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INCREASED WATER TAXES.
Partial Comparison Between tbe Pres ent and Proposed Rates. A comparison of tha present water rates with the proposed rates now in the hands of the council, shows that the increase is to be a ye ry large one, and a public meeting is hinted at to take action in the matter.. The comparison shows that property valued at SSOO will have to pay as much under the new rates as property valued at SI,OOO under the old rates. Over SSOO, and under SI,OOO, new rates $7 50 and but $6 on $2,000 valuation by the old. The follow ing comparisons will show the rest of tha increase on valuation: OLD RATER. | NEW RATES c 3 000 valuation.s 6.00;$1.500 valuation. .SIO,OO 8000 “ 12.00 2.500 “ 14.00 ,;oao “ 33.00 3,000 “ 35.00 r-’oOO “ 14.00 3,5(0 “ 18.00 8 000 “ 15.00 4,000 “ 20.00 9 000 “ 10,00 4,500 “ 22.00 1000 J “ 17,00 5,000 vaiuat’n and ;,' O OO “ 18.00 under 6,500..23.00 iy 900 “ 20-00 over 6,500 and and under 10,000 28.00 over 10.000 and under 15,000 80,00 Under the old rates the hotels were charged $1 for each bed for boarders and lodgers and $5 for each tub exceeding one. Under the new rules hotels, including all uses of water, are to be charged $2 75 per room for fifty rooms or less, and for over fifty rooms $2 50 por room, whether the rooms are occupied or not. There is also a material increase in the rates for livery and private stables. The cost of sprinkling in front of private lots is not only increased, but the diameter of the hose is reduced from % of au inch to &' of an inch. No one is to be permitted to sprinkle beyond the middle of t e street, and the price is fixed at $3 per annum on a limit of thirty feet frontage, $4 50 for sixty feet frontage, and 8 cents per foot addi tional for all over sixty feet frontage. The baud lauudries are taxed sls each and steam laundries but $25. For the use of water to extinguish fire, when it is not used for other purposes, SSO is charged. In stores, shops and offices hydrants, wash basins, water closets and bath tubs aro taxed $7 50 each. The ordinance fixing the rates is lengthy, and will require much study to figure out the increase in general over the present rates. It is understood that this will ba done, however, by those who think the pro posed rates are excessive, and tha council brought face to face wlth the difference iu the present and prospective rates. Alderman Falligant has explained his views more fully in relation to the financial scheme involved in the water and house drainage problems, especially as to the con stitutional questions of municipal debts and their relation to taxable property as affset ing his propositions. In an intervie w yes terday he said: "i lie constitutional inhibition regarding municipal debts applies to obligations based upon and deriving tueir security from tho taxable resources of the city. lam as firm in sustaining ttiis viow and protecting the interests of those whose moneys have been invested in our municipal bonds as I am in denying tbeir right to claim more than the security thus pledged. It is not to the in terest of the bondholder to interfere with any measure securing the growth, health and prosperity of the city, since whatever increase takes place in material development renders all the more certain and secure the bonds already in existence— the security of which Is all the more en hanced by increased taxable proper ies. The bondholder possesses now his pound of flesh so thoroughly salted and preserved as t tio our hands for years to come against any increase in obligations based upon our taxable resources thus pledged to him in security; but if he should unwisely demand therewith the blood also by denying to us the only means left us to preserve onr health and lives, a good water supply and good house drain age, then I should say to hi.u unhesitatingly; ‘Hands off! You’ve got our property bound tight enough already; but our lives are our own, with the right to use all proper means to preserve thein.% The method of doing this is simple enough. If the bonds cannot be issued in tbe name of the mayor and aldermen of the city of Savannah, then let us have a special enactment by the legis ature creating a board of com missioners on water supply and drainage, who shall have full power to establish these systems and collect tbe revenues therefrom —applying thesa revenues to the payment of all necessary expenses and tne reduction of the debt by sinking funds. Tbe bonds can be issued by such board and be secured in tbeir principal and interest with tho revenues from these sources—the bonds being a first mortgage upon these works, and their full value being as absolutely secured thereby as by any means by which tbev cm be rendered secure. “The form aud details of an enactment of this kind will require careful study; but the property ownars, who have to foo. the bills, ought to have a special controlling voice in tha selection of such commissioners, perhaps by a direct vote of such property owners themselves. “It will be a good thing for Savannah wh.-ii these important measure* are taken out of the domain of politics. When great wo-ks of this kind are left to the accident of the fitness or unfitness of controlling in fluences selected for political reasons alone, a.-, i often the case, there is no wonder that "e are disappointed in tbe result of our undertakings, ‘business is business’ is no less true in municipal management than in individual affairs, and the sooner the prin ciple is fully recognized and acted upon the better for our welfare.” It is claimed that the water works com mute' wants to derive a revenue from tbe water w< rks beyond tho inclination of the consumers to pay, and these who oppose the increase say the committee must devise some less burdensome plat to increase tho fund, as the restrictions arc extrema and the present rates high eiough. • The pro pped rates are likely t> be antagonized an they come up foradoption, as they 0 n °f met with genjral favor by the water consumers. Don’t Get Caught This spring with your Hood full of imputi b"-. y- ur digestion impured, your appetite •v , r ‘ Sidneys and live' torpid, aud whole fu'" m liable to be prostrated by ui-ase—but get yourself into good condition and rea<y for tbe ehang w” ~R riT warmer weather, by taking n red i Sarsaparilla. It stands unequuleil f lnruymg the blod, giving an appetite, aLa for a general spring medicine. To Increase Four Strength, tank Rochester Beer of Bohemian b- 'Uid. Weigh you’self before drinking it *• and then weigh again in a tew weeks. You w 1 find yourself Lesrier and your health ; strength will rturn. Made only by l '‘" Rochester Brewi-g Company of 'Roches ’• Y., and sole 1 only in bottles. For 84 by j 0 |j n Lyous& Cos., J. McGrath, S. Btatich, W. U.Cooper. ( 'lagnolla Wins just lecelved, ehoice , 3 leaf, und dull assortment of Family k : at M. I.vm't Estate. A PerlecrPorlor Amusement. * be Tunnies Uistul with rubber vacuum ‘F I arrow. No sharp points to mar fur wifi ns break eson gloss. Complete 1 irget, Brice 50 cents. For sale at , a -N’ewafepot, dljtf Bull street. t h nc: - atuAmorican Champagnes, Foreign Miimti Wlhmh ami Isquors, at lowest cash l sm e*, in MUiTin's Estate. mt m - _ 41 itniaret at $4 ,^ r csss. Hauleraes, ,' ' w burgundies, Hungarian Tokay, < ■'-ird'oru, Wherries, etc., at Dries* a a. 1 *“*• w **Uy. *t M. Lavui e tAtata ~ j Contagious Blood Poison Is the constitutional blood disease which has for several centuries past been infesting mankind with its annoying features and destructive results, and is now the great bane of the human race. This is tho worst of all blood contagion, as the horrible poison is transmitted from one generation to the next, and oven tho third and fourth. We do not honestly helievo that the terrible scourge has ever been cured and thoroughly eradicated from the human body by anv other remedy than Swift’s Specific, and We further say that Swift’s Specific has never been known to fail to make a permanent euro in any case when it has been taken before auy of the vital organs bad become so impaired as to render a euro impossible. Swift Specific entirely cured me of a severe case of blood poison which obsti nately resisted and refused to ba cured for over t'vuntv-six years. The regular medical remedies of mercury and potash only added fuel to the flame. 1 suffered during most of this long time with ulcers, blotches and sores of the most offensive character, and was for a long time practically an invalid. In less than thirty days use of S. S. S. 1 was all cleared up sound and well. This has been nearly a year ngo, aud no sign of any return of the old enemy. John B. Willis, 87 Clark Street, Atlanta, Ga. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Tiie Swift Specific Cos., Drawer 3, At lanta, Ga. At Estill’a. Savannah Daily Mornino News, L’Art de la Mode for June, Le Bon Ton for June, Young Ladies’ Journal for June, Munsey’s Weekly, Reach’s Official Base Ball Guide for 18851, Town Topics, Dramatic Times, New York Dramatic News, New York Mirror. New York Clipper, Texas Siftings, The Nation, New York Mercury, Daily Sporting World, New York Herald, World, Sun, Star, Press, Times, Tribune, Boston Herald, Boston Globe, Baltimore Sun, Cincinnati Euquirer, Cincinnati Ga zette, Philadelphia " Press, Philadelphia Times, New Orleans Times-Democrat, At lanta Constitution, Macon Telegraph, Au gusta Chronicle, Charleston News aud Cou rier, Charleston World, Florida Tintos- Union. Louisville Courier-Journal, Chicago Inter-Ocean. Advice to Mothers. Mrs. WiNSLow’sSeoTHtNG Syrup should always be used whan children aro cutting teeth. It relieves the little sufferer at once; it produces natural, quiet sleep by reliev ing the child from pain, aad the little cherub awakes as “bl ight as a button.” It is very pleasant to taste. It soothes the child, sett ees the gums, allays all pam. relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the best known remedy for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or other causes. Tweutv-five cent* a bottle. ' At the Harnett House, Savannah, Ga., you get all the comforts of tho high-priced hotels, aud save from $1 to $2 per day. Try it and be convinced. — Boston Home Journal. SPOKTING GOODS. TRAP GDNS OP ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER. ALSO A FINE LOT IN STOCK. CALL AND EXAMINE. Artificial Targets anil Traps FOR SALE AT FACTORY PRICES. Gcn Clubs Furnished at Short Notice. Fishing Tackle, Ammunition and Sporting Goods of All Kinds. pg'" SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO LOADING SHELLS FOR TRAP USE. G.S.McALPIN 31 Whitaker Street. SHOES. V, . L. l)Ot! GLAS S3 SHOE OKN Sax $0 SHOE FOR LADIES. Beat in the World. Examine his $5 OO Genuina Hand-Sewod Shoo. $4 00 Hand Sewed Welt Shoe. $3.50 Police and Farmers' Shoe. $2.50 Extra Value Calf Shoe. $2.25 Workingman’s Shoe. • $2.00 and $1.75 Boys’ School Shoes. Fraudulent when my name and price are not stamped on bottom. W. L. DcUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. Examine W. L. Douglas $2 shoes for gen tlemen and ladies. For sale by DYCK BROS., 17 Whitaker Street, Savannah. BROKERS. aTliia ktridge, BECBftMTY BROKER, Bl&rtw* tIV )S or commission oil claaaee of ‘WcdM'wr Jbaat gv&aarkmhl* securities. New T'-ri , -iv iWtdjw furnished by private tie4r every nAmis tnntulhs F C. WYLLY ~ STOCK, BOM k ti&L ESTATE BROKER, Ift) ilftYiCN STREET. BTTVH and guilt up ronuaimuni all classes of security flcMsl aDWieu given to pae ehate and sale of Wd estate STABLES, Tciioessee Sale Stable. BOARDING by the day, week or meal, and best attention guaranteed to atock, vehicle, etc. Give mo a trial U all I ask. WHOLESALE UKOCEKtt. ST DAVIS & SON, WHSUSALE GROCERS, PROVISION HAY, GRAIN AND FLOUR, and commission merchants, 196 and 198 Bay Street. * Savannah. Ga MEDIC A I* ADIIIU ■1 rill In THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY. MAY 18, 1889. EVERYBODY IS INVITED TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR ONE CENT A WORD COLUMN. For 15 cents you can have “your aay” in tha Morning Nxws, provided you say it in 15 words, and pay 1 cent for each added word, Tha CHEAP COLUMN embraces advertisements of all kinds, viz.; FOR SALE, REAL ESTATE, TO LEASE, SALE HOUSES, HORSES AND CARRIAGES, SALE MISCELLANEOUS, BUSI NESS OPPORTUNITIES, PERSONAL, BOARD ING. WANTED HELP. WANTED SITUA TIONS, WANTED ROOMS, WANTED BOARD, FOR RENT ROOMS, WANTED AGENTS, WANTED HOUSES, WANTED MISCELLANE OUS, LOST AND FOUND, TO LOAN, RE MOVALS, AUCTIONS, EDUCATIONAL, PRO FESSIONAL, MUSICAL, ATTORNEYS, Etc. OUT OF TOWN ADVERTISERS will have their orders promptly attended to and will receive copies of the paper with tbe adver tisement marked for inspection. Count the number of words in your “ad” and remit accordingly. Please remember thst no adver tisement is inserted for less than 15 cents. LETTER BOXES in the Morning News are furnished without cost for the receipt of answers to advertisers, and all communications are strictly confi dential. Persons having Advertising aorounts with tha Morning News can aenu. advertisements BY TELEPHONE when it is not convenient to write mud forward them to the office. Telephone of Business Office is No. 3G4. Cells answered until IO r. m. IT.UsONAL. 1 >HO TOGRAPHY and liars and ~ fifty X cents pays for one dozen Cabinet Photo graphs and one extra for Bxlo frame. J. N. WILSON, 21 Bull Street. COULD not be so popular if not superior and low priced. Try HEIDI’S fine Confections, beautifully put up. 1 PERSONAL.—Dead carefully the prospectus of tho TITLE GUARANTEE AND LOAN COMPANY, which will be left at your house to-day. Do not tnrow it aside; itcontaius valu able information. H AVE you tried the popular and improved I-KK Phosphate, only at HEIDT’S, or their pure Fruit .Juice Syrups. r pnERE is an apparently important letter at 1 the Morning News for EWEN MORTIMER, formerly of this city, Any one knowing Ins present addresß, may be ci)iif rring a favor on him by sending it l> the Morning News office. 2XC. POUND. Be on hand to get some of those fresh Chocolate Creams or HEIDTNS Pure Sugar Caudy. (CATHERINE -You can gel Spring Lamb. J Boneless Veal, French Mutton mid Wal Chops, Pickle Tongue and Tripe, and all kiuds of fish at H.^ Logan’s, City Market. SAM. HELP WANTED. TX 7- ANTED, a white boy 14 or 15 years of age * * tp work in a drug store. Address, DRUGGIST, News office. XI/'ANTED, a draughtsman on architectural ▼ f work: please state experience and sa ary expected. Address box 53, Morning News office. YX r ANTED, a boy; call at THE OFFICE 113 ▼ t Bay street. "X XT'AN TED. a German Waiter, at 107 Brough ▼ ▼ ton street. SERVANT WANTED,a settled colored woman b) without children to do housework and look after young c ild: en, one who will sleep on premises. Apply Duffy str et. ‘IX7ANTED, active, experienced Salesmen to ▼ ▼ sell Hardware and other Goods. Address MERCHANT, care carrier|?o, Postoffice, Balti more. SALESMEN.— We wish a few men to sell our goods by sample to the wholesale an i retail trade; largest manufacturers in our line; inclose 2-cent stamp; wages $3 }>er day; permanent position; no postals answered; money advanced for wages, advertising, etc. CENTENNIAL MANT ociuna • . 1 1 DETECTIVES, we want a man in every local ity to act as Private Detective under our instructions. Parti ulars free. CENTRAL DE TECTiVE BUREAU, Box 195, Topeka. Kas. I \ thoroughly competent lumber in* ▼ ▼ spector immedi> tely; must be sober, re liable, correct ar.d willing to work; mill located in Emanuel county. Aadress B. M. G., this office. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. Wf ANTED, a comfortable furnished room yy by a young gentleman, in private family. “C. S. 0.,” News XrOUNG couple desire furnished fiat facing I south; centrally located; for light house keeping. FLAT, Morning News. DYSPEPTICS, a Specific and only 40c. gallon— Tate Springs water, Agency HEIDT’S. Try it. _ DONKEY STEAM PUMP WANTED.—a sec ond-hand No. 3 or 4 donkey steam pump. Call on or address L. A. MoC \lt THY, Plumber, Barnard street. Savannah. rooms TO HER r. I ODGING and furnished rooms, with bath .1 J room attached, at ro&sonable prices, 44 Jefferson street. OELIGHTFUL south rooms, with or without board, at 200 South Broad street. HOUSES AND STORES FOR RENT. 17V)R RENT, house in Coben’s block. Hail street; possession given in June; will sell carpets and part of the furniture; all new. Address box S3, Morning News office. FOR RENT M l*C ELL ANEOI >. I7OR RENT, warehouse on River street, for r merly occupied by Artesian Ico Company. Apply to F. G. BELL, Business Office, Morning News. FOR SAL E. ~ KEEP this in your mind; If you want any thing and ever expect to have it, make an effort to secure one of those lots on West Fourth street. May 21. 4:30 p. m. LaKOCHE & McLaughlin. P EaiSTEKEDHOLSTEIN Fill! SIAN HULU IE bred from heavy milkers, and weigh' in fair condition 3.W0 pounds; 4 years old April 15th. J. F. OUILHARTIN & CO. IT'OK BAI.E, live shar.-s Title (hiaruume and Loan Company rltocK. All iusulluienli paid. Call at 93 liky street. r PHF. last chance to yet lots on Fourth afreet. 1 LaKOCHE & McLAUOHLIN will sell et auction May 21. 4:30 p in., ievcral choice build ing lota on West Fourth street; terms easy A RELIABLEBpriniC an! B 1 1 Medicine— HEIDT S Compound Extr.m t Sarsaparilla, Queen's Delight with Y’eilow Dock and lodide of Potash. BALE, a small, Sid ■ Vkilel Hteamer. 26 1 feet long, E. os6; Sawing aud Planing Mill Fixtures, K. and it. 15 H. P.; Brainard Milling Machine. WHITMAN. Beaufort, 8. C. SAVE your money and buy one of those choice lots on West Fourth street. May 21, 4:30 p. rn. These are about the only lota offered on Fourth street, mid the opportunity to secure lots so near the city is worthy of consideration. LaROCHE Si McLAUOHLIN. I ."'Oil HALE, a first-class Ice Itox, both orua .’ in.nisi and useful; suitable for either grocery store or barroom. Apply at LOGAN b, City Market. nON'T forget tie large tie of Fourth aireet, Mar 21, 1:30 p.m These lots will be sold for $-5 cn -li and $j pet- mouth. La- ROCHE * Mi LAUUHI.IN 11 ÜBBKIt HOSE at six cents par foot: Nozzles, IV Hprinklersand Keels cheap; lAp and Horse bbeets in new designs. NElitLlNtiEK it RA BUN. | aKOCIIK A Mi i.AUOHI.IN will ..It at Stle- I j tiun May *l. 4.n0 p. m.. oo Pourlh street, thirty-fire choice budding lota; sti cash aud $< per luontn I' an l iAlt.iU.l -*, m 'i eu uupi.i*rnetiW, tArra*' ho nets und ryt>ui; full lot, With bonv< KKtiMW AUUHUI U UA&IfdUWU J LOST. IOST during Drummer’s week a bunch of a keys; would thank finder to forward to the address on the key ring attached to buuch'keys. E. M. BAUM, Toomsboro. IOST, a pocket book containing fifty dollars .-i in paper money; liberal reward* to the finder who will return it to “C. 11. L.,” No. 185 Liberty. PHO'i’ObHA 1’ 11 \ . r pwO DOLLARS pays for one dozen fineOabi- X net Photographs, as many for eight by ten frame as you wish, at the SAVANNAH PHOTO CO.’S, 149 Broughton street. SUMMER RESORTS. Mountain sunset house, werVeks YILLK, PA. High on the mountain. A delightful place for those seeking rest and recreation. Air compared to Colorado. Per sonal care and attention to guests, steam peat. lor circular, terms, etc., address ’ F. UROSCH. SOUTHERN FAMILIES desiring Summer O Board in New York will find a comfortable and convenient home, centrally situated, at 143 W. Slst street. Terms reasonable. Reference exchanged. Mrs. F. M. GREGG. ‘)OP STREET. 8 EAST, NEW YORK.—Rooms •>& with board; summer rates. Refer by per mission to Mr. Welch, Mitchell House, Thomas ville, Ga. BOARDING. SUMMER BOARD.—Special rates made for table board for the summer season, and meal tickets at reduced ratca at the HARNETT HOUSE. miscellaneous. PHOTOGRAPHY. Two dollars and fifty I cents pays for one dozen Cabiaet Photo graphs and one extra for Bxld frame. J. N. WILSt >N, 21 Bull Street. YX7IIY pay fancy prices when the finest Can yr dies are sold low at HFIDT’S? Have you seen th wr special Saturday bargains? i)AC. THIS DAY, box of three Cakes DEI DTS —' * Artesian Water Toilet Soap *)CC. POUND Camphorilne Moth Destroyer. HEI 1 )T’S, for reliable goods at reaaouablo prices. IC. PAPER to close out remainder of Flower Seeds. Try HEIDT’S special 35c. Mixed Candy. | re. TO-DAY for a 4-row Toothbrush. 1*) IIEIDT’S, forfflue Perfumery. P VERY LADY recommends Boracine Face k and Toilet Powder because of superior quality and fragrance; try it. RA B APPLE CIDER, Root Benr and tbe im \J proved Egg Phasphate, with pure Fruit yrups, hi HFIDT’S. I)ERS< NAL.—Read carefully the Prospectus of the l ITLK GUARANTEE AND L<>AN COMPANY, which will be left at your houso to-day. Do not throw it aside; it contains val uable information. JCK (Yearn for Parties Picnics, Excursions, Festivals at reduced rates at RADEUICK’S, tin- Dairy, 118 Broughton street. IT'DSON’S Bed Bug Killer will keep your beds j clean for a year, 25c. LIVTNUSTON’S PHARMACY. I)ERSONAL. -Attend tin* idle of damaged goods at BASCH BROS., 171 Congress street, and get bargains; come early and avoid tbe rush. SPRI NY 1 * LAMB a rpecialty, and received fresh every day by steamer, at 11. LOGAN’S, City Market. VERY housekeeper in tho city will find it a j great convenience; H. LOGAN has a boy w'ho will cad tjvery afternoon aud take your orders for fresh meats, fish or anything the market affords aud deliver next morning. Wait for tho boy. I roUSEKJ EPEI 8 will find everything tbe * I market supplies at H, LOGAN'S, City Market. Fresh nu a* s received on every steamer, Spring Lamb a specialty. ADERICK'S 100 Cream and Sherbets are A pure, rich and delicious: always reliable. Send your orders to the Dairy, 118 Broughtou street, Telephone 154. DAMAGE salo of clothing, dry goods, shoes and hats will commence to-day at BASCH BROS.’, 171 Congress street. t)URE DRUGS will tell, and physicians are iny references. Close attention given to all prescriptions at SHAFFER’S, 110 Whitaker street. B< N ELEBS VEAL every day, tite Unset fresh meats m the city and all kiuds of fish ut H. LOGAN’S, City Market. HAVE your lace curtains cleaned before packing them away, at SAVANNAH STEAM DYE WORKS, 124 State street. VOW is your chance; twenty thousand dol 1 v lars' worth of clothing, bats, shoes, gents' and ladies' furnishing g ods, dry goods, etc., slightly damaged by water at the late fire, to be sold at any price; 171 Congress street. BASCH BROTHERS. MARKETING kept in cold Storage and deliv ered on Sunday at 11. LOGAN’S, City Market. (’ ENTS, have your winter suits thoroughly JT scoured before packing away to prevent mottis. 8A VANN All STEAM DYE WORKS, 134 State street. YV’’ ALL I’APF.K.—Are you going to paoer VV your house* If so, call at 140 Congress street, get estimate and select from my large stock of new pat terns. JOHN G. BUTLER. 1) EFOP.E you buy or sell property consult > ROUT. H. TATEM, Real featuto Dealer and Auctioneer. DIVORCES— A. OOODRlCfLattorneyat law, 124 Dearborn street, Chicago; advice fre; 21 years experience; business quietly and legally transacted. CLOTHING. To Tie Visitors To our city during May Week we. In common w ith all Savannah, extend a hearty welcome, and hope they will derive much pleasure and satisfaction from their visit. As individuals, we are desirous of showing what inducements we can offer to them, living outside of Havannah, to trade with us. Our stock is unusually perfeot this season, and wo have added to our line au assortment of Lsw-Pritei Sis, which possess tho same perfection of style, fit and wearing capacity which characterizes all our garments. If anything be needed for IMlein-, Boys ox* Clx±ld_x*exi it would be wsll to call and examine our stock: and even if nothing be wanted, call on us any how. We snail take pleasure in showing all through tho moat perfect stock of Clothing, Furm-hing Hoods and Hats ever exhibited in the South. Respectfully, i FALK k SIS. 1*K01*0!AL8 WANTED, IMPORTANT lu CONTRACTOR*.— SeaIed proposals are invited for the erection of a brick hotel, 64x64 feet, at Leesburg, Fla., for TiiLon & Mote; ulno u bricX busln-as block, 1 lUslilt feet, f r E. H. Mote. Bids will be ofsuied May 31st. al noon, at E. il. MOTE'B store, lxteshurg, Fla . where plans and gpeclfl callous can he scon. The owners reserve tbe right to reject any or all bids; buildings to be com - men ed as soon as contract* are let; 15peroent. of the amount of contract to he held back until l ulMlngs aro completed, when contractors will be expected to give lend for one year as a guarantee of good work, such as tight roof, ate. Address F.. 11. MOTE. Leesburg, Fl*. — When you pay a high price fur a lot he sura you gel a high priced lot) one that Is worth what you pay for It and in a neighborhood where you can live. If you should buy n lot at Doreoti's sale on Wednesday, tbe 33d, you wilt gel the worth of your money, oud morn too. AI'CTrON SALES FUTURE D A VS. C. H. DORSETTS GREAT SALE OF ELIGIBLE LOTS. THE LOCATION UNSURPASSED For Healthfulness, Accessibility an and GENERAL DESIRABILITY. Large Lots, Wide Streets, High Ground, Good Drainage, 2 Street Railways, 3 Parks Adjacent, and in the Immediate Vicinity of tho Best improvements and Rapidly In* creasing Values. Especial attention is called to the extraordinarily easy terms upon which these lots are being sold, thus making it possible for every one to own a home. EXAMINE THIS PLAT AND SELECT YOUR LOT. 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THE TERMS:—A Cash l’ayincnt of ONLY TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS required ou each lot, balanceol purchase money (whatever it be) will he divided into sixty monthly payments. Titles Absolutely Perfect. No Interest on Deferred Payments. No Charge for Papers, A bond to make titles will be furnished to each purchaser, accompanied with the certificates of reputablorat* torneys as to the correctness and entire safety of tho title. SALE WILL TAKE PLACE ON THE PREMISES^— WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1889, AT 4saO P. 3VE. / • C. H\ DORSETT, Auctioneer. CLOTH INK. LOOK OVER Your Summer Wardrobe; Then Call on One-Price Clothiers, And Inspect Their Complete Line of Simer Ulnar, NECKWEAR, Straw Hats, • LIGHT COLORED DERDYS, Silk, Pongee, Mohair, Alpaca, Brilliantene and Flannel Coats and Vests. Appel k Mail, ONE PRICE TO ALL, 163 Congress St. i— —— ■■■ r#•plft of madrrat* mraii* Hill htf (in §• portunlly <|f|lll| Noutei la locality ly •(Iri4lii| Ilia ail<* on tile 944. 'I It* lnni •rc nirh tl**i tliny can afford lo boy (ill tail. Wednesday, %%i, al l.dU p, m. adrUaa* Hmt vft.il. Domil, JKTITK)\S FOR INCORPORATION. STA HO OF GEORGIA, County of Chatham.— To the Honorable the Superior Court of said comity: The petition of 8. I*. WEISIGER of Augusta, Ga.; T E. AUTO PE of Macon, Ga.; JOSEPH HIHBH of At lanta, Oa.. andC: H. ToWNBEND, T. M. BATTLE. M. DJCITHH, MAX ROBINSON, JOE LOWENSTEIN, S. A. PUUHBLKY, Jr.. If. J. APRKL, L. C. DkLETTRE, A. HARNETT, Jit . L. 1*;. DAVIS. A. H BROWN, MAX KRAISS, F. C. OWENS E. K COM AN, 8. K. MAYERS, DOAN NEWMAN, JA K E STRAUBS, R. J. APPLE, JOE BEOHINOER, MOKU ABRAMS, M. M. EASON. HENRY HOJfKX STEIN. JOHN P. SOLOMONS. MOSE LILIEN THALandS. H. ROTHSCHILD, of the city of Savannah, said state and county, show*; That they desire for themselves, and such other per sons ns may be hereafter associated with them, to bo iocorp rated tinder the name and stylo of: “SOUTHERN TRAVELERS’ ASSOCIA TION,” for the purpose and object of mu tual co-operation, establishing friendly fellow ship between each other ami among cominer ciul travelers, to improve the standing of com mercial travelers as a profession, to afford pro tection for members against impositions of all kinds, to assist members, whenever practica ble, in obtaining employment, and to aid and succor no dy ones and families of members of said Association, and generally to advance the interests of said association, socially, morally, financially and otherwise. That the capital stock to be employed by them is to be the nun of One Thous and (81,000) Dollars, all of which has actually paid In, and they de sire the privilege of increasing said capital stock, to any sum from time to time, in the dis cretion of its hoard of directors, not to exceed the sum of Twenty-Five Thousand (25,000' Dol lars; such stock to be divided into certificates of Five Dollars each. That the headquarters and general plans of business of said corporation shall be county of Chatham, said state, with the principal office in the city of .savannah, an l that subordinate branch s may be established in any city in the southern states; tliat they desire to be incorpo rated, as aforesaid, for the term of twenty (20) years, with privilege of renewal at the expi ration of said term; with power to purchase, own, lease, hire and otherwise acquire arid pos sess real and'personal property of whatsoever kind, which they may find convenient in carry ing out the <>. • ta of theirassociatian and their said business, in the Judgment of its board of directors, and to sell, mortgage, hire, pledge, siil-b*t or convev the same, or Any part thereof, at will, and to reinvest at pleasure; to have a corporate seal; to borrow money and secure the same by mortgage, deed or otherwise; to issue notes, bonds and other obligations there for; to sue and be sued in and by onid corporate name; to make contracts of any kind for the furtherance of Its organization and business; to make by-laws not inconsistent with the laws of the land, and generally to have, enjoy and ex ercise the corporate powers and privileges inci dent to corporations in this state. Wherefore, petitioners pray that they and their associates may be incorporated for the purposes aforesaid, in said corporate name, for the term aforesaid, and with all the powers aforesaid And petitioners will ever pay, etc., Ate. GARRARD & MKLDKIM, Petitioners' Attorneys. Filed In office and recorded, this 8d day of May, im. JAMES K. P. CARR. Clerk S. G\, C. C. NOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN, that, t the next meet- I ing of the legislature In July, 1889, applh tion will be made for the passage of n .pedal hill to bo entitled, " \ hill to ha entitled an act to Incorporate ilia,Chatham Dima Havings Dank, with power to do a hanking business, an I an agent. assignee, receiver, executor, adtninlstra tor ami trustee, with its principal office in the city of Savannah, and lor other purposes.” TRUNKS. ■5 D.niuurt). ■ hTK.iT, lhi.pl n't-H Don't make • ml.lake. Ileraetl'a ..In of eligible lou (the ke.l property on the market), taka s place on Wednesday, ‘it*. Head bit tvlemu aud.aiau bia aditriisoatrul. AUCTION SALKS FUTURE DAYS, A Very Desirable Residence. A Liberty Street Corner Near DeSotf Hotel to be Sold at Auction, C. H. DORSETT, Auctioneer. Will sell at public outcry at the Court Housi on TUESDAY, June 4, 1889, during the usual lii)iirn of Bale, the western half of Lot No. 79 Crawford ward, and improvement*, situated <ju the northeast corner of Liberty and A her corn street. The sal I improvements consist of a conven ienlly srrang <1 Brick Residence, two stories on s basement, and contains threw bed rooms, batl room, water closet on each floor, pantry, bacl piazza, two parlor,, dining room, kitchen an( servants’ rooms in the basement; also, largi stable in the yard. This is an exceedingly pleasant residence,well located; within a block of DsSoto Hotel: Asphall pavement in front and side. It is op;n on ali sides, lielng a single tenement with a widespac between it and the house on the east. The view south to Lafayette square and Jones street, ant east and west on the grand boulevard is verl fine. The terms: one third cash, balance In one and two years, with interest at 7 per cent, and hood for titles, places within the roach of many a very unusual opportunity of securing a modi deni ruble piece of property on one of our grand est streets. LEGAL NOTICES. / < EORGIA, Chatham Coumtt.—Whereas i ’ X petition has been tiled in the office of th( Ordinary of Chatham county by (JUfUE BO UR QUIN et at., freeholders of said county, witl the requisite number of names, according t| law. praying that an election be held undei section 14. V, C sift of Georgia to determine thi question of Fence” or “No Fence" by the lega voters of said county, and that said petitlol will he garited on tbe 8n DAY OF JUNE NEX3! 1889. unless counter petition be filed. May 14th, 1881 HAMPTON L. FERRTLL. Ordinary C. C., Ua i BGAL NOTICE.-Office of Oemmlsslwniiw I j and ex-officio Judges Chatham County Georgia, Bavanuab, Oa., May 10th, 1889. Tt whom It rnay concern: Notice is hereby give* that a public road has been laid out and marked conformably to law, extending lo s direct Uni with Bay street from the extension of Baj street to the Augusta rood, and the said uea road will bn finally granted on the 1 Jru DA. OF JUNE NEXT, if no new cause be shown ti the contrary. By order of the Commls loners of Cbathao county and ex-ofllclo Judges. JOHN R. DILLON, ClerlfC. 0. q l EOROIA. Chatham Cocmty. Whereas "I ISABELLA ROACH has applied to Coua of Ordinary for I witters of Administration oi the estate of ANDREW ROACH deceased. These are, therefore, to cite and admonish al whom it may concern to tie and appear he fort said court to make objection (If any they have! bi'fo*.- the FIRST MONDAY IN JUN| NEXT, otherwise said letters will be granted. Witness the Honorable Hampton L. Ficaair.t, Ordinary for Chatham county, this tbe 3d dat of May, 1869. FRANK E. KEILBACH, Clerk C. 0., C. C. 1 J'f'- 1 l L. HAYNES J. H. ELTOM HAYIES & ELTON, •—PROPRIETORS OF Forest City Mills, ——MAKuncTuaria or— Flour, Grits and Meal, AND DEALERS IN GRAIN, HAY AND AU KINDS OF MILL FEED. The 'J**' I. the <(s to buy !*,! prop erty has been ulsrrl In years equal to ih. property to Ire sold by I'. H. OsniH ns iti. 994 Head Ut s4.< itiscuieul. No tnteresi Mo lees. 3