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BACK TO THE OLD METHOD.
lUO Wil l * Mi l %Tl\l. TO *H IHbI *
Wiaskif Wants I lir Ol<l Hun Hrsl*red
Mr it nn rl Ofrr i N'%% I'lin-Tnn
( til ll In I* or Bill* InirMilun •—Hill
to >ln Lr *•• *l *hr
\\ nt • of I'miUlilllK Hi|ir—Hill In
Krqtilrr 1 n%% 1 rom I ol
|rgn In ll* I tniiiintil
Atlanta. < -T House ant Hen j
sir |r*>t dot' ’ ’' • to-da>
In th* II- Mr Wight of Doufhertjr. |
Intr.-dt; .! :l irovt<!lnir for an amend- j
mfnt • ui.nton. so ihal tn* *•* I
plan , r , rt r < JuU;r iiWI nolle ttor*
iif-nur, tii* Governor may .nln be
M ; f. j*-■on of Fulton ;nl Mr Wright
of FTov bot i intrtvHirr-,1 rhlid labor
l.r ti . Mr Harvard of Dooley, 4l!
fM#kir.K •* jr v#*e t th*
*f giving iway of clKarrtte* Other mem
i.rr*A unreduced many bills of minor tm
In ♦;)*- H*i at. Mr TVru>at4 sprung I
- con tern pUt trig u change In th*- |rej
rnt manner of •* tar ting J“*lgt ***** ■®)* 1
Rom K'li'ril. irxl M Hardaway intro
duced h Mil s.-eklng • amend the code
so that mutilation m.i\ l** ddd to th
present penalty fr mj
The H. tv- iwgat s. rk promptly on
time, and the i me* f the tounti
were *ll*o : m Mile nn- in in h flood
Of th***- th* n *m Impertir! of course.
wer- the child Kihor Milt >f Mr Wright
anti Mr H *i*oi nii-l th IIU by Mr
Wight of Dougherty n carding the se
ieMlon of Ju .*'• -and -Heitors general,
and the bill by Mr Harvard, to suppress
Mr !4oa*ton - Hill is -Ir.iwn with tha
view f proven> ii. s' the working of h
dren under twelve >•*# of g in any
manufn tiiring Industry in the -tate. at. I
the employment of rhtldreo between
twelve and fmirtfan yeirs of ag** wh *
can no i n.i<J n*l writ*- a qu-tsl-4 rntpul
eory 1 j *tj--n.il features
Mr Wright’s MU s directed nt h
taitil* ln-luatnes and < or.template* ih
prevention of ohii-iren under ten years of
.g- from tHL-Ing employed In them, uncon
ditionally and h- prevention of to y
rm*nt of children between t*n and fur
teen x ept under fi-rtain conditions This
m*-a>ure contain* an unqualifled compul
sory educational clam*
By reason of resolution th* privileges of
the floor were eglended to Mr J C
limit hill edii- r of the Charleston Nvw
and Courier, ami Mr F W Wag ner,
Preaklent of the Interstate and We t in
dlan eipoaition Th >- gentlemen desire l
to Invite the na e to have a dapliy .it
The lm|Mrfut Hills.
Home of th* hills introduce! In the
House to-day art
Hy Mr. Bla*on of Fulton—Resolution
providing for the purchase of ml *x 1 *ll
-of Oeorgla reports
By Mr. Hutcheson of Haralson—An a t
to amend an act approved iec 17. \SW.
entitled an act to provide for the regis
tration of voters In the state
By Mr Park of Qrartw —A bill to be en
titled an art to enlarge the dntl *j of the
Commissioner of Agriculture so as to In
clude the Inspection >f milk, butter,
cheese and other similar product* ofier*-!
for sale in the state, and for other v r
By Mr Wight • f Dougherty- A bill to
hr entitled, an art to amend an art for
the protection of game approved ier ~
UPSi by striking out the word fifteen* h.
on seventh line of sectbsi i, and inserting
Word first. In lieu th**rof
By Mr Wight f Dougnerty - A hll to
Ih- entitled an act to protect wild. Eng
lish and Mongolian ind oth<*r pheasant?
n.l u.r iur;> t,'.*.
By Mr H. td <? t'amiitwll—An n.-l i<>
■ in.nl mi act "An arl (o provide
for thr hobllnß of veral city <ourl of
tht> r.ale by various vlty court jula. '
• hereof, and for othrr purpoae*." Af>-
proved I Hr. 21 IM. by •trtkliiß thernfrom
the laticr clauev of Ih.- Urn OTCIIan of
aatd art. nl for other iniryKHica.
Uy Mr McLannon of Telfair—A bill •
b- entltlevl an a<* to amen.l aertion SI * of
volume 3 ol the ('..1. of ijeorata of ltd*.
■hi aa to make Justice* of the ivea.'t* ami
notaries public who are e*-f!i !o 111*1 he*
of th*. iwuce. Incompetent to *erve on
pram) Jurl***. -iihl for otn.-r purjMWrt.
\rv I'uniibmoiH for Hafir.
Th* feature of todxy'S •cMlon of the
Stnml* a bill by mitor Hardaway
prirt'KliiiK • punishment for rape. The bill 1
U ax follows:
fik-t l, lie It *n.\rtcd by thr Qeueral As
sembly. ar.d it Is hereby enact* and by au
thorlt> f same, that motion >1 of voluro • )
S. of the OiMle. Which preacrlbot the |Ufi- |
tshment for rmpe. bo ami the same Is
hereby amended by addm# aft-r th
words in the last lino thereof the
follow!not words, to-wtt: Or, utib’Ss the
Jury r* com men is that tin* defendant In
punished with routttn on, bi which ev* nt
mutlkitlon shali be flllctt*tl at such Urn*
aid In such maim* ras may I- |>:ncr:bed
by the court 80 that sak* section, when
nmended. shall read as ollowfs
crime of ru|s shall 1* |fjnls!itl with
death, unless the defendant Is recon |
mended to mercy ly the | try. In which
case the punl*hm4)t shall lx* the s nu*
us for an assault, with the Intent to com
mit rape, or unless the Jury re omtn. nd
that the defendant be puni*i *1 with mu
tilation. In which event mutUatl n shall
be Inflicted at such time in*l In such man
ner as may Is* prescribe*! by the court.’
Hr. !>•*nnitrd’ Mill.
The other 1411 sand resolutions were
By Mi ftennard—A bill to amend the
Constitution o s to provide for the iwiin
Ination of Ju'lku* and solicitors Keneral
of the Superior Courts by the Supreme
Court, the appointments to he made by
the Governor, subj* t to confirmation by
the limit This b. i • vi l that th
6upr m- Court sfiall submit five iam •**
to the Governor, jn.| that the chief ex
ecutive shall nominate one of these for
the offl • to be llllel. find th- slid nom
ination shall b * onflrtned by * two-third.-*
vote of the Senate
By M-. Jernlsun—-A bill to provide for
a text hook oromi union. to ee ur for th
state * system of uniform ■** l*Hke
By Mr Hoy n ion— A resolution provldlnit
for th* holdiriv* of nrt i upon h- day
of the nation i * • 'tinn -.* to allow the
membem of th** Beni- to *t home and
By Mr Bell— Itesolved that a staiullny
commit! re,. to -
dent of th'- SenaT- to consist *>f not b*s
than live. rxr mor* than >*ven iwmb-r*.
be and the sum*- is b* reby nomtiuitml to
I* styled the or? Public Kx
pndltures. hi< luty it shall b** to care*
fully inquire into th* xp< nUUute* of the
several department'- and report where ex
penditures can be reduced without detri
ment to th* public servl •
tlf Inn ri-t In l.nnr nl.
A bill which will be of Inic t ** to t~e
law schools of the state will probihl\ i>e
Introduced next wek In the House by
Hepresenlathe Hardwick of Washington
The bill will provide that graduates of law
schools be compelled to stand an sali
nation before the state cxamlrdt g boird
lx for* they b* given a license to practice
Th* question • u***d considersb edh us.
slon ii th* mee ing rtf the Bar A e 'la
tlot but no rrcommendation *> made
by that body. There ate mmy asrvers
however, who b*ilve the students In law
schools shouM stand the examination, and
an effort will lx* made to have the bill
There air* a number of friends of law
sehnois in the time this year. an<l a
fight may b* expected.
Plica ured 11 11 It oat the Knife.
Itching Blind. Bleeding or Protruding
Filer Your druggist will refund your
mono If Faso OUumuu fails lo cure you
tO ceoifr.- ad.
14 Example is Better
It is not ivhat ive sjy, but
*vhat Hood's SsrsapsrilU
dors, that tells the story.
Thousands of testimonials are
examples of what Hood's
has done for others, and
what it will do for you.
Scrofula - " Hrnrmie nrrofula anrt
made me shunned by iielphhora Medical
treatment failed A relative urped me to
try flood's narsapartlln lild ao and In few
mot;th* the sores complrtoty banled.” Mil
J M lUtcm Etna. N. II
Inflammatory Rheumatism ' Two
•ItoikiM.f Uie grip left rue with inflamma.
toey rheumatism Am K 9 years old. but
H'svd’s Sarsaparilla cured roe and I can
climb stairs and walk anywhere." J.Lovk
la!i>, lid Kantu Ave.. Itulfalo. N Y.
Bafg'l Fills r'f a vet tat...*.,
•i.tjr rath.tf*T- *n - **it* tin h| a >.*f a^riltx
(Ol Ml COl NT % BOlalgllEJD.
ton < mint) l‘onrt lll* ul
*nprrmr I •>•.
Atlanta. Oct The County Court of
Washington w.is abolished to-day by a de
cision the Buprrtnc <’ourt ©f Otrgln
in th* iffc of Murray vs th* stats.
This can** wa argued iicfort* the Pu
l-re me* Court several days ig< by T. W
M.irdwi'k H rald the |mlnt that the
court wgs un* (institutional, being f r** tr*i
when there was no law for *j?h courts,
and that fh** decisions which have h**n to
fore been rendered in that court wre
illegal and void
It eem* that she court w?©* create l by
the <;eneral A-*setnhi> In Igno.'.inre of a
law which set out that no court ccbid
| le cr*aiei in the county of Washington
The Hunreme Court sustained the print
mad* by Mr. Hardwick *t-d th** decision
(rendered to-day abolishes the < ourt
There have been numerous vtidlcta b\
Juries in that court and it tagy be
that the litigants in the •:>• v hlch
have Inter decided there, will .tgsln go to
- - v
f.OV. HOARD 111 1M OMIf.
t nme Down to Attend Georgia Dairy
Atlanta. Oct. 3* -Ex-Gov Hoard of Wis
consin called on Gov Candler thl* morn
Gov Hoard came down lo attend the
meeting of Ihe Oeorgki DaOymen's Ae
soclatlon. which convenes at Griffin nexi
Tuesday. He will address the convention
on the subject of dairying He will make
several other addresses In different ports
of the stale.
Gov. Hunr.l Is one of th< most popular
men In Ihe state of Wisconsin and Is very
much Interested in farming. To-day he
has been the guest of the industrial de
partment of the Southern Railway.
The opportunities for dairying and
farming generally in Georgia." he aaid
“are unexcelled ”
He Is Ihe editor of Hoard's Dairyman, u
prominent dairy publication.
Jockey lladlv Inlared.
Atlanta f>< I 35—Jockey Chatmtn. on
Tout Ilonig. in ihe hurdle race at the
lnterst.it- Fair was Iwlly Injured inter
nally this afternoon The horse fell at
the second hurdle and rolled over the
TO rtßl') A COLD I) ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Rrnmo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund tin money If It fall*
to cure. E W Grove's signature I* on
each box 35c—ad.
M*.\V 11 * TIOH ItOOSifl.
%f our new quartera, 11l AAhltnker
nirrrt. tin or aliont lor. 1 wt will
hold nor opening anle,
A% ileli pnpera for list of goods to
Patronage solicited of large or
email consignments, settlements tor
which will be made dn> following
••Prompt and careful service. **
Special attention to outside sales,
•ill ANN Alt At mO*
%nii tmmissitiN co.
A. U INKHHiItT. Mgr.
>WA 1%l NOTKfV.
Savannah, Oi., Oct. 25, 1900.
I hive admitted Mr Emil Eckstein
4 partner in my burlness—fhe firm to be
known as Foye Ac Eckstein from thl*
date. r T rOTE
A t Allt> TO HI rHIEXIBI %*l> THE
I take pleasure in Informing my frierd-*
that I have formed a copartnership with
Mr I* T Foye. and I sholi endeavor to
M-rve them with the earn* fidelity nd at
tention se in the past and cordially in
vlte them to visit me at our new st ind
1 solicit their patronage for the new firm
!of Foye A I! nnd i will he my aim
to erv thm as wed In th* future t* In
the |>M \N ith sincere Punk' for ;usr
, i. , ,• • i.M.I. I iv SI KIN
pm wai ro cuba* t itrai o
The only way o get your carpet* prop-
I rly taken up. cleaned und token care of
for the summer Is to urr the Job over to
th* District Mtwtefiger and Delivery Cos
' telephone 2. or call at 22 Montgomery
! street, nrul they will make you an esti
mate on the cost of ihe work. Prices
reasonable They also pack, move and
i etore furniture ami pi*nos
II MEDI/)’K. Supt and Mgr
City of Savannah.
Office Clerk of Council.
Savannah. Ga . Oct ifc, i!oo
Dr Osborn* acting cit> phys lan f r
1 the Hi-cotv! District, Is located at No .AV,
Price street office hours. S t<> 9 * m. ind
6 to 7 p. tn W !*. BAILEY.
Clerk of Council
I'HOyOMIA 11 ANTE 19.
City of Bvann.h. Office Director of
Publb Work, rtevannah. Ga tet. ZA, ISo-
prop*>sals sre wanted for fur
nishing the city of S.iv.tnnah with 12.0 ft
square yard* of granite blocks Spcdfl.
cations furnishe*! u|*on applications
GEO. M GADSDEN, Director
IIONDft 1 11 ! I TED.
By the American Bonding nnd Trust
I Company of Baltimore We are author
ise.! to execute locally (immediately upon
1 application), all bond?* In Judicial pro
ceedings In either tho s*ate or Cured
Utates r’ourts, and of administrators and
DEAHING & HI LL. A**nu,
> T(lphon, 334. f rovKlem liuHdmt.
THF. MORNING NEWS: SATT KDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1900.
BODY :%TEY Ml XI l/Tt HKit
luirrlrn* >rgro on I rial for Murder
Americus •#.* . Oct— Whi.e walking
in the w*w*i nar the city limit th:-
morning children found the dscompoeel
body of f.lisa Holdup sn aged negr*fs
who had probably been and week an*i
ha*i never been miss* ! Bustards bad at
" kei the **>!• a*.*! the children w* r* it
tracted to it by th** presence of vultures
Th* i.i.l woman probably fell dead fi**m
heart dls* a*-- or apoplexy.
char lew Ferry. • former pr*>mlnenr and
wealthy Arntfirus negro. Is now on trial
at Philadelphia *T)an;*rt with complicity
In th* murder of Prof. Hay Wilson, white
In M*i> la-e and th*- - eivictk>n yesterd.iy
of ore of Perrys cor fade rite a* Henry
Ivory. cau-*-s his acquaintances here to
fear for the safety of Perry s neck Pre
vious t* tils hasty flight to Philadelphia
, i r in* of
•ns U>.Je , *t burglaries her*- ever attempt
ed. and his exposure and disgrace caused
hlrn to run .w;iy to Philadelphia, where
he got Into worse trouble
< IR< I CROWD IIIS4ITOITITD.
Many (inthrrrtl list hr t Irens Failed
to ftfcow I p.
Tennille. t Oct Jb—Forepaugh s A
Hills’ drui advertised to snow h*rc to
lay. did not arrjve in tlm** for showing
Fully S*WW> |H*o|le were her**. The show
1# ft Aug'ist i over the Southern Ilallwa*.
it 12 o’clock last night Part of the di
ru* ha*- not yet arrival being now on
*he ra*l nearly twenty-four hours Th
rowds w*re soreiy disappointed The clr
os leave* here at 9 o’clock to-r.lght for
U rll-knimn lliislnrss Mnu Ib-sd.
Athens. fK-t . Mr T A Plttner
.-t)- of the Junior members of the firm
of Webbs Ar Crawford, wholesale grocery,
died here thl- m >rr.lng at 3 o’ci**. k I4<*
was one of the most popular and well
krxwr business men In Northeast
brtter than cure. Tutt’s Liver
Pills will not only cure, but if
taken in time will prevent
dyspepsia, biliousness, malaria,
constipation, jaundice, torpid
liver and kindred diseases.
TUTT’S Liver PILLS
FROST—DRAYTON—Married, Oct 24
19m. by Rev J L Scully, at St Paul's
Episcopal Churrih. Mr Bertram Blanch
ard Frost, of Ocala Fla . to Ml** Lily
Belle Drayton, of Savannah, Ga N<-
, ards ('harleeton paper* please • ofiy
|* Al LDIAti OF LOXG IHI.AAD CEIK
IIH ATED VIPI’IY APPLE f IDEH.
This pure cider is served on ai-simers on
the American line, and at the Wuidorf-
Aatorlu and leading family grocers In
New York City.
Paulding's Pippin ckler Is made from
th** pore Juice of natal picked tppb-a from
his own mill on the premises. It I* abao
lately pure apple Juice, and all the effer*
veacenco I* natural an-1 we guarantee It
to be the bolcest elder In the world
Leading physl lans ui New York an I
Brooklyn recommend thl* elder to their
pativnt*. |te perfect purity Is guarantee.!
In Paulding'* IMpptn ckler, only Long Isl
an,l Newton * lipphis are used. The ap
ples arc left on the tree* until late in
October when they are hand picked end
placed tn u dry r->om to ripen
Paulding says "the apples arc thorough
ly crushed In hla own mill and the Juice
pressed out nnd run Into sweet clean
.uek." The difference between crush
ing and grinding upples Is very great
You will know the difference between
crushed apples nnd ground ippltw If you
take some stems and chew them, you
will find that bitter tasle which Is not
with Paulding* crushed apples. This
elder has not the extreme sweetness
of the Russet elder, ami everyone will
And the Paulding's Pippin ckler Juv
right to lake with dinner
Bole Agents In Savannah.
Krlihrr th* master, owner* nor con
*!*nrr* o( th* Ilr!tUh .tonmehlp W.ist
wi*r will im’ r.“i>>nslblr for any *l*l>t*
ronirac tnl by th* cr*tv
\VM ST!;i>ilKN MiWit
rw I 41. 4(ITICI*
Neither th* ma.l.r nor .'onslttr*** of
th* Italian l>nrk fonslttlla O.ilatola will
h* rrspon-lhl* for any <l*ht* contmrt*t
by th> crew,
fTTRACHAN A ('O.. Consign**..
Savannah. (3a . Ort. IT. 1911*
M-t. ItL tOTIIL
All hills ae.iln*t th* Itrltlsh .framer
Y*lor must te pr< l at our offl**
before 12 o'rhs-k m this day, or payment
thereof will l>* <l. barred.
STRACHAS A CO., Consl(jnre
Savannah. Oa . Oct. 37. IMP
4T €. 4Himr.H-.
If I am not your hulcher I ku*>* In
your neighbor's If you do no> eat the
good thins* that he die*. It's your fault.
I have i upeclnl order of Western roa*t*
aisl steaks plump fowls, bnrnyar.l duck*.
M S C A lU'NEH
P 8 —Remember the d> l.clous Corned
Reef mod* es|>e. tally for my trade
Oysters In all styles to your order.
Meals to order Mel tickets which rn
ahle you to live with m* elteaper than at
home JttK CHANG, I’rop.,
B.tn Francis o Res aurunt
lit Drayton mreet
At stall* 7 and X market you will Aral
everythlnir nlc. In steaks, roasts, poultry
Nice Inmu. fresh pork If you can't tome
phone us 1173.
BCOTT * DAVIS
IV B.—Remember we have brains, tripe,
sweet hread. siusa.es
ri.AbTKHF.R*’ nil l tM)4f SIP-
Cement. Lime. Plaster. Hair and River
Sand. I’rompt delivery Reasonable price
SAVANNAH BUILDING St'Prt.Y CO..
Corner Drayton and Congress.
Little. CfcMF.NT, I*I.ASTER.
We have the lar.est slock of the t>e*t
goods. Get our price* before you pay
more to others.
AN'DRKW HAN'I.I V ■ ••MI'ANV
ot n < ui'ATs
Loan money at six id cent, on real
BECKETT A BECKETT,
Attorneys at Law ansi Conveyancers.
The Quakers Are
Th Quaker Marl
Tonic la no only a
blood purifier, but a
Klood maker t os
yt# .. v TSj. I’aia. w.ak and De
tl ltalrd peopia who
iJSrV bava not >irrn|t|
- *Hj* > nor blocal II acta **
h tonic. It resutataa
diaortlon. curaa dya-
I’-i-ola and l*nd
** r -nh and tona to
Maif r * th nrrvo’rt system
It la a medicine for weak women It l* a
purely vegetable medicine end can la.
taken by tha moat delt nta. Kidney Die
rases, Rhcumatlrm and all dlaaaaea of the
blood. Buwnaeh and narvaa anon auecumb
to Its wonderful effect# upon tha human
■> stem Thousands of people In Qaorgia
ucommend 11. Price 110#.
QUAKER PAIN BALJd la the tnedlelre
that the Quaker Doctor made all of hl
aonderful U 4. k curaa with. It a anew
and wonderful medicine for Neuralfla
Toothache. Backache. Rheumatlem
spralr.a. Pain In Bowela. in fact, all pain
can be relieved by It. Price Ibc and Me.
QTaKl.lt WHITE WONDEB SOAP, a
medicated aoap for tha akin, acaip and
cooudaslon. Price 10c a cake.
QUAKER HEADING HALVE, a ▼••-
tab|.< ointment for the cure of tetter, re
imi and erupt lona of tba akin Pitca
Mr a box
FOR *#!.* FT ALL DRTTOOIBTB.
MJ 1.00U3 JI*T IHRIVEB.
New California Prune.-. Utry. . Jr lb.
N.w Jordan Shtlled Almomle Hk lb.
New Bvaporated Apn ote 14c lb.
New Dried Peeled Pvachea li> lb.
New Dried Klee only l&r Ih
Nr* Pineapple Cheese 40e each
New Early Jun. Pcus (extrast 10c.
Our New Hohy (rn Iwof or 26r.
We have a full supply of Columbia River
Salmon—loc. 12V and lie i-r can.
Sardines, *, lioxea. 1* fleh to box. 2Sc
New CodAeh lftc prr p.ickogc. three pack
ager for 26.
6 cakes Octagon S>vip .irul Bottle Blue for
7 fake- Cirrus Soap and Ito'tle Blue 2Sr.
Nw Evaporated Apple* 10< iMcknge
Gelatine 7.- package four package* for 2Sc
Cox'a tlelatln* ISc packafe.
Keystone Hl.ver Oelatlne lOr pa kage.
FANCY FRESH FRUIT.
Fine Navel Oranvej, nr*t Of season.
Fine Florida Orange* < xtra sweet 360
Fine. Sweet Orange* 20c dnxan.
Fancy Apple* 5c quart
Fine 5-lb. baskets Grape*
Fine Malaga Grape*.
Extra Fine Indian River Pineapples
F'resh Kalamazoo Celery 5c stalk
N'w Georgia Syrup extra quality. Just In
Hclf-Hatstng Buckwheat sc. lftc. 30c. 25c.
C A. DRAYTON GROCERY COMPANY.
G S. Van Horne. Manager.
Itrolled or Boiled.
Stewed or Fried
BLUB PO! NT and
Served all styles.
GAME IN SEASON.
Everything flrtt-ciaaa Dining rooms
LEVAN S CAFE.
RESTAURANT AND OYSTER HOUSE.
111 Congre*s street, wa-t.
NEW l.tltll)* FOR
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
New Prune* per poun*l 5c
Evaporated Apples 3 pounds for 25c
Evaporuted Aprl ots per pound 15c.
Evaporated Peache* per pound 10c.
\e*v F'lgs per pound 15e
New Currants per |Mek ige 10c
Sardines in lemon Juice (>er can 30c
',-lb cans Deviled Ham per can 10c.
3-lb cans Tripe per can 25c.
F"u!ton Market Corned Beef, m extra
fancy cut*. Just In
1- Jars Chip Beef Isc
Mustard Dressing In bottle*. 26c.
V*-lb. can* Mustard only 10c.
■l-lb. cans Peaches (Tablei 10c.
Quart cans Svrup only lOe
Wine Flavored Jellies package 10c.
7 pounds Oatmeal for 26c.
2- package t>a:mr.i| for lhc
Cheese Crackers per package 15c.
Saratoga Chips per pound IV.
Maple Sugar per pound 15c
F’iorlda oranges per doxen 25c
Delaware Grape* per basket 20c.
Nlasira Grape* per basket 9V.
Fancy King Appln*
Bananas, Limes and Lemons.
JOHN T EVANS A CO .
ronrn-i* and Barnard
IIBP'IKT* FROM V% %\| ! XFRIXOX
Th‘ Freabytrrlan. JO f>ter* St., Atlanta
<. . Jn 24. js>94
Wo F-avr JUit -rrn one of our mo-i |>rnm-
Ilnen! Atlanta c*it. who ho* been
upend iqc ueveral weeku at Huuanee
Springs He l - enraptuted with the water.
lh<* air, the climate ami Ihe place H‘
telle me of n rh*iimatb uufferer carried
to the ftprins on i Utter, after three huh-
ItiK.a wax on cru*rhea. an I In a w e k
walked without eupport. We have before
given inxtancea of the great virtue of the
water Thin aught to be. and will raptdtv
he. ,me, u popular resort with ivople of
Atlanta nnd No'th Grorgla. both for
h, tilth and I loantirr
Th* Ftiwnneo Springs Hotel and all th*
rotlHU** ire dialog on excellent b’tslnes,.
and th* number of guest* here Increase,
with each day. Tfte management is ex -
celient this season.
KITH 4 FIM Mt-'.4T TO-DAY.
Prim- Itcef. Million and Veal, toimh.
Matchless Cornet! Reef and all the deli
cacies. You con always gel the best
meats at my sta Is In the City Market
I hv* Increased my delivery wagon*,
ami am better ptepored for prompt de
liveries JOHN FUNK
Both Phone# 557.
DO VOt 44.4 YT
Spin* ribs, liackhone. the old time sau
s ige. Weetern rosats. steak*, young chick
en*. turkey? I handle all of IbD In the
best quality. Just tty everywhe e e;,e amt
then com* lo Joyce. Thta Is all I ask
My meat* have opened the eyes ol hun
dred*. They will open youre.
Phones 107. JAB. J. JOYCE.
PALMER HARDWARE CO.,
Railroad and Mill Supplies, Rubber Belting
Builders’ and General Hardware, Cutlery,
Guns, Rifles, Pistols and Ammunition.
Rope, Tinware, Stoves.
Fairbanks’ Scales. Austin’s Crack Shot Powder.
/Etna Dynamite, Fuse and Caps.
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 fail.
Bull and Congress. Branch 309 Bull St.
Phones 293. Phones 382.
arguub *or ilk.a.
PI 111.1 *II ill* I tIH IhFOIt MATIOh.
City of Savannah.
Office Clerk of Council.
Oct. 19. 1900
The following resolution adopted at u
meattng ol Council, held on the evening
of tha 17th inet . la herewith published for
tha Information of all concerned
Ry Alderman Dixon-
Resolved by the Mayor and Aldermen
of the city of Savannah in Council as
sembled, That the ordinance for the re.
naming of streets south of Anderson
street lw published for information and
:!mt Council Invite* an expression of the
views and wlehe* of the cttlxens of Sa
vannah. and particularly of thoee
residing south of Anderson at reel,
or owning property tn this sec
tion. concerning the wisdom and ex*
pediency of the ordinance, thoie view* to
be expressed hy petition or other written
communication, or orally, at the next
meeting of Council, at which time the
ordinance will be read on Ita passage.
An ordinance to re-name the streets In
the city of Savannah south of Ander
Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor
and Aldermen of th* city of Savannah
In Council assembled, concerning th
streets In the city of Savannah south ol
Anderson street, that hereafter First and
St. James streets shall be known as
Second. GlHott and St Paul street*
shall be hereafter known as Thirty,
Third. Grapevine. West Third and fit
Nicholas streets shall be hereafter known
a Thirty-third street
Fourth. Bism.irk. West Fourth and 8t
John streets shall be hereafter known us
Fifth. Buiah. Wilder. West Fifth, 8t
Michael and Brady streets shall be here
after known as Thlrty-llfth atreet
Sixth. Willow, Weet Sixth and 3
Thomas streets shall be hereafter known
a* Thtrty-alxth atreet.
Seventh and East Seventh streets shall
he hereafter known as Thirty-seventh
Eighth. Center. James and Etst Eighth
Greets shall be hereafter known os
Ninth ’tewl East Ninth streets shall be
hereafter known as Thirty-ninth str.-ea
Tenth, Church and East Tenth streets
shall be hereafter known as Fortieth
Eleventh and 1-imar streets (or avenue)
• hall ne hereafter known as Forty-first
Twelfth and South avenue streets shall
hereafter known as Forty-second atreet.
Sec. 2 Re It further ordained, that all
ordinances and parts of ordinances In
conflict with thl* ordinance are hereby
repealed. WM P BAILEY.
Clerk of Council
Hair, moss, ticking. fiber, feathers.
Our stock of new material and manufac
tured products are up to date Our reno
vattn. and remaking has delighted many
prominent resldenta Ask your acquaint
ances. Materials sent us Is picked, steam
ed. cleaned and medtcaled by modern ma
chinery. Making done by mechanics. We
coniine our work to mattresses atul bed
ding generally. We sell licking of all
kinds mo*) hair, cotton, fiber, feathera.
or any artk l* needed In maliresa line
NATIONAL MATTHEBB AND RENO-
V ATI NO CO..
Hell Thone 1136. 311 Dravton atreel.
City of Savannah.
Office Clerk of Council.
Oct, 19. I*o.
A vacancy having occurred among the
city physicians by reason of the re-lgna
tlon of Dr M. H. Levi of the Second Dis
trict. nolle* Is hereby given lhat an elec
tion will be held at the next regular
meeting of Council, to be held on Oct.
31. at X p m to fill the unexptred term
caused by the said resignation.
All applications to be filed with the
Clerk of Council af or before 12 m of
the 31st Imt.
WM. !\ RAILEY.
Clerk of Council.
SPENT AI, NOTICE.
.11 AT RECEIVED
One carload of Moyers' fine work of
Syracuse. N. 3' . open and top buggies,
the most complete line ever brought to
We defy competition on this work I
n*k the public one and all who are In the
market for end and side-spring esy*rtd
tng vehicle*, that (hey can be found at
my repoaitory. Also a full line of deliv
ery wagons, open and top; milk and biker
wagons You m ike no mistake by calling
at onrv> nnd make your selection.
MARK APPLE'S REPOSITORY.
320 Broughton street, west.
Kelly's Rubber Tires, the only reliable
tire on the market.
113 and lit Whitaker street.
Merchants' Lunch from 11:39 ro 2 p m
Everything served In ihe l>**t style Dining
rooms for private parlies or families arc
strictly private, nnd the b*s oysteis,
meat* and game are served and prepared
by a most competent chef.
lIICE MILLING, RICE KLOVH, RICE
We have anew mill with all modern
pro esse*, tied machinery, and are now
iead> for business. We solicit your pat
ronage and Invite corrvepondem*; lie
chalT free to patrons
THF. SAVANNAH men; MILL 00..
T M Cunningham. Rmntdent.
John Screven. Jr . Manager.
The former Plumbing Inspector. Cos
grove, does nol claim ho knows it all.
like *om* of the eo-cai ed master p'umb
ers. but does claim n* aid do your work
reasonable and satisfactory Give him
a call. 123 Drayton afreet. Beil Phone
113*. ‘ *
These ore choice article* An early or
der will Insure besi reliction*
EXTRA FANCY KING APPLES
SWEET. JUICY FLORIDA ORANGES.
FANCY FLORIDA ORAIPE FRUIT.
FANCY LARGE "BELL” CRANBER
RIEB. Quart 15c.
Telephone orders (both phone* No. 76*
given prompt attention.
in! s. inn a.
corner Broughton and Whitaker.
Spoons and Forks
One of the largest and most com
plete stocks in the country. Manu
Sam’! Kirk Sc Son Cos..
106 Baltimore St., East. Md.
Real Works of Art.
We have on exhibition to
day the most exquisite
pieces of Jewelry ever seen
—a triumph in the art of
goldsmithing. Absolute per
fection of design and work
manship, with combination
THE US BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Dragalata.
44'holrsntr Department. 127 Con
gress street, west., Georgia Phone
Item II More*. 133 Consrss* atreet,
oral. Hell I’honr 144. Hall and
Charlton slreetx, under Lunrds' 4r
■ enal. Hell and Georgia Phones 03.
RIDS 44 44Ti:i.
City of Savantwih. Office Director of
Public Work'. Savannah. Gu , 0.-#. u,
1309.—Bids will be received at this office
until Wednesday, Oct. 31. 190). at 12
o'clock noon, city time, for furnishing
Ned as follows
No 1 Timothy hoy. per ldft pound*; best
quality feed bran per lAt pounds; bee:
quality corn, per bushel, best quality
mixed oats To be weighed at the city
lot Envelope* to be marked "RM for
Feed '■ The city reserves the right lo re.
Ject any or all bids Rids to be opened
in the presence of bidders.
OEO M OADBDEN. Director.
I’HOI’IIM 41.S 44 44TED.
City of Savannah. Office Director of
fhihllc Work*. Savannah, Ga . Oct 24
—Healed proposal* will be receive,! at
this office until Wednswlav. Oct. SI, 1900
at 12 o'clock noon, clly time, to furnish
the etty of Savannah with euppliee until
Nov. lo Ikn All proposal* mud he mad*
on official forms, whl h can be secured
at this office on and after this date.
Envelope to he marked "Proposals for
Supplies " The city reserves the right to
reject any or nil nidi Hide lo be open
ed In the presenr* of balder*.
OEO. M GADSDEN. Director.
(Ml IMi i 4 1-11K** LIMBER FOR
ISO.Org) feet of ash. suitable for wheel,
wtights, carriage makers, car works and
Interior houte finish. Also cypres* lumber
of all size*. V.'c have resumed cutting
our famous brand# of rvpresa shingles
and will soon have a full line of them for
sale. VALE ROYAL uwi £Q.
JNO R , -
C. B ELLIS. BARRON r A
Vtc. Preside.,. Aist
The Chatham Bank
and Corporation* *“**■
Libaral favor* extended
tni n zT^,z , r ,oa
lATLHuar L 0 w,.0, ,nI 4) "t AHr K H
LY 03 DEPO|tl.
r^ f *Cne~!T'a ® OT ~ V uJU fo,
rtnt Correspondence o!felted.
The Citizens Bank
Solicit. Aeronat, of 1*41*1#..!.
Merrliant,. |„ ok . olh „ r „ *
t oilertlnna handled with
economy and illapnteli.
Interct. c0,p„„„.,, d nmmrirr .
allowed nn depo.lt. In one kv| nK .
Snfet > Depo... Homes .and (N„ r . c -
DRANTLBY A. DKYAIARK. Preside.,.
MILLS 11. LAVE. Vlee Presides!
CIEOHUE C. FREEMAN, t ashler.
OQHIMtN L. liHOOVEH. Asst, f a.hie,.
o t l no btote of Guurgki
Surp.ua and undivided profits 3e . (ta
DLCObIiOIIY OF i lib 4TATE Of
Superior facUiiin. tut transacting a
<en rq. uai.Kiug rtuslosag
Colkcilopi n.aue uo all points
a. ■'seibii (hrougn banka and bankwx,
Acvouiiu or iiq.,k7 tiaiikers. *7'
and Olhert soliutad. Safe Deposit Boim
Dspartment of Savings, interest payable
Sella sterling Bxchanga on London o
JOHN FLAVNERT. President.
HORACE A CRAVE. Vlee President
JAMES SUT.T.TVAN Cashier
FLANNKRY. WM W. GORDON
£ A . w w GORDON Jr.
H A CRANE. JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROY MYERS JOBEPH FERST
i? t. CHARLEB ELLr#
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J KIRBY
Accounts of banka, merchants, corpora
tions and ImUvtduala solicited.
Saving# Department. Iniereat paiJ
Safely Hexes and Storage Vault, tor
Collection# mad* oo oil points at raw
Drafts sold on all tbs chief cities of tbs
JOSEPH D WEED President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice President
W. P. McCAL'LEY. Cashier.
THE GERMANIA BANK
This bank offers Ita services to corpora
tions. merchants and Indlvlduaia.
Hoe authority to act a a oxeoutor, ad
ministrator, guardian oto
I map drafts oo the principal cl lss In
Great Britain sad Ireland and on the
0 t t tudl
Inter a- redd or compounded quarterly
on deposit* In the Savings Department,
SaMy Hole* for rent.
HENRY BLUN. President.
o*o w TIEDEMAN Vlo* President
JOHN M HOGAN. Cashier
WALTER F HOGAN. Aa*- Cashier.
No. IMO. Chartered. Wet.
MAC ill M
CAPITAL. MR, 8). SURPLUS. 1100.9A
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
J A O. CARSON. Rrarldmu
BEIRNE GORDON. Vie* President.
W M g> AVANT. i'ashler.
Accounts of bonks and hankers, awr
ebsD-s and ecrpora'lone received up a
the moat favorable term, consistent with
safe and conservative banking
THE GEORGIA STATE
B IILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
IS YORK STREET. WEST.
r PER CENT, per annum allowed on
o deposits, withdrawable on demand.
Intereat credited quarterly
6PEH CENT, per annum allowed on
deposits of even hundreds, withdraw
able at annual periods.
GEO. W. TIEDEMAN. President.
B. H. LEVY. Vice President.
R W BELL. Secretary.
C. O ANDERSON. JR . Treasurer
The Chatham Real Estate
and improvement Cos,
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms.
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