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CONDITION OF STATE BANKS.
RETORT OF KX OIIM'.II TERSER
II In one of the Mml ißlrrolln*
(iralll)lnit Ever Iseurd From III*
Office—l apt Ini Decrease
llu, m Four Mule Hunk* llerimiliil*
National Other lioln* More
limn nnr.et Till* llerrrr.
Atlanta. Oct If- -*'■>'• H"k Koislmr
H <J Turner has Just m|iield hla nn
mini tepurt lit l I ''
b£TX"- of Owra i 1 ti tt 'al y<ar. end
ing hn I WHO Th< report to one ol
in. most Ini. r- - ami gratifying.
onl> in the num.'- of *u*t tsinke. bul
also 111 -loir loan i. serve, prolll accounts
iTTT"' • 01.1. •
A)(tx>< . i. ■ t i4 *f* tul xh< v> . •i ■
cr*aw v ISgmWO ihirinif the ia*i >< r.
tbre > nothing rtltroiirulni i* Ihrt*. frum
thi* fa< that it l* l<irif*lv •l.in-*l hy
me uC four etutf h.ink* into na
tional ;*aUik.**. involving a total gum of
s77&.*m Tlii-*v ov#>re in* laOtarv I u.k.
topical |Juo.uuo, th** Capital City link
rapltal $400,000 both of th* M r
rnaiita' am) Planters Bank < arrolH >%
cap4tal $56,00)*. arid th** AiOmy TrtiM and
bank capital $. * Tin ** n *
btuocTH* naiional n.mk. m> mat ifittr •
ital haa not !**n wi ratrawn front G-ui
To tak* thr.i t* * i •? In b* Mat#* hank
ifigt Met. in. lift.* n i.w iik iuvi lit* •
orfanlifd. with .m <tiul of
sSso.irt'. amoi.K Un-in n.** Germania L
ant) Itanktru: ( imtany of Atlanta, witn
capital of l-'U.tM only t%%* hank- lwv>
iron* Into \oiuntartl> liqufcit• : hat, th> L\
rn.in*r* Hank of Atlaitl . apital IPhMM*
and the Boutn Georgia Liank of Way. ro* ,
The Mali* banka allow a net iniftsf in
reaourc*.*- thta year, of sl.67:<.u*i4>.j. whin
the Inina-- in loan.* amount* t* 12.30 T -
AK W an-i th-lr and undivided
profile ahnar an it >r * * of SOI,OOO Tn**.r
Iriral reserve fund. (2.'* f* i I’tit of their
demanded indebteln**se is this year I*
ii/mmi. a.* against 9S.fh.wo in 1*99. snow
ing that th* \ ar*. ?file, year away over
the legal r <qtiir m*n( or in< rea in r*-
On of th** most gratifying f.ature* of
Dank Examiner Turner's report is the in
crease in Ucjxwdte, which Is $52*6,754.99
While the ipit 11 sti - k of slat*’ o.iiik*
lue to the chans. - above explain***) has
decrease) I**,*• ■ their snrplu* and net
profits ntiis th** ft*•!ittiy increase of $356
299 Sift. tnbrMttnK th*n the bank* have don*
most satisfactory bueinee* .luring the
pet twelve months It is also nn ln*li
• ■ I- • . ■ it
4r.if( M .xHi* nw i mark*d decrease.
m imiM. ii • viiffcx.
Great Interest It.lnu In Urn In Lit
erary Swirly Work.
Emory Col leg*. oxford. Ga,. Oct IS—
Thr mo Mterary aorlnicr. Frw and Phi
Gamma, arc noa in u mort prosperous
rondlilon. ami have hrfore them ilie
brlfhlrrt propm for n •iiccrssful year
.hat they have had for arveral years
Ps*’ Kar h has Initiated a large number
of nr* men, and among three har hern
found some of the treat oratorical mate*
rial that ha* ever route to Emory This
morning at Phi Uamm.i the uurstion, "Re
solved. That ths I’nlted States should
own all railroads within Its borders," wu<
discussed, nnrl after a splrlterl ilet.ite th •
decision was awarded lo the affirmative
The memi.-r* of Pew had as the ques
tion for debate. "Resolved Thai itu-
Failed Hlaies should estahllah .a tiallonal
university at Wnehington " and after a
lively dlsruKslon rk teimJne.l that such an
Inetltution should N estahilshed Itutlng
the debate a committee came from Phi
tianinui lo deliver ti I'halleuae to an mv
| tempi it debate. The rhallettKe was ac
ceptesl. and the following were selecte<l
to rspreeesit Few Hn. lety. on the occasion
of the debate Oscar I, IVozen raft of
Hoc It mart. John XV Itudd of Mi Itae
Madison Hell of Atlanta Mtewart Rot,,
erts of Macon. Thomas Hrunsoti of 110-k
mart, ami John t'alvin Itrmks of For
sythe. Mr Htaneon Is anew stoilert.
having entered tn September, and his
lion to this debate Is quite a t'ovnpltfnrnf.
The representatives of Phi Gamma, who
will meet the above In Impromptu delwte
during November, were elected last Mon
day. and are Howard E Elder of Way.
s’.oss. XX ad,- H latsseter of Vienna Carl
l.ewl* of Atlanta Alf rid C Hr.m of
Newnsn. Hugh A XVoodward of \V|n
chester. Trnn . and Charlea I. lt,*H.c K
XISTHXI.ItX HAL MIT.
Hardwick Wants It a* n sort of Sub
• fltWf* for ll( Nrgrn Hill.
Atlanta. Oct. M.— A bill r*i|utring the
usr of the Australian hallo* system In
state elections will probably be Introduced
*t the fill meeting of th* Qcotrsl As
aembly by Hon W T Hard wick of Wauih-
Ington. The object of thi* bill will be to
eltmtnntr. u ir as p*sslbk*. the negro
vote, and if it Is |ut>aed by the ls*Kial,i*
•ore at this .-e*ion. In l!kl Mr llardwh k
will introduce his dlsfran* hlw ment bill
It Is not likely thnt th. Hardwi k bill,
which caused s* much discussion at th*
last session of the o*nrral Assembly, and
which was kill**) by a vote f 171 to ,1, will
be Introduced wh y the legislature meets
this yeur. Numerous publications regard
ing tie* bill have been ma)e recently hut
ocordtng t Mr. Hardwick u is not his
Intention to put *h. measure in this ses
sion Mr If irdw k says that there have
been many 1* gtslator* elected this year
who are in favor of both bills, nnd he
does not think there will hr much trouble
In getting them passed
Mr Hardwick w el* ted to the Gen
eral Assembly from his county again with
th*. disfranchisement hill as the issue
His majority was .i large on*, nnd h
c om*s back to the General A'***mhly
pledged to make .mother effort to have
the hill passed During th* year Mr
Hardwick ha> written a number of letters
*o members of th*- Legislature < on. rning
both the measure- he Intends to Introduce.
an*l It is und rstoo*) th 4 h*- has recalvd
u numta-r of favorable replies
Tbe §••* i Prescription for Malaria.
Chills nnd Fever i* a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonlr. It Is simply iron
and quinine tn a tasteless form. No curs
—no pay. Fries fita- -ad.
Titvix. Till: tsg.
trunk tpprsml lleftre llie vii|irrmr
C ourt lit % tin of n.
Atlanta. Oct. 16 -Hoti Jo-- ph A Crock
of &.ivnnnah argued a < ***• l> fore the*
Fupr* me Court this morning In defense
of his nephew. Hell, who was convicted
and sentenced to harg in the Chatham
The contention r.f Mr Cronk Is that
the killing w,i* d*n< in self l* fens* So
Heitor Osborn* is representing the state
A peculiar f;tur of the rs- Is that
Judge Fallignr.t of Savannah. befor*
whom the case was tried, is In attendance
on the court, listening to the trial
Will tw rotund to tl* nttirl dnllßi
gnd yotir bUlouxiiyx*. hvili iw il
fWiuiUpatloo bv rurt-il It you lkf
bold by aU druggists. 25 cent*.
(•'the QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS")
BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTIONS
WHEELED Wil l 1117 Till ME.
The General and Other Confederates
Will \ Hit the Fair.
Atlanta. (>• t. 14.—Next Mondayfwlll he
Wheeler day and the Confederate Vete
rans day at the Interstate Fair. Gen.
Wheeler, with a staff, will arrive
from Montgnm* r'• and bis r ejaion will
be the featur* of the day.
Gov. Candler has tel* graph* 1 to the
governors of th* ne|ghl*rlng u k
inif them to be present nt th* *%* r ises
The invit.itlori* were **■ nt to-<l.y nd h*
definite arrangements will be cotnple'ed £
siion a th* -■ gentlemen nt* heard from
The Fair Commit!*- Iriten-D to in ik*
hls day a notable • Th* re will )*• new
features Introduce*! in many of . l* p.rt
ments and many extra thing** In th- pr *
gmrnme Gee \Vh*elr and Gov Cat
dler. nccomptnlel by th* *th*r g*v
-* w*th th .i -taff- will in**p * *be
fair after the review of the state troops
I'leaty #f McKinley Horj.
Atlanta, Oct 14 -Harry Silverman ha
m hand $; do*) which I* wih |>U* •• *♦ fid
of two o one. In amounts of not les than
$Uf). ui**>n M irk Hanna's man Ari l this
he will do he S*y-. In th* far** **f the
tact that his own ballot Is going to be cast
for the Nebraskan
STOPS THE COt (iN %\l> WORK* OFF
THE t OLD.
Laxative From** Quinine Tablets cure a
•old in one day. No cure, no pay. Prka
WOODBRIDGB The relatives* and
frtetids of Mr Wyllv Wood bridge, Mr*
J c Habersham and Ir C A Stiles,
are invited to wttend tti* funeral of the
former nt 4 orlork, this afternoon, from
her Life r*‘4*bnce. 120 Cast Dolton street
tdCtmldA CHAPTER \<L 3 It. A. M.
A regular convocation of
*I- chapter will held
fWedresdav) evening at Mi J
sonfr Temple nt Rta o’ c Ux k U/
The M V| Degre. will be jTjj
V'isltltig companions frater- 1
nally Invite) to rn** w’lth ' J
us. Dy order ~*t
II H cotxPINO. H. F.
W B ROCKWELL, He< retary.
CHATHAM REAL EAT ATE AM) IM
rnovi MEvr cohpwv.
Office of The Chatham Real Fettle and
Improvement Company, Opt. I*. 1 non —The
annual meeting of this ompany will be
held on Thur s*#v IMh inst . at S oft o'clock
P m at the ofhro of the company. No. II
Dryan etreet. qa-i
J II ESTILX*. President.
M J SOLOMONS HfC'jr in*l Treas
a%% %A \ %II RR4MH WHOLE WORK
It Is earnestly requested that officers,
members and all Interested In this noble
charity will m*et at 8t John’s Parish
Hall. Friday, Oct 19. at 490 p m Please
be prompt JCLIA MYI)ILETON.
Secretary pro tern
• I’Lt lAI. lOKUJ.
HIDE 4 vrWAMW 4\D HE, < OATEAT.
No such bargain as the Steam- Special
at S4O-00 has ever been offered the riding
public Think of It the finest wheel that
the Stearns factory builds, one that hHS
been tested by years of experience, a
wheel that has given universal satisfac
tion. for s4orn. Htearns riders are Im
mune* from broken forks, spokes, cone*
and cup*. Have you not liad enough of
the other kind?
* Goodrich Tires are. without question,
the best in •he world. These tires are
made in the largest rubber factory in this
country, and by a firm who refuse to
make a cheap tire. All Goodrich* Tires
are sold with • most liberal guarantee
At the following prices un unguaranteed
tire has no vain*
No 19 Goodrich $ v f -ft P' t- pair
No. 999 Goodvlch 10.0 ft per pair
The Palmer Tile 12-W per pair
Our Repair Department h * • mpb i
as moni y and experience can make it
Our mechanic* are men who have bad
y*rs of experience and who h ive reputa
tions as being the "beat in the business/’
We want your trade.
Free air on tap
R. V. CONNKRAT.
Hell Phone No 660 $46-34$ Dull Street
“FT ATE AAD 4 Ol ATA T A AKA,
Office rolleclor Riate and County Taxes.
Chatham County, Oa„ Bavannah. Oct
The digest is now open for the collec
tion of the above taxen on all property,
real and personal, the specific tax on pro
fesslons; also the Poll Tax for Kdu- ati*>n il
Puri*oses on all Male Residents of th*- Ity
and county between th* ages of 21 *nd
40 years. Office at th* Court Houa* %
Hour*. 9 a. m to 2p. m
JAB J McOOW AN
Tax Collector. C. C.
MM Is XI X> v AI l
Che? Trervnu commence* today
to serve hls well known Merchants'
Lunch fr.qn 11.30 in 2 p in Old and
new customer, are cordially In
vit'd Alsu bill of fare ala . arte
OKORiIK DECK MANN
Importer \Vu*riburirer Hof Itr.iu
mix tx on xieKiM t:x .
Th it Is the national question tletilny
good food for yourself and family Is the
local or main question. The most imiiort
ant of foods In goods meats you can al
ways get that at my stalls In the City
Maik'S For to-day I offer prime lieef,
mutton ami veal, lamb, matchless corned
beef, etc. Moth phones 557
Neither the m.is'i r nor consignees of
llrittsh steamship Asama. Rem. nt. mas
ter. 11l bo responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew
GEORGIA EXPORT * IMPORT CO.
mi i ii i:.
Neither the mister, owners nor con
sign" of the Itrltlsh steamship Pydno
will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew
J il CROMBLEY, Mister.
Loan money at U per eht. on real
BECKETT A BECKETT,
Attorney, at I*w and Conveyancera
HAB RETURNED AND
RESUMED PRACTICE AT
Xi 7 Junes street, we.u
THF. MOHNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 1". 1900.
•FECIAL NOTH LA.
LEA % A** ATE,
REST Al HA AT lAII OVSTKH HOI ftE.
til ( (inireii Street, W e*t.
Mine Point. Itorkssi) nnl Aaflv*-
Ov *ter In all affylea.
t HOP ITEAKA
A AII 4i \ME OF ALL KIAIV* IN SRHOA
EAEHATHIAG FlltAT-f’l. AAA.
DIAIAG ROOM A t PST AIIt A.
14 HI I Al AITAM.
Mr Nat T Elliott of Live Oak Fin . says
• • "For four \-ar> previous to lfikl I
was a great sufferer from rheumatism I
was wr* k and and fearfully deformed, al
most entirely tv Ipl* w hen I w ent t Sj
u an* * Kprlng- s< much so that I had to
he carried in at.l out th* pring when
t>athing At tin expiration of thrw*
months I .ime w<iy not only restored
to my normal form but fr** from pain,
sine** which time 1 have not felt a symp
tom of the disease
J Al Alltel:.
Mr. Robert M Hull of Savannah, Ga
• • "No* *lf h • * b* -n t*.LI of the
\ tlu *1 I-# pr*i -tl ft m *• >r beautiful
spring and If el that 1 • i •*' say too
much for a water that hav lengthened mv
father s life ad r- li* ved m of th- severe
• use of Jaundice with whi i I was suf
fering when I came to you " • •
IV2O Weftf llroiiK ti ton street,
Agent for following manufacturers
make your select ion from them.
Mayer. Columbus, Buckeye Fraxler
Cortland. Waterloo. Watertown, West
colt. Rock Hill.
Old Hickory, Milburn aid Florence
Full and >ompete line of Harness. Bad
dies Lap Robes, etc
Kelley Bpnngfit-ld Rubber Tires put on
at abort notice.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Reef. Wine and Iron 75c
Roach 801 l guaran;eed) iu
K R C $lO.
Talcum Powder, botated 5c
Palmers Toilet Water* ...Me
Empty Capsules. 1 for be
T. P. Dyspepsia Tablets Fr***
Imported Castile 80-tp 50
Insect Powder, P D A Cos 40c
Truaaas file to 3.**>
Byrlngee. Fountain 75c to $3 00
Thermometer (F* vcr to $2 Ou
We lead In everything in our line.
KNIGHT 8 PHARMACY.
Ga Phone 533 Bell Phone UO
HKLMKEV9 C AKK,
Liberty and Whitaker.
The only up tc (Lite cafe suitable fr
select parties in the city.
One block from De Boto.
Phone 644; J. 11. if ELM KEN. Prop.
FI A E It O A *TA.
The finest ro- is In the < tv Just r
* < iv* *i Bf * ill cut* from b* ivy tt l.
One will l** a revelation to you Hav*
on** for dinn* r
Phones 575 M B. G ARDNER
P S l keep poultry. I imh. fruits an*l
vegetables. Full line brains, trip*', sweet
bread and all su< h
IF IT*A RICK. WK tl AVP IT.
New California Prunes. Evaporate*! Ap
ricots. Peaches and Dried Figs. Bulk
Jelly, s*' per pound. Bulk Preserves. iv
per pound. HARDEE A MARSHALL,
GOOD 1.111 OH.
Get Wilson Whisky at ROBT. REM
LHR’B. Liberty aral Drayton. Head
quarters for .he best brands.
Country trad*- solicited.
No charge for .tugs.
I.MEKGEACA I A * I'A.
Prescriptions filie*! anytime, day or
night We comp -und acu'urately, u*
uly tbe best drug- The only wide awake
pharma v in t*•* southern >*••(ion
PARK AVENI E PHARMACY.
J. L. lirunan. Prop .
Corn* r Park Avenue and Barnard streets
THE AD K llAI)i: AA ELL.
And H came to pssa that a patriot was
taken sick and lay upon tils bed In sore
An.l nb family -nt for a man I* irne.i
In th** science of ni*i. n* who .a me inl
wrote many prescriptions, which were
filled at th* Masoni-' T**mple Pharm irv
by <>inpetr*nt pharmacists, with pur**
drugs, and lo? In a short lime he was
MASONIC TEMPLE PHARMACY.
PL.AATEIt ERA* tWD MAMIAV IIP.
PL IE A.
Cement. Lime. Plaster, llalr and River
Band. Prompt deb wry Reasonable price
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO..
Corner Drayton and Congress.
I ORE TO mi;
Bring me your furniture to he uphol
•■! ! ! t * t
Furniture having my house U as good as
new und as pretty.
P 8 —Remember I make mattresses.
Neither the ma?'*-r. owners nor *on
ignees of th** British steamship Tresco
will be responsible for any debts xvnurac
ted by the crew
WM. G. lIUOWNC, Master.
jyipari ar fi] a ;i f lim
Superior to All.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West.
Exclusive Family Liquor Store
IN THE CITY. TRY OUR FAMOUS
Bell’s Pure Rye Whiskey.
Fall Quarts 75c; four bottles, containing full Gallon,s3.oo.
nn Oilmen 0 pn Sol. Proprietor,. 4.1 WblttkerStreet
DLLOINuLn W ulllf PULL UNIiM CLARET WINES.
11l %•> THIS.
Vlt-sar*. S|oit limn, ( 0.,
(icnllrmrii-*1 hvr t*rn m icrntf
auffrrrr frum lnlljc*tln anil anfler
kpui Ural. Hrard of >nr Vrge
ia It l* llltfrra ilirtiugh iravrllu*
ult-tiiiian iu Bwlllmore. I procurfd
n Itoltlr and find It *!%*• nit* term!
relief. I certainly recommend If to
liny one ufY rinu frttm Inl inn
CBA9. A. ( KAMDALt,
IA V AMT AH FOtNimV A\l> MACIIhR
CO Hl* AMY.
Builders of Marine and Stationery Boilers,
will fumlwh estimate* on new work In
competition with Northern and Western
menu for turera.
It c pair work on EogJnee end Boil era
HI Y OTLY THIS IIK9T GINORH AI.K.
The best te the Wheeler Brand of Bel
fast (Unger Ale. made by VVheeier 4k Cos.,
of Belfast, Ireland, from Uia celebrated
cruinac opium* ol mat city, These
epititfs aie the property of Wheeler O
Cos., hi noe no other Ginger Aie manufac
turer in Ireland h. thone waters but
themeelvee T.'w Wheeler Ginger Ale la
cnud from pure Jamaica tlinger Root and
not from Red Pepper, as others are; oue
la deleterious— th** other Is a tonic.
For li**a it hf nines* and Purity the cele
brated Whf'Mfr biard of Belfast Ginger
Ale la the best
Southern Agents. Savannah. Os.
We nr* now moving our Wholesale I>e
partment to the commodious quarters 127
Congress at reed (formerly occupied by M
Pryfus, and will he In perfect shape in
a few days, and be pleased to serve our
BO >l>9 1- VI i l ILU
liy the Amcriesa Bonding an 1 Trust
v oiupaiiy of Baltimore. We are uu'-hor
ned to exwcut* loyally (Imm diately upon
application), a.l bon la In Judicial pro
c * dings In elthtr the stole or United
H nti s courta. ar.d of adminisirstore an )
PEARINO A HT’LL. A rents
Telephone 21 •. Provident Bui Id tag
so rit k.
The schedule Is changed for Buwsnee
Springs. You tan leave Savannah. vu
Plant fy.Mecn. nt h a m . arrive ot th
Springs at l.' jj p. m. This schedule is
* n-1 • i
%Hlf %M* ( 1 ritl>! LI Hilt:lt FOR
1,7*000 feet of iish, suitable for wheel
wrights rriag makers, c.ir works and
interior h**M finish. Also cypress lumber
our famous brands of vprss shtnghs
unl will moo have a fud lln* of them for
salt. VALE ROYAL MFO CO
lilt I: MILLING. HM E FLO tit. HII E
We have anew mill with all modem
pro * -.h. - nl machinery, and arc now
lead* for business We m-lielt your pat
ronage and Invite correspondence; rice
chaff free to patrons
THE SAVANNAH RIPE MILL CO..
T M Cunningham. Preaidnt.
John fVrrveti. Jr.. Manager.
WE 111 1 AM* SELL HEAL KSTAYK,
Negotiate loan# on same at 5 per cent,
an ) collect rent a Represent The Travel
era* Insurance Or*., accident and liability
driarltnetitt. Represant the New York
Underwriter* Fire Ins. agency. Represent
the Ort nwlch Fire Ins. <*o Reprenent
the Phoenix Mutual Life In. Cos. All bust
nees i ntrusted to • will be appre< igtad.
and will receive prompt and careful at
tention. No. 2/ Bay street, east Tele*
phone A L W. C. FRIPP & CO.
8H151.U NOT ICES.
Our stock Is so full and va
ried In style that the simplest
as well as the most extrava
gant taste can be suited.
All the newest things In sil
ver now being opened.
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Cos
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms.
Whenever the Best is Wanted
OfP.cc 3C17 Bull direct. Telephone 70b
THE GEORGIA STATE
BULLING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
ti YORK STREET. WEST.
” PER CENT per tinnum allowed on
O deposits withdrawable on demand.
Interest cridlted quarterly.
6 PER CENT per annum allowed on
deposits of even hundreds, withdraw
aide at annual psrlode.
OEII. XV TIEDKMAN. President.
It. H LEVY. Vice Pre*tdent.
E. W. BELL Secretary.
C. G ANDERSON. JR., Treasurer
SPECIAL NOTH E.
City of Savannah.
Office Clerk of Council. Oct. 5. 19TO.
A vacancy having occurred In the Itogrd
of the CommlgHlonere of Pilotage by rea
son of the -k-ath of Commissioner J J
XVllder. nnd by virtue of a resolution
adopted at u meeting of Council held
the evening of the 3rd Instant Notice Is
hereby given thtt an election will he
h< Id at Hie next regular nt'-vtlng of Coun
cil. Oct. 17. 8 p nt tn fill th. tinexplrad
term o< adornd by the death of the said
All applications to he tiled on or before
1! m. of the 17th Instant
WILLIAM P HAILEY.
Clerk of Council
I Ml- WAX lot LEAN CAHPH.IX.
Tea only way to get your carpet* prop
er y take i up, i leaned and taken are of
fur the summer l- o turn tbs Job over to
tn. District M ss tg r and Delivery Cos.,
telephone .. or call al 22 Montgomery
at set, and they will mk you an sail,
mat ■ on the co t of ths work Prlooa
roa* nahle They also pick, move and
autre furniture and planes
C. IL MED LOCK. Supt. and Mgr.
HEAOX ITIXG-M tTTHKSSE*- REMI.
Hair. moss, tickings, fiber, feathers
Our slock of new material and manufac
turing products air up to date Our reno
vating ami remaking has delighted many
prominent residents Ask your acquaint,
ances. Material sent us It picked, steamed,
cleaned and medicated by modem mi
cHnery. Making done by mechanics XX'e
confine our work lo mattresses and bed
ding g. nerally. XVe sell tickings of all
kinds, moss, hair, cotton, fiber, feathers.
nr anv article ted In mattress line
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
Hell Phone 1138 331 Drayton street.
The beer of all beer* I*
-RED HEART -
All good people ..rink il.
XV M BRICKEN, Manager.
JUNO BREWING CO
This morning we . 2-
opened a consider- C' r ''*\
able shipment of a
new style dress \
shoe, that will ■ \
surely be of
interest to you. Jftgjr
They come from makers
of ladies’ shecs xxho
have for many years
made none but the
, highest priced Roods. W e
jtave them a larjce order,
so they could afford to
make us a specially
low price, considering
the most excellent quality
They are $3.50, but the leather is
simply superb, and the shoemaking
is faultless. They fit in every spot,
and as for looks, why anybody can
tell they are fine shoes.
Wednesday October 17th
8 10 P. M
oroQii mi qi me dim
MI J. LEWIS BROWNE,
a Misted by Mn. M M. OBr‘ra *>f At
lanta. G* Mrp W. W.UroM. Mr# M Ed
Wilton, Mitt Allan. Mr J. M Black and
Prof John Wiegaud. ac*-om4anltt.
under the direction of Mr Frank E
R*-barer. Choir Master of 4h* Cathedral
No 1. (a) Bach Fantasia tn O Major (Bk
IV' No. 11) Treat Vlt Kment.
(b) Bra hint —Andante—And an
Moiio. Gram Bonata In F Minor
2. Rottinl Pro Peccant
J M Black
3. (a) Buxtehude Fugue in C Major
(b) Dubo.r .."In Paraditlum
4 Massenet Aria from Hcrodlad-
Mrs M M O’Brien
6. (a) Reeboeck. "Beranata Napoli tana
(b) Browne 'B* her*oMarch (new)
1. Let lie.. Come Unto H;m
Mrs M Ed. Wilton
2. Roesinl Quls Eet Homo
Mrs \V. W. Gross ttid Mia Nelne Al.tn
3. Nevm •'Veneiu.’*
(a> "A ba
(ci "Carisone *’
(and) "Rouna Notte. (Ave Marla)
4 Batsini ".Salve Regina"
Mrs M M O Brier
5. Extemporisation in Bonati form upon
themes io to* furnished At time of
performar.ee by the director.
On this orc.ision the new organ of the
Cathedral, th* )arg**! and finest In the
Bouth, will be opened and its compl****
nets of mechanism and magnificent tone
quality <)cnionstrate4i thoroughly by Mr
Browne, a most a*comp :-bed organist
An admission of t<* cents will he charged
for the irefit of the organ fund of tin
church TlekHa oti tale it Connor's
U->k-*v.re and ut the door of ihe Cathe
Thursday Matinee nnd Night. Oct 13
The Event of the 8-ason Engagement of
Amerirt’s Tragedian. Mr
Assisted by the Talented nnd Beautiful
and a complete company, including Chns.
D Herman. William Somert. Lillian
Kingsbury and Minnie Llndley. presenting
his latest and greateat successes.
"RICHARD. THE LION-HEARTED."
• THE GLADIATOR "
Under direction of E. D SHAW
Pricet-Matlne*. 75c. 50c and 25. Night,
$1.50 SI.CO. 75c, 50c und 25c.
Friday and Saturday nights am) Satur-
Matlnee, Oct. 19 and 3.
Engagement of MR CHARLES B.
Areompanlwl by MISS MARIE DROE
NAH. and a .pl.ndld .upportlns com
pany. prru-nnnK 4 new romantic comedy
drama by I.,'*' Arthur,
“PRIVATE JOHN ALLEN ”
A utorv of the South. fnctnt!n* by
IntercrtlMß deep heart Inter..*, clever
comedy, .tronn .Ituatlnn., thrullmt dl
mao. Poaltlvely an elaborate scenic
production, entirely new and appropriate
to I ie attnoephere of the play.
Seat, on Mile. Pricer— ac. &oc, 7SC, 81.
Matinee, orchertra, 75?; balcony. MV.
i iiif Site
Per .al., a Foraattb Newapaper Pold.r
will fold ilrnt r.xU It l. in ood oru.f
Prlc. 8300 It cost originally 81.100. but
w. hav. ou ue. far U sod want Lb. room
It will b an lb value td. adluaot *■ aay
newspaper offlot. ,
Picture Framer, XX'all Paper. Water
Color*, liru.hes, oibeon'r Calendars
GREENE * CO.,
LEOPOLD ADLER. JNO R DILLOJf
President. Carhvr '
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Will be pleaaed to receive th. ..-omjM
of Merchants, Firms. Individuals.
Liberal favors extended
Uneurpae-Wd collection roclllUee. Pane
Iny prompt returns
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