inclusive,
on presentation of coupon* a! the Mer
chants Nntlonnl Bank of Savannah. After
Oct. 30 they will b- paid on presentation
tn Boston. Mata, at the off!,# of the Am
erican loan and Trust Company.
GEO. J. BALDWIN, I'rcwdenL
TUESDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT.
SIXTEENTH ANNUAL TOUR.
The Al. G. Field
OLDfitiT: B1UOB8T! BK8T!
An Rntlr* of Pa lac* O.ira!
Th* mom *xfvnaiv* organ lint lon of th#
klr and In #xl*t#ncw.
Watch for th* big atr**t png*ant.
Price* Matinee. 75c. T(k- .uni 2S; Night,
SI. lie, ftfle atid 2gC.
WKPNEBDAY BVKNINO, OCT S.
Mr. G*org(‘ W. Udti’rr prscnt the fa
moiiß laon ion and L'gAlno Tneater
N#w York aucc*t>,
Agfa ? OF
Prices—ll lfl. Jtnp. 75r. W and V<r.
gSVAIVNSH T HBATHR.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
FRIDAY, OCT A
AND COMPANY PRESENT
Ihe dainty comedy
"Mistakes Will Happen. ’
Bo* office now of>*n.
Prfc##>*sc, ft v. TV and li no.
iRING US UP
The S.W. Branch Go.
We have b*n rotnpelled to rent extra
show rooms to display our large line of
top and open delivery wagons, and Invite
t i>! IKaSKI LM A N CA THU AGE AND
Brought on und Want Broa<l #ir*#ia.
Pursuant to r**fOluUon of Hoard of
Mnnugriis of th llnrmonlt Club, th# fol
lowing outstanding bond# hav# h**n
d-atvn for redemption, nd ai* payable
ti|nn prffentatiAn it th# trtamirrrS of
fl#* Noa 32. 71. ftl. 7. 41. 120. M 22. 33 90,
111. a* il. 7. S5 and 112. lnt*r#at ceat***
from thia .Lite. HARMONIE CLUB.
Oct. 1, IWO. SAMUEL STERN, J[.
LEOPOLD Am.Bn. JNO. R DILI c, v
Prc.ld.nt, c*,hii *'
C. 8 ELLIS. BARIION c Ak ,
Vic* Prel<H.it, A..M, '
The Chatham Bank
Will be to receive the gectv - t
of Merchant E'lrnu, lndivtdu.U, L
gnd Corporation*. ’ "
Liberal favor* extended
UawirpMi.il collection faclMie, lnr
Inr prompt return*
INTLHI-ST t OMPOI'IDM Ml AH 11. it.
ly on iicrtmiTt
Safety Depo.tt Peete* and Vault. t~
r.m Correrpondrnr* *otlolled.
Tiie Citizens Sank
1re*...,. tOMit.l twikiii,
Ntrakaati, Maaka aa *tk„ Cargo,
CaUaettoa. kaattag am* aat.v t
’ aad dl.*atak.
latere,< aaaiiM.nnded .a.n
allaaM on depaalta la ,„ la,tan
•alety Oo*..it g 0,,, aad ||„ w
BRANTI.KT A. DRfHAIK. Peealdoaw
M11.1.S I*. LAYR, Via* Kraoldeai
•COSRK r. PRSrtttß, raahlar.
ttOkDOB L. GROOVER. A oaf. Ca.hloa,
of the State of Gfurglt.
Capital uao <n
SurpltM and undivided profit* ... 001 ■>
Uti ual iult V OK J lit. STATE! or'
Superior facllliiM lot ii.neaeting a
Oetteral 1 >.)n*li>, Busin,,,
Oolßactlona bm* qq uii point*
ne -e.-slble through banka and banker.
Account, oi Aiank., £loukt,. Mivbat.i,
and other* aolicttad. Safa Lepo.lt Uein
Lepariment of Saving*. Interest payan).
Sail* Sterling Exchange on Londoo a
JOHN FLANNERY. Pre.ldent,
HORACE A CRANE. Vice President.
JAMES SUI.LTVAN rahl*r
JNO. FLANNLKY. WM VV. GORDON
E A WEIL. W W GORDON. Jr.
H. A CRANE JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROY MVERB JOSEPH EER9T
H P SMART. CHARLES ELI.IS.
UPWARD KELLT JOHN J KIRBY
Acewunt, of banka, marchanta, corpora,
non* and Individual, solid toil.
Saving* l>epai tment, tmeraat paid
Safety Box#, and Storag* Vault* for
Collection* mad* on nil points at re*.
Draft, aold on all the chief clttaa of tb*
JOSEPH D WEED Praeldent.
JOHN C. ROWLAND, Vice President,
w. f. McCauley, cashier.
THE GERMANIA BANK
Capital KKO.' O
Undivided profit# iu.iAo
Thi- bank off. ra its servlcee to curpore
tloiiA merch.inis and Individuals.
Il.t authority to act * executor, ad
mlntatrator, guardian ate
l eu.* draft# on the pr!n< lpal elite* tn
Great Britain and Ireland and on the
Inter- a: roiff nr compounded quarterly
on dep.,its In tb* Saving* Department.
Snf.tv linxe* for rent.
HENRY BLUN, Pr.alJent.
o*o. w. TIE I'EM AN Vice Pretldant
JOHN M HOGAN. Caehter
WALTER F. HOGAN. A**'t Carhler.
No. IMO. Chartered, IMA.
HMS ill M
CAPITAL. KOVOI. SURPLUS. 1100,0a.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
J A. a. < ARSON. I ro ld ot.
BEIRNE GORDON. Vi e President.
TV M DAVANT. Cashier.
Aeeounta of bank, and bankers. m> r
cl.anta and eorpor.iilon* received up a
the moat favorable !• rntt. conatslant with
safe and onorva !ve banking
THE GEORGIA STATE
B IILDINQ AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Assets over SBOO,OOO.
6 TER CENT, per annum allowed on
depuait*. withdrawable on demand. Inter
est credited quarterly
A PER CENT, per annum allowed <>n
dapoaita of even hundred,, withdrawable
at annual period*
GEO W TIEDEMAN, Preld*nL
B. H LEVY. Vic* President.
E. W BELL Secretary.
c. O ANDERSON JR Treaur#r.
OFFICE. IS YORK STREET. WEST.
from Oct. 1, that fine resi
dence No. 211 Gwinnett
street, west Large garden
and fine stable on the prem
The Chatham Heal Estate and Im
1 BRYAN STREET. EAST
in NewsDooei Pi®.
For aal*. a Foraalih Newspaper roidar;
will fold sheet KxL It to In good order.
Price COD. It coat originally 11.100 but
w hav* nu uea for It and want lb# room
It will b* ar invaluable adjunct ** *W