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lilvf ii Owl. mm Ihe Sirr tmry I*
A u Ihorlaeil In ( ount mill < on*all
-■e TbWf—\nte lml for Hemo
rrnt* nnd l onle*lln*i • , #pwH*t.
Atlanta. On IT S mmry off Nate
Cook han *on#o **)('• * vot# rp| In
the laai el- Mr. ? r "• H i## offlc m,
x*!?h the ea f the vote for Qw
ernor which i •!• r the law. he la not
Hut horsed * dint i ltd • •naolWJate.
The follow *• i* the statement of th*-
return- th<* I * n* nio name* t>etns Ar#?
jr or 8 • * try ..f Btate, }‘tulip Cook W
C.V L I. Clfmtnt\ 24 .Ml; for Controller
C.enT iJ. W A Wrishi, *2 2T.. .1 T Hoi
hro k. *4 7*l. for Htatt Trenetirer. H K
l*ark. *. fc7. J Wild I’ark. 34.7. for At*
i era). J. if. Terrell. M.IIA. K. H
Baff- ld. .ikd. for ComroKMonrj of Ail-
dtur* < li. Htevena. JOT. A If T.l j
ley. 24.577; for CommlMlon* r of Rdii* . [
no' • li <#**i ii m,m, w t Flint, #.•
Mat f.r l*n*>n c. mmiM-lon*? (full termr
t A- Bvana, 91 v.rj. J T !•* k \ i3.7wt. for
J'rieon Comm a*loner (*hort t- rml, Toom
n* Kamm. 9>".447. 8 C Nf C,*ndl*##, 23.A1*!
The vote polled hv IVmorrwf* *ed I*op
l.liat* will amount to over and I*
i e largest win • I*7'.
itK<aHl)4 %forio\ 4KHIOI’tV.
Order of the *it|ir iti • t onrl Relwllvr
to i My I Hurt ( *•*.
this morning l. ted a very t .. affl ana or
drr In ronn< Mon wi h the unique m<>
tlon made by Solicitor (hneral Robert
Hodges of ilacon. The order lamod to
day 1# taken to indi ate ihat the court
regards very perlou-ly the point made by
Solicitor ll*id*ep, and the consensus of le
gal opinion le h*t the f>olni will be sus
If this Is done only . ares from the City
Court* of Savannah can go before the
fiupreme Court on direct appeal, and
scores of *•**• now pending before ih*
Hupreme Court from court# like the City
Court of Macon will b* tbrwn out. nd
the Judgment- already entered will .-Sand
nfflrmol Th** order Issued by the * our(
to-day Is us follow*
’‘Motions having been made by th* so*
Heitor general of the Macon circuit to dis
miss the writs of error In severs! crim
inal casts brought here from the City
Court of M'<on. on the grv.und that a
writ of error does not he therefrom to
the Supreme Court. In-atise the an es
tablishing that City Court doe# not ft*
Its location In any Incorporated cKy find
lec.ius** said City Court Is not a "Ilk*-
court to the Chy Court of Atlanta or
the City Court of Savannah " and it ap
pearing from an inspection of the civil
docket of this court that several cases
from *a,d City Court are entered thereon.
It Is ordered that counsel interested In
the cose* last mendon-d he permitted to
file, during the next thirty dyg. briefs
or wr.tten arguments. clih*r In support
or In denial of the proposition that this
court has Jurladl tlon to entertain writs
of error from said City Court. Let coun
sel be notified of this order “
HILL TO T%\ PTt%N HIIFi.
$1 111 fir Intend weed at thr Next He*-
slow nf the Legislature.
Atlanta. Oct. 17 —What wi 1 no
doubt be the liveliest fight at the next
tension nf (he I>*pl*latur* will be brought
übout by a fr <n hlse tax bill to he Intro
duced by Repfe?eniatlvc William Bch!ey
Howard of IVKaib The bill 1 now ♦
!ng drafted and will he presented at the
very leginning of the legislative fesslon.
as Its friends r**alixr that there will be a
long, desperate struggle over the meas
It Is esrlmated that the taxpayer* of
Georgia will hnve to pav less than one
half the tax they now pay if the Howard
bill go-s through. Mr Howard declares
that It will not only greatly reduce the
burden upon the rltlsens of the state, but
wi.l swell the fund In the state treasury.
He say* h* will be Kicked up In the fight
and that his MU Is certain to pass nix)
be ©nv- a law
There are millions of lo lira' worth of
franchise In this state, and Mr. Howard
claims that all of the fnitv-ht* should
If laxl and made to bring heavy sums
Into the treasur>. It stead of paying no
revenue at all.
\% % NT* POH RH OR MANUHK I.
It all road Comas Isalon Would like to
liip<se I‘eii nll le*.
Atlanta, Oct. 17.-*A recommendation
vitally affecting the railroad* nf the state
will he maie by the Railroad Commission
to the next general assembly, whereby
the commission seeks the power to man
damus the railroad* when they fall to
obey Its orders. Coder the present ar
rangmeot* the CootmiHslon can only pro
ceed against the loads through the courts,
but In order that Its orders may l> better
ar.forced. the Commission thinks It should
have summary power to mandamus and
apply a penalty.
The Commission will also ask the Leg-
Islature to confer upon It power to com
| 1 rallrrad* to build side track*
has sugge*ted l(*elf to the Commlselon
through numerous • otnplalnta of factorle*
which have sougnt to secure side tracks,
but could not.
SUMO ON A IKHTORT HILL.
Account \\ nm l'urclm*l at a *ale of
the l*hy*l*lnu* I'fteet*.
Atlanta, Oci. 1| —An operation for
appendicitis, performed on the m nor son
of G. O. Hudson in Novem -ar. 11*96. was
the but Is of a suit for Sl&j filed In the
City Court to-day. This ornouct rpr
eents th<- dootoc sgplll, though the do tor
does not figure In the case
In Nuvrmler, IKP6. l>r \N*. F. Weet
more!ar.d Is .'illrged to have ivrfotnvd n
(•pnelon for iptendlcltls on tbv min r
child of Mt. Hudson, for which tli lit
ter l* sa.i to hive agreed t< pay sl3n
In August. Mrs K 8. Tnomn on
purchased the account. Ii Is (film'd at
the truste* sale in bankruptcy pro ceding*
against the doctor. Bhe c aim* to have
demanded and Wn refused payment of
the account by the defendant a 1 sue*
to recover the amount, with Interest.
W ILL ( 4> oval Kill.
•I. W. Tatum llnuiht the Stork of the
Aiken I anniUK Company.
Brunswick. Oa . Oct. 17-—J. W. Tatem
a wealthy naval stores operator. to*ds>
dooed a deal for sil the stock of the Aiken
Canting Company. It Is announced that
h* will within sixty day*, build a mam
moth arming ft. tcry srwl by Jan. 1. em
ploy aliOiH operatives Ui ''inning < \
ters. When the ovster season expires,
fruits and v* .et*b - will la canned.
The sale of the *tock carries with It
all the oyster bed bit**** m Glynn coun
ty. J. li Atestns of Brunswick, will be
secretary and treasurer of the new com- |
TO Cl RE, % C OLD IN ONK D %T.
Take laxatlve Rromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It falla j
to cure. I W Grove's signature Is on
each box. 2Jc.— ad.
44 Actions of the Just
The friqnnce of life is
vigor and strength, neither of
which can be found in a per
son whose blood is impure,
and whose every breath
speaks of internal troubles.
Hood' s Sarsaparilla purifies,
vitalizes and enriches the
blood, gives i good appetite
and makes the weak strong.
Run Down ’My huibsnd tuJ* n/e
do*w* rn health *nd mt! ftrtd out. Thoti
tt'tiltot mtdict*ct. Hoed * PHLs Mod simi
pa*(//l. built Affrj up *o4*o M'%. H L
Mom*x. Tomfsods. P*
gilt*rate wt**i iiii.im • >i> irnuittr
, - ■ *. ■ i
9POKK TO THK *TI DRNT9.
Hr. J. L. M. I urr) and f om n!lnr r
Glenn m tthrn*.
A then-. Oa., Oct 17 Hon J L. M Cur
ry u*i He *it Bch'>ol Commissioner 0. R
Glenn w# re th guests of trt • university
yesterday morning, and at the conclusion
of the prayer *ervl< <•*. Fr of. Barrow In
troduced Hr. Curry, who mad* an address
of one hour and a half to t • student t*dy
und several visitor* Dr. Curry l* one
"f ‘he m'*t distinguished nlumni of the
university and w.t* heareily greeted by
th* boys Dr Curry *il l tha* he felt as
If he were t pllgrinng* and tha?
next to h e family hl> for bis uni
versity l- ifu great*-r He spoke #>n
general educational lue sand touched In
a masterly manner U|*n the negro ques
tion He maintain* i ht if the problem
< • tUI h settbd at all, that h*' lower
cb>> must be ••du sted or the higher cla>*
would degenerate The speech was con
sll* red to !•** one of the most muMerly
ever heit'l In th*- chap**l and was enthus-
ISMtlcally received by sh* 1 large audience.
At the conclusion of the speech calls
for Glenn were made, and he responded
in u very appropriate speech.
FR KIM It IN 4. FOR WIHIRLKR DAY.
General \% ef Has Hern Marie Graml
Atlanta. Oct. 17 —Official order* for
Wheeler day celebntlon were issued this
morning by Brigmiler General A J West,
grand marshal of th* parade. Gen. Wheel
er will be In Atlanta on Monday. Oct 22.
Confederate Veterans* day at the Inter
state Fair. Gen West’s order* followed
hi* appointment a* marshal by the com
mittee In charge of the exercises for the
Grand Marshal West immediately ls
!u* and a bulletin from hi# headquarters, a*
urnlng charge of the parade feature. Ill*
fir.-t order was the at>t>otntment of 51<iJ
Nash as chief of staff
Invitation* have b* vn sent to all the
military und civic organisations In Atlan
ta to participate In the parade. It I* be
lieved each will respond favorably, anl
the parade will be one of the largest ever i
formed In the city.
The Governor- of Georgia. Alabama.
Tennessee. North Carolina. Routh Caro
lina and Florida, with their personal
staffs, jvlll he In the llna.
FIRt: NK4H IRKRICTft.
Farmer* llu%e Marketed All
I Itrir 1 otlnn.
Amerlcu*. Gu.. 0* t 17—The handsome
resilience of John R. Gatewood, mar
Amerlcu-. was tWilly destroyed by flw
this morning, together with oil outbuild
ings in the yard. The flumes had their
origin In the kitchen mri advanced with
such rapidity that no furniture was saved,
the family escaping In night clothing and
saving nothing Th loss will amount to
several thousand dollars, with little or no
Insurance on the property.
Copt. Sntjiuel M< Gurroh. cotton ware
houseman. and one of tin* most prominent
farmers in Sumter county brought In to-,
day the lust bale of • otton of hi* crop,
and report* his neighbor* as having fin
ished also. Many public gins have closed
down for the season Receipts here drop
ped to the minimum, with no sales at pre
vailing prices. Last year farmers picked
cotton until Christmas, hut the crop this .
year has been practically gathered.
GOV KRNOR'N IN VI Gl H ATION.
It Will Take Flare the Third Hn>
Vf ter the Le* lata I are Meet*.
Atlanta. Oa., Oct. 17 —Gov. Candler will
be Inaugurated on Saturday. Oct. 27. the
third day af(er the meeting of the Gen- !
eral Assembly. On that day the Governor
will deliver his Inaugural address, and will
take the oath of office The oath will be
admlnlftertd by Chief Justice Himqions of
the Rupreme Court. The Inaugural exer
cise* will be held In the hall of the House
of Representatives, and wll probably le
wltnc'-ed by thounei*)* of people. After
th* LcgL ritiure ha* been organise*! a com
mittee will 1* appoint and o wait upon the
'Governor and u*k at whai time he de
sires to take the oath of office III* inau
gural address will be very ehort. and w, 1
iot occupy over tflirt > minute?*. Th e
wll; be no display of military on the dav
of Inauguration, a* the Govern r is opjO -
ed to the troopa turning out on such an
HAH IIKK> % HI.I.LK.
Mwrrlaae* ol Two VV *-l l-K how n
( Miiplc* In ( olusilitis.
Columbus, Gw . Oct. 17.—-News of the
tragic death of Mrv. J J. Mobley In Ba
.umiah gave Columbus a terrib.e shock
this afternoon. Mrs. Mobley was for
merly Miss Lfflc FeatKNly, daughter of
the late Hon. John Feabody. and a reign-
Ir g belle in aocial circles here.
Two important weddings occurred in
social circles here to-day. At the First
Baptist Church this morning. Mr N M
Dudley of Amcrirus, and Miss Busle Dar
by. *l.itighter of Dr. John Darby, were
married in the presence of a large crowd
At the Episcopal rhurch Gits ifternoon
Mr Rug one Daniel und Miss Kate Dll
linghnm were happily married. Both
couple* are pr*>nfi**nt and are popular ,n
VV a* (•rnnt**l tliniony,
Atlanta. Oct 17—Carrie L W.dVer was |
to-day granted s total divorce from John
M Ws.ker, given thV custody of her baby
girl and gmt ?• 1 alimony In ‘he sum of
ISM. together with fI.N) for lawyer fees
Three thousand five hundred dollars of
the alimony goes absolutely to the moth
er. snd |24m to the child. * girl 2 year**
fall lt* v John E. White.
Atlanta. <V 17 Th*- congregation r f
the Be* on*l BaptU* Church * t ih i cltv
to-night decided to call K*v. John E.
White, geertfary of the Rap ist tnt*ion
Itoard of North Carolina, lo OH Che pul-
THF.MOKNING NEWS: Till KSDAY. (H’TOTtKI! IS. 1900.
TWO WKRDIW.* I>
I.nln Hearts aa,l linnrfa Jmiard In
i:rrlNtlna I sl**s.
Griffin. G.i . cw? 17 This afternoon at
oYio* k. .* th* Firs? Hap *t Church
! Rav J L Grose performed the ceremon\
| -ha tvwldsi '1 r Wltdam Bell Lawson **f
A (Se ville. 8 C t*> Ms Je-sle peckham
jof this tty. T*‘ large edifice wi- mag*
| nifkentiy d* or?*< for the *h* as ion with
-mtittX palms. 1•i n begot . a*, and ptnk
i hryaunthemums. th*- archaa an*l a*?•*
j nu.g artL*- (U ai 1 bandsome. forming a
perf t eden-like bower of the green foll
| age, and loaurlful -anners. Th*- brkles-
I makt# were Ml#- Harlot? • 'sp* Mills. Ml**
| Maud*- llimmot l and Miss Uhlan Patter
son. Mr 1/uo -n atten.lant* wrer*- Mr
1*• k I>t• *. t Mr William Bryaofi of
Aolm vi. i* 8 C ind Mr. (aluw Doe f
After ih* *r*nny th tom** < f (‘apt
md Mr- G. 11 I'* k< am, on VVst Holo
mon street. w. the s*c*n of brilliance
when all gathered it the reception until
s o lot k ** extend congratul itlons an I
best wish*# to Mr. l/iwion and his beau
After r*lvlg th*- congratulations *t
th*!r frien*!* they left for ih lr future
horn* In Abtw vilW- where Mr. is
promlm ui In busine-a clrcl*e.
T> night at h o'cio* k at th*- r* G fence of
thf brtdt parents ••? Ki rim>ni Mr.
Ralph Bf*wne Small of Mar. n and Miss
Annie Adel*’ Kimbrough w. re married
l*y Rev W T Irvine.of th- First Meth
odist Church of Gtiffn. The ceremony
w |**rf**im‘ and iri ih* pre *n * i ov* T
four hundred gu-st. who added hrlght
n*H t< t alieady brilliant ova*lon.
Mr. 4i*i* Mi* Hniall l**ft at it L for New
York Niagara KBlii, Hoe ton :n*l Wash
lt./**a w h*a - th* will *, n*l their honey
n> iff* r which they will be at home to
tifir friend.- at No 70* Bprlng street,
Ma on, Oa.
VV. 11. IfAHLF.% INDK’TF.D.
Ji*-*-|*-r of Oamhllag llous** In Which
n Man VV ns Killed.
Columbia. 8 C . Oct. 17—As the city
ofh ♦r# *eem indl#|ot-*l to prosecute the
keeper nf the gambling rooms In which
ii man was murdered r* ently, th A grand
Jury of th'* county ha# presentr*! the pro
prietor. w n IBirley. Of li*- th** city
authorltl* hnv* been very active in re
quiting barber shops o be closed nt 12
o’rlohk Ratuiday night, and In passing
blcy •> ordinances, but the gambling e*-
tabllahments and blln*l tigers keep open
ly on their way. rejoicing.
- 1 "
M |T9 MW HI. RHOI MT.
Vnuir of fle Former Military officer*
Are ffliort With the Ntate.
Atlanta. Oct 17 —Suits may te Instigat
ed soon against some former officer* In
the Georgia Htate Troops, unless arm#
and other equipments. Issued to them
several year# ago. are forthcoming In
spector General Obear has been investi
gating for some time the number of guns
missing, and he has found that a con
sderable amount of the states property
ha* not been a counted for.
4 OH I llh * Gone I |-
Atlanta. Oct 17 —Within the piet tw.%
w*-ek# the price of coal has advanced
rent# per ton in Atlanta, nnd it I# now
selling for the mid-winter price of Insr
year. The supply la short, too. and local
dealers are ex!***r lending more or P-># diffi
culty in securing enough to supply their
trade. Another advance In is look
ed for If th* present weather continue*
the advan e will probably be about W
cents, but If cold weather sets In. there
Is no telling how high the price will soar.
Sebonnsr Venn* ISonmacd.
Beaufort, 8 C., O': 17.—The three
masiod schooner Venus from Baltimore
arrived lure yesterday with a cargo of
coal for the Central Phosphate Mining
Company. The ve*#< I’s main eall had
been carried away, and her mazier re
ports very rough weather on the passage
down. The Venus 1# drawing eleven fe.n
of water, and put into Fort Royal because
she was not in condition to work up 8t
Ilelmu sound Tht# afternoon the tug
May McWilliams of the Central Fhos
phate Company, will tow the Venue
through Brickyard creek to her destina
Sarißor# of tinmpf<m*s Lealnn.
Co'umMu. S. C . Oct. 17.—1 tls propose!
lo have n reunion here during fair week :
of th** survivor* of the famous Hampton
legion the body of cavalry prgantxed and
equipped by Wade Hampton nt the out
break of hostilities In l*d. It 1# rot
kn*wn how many survivors there ar*\ but
If they get here in any number* they will
lx* greeted by the old general, who of late
has been very much In retirement.
w Feveiw. t hills. Cong'x
Ot'VC Cold*, f>l •p.p.la of wie
■ all W ever form, quickly cor
|| la by taking DI'FFT'S Malt
fflQlf A tablespoonful in gla*.- c
.... a . water three time* a da'
Hie If All. All druggnia and grn .< ■
rl ll(*Awf Beware of iuiltutivi:*.
Mr Thomas N. Pierce of Hawklnwvllle,
• • "Wat reduced in weight to ninety
pounds. suffering great pains, ami when
■town could not get up without aeslstance.
After Ik mg at your spring* one week 1
noticed a change for the better I but oh!
what a change win wrought In me after
a etay of el* week.- I waa entirely .tired
* * In one month's time after reaching
home 1 weighed one hundred and sixty
five pounds, and though It o currcd eight
y.afr ago l iiave never (<lt rheumatism
Mr. P. T MrGrlff of Houston. Fla . says:
• • "My wife Buffered five months of
the most excrueialng pains from rheu
matism In her feel and limbs, She tried
every known remedy to the mmllcal fra
ternity. hut secured no bencllt. I carried
her to Suwance Springs, and had to help
her In and out of the carriage. In fifteen
days she could get about without my as
sistance. nnd to si ay Is sound and well—
a living wllncss lo the curative powers
of Suwanee Spring* water • * These
waters have also cured me of a case of
catarrh of tw*nly years' standing I .Un
with all safety, recommend these waters
for that disease."* •
Any one In possession of freight ex
steamboat W ft Took, sunk In river. Is
requested to r*porl same lo Gibson's
wharf. and reasonable compensation will
sprit 41. tonrE.
All bills against the Spanish barkentlne
Marla Teresa must b presented at our
office before li o'clock m this day. or pay
ment thereof will ts> debarred
JOBE M. nsTKVF A CO, <’tinslgr.es
Savannah. Ha.. Oct It, IMn
NelilVr the master nor consignees of
the Norwegian steadnshlp Ssnna. Wahl
l>erg. master will he lesponslbl* for any j
debts contracted by crew of eald vessel.
J. F. MINIS A f()., C'onslgneea 1
rtiAr* ttn not sr. paistixo
Wa handle nothing but the VERT
LEST grades of PAINT* and OILS, and
employ the very best painters to be had
Allow us to make bid on painting your
SAVANNAH BITLDINO 81’PPLT CO.. I
Corner Cong teas and Drayton
STARTS WITH A COLD,
I ntnrrh Is a l.isserlns f old V% htch
Hcfasr* to Held to Ordinary Treat
I Caatrrh usually otart* with a cold in
. *h*- head ai*d If kft in this
limate, rarely gets well of it*eif.
A* fresh cold Is taker the disease
! sp*eads. getting leeper and deeper, ereep
! \nm a.■■ok the muro'w mcmbriunes from
nose to toms?, from threw? to windpipe.
| from windpipe to bronchial tube# and from
! branchial tube# to iung cells
The mucous membrane* all connect on'
with another Hence It Is easy to spread
from one part to another lin* 1 with this
same membrane This I* why catarrh in
??>e head sen affects the throat and final
. the stomach Itself, bringing on chronic
atarrh cf the stomach, wh.ch Is the most
| obstinate form of dyspepsia
Everybody is now well agreed that ca
tarrh Is a Mood disease and not a lodal
•ne. ar.d the attempt to cure by .oca! ap
plications simply gives temporary' relief
from the purely local symptoms without
the remotest efT#-ctw In staying th* pro
gress of tlw disease.
Ther** Is anew preparation recently of-
I fend to the public that Is apparently
I d* Mined to do away wl?h every other form
! >f catarrh treatment
This new remedy I* not a secret patent
tnedldna. but Ia large, pleasant tasting
tablet rompoeod of Haugulnaria. Kucalyp*
to). Gualacol. Hydrastln and other vaius-
IMe and harmless specific#, which are
taken Internally and seem to have a re
markably beneficial effect upon the blood
• ind mucous membranes. apparently
| • llmlr.atlng the > atarrhal pokon from th*
1 These tablets while being pleasant, con
venient ami absolutely -f* to use have
made tire# In long standing of ca
tarrh that are little khort of marvelous.
They nre sold by druggists und#*r name
uf Stuart’s Catarrh Tablets, and any ca
tarrh sufferer who ha# tried inhnl* rs. lo
tions. ointments, salves, etc., and realise i
their Inconvenience and uselessness, wl.l
fully appreciate the difference b*-*tw*en
a mere palliative and a permanent cure
fter giving Stuart's Catarrh Tablets a r
All druggists sell th*m st .VI cents for
full fixed package and no mat?cr where
the catarrh l# located. In the h* ad. throat,
lung or stomach. Stuart * Catarrh Tab
lets will surprise you with the effective
results cf even a few day# use
rtICRAL XIA A' IT ATlOffW
RANKIN-The relatives and friend*
of Mr Jamea L Rankin. Jr. and
Mr and Mrs Jam** D Rankin are re
spectfully invited to attervl the funeral
of the former from the family residence,
10fi Duffy street east, this (Thursday) af
ternoon at 4 o’clock.
SOLO MOV* LODGE NO. 1, F. A A. M.
A regular communication of thie fr
lodge will be held at Masonic Tem- Tlf
pie this (Thursday) evening at *ls r nt >
The t; A Degree wilt be conferred
Transient brethren and members of sis
ter lodge* fraternally invited to attend.
JOHN W PARKER. W. M.
J AH. R •CAIN. Secretary.
Ot KAN CITY LODGE, K. OF KOVAL
Savannah. Oa , Oct I*. 1300
The regular meeting of thl# lodge will
be held Thursday evening. Oct. Ik. 1900.
at K of F. Hall. % o'clock
H K DREEBON. V. C.
W. F. COURTENAY. Recorder
CHATHAM REAL EOT ATE AND IM
Office of The Chatham Real Estate and
Improvement Company, Oct. 14. 1900—The
annual meeting of this company will be
h* Id on Thurfdtiv lftth mat. at 5:00 o'clock
p m at the office of the company. No. II
Bryan street, east.
J H. EBTJLL. President.
M J. SOLOMONH. Sec y and Treat
Members of Gjc First District Roberto
vllle Indepn4ent Club are hereby nofl
ff*-d to meet at hall corner Liberty ami
West Ttrnad street# for reorganisation
Thursday as S o'clock p m
R A CLBMKNCE. Chairman
HAVANT All RHAIM H NF2EOLB WORK
It Is earnestly requested that officers,
members und all Interejsged In this noble
charity will meet at St. John's Pariah
Hall. Friday, Oct. 19. at I;*) p m Please
be prompt. JULIA MYDDLETON.
Secretary pro tem.
ItEftTAI KA\T (Ml OYftTF.I* HOt ftE.
11l I'oagrrH fltreet, *Vet.
Blue Point. Bncknnny und Native
oysters in all styles.
CHOP ftTE IK*
AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN ftBAftON
DINING BOOMS IPITAIM.
BV SPECIAL ItEDt B'T
We have gotten permission to ship by
New York steamer IS Jobs, even before the
big convention Is over. They will be on
exhibition next week at our repository.
The public are Invited to attend our show.
Date of same will bn announced early
AND WAGON CO..
Up lo Date Reliable Vehicles and
THFS n iIMSS PREP ABA TOBY
Si MOOL. tIILITAHY.
Harris and Barnard streets, Ormond B.
Strong p'ornelli. bred master. Greek.
Latin and Eng Lh. Rev B P Jonnani,
A. M (Prlncetom. lately of Si Mat
thews' Military Academy. History, j
Geography and Modern languages. John
Steiger. A. 8., Mathematics and Chem- ;
tail 4XI) rVPkrtS LIMBER FOR
150000 feet of ash suitable for whee!-
wrightt. carnage makers, car works and
interior house fli.la!;. Also cyp.es* um'.er
of all elxea We have resumed cutting
our famous brands of cypres* shingles
and will soon hava a full line of them for '
gale. VALE ROYAL MFU CO.
KODAKS and GRAPUOPHONES
PHOTO. SUPPLIES nnd RECORDS
EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES SJ.OO,
that others charge S2.SO.
Save your life, save a trip to Hot Springs, by taking
Cures when all remedies fail.
LIVINGSTON’S PHARWI ACIEs7
Bull and Congress. Branch .HW Bull 51.
Phones (‘Hones 382.
Superior to All.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West.
SFBCIAL UTI( U
PAt bUIM. U, LU .U ISI.A*D CELt.
uum lii rim* aitle ciukh.
Thu pur.* cldar u >rv.d on at imem oa
the Amertcn line, nnd at the Waldorf-As
toria and leodina t.mliy grater. In Now
,be puro Juice ot hond p > ksd a| plea from
hi* own mill on the i>reinle. It to oboo
lutely pure apple juice, and ail the eft or
vtocene. is na'ural. ar.d we suaranteo N
to be tha eh. Icaet cider In ,h.- world.
Loading phj'OiCtana lr. New York and
flrook.yn recumm,d thl cider to their
pa Ici.U lie p-r( ci put*'y I, JOrantead.
In Pauldln** Pippin clda-. only I .-mt la
land Nawton'e Pippins aia vaed The ap
ples are lafi on the *rees unill late in Oe
lobar when they are hand pkkod and
placed In a dry room to ripen.
Pauldlnf e.i\a the a; pi a ar* thcr utb-
I) crushed In h a own milt and the Jules
pressed out and run Into aweet clean
raeke ’ The difference be-ween cruablns
ar.d gr.ndln, apples t very <reai
You will Know lha difference between
crushed appea and ground Apple, If you
take *ome atem, and chew them you wll!
And tha* bUter mate which la not with
Pa .id:iCa crushed applta. Thl* elder hae
not tba extreme ew etneu of tha ituasat
elder, and everyone will nnd the Pauld
<n* a Pippin cider just - l.rht to 'aka with
dinner. UII'PMAN BROS .
Bole Acenta In HavannatL
PNESEIIVE YOU* SIIJHT
By wearlr.B Blarses that not alone enable
you to aee. but cqfrect every defect that
may exist. a
There la no ffuesswork In our methods
We have the latest and most approved
scientific apparatus for accurals eye tast
ing. We make no charge for consulta
tion or examination, and should you need
the services of a physician we trill frank
ly tell you no.
Our crystal lenses are perfect In every
respect, being ground under our own su
pervision. They cannot be compared n
value to th* kind offered as cheap by the
so-called opticians or Jeweler, wtio han
dle Inferior glasses as a side line.
DR. U. SCHWAB A BON.
Exclusive Opticians. *7 Bull Street.
N. B —Oculist prescriptions filled sams
day received. Repairing dsue at abort
We ore now moving our Wholesale De
partment to (he commodious quarters 127
Congress street (formerly occupied by M
Dryfus, and will be In perfect shape In
a few days, and be pleased to serve our
Hair. moss, tickings, fiber, feathers
Our stork of new material and manufac
turing products are up to dale. Our reno
vating ami remaking has dellgh'ed many
prominent residents. Ask your acquaint
ances. Material sent us Is picked, steame l.
Cleaned and medicated by modern mi
cflnary. Making done by mechanics \V,
confino our work to mattresses and bed
ding generally. We sell tickings of all
kinds, moss. hair, cotton, fiber, feather .
or any article needed in mattress line.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
Ilell Phone 1*36 Ml Drayton street
Chef Tresvau commences to-day
lo serve his well known Merchants'
Lunch lr m 11.30 to 2p. m Old and
new customers are cordially in
vited Also bill of fare ala carte.
Importer Win rxbtirgcr Hof lb , ■
lllb WAS TO A LEAN CARPETS.
Ti a only way lo get your carpets prop
er.y laken up, clautied and taken care of
f u r the summer Is to turn lb* Job over to
tn. District vi sa, ng r and Delivery C 6 .
telephone 2, or call al 23 Montgomery
it mi, and they will moke you an aitb
mate on the cost of tha work Prtosa
rwaairat-le They also pack, move sod
•tor* furniture snd pianos
C. H. MSULOCK. Supt and Mgr.
BONDS EAEC t TED
By the American Bond.r.g and Trust
i onipany of Baltimore. W are author
txed to ssrut- locally (Imm diatelj upon
app (cationj. ail bonds in Judicial pro-
C'.dßgs In either the suite or United
B ates courts, and of adm nisirat ra and
DEARING A HULL AgvctS
Telsphcna SR. Provident Building.
The schedule I, changed for Buwar.ee
Springs. You can leave Savannah, via
Pianl System, ai 5 a m , arrive al the
Springe at 12.20 p. m. This schedule Is
good for every day In the week.
RUE MILLING, RICE FI.OIR, HUE
We have anew in.II with all modem
processes, and machUiery, and arv now
ready for business We solicit your p.i
iouage and Invite correspondence, nee
chaff free :o patrons.
THE BAVANNAH RICE MILL CO.,
T M. Cunningham. President.
John Screven, Jr., Msnager,
am t st:art:nts.
America's Tragedian, Mr.
Assisted by the Talented and Beautiful
ind :i complete company, including Chas
D Herman. William Somers. Lillian
Kingsbury and Mtnme Lindlsy, presenting
his latest and greatest surcesAes,
Matinee To-day 3 p m .
Prices—OrOieatra 75c. Balcony Mr. Gal
To-nlsbt A:Jt> o'clock.
• RICHARD. THE LION HEARTED"
Prl< ee— Orchestra ll.Sn and ft no, Bal
cony 75c and Me. Gallery 25c.
Friday and Saturday nights and Satur-
Mstlnee. Oct. 19 and M.
Engagement of MR. CHARLES B.
Accompanied by MISS MARIE DROF
NAH and a splendid supporting com
pany. presenting anew romantic comedy
drama by Lee Arihur,
"PRIVATE JOHN ALLEN ”
A alory of the South, faselnatlng by
Interertlng deep heart Interest, clever
comely, strong situations, thrilling cli
maxes. Positively an elaborate scenic
production, entirely new and appropriate
to the atmosphere of the pay.
Scats on sale. Price*—lSe, 60c. 75c, SI.
Matinee, orchestra, balcony. 50c.
You will be surprised to find
how cheaply a really superior
srtlc> of Worcestershire can
be purchased. The brand Is—
an*l It Is second pi none made.
Price for pints 3) cents, for half
Idnta 10 cents. Just try It once*
IK S. I MCI a.
Corner Broughton and Whitaker.
WEDDING CUT GLASS.
WEDDING ART POTTERV.
WEDDING DECORATED WARE.
For everything In these linen
anti a hundred other wedding
specialties—at close prices for
first class good*- see or write
HUNTER & VAN KEUREN,
1(3 Bull slreej. Gg. I’horc 991.
TBADE SUPPLIED BY
HENRY SOLOMON & SON,
BREWER'S AGENT 8
THESE RESULTS ARE ATAINED
BY HILL'S MATCHLESS REFRIGERA
TORS CALL AND EXAMINE AT OUR
HENRY SOLOMON & SON.
liny nn! .feftersnn Street*.
Neither the master, owners nor con
sign. .• of the British suomshlp .Pydna
will be responsible for uny debt* con
tracted by the crew.
J H CROSSLET. Matter.
oi n cLir.NTu
Loan money at six per cent, on real
BECKETT A BECKETT,
Attorneys at Law and Conveyance™.
LEOPOLD AIJLEtt. j x ,, .
President !> U-Log
(*• 8- KLLIB. BABi v
Tli® Maltem Bin
W ill be pleased to rs. th
of Merchant,. Firms. Ina.w
Ofi*l Corporntiona * A **
Liberal favors extended
*TxsrZiZ2r m w
SEPAHATE b A VIN3" OE
LY O* DEPOSIT* lfcß *
Safety Deposit Boxes tr i v. ■
rent. Correspondence aoll.-ltcj ' * ,0 *
aavaavau ,i ’
.— c<p,T * L -*swcoa
tiuei avee. '**“*'"* —•***(
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■EANTLEY A. tSKHUAUH
■iLta i*. lour, vte,
GF-(IHUP, c. FRF.rWAV. r..tu,
•OEDOi. L. OROOVFH. A..,. ,
o t tlia blttli ot GtAX*.*
durplue and undivided profits
DEPOSITORY OF t In. STa'tbm
•Superior faclllnee fur transacting ,
'lone n.atle U.'l ail
acceeslble through Iwnke and taata^
Acuuuiit* at liei.its, li.r.Ke,, t.utl.
arid others soltvttad. Bale Dep.k i*,in
Department of Savings, Interest neysais
Bell, .Sterling Exchange on !/>nda, n
JOHN FLANNERY President
HORACE A. CRANE. Vic*
JNO. FLANNERY. WM. W. GORDON
E. A. W'EIL W. W GORDON J.
H. A CRANE. JOHN M E 0
LEE ROY MYERS JOSEPH FrR*T
H P FMART CHARLES El.m
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J KIRBY
Sum 11 1 in
Accounts of banka merchants, corpcrw
t tons and Individuals solicited.
Savings Department, interest wu
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaults fas
Collections mada on all points at r
Drafts soi l on all the chief cities of t*.
JOSEPH D WEED President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice ! reeMWl
W. F. McCALLET. Cashier.
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided profUa kd
Tbl* bank offers Its servli es lo uurpaft.
Ilona, merchants and in livid jals
Has authority to acl aa avecutor, H
mlniatrator. guardian etc
Issues drafts on the prlnrlpa; cl’las la
Great Britain and Ii eland and on da
Inter, at paid or compounded . iirtafiy
on dopislta In the Savings Departmtal
Safety Boxes for rent.
lIKNP.Y BI.TTN, Presllert
OEO. W TIE DEM.IN Vice PratHel
J| lfN M HOGAN. Cashier
■WAITER F. HOGAN, As't Cad-lar
No. UM. CbartrreJ. UB
HIS HU i
CAPITAL, r.. 0 . o'. BCKPICB. i’AOA
UNITED BTATES DEPOtGTuRI.
J A. G. CARBON, Pra-U ot.
HEIR.S'K GORDON. VI >• PresMaal
W. M DAVANT. Cashier
Ac-asunta of tanka and ha'kra, urt*
ehan'a and corporations received W<*
the moat favorable term* consistent - 1 J
safe and conservative banking
THE GEORGIA STATE
B LILDINQ AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
15 YORK STREET, WEST.
- PER CENT, per annum allow*® **
O deposits, withdrawable on dun* 0 *
Interest credited quarterly
6 PER CENT per annum • lo *
deposits of even
able at annual periods.
OEII. W. TIED!.MAN. President
B. H. LEVY. Vice President.
B. W. REI.L. Secretary.
C. O ANDERSON. JR . Tre.tUfW
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Cos,
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Term*
lo newspaper Pi®
For sals, a Forsaltb Nawf|WP
will fold shoe* Ex*a It *e ► r 1 * 1
Pries 808. U ooat originally B. °* P
we have Do use for II end wain '*• ***
It will be an Invaluable adjua-'
OLD NEWBPATERB. ** *''" V C ""*
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