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LEGISLATURE IS ORGANIZED.
,\OHTII GEORGIA. I < TOOK
AM. Till: ni l'll I*.
Powrr't \|ipral Un> iHtifilnl.
Kvrn flic r.iilllon n( ItolirkMpiT
ut Ihe lluuar • Hefneed nnlll
Uaorila-llrlur Due lu the < nurus
Yliadc It Nerrssary to I'MatlHtar thr
Heading of !!•• Governor's
1 Bill To-day.
Atlanta. Gw , oct 24—The session of
Oeortß* of I*Ml convened
Bt th* cp '"l this toon trig at 10 o'clock
The organtxatlon of t>th hou.e* orr-u
--pled <*nsid<r*hl< time nnd when the time
for receiving th<- .annual message of Oov.
Candler arrived, it wua 1 o'clock, making
~ ,i. y ... |. i|K.rc the melting until
to-mnrr jt 11 o'clock
Tn delay was < need hy s caucus of the
flout> of lle|>rraetrt!iMve which convene 1
at # o clock
When the organ lint lon ws completed
the following were the officer* chosen
President of the flcnati ■ t lark 1 low ell
of Fulton, m rilary. Ch.irle* fl Northern
of Fulton, ire- irr.t pro trm Roland Fi
ll* of nihb. m- • ns-r. Flynn Hargett,
doorkeeper. MuJ. \Vll*on.
Speaker of the House. John P. Little
of Miticogee, rpi.iker pro tern. N. A
Morn* of Cobh, clerk. J hn T Bolfeulllett
of Hlhb. messenger F It. Durham of
Bartow, doorkeeper. J H Williford of
The "Bticu* of th- Ilou*e *i held for
the purpose of eliminating ’he vote of
eight Populist* and four Republican m- m- ,
A O Bhtlock of Fayette, chairman of
the Caucua Committee, alle-l the caucua
to order On motion he wa* made chair
man of the meeting and John T Bolfeull
lett of Ilihk aecrotary John D Mltle of
Mua ogee *|\.iker of the taut House wa*
elected wltholw opposition.
North (iruraln Tank fherythlng.
The race for l|Mk*r pro tern wa* vary
rinse and not unßt the last few counties
had been called wA It known who would
win out North Georgia *" pittol
against South Georgia In the race, and
North Georgia aeon The candidate* were
Fhndrel Mitchell of Thome*, and N A
Morrl* of Cohb. The vote stood. Mortis
M Mitch ell 71
Four candidate* egitered the rare for
newernger of the House hut three of them
retired before thirty vote* had been rat
The reult of the election wa* that F B
Durham of Bartow wa* declared the win
In the contest for doorkeeper of the
Home C A Moore oppnwed J S Will
ford of Fayette Williford won hy a vote
of 1( to to It wa* at the beginning
of thla race that Byron Bower. Jr . of De
catur addre**ed the chair and stated that
all of the officer* elected had been from
North Georgia, and h. thought there
should be a division and e-tne of the
place* were due to South Georgian- It
wa.- the same kind of protest that Hon
Pope Harrow made at the *iate conven
tion In July but It had no effect.
After the caucus the oath of office was
administered to the m-ml-er*. and the
regular election of the nominee* wa* had
When the Senate was notified of the or
ganization of the Houie It wa* too late
to hear the Governor * m-a-age. anil a* ,
there I* no afternoon session, the read i
mg went over until to-morrow * *e**lon
Speaker John D Little announced the
appointment of Mr* T. R R Cobb a*
poatmt*tr*oa of the House Mrs Cobh I*
on Atlsntlsn and was cho-en **>l of twen
ty-three applicants for the pfcece
To Cat Dawn Bapensea.
No bills were Introduced In the House.
A resolution m> Introduced In th* ften
g.c by Senator Tatum of the Forty-fourth
asking that a committee of two from
the Senate sr.d five from the Ho-iec he
appointed to mike an Investigation re
garding the amount of money -pent hy
the secretary of the Senate and the rli-rk
of the House for clerical work
The law allows *7O a day lor
the secretary of the Senate.
Mr Tatum cun tend* that both the .th
clots spend too much money, and he wants
the e*p**iee cut down The resolution
was tabled It wu> the only feature o(
To-morrow after the rending of the mes
sage. the usual routine work will com
mence. and a flood of hill* la expected
The members of Legislature are consid
erably agitated over the question of con
structing anew depot on the property of
the state here, and It Is believed the nec
essary appropriation will be made
Representative Wight of Albany will
Introduce a bUI to-morrow to change the
system of Meeting Judges und solicitor*
from the vote of the people to that of the
fX>TTO* GEO OIL CONBIXC.
Mill Hen lief Tugrlhrr tn Arrange*
for Having Srrd.
CoiunnhM, S. C., Oct 24 —The cotton
•rad oil mill men of South Carolina hav
hHd a quiet meeting here, and formal
a little combination for their muttml
The business hoe grown foormounly in
the iw*t ten year*. Nineteen yearn ago
the Amt small mill was *• bilshed. now
there are fifty-seven mills and many of
them very large. They crush annually.
220.000 tons of aeed. and It Is how to g*t
the seed that the mill* are concerned
They have buyers on the road getting seed
at stations all over the state In many
Instances miila have been forced to buy
•eed a hundred miles away, and from
the territory of other mills. Freight
charges and price# have gone up
Th result of the conference le thit
the mills will all buy on a uniform basis,
getting the use of eetaollshed warehouses
and scales, and that the territory adja
cent to mills arid not be invnded by buy
ers from more distant mills. This will
tend to decrease competition and keep
will kin ixDßreaimsT.
Williams of Kershaw Will Kot
Abide by the I'rlnmn,
Columbia. P. C , Ovt. 24.—For the first
time since the Inauguration of the pri
mary system In this state. It seems as If
there is going to be a bolt. Despite the
fact that before a candidate Is allow <1
to participate In a primary he must give
a pledge (n writing U abide the result.
It seems that K. !'. Williams, sheriff of
Kershaw, who w.i defeated for re-elec
tion by J 8 Tranthm by a margin of
nineteen votes In tl.- >• < on l primary, will
run as an Independent.
Williams male a protest. The County
Executive Committee beard Ms evidence
and recounted the vote. There was noth
ing to change the result as first report
ed County Chairman Kirkitnd has Is
sued a cH to Democrats to look up their
registration certificate* and come to the
polls on election djr to rebuke the move
Two Will lit- To-morrow.
Columbia. S c Oct. 24.—The Governor
baa refused to nterfer# in the css#
" artu W \ t * Mi’or ‘irn to-gioe*
convicted of the nfsasslnatloci of 11. H
Paulllng, a white man. near Falmnth. Or.
angeburg counts, Dec. |7. I*9. Mr nog
efforts were made to hive the sentences
commuted The men will be hanged Fri
TO n Hb % < o|,D IN ONKC DAY.
Take Laxative liromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggiH* refund the money If It falls
to cure K W Grove a signature Is on
gacti box. 2&..
** Great Haste is H.)t
Always Good Speed.**
cMany people trust to luck
to pull them through, and are
often disappointed. Do not
dilly-dally in matters of
health. With it you can
accomplish miracles. With
out it you are 44 no good.
Keep the liver, kidneys, bowel* and
blood healthy by the use of Hood's Sar
saparilla. the fault leas blood purifier
Dyspepsia I know n positive relief
for dyspepsia and that Is Hood's -ir*pa
ri llu. It cured me My neuralgia also
stopped." W. i> lULpaia. ltd Oak Street.
I) Ingham ton New York.
Tired Feellnif My appetite was
capricious, my liver disordered and I was
tired Hood * -ar-opsrtlla rvllered It all.
It cured a friend of mine of female weak
tie** Ms* Jr-*:* A Mia as*. Clayton. Del.
Ht> and • flJlirnn* Hyf* fit* on irntfttlnr
OF' t <*••)*'• *■*• W * M -vIS V *
U MIGHT HKI.O I’oit IIOMII ll)!l
\oqiik Mnti In Ulirr County .lull.
Ollirr \%ijrron Srmm.
\V*yrrni. (in., Oct 24 —John Wright,
a younir wlilt* in:#n. hi * t* ‘H plirwi !*•-
hlr*| *h* N#r of Wnr* cfMinty Jail, fhintwi
with th* killing of Mr. Hiram Jr.
wh'Kif lf kJ Uw|y foun* 1 in * yard l)Mr
Bwtftwa(r Church a few wgr.
Thla your* man • in<llct©<l by the
grand Jury of Coftce county, together with
a young nviii hy th* i ime of Carver.
Wright wa* arreittd, but o far Cwrver
has nr>* been upphhrndNt Wright d#**
nitt the fttrlou* charg> gin. t him.
Aivin who w.t i*hol a th#* rk*
mg #*nt#ri.lnm-nt of th* Jama* town
tkhool, by Rib* Fisher, *ll<l not real #o
w#ll 4*?t right, hut It I* thought, with
careful nursing he will pull through The
l*u |-aai**-*l through hi.- Wllkllilpr, wild
he certainly hod a clove call.
•Tulk*- Joseph \V Benn<4 ItolWitor
John W ntul i number of at
torncya, left here yesterday morning for
Trader*' Hill, where th** Superior Court
of Charlton county i.- Iteing heM
A ing ha* he**n called by Ic.nling
cltlrena for u meeting ot the new Bouth
ern Hotel to-morrow afternoon, to 'on
vid* r nxa’terH of Interest to the town.
It may he that a large menwntlle sto* k
• ompany will tie the outcome of the meet
tnkf md #ht with a capital PTOro ,r
$10"00rt. a large time store will be opened
In MRQtetkW wiih the evtlMl
♦ cotton market m Way. ross. which the
town has not enj*>ve*l heretofore. The
meeting will he h* Id nt % o’clock
FOHT VALI.KV'S KNITTING MILL.
Vandal In Mrlhodtat ( bereb-Cotton
In llonston fnnnty.
Fort Valley, Oa . Oct. 24 -Messrs H. A.
Mathew*. F O. Miller. J M Jone*. L
L Brown. A J Evan*. Claiste Fag in and
Dr M S Brown have aulwcrlhed tt<V)*i
for Ihe erection of a knitting mill here.
The subscript lons are cash. ..ml h* eoon
s* a site can be oele.-ted r.reperallons
for Ihe erection of th* building* will be
gin at once.
S>m, vandal entered the Mrihorliei
Church at thl* plave. and after stein,g
th* pendulum from th* clock, knifed < ne
of the b. sullful pulpit cushion chair* al
most beyond repair The people are high
ly incensed and If the perpetrator I* appre
hended no merry will be shown, bui he
will to- punish’d to the full extent of
While the farmers have received I very
satisfactory price tor their cotton thl* e. s
son. ns compared with the |,rLes pre
vailing for the pa?f three years, yet they
have not gone cotton crsxy, but. on the.
other hand, srtll plant more grain—espe
cially wheat—this fall than they did list
The farmer* of this section seem to
reallxe now -and for the first time In more
than a decade—that If they make coiton
the surplus crop tlvy aro assured of good
times, no mailer what the price for Ihe
fleecy staple may be
THE ANGLESEY' DIVORCE *1 IT.
It Has Occasioned Yin eh Interest In
Augusta. G.. Oct. 24.—The Associated
Press cable dispatch from I-nndon. Ocl
22, telling of the pending divorce suit be
tween the Marchioness of Anglesey and
her husband has o-ca--loned mu h com
ment tore, tne glrlhoed h*mo of the wn.
man who preceded the present Mar h.
tone In that till©. Bhe Is the daugh
ter of ftie Ist* John P. King, for thirty
year* United States senator from Georgia
und for many years president of th*
Georgia Railroad and Flanking Company.
It wus seventeen years ago when Mrs.
Minna W.xdhouse* then a widow, became
the Marchioness of Anglesey. The step
Incurred the displeasure of the Quern,
who r afier refused the Msrqitls recog.
•> Ir •. Gas Sip bad It a, th* ,
that this was not 10-cnusc the Qu.en ob
jected to the American alliance, blit be
cause the old Marquis, who had hern
twee married, was then engage.) to an
English Isdv. which engagement he broke
to marry Mrs Wnodhouse. About a year
ago the old Marquis dint and was suc
otried In the title by the son of his first
wife, who had married cousin of his,
and who Is now seeking a divorce.
The former Marchioness has made her
home In England ever since her mar
MR. LKAKBR IN 111 RKK.
Made a Speech In Wavneahoro Tues
day Evening—Other YSatiers.
Waynesboro. Gu., Oct 24 ~ Mr. W. R.
la ,ken of Savannah made a short speech
to the Republicans of Burke county here
lasi evening. Mr Leaken Is the Repub
lican candidate for Congress. He was
Introduced by Mr R Schwarz wets*, whit*,
and was followed by several colored Re
publicans of Savannah. Rurke Is (he
home county of Col Lester, an t wa- never
known to go against one of her ctltsens.
If on thr right track In other words,
wc are elrlctly Democratic In every sense
of the word. The meeting will not mike
a vote In this county for Mr Leaken
A little cotton 1* coming tn. but there
Is sttll a little on hand Th* top crop
of cotton. It Is thought will not mature
enough to pay for Ihe picking.
A J Lang, a baker of ihls city, for
merly of Ftlackvllle 8 c . die I suddenly
here yesterday morning The Knights of
Pythlae. of which he was s memlrer, sent
his remains lo his former home for in
The new water company, furnishing
water from an artesian well. Is laying
pipes on the main streets, preparatory to
furnishing pure drinking water to consum
la.vtfed to Uoluml.ln.
Columbia. K. C . Oct, 21.—Thr Wsde
Hampton Chapter. U D. C.. of this city,
has derided to extend a general invita
tion lo the United Daughters of Ihe Con
federacy to hold the tioxi general con
vention in this city.
THE MORNING NEWS: THURSDAY. OCTOBER 25. 1900.
TIMIIFH MAHKKT HBFKOVI AG.
Lmlrr *trong In UelalOdlt-^Mlirr
Itnrlen hews holes.
Darien, fia., O t. 24 After three month#
•>f ii mot! unpr* 'denfeil dulin< tle tlm
! b* r market Is beginning to allow *ign* . f
improvement The tlmbrr m* rchan* r*
! rinding vent- Is easier to procure **nd the
l expot t trade lx expcctM sor>n lo pen up
! cn it larg** h- ale Not withstanding the
fact that t> it j 111 .a- timber lias tome dt-wn
the river r*- ently. a fairly g"d vtork Ij
on ht*n*l r* *dv for shipment Bevorwl v*
eel nr*- l*.tJir-g u! ;-|m atui athvrc ar
expectetl to arrh* at an early dat-
Th* small demand for timber, together
with low water on th* rlv*r*. ha- a .t*l
the tlmi'*'rm**n t< hoM th-lr ttmte r Th*
m# n have be on cutting toe l*i and wait
ing for better prt * U? re drifting them
down the river. A distinct revival >f
ehi|>fn* nlh * xp* ted now .
Mr W It I„*.ken. Republican 'ond:*
• kite for <'•*r* ee, sp>k* .it th** (Jour
House Hntur lnv H - audltori* w**r
ly (-olor**l and tho.-*** of them who yot#
at all will douhthw vot* for htm Mi
le*akn ha some |M>reonal frietxlv her*
trnonc ih*> whM*-? who him high
l\ hut ri-ai* *f them haw thought **f •*■'*•
Ing i allot for him Mr la* *t* r wll.
jwoini. y [ M *ii the full Dcmocmtlc vote it
Th* hwf and oyster
has op* n* 1 here B ver,| firms hete .r
doing lib** t usint. s now and the shl,*
menth wi I incres*** througn th* winter
The goltert* are practicing dally an I
record** are breaking right along Th"
members of the ljilcn Golf Club will be
gin thl* week to play for |*oaluon The
IndivlMal contests are ex|* t l to ie
mo.t lntcr**tlng m*l when th* nb* h
game is played between ?nin ih * r and
the iiofiiF hoys hop** to U ar off th*
honor.- Th* link 4 * are In much letter
conditton than they hive ever cen
Mr Joseph A Walker hod begun ih*
erection of • handsome mercantile bul and
ing on iiroat*) street It will cordatn four
or flv** -tor* s .md oflflcee arul all wIU h
Occupied a s*h*i 4 ns finished
Amo* Rodger* an*l barter, tioth
colored, were bound over to the
Novemler t* rm of the Bui*erk>r <'*>urt by
Judge Livingston on the charge of having
stolen go* -Is from the store of A am
—*T always telephone John wh* n we
have company, so he II he prepared
“Goodnfee' If I tele r hon.*l William he’d
stay downtown *’ —Chicago Record. ,
I'tAKHAI. IS % M ATIOaw.
Mrs. Margaret Collins, relict of the late
Jam** Collins, are respectfully Invited to
attend her funeral, from her late* resi
dence. No 4V Wilson street, this after
noon at 4 o'clock.
LOW —The frl*nk md relatives of Miss
Margaret M how, and of Mrs Eliza L
Mill and family, rc respectfully Invited
to attend the funeral of the former, from
the residence of the latter. &21 Barnard
street, tins (Thursday) morning, at 11
Office of Savannah Water Works.
Savannah, da.. Oct 21. iJHA).
The water will be shut off and remain
off this (Thursday) morning. Oct 25. for
several hours. In that section of the city
as ftki.ows On Whitaker street fr m
Seventh to Twelfth streets; on L*itnar
avenue frm Lincoln to Whitaker *tr***ta
I. U. KIN SLY. Bupt.
RESTAURANT AND OYSTER HOUSE,
111 Congress Street, West.
Blue Point, Hnckaway and Native
Oysters tn all stylra.
AND GAYIE OF ALL KINDS IN M3ASON
DINING ROOMS UFSTAIHS.
YAK HAVE RETIRNED
From the Carnage Dealers' Convention,
and have (as we promised) purchased the
most elegant line of Burrles, Traps, Stan
hopes. Runuhoute and Buxgbt
We will announce our f.tll opening next
week. Walt for them. You will be sur
prised at the elegance of the new designs
CARRIAGE AND WAGON CO.
MSI KYI ANN'S C YFE,
113 and 111 YY’hltaker street
Merchants' Lunch from II 30 to 2 p m
Everything served In the best style. Dining
rooms for private parties or families are
strictly private, and the best oysters,
meats and game are served and prepared
by s most competent chef.
City of Savannah,
Office Clerk of Council,
Savannah. Ga . Oct 14, 1901
Dr Osborne, acting city physician for
the Second District, I* located at No .Nl6
Prk# street. Office hours. Sto9 a. m and
tto 7 p ro. YV 1* BAILEY.
Clerk of Council
Neither the master nor consign* a of
the British steamship Laura wt.l be re
sponsible for any debt* contracted by the
BTRACHAN A CO., Consignees
Savannah. Ga . Od. 24. 190 ft.
AU hills against the Italian steamship
Lealta. Noberaeco. master, and the Brit
ish steamship Isle of Kent. Slither.and
master, must be presented at cur office by
or before 12 m this day. Oct 39, or pay
ment thereof will l>e debarred
J F MINIS * CO.. Consignees.
All hill* against Ihe Rrltlsh steamship
Thornley most be presented at our onie*
bv 12 noon thl* day. or payment will be
debarred WILDER A CO., Agents.
Oct. 29. 1900
41’IK I Yl. NOTH t
To my friends and patrons Mr. A E
Walkley la no longer connected with the
Royal Pressing Club
F McWilliams, prop.
Jos. A. Magnus
VBB Cincinnati, O.
y.LHI ÜBABRIa L4IIM.L SO. Ifi. F. Jk
A r* a. ’ liar comtnunlc.it <n **f thla Mk
Th* M M Deg re* will he confer ed
Mritilers >f M-ter I**U* -and tnnMent
brethren ur** fra**rnully Invited to m**et
with us By order
I’LLASANT A STOVALL. W. M
J A HKRSCHIiACH s* r* t try.
i M\;nsm im n of mi t>>in
Th* regular qu.irterly meeting -f th©
club will U* h-d at sA I* m on Thura
!.>. Oct \Wi, ut th* offi e of Den
mark Adam* A* Freeman.
Tti** article on ’’Volt <ir* .” prepired by
the late Col S r*wn. will be r* and
F W MLLDRIM. Pre-idont.
WM W GORDON JH. Secretary.
ITUIJMim Full INFORMATION.
city of Savannah,
Office Clerk f Council.
Oct. 19. IfOO
The following resolution adopted at u
meudng of Council, htl on the *v n.ng
of th#* 17th ins? . I* herewith published for
the Information of all concerned
IJy Ald*-rmun Dixon
Resolv***! hy the Mayor and Aldermen
of the ity of Savannah In Council a©
s**ml'l*d. That the ordinance for the re.
naming of etreetH south of Anderson
etr*t he published for information and
that Coun . 1 Invites an expression of the
view* and wistie.s of the itixenu of S.i
\annah. *m<l particularly of those
residing eouth of Arxleraon atre**t.
or owning property in this sec
tion. concerning the w.suom and ex
pedlen y of the ordinance, those vh we to
b* expressed by petition r other written
communication, or orally, at the next
meeting of Council at which time the
ordinance will be read on its passage
An ordinary* *• to re*4utni the streets in
the city of Savannah south of Ander
flection 1. Re it ordained by the Mtvot
and Al lernvn of the ty of Savannah
In Council s>semhl**d. concerning the
street* In tt * city of Savannah south ot
Aixb rnon stre*t. that hereafter First and
St Jam* street> shall be known as
Second. Glllott un*l Sr. Paul street*
shall be hereaftar known as Thirty*
Third. Grapevine Weft Third and St
Nicholas streets #hall bo hereafter known
a* Thirty-third street
Fourth, lilt-murk. West Fourth and St.
John streets shall In hereafter known a*
Fifth, Surah. Wilder. West Fifth. St
Mi huel mi l Brady str**ts shall be here
after known a* Thirty-fifth street.
Sixth. Willow. Wear Sixth und flt
Thomas street* shall be hereafter known
as Thirty-sixth street.
Seventh and East Seventh streets shall
be hereafter known as Thirty-seventh
Eighth. Center. James and East Eighth
nreets shall be hereafter known us
Ninth and East Ninth streets shall be
hereafter known as Thirty-ninth street
Tenth. Church and East Tenth streets
• hall be hereafter known as Fortieth
Eleventh and Ltmor streets (or avenue)
rholl be hereafter known a* Forty-first
Twelfth and flouth avenue streets shall
hereafter known as Forty-second street.
flee 2 Be it further ord.iln#d that ill
ordinances and part.** of ordinances In
conflict with this ordinance or** hereby
repealed. WM P BAILEY.
r*|erk of Council
TO IIHE! Yl YTH 4.
Mr James Lemon. Saltkehatchie. S. C.,
"In M .y. I*. 1 visited the ’Lower Bu
wanee Springs,' Florida, crippled with
rheumatism so much that It was neces
sary to lift me on and oft tho cars After
remaining there for six weeks I returned
home entirely relieved I have grewt sym
pathy for a rheumatic, for I have had my
share of It Go drink of and bit he In tho
waters that gave me life "
Mr. J W. Lindsay, head of Ihe large fur
niture house of Undeay & Morgan, In
Savannah, (la . writes:
‘‘When 1 left home I could hardly get
around—l was In o much pain, caused by
my kidneys being in such a bad state. I
was only ot your spring four day* when
I felt entirely free from |>aln and was able
to walk to the station, which. I think. I
u good mile. Shall be pleased to answer
any communication In reference lo my
case 1 am entirely well now."
THE SAYYNNAII I’REPtll YTR44Y
( 11001.. MILITARY'.
Harris and Barnard streets. Ormond B,
Strong (Cornell!, bead master. Greek.
Latin nnd English. Rev, R P. John*, n.
A. M (Princeton), lately ot St Mat
thews' Military Academy, History.
Geography and .Modern Languages. John
Stelxir. A 8.. Mathematics and Chetn
JI AT RECEIVED
One carload of Moyers' fine work of
Syracuse. N Y., open and top buggies,
the most complete line ever brought to
We defy competition ort thl* work I
ask the public om and all who are In the
market for end and side-spring casy-nd-
Ing vehicle*, that they can he found at
my r*p*!tory. Also a full line of dellv
ery wagon*, open and top, milk and baker
wagon* Y'ou make no mlatake by calling
at once and make your selection.
MARK APPLES REPOSITORY,
S2d Brougftton street, west
Kelly's Rubber Tire*, the only reliable
tire on the market
All person* are hereby cautioned against
harboring or trusting any of the crew of
the British steamship Ormesby, Robin
won. master, front Tenerlffe. as no debt*
of their contracting will be paid by mas
ter. owner* or by
W W WflJbtN Agent. Consignee
IHCTI At. Nin ri t
All hills against the British steamship
BUkt moor must b< presented at our oitlce
before 12 o'clock m. Hit* day, or paym-nt
thereof will be debarred.
STHACHAN A CO. Consignee*.
Savannah.. Ua, Oct. Si. 190t>.
EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES SI.OO,
that others charge $2.50.
Save your life, save a trip to Hot Springs, by taking
Cures when all remedies fall.
Hull and Congress. Branch H‘> Bull St.
Phones 293. Phones 382.
Superior to All.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West.
irtCIAL SO I 11 UA.
I-VII.IIIML (IK I.OM. UEI.K-
ItHVI'I'LU Biri-IM ARBLE < IOEM.
This r-urp older Is acrvr.l on miaraer# on
the American lino. an,l ut the Waldorf-
Astoria uiul Irjdinß family roc era In
Now York City.
Bauldlna's Punun rldrr Is muds from
th.. pure Imre of harsl picked apple, from
his own mill on the premises. It Is abso
lutely pure apple Julre. und all the effor
vasrenee Is no'urul. and we guarantee It
to he the eholi-est rider In the worn
leading phyairians In Nw York and
Brooklyn recommend thla elder to their
liatienie. |U* |M.rfect purity la guaranteed.
In l-uuklng f Pippin rkler. only loan* Ul
■ind Newton's Plppuw lire used The air
plea are left on the trees until l,te in
October when they are hand picked ond
pla'-ed In n dry room to ripen
f-auldlnir says "the nppies are thorough
ly crushed In his own mill and the Juice
pressed nut nnd run Into sweet clean
r.ieks." The difference between crush
ing nnd grinding apples Is very great
You will know the dtfferen. • between
crushed apples nnd ground apple., if you
take some- stems and chew them, jou
will find thit bitter taste whlrh Is not
with Paulding's cruaheel apples. This
elder has not the extreme sweetnev*
of the Bum-t elder, find everyone will
find the Buukhng'a Pippin elder Juat
right to take with dinner
HI’I'MAN HBOS .
Sole Agent-, In Savannah.
I’lti:a|;lt\ B till It SIGHT
By wearing clus e. that not alone en
able you lo see, hut correct every defect
that may exl.t.
There Is no guesswork In our meihods.
We have the latest and moat approved
scientltic uppnr.nus for accurate eye test
ing We make no charge for consulta
tion or examination, and should you need
the service* of a physician we will frank
ly tell you so.
Our crystal lenses are perfect In every
respect, being ground under our own eu
pervlson They cannot be compared In
value to the kind offered as cheap by the
so-called opticians or Jewelers who han
dle Inferior glasses ns n side line.
DR. M. SCHWAB & SON,
Kxcluslve Opticians. 17 Bull street.
N I: ' 11 !-• |' ' ... :i •* i at- ■
day recelvid. Repairing done at short
HKVIVATIM.-'HTTHKOHS - ItIIN
Hair. moss, licking. fiber, feathers.
Our stock of new material aid manufac
tured products are up to dat.- Our reno
vating and r> making has drllgh’cd many
prominent itridents Ask your acquaint
ances Materials sent us Is picked, steam
ed. cleaned and medicated by modern ma
chinery. Making done by mechanics. We
confine our work to mattresses and bed
ding generally. We sell ticking of all
kinds, moss, hair, cotton, fiber, feathers,
or any article needed in mnitr.se line
NATIONAL MATTHKSS AND RENO
Bell Phone 11.3*1. 331 Drayton street.
City of Savannah.
Office Clerk of Council.
Oct. 19. 19,0.
A vacancy having occurred among the
city physicians by reason of the resigna
tion of Dr. M. H. of the Second Dis
trict. notice I* hereby given that an elec
tion will be held at the next regular
meeting of Council, to be held on Oct.
31. at x p tn . to fill th unexpired term
caused by the aikl resignation
All appUcntlons lo be filed with the
Clerk of Council nt or before 13 m of
the 3!at Inst.
WM P BAILEY,
Clerk of Council.
MAATKI.S. fiR ITE* AND TILING.
We have the largest stock, prettiest de
signs. lowest prices. Call and examine ours
before buying Beautify your new houaa
with pretty mantels.
ANDREW II.VNI.KY COMPANY
FANCY AND Rfe-PKBIMRn IIHICkT*
We manufacture and sell all ktnda of
fancy and r< -pressed brick, pavl- g and
building hr! ks Our common bn k ar >
the tell for building pirpoce*. h Ing
larger than other kilns make, and cheap
er. He sample- and prices
SAVANNAH Ht'ILDINO SI'PPLY CO.,
Congresa and Drayton atrwta
HO NUN RXECITKD.
By the Amen, an Bonding and Trust
Company of Baltimore We arc author.
111 to exeeute locally (Immediately nj.,,
application), all Isolds In Jialtrlal pro
ceeding* In either the ,iate or I’nued
Staler Courts, atwl of administrators and
HEARING A HI LL Agent*.
Telephone 334 Provident Building.
AMI AM) CYPMM Id mil K FOR
lAi.onn feel of ash. suitable for wheel
wright*. Carriage maker*, car work* nnd
Interior house finish. Also cypress lumber
of ail *i*es We have resumed rutting
our famous brands of rypress shingles
and wll *o©n have a full line of Ihem for
sale. VALE ROYAL MFG CO.
I'ROPII* Al.* WANTED.
City of Savannah. Ofßee Director of
Public Work. Savannah. Os Oct. 23. 19(10
-Sealed pror-eals are warned for fur
nishing the city of Savannah with 12.n00
square yards of granite blocks ftp. -id
cations furnished upon ipplle.itinn*
OEO M GADSDEN. Director
ot n i liurn
Loan money at six ir cent, on real
BECKETT A BECKETT,
Attorneys at Law and Conveyancer*
These are food* that aid digestion,
but a) muscle and restore nerves.
Per Pound 15c.
I’er Package lie
Per Package lie
Per Package 15c; two 25c
These fo ds contain the full nutri
tious constituents of the grain.
The S. W. Branch Cos.,
Cor Broughton and Barnard.
Spoons and Forks
One of the largest and most com
plete stocks in the country. Manu
Sam’l Kirk & Son Cos..
106 Baltimore St., East, Md.
A Well Dressed
the question of CANE
W* have just opened a lot of
beauties In both Canes and Umbrel
las Ivory, Ru.-khorn and other
handles, finish'd In Gold, Silver,
etc. Everything warranted The
*tyle an the latest
HUNTER & VAN KEUREN,
Jeweler*. 143 Bull.
AND OTHERS REQUIRING
NOURISHMENT CAN OBTAIN
THE •HARVARD PURE
BBBft OT AU.*I.EADINO
HENRY SOLOMON & SON,
Wo ore now moving our Wholesale Do
pan men t to the commodious quarters 127
Congress street (formerly occupied by SI
Dryfus. and will be In prrfeot shape In
a few days, and be pleased to serve our
SOLOMONS COM TANT.
THE WAV TO CLEAN CARPETS.
The only way 10 get your carpets prop
erly taken up, cleaned and taken care of
for the summer is to turn the job over to
the District Messenger and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2. or call at 22 Montgomery
street, and they will make you an esti
mate on the cost of the work Prices
teaeon.ible They also pack, move and
store furniture and pianos
C. H. MEDI>' K. Supt. ami Mgr.
RICE MILLING, RICE FLOI'R, RICK
We have anew mill with all modem
processes, and machinery, and are now
reads for business. Ws solicit your pat
ronage and Invite correspondence, rlos
chert free :o patrons
THE SAVANNAH Hirst MILL CO.,
T M Cunningham. In-klent
John Screven. Jr . Manager
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OLD NEWSPAPERS, MO tor ■ orate, ml
Buaineee Office Uurulng News,
LEOPOLD ADLER. JNO P '
President H I>!LLO X
C B. ELLIS. BARRON
Vice Presides! A „, hT ER,
The Chatham Bank
Will be pleased to receive a.
°* “* rc >at. Firm,. Indlvia,.^*
and CorporAtlana *'*■ l -*na^
Liberal favors extended.
Uneurpaeaed collection faellni— ,
Ing prompt returns ***
LY ON DEPoaits.
Safety Deposit Boxes end v. u t,.
rent. Correspondence solicited. ,<m
OF h A) AN N A||.
Tree..,,. . !.■., „. Bk(
Sollelto Arrnnni. of ~- ww
Nlercliaufe f R.„ U . , nU *•
f’olleef Inns handled wd, h M(
eewnomy and dlapateh.
Interest, rompownded qnr,e„,
allowed oa deposlta la „ or v,vi.'
RHNNTLEV A. DENMARK. Fee.,.,,,.
MII.LR B. LANK. Vice Preeldes,
GEORGE C. PRKCNAN. rw.hler
GORDON L. I.WIIOVKH, Ass,. Caekle,.
of the HUH* of Oor|lx.
Surplus and undivided profits Uo'w
DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE uT
Superior Isclliue.- lot transacting a
CulltcUoni rr*i*!f on eil point#
*** **ltok> through benke enJ
Account* wi Ueukerel Mn vLaEu
and others soUUAaU. Safe Dapuaii bom
Dcpanmenl of Bavlngs, Interest peyeSe
Soils Sterling Exchange on Londea a
JOHN FI.ANNKRY, President.
HORACE A CRANE. Vice President
JAMES ST’LLTVAN Pa*hler
t Nt i NERY ' WM W OORBOS
E. A WEIL W w GORDON Ji
H A CRANE. JOHN M EGAN.
LEE ROY MYERB JOSEPH FER9T
H P SMART. CHARLES E1,1.1k
EDWARD KEt.LY TOHV J KIRBT
Accounts of banka merchants, txrpirw
lions and Individuals e otic usd.
Savings Department, Intcresi p,;o
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaults ter
Collections made oa all points el rea
Drafts sold on all Aha chief cities of tbs
JOSEPH D WEED President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice PrsaMeaS.
W F. McCAL'LEY. Cashier.
THE GERMANIA BANK
LOP Ui !.•
Undivided profits M.M
Tht. bank offer* lu services to corpora
tiona. merchant* and Individuals.
Has authority to act as axsoutor, ad
mlnUßrator, guardian etc
l>*ura drafts on (be principal and ies la
Great Britain and Ireland and on the
Conti n sac
Inter,*! [Old or compounded quarterly
or, dep.elts In th* Savings Department.
Safety Boxes for rent
HKNRY BLTTN. President
OEO. W TTEDEMAN Vloe Preeldent
jr,ifN M HOGAN. Cashier
WAT.TER F HOGAN. A**'! c a *M*r.
No. 1640. Chartered, lMt
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CAPITAL* VO.<. 81KP1.U8. IMO.W
I NITED STATES DEPOSITOR*.
J A. u. CARBON. Pr*.M*et-
DEI UN E GORDON, Mrs President
W U DAVANT. Cahlnr.
Ae'-ounta of bonk* and brkr. ***•
Oti.n'a and corporation. rec'lad
th moat favorable terms ronatstant
inf, and eonaervmitva banking
THE GEORGIA STATE
B LILDINQ AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
14 YORK STREET. WEST
5 PER CENT, per annum allow*! on
deposits, withdrawable on dtmar*.
Interval credited quarterly
6' PEli CENT. per annum allow*!
deposit# of avail hundreds, wlthdf*
able at annual periods
GEO W. TIEDEMAN. President.
D. H. LEVY. Vice Prealdent.
E. W. BELL* Secretary.
C. a ANDERBON. JR . Traasar*r
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Cos.
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms
in tepipff iisft
Koe aata. a Porsdtb Newspaper To-**'
will fold abe*< K***- tt tln goo 6
Price BOD It oo oaiktnally '
we have au we M II *'“ ta * r “"
11 oocuplea. M
11 taUI ba an Sivaluabi. adjuaot
I r TOU WANT OOOD MATE I* 14b
and work, oraar your llthocrapMl
printed sUtlo**rT •> Wank book* f, °“
Morning New*, Baraonab. &*-