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WRIGHT’S DISPENSARY BILL
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J’opnln lon—lll I1 in Mi*pril \nii-nil
iiti-nt to lilt- -lock !.■ —Mi-n.urr
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M•• vcillrlll in *lnl.c liivumncc I nm
■••■ln*. !■ 11.-po-H lrllcrcil
Inalcnd l < •••■■•nil llnml*.
A - hi • N-- Ml M right of Fl*" !
I, I, .j, ; . 4 '-i-Mil Ihh n*>ri
Ing rnl li 4P referred in the Temoer
m - , , mmliiee
|i pr.. t ** ,ir; imcrdmeni in th, In i
nik I I •' .11 1 Ci*M tn tl.o-•• ‘" ■
)va\ir.g c;ii*s of S.'*** population and up
vitr<L th* right to vote on th** qi* ‘t;*n
rt - *abii**h i g db .tens rv. if
and* fc re
T all m'h an c.e non 1’ would r u' i,:
i.; i-tt-ni i *f the qualified voter- of tl
county a a now provld***! tn tf < l * H *•:
tson law , ari the ordinary •• * ‘ rmit
such qua till tlon* In the event ‘tor
dispensary * erne th* m*vor o i **t..
cil of m h *lt • I w '- -r i
elect thr** citizens to -tv.- n '.ispens.iry ;
commleslonet • or.- for •• + *> ? one for
two anl tno other for Tnr* ' The.r hu*-
t'Ettf.ir* ar** To ho *1 for * nrr** year* 'ird
th* two h* M over *cmmi loners ar** to j
t hair *e I* non o h . -nflrmed or re Jo. t
rd by the mavm m l cour* l
Tno $!•(> n.- irv n ii: be inalnlalned
or.lv in the hr** limit* •-! >u • ci>. In the
iantral portion and maiie.;* ; i* to h*
* who ."fri.l give, a I- ' M * t**>' 1
the* comm *!• n-t-h to fix hi* rompeniw
lion Al’ bill* fr i quor are to be paid
bv tne *:r \ - irt>i-iirt r or vou-heri from
the comrrv ior.er ami the revenue la to
, : .. Ity treaau
Wmi I* lh** Pure TMtilf
The stock I* to U‘ tnabiM from ime
to time b> i *.mpeir*ni > hrtnlM are! r *
sold In quantities lesr> thnr • pin* rot
to be drunk on the premise* Th* dispen
►aty 1 to n main open from to
* inset The mana*r :*h*U .-ell only for
ash Payment by the city "hill be r* -
for impute or unwhol* ome liquor r
m* and the dispensary commissioner*
No I.* .o r,4 1 t. fa il to pi ra ne t,*
eel ig ii .. either law ful y r un!awfull>
and tha profile on any liquor* are n t
to ex*ei> •> per cent No ioltertnK
around the premia* te allowid
The <lipenairy < inmien to re eh* l
make an annual report to ibe ami
f'ouncll of mich dry on or before the first
day of February In each \*ar *h**wlni
the re< elp** ijjd exp* n e* ,f th** olepen
*ary for th* calendar year pr 'ding and
the amount of ne profits, if any Such
net ptoflle. If tnv. h-hall *o to paying th*
exjien** of the city, tnen to the estab
lishment of hornet for dependent children
and the remainder thereof n* divibd l*
tween the sty and county in jmopinion
to the population of each. The part ,
awarded to the county hoi. b* iiat-i over
by the city treasurer to the county treat*
nrer and ma\ be opproprlated to any pur- ,
p< se that th** county au'horltlet- may law
fully appropriate m**t < y for.
I ’•* r *<MI • Not l.llkild*'
No perv*n b *M ng any * fflc* or position
of any kind under th** charter or ordl*
n.mcew of such c.ty or county shall
eligible to be chosen as a dispensary com
mies oner or manager of dispensary dur
Ing the time for which he was elected to
such off! e or position a tel oil persons
ho-eras dispensary com m s?*loners or
as managers of dispensaries shall for the
time for which they are * h*s**n and for
the term of ore year thereafter, be Ineli
gible to election to any office or poaltlon
under the charter nr ordinance* of such
city or In said county, provided, that die- j
penaary comm ** oners and the manager *
of dispensaries may be always re.e|ec**<l
ccmmw**trtners or managers reapactlvelv, !
The dispensary eommlestoners shall be
paid for their servi es such sums as the
Mayor and Council shall determine, which
shall not he less thin sl*d per annum
The bill is r.o* to operate In countie?
where prohibition now obtains either by
high Hce-se or local option
To Repeal New Stork Ijs.
Mr tlawklns of fjordon Is seeking to
repeal the st> k law a t of Walk r of
I‘nlcn. |*assed .<? the Last s- aalon This
w* an nmendment to s*cf.o. s 177* and
? •,. m) .• *1 proaldad that m • •
nt i district - u and vo * tor t -to k
Itwr. that such d!**:r t • suld t*e fen<*-d
off from i IJolrdrg ll*trl ts tha* *1 1 not
h >v* th*- st*. k lnw
Mr. Hawk n*- ?ays that this would Inflict
o hit l"Mp wi • Lit f iir’S 1 out
Fu’* iermor. p* r i-n of the i t 1-
h tmpere.l by the fa, t that the me .sure
* airied with It no provision ns t* who
should do the fencira ml. hence. i>. t<*
aH intents and purpo-e i dead letter Mr
Hawkins says th*" people in his e t.on
nr. rt(>posed to the law and therefore, he
has introduced his measure to repeal it
Tf Ntp IVnvlnti Frauds.
Mr Harvard of f>ooly < bana**d his mind
nbrtut introducing hts pension bill until It
was seen whether a constitutional conven
lion would be calle*l or no' as he sent
It forwwrd this morning when hts countv
was call* and Mr Harvard's measure seek?*
to weed out frauds In the pension lists
and especially In the indigent class. He
says there were lnetancss where pension.
er have deeded their property to their
wive- and daughters In order that they
might b put on the Indigent pension ilst.
H?- remedy is for th*- grand Juries to rec.
otnmend su'-h ci.itm** from their several
counties, and that the \ be not allowed bv
the t*enston commission tiniest so recom
\\itnt Heaistrre| ttnnl.
Ina’ea 1 of the coupon b*>r>‘is now de
posited in the trstuury hy insurance, fld* l
ity and other companies. Senator Kill*
wants registered imrids in order -that the
treasurer may he more completely pro
tfeted from any chance of los" by theft
Of thee couprm bonds there are about
urt worth now on deposit If they were
stolen they could he u***d nlm<*M as r* <K*
ly as cash ly the thief who stole them
ff*gietered bonds could only he disposed of
nfter a record of the trar.s** tlor. had been
duly made It w s on tb,r account tha
Mr. Kills this morning introduced his bill
tequ>nng the substitution
%uu M*t*i’• gollritorahlp.
The Augusca Pity Court sollc|tori*hip
fight Is still on. Gov. Candler stating to
by that he had noT yet been able to
make up his mind, as the mi’ter was the
most perplexing that has com*- before
him thb \e*r. The Governor sent in a
bn h of n<>minatkn to the Sen it* this
morn ng but they were not acted upon
nt to-day’s session. The Augusta soil**!-
torship was not among them.
\VII,L MOVE lIHI MHIVk BODY.
To fie Transferred From Oakland to
West \ lets Cemetery.
Atlanta Nov .S —The remains of Leioijt
Ti -tnio M Brumby will be remove*! from
tusk an 1 c #m***rv In a few da'* to West
Tn* hrd of the h*ro of Manili will be
t*k#*n w those of other members of the
Brumb- family, from the present lot of
the Bf'imHv* at Oakland. Just as noon as
arrangemeris have been completed
e v* r*\ da vs ago an appl at lon was
to the health officer * the City lla I
*,errn' to allow the removal of th*
tM-vpe Th* prmlu were issued at >nce
No An oun •■merit has be**n mad* as to
wi.f-ther there wilt be any *remonies on
the * aamn of the removal of the body,
and tha relative* of the kavc
wt made ihtit detlret public*
“Necessity is the
Mother of Invention.
It <was the necessity for an
honest, reliable blood purifier
and tonic that brought into
existence Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. It is a highly concen
trated extract prepared by a
combination, proportion and
process peculiar to itself and
giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla
unequalled curative power.
It. nm~dt’fu! ’fcn*d of ru-r. h* j i tdt
it A~<r*'cs‘ G'titttt Mtdtcine.
Rosy Cheeks " / '.w v*>4
htilth 4*,d -> * hrrks. thar ks to Hoof t
Sa r acA-tUa. h builds -nr up and
i ain and :to. bills." Mt.\ A. Burkt.
Ej't Clair Si.. Indianapolis, bd.
3 (ood'J rSa Ua/muffa
H'.'hl • r !• i* M• <*r ti)i th<- noe irritating r<l
• •• ■ ’♦ • * • -apariii* ■
KUHTCb V* \ rnf\ UH
\ loam ItlnnlN Snrlsll Man lla*
Jolnnl (lit* %rniy.
A'iantu. Nov —Mr H n*on Neal
Thornton, prominent In Atlanta hO'ial rir
< ks and one of the b**f known young
business m n of the rjty has enlisted •*
private for servi. a In the t’nlted Piat.s
• rivalry H* patted thiough Atlanta this
ifternoon *n rout.* from th** r*cruitn>K
itior. at M mi to Hf Louis when ho
gor-i* to lo a*.-ign**d to a regiment.
Mr T rirntn nsrtgn* th* re i on for
entering 'h*- umv th i* he is hrnk* n down
in b**atth and seek- th..- means of re.
cuperating his lost strength deelln*d
*ll offers from influent oil friends to secure i
for him # mmi io and se viral days
igo w., '.I Mi -!, th*- t’nic.d fbare* re
rultlng headquarters f.*r this state and
applied for enlistment Me passed a
-pi* lid examination and was enlist*.! im
Col. Thornton w .* not informe 1 of his
eon s int niton to Join the army, and
when he learned he had gone to Macon
for this purpose, h* wired him to return
home to d*?- use the ma’t*r and advise
with him about it. Mr Timrnton return
ed but insisted that th* course which he
had selected was the proper one and ex
pr* -red dtermil* it-on to follow tt
BIG HKTTHfJ 1% ATt %&T %.
Gatin* llet (allswar to s.vm
mi MeKlnlev nl Ho*rVflt.
Atlanta. Nov 5 —Perhaps !h* largest
elcrilon bet made in the present cam*
palgn in Atlanta, whs one registered this
morning wh'ti John L Gatins bet T L
Callaway k’Mh to $V> that M- Klnley and
Roosevelt W.aiid win The money wa
placed in ihe hands of Henry H. Schaul
hs stakeholder It is raid that Mr <kitins
was representing his brother. Joseph Gat
Ins a New York broker. In the matter
There Is considerable betting being don*
in Atlanta to-dav in a small way. ("aids of
four to one on McKlAley and Roosevelt \
about the b.st obtainable however Mr
Callaway Is the only man here *o fir a-
Is known who has succeeded n placing hi
money at the odds prev tiling in New
Much betting nt even money is being
tone on the outcome in the so-, ailed
doubtful slates—lndiana. Illinois. Ken
tucky. Mir viand and West Virginia
A well-known lo* *1 horseman placed
onsiderable money Saturday even that
McKinb v would carry Indiana. Kentucky
PIPKI* HAw III* APP BAR ED.
Il* Left III* Family in I>l*lrelna&
Orilla. Gs Nov 5 -Saturday * we#k
ago G T Pitkin. f*thc- of seven chil
dren. residing on Bee* h street, left home
i.dling his wif* that if he did not r turn
• dirk not to te uneasv He his no*
N-en s. en or beard from since. 11l wife
ild to-night in tenrs that Pitkin b D
horn* during < fit of tempo rv aberra
tion of mind nnd that she Dais \u h.tn
. lib- r made way with himself or ha* m* t
with foul play. He leaves his f trnl 1> m
H*i*re* leg circumstance*
Th* Urge mil * cf the F.nsign Oskamp
ornpany t rrt.d up to nv. ifter i shut
,|nir of 4 month, for lack of water T hi*
mill works W hands
Yill \(i PICKPt KKT iTI RBO.
Other Fakir* ud Hiiaplclow* ( ha rac
Three mote supposed fakirs fell trio the
hands of the police y.sierdiy One of
them. Bam tie 1 Cohen, a boy who gives his
age ns 14 years, wr t*. according to the
Morv of the wttnase. caught r***l-banbd
Mr J H Wilt shell was at the Kilts
carnival and standing In n crowd before
one of ih. shown wh**n he sav . he f* If
.-ome one feeling in the rear pocket of
his trouser- This pocket was empty ml
•he hind was withdrawn only to be in
-11.,| in another poke! Mr Wlttshcn
tume<! around sud*lenly and caught (*>urn
ry the w rist Tn* hoy wis turned over
•rr patrolman Winn and ?ent to the bar
When seen iast night th*- prisoner .lc
n*d mat he ha*l made an attempt at
robbery He *eils rnther nMr light story
to the eff. t thut he c m** from Haltimori
fer th* purpose of selling cough droi*a
on the stre.-t dunng the .arnkval. H*
wiii be given i hearing this morning he
i Core the Recorder.
Another of #h* fakirs is R R Wadkln
r. nt in as a suspicious character by Pa
trol mnn Wall, who found him in the vicin
i ity of the mark* t.
Pat Gamble, the third prisoner, w is sent
■ in hy Patrolman Kane, and is charged
wltn a refusal to leave the park when
olden'd to k so
8 uiello. another white mnn who flm
. and to the city for the carnival, was or
r*-ied by Patrolman Wall, on the rhtirge
*f selling goo*!.- without * II *ens*
Other a: r* it> a? the barrack.- wer* N- 'w
perrymore. t dored charged bv Pifrol
n in Hituu erg " i made tr nr*"*'
wit fighting in Orange street, and cut
ting Lula M'Carr The M- Carr woman
j together with two oth#rs were also arrest
* ed on the charge of fighting
Jerry Snare* olored. surrendered hlm
| self herause while riding on the side
walk, he hud run over a small child
fitiatliern bued fr gI of 1.000.
Atlanta Nov S —Bjx damage suits were
fflad in the City Court this morning
against the Southern Railway Comt*nn\
on account of the week which occurred
it R**it Junction on June 11 of this vat
All the tnit* amount to flAO.hro
Prominent Farmer'* aulclde.
Columbia rf C., Nov 1.-C U Collins
a substantial farmer ended hi* lif- at
Patrick last night He bad been drinking
1 hard for som- tlm While sbtlng before
a fire, he Hiiddsnl\ pu led out nis p> o
• and blew out tn* brain*
TO Cl MB COLD l> OAK I%V.
Take laxatlv I; rn Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund th* money if it falls
to cure. £ W. Grove g U on
WCb box. B&t. *<X, 1
THF MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY. NOVEMBER b. 1900.
M\M4 M4hi> I VI UiTAL
Ileti o uiti'il ||rMti Before Himi lli t hi
(•■•• l.alMrlnu Men.
Chlcag<. Nov i.—Benator Mir* u* A
Hanna chairman of the Republi- an N *•
ilonol Cdtnn site, m and hi* la.*t *p* -i
of the campaUn i noon to-day. address.
Ing several i. -■u * i 1 railway tmpir>e* ani
.-feel work**js h c m’h •':• i* igo W en a
siwcjai train - ni the Senator and par
tv arrived South Chic igo the whittles
f ill th* lig rr.ti were b.own mil a
arge * row.l g th r I .t M.- *!. ot to ex
tend .i w* om** H' i.inor Mur tu i<l
l i 'ni* i< Hu • b<i*in*’.- n. *n who
ha:- h : . Ilf* ’ti t • kind
Chicago T<ernu' *w if will be In yotir
|.ow-r rod*.' 4 *li •* - ** ln*t r - ai. I qu*p
tiun .f wh r w. .re ■ < ntir.ue pros
perous or t•. .ff* i. *i . mltou* r ver-<
' la* t m- pr* n' picture On one side
v. u fi * * rn-m w •>** onv part in <'on
gr#ss dur i . hi .. r' term th**r<‘ was to
. r d*.wn sit it M K.n • v tiw*l b* Hi four
v* t* j. ir . up i • M Kinlev 4 bill—it> I
vvhtt w. t ii> * iv- you" Th Wiison
Gorman b, .*:.•? put out the flreji in your
furi * • ii .i h* k 1 lr.dustries tel
i..utf ..* * fill Lon ’ it Go 1 for
;ud w. n .v n* .**r *. e ig.iin And now
Brv in :s i-klng you o eb t him Pre*-
sfent of t.c I’nil* I t* * 4 nd he cares
not wh m* .in you u * to gei th* re
quire*! number of votes He re|t* you
.* • *1 f • Si!: *s’ i nllsh
free silver la-1.- and a svstem of tree
if ide. i*n*l w* Knox he will Ignore all
• oi *am irliMipl* Miking - .rn tru
th *4pf *4l he f• du - n;m- ;f to th*
rank *f t .'a ■w. t bm . 4* Now t art.
ivi'h m- to wh<s* M Kin < • rhould* ted
hm mu ket if; ||< f"ii " *d his country nrd
follow him through four-years' v. ir md
• h* ilways has ben bv the working
men M* b.t always -t od with them *nd
bv th<m . m l hi- aiw-av.* be n ie.i.i\ to
h“Hr them un i dr# for th* m In l**** when
t • w.itklogin n id c-ppof t unit y to vote
f*r him they mob hint Pr* i ent. and
’here they will kf p him for i .ticf.'.er four
'Now what ti:- Rrvan • >ol for" What
h< h* done for th* working p.'op.e" He
did all in his power to defeat their tn
tcr.st If# h.df*d ki l n. M Kinley bi;!
He has bon *t ,t -t. Ii:;l ,n Ismjw that
would last overnight, .and soughs to -re
ate me bv working f<r the treaty with
s*p.m When ho worked t* get the I*m
-*• iit in cwtign—mew W vote f*>r 11>— i* 4 *\
was Bryan hqpewt' No H* raises the
• ry of Imperialism an*! that is on insult
tn the American people Congress set tied
that question and it was for the pres I
lent to put d*wn rebellion when the
American flag w is a-.-ailed
Outside the ha.l Senator Hanna nddre*s
••d briefly a large crowd which had been
tin.hie to get |n*lde
Rerurnlng to Chi* tgo. the train struck
an aged m in wh* wa* * roenlng the tra< k*
at Twenty-ninth street. * auslng instant
At in p m Senator Hanna left for
<’.* v* land where he will vote to-morrow,
after which he wil! go to Canton to be
the guest of President McKinley.
rIIMPH\TF MIMA I MlsBD.
Their Action Hue to llerllne In the
Price of Rock.
Charleston. S O, Nv. 5 In crn?e
qucnce of the dec line in price of phos
phate rock and difh illy In obtaining
ocean trinsportatf.m two big mining .otn
punlcs n ar Beaufort h ive closed down
for i tirn* 1 und another Is working only
half of it plant
The Coos.tw company ha* over w
ton- of rock r *d\ f*r s-hlptr.* nt and is
working h.ilf of it* dr*'*!#* having no
market as >**t f**r produ* t The Em
pire Works, on Lady -* 1.1 md controlled
hv th* Virginia-Carolina Chemical Com
pany and employing about fifteen white
iirf! J** negro pi. kers. have . io>. and d*wn.
The Ibaifoit Phoepbato Company, with
about .;> ♦••• ton* of r#>. k on hand, has
• loced down for sixty days
AS 0\ ITION FOR BRANTLEY.
Hr £pkr Before ta l.arac Yudlmcc
Brunswick O.i . Nov. r > —a big ovation
was tendered Congres.-man Brantley here
to-night hv his loyal constituents under
the auspice- of the ftemx rats r.f G!>nn
Chairman Twuty Introduce Mr Brant
,.v splendidly and for over an hour he
held th#* closest oil* . ii-*n of ih* lore* uu-
Ifence. c*ne*thlrd t whbh wire ladles.
mi'll: Mr ( t HK. Ml I* %Y.
Ymir draggint will refund your m nev If
Paso Ointment fails to cure Ringworm
Tetter. Old rivers and Horcs. Pimples and
BL< klteads on the face, and all skm ills
canes Mk —ad.
HE KALB LODGE SO. . I. O. . F.
A regular mating <f the lodge will ha
held this evening at <* 30 o'clock
Memh rs of flster lodge*, and visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend
C. H CARSON. N. G
W’. W. GROSS. Be*'ret ary.
a AY’ ANN 111 LOtMiF NO. l**a. B. I*. O.
A regular meeting of this lodge will b*
held thin tTu*sdayf event *. at s iit o'clock
at Elks' Hall Visiting brothers are cor
dially invited to attend
J I KIRBY. E. R
la J MAXWELL. Secretary
■ ■ - -
M*l.( I At. NOTH •>.
s|*i: Ia NlCl It [..
I am now' fully prepared to fill all or
ders for Christmas cake, plum pudding
and mince pie?. .i;*n for all kinds of ke.
ices and CbarJ*>t* Russ* Ord* rs taken
for salads, sandwiche and all dainties for
entertainment- Terrapin stew, and cook
ing for invalids in\ specialty
MLSB MINNIE B W INTER
10,? West Jones.
All bills against British steamship
i Asama. Rement. master, tnu-i *• pr. s# nt
e l at this’office bv U o'clock to-day (Tues
day> or payment will be debarred
GEORGIA KXP< RT (V IMPORT CO.
Neither the master nor consignees of ih*
Norwegim -i am.-d .p Jun*>. Il mmtl.
master, will I** r# .* *i . • • f*>r any deb*-
contracted by h*> cr.w of said
\ • -V. I J F Ml NIB A CO..
%M ANU (1 •“• • *** LI MM. it OH
l&t'.msi ieet of ash. suitable for wheal
wnihts carriage makers, car works and
imaib*r house (Irish. Alro cyprea* .umber
of all sire*' We have resume! cutting
o;r famous bran i# t 'pr. h.ngits
and wil soor h*\e a fud lin -of them for
M l#. VALE ROYAL MFO. CO
SAVANNAH IMM INt. AI ADEMY.
Corner Whltakvr and Liberty sts.
GRAND SOIREE TO-NIGHT
from *• to i:
Admission * r Ac Ladle** free R* pect
ftillv. RORT K BANKS. Bus Mgr
Ot It I LIF.NTA
Lo*n money at •!* per *ent. on real
BECKETT A BECKETT.
1 Attorneys at Law and Cuawyaocer* ]
a 11! 1
PlifTlJos. A. Magnus
& Co '
Savannah. Ga., Nov. 2.
STATE OF GEORGIA. CHATHAM
r tH'.NTY-Emily A Lawton and other*
having applied for the alt* ration of the
old C.i"sten*s Bluff Road from a point
near where said red enters tne Sklda
wav Road running easterly five hun
dred fvet U*au, with a width of forty feet
thence running northerly at ngnt an
gl*-s to the f-aid <a.-!erly portion of said
new* road seventeen hundred f*et (1 7(ko
mo.-enr le?-. with a w dth of fifty feet t.Vb
ci r.necting with th** old Causten's Bluff
r ad according to a plat of said altered
r el attached to said application Bald
altered ro id running entirely and wholly
through the lands of the said applicant
Notice is hereby given that said applica
tion will be finally# anted on the 13th day
of De* ember next If no sufficient cause be
?.j"wn to the contrarv
J J DALE, r C r.
JOHN LYONS. C C C
W. D BIMKINS. C C C
O REUBEN BUTLER Clerk C C C.
Best In Tone,
Best In Durability,
Best in fftyle and Finish.
CELEBRATED Till: WORLD OVER.
NONE (M> GOOD.
Two of These Mugnitlrent Pianos to
Be sold at
AUCTION NOVEMBER A,
C. IV. DORSBTTP,
*J2 ( onaress street, west.
TO BE SOLI) TO
THE HIGHEST BIDDER.
YOG W ILL SAVE
TEA PER CENT.
■ r MSI., soar bllla aa a. ba
ler* the 10th laat.
B. U. LEVY R BRO.
SEE Ot R DISPLAY’.
At Elk . Carnival. Ih* mo.i h-autiful dl.-
play on ihe ground*
Don t ml.. 11.
COHEN-KI LMAN CARRIAGE AND
Vehicle* and Harne*,.
FA'TfIRT %IX 1(11 It Gl EATS WELL.
Celery Wafers. English.
Dinner Ftlncult*. English
Flint Wafers. French The flint wafer*
are the most delicate Imported.
Very small French Pea*.
Gordon A- Dilworth’. Sweet Plckl*
A M A C W WEST
'till BRINS Cl RED.
Dr G W Randolph of St. Louis I* re.
garded as th* mo.t wonderful voice doctor
on earth XV* see that he cured many
stutterer, during hi. brief slay In Colum
bia, S C . Augusta. A'lanta. Birmingham.
Montgomery and Mobil* papers ar* loud
In hi* praise He 1* now at Ihe Murshall
House. 121 East Broughton street. Savan
nah. Gj Stutterer, you should call to ***
him at on. * Hand this to a stutterer—
111 V OX LX THE IIEST C.IXGEK ALE
The Itcst 1. th* Whael*r Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale. made by Wheeler A Cos .
of Belfast. |,eland, from Ihe celebrated
Cronin Springs of lhat city. The**
l rings are the (iroperty of Wheeler A t'o.
fience no other Ginger A.e manulacturer
. tbosa water, b;t them*
selvei. Th< XX'heel, r Oltig- r Al* Is mad*
from pur* Jamaica Ginger Root and not
from Red Popper, a. other* arc. one Is
deleterlouw—the other I* a tonic.
For Heallhfiilne.s and Purltv ih* cela
braied XVh*el*r brand of Belfast Ginger
AJ* Is Ihe best.
LI PPM AN BROTHERS.
Sol* South*m'Ag*nls. Savannah. Ga.
LIME. rEIftXT, PLV*TER.
We have th* largest stock of the beat
goods. G*l our prlcea before you pay
ntor to others.
ANDREW HANLET COMPANY
PLASTERERS' AMD MAWTP St P
Cemrnt. Llm*. Plaster. Hair and Rtvar
Sand. Prompt ddUvery Reasonaol* price
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO., j
Corner DrajrUm and Congra**,
-too6Uk -- J
DOOR CHECKS AND SPRINGS
The most effective cneck on the market. Every one
guaranteed. For sale by
PALMER HARDWARE CO.
Bay and Jefferson Streets,
SAVANNAH. - - - - GEORGIA.
Superior to All.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West.
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.
Bull and Congress. Branch dOO Bull St.
Phones 29.1. Phones .W 2
SPEC I XL NOTICES.
Augusta. Ga . March A. IV*;
Mr Andrew- Hanley—Dear Friend I
have been sounding the praises of Buwan
n*e XX'Bter to .ill of my friends and o, •
of them who has a nt' ce sick with dys
pepsia asked me to order a c trboy of •
ter for tv-r Send hy express f O. Is
Her address Is Miss Annie Wood--. Sum
mervlile. n*r Augusta. Ga . or perhaps
there Is another place of the same name
you had I'Clter rend to Sand HU Augua'a.
Ga A ladv lo whom I recommended th,
water 1* going down there next w**k
Mrs Frank Mv*r I told h-r 'hat It cured
me. which I* true, as 1 have had no *'mi>
toms of rheumat.sm ,ince I was ,t the
Springs I wanted lo wait until the win
ter was over before writing to say that 1
was entirely cured by the use of th* Su
wane* Water, and now as 1 am sure tha
th* cold weather has gone, and 1 ,m per
fcctly well. I will give credll where It I
due and say that I was entlrelv cure! of
rheumatism at Buwan*e Springs Pleas
send me a few of the little des-Mot!' '
looks of Suwanee. ands, n 1 on- with 'he
■vater ordered for Miss XVood, Your
friend. tSlgned) M A. ML'LHERIN
All you can drink for Sc at Livingston r
at it\\ tit/ rtrr.
Is th* place where you can satisfy
your appetite with all th* de.l'i
clea of the season.
Oysters from th* GULF and
Also Game In season.
-OEO C. SCHWARZ. Proprietor
Open diy and night
Dining room upstair,.
SOLOMON a COMPANY,
Wholesale and Retail Drng,liU,
XX holesale Department. 1-7 Con
ttrraa afreet, aaeat, Georgia Phone
Retail Store., tltlt Congress street,
wrat. Hell Phone 144. Hull anil
Charlton etreete. under Guards' Xr
■ raal. Hell und Georgia Phones (Ut.
RBMOX xi t\,.— MATTRESSES lll X.
Hslr, moe*. licking fiber, feaihers.
Our stock ol new malarial a,.d tnanula -
tured product, are up to dat. Our reno
vating and r making hi. delighted many
prominent residents Ask your acquaint
ance*. Material, sent us is plik'd. .learn
ed. cleaned and medicated by modern ma
chinery. Making done hy mechanics. XXV
confine our work to matt re .see and led.
ding generally. We ce l ticking of .1
kinds, moss, hair, cotton, fiber, feathers,
or any arlpl* needed In mattress line.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
B*ll Phone 1134. 331 Drayton street.
City of Savannah. Office Clerk of Coun
cil. Nov 3. lho A vacancy having oc
curred among the chimney contra, ;ors. in
accordance with resolution of Council
adopted Oct. 31, l*n,' notice Is hereby given
• hat an election will t.* held al the next
regular meeting of Council, to be held on
Wednesday, the 14th Inal . at S p m to
flu the unexplred term All uppllcaMons
to be filed With the clerk of Councl nt or
before 12 m of th, 14ih lns Bond of Wi
required Name, of two bondsmen must
accompany the application.
WILLIAM P BAILEY.
Clerk of Cotin'll.
City of Savannah. Office Clerk of Coun
cil. Nov 2 ISO!—A v, an y having oc
curred In ihe office of keeper of the Lau
rel Grove Crmetery noil * is hereby given
and In accordance wnh m r* -olutlon of
Council adopted Gel 31 IN" an e'.rfion
will he held nt the next regular meeting
of Council, to be he.d on XYedneWdav th.
14th in.i .at I p m to • ,h- uni .
pired term AI a; I Illon, to b.
with Ihe clerk of Council at or helore u
m of the ltlh Inet Bond of ibo re
quired. Nam*, of two bond.men must ac
company the application
WILLIAM r BAILEY,
Clerk of Council.
BF.e KMX NX'S , XI I
, Hi and 111 Whitaker street.
W* are now prepared lo serve the fine-t
meal*, oysters and gam.- Caterers for
wedding parties, german., banquet, and
roll at .one
Agenta (ot Unported Wuerzburgrn Hof
Bimia. fhoae iio.
Gil A PllO PHONES
iiimm:** noth no.
_ ,r-- T—IT -—; --A- -
Wi:**OK ( OOKI\(. AM) dAI*AD
•ro absolutely pur#, healthful.
#aily ducest#<l: a perfect sub
stitute for laM .ii <1 butter A
home lnr|u!try; wholly v#g#-
i ibi# wltl ao iwl*'i nt far ani
*lo tw. .• me work of Uni or
Ul >**l\ MUD till e—ae
2-pound rrs ... AV
Pint bottles 35c
%VF*M)> 4 4141K1N0 OlL#
|M*un<l cans "V
--lo.potind rwn? sl2#
t let preJutJire prevent you
fr m trying this excellent an*l
healthful ktif'hen id
Cor l;r > iphton md XX'hltaker.
Spoons and Forks
Ont’ of the largest and most com
pletu 'tocks in the country 4. Manu
Sam’l Kirk & Son Cos..
106 Baltimore St., Hast, Md.
Elk Pins and
Soli 1 golff. rjf? of #em?
Only the best an<l most ar
Pin* ml Badge* made ta
HUNTER & VAN KEUREN,
Jewelers, 143 Bull street
'iin. w h in i Li.an i .iHrtni.
Tnip onl> .v to k-i vour carpel, prop
erly tak.-n i; • i'.imd urui tnken care j[
for th- ;mm*-r :* to urn the jor* over lo
•he Dlatriot M.stenger and Delivery Cos
teieph.ete .. or . all at 33 Montgomery
iree> ar,.l they will mak. you an eatl.
m on in* c oct of the work. Price#
rwHOMbi* They 4i*o puck, move an*J
•tore furniture *nl pun
C M MEr>LOOK. Sup? arvl Mgr.
IIOMI* I. \ M I ||;|.
Hv the Am*:, in Rmtirt.ji nnd Trut
Compart v off iltlmore We ar* author
‘ • < tit Wv thy upmt
it mm ill hoi,** In jiulioiai pr
reollr.*- t i. either h mate or t*nrel
B f m* • in n4 of vim ini**™ tor* anJ
DBA 111 VO & HT'LL Agenta.
Telephone 3|i. ITovWtni BuUdin*.
LEOPOLD ADLER. JSO R |> ]LL ...
President. C! l r * N
C- B eIaI-18. Barron caht' r
V 1... Pr-, A .„ c™,*-
The Chatham Bank
"HI Ir plpsmsl to tivute th. ~r „ ,
ot M.rctu>nt*, Firm,.
and Corporation*. *
Llboral favor, axt.mlad
'• c,u * ! ~-
lATKHKk-r COHI-OIAObL QI a", L „.
LY OSf DEPOSIT).
Rafeir n.poalt Boaw. . n a Vaulu
rant Corraapontltnaa aollciud.
Tr.at.Hi ti„ tr ,| Baakl.v-
Bi*■ I nm.
Sollrll. Arro.it. „ lnd*,| dn .,.
T..r. b „„,.. UuuK . mn „ „, hrr Cos 4
Collretlo*. handled with .at,,,
rronoia, and di.|.nlrh
latrreat. ron.pont nnnrterl.
nlints ed on Uepoalta | n otl , ** V | UK .
Snlei, Depn.lt lluaea nnd Stor.ue
"It VVTLEV \ IIKX S| IKK, >e.id, n ,
X111.1.S n. I. *V K. \ lee Preaiilenf.
I.EOHGK I . KHEGMAN, ta.hlrr.
non don i. oiiooYr.it. *..t, r.,hi^ r
of the blule of Georgia,
Surp.ua and undivided proilla D w
Dtii OdiXoKY OK ,IIL SI'AUL ut
Superior la ilioee to, transacting a
'ewi., i.an.ina HualtMi
action, rt.ade on all potnta ’
asstbl* tlirougn tank, and Oat *,
Accuuiita ut Be.ikais. Blviv.i.*i
and other, aoitcatau. net. D.psiaK n,u
Department of Bavlnga. Intore.t pay,ln
Sella StrrUn* Kieh.nge on London c
JOHN FUNVKRY, Pra.ldanl.
IIORArr A fRANE. Vie* Pra.tdent
JAMES ST 1,1 .TVAN o„hler
JNO LLA N' Nfc.lt V. Wil W OORDON
E A WEIL W W GORDON Jt
H A CRANE. JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROY MYERS JOSEPH FERST
H r SMART CHARLES ET.UI
COWARD KET.LT JOHN J KIRRT
Aerounl* of bank* marchanta. eorpsr*
tiona and Individual, solicited.
Savin*. Department. Interest pall
Safety Rosea and Sloraga Vault. fo
Collaetlona made on *l] polnta at rea
Drafts eoH on all the chief elite, of th.
* or Id.
JOSEPH D WEED Prealdenl.
JOHN C ROWLAND. Vice President.
W. r. MCCAULEY. Cashier.
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided profit* ki.iaai
ThL bar.k ull,ra Ita aarrlcaa to urp&ra
tion* mvrehan a ar.d lollvlduaia
liar authority to act ua executor, ad
ministrator, guardian ftc.
Istanc* drafts <>n the print Ip*: cities In
Great Britain and Ireland and on the
Inter,at r>d or compounded quarterly
e, dap ..lla In the Savin*. Department.
Saf'tv Po** for rent.
HFNRY Pl t'N, P'ldnt
GEC W TIEDEM AN Vine Pra. dent
JOHN M HOGAN. Caahlar
WAt.TER F. HOGAN. A*'t c„hlr
No 164a Charter* 1. I*6
Mils Mini M
CAPITAL. rUlyOu. SURPLUS. !.<.*
I NITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
J A G. < ARSON. Ira-ldo'..
BEIRNE GORDON, Vic. Ire.ller.t
W M DAVANT. C aahler.
Aecounta of banka and barker' r*' T "
ehanta and rorpomtlona reoelvwd up'
the moat favorable t<rtn* roralatant with
aafe and eonaervailva b inking
THE GEORGIA STATE
BIILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
li YORK STREET. WEST.
r PER CENT per annum alio*'* o' l
O ,ir|,*it, withdrawable on il,mand.
Interrat credited quarterly
6' PEW CENT per annum allowed >*
drpoaUa of even hundred*, withdraw*
able at annual patlode
GEO W. TIEDEMAN. Preaident.
B. H. LEVY’. Vic# Preaidant.
E W BELL, Secratorr.
C G ANDERSON JR . Treaturer
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Go,
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms.
Tl Mm MIM.
For a For— l(b Nwtp*pr
will fold b#H X.x4aw It to In good onf*
Frlc 1.00 II oot originally II.U*. bul
*r have no un for It and won* tl r ' J ° a>
II will b ar mnluAbla adjunct w •/
IP TOD WANT GOOD MATERIA 1
and wrork. order your lithographed
printed atallonary and blank book, ft* -
Morning Now., Bavaaaab. Oae