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HOT CONTEST IN MTNTOSH.
I 11. 1 l l o\ Kll I I.CHKHHIP r Till.
mPKHUIR 1111 ItT.
Judge . A. ttm Contesting the
fldlpr Against A. 4". H ll>*The
Former l*4 Mon. " ■ G.
Charlton and the Latter lu Hon.
I*. . Meldrlm Many Irreaulurl
lira Charged—t|ue*tlon ol Free
Darien, Ou . Oct I*-The taking of er-
Idem • In Hi*- contest..l election rare of
B. A. Way . A. C. Wytly for the
om. of clerk of If Huperlor Court be
gin this morning before Judge f. L. Liv
ingston. Judge Livingston will hear the
evidence and transmit It In writing to
judge Stai r > k who will render a ver
Judge Way, the ronltUrnt. I* represent
ed by Hon. W. G Charlton. and Capt
Wylly. the ennteetee, is repreaented by
Hon. P. W. M-.drim and Solicitor General
Livingston Kenan. Every precinct In
the county I* rordcste 1 upon ground*
which. If attalalned. would threw the en
tire election out. The mam fight l over
the Darien precinct. Il I* charged hy
Judge Way that Mr. J. G Ligarc, one of
the oleotlon manager* here, wt* not a
freeholder. Mr. la-gare was the first wlt
lii it to-day and hl evidence dtscloerd the
fact that he owned an iniere-t In several
email piece* of land, having paid Ihe
money before the elc ttdn, but hiving no
deed for any of It The entlr*- ca**e d< -
~. 1,,|. ■ r . r . ■
which the term le need In the rleetion
lawa. when he ha* purchased land, but
ha* received no d* • and.
EtTUHT TO ABHGIMI IT.
Attack May lie Made oa the Geologi
Atlanta. Orl 19—It Is reported at the
Capliol to-day that another effort will he
made In the General Assembly at the
< <mlng session lo abolish Ihe appropria
tion for the geological department
A similar effort was made last year,
but after a hard fight before the House
the bill was killed. It Is said now that
another legislator from South Georgia will
Introduce a Mil to at*>ll*h Ihe de|>arttneitt
as u whole. Several of the Capitol offi
cials were discussing the bill this morning
ni*l some of them muted that Geologist
Yates had been served with notice that a
hill would lie Introduced.
Mr Vales when seen said he had not
been notified that another effort would be
made to abolish the geological department
this yeur lb- seemed surprised when
told of the rumor. Mr. Yates *td the de
pnr'ment wa- now In better condition
than H had ever Men befori. and If the
legislature wa* nol satisfied with It*
workings, he would maki no fight to keep
the bill from pursing Oov. Candle! said
be had nol heard of the proposed hill, but
said, however. In would not be Birpriaed
al such a bill
A lII.OVA TO THE Ml GITA HY.
Gov. Candler W ill Ant Rfrsmnirntl a
Atlanta, Oct. 19,—1f Ihe Iseglslature
follows Gov. Candler's recommendation
toward Ihe slate troops. Ihe appropria
tion of will not be Increased next
year The Governor statist this morning
that he thought 130.000 wus enough for
the troop* and he would ask for no
more. This will he n disappointment lo
some of the military men In the stai".
who were counting on the Governor*
asking for u larger appropriation.
The Governor also stated he wanted no
more state encampments as they tended
to demoralise thl militia, and that jher*
Wa* always predju.ll e against the troops
when there were encampments. Several
officer:: of the state troop* have been
making an effort to have the appropria
tion Increased, but the Governor's recom
mendation will prove a knockout blow
If It followed.
The Governor Is In favor of regimental
encampment*. but at those encampments
the members of the regiments have to
bear the expense.
W 11.1. HE t’OI HT-M VHTI AGUE
Charges Against Watt and Huff to
He Thoroughly •‘tried.
Atlanta. Od. 19.—Lieut. Seney Watt and
Bergl. P. H fluff of the Klfth Hegtmenl
are under charges from Col. Woodward,
and they will probably be court-martialed.
Adjutant General Byrd has the charges
ond h will confer with the Governor
concerning them to-morrow.
The charges against Lieut. Watt are
falling to quell disorder, drinking, profan
ity. ond conduct unbecoming un officer.
The charges ugalnat Hergt. Huff are
drunkenness, rioting, profanity, w* show
ing propei n spsot for .1 ranking 1 •
nnd conduct unbecoming a gentleman
Military authorities say the charges will
be sifted to the liotlom. os they are deter
mined to put an end to .the breaches of
discipline among the state troop*.
AEW AAV A L TIHE* OOMIMAY.
Savannah Interests In a Aew Con
rrr nt IV u turn In.
Pensacola. Fla , Od. 19 -Tbe oreantga
4ion of the I'nlon Naval Stores Company
1* announced here. It |* incorporate.)
with a capital stock of poo.ono The stock
holders are J. W. Wade and E C.
Hughe* of Mobile. T A Jennings of
Tampa. Carl ,\(oller of Pensacola, and J
K. C Myers of.Mavannah. It Is reported
that the new company will absorb A. M
Moses A Cos., who own acre* of land
In Florida and Alabama. 773 turpentine
■tills and other property contingent 1 here
Collecting Hack Tasrs.
Atlanta, Oct. 19—Controller General
Wrlghl to-day made public the statement
that the state ha* *0 far receive ! 131,19.! 57
In back taxes rollrcled fiom express, tele
graph and telephone companies and build
ing and loan associations under the decis
ion rendered by the Supreme Court Iri
February last. The Controller also *>■
as much more Is yet to be colleded. mak
ing over Mn.ooo m a ll that the state will
receive from this source.
Hobson to He Atlanta's Guest.
Atlanta. Oct 19—Lieut Hobson will at
tend the Interstate Fair on Monday in
company with Geri Joe Wheeler. The dis
tinguished naval officer will arrive Sun
day from Montgomery. Ala., ond will be
the guest of Atlanta and the managers
of the fair during the exercises of the
following day. Gov Candler last night
oent a telegram to Lieut Hobson, asking
him to be present. He replied to-day ac
cepting (he Invitation
Plan* for Matnnnuh'* Hrpnt.
Atlanta. Oct. 19-Plans for the new
depot In Savannah will be received to
morrow by W W. Ma kati, president of
the I'nton Depot Company. Engineer*
from all parts of the country will submit
Pile* Cared Without the Knife.
Itching. Blind Bleeding or Protiuding
piles. Your druggist will refund your
money If Paso Ointment falls to cure you
k to cent*,—ad.
"Strike tor Your Altars
and Your Fires. ”
Patriotism is always com
mendable. but in every breast
there should he not only the
desire to he a good citizen,
but to be strong* able bodied
and well fitted for the battle
of life. To do this. pure
blood is absolutely neces
sary, and Hood's Sarsapa
rilla is the one specific which
cleanses the blood thorough
ly. It acts egually well for
both sexes and all ages.
Humor " When I netd J blood puri
fier I take find"s Sarsjp.tr, Ui. h cured
my humor and is excellent as a nemtt
tonic." /osif Eaton. Stafford Springs. Ct.
a i}f a /^ ri 3
Ht. 0.1. Fils if *** ' !!• irrttaUag n4
only rtlirttc Uk- *th n*fip*riny
f’AtCJHT fUIOIIT ON TOTTON.
I>ulilln v |*-r if In for nn Ihr Wrong
of Ihr MnrltH—llllirr Mnilrr*.
Dublin. O i Oft 19 ral rul>ln
• md i I * rot.*Merab i Mini
of money In oiian future*. It I ‘
ihttt on* <lilam i*< out m ln*t *n
olhrr fR.BRti, ;po!hv ll.Oflo, anti other- l
anviutii* rtngl frSn $W to 13000 If the
market dor# noi go tnir k to retrieve thrm
they will lose a* 11 they hav# up, One f> t
buyer ha* conalderghle cotton on ha <1
of which la a lo* to him of 17 pe.
The two-year-old non of Sheriff K. K
Hl* kh wan badly Injured yexteMay by
being run over by a runaway i Mir ol
horse*. The left |* g of ihe child wa* hol
ly crushed. Hr*. It 11. St irky, t'hail a
lli< k anl E. L. Kaker gave It mefllc.il Ml
tent ion and took out M-veral bone* which
were badly broken The hora e wer-* th*-
carriage nam of Mr J. I) Smith Mu
Smith had Just aligh<et fr>m the carrl ge
when they da#hed a way. Mi#. Smith nar
rowly eacapad Injury alao. The home had
broken locmm’ from the carriage wiien the
child waa struck.
Mr T. 11. Overby ha# dl*|>o#ed of hi#
Interest in the Afro-American Life Inaur
anc** Society an 1 ri aigned a* manager.
Mr E. E. Storm aucceel.> to the oftl* ♦
of manager, and will pu#h the comtMinv
Mr Overbey will engag* In other line# of
The buslneta men of Duhltn desire tliat
appioprlate for the Oco
ne river, an Ia petition will lw #ent it*
aaklng that am tint. Hon. ftufu# E !.•
ter. congit-fin n from the First dlstrlcl.
will be asked *o a*si#t Congressman
Brantley In getting the nppropiiatl*/ti Col.
Lester 1* recognlxe*! a* on*- of the able#*
m*mber# of Congress, and his influence
I# * specially desired
Yesterday J. N Leonard, a white rmn
who moved to Dublin *• year r two hk *
from Mliledgevllie. was • onvlcted in the
City Court of I*auren* county of
the Illegal ule of
tng liquors, and wa# flne*i by Judge John
9 Adams. SSOO nnd coat. Leonard plead
ed not guilty to the charge. He admitted
thnt he sold champagne cider hut con
tended that It wa* not Intoxicating It
wa# proved that the wtuff eold by Leonurd
as cider, was nothing but lager beer. The
Jury recommended that extreme tneroy
Im* shown Leonard, hut Jixlge Adnm# dis
regarded Ihe re<onmenda:lon. Ijeonard
waa unable to pay the fine, and Is In
Jail. A number of other blind tiger keef
er? were to be tried ut this term of the
court, hut the fate of fjeonard was too
much for them, nnd they skipped. Their
tmnde were forfeitev!
It tiHtieena#*'< rtMincdthat Corporal Os
car Crump, who was reported * having
been captured by the Filipino*. I* alive
and well with Company K. Twenty-ninth
I’ 8. V 8.. ut Laguana Lamar. P I The
Informntion wa# obtalneil by t*ongre#e
man W. G Brantley nnd was a relief to
Ills relative# and friend* here.
A piece of steel was cut from the arm
•if Mr M It Rachfl* a day or two since
that ha# been Imbedded in the fle#h for
The fifteenth artesian well for Dublin
will be bored on the public school lot In
a few days
, WANT?* PAY FOR lit #ll% NIL
lie Was Taken Into the Wood* and
L> netted by a Mob.
Columbia. 8. C.. Oct. 19.—Two year*
ago Luthi Hulllvan and Jim McKee, ne
groes, assassinated it white man named
Atkinson In Edgefield county. The ne
groes were captured and “loaf in th
woods.** Now ih** widow of McKee i
preparing to bring suit ug.n*t the county
for $2,000 which, under th* Cop#tituMon
he l# allowed to* recover from the county
-if a Jury will give It The i3*u'<#iitfitiiM
for which thc.-e men ware lynched, wa#
cold-blood* and and deliberate.
TO Cl RH % GILD IN ONE p%Y.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet*.
All druggist# refund the money If It falls
to cure. K W Grove's signature Is on
each box 25c.—ad.
W. %V. ON HON UK CM 11.
At a meeting of the \V. \V. Osborne
Adminlstrsl>n Club held at Duffy Street
Hall l#t night the following ofllcer* were
elected: F M Cornwell. President; L II
Ki'nii, Vlce-PrerbWnt; I* J Winter#. Sec
retary ; J. J. I’lim.m. Treasurer. Would
m!>o state for the benefit of the in* rnb r>
*>f the W. W. Osborne Administration
Club that It haa never consolidated with
any other club.
F. M. CORNWELL. President
I*. J. Winters, Hccretury.
fo be entitled an act to abolish the grand
Jury in the City Court of Savannah, and
for other purposes.
IN T*K ItKATI
At stall* 7 and % m*irk*t you will find
everything nice in steak*, roasts, poultry.
Nice lamb, freh pork. If you can’t come
phone us 1173.
BCOTT A DAVIS.
f\ 8 —Remember we hav*- hralms tripe,
sweet bread Haulages. 4
••%* FINE MEATS MERE %* ANY*
\% lir.Ri: ELSE IN THE COl NTM % .*•
The above expression 1* often heard
from visitors and others after seeing the
meat* that I offer at my stall# In the
City Market. To-day Prime lleef, Mut
ton, Lamb and Veal. Pork. Matchless
Corned Beef. etc.
Both phone* L>7. JOHN FUNK.
ASH AND CYPRESS LI NIIKK FOR
UO.OOO feet of ash. suitable for wheel
wrights. carriage makers, car works and
interior houre ft*.tab. Also cypress lumber
of all sixes We have resume 1 cutting
our famous brands of cypres# shingles
and will soon have a full line of them for
sale. YALE ROYAL MFG. CO.
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1900.
H %VI %t % N Ol T ON ROND.
He Hast Declared His Intention of
RHlltttf Three Men.
Columbia. 8 C . <>rt 19 —There Is sur
prise and um.ißlm-* in some section# of
Anderson county. b*-owuae Singleton Mo
ll,toah. who kill'd George M- Kinney, ha*
been liberated on $1.4)0 bond. Evidence
given before th* coriser'# Jury wa# to the
• ffe t that M Intosh bad made state,
media before th* killing of McKinney
that he projMiMd t kl.i thre. men Mc-
Kinney wa# one of those h** n.imwl. an*i
now the other two are feeling ura-omf >r
t a ole.
Several yeairs ago M lrito*t klliea) W.
Newby, who w** hi# gue#t at the time
He wa# pardoned after serving . abort
time in the penitentiary Those who
know him well #eem to think that In hi*
prtwent frame of mind it would hav.
been *af*r to have kepi Mclntosh In Jai!
till his trial.
TO COLLECT BUK T%XB9.
< nliiniliin \\ 111 tet nit \dilltlon to
Columbia. 8 C.. Oct. 19—There will I>e
consternation In many to-morrow
when T T Talley, cpy clerk, will place
n the hands of Sheriff Coleman ex* u
tlons for the roller Mon of delinquent city
taxes These ex( utions will cover hark
X'H from up to nnd Including 1989
iml ther eare about l,3o*Th to Hr nerved.
Tlr total amount of takes not '•oiltctwl In
• fiit HffM wili mitjili | "• I hi'
a mount. Indeed, will be a welrom** addition
t it the funds In fh- ly treasury, where 8
i* ne* and. These -x* -utions do not cover
l#ack tax*# prior to IWM for th- reason that
the illy had no lien prior to 'ha' tlm*
and dellnquenre* up to !>!M • ould now Ij*
• oil. ud only by taw*u< Bheriff Cob
man hs Just taken charge of his offb'e
M“ say# the duty I# unpbaaant, but he
will collect the tax> or sell tne property.
HOMICIHE IN L% I HEN #.
"More Proprletor #ht and Killed n
Columbia. 8 C. Oct 19—In lAurene to
day while the court of session* was open
a homicide was committed on the public
square, which was full of people, and
within a few feet of the court house
at**p Wade II Goalfrcd, proprietor of
the Ben Hive store bad a quarrel with
a negro laborer They cam to blows,
and Qodfred drew' a pistol and shot the
negro The affair rsuiel considerable ex
citement for a while.
A Strong Fortification.
Fortify the body against disease
by Tutt’s Liver Pills, an abso
lute cure for sftk headache, dys
pepsia, sour stomach, malaria,
constipation, jaundice, bilious
ness and all kindred troubles.
“The Fly-Wheel of Life”
Dr.Tutt; Your Liver Pills are
thr* fly-wheel of life. I shall ever
be grateful for the accident that
brought them to my notice. I feel
as if I had anew lease of life.
J. Fatrleigh, Platte Cannon, CoL
Tutt’s Liver Pills
CANON— Dlml. Oct. It. 730 a. m . ut
Guyton. Gladys. . Most daughter of Jam..
8 and Eva O. Canon, interment Guyton
WAV A A A All Mini *TRIAL IMIM'IA
A meeting of the association will be hell
it Mcnqiolltan Hall, northeosi corner oi
tVhlisker and Presklent street*, on M'Ht
-biy night. 22f| test., at 9:15 o'clock. It Is
important lliat every m.mkr shou.d tie
present. All cPtsenu Interested In 'h
work of (he aeuo.-iatlon arc Invited to at
tend. By order of
J tl KSTILL, President
G. .ARTHUR GORDON. Secretary
M l t Itl lAOTICBg.
MtVV HOODS JUT ARRIVED.
New California Prune*, large. 5c lb.
New Jordan Six lid Almond* fete lb.
New Evaporated Apricots 13c lb.
New Dried Peeled Peaches 15c lb.
New Dried Figs only 15c lb.
N. *• Pineapple Cheese 59c each
New Early June P'-u* (extras) pie can
New- Baby Corn two for 25c. •
We have a full supply of Columbia River
Salmon—loc. 12H>- nml 15c per can.
S trtllnee. t, boxes. It fish to box. 25c
New Mnpln Syrup, quart*. li.ilf gallon*
un I gallon*.
Try our Syrup In quart canj, to,-
New* No. 1 Mackerel 15c, two for 25c.
New Crdftsh 10- p< r package. thre pack
age- for 25
9 cakes Octagon 8 ap and Bottle Blue to,
7 coke* C lr, us Soap and Bottle Blue 25c.
New Evaporated Apple* 10c package.
Gelatine 7 <• package, four packages for 25c.
Cox's Gelatine 15c package.
Keystone Hl.ver Gelatine 10c pa kaoc.
FANCY FRESH FRUIT.
Extra fine Indian River Navel Orange*.
first of the season (sweet).
Fine Florida Oranges 3<v doxen.
Fancy King Apples for table use.
Our Apple*. 5e quart, are tine.
Fancy Malaga Grapes and Bananas
Exits fine Plnespph s Ise each.
Fresh Celery and Tomatoes.
Delaware, Niagara on 1 Concord Grapes,
In small basket*. 15c.
C. A. DRAYTON GROCERY COMPANY,
G 8. Vjn Horne. Manager.
TIIE HO Alt DEM a AT ( HAWOH.
The boarder* a’ .Chang's San Franclaco
Restaurant, 111 Drayton street, are get
ting thicker They get a Jam up meat
atxl when the) buy tickets they live
cheaper than at home. Everything Is
clean. Meals to order.
CHANG 8 RESTAURANT.
114 Drayton street.
Rtcefleld Lamb, lutclou* steaks. Juicy
roasts, tender rttickons. fat turkey*, freah
vegetables, npc fruit. Al) ready to go at
any moment. My wngen goes >our way
M S GARDNER,
Phone* 675. Wayne and Whitaker.
JOYCE’S MAI S.AUE9.
I am making try famous sausage* now
The okl-ttme kind—made the old wav—
grandma suusages You want them if
vou want a good thing. Semi In order*
for ail the best locals, fruit* and vegeta
ble* Phone* l’tr. JAB J JOYCE.
P. 8 Remember that famous Java Cof
fee. Nobody handles It but Joyce. Fretfc
grocetle*. Buckwheat and Maple Syrup
Alt persona are hereby cautioned against
harboring or trusting any of the rrew of
the British ale unship Hurwurth, Gal
braith. master, fr- m Newcartb-on-Tyna,
as no debta of fhelr contracting will be
pakl by master, owners or by
W. W, wiLot-’N. Ajeot, coniijaec.
STARTS WITH A COLD,
alarrb la a l.lax-rlai C,M W hlrh
Hrtaara lo 9 laid • (IrHlnnrr Trrat
<’aarrh <ually atari* with a cold In
th- !>• ut ail If left twcherked in this
donate, rarely xeia well of tt-.lf.
Aa freah rokl ia taken t,e dl-eaae
ap'eada, k-ltlil* ileeper anil 1, |<er.
tm aloni; th- miieou* m'mtiriuie* from
noae to throat, from throw’ to windpipe
from wimt|il|ia to hronchial lute, and from
lit, n> hint lulie* to iunk cella
The tnu-oua m- mbrane. all rontiwt on
with another It-noa It ta < <y pre.,d
from one pari to another ltn t wl’h till,
m’-mhr.ine Tht* I- whv eatarrh tn
ihe head <*>” a IT* it* the throul amt ttnal
l) the MMM h Mm If, brliiKliHt on rhronti
, aiairh . f t.ie atomach. which I, the mu,t
obaflnate form of dyapepala.
Everybody la now well arreed that ca
tarrh la a blood dlaeaar and not a kx*al
one. and th'- attempt to cure by .Oval ap
p]!<u(ton aimply klve temporary relief
from th- purely local aymptoma without
the remote*! effects tn ataytnif the pro
are** of the dlaeaae.
There I* anew preparation recently of
fered to the public that I* apparently
destined to do away with every other form
of eatarrh treatment.
Tht* new remedy I* not it secret patent
medicine, but la a larae, pbwaant tastin*
’ablet composed of SauKUlnarta. Eucalyp
tol, Oualaeol. Hydrastln and other valua
ble and harmless aia rlftc*. which art
taken Internolly and reem to have a re
markably bene (trial effect upon tho blood
.irsl mucous membrane*. apparently
• IlminatlnK the catarrhal poison from the
These t ablet * while helna pleasant, con
venient anti absolutely safe to use have
m i lo • urea In lon* atantlln* case* of ea
tarth that are little ahort of marvelotia.
They ro sold by druggltls under name
of Stuarl'a fatal rh Tabl'd*, sol any c.v
tarrh atitr.Ter who ha. trlfd Inhaler*. !o
ttona, otntmen’a. aalvea, tic. and realiie 1
their Inconvenience and ua'leaanesa, wtil
fully appreciate the difference between
x mere palliative and a permanent cure
fter Rlvlnir Stuart’* Catarrh Tablets an
All druggists soil thm at SO cent* for
full ailed iMckagc and no matter where
the catarrh t* located. In the h-ad. thrott.
lung or stomach, Stuart's t’atarrh Tab
let* will surprise you with the effective
results of even a few days use.
MKNTAUBAYT AND OYSTER IIOI'SE,
111 Canirrii Street. West.
Illnr Folnt, Rorltsnsr nnd Native
Oysters tn nil styles.
AND (I AME OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON
DINING BOOMS UPSTAIRS.
Ft ULISHBD FOR INFORM ATION.
City of Savannah. 1
Office Clerk of Council.
Oct. 19, 1909.
The following resolution adopted at a
meeting of Council, held on th- evening
of the 17th Inst , la herewith published for
the Information of all concerned:
By Alderman Dtxon—
Resolved by the Mayor and Aldermen
of the city of onvunnah In Council as
sembled. That the ordinance for the re
naming of streets aoujh of Anderson
street be published for information and
that Council Invites an expression of the
views und wishes of the rlttgena of Sa
vannah, und particularly of those
residing south of And*f*on street,
or owning property In this sec
tion. concerning the wisdom and ex
pediency of the ordinance, those views to
be expressed by petition or other written
ommunlcHtlon. or orally, at the next
meeting of Council, at which time the
ordinance will be read on Its passage.
An ordinance to re-name the streets tn
the city of Savannah south of Ander
Section 1. Be ft ordained by the Msivot
and Aldermen of the city of Savannah
In Council sssemhAed, concerning the
streets in the city of Savannah south o,
Anderson street that hereafter First and
St. James street' shall be known as
Second, (itltoti and flt Paul street*
shall be hereafter known ns Thirty
Third. Grapevine, West Third and 8t
Nicholas streets -lull be hereafter known
a* Thirty-third street.
Fourth, Blsmark, West Fourth and St
John streets shall be hereafter known s*
Fifth. Sarah. Wilder. West Fifth, St
Michael und Brady streets shall be here
after known as Thirty-fifth street
Sixth, Willow, West Sixth and Sr.
Thoma* streets shsll be hereafter known
a* Thirty-sixth street.
Seventh and East Seventh streets shall
be hereafter known as Thirty-seventh
Eighth. Center. James nnd East Eighth
streets shall be hereafter known a*
Ninth and East Ninth streets shall be
Ire hereafter known as Forty-second
Tenth. Churrh and latet Tenth street*
shall be hereafter known as Fortieth
Eleventh and limr streets (or avenuet
shall he hereafter known as Forty-first
Twelfth nnd South avenue streets shall
hereifter known as Forty-second atreet.
Sec 2. Be It further ordained, that all
ordinance* and parts of ordtnancea In
conflict with thia ordinance are hereby
repealed. WM P BAILEY,
Clsrk of Council.
The schedule Is changed for Buwanee
Springs. You esn leave Savannah, via
riant System, at 9 a. m . arrive at Ihe
Springs at 12.30 p. m. This schedule ia
good for every day In the week.
RICE MILLING, RICE FLOUR, HIUE
We have anew miil with all modern
processes, and machinery, and are now
ready for business. We solicit your pat
ronage and Invits correspondence; Doe
chaff free to patrons.
THE SAVANNAH RICE MILL. 00..
T M Cunningham. President.
John Screven. Jr.. Manager.
Alt bills against the British steamship
Empress must be presented at our oDlce
before 12 o'clock noon this day. Oct. SO.
1900, or payment will be debarred.
iIAKN.UO’ * CO., Agent*.
PALMER HARDWARE CO.,
Railroad and Mill Supplies, Rubber Belting
Builders’ and General Hardware, Cutlery*
(*ii ns, Rifls, Pistols and Ammunition.
Rope, Tinware, Stoves.
Fairbanks' Scales. Austin's Crack Shot Powder.
ACtna Dynamite, Fuse and Caps.
EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES SLOO,
that others charge $2.50.
Save your life,’save a trip to Hot Springs, by taking
Cures when all remedies fail.
Hull and Congress. Branch .109 Bull St.
Phones 29.1. Phones .182.
FRID AY AND SATURDAY.
New Prune* per pound sc.
Evaportted Apples 3 pounds for Sic.
Evaporate! Apricots per pound 13c.
Evaporated Peaches per pound 10c.
New Figs per pound IS* .
New Currant* per package 19c.
ttardlnr* in lemon juice per tan 39c. <
1,.1b cans Deviled Ham per can 10c.
3-lb. can* Trip* per can lie.
Fulton Market Corned alleef. In extra
fancy cuts. Just Iti.
1- Jar* Chip Beef 25c.
Mwtard Dressing In bottles 25c.
i,-lb. cans Mustard only 10c.
3-lb. cans peaches (Tablet 10c.
(juart earn Syrup only 10c.
Wine Flnvored Jellies p irkage 10c.
7 pounds Oatmeal for 23c.
2- package Oatmeal for 10c
Cheese Cracker* per package 15c.
Saratoga Chip* per pouti.l 25c.
Maple Sugar per pound 15c.
Florida Oronge* per do*en Uo.
Delaware Grape* per basket 20c.
Niagara Grape* per basket 20c.
Fancy King Apple*
Banana* Lime* ar.d Lemons.
JOHN T EVANS te CO..
Congress and Barnard street*.
HHRI M ITIdl.
Jar W Ja kton, f’avannah. Oa.. June
. 1591. exy*:
"From a personal xprtence I can say
that your springs offtr a cure for rhep
matl-m I arrived at Suwanee n-very alck
man Ir.d* cd. tiarely being able to move or
lift my arm To lift my hand* a* high
as my shoukters w.if as absolute tmpos-
Abtllty. After a stay of a few day* over
one week, and. os usual, passing what you
term the 'ert*!*,’ I returned to Savannah
very much Improved In heilth. Every
since my return home I have contlnusd
to Improve, and am now entirely free from
any sign* of rheumatism I consider that
your water* were Instrumental tn effect
ing my cure, and can cheerfully recom
mend any one suffering from rheumattem
to give Suwanee a thotough and complete
Camilla. Oa . Oct. 17. IW
Mr. Andrew Hanley. Jr . Suwanee, Fla
Deor Sir—l’lease send one of your
little book* to Mr. Dink I’erry. Newton,
Oa. The water has male some wonderful
cure* here, Y'our friend,
T. W Bit IM BKKIt Y. ,
We are now moving our Wholesale De
partment to Ihe commodious quarters 127
C,ingress street (formerly occupied by M
Dryfus. and will b in perfeot shape tn
a few days, and be pleased to serve our
City of Savannah.
Office Clerk of Council,
Oct. I*. ItkO
A vacancy having oc. urred among the
city phy*l<lan by reason of the resigna
tion of Hr M H la-vl of the Second Dis
trict. notice !* hereby given that an elec
tion will be hekl at the next regular
meeting of Council, to lot hekl on Oc’.
31. at 9 p m.. to fill the unexptred term
caused by the eakl resignation
All applications to be filed with the
Clerk of Council ut or lie fore 12 m. or
the 31st Inst. ,
WM r. BAILEY.
Clerk of Council.
HECK MANN'S CAFE,
Chef Tresvau commence* to-day
to serve his well known Merchants'
Lunch from 11:30 to 2p. nt. Old and
new customers are cordially in
vited. Also bill of fare a U carte.
Importer Wuerihiiiget llo< llrau.
TUI. WAA TO CLEAN CAIU'LTS.
Th* only way to get your carpets prop
arly taken up, < loaned and taken cor* of
f, r tha aumn.er I* to turn th# Job ovtr lo
the Dtatrlct M-oa-ng r and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2. or call at 32 Montgomery
street, and thay will make you an esti
mate on th* cost of th* work. Prtoas
rwisonable They also park, move and
store furniture and pianos
C. H. MEDLOCK. Supl. and Mgr.
By the American Bonding and Truat
company of ltoltlmors. VV• ore author
ised to execut- locally (ln:m. dtately upon
application), ait ’bonds In pro
ceedings In either Ihs state or United
B ates court*, and of admlnlsiiatura and
guard! > ns
DFARINO A HULL Ag*r.ta
Telaph' ns 91. Provident Building
FAhl V AMI HR-PKE9IRII RHICK.
We manufactur* and sell all kinds of
fan, y and re-praeawl brick paving and
building brick*. Our common brick are
the ta*t for building puipoea*. being
larger than other kiln* make, and cheap
,r. the samp a- and prices
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO..
Congress and Drayton *'r* ta
ot n CLIENTS
Loan money at six per cnt. on real
BECKETT A BECKETT.
Attorneys at Law and Cocvcyancera
A Alt SEME NTS.
gnvaninhh t Hua rgg.
Friday and Batunlay night* amt Fitur-
Mttlnee, Oct. 19 and 3>.
Engagement of MK CHARLES B.
Arrnmpnnbd by MlftS MARIK DROF
NAH. and .1 ppienvlid #iipporting com
pnny, pnfnting *: new romantic comedy
dram;* by L* e Arthur.
“PRIVATE JOHN ALLEN "
A story ot th. South, faertnating by
Interes ting de. p heart Interest, clever
i-omely. strong situation*, thrilling eli
, maxes, positively an . labor it,- scenic
iwoducllon. entirely new an.l appropriate
to the atmosphere of the p ay
Heat* on salt. Prices—2sc. :<oc. 75c. It.
Matinee, orchestra. 75c; balcony. 30c.
in sines* noTicea.
We purchase rice from the pro
ducer*. In very large quantllle*.
No middlemen's ptoflis to be ud ie*L
Our customer* get the benefit. We
4c lb., 60c peck.
5c lb.. 75c peck.
6c lb„ 90c peck.
Compare this rice with that of
fered elsewhere and you will np
pre< late the. bargaiu we offer.
K l 11. lin CD.,
Corner Broughton and Whitaker.
We Carry a Full
Line in Stock.
HENRY SOLOMON & SON,
Buy and JolTernon Stre- ts.
n ONLY THE nr.AT GINGER ALE.
Ths best ta th* Whaoler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger .VJ . made by Wheeler A Cos.,
ol Belfast. Ireland. Horn the celebrate,)
I rollon Springs of mat city. Tbas#
spring* are the property ot Wheeler A
Cos., bene# no other Ginger Ale manufac
turer tn Ireland hue those water* but
themselves. The Wheekr Olnger Ale Is
nwd>- from pure Jamaica Ginger Root and
not from Red Pepper, as others are; ona
Is deleterious—the other I* a tonic.
For .Tealthfulneaa and Purity the cele
brated Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ale D tbe best.
■ole Southern Agents. Savannah. Oa.
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SAVANNAH FOUNDRY AND M ACIHNE
Builder* of Marine and Stationery Uolieri,
will furnish eatlmataa on new work In
competition with Northern aod Western
Repair work on Engines and Bollora
HE MIA ATING—MATTIIESSEB— HENO.
llalr. moss, tickings, liber, feather*
Our stock of new material and manufac
turing products are up to dale. Our reno
vating and remaking has delighted many
prominent resident*. Ask your acquaint
ance*. Material sent us I* picked, steamed,
cleaned und medicated by modem ma
chine! y. Making done by mechanic*. Wc
confine our work to mattresses and bed
ding generally. We sett tickings of all
kinds, most. hair, cotton, fiber, feather*,
or any article needed In mattress line.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
Hell Phone IIX. 35! Drayton atreet
Neither Ihe master nor consignees! of
the British steamship Winifred, Thos.
(Tark. master, will be responsible for any
debta contracted by rrew of sakl vernal.
J- F MINIS A CO.. Consignee*.
Neither 'he master nor consigns** of
the Norwegian *tamshlp Sanaa. Wahl
berg, maater, will be responsible for any
debts contracted by crew of said vessel.
and, t\ SIUUS A CO.. < 'cn*i|nr* .
LEOPOLD ADLfch. jno R t , n . ~
C. S ELLIS. BARRON c.iL-
Vlee Prealdoat. Asst, c, .
The Chatham Bank
Will be pleased lo receive the a e
of Merchant. Firms. ltultviduaU 1
and Corpora t lona •‘“*4
Liberal favor* extended
Unsurpassed collection facllliim lr*,.
tng prompt relume.
INTEHKhT (OMPOUNDED ."l AIUI, H .
I.Y ON DEIDHT*.
Pafety Deposit Boxes end Vaults
rent Correspondence solicited
Tiie Citizens Sk
UF SAt ANN AM.
i kvsus, aaakiu.
•allaila Aaea.au mt lagUMulg
Kenfcsata, Hoaka sag *tk*r Largo,
Collections lisa4l eg with safety
"“•■I and dlopatah.
latrreet Mospnaaded gaarterly
allowed Ol depaslu la ,*, Savlan
•alety Mopo.tt | (( _
BRANTLEY A DFx„ AHK. Fre.,d..h
MiLLN B. LA NR. vie* Feo^., t
6RORGR C. FRF.RMAN. Caohler.
GORDON L GROOVER, Aaat Cos oh 100,
ot the buiu ot Gcsor^UA.
Surplus and undivided profits sto; Otc
DEFOSITOUY OF IHE STATE sJV
Superior facllutee lur uansacttng a
General Ranging liustnes,
CoUactions made un ail pulnta
"• • ,i' tiin'ugh t*.i,k- and banker*.
A* 'Udl.ls ul Eui.k*. b.1.k1,:. it. i t ,
und others aolkAtod. dafu Deposit Buses
Department of Bavtnga. Interest payable
Bells Sterling Exchange on London a
JOHN FLANNERY. President
HORACE A CItANE. Vice President
JAMES SULLIVAN c*hie r .
JNO. FLANNERY. WM W. GORDON
E. A. WEIL W W. GORDON Jr.
H. A CRANE. JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROY MTER9. JOSEPH FERST
H P SMART. CHARLES ET.l.ia
EDWARD KELLT. JOHN J KIRBT
• —— 1 ■ ■ ■
Accounts of banka merchant*, corpora
tions and Individuals aulicitadi
Savings Depaiuntnt, interest paid
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaults foe
Collections mala oo on points at rea
Drafts sold on all the chief cities of tbe
JOSEPH D WEED. President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice President.
W. F. McCAULEY. Cashier
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided profits fcu.uuu
This batik offers its services to corpora
tions, merchants and Kkllvtdnala.
11a* authority to act ns executor, ad
ministrator. guardian etc.
Irau'O drafts on the principal cities tn
Great Britain and It eland and on the
Inter at paid or compounded quarterly
on dep sits In th* Savings Department.
Paf, ty lioxe* for rent
HENRY BLCN. President.
GEO. W TIEDEMAN. Vice Pres deot
JOHN M IK)GAN. Cashier
WALTER r. HOGAN. As*’ Cashier.
No imo. Chartered, iml
MAC Nil lit
CAPITAL. ICO ,eOA SURPLUS, 1100.0A
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
J A. G. ' ARSON. I'rs tdGL
BEIRNE tiriRIXlN. Vi e I’rcaldenL
W. M. DAVANT, Caohler.
Accounts of t'Si'k* and backer*. mr
ehams and eoriorstlona received up a
the moat favorable b rm* conalstent with
safe and eons-rvs'lve banking
THE GEORGIA STATE
B l ILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
15 YORK STREET. WEST.
5 TER CENT, per annum nllowed on
dc|g>slts. withdrawable on demand.
Interest credited quarterly
6PE!t CENT, per annum allowed on
deposits of even hundred*, withdraw
able at annual periods.
GEt>. W. TIEDEMAN. President.
B. H. LEVY, vice I’resjdent.
E. W. BELL Secretary.
C. C. ANDERSON. JR . Treasurer
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Cos.
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms.
To teoif Pliste.
For sale, a Forsallh Newspaper Folder,
will fold Short 2. xL. It Is In good order
Price 5100 It coat orlgmaßy fl.Wd. bul
we have nu use for It and want ths room
It will bo an Inraluable adjunct a*f
newspaper utSes |
OLD NEWIPAPEMi 900 for S3 cent* *
Buainaga Olfico Murtung Nrwa a