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LEGISLATURE OUT FOR FUN.
MEMBER* At IUPTIM. *l.l. TIIK IN-
Thr Hens* he Oratorical
f drlml l.s| Mftht —Till* 'lorninn
Ihr Solon* Mill 4io *•
lint liml Th>
t\||| Attend Mr. Slaton'* llnrheetie.
W li • scuntnr Moron Old Not Spcnk.
Atlanta Nov 2 There aas btr*;y *
quorum !n to* Hot * m-das It took three
q ,Ik n vote* and ro.l - all to ascertain
th.it t' and tt>*o only runetv .one mam.
hrwiker Little announced Ihr Cvmniit
t< on Rule*. one of thr most Important
ol It - l*.l> -f which Mr H.amn of Fttl
too s* a, m-rober
Thr ftprultrr also explained why thr
thlrtv-odi etandtng committee. of thr
Ho or would not b* announerd till Mon
day ar Turrdav of oral wttk It required
HiTO and atudy to moke 1 TOO rommltttr
assignment*. and hi- prede-. < f*<>r* tiad al-
Wftya devoted trn .lav.- t*> tnl. *l'it>
Thr members will Iravr on a fprolal
train over thr ftouihein at * o'- to- k to
morrow morning for Columbus to vlall
Ihr atrrrt fair The- House accepted Ihr
Invitation from Emory *tudrnt body to
fittmd thr oratory ti ‘Otitftl and wrnr
-Ihr color* of the college. thr orange and
hr** lllll* Intro.lurril.
Thr follow)i.it n- w Mila were Introduced
In the Hout"
My Mr Writs of Chatham To authorise
lh-- Mayor and thr AtiWmen of the rlty
of Si v atm in to it* ijulro by pur hnss- or
other* a* lands in Chatham county for
a ram- icry prai housr hospital puhlF
streets. or other m lrpot***
By Mr Howard of Baldwin—To appro
|.imu Jli*'teti IO the Georgia etatr aanim
rtutn for erecting and furnishing nrw
By Mr George of Morgan—To rrgulai*
th taking of flah In thr watars of Ihla
state for thr space of five yrare from
Ihr first day of May MI
By Mr Hitch of Chatham—To nmrnd
r<qion SB! of votumr 1 of thr rodr by
fixing n maximum bond for tax receivers
By Mr ilardwtek of Washington—To
provldr for th* rag i*t ra t ton of votrra In
this mat* for nil elections wdilrh may
occur 111 th* year next .u- --railing thr our
In aftekh thav may register.
Sraalor Bn-uu IM it Not Sprak.
firhAtor Bacon did not addrrss thr Own
oral Aaaatrthly to-day as war announced
Through *omr misunderstanding as to thr
time tha address was. to be madr. thr Sen
ou.r did not roach th* city laat night or
Ihle morning as War caponed Thr Sena
lor arrived at 4 o clock this afternoon,
and well addri-s* thr Ornrral Aesembly
next Wednesday. Nov 7. whrn thr two
tvouear ronvar.r In Join eras loti to drclare
AJa* /wall of tha election hrld for Untie 1
Blates senator thr previous day Thta
action was omlsslied In a roaolullan pr>-
Sen text tty Mr Hell of Bibb this morning
Slaton la Qlvr a Ha there..
Thr numbars of thr House, and Bmtt
hav* accaptrd invitations of Mr. John M
Blaton to attrod thr barbecue which hr
gives In honor of his brothar legislators
raxt Wednesday afternoon, ufirr they
t.av e heard Senator Bacon * iiddrrss Bp*
dal cars will be at Ihe rapltol lo earry
thr mo mb*r a lo ihr harbrrue .Senator Ba
con will probably be a guru of Mr Slaton
at Ihe same time and addrrss a few word.
to thr grntlemrn present
*oori\. AT KVBHKTT CITY.
ftrgro nraprrado %V Killed hv
Prumwlck. G.i . Nov. 2—A ahooiins rtf
fair occurred at K .*rrtt City, thta county.
alu( J o'clock Wtn#idiy night. in
which on* negro war inel.i fitly killed anil
another slightly wounded by Marfhal
Jioberr Thorpe of that place
It e*ni* that rrow*l of people wer#
In Higginbotham'* wtoon and In court#
of an argument a general tight occurred
Itobcrt Porter, the regio who war killed.
one ahot at the mamhal and an
other n*gro. whop# name I* unknown, alao
*hot at Thorp* The marshal In turn,
quickly began * hoot tug He only fired
twice, hut both bullet* hit their mnrk
The flmt ball atruck Porter Jupt above
the mouth, and he only lived a few mln
utae Th** other a hot war tired at the un
known negro, who had run out of the ra
toon and was* making hi* em ape. The
•hot etrurk him In the right h-g. but did
not r*p him. and he baa not yet been
Coroner Jenult g* of hi* city went up
to the r-ene of the shooting tht* morn
ing. and the following verdict %va* found
by the corot.or** jury, which tru nun
(Hjpe.t of C c Cronon foreman; M Ste
phens. M W. Pwtterron. U H Bennllle.
F F. Oeorg' and R D. Huney
"We. the Jury, find that the de* eavel
came to hla death from a pletol hall tire |
by Marshal Robert Thorpe, in aelf-de
MKMOMI If. TO .It IMsR TRIPP.
bapretne f nnrt One* Honor to l)t
Atlanta. Nov. —The committee ap
pointed to draw up a fitting memorial in
commemoration of the life and character
of Judge ft p Tripp, prepented it* re
port through it* chairman Judge I-ogan
Bleckley, to the Supreme Court to-day
Re*pon* for the court wa* made
through the chief Jumice whereupon the
court ordered iic the memorial and r*-
e|>onee he filed and puhlßhed In the
Georgia roporie i.d mat page of the
tmnute* be ir- r; -.1 lot e memory of the
dei eased A* a further mark of respect
the court adjourn* ! until to-morrow morn
ing at 9 o'clock
The committee appolnf*d to draft the
memorial wa* composed of th* following
gentlemen 1* K Bleckley. R I, Berner,
John Ys Hofkln* Joeeph B Cummlng.
J C C. Black B A Wt.mnrk Jonn 1
Hail Henry P McDaniel Hoke Smith.
J H Boynton C. A Turner M II Ulan
foul. Siwncer R. Atkmeon .
lOKUKH ILKHH IN rt STOPY.
Adann I'nllnl to Maltr Itetaru* of
Macon, Nov 2 —Pan Adam*, former
rlerk of Bibb Superior Court. n in Jail
here charged with failing to make any
for some guardlaothip property.
He wa* for a long time guardian for
about 12.00 b worth of property belonging to
Jam*Sh* r wood, who ha* for year* been
In the atatc upylutn.
Th* Grand Jury indicted Mr Adam* In
I*9* for failing to make proper return* to
the Court #*f Ordinary and the first time
he cam# to Macon after that wa* to-day,
when he wa* immediately arrested upon
a warrant * worn out by George Sherwood,
a brother of th*- ward R 8 Collin* wa*
Mr Abram* bondsman when he became
guardian, but Mr Collins* whereabouts is
unknown and he ha* loat nil of his prop
erty Mr Adam was formerly a power
In local politic*
British wtramer %*hore.
K*v, West Fla Nov 2—Capt. Bars
tow of tr* MHorv ltne steamer Pam
pas** whi h arrived here to day from
New York hout;d to Galveston. refort*
a large British t#m*r ashore on Ten
nene- re#-f The vessel t* apparently coal
laden Wreckers have left to give assist
| anoa -
“It is an Ui Mind
That Blows Nobody Good.
That small ache or pain or
weakness is the “ill wind "
that directs your attention to
the necessity of purifying
your blood by taking Hood s
Sarsaparilla. Then your
whole body receives good,
for the purified blood goes
tingling to every organ. It
is the great remedy for all
ages and both sexes.
Dyspepsia " ComplicAted with
6rr And st dney trouble. / suffered for
yean from dysprpuA. tuslh severe pAtns.
Hood's Sahapatilla rnede me strong enel
he Arty." t f. B. Emrrton, Auburn. Me.
M<v>4 • PtM* fur* i*r lilt th* •* irrtidtmjr *n t
•fils r*hart + * ’ *|r>4 * *•
SOUTH IN CONGRESS.
(Continued from Flpm )
jn <lf*||r.jr with h* 1
tmilhrr In Ihe rof*<-rt- md *v#iy on* of
th**m arli a* hr upon th*
of hi* nHtrhior- who *r* Inclined *o hr*ip
thr aaliMior In hi* protrot of reducing i
rpr**rnteion from h tlouth
Ih'publliin arr olfo hretn* j
rung to rralltr that Ihr nemo know that
tf thry support the Democ r.itlc il krt In
th- North, they thereby make aMHjtanr*
doubly mire that there will )** no change
In condition* aou'h of M uon and Dixon r
line They are beginning o realise that [
th* n*grn in* the North imist \ote the
Republican ticket or play Into thr handa
of hl auppo*ei| enemies, whether his sup
posed frlensl* make an effort to help hie
gsaathern brother or whether they ignore
him a* they have done ever since 1*92.
\o l honor of Paaeage.
Rven If * strenuous effort Is made to
reduce representation, there Is no chance
whatsoever of the hill becoming a law
during tha short session of r*ongreaa Dem
ocratic e*nalor* would surely talk It to
death and their Republican colleague*
would not rare a rap because of tha fail
ure of th bill Rven if the neat rongree**
is not Demerratic. It will h~ too bus> with
the brown men In the Philippines, the
black mm in Tort Hlro and Cuba. nnl
schemes for domestic legislation to l
vote ary attention to the troubles of the
The llnsls of Hepreaea tafloa.
There has been some talk that the ap
port ion rrurvt would be so made as to <wus*‘
a reduction In the Southern represent at lor.
without ream ting to the power giver* m
the constitution Rut that Is Impossible,
also The population of Arkansas. Flor
Ida. Mtssteatppi West Virginia, ar.d Tew
aa ha# Increased to such an extent that
no matter what ratio is adop*#d. they wl.l
each gain one vote In the House Virgin a
la the only one that will suffer n loss Thl
gain and loss would result from the use
of BSO.OOO as the minimum number, which
any district might contain If a higher
ratio were used. Ohio would lose one rep
resentative. and that alone is auffl tent
guarantee that the ratio will not b* over
000.000 That ratio saves loss In three
Northern and three Southern states an
follows Indiana Ohio and Vermont.
tucky. Maryland and South Carolina Tf
my higher ratio Is used, the loss will he
s stand off If any lower h* used. Missouri.
Texas and probably Georgia would gain
one representative eprh. but the Northern
states mentioned would have to be con
tent with the number they now have
Igooked at from any point of view the
project to reduce representation from the
South, sterns bourM to suffer an early
and ignominious death
Wll,l. EMPLOY I MU' YE*.
Chung* In ( nmiimlnx Room ol
Align*!* Nov. 2.—J*rom* Jonr’ of At
l*ni ii* wrll known 10.t.10r among Iti*
laboring men of the *u:e. penl to-diiv
lo AtignMa. nnel hiJ i-omulUlWn with
Ihe bualnea* mnnagemerl of lh 4'hronl
ele. which re ilt<l In the Throntrle t>..-
comhig 10-nleM o I'nlon oltlee. It h.i*
lieixi it long time alnce Ihe Chmnlrle ha
ontlnc.l it? *niplo>mem to memher* ol
the Typi'gritphl'Xil I'nlon. though II b.t*
ilwxya had *<>me union men on It* com
poMug force Beginning bvilffhl |i .igre. .
to em|iln\ onl> union mm The announce
ment In* been receive*! with (getnire hv
che lateir union* of Ihe city, unci Jerome
Jones la being congratulated on nil *ili *
for Ihe eklll wish which he manage! the
l*El. EVAVI in I* %I'O*TA.
Making Pinna for Cnmlng Hennlon
of the \ eternoa.
Augualn Nov 2 —Hen t-|ement A
Bvatta nrrlvcrl from Atlanta thla after
noon. ntul I* the gueat of Judge and Mm
William F Kve
(.en Evan* I* here to gra the variou*
committee* of the reunion and to further
perfect nutter* pertaining to the re
The (Jen*ral aiatre that Che reunion
promlaet lo be the niiil aucccaaful ot the
(Jeotgio reunion* Everybody (a Hiking
about It and looking forward to the date
fjen Evan* will return lo Atlanta Mon
day. but will be one of the tlrat to arrive
In Auguata on Nov 14
C'AHOLIA % K AIII % Ci rrRM.
White Carpenter Killed l>> southern
ColumbU. B C Nov 2 —The Bt.ice Kalr
ended ;o-.liy In three day* Ihe (Mild en
trance* reached about (31.000. Wednoadoy
and Thuraday the elutrlc street railway
haul.d (I.WO iwople. There an not a aln
; gle light and not a caa* of pocket-pick
ing The (air wa* the heal that ha* ever
j Ven held
Major Thoma*. 2S year* old. n white
inrpenler. was atruek hy o Bouthern
p.i**enger train He was coming to Co
lumbia on ihe Oongaree bridge fl r.d mu and
not outrun the engine Thoma* was pi k
ed up and carried to the hospital, but
died in a few mlnuce*.
Mullins W 1* nikMIKUBD.
He la the Clan Who WaNcted Cos Kilt
t.atea anil llrlmaon.
Chicago. Nov ? P I Morrla. who wa*
crreeled two week* ago on a charge oi
aeeklng ihe live* of John W Cate* of Ihe
American Steel and Wire Company, an I
i W. O Brlmaon general man-igcr of the
Kan*.i* City and Southern, wow discharged
from cuatody to-day. Attorney* repta
arming the complainants appeared '.n
court and slated that Mr Hate* and Mr
Brlmaon did not care to further proaccute
the caae and and. slr*d the prlaoner dla
Pile* Cared Wllliont the Knife,
Inching Blind. Bleeding or Protruding
Pile* Your drugflat will refund your
money If Paxo Ointment (alia to cure you.
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1900.
Ml Mi\s OF f'Oflla WBUIILH
October He*V fbr lt**ir(l la
1 r m icraturr.
There rlo*** not n-fm to be nny thdtCA
rlon of in immeiiite hre.ik In the warm
spell. November is but two days okl er*l
has n eicess of 2> rlerces in tempera
ture Yepter<|a> was 13 tlcfrfft anei rt
the average Mercury reachJ iu degrees.
Its rmiximum point .n*l did not get below
*7 degrees A year -tgo yeaterday the |
minimum was fJ degrees
The yrer •< tar h.- been a rather un- I
usual one In the way of temperature.
For ten months the total excess t tm
|erature | Jl*i tegre* on iverage excess
of two deirNv i day The mean tem
perature it-• month a.s tnr
with one ex cptiott In the history of the
Weather liur*au I> laSl. Ocioia-r went
on* d*gr> • higher The average ro tin
temperature for O* tober fr thirty yejts
hue !e-n ;7 drgre. m The O loher record
since I*7l. taken from the Weather Bu
reau r* |*>rt: is n- follows
1071 .00 1880 *;
U IW7 .. ♦
IXT3 03 IKWt M
1*74 6*> l*<t .... M
\m ... \h%) 7
I*7o 02 I*9* 03
1*77 60 Iff*2
107* .. 67 IKC 6*
1*79 70 1094 M
IROo 66 \m 66
I**l 73 I*ol *7
I*o3 70 1198 6*
1006 * il } 1801 72
While last monn wa hot |t was alg>
n w*t month The rainf.ill of 6*7 Inches
was something ov* r *w- in he. .ibove the
overage The October rainfall it Savan
nah for thirty yearn is follows
I*7l 3 4*) I*o6
1072 3 r. I*o7 4 11 !
1*7.1 1.09 IM* 6 *1
: . IP* 0 31 I
1*76 2*7 I*oo 4 12
I*7o 9 45 1091 2.46
1*77 6.87 I*o2 M 2
I*7* 2 54 1096 6 91
U 79 3 *7 JS94 1.71
16*0 6 S* 169: 1 11
UOl 272 1*96 099 |
4 m 14*7 o*7 |
1 41 lt*g 4 4*
10M 229 1609 3 I
1086 .7 67 19*) 6. *7
There were twelve e ear days during Oe
tobrr. six partl> cloudy and thirteen I
DIED l\ % IMll.lti kliop.
Winter Xeahlt Dead Before lie Could
Huy a Tlekel.
Winter Neehlt n porter of the Plant
B>stam depot 4t*d suddenly yesterday
morning at in o'cloc k in a policy writer a
•hop at Reynolds street and Perry street
lane where he had gone to pur'base a
ti ket Neshtt hod been on duty all of
the morning and secured p*rmieelon to
go up the street for a few minutes He
went Into Ihe shop and salt down near the
door, but before he could get hie ticket
the proprietor of the place -uw his hea I
fall forward on his hreast He went to
the man and raised his head to Inquire
what was the matter but Nesblt was
dead In the hand of the dead man was
found the seriew of numbers that he was
about to play and a superstitious tlarkv
that made the dlarovery ImpiedUtely took
the numbers and played them himself
Whether they won or r.ot t* not known
Coroner Ooette was summoned u- soon ns
possible nn<| made an exarnlnntlon Tbe
body was taken to hts ostablmhment. but j
later turneil over to the dead inor/s rela
AT TMF TIIFATnR
llrannlfli Drsnintlf Company Will
Open Monday %ight.
The Hrcttjnig Dramatic Company will
open •* five nlgms* engagement at th**
Theater Moteiay tugrnt The opening plav
is "Credit Lorraine The i.ihpanv is
wattl to be one of the best repertoire com
pgnies of the dfy It is made up of rts|m-
Me nitons, and Is strongly barked Dally
matine** will bo given iturlng the week
after Monday The company will play at
TO FORC F* 41 MMV 11*00100.
Itnrhers' * Committee line Hnd One
Hu rle r %rrrefed.
The committc of Roes BarM'rs who arc
moving to enforce the Sunday closing lw
so far as barber shop** go snare out a
warrant yesterday in Justice Nauffhtln's
Court agsinwt II Gordon, proprlet r o. , t
shop on Jefferson street ch.irgliM him
with violating th* Sunday clewing liw
He gave bond fo; his appearance be fere
a higher court.
TO n lE 4 rol.o N ME DtY.
Taka taixallva Broma Quinine Tablat*.
All druiilat* rafunl ttw money tf It fall*
fo cur*. K W. Orova's alttnatura la on
*ach box <- -ad.
UPErCIYI. NOTH ID.
SI’KI I %l. NOTICE.
If you want your work done properly
and reasonably, rail on Former Plumbing
inspector Cosgrove, 123 Drayton street
Hr dors nol estimate by guesswork, like
some wo Ihink they ar* tdutnaers.
THE BEAT UK FA'.
If you erant the flnest roasts, nr steaks,
or lamb, phone 1173. Hi-otl Ar Davis, stalls
7 and F. market They swell supply you
D— pt pork roasts Poultry. Brains
NOTICE TO W A IKH TAKKRg.
Offiie of Savannah Water Works.
Hitv.inn.rh. Os.. Nov 2, 19uo
The water will hr shut off to-day. Sat
urday. Nov 3. nnd remain off for several
hours, In that section of thr city as fol
low* On Eighth street rum Whitaker
lo East Hro.nl street.- on Lincoln street
from Sixth street to Eighth street
I U. KINSEY. Superintendent ’
MOPH i .
All bills again*! Swedish bark Norrs
kenet must be presented at my office be
fore noon to-day. or payment will be de
barred HENRY JUCHTBB, Agent.
w II t OF cm RUE IT'* so.
Everybody t> the best inents In
the rlty arr to hr hail at my stalls
In the rlty mnrUel. Wlmt everybody
says must hr so. To-day Prime Meet,
Mutton nnd Vral. I.nmb. Fork, Matrh-
Irss Corned Beef. etc.
Hoth phones AST. JOHN FINK.
the W AY TO CLEAN CARPETS.
The only way to get your rarprts prop,
erly taken up. cleaned utid taken care of
for the summer Is to turn the Job over to
the District Messenger and Delivery Cos;,
telephone I. or call at 32 Montgomery
street and they will make you an esll.
mate on Ihe • ost of tire work Prices
reasonable They also pack, move and
store furniture and pianos
C H. MEDLOCK. Supl and Mgr
Al bills against the It il.st hitk Mirla
Laura must he presented <t our office be
fore 13 o'clock m this day. or payment
thereof will is- debarred
BTRACHAN A <Y>. Consigner!.
Bavgnnab, Ga. Nov. 3. IRAK.
TEiTIFt TO THE H’OXDF.HFI I.
Y ICON V IIE MMAYEK *FRI>
MATCH O\EH I'HAT lATOLEHA
ULE DISK AIE Kt ZCM t.
% Minrltm* 4 nra—R*a*.
Huwanre Hprtnir* Company, Suwante
<4*ntl*m*n—l know 'hat you racalv* nu
m*rou laattmonial* having read several
original* myealf while at the spring* but
r I promlted. I wish to express my sratl
tude for tlie benellt riuw .nee Springs
Iter ha done my Utile child. I am
fairly well known In Bavennah. and In
vite inquiry from any one who may be
skeptical In resard to tbit As you re
member, 1 carried my linle one when
..bout six months old on a plllww to Bu
nt.. t. ol been .altering with K< •
irmi from infancy, and. at the time 1
rn.ot her rn’tro hody wax a muse of erup
tion from rhat annoying and Intolerable
dlsewe- Ex. m. I tried Buwenee a* a
la t resort with very little fallh in It then.
i> she had been tr*'cl by phvslrlaps
here from her birth wlthou' aucees* Af
ter remaining there from three to four
week* the result wa# wonderful and
every stsrn of the iJlsea#* disappeared,
leaving her sk.n ..ad < umyl*ion as fair
aid soft a any infmt'* I have refrained
from riving this testimonial up to this
time, as I desired to wait ar.d waleh the
result, so I could know If the cure was
permanent, and now. after about two
v.-ar* since her visit. I can truthfully say
she has never had the slightest return of
the d-.sejse I'se this letter ns you see lit,
and I hope II may be the means of reliev
ing some other sufferer as I am sure If
they go lo the spring* or drink the water
at home is will positively cure them 1 took
my little one >o the springs because at
that lime the water qras not bottled for
th> market, and I am very glad to know,
therefore, that it Is now for sale gener
ally os I um confident It will prove a
wonderful benefactor to mankind You*
truly WM DIERS
All you can drink for S cent* at Uvlng
Beat in Tone,
Brat in Durability,
near In htyle and Elalah.
CELEBRATED THE WOULD OVER.
NONE AO GOOD.
Two of These Mnqnlllrent Planoa to
Be sold at
'AICTIOA NOVEMBER 8,
C. H. DOHSF7TT S.
22 Congress street, west.
TO BE SOLI* TO
TBE HIGHEST BIDDER
DIBC Ot NT NOTICE.
TOY WILL IAYB
TRN TBtR CENT.
■ y geylng iter blit* en ar be
fore tb* IBIb leal.
A M. LEVY A RRO.
all i7n iim aten.
For this delicacy, end other sea
si noble dishes (hot are not served
elsewhere, corn* here.
OYSTER*, from Gulf end Northern
meters, LORBTEH* and 44 AME a spe
Prepared hy the best rooks In Ihe
South. Fonltlessly served.
THE GEM CAFE.
GEO. C. BCHW 4 HZ. Proprietor.
ELF.I TION NOTICE.
City of Havant.ah. Office Clerk of Coun
cil. Nov 1. lUO) A \a-ancy having oc
curred In the office of keeper of the Lau
rel Grace f’.metery nolle* Is hereby given
and In a ordu.ice with a resolution of
Council adopted Oct (1. ibs. an election
will be held at th next regular meeting
of Council, to I'* he and on Wednesday. Ihe
tfth Inst . al s p m lo tilt ihr unex
pired term All application* to hr hied
with Ihe clerk of Council al or before 12
m of the 14th Inst. Bond of (I.UCB re
quired Name* of two bondsmen must ac
company the application
W 11-1.1 AM P BAILEY.
Clerk of Council.
11l Y ONLY THE IIEXT' GINGER ALE.
The best Is Ihe Wneeler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale. made by Wheeler A Cos.,
of Belfast. Ireland from the ceiehrat-d
Croma. ttprlngs of that city These
springs are the proiwrty of Whoe.er A t o.
h-nce no other Ginger Ale manufacturer
In Ireland h.i those w.u-r.t bin them
selves The Wheoler Ginger Ale Is made
(torn pure Jamaica Ginger Root and not
from Ited Pepper, a* other* are, one Is
deleterious— the other Is a tonic.
For Healthfulne** and Purliy the cele.
brated Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ale Is Ihe best
1,1 PI'MAN BROTHERS.
Sole Southern Agents. Savannah. Ga.
AT 4* A HUNK If'A.
If I am not your butcher I guess In
your neighbor's If you do not eat the
good things that he does. It’s your fqult.
1 have a special order of Western roasts
and sieakr plump fowls, barnyard ducks,
geese. M S GARDNER
P 8 Remember the delicious Corned
Beef made especially for my Ira le
AT JOYt K'N TO-MORROW.
Get everything good lo eal al Joyce's
two stores to-morrow Only the best
meals handled Kresh Iruit* and vege
tables Fanny groceries.
Phone 107 JAMES J JOYCE
P 8 —R-mrnihcr Ihe famous sausages
Remember the famous coffee.
Oysters In all styles lo your ordtr
Meals lo order. Meal tickets which en
able you to live with me cheaper than at
home JOE CHANG. Prop.
San Yrancls o Restaurant.
114 Drayton street
Savannah. Os . Nov J. IN*
Neither Ihe master, owner* nor cog
slgnee of the Rrltlsh steamship Plates
will be responsible for any debt* con
tracted by the error. PURDY*
1.K0H1.1 A NTATK .* L.ANNOf I A TION.
Deposit stuck Department.
Holders of this class will please a-nd In
p.<-s books for laat quarters' Interest. *;
rate of 5 per cent, per annum to be en
£. W. BELL. Secretary,
DOOR CHECKS AND SPRINGS
The most effective check on the market. Every one
guaranteed. For sale by
PALMER HARDWARE CO.
Bay and Jefferson Streets,
KODAKS and GRAPIIOPHONEB
PHOTO. SUPPLIES and RECORDS
EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES SI.OO,
that others charge $2.50.
Save your life, save a trip to Hot Springs, by taking
Cures when nil remedies fall.
Bull nnd ConureAß. Branch 300 Bull .SI.
Phoue.A 29.1. Phones 382.
Now King Apples per peck N*
Choice Baldwin Apples per quart &e.
New Malaga Ompes per pound 30c.
Cape Cod Cranberries per quart 15c.
Fancy Leman* per dosen 10c.
Bantoga Chips per pound 2tc
Small Pig Hama p*r pound 12V*e.
Three Cana Corn for 25c.
Three Can* Pea* for 25c.
Six Pound# Loose Buckwheat for 2Se.
Seven pounds Boiled Oatmeal only 25c.
Three-Pound Can* Peaches only loc.
Minced Ham. two pounds for 25c
Two-Pound Package Oatmeal for 10c.
Sweat Pickles, per quart. 25c
Java Coffee, parched, per pound. 25c.
Fllne Blend Mix Tea. per pound. 50c.
Flap Jack Flour, per package. 15c.
JOHN T EVANS & CO.
Congree* nnd Barnard Streets.
Two Fore. No 2*6
Wholesale and Retail DragNlats.
Wholesale Department. 12T Coa
llteas afreet, west. Georgia Phone
Retail Afore*. INS Congree* atreel,
meat. Hell Phone 144. 801 l aad
Charlton afreet*, under Guards' Ar
senal. Hell and Georgia Phone* On.
Hair, moss ticking fiber, feathers.
Our stock of new material aid manufac
tured products ar* up to <iat. Our reno
vating and remaking haa delighted many
prominent resident* Ask your acquaint
ance* Material* sent u* I* picked, steam
ed. cleaned and nudl'aled by modern ma
chinery Making don* by mechanics. We
confine our work to matlres.ee ar.d bed
ding generally. We tell ticking of ail
kind* moss, hair, cotton, fiber, (either#,
or anv attL It needed in maitress itne
NATIONAL MATTREBS AND RENO-
V ATI NO CO
H*l! Phone 1136 .Ml Drayton #tr*<M.
omc* Fir* Department.
Savannah, (it , Nov 2. lW
Rids for furnishing tn.s department with
.love coal tr. qu.inlttte* of one ton or more
at each delivery and In quantities of six
ton* per mot.lh. more or less, and for fur
nishing steam coal a* desired, the order*
for the latter being regulated by the
amount consumed ot fires, will be receiv
ed at the office of the undersigned until
Monday. Nov. 5. at 12 o'clock noon
The commttlec reserve# the right to re
ject any or all bids.
JOHN E MAQtrjRE, Bupt.
112 and 114 Whitaker street.
We are now prepared to serve Ihe finest
meals, oysters and game. Caterers for
wedding parties, german*, banquets and
Agents for imported Wuerghurgre Hof
Brau. Phone TlO.
ah and cyphers limber for
150.000 feet of ash. suitable for wheel
wrights. carriage makers, car works and
intetlor house nidsh. Al*oc>ptess lumber
of all slier We hav* resumed cutting
our famous brands of cypress shingles
and will soon have a full line of theqi for
sale. VALE ROYAL MFO CO
UONDR ESBCI TED.
By the American Bonding and Trust
Company of Baltimore We are author
ise] to execute locally (Immediately upon
application), all bond* In Judicial pro
c ceding* In either the atatc or United
Btates Court*, and of administrator* and
DEARINO A HULL. Agents.
Telephone 324. Provident Building
WALL PAPBB, PAPER HANGING.
We emery complete assortment of t*t<wt
style papers, and employ only beet artlata
Be* our goods and get our ttsilmai# be
fore giving out your work Our prices tbe
SAVANNAH BUILDINO SUPPLY CO.,
Corner Dreyion and Congree*
PAINTS, 4IL. VARNISHES: WALL
Get our prices on the best goods
for yonr hnlldlng.
ANDREW HANLEY COMPANY.
Neither the master nor consignees of
Ihe British steamship Cunaxs. las-khert.
master, will he responsible for any debts
contracted by crew of said vessel.
J F MINIS A CO . Consignees
Ol R CLIENTS
Loan money at six per <j*nt. on real
BECKETT A BECKETT.
Attorney* at Law and Conveyancers.
Bright, large, juicy, sweet
fruit. Dozen 30c.
KING APPLES. large,ripe,
sweet, delicious Iruit.
GRAPE FRUIT to go to>day
INDIAN RIVER PINE
APPLES. large, fully
ripe: each 15c
The S. VV. Branch Cos.,
Cor Broughton ar.d Whitaker
Spoons and Forks
One of the largest and most com
plete stocks in the country. Manu
Sam'! Kirk & Son Cos..
106 Baltimore St., East, Md
And olher* reuinnz noun*hro*nt . on ob
tain th* HARVARD Pl.’RB BEER of all
HENRY SOLOMON & SON
shh hoods ji vr tit r t Tri*
New California Prune*, lurge. Jc lb.
New Jordan Shelled Almonds Me lb.
New Evaporated Apricot* 15c lb.
New Dried Peeled Peach** 15. lb.
New Dried Fla* only 15c lb.
New Pineapple Che*-*e She e h
New Early Juno Pea* (extra ) I<V\
New Dried Fig* only in. and 15c lb
We have a full aupply of Cos umhla River
Salmon—loc, I2*nc an.l lo per can.
Sardlnee, ij box**, i* fl*h to box. 26c.
New Codrlah lrtc per packagi. three pack
age* lor 2Sc.
* cake* Octagon Soup and I oltle Rlue for
7 . akc* Clrcu* So,.p and Pottle Blue 15c.
New Evaporated Apple* !< parka*,
tlelatlne 7r package four p.i kagea for Jjc.
t'ox'a . lei, line Isc park air
Keyatone Sl.ver Istla.li e 1 pa kage.
FANCY KREBH/J RUIT.
Fancy Florida Tomato** | basket
Fin* FlorMj Orange*, e ira *wet.
Fine Sweet Orange* 'Jbr dozen.
Fancy Apple* Sc quart |
Fine 5-lb. ba*ket* .imp..
Fin* M .lag . drape*. J
Extra Fine Indian ’ I,*r Pineapple*
Ifi cent* I
Freeh Kalamazoo Cl*i I be eialk
New freotgia H>rup. -i.J . quality. Ju*t In
Self- Rateing Huckwhei.l
C. A DRAYTON OROffIRY COMPANY.
O p Van Horr Manager.
ELKI Tilth .OTICB.
city of S\ tnnah. (y^ ce Clerk of Conn,
cli, Nov 2. 11**1 —A * icancy having oc
curred among thw chl'iney contra, tor*. In
accordance with rehlutlon of Council
adopted O-t 31. lb* 1 . igice i* hereby given
tl . an el*. Mon wll Jb> held ai th* next
r. il.ir meeting of Jt.in.-11, to br held on
W .dne*da> the 1411 mt.. at * p m . to
All th. unexptr. I tJn. All apf.llcatlon*
to he tiled with the, Tl- rk of Council at or
before 12 m of the f h ln*t Bond of |V*i
required Name* t,o tmndemen mint
accompany the ay Jk-atlon.
SV'II /jam r BAIUEY.
J Cl*rk of Council.
All hill* again \be Hrltl-h tramh.p
AMeregate, W’llll* Jma*ter. mull he pre
vented a. our ont.'j before 12 o’clock thi*
day or payment (lame will be debarred
w W’lLfl /f. Agent. Cooxlgnee.
Bavgonah, (ia.. Ijy, j.
LEOPOLD ADLER. JNO R t, ,
President. rt a, ’
C B ELLIS. BARRON Car7i a
Vie* Pres Idas t asm c. s, r R
The Chatham Bank
WIU be pleased to tacriv. , h , a.eou,
*f Merehants Firms. Individuals. L .n '
1 Liberal favors extended.
interest compounded Qt art, q.
LY ON DF.PUIIT6.
Safety Deposit Box.. .„d Vault, ts.
rent Correspondence solicited. *
Tree..*,. . Gewre, Hsasu,
Rollrlt. trrnnnts of Indlvldua,,
Mere bant a, Hs.k. . nd fo
full Tritons handled with
rronomy and dlspntrh
Interest, compounded qnortcu
allowed on deposit. In oar Rovi.„.
Rafe|> Drposlf Hoses nnd Rto
IIH6NTLEY A DENMARK, Prs.i*,,,
MILLS It. LANE, tire President.
GEORGE r. FREEMAN, fnahler.
GORDON L. GROOVER. A**t. rashis,.
of tbe titatc of Georgias.
Surplus and undivided proflta ( x*
UEFOWTOIIV OF 1 IU. oTATJC o*'
Superior facilities (ot transacting a
'AfllUdt tiitllAUlK Builr.ffl
■ none made ou ail points
*■ lesslble through banks and bans,:*
Actounta oi Banks, Hauksta. Uti,
and others aoUUied. dale Daposkt Item
Department of Ravings. Interest payskls
Bella Sterling Exchange on Lendoa 0
JOHN FLANVFRT. President.
HORACE A orane. Vies Prealder.t
JAMES SUI.t.TVAV r.hler
JNO FLANNKKY. WM W. GORDON
E A WEIL w R- GORDON Jt.
H_A CRANE. JOHN 51 EGAN
LEE ROY MYERS JOSEPH FERRT
H P SMART. CHARLES ET.I.r
EDWARD KELT.T TORN T KIRBT
Account* of banks, merchant#, torpors,
non* and UxUvhluala soltclied.
Savings Lspaitmsni, tr.i*r*st ps:4
Hsftty Bcxss and Storage Vault* for
Collection* male oe all points at rs*.
Drafts sold on all th* chlel cuts, ef tha
JOSEPH u WEED Presldeot.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vk* Freeldsi.u
w f. McCauley, cashier
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided pr. .Hts 60.60S
This bank ollsre Its servlcaa to corpurs
lions, merchun # and Inulitduals
Has atnhorlty to set sa axecutsr. ad
mlnlotrator, guardian etc
Issure drafts on the principal cities in
Great Britain and It eland and un tb#
Cur tn -ML
Inter-ei pssld or compound'd quarterly
•r dep sit* In tbe Savings Department
Safety Boxes for rent
HENRY HI.UN, P-eeM-nt.
OEO W TIEDEMAN Vine Pres lent
JOHN M HOGAN, Cashier
•WATTFR F HOGAN Ass', Cashier.
No 1640. Chort*r*l, UK
Mf Alls Mill II
CAPITAL. Ml . o*. SL KPLL'B, F.b.JA
I NITED STATES DEPOSITORL
J A. O. CARBON, i t'a-ld t.
It El It NE GORDON, \ Ire Preai lent
W M DAVANT. ' artiler.
Aecounta of lArk* and hnr.ker*. mer
chant* and corpora Mon* received op •
tha moat favorable term* cor>l*t*nt Itk
n/e and conwrvatlv* binkln*
THE GEORGIA STATE
Bt’ILDINO AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
15 YORK RTREF.T. WEST.
C PER CBNT. per annum aUo ° n
0 deposit*, withdrawable on demand.
Interest credited quarterly.
6 PER CENT per annum uli**wi i °
deposits of even hundred*, withdraw*
abie at annual periods
GEO. W riEDEMAN. Preldent.
B. H LEVY, Vice Preiidenl.
E W BELL. Secretary.
C O ANDERSON JR . Treur*r
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Cos.
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms
lo Kemper Piisiir
s'or aale. a Foraltb Newspaper Fo .let;
will fold aheet Sat* It k In good ota * r
Price COO It enat originally C.IOO. *’
we hav* tw ue# for It and want th# roe™
It will be an iaraluabi# adjunct u> •
IF TOU WANT OOOD MATERIAL
•od work, oraer your lithographed 1
printed *tllooery and blank book* fro "
Morning New*. Savannah. O*.