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ARE TOO MANY CITY COURTS.
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Move *ocl Imu r!• % i*p* *• I* I row
I’lfiy-lour * nnrta l*il I*o Marh
Work on I lie 9i|i rente ourl.
Atlanta. Oct i'-c.iy courts will prob
ably N‘ dealt i blow ly tJo\ i .mdier In
his anroal m* - .*- to * . fb nerol A#m
bly. It |s \ r. Ik- v '.• the Haver nor
will rfi ommer and t • * th* Legislature rre
u j f, o tT) 1 1ii' f'th • ourts unless It Is hh
solutely n< < ©#.-ary and then only In pi *' m
bavins * - iffl itni population to warrant
For several year* j*at It has been the
rus>om of the Legislature to create Ity
courts at any point deslr* <l, and .* pres*
out thrll are some town- in Oaorgta not
having over people which have Ity
cour* nith the nm© powr as those of
A f lant * Savanna!i Mai’on and Augusta
The object of the Governors rerom
naendition. It Is fait will be to relieve th*
Mupreitt# Court of Georgia of the hard
v*o,k It h.ir- been doing for the pel four
y*are I? i* laim l that ihe i*y coin*
ore established mainly for 11 * • put pose of
hav .tig th* privilege of direct appeal t*
th* Supreme Court, inst* *l of going to
the f*up* rlor Court A tlie matter now
stand th© Georgia Supreme Court b* *r*
appeal a from fifty-four different courts,
•in.l the number of * *■*<•' *pb aled every
ir a mom * to over 1
Gov Candler si vs th* *u#© of the
courts* being so bird worked Is due to
the large number of city courts, which
have be, n established by the Legislature
HBOIOHT SI IT FOB (MHVNIO.
>lr *uaan Oeloacb \\ ant Telephone
nnl Hallway t ompaaiea to l‘s>.
Augusta. o>'t in-A few weeks ago an
n< count was published in your columns of
the tragic d*.ith of William leLoa. h.
from a live wire on a telephone pole on
Broad street. To-day suit was hied by
Messrs Henry Hammond and Henry Co
hen in behalf of Mrs. Susan Id©Loach
against the Southern Hell Telephone *ind
Telegraph Company and th*- August*
Railway and Electric Company for
The petition sets forih that lklasch
was a skilled lineman, earning s7’* or more
per month, with the pro*p. t of rising to
greater earning capacity; that hr was 2*
years old and the |.ft.ftft sued for Is based
on his reasonable probabilities ,nf life
It Is alleged that he whs In the pursuit
of his business ami acting under orders
from the company and was killed bv con
tact with a guy wire, which should have
been perfectly hafe. and which became a
live wire by contact with the potential
wires of the Augusta Bellway and Elec
tric Company, through the negligence of
both the electric company and the tele
Mr N H Baxley. .* well-known young
merchant and Miss Josephln* Bignon
were married at noon to-day at Kt John's
Methodist Church B* v T B Kendall of
ficiating A wedding breakfast was en
joyed hv the bridal party at the bride’*
home, after which Mr and Mrs. Hailey
•eft for New York.
PI.A* Foil MCTTMCREHT.
Affair* of the Colonial rinh Pot In
Atlanta. Oct W-A committee of seven,
with Albert Howell, Jr., as chairman
which wo* appointed at the meeting of
the Colonial Club |j*t night to confer with
the creditors of That body and an attempt
to secure them to their satisfaction, and
thereby put the club on its feet again,
met this morning t 11 o'clock In the of
fices of Dorsey, and Howell, in ■
the Kiser building The greater portion
of the club's membership was also repre
After som* discussion a resolution,
which In substance follows, was offered
and pass*d <nd was accepted by the cred
**A full financial statement of Jh© con
dition of the club was submitted to the
meeting, iiti*l after discussion, settlement
was elf©' ted with the unsecured creditors
on th© following terms "Fifteen |m* cent
• ash; 15 per cent. Jan 10. 1901. 10 per cent.
April 10. 1901; 10 per rent July 10. 1901. and
the remaining k per cent. Oei. 10. IM.
the deferred payments to he secured by
promissory notes to he executed by the
club and to hear interest at the rate of
ft per cent, after maturity. The creditors
participating In the meeting recommend
the acceptance of this settlement to all
the unsecured creditors."
At a large meeting of the club held
last night at the club house, about %2.fM
was raided hv ►ubscrlptlon. to the end
that the Indebtedness of th** organization
AHHKHTED %* XI *PE< TH.
€• rn l v and MmHh Believed In Know
Something of Yloln King.
Atlanta. Oct. 10 —Two men. Tom Grady
and Lee Hmith. |*aper mill employes, ur©
held at police barracks suspected of bang
Implicate*! In the alleged abduction of
Mins Viola King, a young woman, who
formerly resided on Savannah street, pear
the Fulton Bag and rot ton Mill (eor;e
Awtry. another member of the crowd. Is
ulao wanted by the police.
Miss King |*ft her hom last Suturdsv
and remained away during that day and
all of the following Sunday In c*mpany
with Georgs Awtry. Lee Smith Is ait ho 1-
iy for this statement Kmtth and Grady
mw the couple together and s|kr of the
matter When It was learned that they
knew Miss King and Awtry nd had •© *n
them, they were arrested Smith *y* he
knows nothing whatever stout the matter,
but only saw the coupb
It Is not known upon who#© complaint
the two men are nr res ted The young w*
man L said to have refuse I to return
home when advised to do *• by the m n
f*h© told them that she had no hr m* aa
her mother had ask* ! her to remain away
from the house on Havannah street The
men nr, hooked as suspects pending an in
vestigation of the .
•E*XATIO\ Al. t HA HUES.
Ilrltrs llrntliers of laldnaln %rerased
of n berlnus Offense.
Atlanta, Oc* 10 —The Prison Commis
sion. Accompanied by Gov. Candler, will
leave nezt week for Valdosta, where they
go to investigate the charges made against
the M< Re© mis demeanor convict tump by
County Solicitor Edmondson.
The t harges are of a sensational nature,
the solicitor general alleging the M U**e
brother*, owner** of the tamp, would ar
rest negroes who were passing through
the county and imprison them without
court trial. If the charges are found to
be true, the commission will institute pro
ceedings against the men in charge of th*
Wedillnu at %%ajr nsaliorn.
Waynesboro. On.. Oct. Hl.—Mr. L A ■
Black of Borow\ Ga and Mtss May Cur- 1
ter were qu.etlv marr ed here to-night h!
9 o'clock at the home of the bride. They
left for Atlanta for u few days, after
which they will make their home at Bar
44 The c ßest is
the Cheapest ."
Experience teaches that
good clothes wear longest,
good food gives best nutrition,
and a good medicine that
cures disease is naturally the
best and cheapest. Hood's
Sarsaparilla is the best medi
cine money can buy. because
it cures when all others fail.
Poor Health “Had poor health for
years . rains in t boulders, back and hip j,
wth corutari headache. nervousness and
no appetite. Used Hood'i Sanapanlla.
gamed strength and can etmeh hard all
dag: eal heartily and fleer enett. / took
ft because it helped my husband In n ’hom
it dae<e ftrenqih." M’%. t. J. Oifftls.
H ooie Ldke. Mmn.
•Wlf * ‘ I'S
XORXIIA II.IMM IIHOH>KI>.
Ill* llotl * .lust Re*ered—Hlddle
(icnrui* ( nttnn Mill.
Eatonton, <. . O lo—The body of 1!
! Bronson , Mormon cider who was
drowned In Oconee river at Long r?hoale.
In this county, was rais'd yesterday morn
ing The man w.s drowned Saturday and
had been in the water three ds>s and
night* He smi found about half a mile
below* the spot where he sank
Eider L E Jordan ia me from Chatta
nooga, the headquarter.- of the church In
•he South, to take charge of the body, *nd
left |.i-t night for Idaho, where the man's
family live*. Bronson together wHh
three other.-. ame to the river Saturday
morning to crosr The tfiily Irwsif in s ght
wa- moored to the bank on the **p|Hrit*
*4*l* Hronsfxn. contrary to th*- advi<* of
his companions, stripped and swum for
the ho.it He whs < aught with cramp
The director* of the Middle Gergta t’ot
*on Mill t’ompany hav* let the <onlra<*t
for building to M Mill in K Hon of Mll
ledgevllle Work will begin tit once, the
material being all on the ground It Is
>.tld that this mill will t*e m operation by
July I of next year. McMillan & Hon were
the contra* tors who erected the electric
om|*any‘s mill, Ju-t completed The- Mid
dle Georgia. Mill will have two stories and
a basement, will have t.nno spindles and
I*o looms, and the motive power will be
a SW'-horse power Corllas engine.
MORE AHKRXTS HAUL
Alan Latltr of the Murder of l.atfl
morr Not f'auicht.
Brunswl k. G . Oct. lh —More arrests
have been made in the Lattimore murder
•we to-day. but eo far the guilty man
has not been apprehended There re
rumors to-night tha: there will be re
wards off'-red shortly, and it Is hoped this
will aid in securing the right man
Brunswick's rndlt.uv men are consider
ably intereeted in the race for adjutant
general, now on. awt some strong emloree
mentt* of Col. Phil Bird have been for
warded from here Hi- friend)* here urge
him as the logical successor, due to his
active work as acting adjutant general
for many months pnd through familiar
ity with the duties of the office.
DIVIDEND OF Iff PEH I ENT.
Ithen* Manufacturing < ompany In
n Proaperu < audition.
Athens. Ga . Oct. Ift —The annual meet
fng cf the directors of the Athens Manu
facturing company was held this e\enlng
at the Bank of the I'niversity. The capi
tal stock of the company Is IliVftOft. and
the profits for the yegr were SII.OXI. They
therefore declared * dividend of IS per
The affairs of the company are in fine
shape, and the mill lx prospering greatly
uiab r the management of President T. IV
FAIR OPENED AT ATI.ANTA. /
Flni*hlng Tourlie* Bring Made by
Atlanta, Oct Ift—To-day the Houthern
Interstate Fair opened Its gates to the
Several hundred exhibitors are In the
hutMinc- and on the grounds to-day giv
ing the finishing touches to their displays.
By to-morrow It Is expe* te,| every work
man will hr out of the en. loriire and every
loose piece of timber will be removed
from the buildings. Practically th* die
lia\fr are complete to-day. Hundreds of
visitors are in th** grounds viewing them
111 KNKD HO( NE AND OFFICE.
Mr n m>r < hatta linnehee Floated
Away From thr Flames.
Columbus. Ga.. Oct. day this
morning the residence and office of Capi.
J. \V. Singleton at Fort Mitchell. Ala.,
were destroyed by fire Oxpt. Hinglet n
Is the officer In charge of government
work on Chattahoochee river. He man
aged to save the government books and
The government steamer Chatta hooch >e
was in danger. b*jt es. a|>ed by being float
ed down the river to a point of ssfiiy
not ED NOT HE DIM HANGED.
Prof. Mtii|*nn Disregarded the Action
of the Wrltnol ‘ttnnrd.
Columbus. Ga.. Get. 10.—Prof. II P
Himpson. th" principal of the Phoenix
City. Ait public schools, refused to a bid
a, lion of the loard in dl*mi>*lng him He
was in • barge to-day, hut notice of tre**-
pass was on him The pan now Is
to arrest Htmpson If he attempta to enter
the u boot building to-morrow
Th** town Is gnatly stirred up over the
INTERFERED WITH A XIGV
Woman Disregarded n *carlet Fever
Placard at Her House.
Atlanta. Oct. 10.—Mrs. Ella Huckaheo.
who Hvet- at No 1$ Cooper street, was
fined E> 75 In Police Court tlhs morning for
intefering wph a scarlet fever sign placed
at her house by the sanitary officers. The
ase against her was made by Inspector
Ordered New Primary.
Montgomery. Ala Oct. Ift After a two
lays’ m ssion the State Democratic Ex
• utlve C’ommitie* to-night deeded ihif
neither Willie Brewer nor C W Thomi*-
on were regularly nominated for Congress
it the Fifth district convention and has
rdered a r.**w' primary.
TO fl Hla A ftiLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It falls
to cure. E W Grove's signature is on
each box. 35c ad.
THF. MORNING NEWS: THI KSDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1900.
AA AS A GREAT MAH HE! I E.
j Polities Nud Hot Meat* Nerved I p si*
Ml I ledg e * llle.
r Milledgevllle. iJ ’ —Tha barb*
tie gtien by the merchant* of this city
in the people of this *nl adjoining coufi
!.,!*. w*as in very sense of the word a
uiiliant and remarkable su* Every
*>#timate of the crowd expo* ted was te
aAJ*e*l Early o-dav from every aoctlon
<f every adjoining <ounty peor*le began
,uring Into th* •. y From 7 until L
. lo* k they , am* nrd by the tim#* du
ner aviis MnQouci * i * *r* were fully S.WJ
people on the ground
Hot! Harvle Jordan was the fir*f
.•uaker on the programme, and for an
hour juM preceding dinner, he eoter
aic.rd * !,* large crowd *nd eii* stel ap
plause that wit* laig .and cont Inuois
Just after hU fx - h a half hour wa*
given for the p >p|, r# meet and shake
hand with the publk* men present.
When diruer was announced tho man
agers of th* Vii* wer* a little uneasy as
to t able ap t It y I*ut when the people
finally got settled there was plenty of
t*v#m. but non* t spat* The tobies were
arranged in m square Ther were in ali
Jevcn ta'*l©' a h Iftt* yards long and
all were bountifully spread with barbe
! • ue. pic kb hr* and and red hot Brunswick
stew, lemonade tnd i e water
Af*r dinner Hon I’op* Brown nd
| Hon t'harle- L Bartlett made spec, fie
| Mr Bart.er w * greet'd with a storm of
j apt* ant- and wa- frequently Interrupted
I durlr.K In np*e with ths* thunder of
; thousands of enthti*la*tic voh es ll* is
|as i"puit with thi** part of his oonstitu
eney a with bis Bibb county I eof*ie.
; Ihe thank * of the fieople who were pro
j* n die f'ol Jo*- Fi I’ottJ* who start
•*1 th- 'iue and personally engineered It
to its great turteto,
IN TftU I 011 MWroitT .N!>%%"!.
'•'•ln AA 111 He flehallt at a tost of
New* York Oct. lft—The North German
i L.ovd steamer Mam. one of the three
I steamers partially destroyed by th" H*v
i Iwiken lire, nailed to-day from Erie Basin,
I where nhe ha* sin e been making tem
| norary repair*, in low of (ho steamer
Bu* n * Ventura and the *> ean tug Edward
Luckenba* h for Newport News, where
*he Is to be rebuilt at a o**i *f s*iunoo
Th** Main Is the largest vessel of which
| there Is any record mat has be* n towed
; j*o far on the ocean. b*dng over 10.600
The Main later went into Gravesend Hay
and anchored to await more favorable
weather before proceeding to Newjayrt
News. The. tow boats left her for the
CHILDREN BITTEN BY A DOG.
% Cow That Ala* Also Bitten Died a*
a Itesnll of It.
Columbia. H C , Oct. lft— Heveral months
©go a pet dog bit the five children of J
Morgan Daniel, living t Low tides vii Is. and
then hit a cow The dog wa> killed Mr
Daniel was in doubt as to the animal be
ing mad. but took his children to the
Pasteur Institute at Baltimore for treat
A few days ago the cow* showed symp
toms of hydrophobia. It was put in a
pen by Itself, and yesterday died There
is naturally great anxiety in that family.
None of the children have yet been af
Columbia, 8 C„ Oci 10.—Th Houlh Car
ollna Inter.tale and We.t India Exposi
tion Company, capitalized at sJ.'h usi ha.
been granted a charter. It will give Ihe
exivSiltlon in Charleeton. and has just a
year to complete the work.
Cotton Grosser, (elite.
Columbia. 8 C„ Oct. lh -President IVll
bom who hat* been travelingdhe state tn
the Interest of the Cotton Growers’ Asko
mnilon. says the movement t. being en
thUKlastirally .uppnrted. The convention
to meet In Columbia .luring the Stale Fair
will be largely attended.
Given More leave.
Washington. Oct. lb—Brig Gen. Fttx
hugh Lee. United Slates Volunteers, has
been granted an extension of leave for
A regular communication of this w
lodge will Ih. h< Id this (Thuixlvy) fffXf
The K. A legte" will he conferred.
Member# of M-ter Wlge and transient
brethren ore fraternally Invited to meet
with us. By order *
PLEASANT A STOVALL. W. M
J. A HERSCHBACH. Secretary.
LOOK Ot T
for your horse. The cold wave will catch
him without his blanket, and he I# Fable
lo catch pneumonia.
Our stock of Blanket, and Winter Kobe#
ar* now on exhibition. Call e.rly and
get llrxt choice.
COHEN-KULMAN CARRIAGE AND
Broughton and We.t Broad.
OIL B tRKCLH U WTED.
Good price# paid for oil barrels at Mu
tual Ga# Light Company 1 # works. Bay
and East Broad streets.
All person# are hereby warned not to
hartior or Oust arv of the crew# of the
bark* Alert and Atlantic, a# neither th#
master# nor < onrlgnco will he responsible
I for any debts oonliacted by any of said
I PATER SON-DOWNING CO. Consignee#.
SPE* l l NOTH B.
All bills against the British Steamship
Crathocnr must be ptesenled at our off), e
t* foie 12 o'clock m this day. or payment
thereof will l*e debarred.
STHACHAN A <'O. • r 'on#lgnees.
8a v ani ali. Ga , Get. 11, 190>
'■'i a l (l. NOTICE.
Neither Ihe master nor ronstgneea of
the Dalian turk Marla Laura will be re
sponsible for any debit contracted by th*
STRACHAN a CO.. Consignees.
Savannah, Ga . Oa t. 11. 190)
('ll (Ml I mil va I I Mill II l 01l
DMA) fset of ash. suitable for wheel
wrights carriage makers, car works and
Itcctlor lion'* finish. Also cypress lumber
of all else# We have resume I cutting
our famous brands of cypress shingles
and will soon have a full line of them for
#.<!.. vale royal mfo . ..
|THb MAI TO (.LEAN tAltri.lv.
Th# only way to get your carpets prop,
tr y taken up. cleaned and taken .are of
for th* summer It to turn the :ob over to
the Dm rlct M.#ac"g r .nd Delivery Cos.,
telephcn- ;. or call at tl Montgomery
at:set, and they will moke you an esti
mate on the cost of th* work Prlo*.
raaenr.ahl* They aim pack, move and
tor* furnl’ur* and nlanoa ,
C. H. MEDLOCK. tiupt. ana Mgr.
t H IB 18.
LEVAV, TABI.E D'HOTR UIAM‘.H.
Dinner 1 lo 3 and < lo 9. Thui4a>’, O. t. U
, CUrtl Wine.
Baked Trout. Win* Sauce.
Potato*.- ala Ducheeee.
Sliced Tomatoea. Queen Olive*
Chow Chow. Mix'd Pakl-e
Chicken Croquette*, with Oreen Peae
Rice Cake*, with Jelly.
Prime Rltwi ct Bee,. Dl*h Grevy.
Saddle ot Mutton. Brown’Gravy.
Merited Botatne,. Boiled okra. Butler
Rice, Slewed Tomatoes, Sucar Corn.
PASTRY AND DESSERT.
Arp e Pie, Aeeoried l okei.
Cabinet Puldlnir I.emon Sauce.
LEVAN'S CAFE AND RESTAURANT.
UJ Congrere etreel, west
NEW FAST TRAIN SERVICE
09 PLANT SYSTEM.
Effective Oct. !, * new faet train. "The
Savannah Expreea." will be operated be
tween Albany and Savannah, Ga., on the
Leave Albany 13:90 n'n.
Leave Tifton 1:M pm.
Arrive Weycrosi HA p m
Leave Waycross I 10 pm.
Arrive Savannah 7:oa |> m
Time. Albany to Savannah, six hours
siul thirty minutes.
B W WRENS.
Passenger Traffl. Maniger.
(.BI T tMr CI tlt 1111 OF SUINIBH.
Park Avenue Hotel, New York city. ®ept
V Hanley. Ksq Dear Sir: 1 have re
celved eo much htnehr from Suwanee
Sprtner water I 'eel It my duty to make
a statement for the benefit o, those af
flicted a I have been. 1 was a double
sufferer from gout and catarrh of the
bladder 1 now consider myself a well
man. I trust Suwanee will soon be well
known here. Yours very iruly.
P O BIERNE.
S F ft W Ry.. Ga. Division. Office of
Superintendent. Savannah. Ga.. Nov. 13.
Mr Andrew Hanley, Savannah. Ga
Dear Sir: Hrplvlng to yours of Nov. 11.
In regard lo lesiimcnlal, will slate that
you arc at full liberty to use my name as
to the bfiieflt to lx derived from Suwanee
Springs Water. Very truly voure
K. O FLEMING.
Dti voc r
Want to be a season ahead of erery one
else on your style of Vehicle and Har
ness ' If so cell on us. We are going to
attend the convsntlon of carriage Deal
ers In New York nex: week, and will be
pleased to hare you call end talk the
matter over with us. We win order you
out any style of Vehicle for your eiem
motion. Come and hare s talk with us
We lesre on Saturday
COHEN-KULMAN CARRIAGE AND
Broughton and West Broad Hi re re# E
NOTICE TO TAX FATEHS.
city Treasurer’. Office.
Savannah, Ga.. Oct. 1. 1900
The following taxes are now due:
REAL ESTATE, third quarter. 190t‘
STOCK IN TRADE, third quarter. 1900.
FURNITURE eic , third quarter, I*'
MONEY. MORTGAGES. etc. third
A discount of TEN PER CENT will
be a I owed upon all of the above if pay
m< rm Is made within fifteen dav*. after
Oci A. C 8 HARDEE.
\ City Treasurer.
CAM 1 AMI BE-PHE.WF.n BRICkT
We manufacture and sell all kinds of
fan y and re-pressed brick, paving and
building brick*. Our common brick ar
the best for building put poms, being
larger than other kilns make, and cheap
(r Pee sarnp'e* and price*
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO.
Congresa and Drayton atre ta
IIOORS. SASH, BLIND*.
And everything In th* building material
line. W* are headquarter* for these
good*, with tb* largest and most com
plete stack In the South. Buy While Pin*
Door*. Sash and Blind* for your new
ANDREW HANLEY COMPANY
\( l A TED,
Two thoroughly competent Rice
Millers. Good salary and permanent
position will be given to capable
men Address with reference*.
RICE MILL CO . Ltd .
By the Amerkts BonJiny ui) Trust
l onipany of Haltlmors W are uu'bo -
laed to **ocute locally (Imm-diately upon
application!, all bonds In Judicial pro
c■ dlr.f> In althcr IM (tote or United
■ atr< courts. and of admmlatrat ra an I
DFARIVO & HULL. Agent*
iTleph< n# Jll. Provident Build at
rU I %l. MITK K.
Neither tha m*i*r nor consignee* of
the British *t>tmhlt' Puritan tnlll be re
sponsible for any deb:* contra tej by the
STRACHAN A CO.. ronii|atn
Savannab, Ua,, Oct. U, MOD.
Frank's Rheumatic and Catarrh Remedy.
It will positively do you more good than any medi
cine ever sole.
Price $1.50 per Bottle, 6 Bottles for $3.00.
WHEN CURED YOU REMAIN CURED.
Roll and Congress. Branch 309 Bull Street.
And Let Our Wagons Call for
Your Soiled Linen.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West.
SPECIAL AO l it KA.
ilirw %Ti wi?Tm w M.t, aPHIhuo
tv A I EH I t RE*.
There is but one cardinal reason: The
water is a natural diuretic.
Get hold of that phrwse In |t full mean
ing If you please. Turn to Abernathy:
"Nnlure’e way of cure of dteea'ie le by free
diuresis" And Avennru(er "Natuie
■ are* for the kidneys That Is health "
And Hl hat: "IlcaNh is Impossible If the
diuretics he neglected V
And the reason for faith In the future
of the Spring?
Ihn Juhalr ae wont to say to his pi
llar,is "See Mecca. Die." The Suwanee
Spring Is the American Mecca. Re- the
spring f.lve. We ere sending our pa
tient* to Pfori'M for their winters. Be
particular and specify Suwanee Springs
Put It in this way Tne water has a se
lective action on the kidneys. Tha ax
rretlon of the soild matter*—tha urea.uric
acid, and extractive matter*— la Increased
by It. In other words. It cause* bo
elimination of the products o, trf* In
creased metamorphosis of tissue And
yet. notice that this Is done without any
Impairment of the quality of the blond
or sny lowering of the force# of th# or
Drink the water unsparingly. Drink It
ad libitum The more the better Be per
*i-*ent. liberal and faithful in He use
Drink II regularly. ryt*irntlcally, day
dnv after day.
Bea Suwanee Springs Water Inebriate
All you can drink at Livingston’s tor Sc.
PH LAI II I 1 y til H 911.1,T
Ry wearing glasses that not alone enable
you to at*, but correct every defect that
There le no guesswork tn our methods
We have the latest and meat approved
scientific apparatus for accurate eye tatt
ing. W* make no charge for consulta
tion or examination, and should you naed
the services of a physician we will frank
ly tell you po
Our crystal lensaa are perfect In every
respect, being ground under our own su
pervision. They cannot be compared 'n
value lo the kind off. red aa cheap by the
so-called opticians or Jewelers who han
dle Inferior glasses as a side Una.
DR. U. SCHWAB A SON.
Exrlualv* Opticians *7 Bull Strost.
N. B.—Oculist prescriptions filled asm*
day received. Repairing done at short
We nre now moving our Wholesale De
partment to the commodious quarters 127
Congress street (formerly orcupled by M
Dryfus. and will be In perfect shape in
a few days, and be pleased to serve our
City of Savannah,
Office Clerk of Council. Oct. i. !9<W
A vacancy having occurred In the Board
o, the Commiseloners <*, Pilotage by rea
son of the death o, < ’omm.ssloner J J.
Wilder, and by virtue of a irsoluMon
adopted at a meeting o, Council hcl I on
the evening of ihc Srd Inatant No t e l<
hereby given lh.it an el-llon will be
held at the next regular meeting of Coun
cil. Oct. 17. * p m . to All th. unexplred
term occasioned by the death of the said
All applications to on or before
13 to. of tn* 17th In.-tant
WILLIAM P BAILEY.
Clerk of Council
■lt OKLT THIS BEST GIKbCR ALE.
The boat la tha Wheoler Brand of Bel
faat Ginger Ale, mad* by Wheeler A Cos.,
of be.faat. Ireland, from the celebrated
uoiuat opting* of tnei city, ineee
apilnca are the property of Wheeler *
Cos., benue no other Ginger Ale rusnufac
turer in Ireland haa thoaa water* but
themeelvee Tha Whaeler Ginger Ale le
smile from pure Jamaica Ginger Root and
not from Red Rapper, aa othera are. ona
la daleterloue— tba other lea tonic.
For Healthfulneaa and Purity tha cele
brat'd Wheeler brand of lie!faa, tlinear
Ale la the beet
■ole Douthern Agents Savannah. Oa.
Have your mattre**** and ftathera ren
ovated by our m.dnaied steam prove**
before a change In weather take* place.
(The only plant In Savannah i It over
come* all tmpuntle* and r*rew* Ilf* and
volume In all bedding material Price* on
renovation of feathers a* follow*: beds
IJ.PV bo ater* 11. pillow* Mfc: Cotton, moss
and hair mattresses made to order Kina
work, low prices Work guaranteed.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
Bell phone 11M. S2l Drayton street.
Hit E *111.1.1 M. RICK FLOt R, HUE
We have e new mill with all modern
proceeee*. and machinery, and ere no tv
teady for bueinera. We solicit your pat
ronage and Invite correspondence; rice
chaff free to patron*
TUB SAVANNAH RICE MILL. CO..
T M Cunningham. President.
John Screven. Jr.. Manager.
Loan money at sU per ,ent. on real
BECKETT A BECKETT.
Attorneys at Law and Conveyancers
grtV/ANNAtI THBA PEK.
, PDRUCHI-BELDENI CO.,
Matin** To-dav 9 p. m.,
Prices—Adults 2b-. children Ihc.
To-nlahi x.3b o'clock.
"A GEORGIA i RAi’KEH."
Price#—loc. 3c and 30c,
SATURDAY MATINEE AND NIGHT.
Presents the enormous dramatic triumph.
David Relaxed'# Version of
As presented far over
Mb NIGHTS IN NEW YORK
Prices-Matinee 7Se, SOr and 25; Nleht,
sls". sl.lO. 73c. 50c and ;:-,c
Next Attraction—Robert Downing. Oct.
Th**** ar© now for Ih© ffr.*t tim©
offer©<l in thls city. I'a kud in next
Grated Smoked Beef,
Jar?- on©-p->unl ©ach. Dlxcriminaf
tiiK persons Mill b© plea.rl with
th©*© article?, which were packed
exclusively for section,
is. i. Him a.
Corner Broughton hid I Whitaker.
Only 3 Days
I.©ft In Mhirh to hav© an opportunity of
ordering (subject 10 examination) any
ttyl* of \ehlil© you may want YV© hav©
hooked 23 mvn U! order#, to b filled al
th#* Carriage !©!©' Convention to to
h • 1 In New York on the. lath to 2ftth.
Come to*day. Will bo p.etmid to #e©
AND WAGON COMPANY.
By supplying the most m-vlern
and artistic line of WEDDING
PRESENTS - Sterling Silver.
Cut tilts*, etc —from which c
-lectlons may be made, and
charging reasonable price# We
tompete with all markets.
HUNTfiR & VAN KEI'REN,
143 Rull street. Ga. Phone 991
Grocers and Druggists Sell It.
HENRY SOLOMON & SON,
Si HOTEL BAR
LEOPOLD ADLER, JSO It ■ "
President. r... lo *.
C. S ELLIS. BARROV
Vlo* Presldeal. >, t
The Chatham Bank
will be pie sued to receive tn,
of Merchants Firms. lndivqj a . , £““•*
and Corporation* ' I ' 4t A
Liberal favors extended
Unaurpa.s| collection facility
In* prompt returns. * w *
I.T Off DEPttvtT*.
Safely Depoelt Rove, , nd M ,
rent Correspondence soil tied *•
O* SAVA.VVtu M
aslielaa A..„ a i.divu..u
Merokeata, ia.ka ~g .u,, c .
telUrtion. k.U1.4 wttJk
•*•■•■*F aatl Aligatsk.
allowed on deposit, to oar
Safety Uagoat. Boa.. ~a „
BH.tSTI.RY A DEffMAMK P,e.,g.. k
MILLS B. LAKE. VI,. **
GEORGE C. I HF.I Vtt, Ca.hle,
fiOEIMff L. GROOVER. A sat.
of the Stale of Georgia
C P“'I N t
Surplus and undivided profit* |+ at
DEt'Usl lOilV OF IHE SXAIE of
Superior fadliiiee lot tr.nsaciing ,
General uantftng Tiij. r.ut
■ uoevtlons nude on all pointa
acoeaslbl ihiough bank, anl tankseg,
A. i.. .. ii. oi iiui.ks, B.iikei - ,7.i,
end other. euh-Uad. Safe Deposi: Uoxm
Dcpeittnent ot Saving*. Interest paytkie
Sells Sterling Exchange on London q
JOHN Ft.ANNPRY President.
HORACE A crane, vice President
JAMES SULLIVAN <~ n .b| r
JNO FLANNEHT. WM W. GORDON
E. A WEIL W W GORDON Jr
H A. CRANE. JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROT MYERS JOSEPH FER.T
H P SMART CHARLES ELLIS
EDWARD KET.LT JOHN J KIRBY
Account* of bank*, inarchant*, otvpcra-
Hon* and Individual* solicited
Savin** Department, uuueit paid
Safety Boxes and storac* Vault* (of
Collection* made oa *ll point* at rea
Draft* sold on all lb* chief cltlsa of tba
JOSEPH It WEED Prsaldsnt.
JOHN C ROWLAND. Vic# PrealdaaL
W. F. McCAUDEY. Cashier.
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided ptullta Hu.**
This bank ofiera Us services to cut pore
|iona tturch m a and individual*
Ha* authority to act -a executor, ad>
mlnlstratrr, guardian ate
Isauea draft* on the principal cities I*
Great Britain and Ireland and on the
Inter-*• raid or compounded quarterly
or deposit* In the Savings Departm-su
Safety Hnxen for rent.
HENRY It I-UN. President.
OE<l W. TIEDEMAN. Vice Pr**:d#r.t
JnHN M HOOAN. Cashier
tv ALTER F HOOAN A*‘t CaaMef.
No. IMO. Chartered. Utt
MIS Hill HI
CAPITAL. toO.Oj. SURPLUS. mA
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
J A. G. CARSON. President.
BEIRNE GORDON. Vice President
tv M DAVANT, Cashier.
Accounts of lank* and banker*, mer
chant a and corporations received up - *
the most favorable terms conaUtent *ltk
safe and conservative hanking
The Chatham Real Estate
and improvement Cos.
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms.
To tom Pulls.
For salsa Foraalih Meerapep** bolder;
will fold sheet TANARUS, X. It la In good lOdar.
Prtca 1100. It cost originally R... bJI
we have no uee for It and want the rxn
It wtil be an Invsluabla adjunct o> say
Sovuaa* u -
THE GEORGIA STATE
BIILDINO AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
IS YORK STREET. WEB'-
SPER CENT per annum alk>^Jf
drpoelt*. wilhdrawvbl* on dm
lnlereat credited quarterly
6 PER CWf *F-r annum *1
deposit* of even hundred*, with*
able at annual period*
GEO W. TIEDEMAN. *Pr*ldht.
B H. LEVY. Vice President.
E. W. BELL. Secretary.
C. G ANDERSON. JR Tre*urer _
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERI**'
and work, ordar your Holograph*-* 4
printed stationary and blank book* ' r<—
Morning Nwi, ■avaonah, Q*.