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cau*#*l I i* i*h \'i*r i |v< mortem
The |*hv V *mi r N toitof i I
YYDlift W*-inr *ii that the
hull*! I( . r ' I U bo 1 from ’to
frnft T’• i* * r r ’i*m t* 1 toll til *
Juiwin Hi' ir l ll.w#of '•*!; • •**
|on f r ■ • hh. I •* r fr >i'i' r>il\
rlr . ulato that Mr • J!U*r w ohot in
Ito ■*- t • ¥
Mr Collier who u • Vnr*la> comm *
a. r i th# Vh- •\p i.o , found
lying lr *he \ K \ of h! home on
KatM'Xi Mrf**t I***? Wadn# , lri> muirurg
at . 4- k Ii vs., ipp***e I to t. l
bftn hunt In# bur#i*r* and had fa.leii
rV*r the e.tc 1 j*> I#. ■! *. <r>m t; to k
I*.!** h t the >rtl tol* w barging the
|..sh |he an* l Inflstlng rh won, I
•cridtntijlh A h *"• t hole wa* in
lii* !#fi .*• ,\-t anl i tVr r hi® ban*,
the toll having paentirely through
hie body He rltol th* tie*! muffling
Tr - < oroncr i#turn* Ia venli ' *h it the
• * kt'itVnl'tl from the theory
that Mr Colli# r ha t f a ! Vn 4o*n the
riep For the p*t few ,1 *ye r .mor
have in drrulai on ttot of the
(/bytir ani who .t‘* i IMr * *oher w• r*
of the of>lni<*n ihar th# h*l w** r*<\
from th* to k making ih* ttory of nr.
rWer’al nhor* M n# lmpa*#lhl#
The p,. i mooern wa held without the
knowledge* ol .me n • mtor® of ih* faml
John Collier, to-thc of th* dead mu
<L<l no? know th* todv had torn exhum'd
until he r**ii of It In the newspaper to- -
%t€.t*TV* HM.hTHV LAW.
Interesting F.pldr In the 'lrrlliii
of I'iilirr I oniinl*Huifr.
Augusta. Os . fVt 4 —Two special
meetings of Council were held to-day for
the ftfor! *l and third readings 1 f Council
man Ellloft'i amendm* r. f to the registry
law There was some opposition lo the
amendment. but it w>e p -**•'! and re
quire* a voter, not inly to take the cus
tomary o.*th about hi* residence and the
payment f but al*o to give hi* •
Councilman Llltott sold the only object
of the law- was to throw an additional ele
ment of safety around the ballot bo* by
•ddir g another means of identifying the
voter It has **en a custom to take
•tames from th* registry lists and ha'e
• hem voted by other- Now a man will
have to fit the ag* h well a. the name
There was a sensational episode In the
meafltng of the l*olt* e t'ommlMton-r‘ to
night Chairman Asbury Mull called *•
ten*lon to a paragraph In the Tribune's
account of the recent miw masting, in
whl h It was stated th-it Chairman Hull
had ordered a poll* **man to arrest a man,
hut Commissioner Fulgham had told
•he pfliictaUß lo pay no atten
tion to his order. Commissioner Fulgham
admitted the fads and contended that
>lr Hull had no tWftMa* taking ACtto*
port In a I*. 11l at m*. ting as police com
tnieeioner that thet** wa- a popular de
vnand th.it th* poll** and tire departments
sh**uld be K*| t out of politics, and If the
commission hop* and to a* mplish this they
must keep out of politPa* themselves
t'oir miss loner Fulgham. continuing
turned upon Commissioner Mattison and
•a I*l he had hear*l he w dispenser of
the Phtniiy • impalgn fund* In the Fifth
w ird. and he (FulfUmi pruirnel against
polite commiwwioi.er!* entering lnt* p*.
tit In this n dive wa\
MtiUexi replied that he got no pay for
services as l*Olke Commissioner, and
while he was willing lo render the eer*
vice, he was not wiling to m. rlfl- ** hi*
rights as a rltlsen and voter lie would
resign first After further talking the
routing adjourned without taking any ac
tion or. th* * jb,H * t
HI %M * Mil iTl’wrt IATIVE.
Struck the Man U ho Plead for Him
nml for Hta %rt.
Columbia. H C . r. t 4 —Lewis Hvars. of
£par*anhurg Is a sadder, but wiser man
lie smote the hat.d rai*ed in h*s behalf,
and now he wtd hav. ample time to
gmlte the r *k* on the c unty road*
Byars, a white man. w *s pled In the
b -slons t cmrt for .inuult and battery
o 7 a high at I aggrgva**d nature. He
had used j4st<*l, but hi- aim bad le**n
l*oor On a vetde t of guiit> le|ng ren
dered th* man who t i l been assaulted
v*nt Into court and pbaded ,with Judge
fienet f.r leniency Because of this ple.%
•he Jury fla* l the penaltv at one year
in the penitentiary, or a fine of fl&o
This fine Byars ws g ;ng to pay. but In
going cut of th* c*airt room be met tb*
man w h >m he had attempted to kill anil
who had plead hi* case, and struck
him heavily In the m*>uth
Judge Benet on being informed of the
a lon, hid Byars alb 1 into court, r •
v- k*d his flirt *nten< • ind gave him
eighteen months .n the > holngang
SEW it HF.IH I.L I’IIED.
I’rlrrfc on Varna (grrnl V pn ly Ihr
Philadelphia. Oct. 4 —'The conference l*e
iwwn < oiiuiiMieea representing # h*
Southern Gotten Spinners’ Am>-
rtatftnri and the Yarn Merchants'
Aeeoilatlon. with reference to a
revision of prl ♦ * for \ rn to*day, com*
fueled the work An Increase of t arid 7
cants m |*ound was decided upon.
Following u the schedule of prices
for the various grad*
Plv Yam#—Noe 4-V !, 10. 14V;
11. MV I !
22. 20V* 24. 21c; 2>, 21V . >. 7%; *. 3V*
#> 2* . 40. Me
Black Bkeln—No *lO. 17V. 12. !7V . W.
Warps. Two-Ply—No. fcty, 16.'. 10 16Vi
11. 17V. 12.
22. 21c. 26 22 %• 3V 36. 27r. SO. .
,4HNKTI.II POM tllMlir.lt.
Two \p(ropa < liNrppd U lili Mhi lug
Killed %e|sn *lg|i|i).
Macon. Oe. Oct. 4-J* ff Orr .*•• Sol
f*olomi. two negroes, were arrested to
day and placed In Jeffersonville Jail,
charged with murdering Mr. N* Ison
fclappy. t West Lake, a year ago They
are paid to have tv * n heard making
threats against the vmin* man's life, a
phort tlm* tefore he was killed. In the
swamps near his home It Is thought Bol
ognan shot him after the other negro had
The state offers s2k> for th !r conviction,
prd Mr Slapp>*f father offers SIOO.
Blllouineii, sour stomach, constipa
tion •nd all liver 111* are cured by
The uon-lrriutln* cathartic. Price
£1 cent* *< all druttflat* or by sail ot
C. I. Uuod * Cos.. Lowell.
is admired by every
honest man or woman.
The subjoined, unsolic
ited letter from et promi
nent physician cannot ffi il
1> lj t carry conviction to
any unprejudiced mind.
O % K II 111 * WIT\l(ll >l.
hniiM* t Hy, kaai.
11. .1. \\ itnilriin, Mar.
AMtin t Ity, Kan*., %nu •**. |!mn.
I tbe plrnsure In *fMtina tlmf I ti n\r u*r| Warner’*
sfr t nre e % |-n*l rI > lor fli •* la*t ten *nr* In in * prni*-
flre. Imona flic mail) rraaaetlle* employed, I lime foiintl
uttflilna that lm* ultrn *u*h uratlltlnu result* In all
ease* of hlll'.\ %Ml 111 %lll*ll< IMtH 111 l
In leverr case*, in almost e*er> iioiumr, I hae had to
resort to Uaraer’a safe t are hef**re • ftreflu* n perma
I am happy tn a that It I* rellahle, not only n* a
kltlnri and hlndder reaulntnr. I*ut It net* a* a eneral
tonl<- a* well, (hr moat *l*-Iteate iionint bi lielnu ahle
to tolerate It.
In many ra*e* of Y I M % I,K THIH lll.f'. I base used If
with marked *aeee**. I feel JtiatlPed In statina (here
I* an other kaown remedy that au e|iial It In all Kid
nr) or llludder I rouble*.
Wry *l*crrely your*.
K. .1. VluoDNim, M. n.
Free Mtni*V of Wimtr’; Safe Cure rent on appiP ation
Addre®*. WAKNtK fi SAFE CVIU; CO Ho htMtr N Y.
ATHI’VC !• II %M I* %H % 1111.
•*|4lr H4ll(l l*arant Wltne**el !> tlie
f rnlv*l % lattor*.
Athena On . Oct. ♦ —Th* f**iur* of the
• irnival 10-dav •.* he floral unrd* at
4 o'clock fhf® afternoon. If wu on* and *
half mil** locie nd roniatnel twenty
tight float n It wa- offc*dd by a quad
of mountat poll l *m*n. followed hv Gov.
Candler and hi® Maff Then ram* tto
t acort of honor. rowMMln# of fifty of
Ath#n‘ young oriety fn*n on hor®#*
Thl. pre-etled the queen who followed In
the mo®t #44rgeou* float ever aeon In
Mia* lulae Duboee *e tjuern. w• *
vision of lovellneno When her fl**at im
to *he triumphal ar*h on t’lnyton etr**i
It pfr(*ped *rxl the 1 eremoniee of OfOWfi
in# the Queen wore gone throtigh xxith
Th* judge® F* W klelrirlm Bur
ton Smith. H. C Neely, (leorge Baldwin
♦ ncl M Dufsi. mad* the aaard of prlie*.
Th* ftr*t Ifl*e W> was given Mr® Fer
dinand Phlnlty. who a carriage oat S2 ***>
f4>r decoration* Thip wan the mom au-
float ever e*#*n m Georgia. ®o ray
th judge*. It wu* d*4orated In C’hl* ag*
The aeeund pri*e war won by Mrs C. A
Gov A I> and hi* at aft at* In
th* city to-night To-inorruw will
Bryan and Btevenoon day. and Gov. Cand
ler and Congo eman Howard will make
Ai ihv .wrnlval ball i,-ntght It is
ma le ptilklc that Ueut. Col John Welch
I* the King of the carnival Col. Welch
la (MM, of the moel popular young m.i in
the city and hi* selection te approved by
44 ILL ELECT .% 41 44 OK TO-DAY.
4tluutn lli'ii germ t imfiilrnt 4|li.ie
4VHI He fioeeeeefwl.
Atlanta. Oa.. Oct. 4.-All Atlanta la ex
etted over the Impending city election,
which comes off to-morrow. The eam
i signs have been finished up. and Ihe can
•lalatee aie anxiously waiting for 4he re
sults. The public la also deeply interest
ed In Ihe outcome, for the campaign ha*
been one of thv holiest in the city * his
MuJ LtvlngMnn Mims candidate for
mayor, to-day ■ liarged Frank Rice, mi
caher I andldat, tin the same office, with
selllnk the city a lot while be wae In
Council a deur violation of the low Thin
11. the second charge Minis has made of
this nature against Rice, the first having
been made tn th- major a Opera House
speech Tuesday. The charge to-day I*
printed In the Journal.
It Is ronreah'd generally Inal Mlm- will
he elected, Mlm* men having teen hunt
ing In vain to-day for an opportunity to
t>et large sums on their candidate. l"p to
yesterday Rice men wire found on oil
*td* sto be-k their man But tin y have
disappeared to-day Four out of every
five men on tls* street say Mime will t>e
elected W't h Rice second, and Mltrhel
and M'Ciillough ne. k and neck for last
place In the race The fight I* clearly lie
twish Mims and Rice
The Best I'reserislles f*r Malaria,
Chills and Fever, la a bottle of Orove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic It I* simply Iron
and quinine in a tasteless form No cute
—CO pay Price We -ad
814.8.000 I'llH Nt 11,48144*8.
The Leal.tain re 44 111 He Asked for
4loney for the Teeh.
Atlanta Oa . Oct 4 The legislature
will be asked for a $35,008 appropriation
to he used In the erection of new build
ing* at the Georgia School- f Technology
this fait This was decided u|*m at an
tmport.int meeting of th'- board of trus
ts*- a. held In the office of l'iof Liman
llall yesterday. The school open, t this
year with an attendance of oxer 4>.
which l umber has been Increased and the
total attendance thl* year Is expected to
ex-eed ,V All the available space nf
the Institution has been turned Into dor
mitories, and .till there D not enough
•TOP* THE rut fiH 4418 WORKS OFF
laxative Brorno Quinine Tablet* cure a
rob lln one day No cure, no pay. Prl e
3 sent* -ad
I *BIB 4 4%14t HESTER.
lint lemon's Hollet Itirtatialely
41 Issesl Its Mark.
Columbia, fi C.. Oct. 4—Die harged for
drunkenee# A T Vernon, boss Jof the
Southern < r shops here, dtempted night
before last tn kill R A. Overton next tn
authority He fired at him with a Wln
i heater itfie at short range, having pur
chased th, weapon for that purpose Over
ton happened to turn hi* head Just as Ver
non was pulling the trigger and Jumped
in a door Vernon was arrested. He did
not seem to tie In his right mind.
t . A 41. I ouilllltlee Met.
New’York. Oct I—The Executive Com
mittee of the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail
road met to-dav and considered various
matters of routine preliminary n the an
nual meettna wht h takes pine on Get.
,3 According to th* best information no
#< rtous consideration has been given to
the dividend question thus far.
THF. MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1000.
EUITIIHS UK THF. KOIBIAC.
• tall •elected to Get Out Emory's An
nual I'ulillrutl UR,
I-ttvwy roil***. Oxford <ia Th* *l**-
tl *fi for oftl era arvi editor* of the Zodiac
wa* h4*l#l yesterday rnorrm* In the office
of Pr#Rtr|ent lomun. and rerulte*! In a
manner that will be entirety Netlefartor*
to all part lee concerned There ha.i ts*n
ouiie a la*#* amount of (SttconMon as to
th* flllln# of soma tf th* piaces, anl at
ona time it ltoked as If thera would h*
nQ v lum* of the Zodiac published by th*
das* of IJ*M. However, a sat Is fact on
Mr-m*nt watt rear bed, and the e tot lon
resulted a follows. Editor In chief.
Edward u .S ntt of Atlanta, hiulm i>-
nunas* r, Howani E Ei l* i. of Way rosr.
literary lltf-rs. I S Hopklna. Jr . of 8t
Louis. William F‘ Qutlltton. Jr. of Mad
Ison, Ferry l*harr, **f Buford, and laiuren
W Forernaii. of Washington Oa . ath
“tic editor ilu#h A Woodward, of
Winchester. T*nr. wrtton editor, Henry
1 din Jones, of Toccoa, at<l statistic ed
itor. Julian H Jordan of Handersvtlle
Thl*> staff 1® in every wa> competent to
**t out an annual of th* highest order,
and for which there will be a large de
TE\M AT EMORY COLLEGE.
\\ f-ii nr*4| >'• Tiinrna mr n tb fir F*l
l*wed fly another To-dny.
Emory Coll*#* Oxford. Oa., O.t 4—The
"second round" completing the prelimi
naries In th* tennis tournament came off
yesterday afternoon with th* following re
Goodwin of Atlanta wor from Anderson
of K ivnnr in. th* '‘Chinese wooder." the
scores being f—l. Ito 7 and d—l.
M 'aln of At.onto won from Boyd of
f*\(nr*Y after three **-t* wtth the scoree
7—5. A—2. 7-5
Moore of Bolton beat f’allahan of M,-
Donouffh after three hard sets, the score#
If which were A | I—4t. S 4
Guyton of Dublin won from W. T
Qutl’tan of Mailtom in two sets. s—2. 1M
On Friday afternoon this afternoon’s
victors wtl! meet Trumbull, Turner. W
G. Qoilltan nd lllouni who were the win
ner** yesterday, and th* contest will to
narrr>wd <lown ns quick y .is |K>sslb|e.
Interest in tb* tournament Is In
nod when the Ann s take place Krltov
larg# i**trt of th roll eg* will to around
sm I %L NOTH E.
City of ti<iv innah.
Office Clerk t>f 1’ unii, O t f*. l(*n
A vn inn having m'ctirred in the Board
of the <N>rnmle-‘i4iners of IMlotage by r*a
son of thr death of < omm>sl'*icr J J.
Wilder, and by virtue of a r -olniton
filopted at .♦ meeting of CJoum II h# Id .n
th* evening of th Srd Instant Jfotl e l*
hereby given that an etotlon will be
Ik id at th* next regular meeting of Coun
-1 il, CK't. 17. R p m.. to fill the unexptred
1 t*=rm *a.-lon**l by th* d*ath of th- said
1 Commissioner Wilder
All applb atlon.H to to fltoi on or before
12 m or in* 17*h in*iam
WILLIAM I* BAILEY.
9 Clerk of Coun- II
HUM)* I. \ 4 1 I MO
lly th# American Bonding and Trust
company of iialtlmora We are author
ised to sxauU locally (Imro diatel> upon
application), ad tomsia in judn I*l pro
c* dlt g* In aither the stole or Unites
R ates court#, and of adnrnisti atora on J
DEAR!VG A Ifl'LL. Agent#
Telai-h'n* At. FTo\tiei t Build ng
\OTIt K TO TU I’tll 18.
city Treasurer’s Office*
Rttvannah. Gs., Or*t. 1. 1900
The follow ins tax** ar* now due
BEAL ESTATE, third quarter. IWO
ST*CK IN TRADE thlr.l quartet. 1900.
n’RNITVRK etc. thirl quarter, ismi
MONEY MORTGAGER. etc third
A dls ourt of TEN PER CENT will
tv nl owed ui>on all of the almu if pay
ment Is male within fifteen days after
t Oct 1. c R HARDEE.
w mi n.
Two thertm#h v competent Rice
Miller- *Fx.d salary n I permanent
|w>*na>’' w II to gtv* n t4i 1 ipabb
men AMr<ss. with referem#s.
I‘hol Li; R INDEPENDENT
FIR E MILL CO Ltd .
LA II is I. W AtlLllOt E AMI OK-
to rer t, totaled head of Broughton
str*et. on West Broad, now o> cu
pel by ih* .Savannah Carriage and
W’aiton Cos A* they will g,v# up
t.uelr.es- in the city on June 1. I of
fer L for i*nt from that dtta
H. P. SMART
WALL PAPKR, rUl.it 11 A.YGIRQ.
We carry complete assortment of laPwt
style pipers, and employ only bat aitiata
Be* our gXNis and gl our osilmata ha
fore giving out your work. Our prioas th*
savannah building supply CO*
Corner Drayton and Wotigrea*
LAM.It I 41 LODOB 0. M. r. AAO A VI
i . w n of tut. tk
. Flily, . . atNb
i • •'Xr'
a • UKk
M.ml*r# of .Itlfr r.) trirxicnl
: rolh.i* rrrdutl. Invilni to tt*<, H>
or (Ur GKO T CANN. W. M
W C Tit A VIS, hcrrliry
LBV tV. TAIILK D'HOTE niAVKR*
Dlnn.r 1 to 3 an.l A to 8 Friday, Oct. 1.
D.arronl ItacD Terrapin.
Rockf!h. f:* Kaure.
Pot.to.* . la Dtteh.il*
Sliced Toni a tor Olive*.
( hoar Choar, Mt*d Plcltlea
Shrimp C'r<vjtie*.* ala Ven.tienne:
Macaroni au rQatln.
Frim* Rib* of lieef. rth Oravy
S'ufT*l loin of Veal, drown Oravy.
Mahe<l Po'afoe* Snyar Com.
Rlie. S*ew*l Tomaite*. .'amlled Yam*
I’ASTRY AND DESSERT
Apple Pte, A.-eorted rakea.
LEVANS CAFE AND REST At'RANT.
11l Congreaa etreet, we.'
Will he the happier for racelv
tna preeent* e!ect*<l from our
Bea infill. New Sto k ol St*r
l;ny Silverware, Bl.que and
China Statuary and Ornament*.
Art Pottery. Ru*-
*lan Enamel. Eti Our e ore la
now an Exhibition of Art tn our
line And all |>o'e are right.
HUNTER & VAN KEL REN,
113 Bull etree, Oa Phone 981
>1 ait R IPPLC,
W>*t llrnn*hlon street,
Agent for following manufacturers,
make your selection from them
Mayer, Buckeye. Frailer,
Cortland. Waterloo. Watertowrn, Welt
roll, Rock Hill.
Old tfl'kory. Mtlburn end Florence
Full and tomplete line of Harnees, Bad
dies Lap Robes, etc.
Keliey Springfield Rubber Tires put on
at abort notice.
biscuit AM) t#t%t Ki:na.
Our crackers are always
FREH. CRIfiF. DAINTY AND CLEAN.
Try some of our
JELLY OOODB AS A CAKE FOR TEA
GINGER SNAP AT lfle per pounff
lfi QI’ITE POPfLAR
A M A C. W. WEST.
■ATTRCBSRB, MATTRI ‘t *
Have your matireaset and feathers ren
ovated by our innlKaMJ steam process
before- a chance in weather takes place.
(The only plant In fiaiannsh.) It over
comes all Impurttle* n-1 renew* life arxl
volume In all b*<kilnc material Prtcas on
renovation of feat here a* follows Beds
|3 Mi, bolsters It. pillows MV Cotton, most
and hair mattress** male to order Fine
work, low price* Work Kuaranleed.
NATIONAL MATTRKBfi AND RENO
Bell phone 1138. Cl Dravton street.
1111. VX 4 1 ID i 1.1,44 t .414 PETS.
The only way to (et your carpet* prop
er,y taken up, cleaned and taken are of
for the Burmner I* to turn the Job over to
the District Mraser c r and Ivelivery Cos.,
telephone 2, or call al 33 Montromery
street, and they will make you an esti
mate on the cost of trie work ITloae
rate -hahl* They also pack, move and
*tore furniture and pianos
C. H. WEDLOCK fiupl and M*r
RICE X|||.Ll 44., HICK FLO I 11, RIFE
We hive anew mill with all modern
processes and machinery, and are now
leady for business We solicit >our pat
ronaxe and Inx-lte corresponlence; no.
chaff free to patrons
THF, SAVANNAH RICE MILL CO..
T M Cunninsham, President
John Screven, Jr . Mana|*r
44 L HI 4 A4D SELL REAL ESTATE,
Negotiate loans on same at 5 per cent
and collect rery*. Represent The Trad
era Insurance Cos. accident and liability
de pa rimer i: Represent th* New York
l n-lerwrtterw Fire In* *K*nry Repreeenl
the Greenwich Fire In* Cos R.pr*-ent
the I’lioenix Mutual Life In* Cos. All bust
ne** entrusted to u* will he appre- teted.
and will receive prompt and careful at
tention No 21 Hixv street, east Tele
phone 34* W. C. FHIPP A CO.
BI V ORLY TIIK REST 4II4UKH ALE.
The best le th# Whaotee Brand of Pel
fast Ginger Ale. road* by Wheeler A Cos
of Be.fail, Ireland, (ruin the celebrated
Crumac p.-u. ot that city The**
epilogs are the properly of Wheeler A
Cki., beniw no other Ginger Ale manufac
turer in Ireland has those waters hut
themselves The Wheeler Olnger Ale Is
mad* from pure Jamaica Ginger Hoot and
not from Red Pepper, ae other* are; on*
la deleterlous -th# other t* a tonic.
For He.xithftunes* and Purity Ih* Cele
bes ud Wheeler brand of Belfast Glnaar
Ala la tb* best
■ole Southern Agents, Savannah. Oak
SI 44 4NEK •I’Rlkna HOTEL,
Sue. a nee, Fla.
Situate 1 on the honk* of the fitiwanee
river t’llmate unequaled No m.ilarl.i No
moequitoec cool mgnt* xio-, hesl'nfu'
and delightful reeorl in th* South Wnt.r
cure* every known disease Ro.trd 110 |u r
W.ek Hjvecial -ate for < ommerrlal me -of
43 per day. which Includes transfer Table
and aeoommodat’tsn* strlrtly tirtt-cia#*
For lUttalraled icmphiet tddres* fiu
wans* fiprtng* Ce fiuwance Spring* Fit
ANDREW HANLEY Mgr
• PEL I 41. AOTIf 8:.
City ol Savannah
4vflic* Fire Department
Savannah. Oa.. Oct. 4. lsnx
Bid* for furnishing the Fire Department
w-t'h winter uniform* will he received at
the office of the undesigned lieforc |J
o'clock noon, of Oct. 8. !• In ac.-ordance
with specification* All hid* must lie
sealed and o.tdresaed to the Fire Commit
The Committee reserve* the right io re
Jtct anv and all hkls or to award the cOit
JOHN E MAGUIRE.
I v *
And Let Onr Wagons Call for
Your Soiled Linen.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West,
■ III3MI IOTKLL
Chopped Beef, 20c.
Thl* rMlriou* la-ef for ome
lette. eandwlch or ealai, 1*
now offered In thia rlty for the
first time. It la tas lly packed
Thl*. a!*o. 1* someth, tig new In
thl* market. It l- th.' finest ee
lent codfish, pocked In ftlaee;
designed for most exacting
is. i m co.,
Corner Hroughton and B'hlfaker
Our Stock of
Is very full, Ihe newest thing* tn
• tiapee and finishes. Semple pal.
Irma sent In advance of the reanlar
stock. A study la the Art of Hllver
tmciAL xo i itu.
HOW AI4II 44 H 4 •! 44 4 4 8:8', BPRI4HBB
W’ATKIH 4 I HBJI. *
There I* bul one cardinal reason: The
water M> u natural dluri-tl
Get hold of that phra* in its full mean
ing If you plea**- Turn to Abernathy:
Nature's tray of cure of dt**x*e I* by free
dlure*,*." And Aveahrugger: ''Nature
core* for Ihe kidney* That I* health
And Bichat Heahh I* impossible if the
diuretics he neglected V
And the reason for faith In th futuro
of the Spring’
Ibn Juhalr w.xs wont to sav to hla pi
tlcr.ts "See Mecca. Die." The Suwanee
Spring te the Amertr.in Mecca. See the
si ring 1 ,tvc We are endinK our pa
tients to Ftorkla for their winters He
ptrtlciilnr and specify fiueeanee Spring*
Put It m this way The water ha* m **-
lecllvo action on the kidney*. The ex
cretlon of the solid matters—the urea.uric
acid, and extractive m,it*rw Is jncren**d
by It In other words It cause* .he
elimination of the products of the In
creased metomorphosls of tissue Aral
yet. notice that thl* Is done without eny
Impairment of the quality of the hloo.l
or anv lowering of the forces of the or
Drink the water unsparingly Drink It
ad libitum Th* more the better. Be per
m-amt. liberal and faithful in Its use
Drink It regularly, syeiematleally, dav
dav aftw dy.
P* a fitiwanee fiprlrg* Water Inebriate
Ail you can drink at Livingston'i- for sc.
We are now moving our Wholeule Dee
partment to the commodlou* quarter* 117
Congress street (formerly occupied by M
Dryfue. and will be In perfect shape In
a few daye and he pleased to serve our
Ol ft i ÜBiITI
Loan m-xney at six per L *nt on real
BECKETT A BECKETT.
Attorney* at laiw and t’onveyan-'ers.
Has rrlurned to the rlty
end resumed practice.
Neither the matter nor coaelgneea nf
the British steamship Yestor will be re
sponsible for any debts contracte.l by the
crew. BTRACHAN A CO..
All bills against the Brllleh steamship
Jessie' miuu be presented al our office
by twelve noon this day or payment will
be debarred. WILDER A CO.,
Oct. 5, 18(0
•rr.t i 4i. 4iti4 F.
All hill* against the British *teamshlp
Elfin. Nielsen, master, must he present* I I
at our office by or before 13 nx -hi* day.
Oct i. or payment thereof will he da
baited. J. F. MINIS A 00..
w AfIBBE- .
gAV AVNAII THEATER.
AND COMPANY PRESENT
the rla.nty comedy
“Mistakes Will Happen.'*
Box office row open.
Prl.-ea- Kc. 60c. TV and II 'O.
Five Night* .ommencln* Monday Oft *.
PEJRI' C Hl* UELDHNI CO..
Pretenting the i om-'dv-Drama
"A OI'ILTT WirE '
i free Monday night wiih every
paid 3(v th ket Dally matinee*, ion
HI <tl.vk.sa RPTiCKS.
PF.OPLR H HO 111 %'
A dollars worth i t groceries here hod
better have two market ha-k*t* We
don't give grnrerl.a away, oh. no. but we
have a way of etretchlng dollar* *ha*
Is appreclat* i by our customers We eel,
nothing hu, 'he het
31b pkge eelf-raMr.g huekwheat If,-
4Hlh pkge ee!f-rt*lng buckwheat c
61h pkge eelf-ralelng bnkwrh. it gin
2'h pckg" fresh Oatmeal l<y-
Honty drip lyt ip cans ....
Evaporated Peaches |>er pound . '.V
Fancy iv-ar! Oyster Cracker*, per |h. ton
Cracker Ttust, per pc.im.l ..
New Mu kerel. fat and Juicy, 2 for.
New Sarutogg Chips, i*r pound
New Edam Cheese, each yv.
New Hwtss Cheese, p, r poun.l ...
Delaware and Niagara grapes 3>-
Fancy Oranges, doxrn SJc
JOHN T l'V ANR A CO.,
Cot.gres* and Karnard *tr,eta.
! 'Phone* >tl.
Office vn Rill: fit reef. Telephone 7<n
from Oct. 1, that fine resi
dence No. 211 Gwinnett
street, west Large garden
and fine stable on the prem
Tbc Ctutbam Real Estate and im
io Newspoper Piste.
Fcr sale, a Forsalth Newspaper Folder
will fold sheet lik It to In good order
Price SIOO. Il ooat orlglnatty *l.lOB. but
we have nu uee for U and want tba rootn
It will bear Invaluable adjunct to any
THE GEORGIA STATE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
1* YORK STREET WEST
5 PER CENT, per annum allowed on
de|*lt*. withdrawable on demand.
Interest credited quarterly
6' PER CENT, per annum allowed on
deposits of even hundreds, withdraw
able at annual periods.
OEu W TIKDEMAN. President.
R H LEVY. Vice President.
K, W BELL. Secretary.
There are more
shoes traveling around
town than any other
more numerous because
a lady feels most at
home in them.
Best shoes in the city for
LEOPOLD ADLER. JNO R DILLON.
C fi ELLIS. BARRON CARTER.
Vice Presldejt Asst Cashes
The Chatham Bank
W.il to j'li ah*-! (u receive (h tcotunu
of Herctontp. Firm*, lcdlvlduoia, b*nikk
a/wi Corpora tfona
Lsltor*i favor* exl*>ruJ*<).
Fnaurpa***'! collrtion faclHtiea. 'raur*
fr# prompt return*
DTtNUT 1 UHI'IILABW) ql 4K11.1l-
LV 111 DEPOSITS.
Safely Deposit Boxes and Vaults foa
rent Correspondence solicited.
Ttie Citizens Bank
Of BA 4 A.V\.4IL
''**‘*‘“ - lisacnl **sk‘*
ballelia Aceessu o ladlvldwale,
■efektsu, beaks aa4 sikat targe.
Cwll.rlloas kssdleb wlik safety,
***"'•• eawaponadeg (atrterlr
alleweS so deposlta la set Saeiaga
Bw*y Uegesli Homos aad Iterage
BRANTLEY A DKSHARK. Cre.iA.sk
■ ILLS H. LANK. Visa Pre.l4esL
PKltnolS C. PRF.EMAff. Cashier.
BORDOS L. OROOVER. Asst. Cash Saw.
ot the biuto of (lenrgla.
Caput I ...AMO.Otb
Surplus an.l undivided profits 4401.U*,
bti-ÜBllUilV Id lilt. STALL Of
Superior raciliiie* tor irsneactmg a
tj.ii.lsl itansing Business
I dHacttoqg n..i. on ill polnta
avceselbi* through banks and baokere.
A, C4HJI.I* Ul liut.aV, u.liktl,. M.lslisi.le
and Ollier* aolKtta.l Safe Deposit Boxes
Department of Savtnga, tntereat payable
Sella Sterling Exchange on London H
JOHN FI.ANVERT. Prestdenl.
HORACE A CRANE. Vice PreeldenL
JAMES BELLI VAN Coshler,
JNO FLANNERY. WM W. GORDON
E. A WEIL. w W GORDON Jr.
H A. CRANE. JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROY MYERS JOSEPH FKRST
H P SMART CHARLES ELLIS
EDWARD KELLT JOHN J KIRBY
Accounts of banka, merchants, eorpwa
tlons and liulitlduals eolßltmk
Savings Department, Interest paid
Safety Boxes and filorags Vaults for
Collections made on all potntt at rea
Drafts sold on all tha chief Giles of <he
JOSEPH D WEED. PreeldenL
JOHN C. ROWLAND, Vice President,
w. f. McCauley, cashier.
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided pronta .*
This bank offers Its service# to corpora
tions. merchants and tivlividuaia-
Ha* sutborily to act a axeoulor. ad
mlnlatrator, guardian etc
Itinif drafts <>n the principal cities In
Great Britain and 11 eland and on tha
Interest rsUd or compounded quarterly
4>ri deposits In the Saving* Department.
Safety Boxes for rent.
HENRY RI.EN. President
OW> W TIKDEMAN. Vine President
JOHN M HOGAN. Cashier
■WALTER F HOGAN. Ass't Cashier.
No I*4o. Chartered. I*4*
trills loiioii hi
CAPITAL. ItOvtt. BVRPLVm lIOO.M.
I NITED STATES UEP<)ITORY.
J A. O. CAHiON. I rtrM'du
BEIHNB aOHtnPN. VI *
W. M DAVANT. CtohliC.
Aoctunta of • anlui •fid bnk*f*. m*r~
ehmwrn and of r i>orm t loo* rec*lv*d up-9
th* moot f*vomb!* t*rti* *ono!*toi*t with
oaf* *Td cooo*rr*ltT banklnjr
m Morphine and
TiTTTI m it* treated with nu j**” 09
UI I I HII confinement Care gYiarat*
Iwr 111 111 l t#*rd tr DO par U H VEAL
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