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IS BUSY WITH HIS MESSAGE.
oovemor i'rhparing hi*
nHKit to Tin: n hi:.
A rhmKr In lll** I onvlet Will
Hr Recommended, amt the 4i*v
rrnnr Will Have •nwrlhlM l **
Abnul Pabllc <rlml.ourl <*ltl
rrr. Will Oppose *rw Convict Law.
Fonr Railroad* Have Agreed In
Thr Hlnnia Depot Plan and Ihe
Appropriation Will Hr Hrrom
Atlanta. Oft. 11-Tbe message of Gov.
Candler ha* been about half completed A
portion of thr document >* eent to th*
printer lhl morning and the rest will be
IM'TII A* won hh ronn* of thn Btiilr Ilonw
official*, who have not made lh< Ir report*,
send them In to the Governor and an sovn
a* the railroad* are heard from *aym*
whether or not they will pay e.x per cent,
on the propor. ,| r.ew and. pot
The roe*-age to l.e trlven the a.fttnblr
will he very Important thin year and will
contain norm recommendation* on which
thr Legislature In nitre to take act! n
Onr of the most Important r.c uwnctvdl
- will hr In repaid to the change In
the convict system The Govern' r will
also have something to ray about the
public et hoole, which will no doubt be in
He la In doubt now aa to whether or not
he will be able to gel the message ready
for delivery by thr time Ihe legislature
rmetn. which In negi Wednesday.
Solicitor* of the different court clrrulie
In Georgia would be affected by the rw
convict law which would be recommended
by Gov. Candler. In the event It should
paee the legi*lature It would also tak**
away compensation from clerkn anil sher
iffs of superior court* If the round'*
work the convicts and receive no pay. the
solicitor*, clerks and sheriff# are also out
It In expected that vigorous opposition
will hr made to thr hill unless there be
some provision In It providing for pwv to
the courts and officers Several solicitors
who arc here attending III" Supreme
Court were een this morning and every
one la opposed to the recumfnendsilon >h.
Governor Intend* to make, unless they
are taken care of The aollcltors, cletk
and sheriff* gel in at of the money from
lees and If these fee* are removed, so
they claim. Ihe offices would not be worth
Four of the railroads entering Atlanta
the Central of Georgia, the Atlanta and
West Point, the Georgia and Ihe Naah
vllle, Chatt mooga arid St I.mis. have
agreed to pay the six per cent rental On
anew union station, the price reoulred
by the Special l>i pot rvmml#-lnn If the
slate should erect the building Thl
practically settle* the depot question If
Ihe laei.islature will make the approprla
tion The Southern Hallway ha* not been
hen id from so far. but General Manager
Biott. of the Georgia, raid this morning
the Southern would do the same as th
Gov. Candler has not been notified of
the agreement of the railroads, but h
vill probablv lie acquainted to-morrow
with the aellon of the four, eo that tn
ran Incorporate the recommendation for
the appropriation in his message He
agreed to make ihe recommendation pro
vided the railroad* should pay the six
per cent. Every obstacle Is now out of
the way for anew: depot In Atlanta
MJ. HANSON HTCEBDEI).
Elected Director of the A. A AA. P.
Vice the latte . M. Comer.
Atlanta. Oct. 1* -George C Smith was
re-elected president and general manager
of the Atlanta and West Point railroad
at a meeting of the stockholder* this
morning. M.tJ. J F Hanson of Macon
was elected a director to succred the late
11. M Comer. The other members of Ihe
od board were re-elected
Aside from an agreement to accept the
proposition to pay a A per cent rental for
anew depot In Atlanta, no other business
was transacted. No mention was made of
an alleged consolidation of the Georgli
Atlanta anal Weal Point oral Western of
Alabama with the Louisville. about which
there has been much speculation.
*t l( ll>E AT II AINKIHIIMaE.
Important Matters Considered by m,
Georgia Pine Railroad.
B.itnbrblge. Ga . Oct. IS —Bruce I.ynn. a
prosperous farmer of this county, com
mitted suicide here to-day. Ills act was
unex|>ected and his condition was no;
realised until there was scarcely a ves
tige of life left In him li Is said that he
took two bottles of morphine
The eauac of the autclde Is unknown
He was under the Influence of whisky
when the ad was committed He )eavc
a family nr 1 children.
There was u meeting of the stockholder*
ond directors of the Georgia Pine Railroad
held here to-day. lit which sum*- very
Important steps were taken toward ex
tending ihe road from Palnbrldgc to Tall
- - - m ■ *
idv tnorrtir< view of it.
Drnnrrsn 4 uuld Gain hut I.title Es
i-onragrmrnt From It.
Atlanta, Ocl. I*.—Congressman L. F
Lilvingrton. who haa been speaking In the
interests of she Democratic party In New
Jersey, returned to Atlanta to-day Mr
Livingston thinks that Indiana. Illinois.
New York, Kentucky, West Virginia.
Maryland. New Jersey and Delaware are
doubtful, and that If one of these states
goes against Mr Bryan In the coming na
tional election all of them will, and If one
goes for him. so will all. with the possible
exception of Illinois—he same political
conditions prevailing In them nil now.
Good *hoss lug Made by the Georgia
Southern and Florida.
Macon. Oct. I*.—Georgia Southern end
Florida directors to-day declared a IH per
cent. seml-onnunl dividend on the first
preferred stock and a 4 per cent, annual
divided on Ihe second preferred
The stockholders held their annual meet
ing and re-elected the directors. General
satisfaction was expressed at the condi
tion of the rtod.
A negro was brought her*- from Barnes
vllle -o day HUppveed to tie Condueior Lat
tlmore's slayer, but he proved to he too
small to answer Ihe description He will
Will Increase Their Stoek.
Columbia, ft C.. Oct. 1* —The stock
holder* of the Glen Lowry Manufacturing
Company at Newberry have decided lo
Increase the capital from 1300,090 to 1500,000
and build another otton mill Whit
mori The old mill have been running
full time on the liner grade of goods and
Is not affected by present depression feh
In some quarters.
No Gripe, Pain
Or dlseomfort, no Irritation of Ihe in
testines—but gentle, prompt, thorough
beuiltiful cleansing, wben you take
Sold by all druggist*. 25 cents
—I do wet believe there
is a esse of drspep.
Jr y ■ • > 7 ,- ,"2K’, •'*. indigestion or
JEf ■"'* any atomaeh Iron Ila
®* ■Rw that ranoct be re
thi .-gOp lieved st once and
fS ’ hMJp tiermanrntly cured
-iNIUL At all druggists,
Cue. s rial Guide
* WI to ITealtb and niedi
cal advice free 1500
1 1 Arch street, Pbila.
In ( n I.ruler
nnl Mr. *hr||nr<l.
Swain*boro. Ga„ Oct. ls.-Mr. \V. W
Hhrpjmrd. cn4*lut* I r |rft4lrmini rlrc
ior of thr Flr*t Conifr* r-ional diatrlct,
h|*ok‘ i on the rational |!‘Jurr hrrr >*ntrr
day 111 #i>r*ch wa weli arnrigMl, fA*rri
bl* and o thr point, and waa wr.l rrrclvf*!
by a larir* and appreciatlvr audirncr At
thr conrlualtin of .Vlr. Bnrpfmrd’i*
crlra w<ni up from all part* of thr hoU9
<*2orlr*t in a f*w brlrf whlrh
aerr unfortunatrly rut rhort by thr hour
hnvlnic arrived for court Hla r*marka
%v-rr wr!l rrc Ivt and. and ihe propV trurt-i
that hr did not have the t n to finish.
Everybody In thl rounty knows Col. I-e*-
ter. and in alwaya triad to hear an>thin*
tnut hr ha* to nay
Thr Bui*rlor c ourt dorkrt la very
heavy, aid cannot nearly be dlpoa**d of
thin week There will be an adjourn**!
term In D* * ember.
Herry Hall, who war releaaed by Jua*
ike M rL.K In .1 pr* llmlnury trill, for the
murler of M inning Hull, ha* l>ern Indict*
e l ar.d Ir now lit Jail He will be -
rented by Colt. Warren and Hufford of
the local bar. Mr ears. Danlrl, Hertlnsion
and Brown will airlrt Boilcltor HawiliiK
In the prorecutlon
MOW THE ITVtIOV QOE9.
(government Money I'nM for Whtrk)
ly the ftallon.
Beaufort. 8 C., Ocl. IS Laura Davie,
colored daughter of a negro voldier In the
Federal army during the Civil War. re
ceived :t lump rum of fl.Ofln tmunty money
from the government a few day* rlnce.
1 he woman It* married and liver in a nea(
little houre In the auhurb* of the town.
The premier* belong to John Davla the
hunhand f lainra A year or two ago
th** man bore an e*r#*||eiu re|>uatlon for
thrift and robrtety. but he got out of em
ployment and Into bad company and for
ihe past 1 hr**** month* he haa ac.trcely
drawn a eober breath. Their means were
fnat being exhausted when the woman's
pension claim was allowed and a check
for sl.*n was forwarded to her from
Neighbors relate that since she received
her money both her husband and hc have
been holding high carnival, the wife pur
chasing liquor by the gallon and consum
ing It .t* freely as her Inebriate husband
EXCITEMENT IX UR AM.Kill RG.
\rgro With a Pistol Caused a lllg
Columbia. S C., Oct. IS—The town of
Orangeburg wa* greatly excited about
mklnlght last ntgh*. and for a time there
was promise of serious trouble. January
Corbett, a negro bully, became disorderly
at a negro dance ond Pol teem an Demira
was called to arrest him When the offi
cer arrived Corbett tired two shots at him
.ind then ran home and barricaded him
self. When several polkkmen arrived at
the door and demanded hi* surrender. Cor
bet fired through the door The police
men returned the Are In the meantime
a Mg crowd of white* and negroes had
gathered, both being armed. Many armed
negroes were arrested. Finally Mayor
Duke arrived on the scene and to him
Corbett surrendered. None of the shot*
ATTACKED HY HtMiS.
Three Children Were Seriously In
jure .1 Arnr Athens.
Athena. Ga . Oct. It —A horrible acci
dent occurred at Edwin, (is . twelve miles
below Athens to-day. Tho three little
children of Mr. Will Hayes were playing
In thetr father's lot. and seeing several
little tugs, ran In to catch them, for fun.
to make them squeal.
The squealing attracted the attention of
three large hog* that bore .town upoo the
children In great rage An old hog grab
bed tho little 2-year-old girl In Ihe shoul
der an.l crushed It. breaking every bone
The little hoy's wrist was broken, and
all are badly bruleed all over thslr bodies
Medical attention war Immediately sent
for. The emallest child's arm was ampu
IIEf FIVER FOR lA'BLLHOI BE.
An Atlanta Paper € ontpnu, Itae
Atlanta. Oct. I*.—Judge Candler to-day
appointed Walter R. Daley of this city
temporary receiver for the Wellhotise
Paper Company. The llabliltle, are Mat
ed in the petition to be about 125.0U1). The
creditors are principally Eastern Arm*
Negro Filled W ith lllrd Shot.
Columbia. H. C.. Oct. 15— gam Giles, a
negro, fired at a dog belonging to a party
of men who were hunting birds out of
•rason on his land In Union county. The
dog was peppered nnd the men retaliated
by filling Giles' skin full of holes He
was peppered with small shot from head
to foot. Oil** did not know the men, A
doctor Is attending the wounded man.
t otitest iYllhtlrsns.
Lumpkin. Oa., Oct. I*.—The rontest for
Sheriff tn Btewart county ha* been with
drawn. Mr Walter K. Johnston is the
STOP* THE t'Ot till %Ml W ORK* OFF
Laxative Promo Quinine Tablet* rure a
coM tn one day. No rure, no pay. Pile*
25 dents ad.
Mr. G Reuben Butler. Druggist, of Sav
annah. Ga., says:
• • "It gives me pleasure to expree*
my appreciation of the virtue of 'Bttwa
nee Spring's' The best evidence of my
belief tn the curative propertle* of the
water is Ihe fact thot In my o**c I was
relieved of a severe attack of rheumnDm
and have sent numbers to 'Suwanee who.
being also brnefltled are, like myself,
warm In It* praise." • *
Mr D. M. MeAljdn. Tax Assessor of
Suwanee County Fin., writes:
• • "Since my babyhood, thirty years
ago. I have been afflicted with rheu
matism. often to such an extent that 1
could not turn myself In bed. • • At
last I went to 'Suwanee Sprlnr* ' Eureka’
I was relieved, and have never used
crutches since, and never expect to tak
o- recommend any other medicine than
'Suwanee Spring' Water for rheumatism
THE MOIINING NEWS: FKTDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1900.
Wai fctiof lu a WMf|emnn at Beach
Wsycrose. Ga . Oct 18 —Aaron Tlilnwn.
1 11 colored laborer, wa* sliot at a
nation on th** Waycro-<* Air tdne Batl
road, and the attending physlrian says bis
recovery Is extremely doubtful The noo<-
, mg mi done by James Bulrer. a white
man. who it* employed as woodsman for
II L Biggin*, managi r of the Beach
Uimb*r Company. It Is raid that Bulzer
I engaged the negro Tillman to aealst him
In loading a <ar of rrosMies. The negro
got hurt In w*me way, *0 it Is alleged,
am! had to lay off Bulser refused to pay
nlm unleea tie 'otnirfend the This
he refused to do. ami some hot word* t>e*
iwf*n the men were followed by ea b of
1 them drawing a stick Bulx**r threw o*ld*
his stick and rrk red the rv gro to do like
wise. but In* refused whereupm
Biilii r drew his revolver nnd
began ahootmr The negro wa* M
In the right aid* ol the stoma - h In h
rlghi groin, and between ihe hear* a* 4
No arre-t Keen made up to the ttm*
•he corresjondent received lnf*rmatl**o
from Beach The chances are the negro
Train Dispatcher Georg* T Dixon of
the Piant System receive ! a t* legram
yesterday afternoon from !*ake War a
maw. N c . .mnounclng the serous nine s
of his father, and he left last night for
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
I* Nut it list Makes ■ Hrstnlr Val>
T<*tlmMtl*ls are *ocl thin** anil we are
always itlstl to them, but they don't
make our remedy any better. .
Stuart'* Dvipejvsla Tablets are good be
rauM they do grm.l—because they rure.
Testimonials simply prove that the tab
let* have helped othr people, hut IF*
yourself you are most Interested in. and
whether they will cure you I* the question
It Is very easy to And out—try them A
full packttge costs hut flfty cents at your
druggist's They are worth that If they
only help you a little hit. The chance I*
worth taking at the price.
We put It on that basis because you don't
know about the tablets If you knew as
much about them as we do you would
ha' f e complete confidence; this advertising
would he unnecessary We have seen them
cure the worst case* of stomach trouble
Cases of long rtandlng and obstinacy,
ease* that other m*dlclne* and even high
prired doctor* had failed to subdue.
Here are some testimonials If you care
tt. read them we have thousand* of them
Rev J R Hoag, of Wymore. Neb.,
write* For six year* l have been troubled
with dyspfpett I gist fall I became very
much alarmed at some symptom# of heart
trouble and came to helleve there was a
sympathetic relation between the two dis
eases, or rather, that the stomach trouble
was the cause of the heart disturbance. I
hit upon Stuart'e Dyspepsia Tablets for a
remedy nnd Invested a dollar and a half
for three boxes whtrh lasted me three
months nnd 1 ran eat any kind of food I
r ant and have a good vigorous appetite
Although I am seventy-seven years old. I
now feel perfectly well and without being
requested by anyone I make this state
ment as a compliment to Ihe virtues of
Btuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
Mrs. Lydia Bartram. of Assyria. Mich
writes: I have suffered from stomach
trouble* for ten year* and five different
doctors gave me only temporary relief A
Mr. E B Bags advised me to try Btuart *
Dyspepsia Tablets nnd four boxes did m*-
more permanent benefit than all the doc
tors' medicines that I have ever taken
We honestly believe that Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets are the best medicine ever
made for the cure of stomach troubles
Don't mistake our meaning We don't
claim them to cure anything hut dyspepslt
and stomachic disorder*. Just the one
thing I* what they are ma le for. hut that
onr thing t* the cause—the starting potn'
of nearly all the sickness In the world
t'se Btuart's Tablets regularly. Keep
yetir stomach right, and you can never be
htvtf. and cniATY taxe*. toot*.
Office Collector State and County Taxes.
Chatham County, Oa., Savannah, Oct
The digest la now open for the collec
tion ol the above taxe* on all property
real and personal. Ihe speclflc tax on pro
fesslone; also the Poll Tax for Educations!
Purposes on all Male Hesidenls of the city
and county between the age* of 21 anl
GO years. Office at the Court House
Hours, 9 a. tn. to 2 p. tn
JAB J McOOWAN.
Tax Collector. C C.
I* hereby given of an Intention to apply
at the next session of the Legislature for
the passage of a local hill to be entitled,
"An act to empower the treasurer of
Chatham county 40 employ n clerk, to tlx
the comp- n?ation of *ald clerk, and to
authorise the Commissioner* of Chatham
county to pay h'a #nlary out of the gen
eral fund of the county, and for other
NOTH r. OF 1)1**111.1 TION.
The firm of Franklin A Foltx ha* th:*
day been dissolved by mutual content.
W B. Frankllr. retiring. G. R Folta an.!
C. E Yonge continuing under thr Arm
name and style of Foltx A Cos., who wit:
assume all llnMllt.es and collect account*
of the old Arm.
W. B. FRANKLIN
O R FOLTZ
C. E. YONGE.
Oct. IS. 1999.
Neither the master nor conslgnettt of
the British steamship Winifred, Thot
Clark, muster, will be responsible for any
debt* contracted by crew of eakl vessel
.1 F MINIS A CO., Consignee*
NEW CROP NEW ORI.EAN* STRIP.
TIG* I* the most delightful table
ssrup ever otlerril tn Savannah.
I.lnht tn color, heavy tn hotly,
clear anti clean, nntl no twnng In
Mop In nnd try a sample.
A. 11. A C. W . W ENT.
HE Mil ATI XL—M.ITTHESSRS- HKNO-
Hair, moss, tickings, fiber, feathers
Our stock of new m.tlVrial and manufac
turing products are up to date uur reno
vating and remaking has delighted many
prominent resident*. Ak your acquaint
ance*. Material *ent u* Is picked, steamed
cleaned and madtc.vted by modem ma
rl In ery Making done hy mechanic* \V>
confine our work to mattresses anti bed
dltlg generally. We sell ticking* of all
kind*, moo hair, rotton. Alter, feather*,
or any article needed tn mattre** line
NATIONAL MATTHEBS AND RENO
Bell Phone 1135 331 Drayton tret.
A9H AND CVPIIKkk LI MUCH FOR
159.909 feel of ah. suitable for wheel
wright*. carriage maker*, car work* and
.tie i lor bout* tin lab. Abo eypr*** iumt et
of all *lier We have resume 1 cutting
our famous brands of cypres* shingles
and will soon hav* a full line of them for
sale. VALE ROYAL MFO. CO.
Madison Square. West, N. V..
0. B. LIBBEY. Prop
# A’fbr H gwe>rf }/*■*•
Th# local'on of this house Is most de
sirable, being central to all pla-es ol
amusement, and to the shopping district.
Hpeelal attertton paid to the cuisine.
A number of very desirable suites to
rent tor the winter.
KENNEY The relative* ard frbT.ds of
Mr*. Ann Kenney, of Mr. and Mrs. J A.
Iv Hell and of Mr and Mrs C. Best. ar
Invited to attend the funeral of the former
from Habersham and Fifth streets, at 3
o'clock this afternoon.
MILLER—The relatives and friends of
Mr and Mrs H Miller and family are
Invited to attend the funeral of the latter
from Thunderbolt, at 4 30 o'clock 4hl* af
PARISH.—The friends and acquaint
ances of Mr. George W. Parish and
family ore respectuflly Invited to attend
the funeral of Mr George W. Parish
from St. Paul's Church, comer Barnard
nnd Duffy streets, at 4:39 p. m.
PETERSON.—The relative* snd friends
ol Mr and Mrs. C A Peterson are Invited
to attend the funeral of the former ftom
hla late residence. No. 519 East Hunting
don street, this afternoon at 3 o’clock.
A regular communication of this Jk
lodge Will he held this (Friday) ev
enlng at Maaonlc Temple at S.JO
Members of sister lodges and transient
brothers cordially Invited to attend By
order GEO T. CANN, W. M
W. C. TRAVIS, Secretary.
l.tl'm.TTt: Mi l. tu s ( \MP. .-.tut
V. 4 . V.
Veterans: You are requested to nttend
the funeral of Veteran Georg>- W Parish
from St. Paul's Church, comer Duffy and
Barnard street*, at 4 30 p. m. The Confed
erate Veterans Association are Invited to
Join with u*. By order of the Commander.
A K. WILSON. Adjutan*
iIVIWtH BRAYCH SBKDI.E WttMK
It Is earnestly requested that officers,
members and all Interested In thta noble
charity will meet at St John'a Parish
Hall. Friday. Oct 19. at 4.39 p. m. Please
be prompt JULIA MYDDLETON.
Secretary pro tem
LKVAN'S C AFE.
RESTAURANT AND OYSTER HOUSE.
11l Congress Street. W’e*4.
Dine Point. Rnrltnvvay and Native
Oysters la all styles.
AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON
DINING ROOMS UPSTAIRS.
PUHLIMIHD FOR INFORMATION.
City of Savannah.
Office Clerk of Council.
Oct. 19. 19U0
The following resolution adopted at a
meeting of Council, held on the evening
of the 17th Inet,. Is herewith published for
the Information of all concerned:
By A Merman Dixon—
Resolved by the Mayor and Aldermen
of the city of Bavannah tn Council a*
sembled. That the ordinance for the re.
naming of streets south of Anderson
street be published for information and
that Council Invites an expression of the
vlewa and wishes of the citizens of Sa
vannah. and particularly of tho#.
residing south of Anderson street,
or owning property In thl* sec
tion. concerning the wisdom and ex
pediency of the ordinance, those vteww to
be expressed by petition or other written
. ommunlcatlon. or orally, at the next
meeting of Council, at which time the
ordinance will be read on It* passage.
An ordinance to re-*iame the street* lrt
the city of Savannah south of Ander
Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mvyot
and Aldermen of the city of Savannah
in Council assembled, concerning the
street* In the city o( Savannah south ol
Anderson street, that hereafter First and
St. James streets ghall be known as
Second. Ullloit and St. Paul streets
shall be hereafter known a* Thirty
Third. Grapevine. West Third and St
Nichole* street* shall be hereafter known
a* Thlrcy.third street
Fourth. Blsmurk. West Fourth and St
John street* Khali he hereafter known a*
Fifth. Sarah. Wilder. West Fifth. St
Michael and Brady streets shall be here
after known as Thlrty-flfth street.
Sixth. Willow. Weet Sixth and 8-
Tnomas streets snail be hereafter known
as Thirty-sixth street.
Seventh and East Seventh street* shall
tie hereafter known aa Thirty-seventh
Eighth, Center. James and East Eighth
s< reels shall be hereafter known a*
Ninth nod East Ninth streets shall be
lie hereafter known aa Forty-second
Tenth. Church and East Tenth street*
shall be hereafter known as Fortieth
Eleventh and Lamnr streets (or avenue)
vhali be hereafter known a* Forty-tlrst
Twelfth and South avenue streets shall
hereafter known as Forty-second street.
Sec. 2. Be It further ordained, that all
ordinance* and part* of ordinance* in
conflict with this ordinance are hereby
repealed WM P. BAILEY.
Clerk of Council.
Ot R (T.IF.NTS
Loan money at six per vent, on real
BECKETT A BECKETT.
Attorneys at Law and Cooveyanctrg
Superior to AIL
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West.
FRIDAY AYD SAT! R DAY.
New Prunes per pound sc.
Evaporated App># 3 pounds for Isc
Evaporated Apricot* per pound 15c.
Evaporated Peaches per pound loc.
Netv Ftgs per pound 15c.
New Currants per package 10c
Sardines in lemon Juice per can 30c.
tj-lb; cans Deviled H im per can 10c.
3-lb. cans Tripe per can 86c.
Fulton Market Corned Beef. In extra
fancy cuts. Just ut.
1-lb. Jsr* Chip Beef !6c
Muatard Dressing in belt lest 25c.
Vlb. cans Mustard only 10c.
1- can# Peaches (Tablet 10c.
tjnart eans Syrup only luc
Wire Flavored Jellies package 10c.
7 pounds Oatmeal for 25c.
2- package <knmea| for 10c.
Cheese Cracker# per package 15c.
Saratoga Chlpa per pound 2Se.
Maple Sugar per pound 15c.
Florida Oranges per doaen 25c.
Delaware Grape* per basket 20c.
Niagara Grape* per basket 20c.
Fancy King Apples.
Banana*. Limes and Lenvtn*.
JOHN T EVANS A CO,
Congress and Barnard streets.
320 West Broughton street,
Agent for following manufacturers,
make your selection (rum (hem.
Moyer. Columbus. Buckeya. Frailer.
Cortland, Waterloo, Watertown. Weat
eott. Rock Hill.
Old Hickory. Mtlburn and Florence
Full and somplete line of Harness. Sad
dles. Lap Role s. etc.
Kelley Springfield Rubber Tires pul on
at abort notice.
We are now moving our Wholesale De
partment to the 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
City of Savannnh.
Office Clerk of Council,
Oct. 19. 19 O.
A vacancy having occurred among the
city physicians by reason of the resigna
tion of I)r. M H. l/evt of the Second Dis
trict. notice Is hereby given that an elec
tion will be held at the next regular
meeting of Council, to be held on Oct.
31. at g p m., to All the onexptred term
caused by the raid resignation
All application# to he died with the
Clerk of Council at or before 12 m. of
the 31st Inst.
'M P. BAILEY.
Clerk of Council.
tu t km vnn * t (i ;
Chef Tresvnu commence* to-day
to serve his well known Merchants'
Lunch from 11:30 to 2p. tn. Old and
new customer* are cordially in
vited Also bill of fare ala carte.
Importer W'uerzburger llof Bruu.
THE HAA TO CLEAN lAltl'Ml.
Tha only way to get your carpets prop
erty taken Up, cleaned anti taken care of
for the summer l to turn th* Job over to
(he District M*aa"ng r and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2, or call at 23 Montgomery
etieet, aid they will make you an esti
mate on th* cost of th* work Prloa*
rangirsbl* They al*o puck, most and
•tor* furniture and nlanoa
C. H. MED LOCK. Supt and Mgr.
DON OS KAKIITKi*
By the Amctlcan Bood.r.g enJ Trust
company of Baltimore. We are author
ised to exocutr locally (burn dialely upoo
application), a t bonds tn Judetal pro
ceeding* In cither the state or Unltud
S ate* courts, and of sdminlstrat r* and
DEARINO A HULL. Agect*.
Telephone 3SI. . Provident Bulldog
N\K BUY AND SELL REAL ESTATE,
Negotiate loana on same at 5 per cent,
and coiled rents Reprc-ont The Travel
ers Inauranc* Cos., accident and liability
de|artmenta. Represent the New York
Underwriter* Firs In*, agency. Represent
th# Greenwich Ftr# Ins Cos. Represent
th* Phoenix Mutual Life Ins. Cos. All busi
ness entrusted to us will be appreciated,
and will receive prompt and careful at
tention. No. 37 Bay atreet east. Tele
phone 343. W. C. FRIPP * CO.
on* In posses#to: t ex
steamboat W. S. Cook, sunk In river. Is
requested to report same to Gibson's
wharf, and reasonable compensation will
Neither th“ mister nor consignee* of
the Norwegian steamship Banna. Wahl
berg. master, will be responsible for any
debts contracted by crew of said vessel.
J. F. MINIS A CO., Consignee a
AMI SEME NTS.
gnu annsh tHttn rtsw.
Friday and Satur.lav night* and Satur-
M .ulnee, Oct. 19 and 39.
Engagement of MB. CHARLES B.
Accompanied by MISS MARIE DROF
NAH, and a splendid suptiortlng corn
tony. presenting t. new romantic comedy
druma by Lee Arthur,
“PRIVATE JOHN ALLEN
A story of ihe South. fa*elnattng hy
intrrerting deep hearf Inter.-.*!, clever
comedy, strong situations, thrilling cli
maxes. Positively an elaborate scenic
production, entirely new and appropriate
to the atmosphere of the paly.
Seats on sale, prlcee—3Sc. 50c. 75c, 31.
Matinee, orchestra. TSc; balcony, 50c.
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.
Whenaver the Best is Wanted
Olflc* 307 Hull Street.
Ths Ch3iham Real Estate
and Improvement Go
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms.
Ii Miner Pisto
Ko awl*. * Forullh Newspaper Folder
will fold sheet It 1* In good order
I’rlce r-00 Si oo*! onglr.elly |l,:oO, bin
we have n.j uee for II and van I th* room
II will bear Invaluable adjunct lo say
THE GEORGIA STATE
B l ILDINd AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
IS YORK STREET. WEST.
SI’ER CENT, per annum allowed on
dc|>oa!t*. withdrawable on demand,
lnterm credited quarterly.
6i’Eil CENT, per annum allowed on
deposits of even hundred* withdraw
able at annual periods.
OKU W. TIEDKMAN. President.
B. H LEVY, Vice 1 resident.
E. W. HELL. Secretary.
C. O ANDERSON. JR.. Treasurer.
WALL PAPKK, rAI'CH HANGING.
We carry complete a*soittn<nl of Islret
style papers. and employ only lx et a< lists
See our roods and set our esitmeis be
fore yivlni- out your work. Our pries. the
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO.,
Corner Drayton and Congress,
The schedule Is changed for Suwanee
Springs You can leave Savannah, via
Piani System, ai 9 am., arrive at the
Springs et UJ p. m. This schedule Is
good lor every day In the week.
MICK HILLING, MICE I*l.ol 11, MICK
We have anew mill with all modern
processes, atxl machinery, and are now
ready lor buetne-a. We solicit your pat
ronage and Invite correspondence, rid#
chad Iree to patrons.
THE SAVANNAH RICE MILL CO.,
T. M Cunningham. President.
John Screven. Jr., Manager.
If you don’t
care how long
LEOPOLD ADDER. JNO. R DILI/)*
c. 8. ELLIS, BARRON OARTEp
The Chatham Bank
Will be pleased to receive the gcoo-jau
of Merchants. Firms, Individuals, btui
Liberal favors extended
Unsunue-wd collection facllittea uer
tng prompt returns
StPAHATE SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
BTKWUT COMt'OI'NDEO Ctt UtTUk
Id' OX DEPOSIT*.
Safety Deposit Roxea snd Vaults lot
rent Correspondence solicited.
The Citizens Bank
OF SAVA.VV Ail.
. CAPITAL. 5500.00 Q.
1 A U.,.„ . . _
* *® V* V 4MCA a*
Sulioilo Acts.snie la gi,|geaK
■trekaata. Maaka a>4 aUaes Itqe
Oallectloaa kaaUag wttk aatsty,
"“•■J *nd dUpstrk.
•■•ereat eewip.xin.led enartctly
allewsg ■■ deposits la war Sevlagi
*a ,f, r s*o#welt Basra sat Staesgs
RHAMTLKY A. DETMAHK Prestiss*
Mil.l.* It. LATE, Tie# FreatdesL
GEORGE r. FREFTMAT. Cashier.
GORDO Y 3.. GROOVER. AasL ( ask HA
of th* State of Georgia.
Surplus and undivided profits ..MU.R
DEPOSIiuRY Ol THE sii'ATE Of
Superior facilities lot transacting *
■ is. Manailn* t.aslotss
....... i. rs m£SS on all point*
a. sbiblc through banks and bankui.
A.toutilfc ~l iienke, Uatikvtt.. yiet.t-at l **
and others touotlad. Safe Lktposk bud
Department of Savings. Interest psyski#
Sella Sterling Exchange on Dondm 0
JOHN FLANNKRY. Pmsldenl.
HORACE A CRANK. Vice Prestdeet
JAMES Sri.t.Tl’AN Cosbler
JNu. FLANNERY. W M W. GORDON
E. A WEIL W. W GORI>ON. Jfc
H A. CRANE. JOHN M EGAN.
LEE ROY MYERS JOSEPH FI7R9T
H P SMART. CHARLES f1.1.!i
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J FIRST
Sill MI IIS
Accounts of banks, merchants, rcrpo*
(ions and individuals solicited.
Savings Department, Interest N*
Safety Hoses and Storage Vaults W
Collections mads on all points sl rw
Drafts eold on all tbs chief cities of tM
JOSEPH D WEED. President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND, Vice i’rsaUsrt
W. F. McCAULET. Cashier.
THE GERMANIA BANK
savannah, ua. j-
Capital ' m
Undivided profits rMl p,
This bank offer* It* services to corps
llotui. merchaot* *nd ladlvlduai* .
lisa authority to act a* esscutor.
mli.lgtriitor, guardian etc „
Issue* drafts on the prlnclp*
Oreat Britain and Ireland and un
Gmtlneat. . . ~ a reertT
Inter at raid or rompound-d
on dap-all# In the Bavings
Safety Hokes for rent
HENRY fll.lTN. President ,***
OEO. W TIE DEM AN Me Pr*
JOHN M HOOAV. Cashier
WAT.TETI F. HOOAN. Ast’t r *• M **
No. I*4o. Chartered,
WHS ill #
UNITED STATES DEPOS‘D*
J A. o. carbon.
BEIHNB OOHDON. Mce i
W M DAVANT Csahter.
Ae-o.nts of tanks and b*™ #(> *
absn'S and enrpors'lons sit*
tbe rro# favorable tn' *
safe end conserva'tv* brk‘n*
OLD NEWSPAPER* ■*•**
Ruainin Offlcm MornW