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A STATE BOARD OF HEALTH.
HaEAftl UK It V* HI I ' IMHOOI 'lilt
1% Tin: Hill *
Provide* lorn Hoard <>r Mue Meo
brrr, four lru the I.corals Hedl
rol Mxlrlf noil lire lo Hr If
pul Died t> lire (,firrnnr-'lMrr
A |,o l-rocldes lor Auvlltsry Hoards
lu fuel* ouol>— Uulte, of Sorb ■
Atlanta. N-*' —ln th* Houm* tht*
rr.o us if f.ro ■ of Glynn. introduced
• blit |.; - I •- *l‘ creation of a
a tala hoard of health.
I'taJer provision* of the MU th*
:* t b- ml osed ft nine member*,
four < r win m are to lie selected by the
Georg.a Me l: **l letf from lt member
rl lp. at. I the Governor *ha!l appoint th
lenialrtln* live, cne of whom shall be a
sanitary engineer. They are. to *ervn two
>.ar* and are to take eogn.xunce of th
h.alth Ir.tereeta of the slat--. make w-m
tary ime? ;:gailons from time to t me. and
Inquire particularly Into epidemics.
The board will be ofllcereri by a presi
dent and secretary ard treasurer, the la 1
ter to receive a taelarv not to ex~eel I'..''
fer annum; the other numbers to recetvi
Tne bill provide* for anxi .ary board*
In each county to be aeje-ted by the Board
of County Comm.-More r-. th-.-e to -onsist
of five ras lei phi - 1
Ibe cour ts the Mayor -* tt e county or
town, ’he hilrm tn of th- Board of Coun
ty Cemm.uii'n-rt and th. liy surveyor,
when ih*r> .* a * h an ottl< er. other*!*-
Ihe county aurveyor One of the**.
phyrictai . shall rve .* superintendent
of hea.tb It he hi* duty to report
promptly to*the u.it* ttoard the preva
lence of unus tel di-eare In hi* lounly
Monthly return- of vital Matisttc* to
the etat- board are provided for. Inland
quarantlt • l i ™ and under the control of
mo county superintendent and he ha* the
power to abate r. .i-ancr. Bull- tin* of the
outbreak of dr-ei— dangerous to the
public health -hail he Issued by the slate
board when-ver t - - - -ary and such nd
rl-e fre. iy dl*eemlnaid to prevent and
check the Invasion of doease Into any
part of the Hate.
ATI. t>TA DEPOT Ut BITIOd.
Western and Atlnntlr Itnllrond Cnm
mltlee to Take It I p.
Atlanta Nov. 19 -Th* Western and At
lantic Railroad Committee will hold ai.
lm|*ortant meeting ut 3 o ck* k on Wed
nesday afternoon In room 2S at the Capitol
to discus*. In a preliminary way, plana
for the new depot.
Chairman Bower has Invited the fol
lowing prominent railroad m-ti and otn-ra
to be present at the meeting Kx-Oov.
McDaniel. President Egan of the Central,
President Thomas of the Nashville Chat
tanooga and B' Ix>ils, Barbour Thomp
son a tel Mr. Wlckersham of the Bouth
srn. Judge McWhorter. Col. E Bruwti,
special attorney of the Stale ro.d At
torney General Terrell, Mayor Woodsaid
and W. J. Houston who was a member
of the commission wi.b h buld tha Capi
The** gentlemen are expected to give the
committee the benelit of their Ideas, nft
any practical suggestions that they may I
have to make The eotmnltlea wll seek
to learn from the lailroad ofTl ‘laic wh it
action they will take 11 the itete refugee
to build the ds>ot, aiat It mill alao In
formally discus* plan* lor lt. erection, to
gether with all legal difficult!*.- that may
The committee l* going lmo the matter
thoroughly and mill not present a hill
until It ha* canva--ed ever> matter per
taining thereto. It t- hoied to have the
depot bill reported favorably aonie time
St IT TO Ot ST THE STATE.
Central Claim* llnnerahlp of Some
Property In Atlanta.
Atlanta. Nov. 19.-I*resldent Egan of the
Central of Georgia ll.iilto.i l ha* served
notice on Col. E. T llrown. special attor
ney for the Western ami Atlantic Rail
road that h will at once bring null t<
eject the state from certain valuable ter
minal property In the city of Atlanta an<l
lying between the present •'Round House"
and Foundry' street.
The property which the Central seek* b>
recover from the suite Is about forty feet
In width by over 2,emit In length aid em
braces In all over two acres, the value of
whl h I* estimated all the way from 1300,- j
(Ml to $300,000.
This threatened proceeding on the part
of the Central has caused a sensation arvl
the suit will be one of the most Important
and Interesting ever fought out In the
r-ourts of thl* county. No paper has as
yet been Med but It I* ptobahle that the
lessees of the slate road will hi served
with an ejectment notice within the next
The Central claims ownership of this
valuable properly through the old Motitth ,
Railroad Company, which secured a deed
thereto In IMO. and which was afterward*
transferred to the old Macon and West
ern Railroad, which waa succeeded by the
Central of Georgia.
WAIT A I.Hill'll ELECTION.
Appeal From Counties That Went
Dr* I ntter Special Art.
Atlanta. Nov. 19.—Many of the counties
lr. Georgia that went dry by tpeclal legis
lative enactment will appeal to the legis
lature for the opportunity to vote on the
As If Is. they are prohibited In spite of
themselves. In seme special election*
were provide! wherein Ihe salt of whis
ky wus voted down. No provision was
made for another election In rase ot a
change of sentiment.
Thl* is the condition of Rarlow- county,
says Kenator Raker, who represent* that
district In Ihe Stats Senate. He Intro
duced this morning a hhl providing (or
Many other counties are In a similar
predicament. among these are Polk ani
Gwinnett These counties are dented the
right of local option-and they wunt the
privilege of saying whether whisky shall
be sold within their border* or not
rountlis that are dry by sp< dal enact
ment rannot vote under the kval option
law- which they think I* a burden and a
hardship, hence the move to amend the
law as conp mplated In the measure of
AIII>nesSEI> I.lit.l*l. ATI HE.
Miss Kearney Vpiike An Favor of the
Child l.abor Hill.
Atlanta. Nov 19.—Mis* Belle Kearney
addressed the General Assembly to-night
on the i hlld lalior bill, which Is now agi
tating the House and Senate Miss Kear
ney's address was listened to with a great
deal of Interest.
A number of people went before the
Committee on laibur ar.d I-ahor Statlafl *
this afternoon and made arguments for
and against the bill. A favorable report
TO FIRE A (tll.n l\ (INK HAY.
Take 1-axativ* Rromo gulntne Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It falls
to cure. E W Grove a signatura Is on
eaeh box. Sc.-al.
This root of many evils
C.anaular tumors, abscesses, pimples
and other cutaneous eruptions, sore
ears. Inflamed eyelids, rickets, dyspep
sia. catarrh, readiness to catch cod
and Inability to get r;d of it easily, pa.e
ness, nervousness ar.d drier auments
Including the consumptive tendency—
Car. be completely and permanently
removed, no matter how young or old
Ruud's S.rsspart!!. was rl**n the daughter
of SUu Vernaoy. Wswsrslng. K. V . who had
broken oat -* :i. %rr [ *or#a s'.! over her
for. ar.d heed The f r*l bott.e helped her
end when b had taken tx the aor** were all
healed and her we* smooth He writes
that the ha* n*ver shown any sign of the
Promises 'o cu-e and keeps the
promfs*. / V. y-jr i-jgglst for It
todav - • •
repeal or the mx. lw.
Mat Wean It In an %l talnrem Tux on
• lie i anlnt* llr*rl.
Atlanta. Nov. 19—Th* r*p al of the dog
..w I* wtII! being discumad among th*-
Ileum members The r**|ori from W.\
cio*:- that thr* had been a likh betwee.i
the owners of certain flocks of sheep and
certain dogs has set the discussion going
Members from the section for whose
tent fit the law was first psssed. ar* re*
i>oiit*ible for the repeat, for th*y vote*!
almost in concert for the repeal <f th*-*
Horn* of the members think that th *
leet w*y to get at taxing th* dogs of the
state is upon an *d valorem iaM Judge
Lumpk n's decision in * caw In Fulton
Hi.lwjJor Court that they are property,
is pointed to In f>np|ort of this rontention.
After this decision war* rendered. Repre
sentative Fop* land of \Y )k-r. had a val
uable hunting dog in his county levied
upon for a debt, and the animal was soli
nd the proceeds applied to the execution
Agfunst the dog owner.
It now s* ems likely tha* an effort w ill
M- made io have dogs returner! for taxa
t!on just as horses, mules and *attle are
THE NEWS AT THOHAAVILLB.
TUf Fatal Nnnihfr Thlrtffn-Thomi*
ThomafvHla.Ob., Nov. 19.—Tha Rpworth
iiriue th#* carnival.
The carnival kjk a financial iuwmii It
pili out. and all th* pay attraction* made
money. Whether it paid the community l
The mjfiari'tltlouff will And encourage
ment In xomo of the of the bad
railroad rmah up near thin city yeater*
day. when on* of the nremn u ie killed.
I itivi two locomotives and five fr< litht car*
lulled alth merchandise. wt*re demoli.Hhe#l.
Hath freight train • arrk I thirteen cam
A show tar on one of the traune wu
numbered thirteen. It had been Iri Mtveral
C W Black shear won the prlxe offered
by the Tlmcn Enterprltc for h*
rueen to tme population of TbomanvlUe.
Ills gucex wan 5.391, The population 1*
Col, H G. M Ltndoti, who hae be*n
a vgjr all the umm#-r for hln health, re
turned home last night
Thomas county in congratulating itself
lc\er the acquisition of another represen
tative to the legislature. It will have
j three hereafter
WHF.CK TUB Mil THF.lt> PD’E.
One Man fterloualy Injured—% Inril
Oa.. Nov. 19 News ha* jttnt
reached her© of a wreck cm the railroad
running from ll#xiehurat to Xlcholl* and
owned by the Southern Fine rompuny of
Georgia, and th© serious injury of n white
An extr.% engine was carrying out some
treatl© timber, on which w.is He tlon
Koretnin John Griffin and his crew of
By some means th© -ar jumped th©
(rack and th© limber wa hurled in every
direction, one piece falling actos* Mr
Griffins cheat, breaking *i number of
lon#*s and injuring him Internally. He
Is not expected to live
An extra engine with a train of lum
ber. on th© O. an I W. Hh irotd tan into
tt# i*g trju. Mclnt to the O id W
yard at an early hous this morning. Both
enginex were damaged considerably. Th©
.creek was caused by the watchman Ig
naling the train In. when the track was
Mr K O Haem has the finest crop of
potatoes In thie section He expects to
gather about l.ono bushels
Fille r SF.kXION IN IttiMF-.
I silled Males Court Held There.
Other 3rns Notea.
Rome. Ga . Nov. 19—The ftrst session
of the l ulled Btstes Cout I In Rome wis
opened here this morning by Judge W.
There waa a large attendance and the
court room crowded. Col A. B. Mont
gomery. president of th** Floyd County
Confederate Association **•
olUHiinied foreman of the grant! Jury.
The memiers of ihe Rivet and liar-
Isir Commlltee left this morning for
Gadsden. Ala . on the government learn
er Leola Chairman Burton wlil me t
To-night Cos! and Mrs John C. Prinlup
gave an elegant reception In honor *>f
Judge Newm in AV*out NS) of Hume s
prominent cltlaens attended It.
It ork of ilk Supreme i unrl.
Atlanta. Nov. 19—The Supretn* Court
to-day took up Ihe criminal d.s kel, there
being seventeen cases set for hearing true
week The 'Baker case will probably be
It Is undetstood that the court will
h ind <lowt. Its decision In th* City Court
of Macon Thnrsd > S-illcllor 11.Klg*-* ha*
entered th*- same motion In another ca-e
from Ihe City Court of Macon, mat of
\ Drapct, charged with gamidtiig
\\ ell* *l nt Waynesboro.
j Waynesboro. Ga.. Nov. 19—Dr. W. D.
Beckwith and Miss Mae Bell* Cox were
1 quietly mamed here to-da\. and left at
'once to spend lh*lr honrymuon In Flor
ida. The sudden decision was aulte a
surprise to ihelr many friend* here.
Will Decide u kii*annli f nae.
Atlanta. Nov is —Th*- Supreme Court,
next week, wlil hand down the ikclslon
In Ihe eawc of Ihe Savannah. Thunder
boll and Isle of Hoi>e Railway vs. the
city of Savannah regarding u business
ECCBMAt No CURE, Ml P4Y.
Your drugxls) will refund your money If
Paxo Ointment falls to cure Ringworm.
Tetter, Old Ulcers and Bores, Pltnplew and
Blackheads on th* face, tuid alt sktu dis
THF. MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1000.
VIRGINIA SECOND CROP SEED POTATOES.
Beans, Peas, Tomatoes, E(j(j Plant,
And everything in NN arranted Seed, suitable for
market gardeners’ needs. Write for special prices.
J T. SHUPTRINE,
Congress and Jefferson Streets, Savannah, Ga.
COTTON HIL*MI CLOSED.
Ilrfu*d DlM'lisrae n Wonun i*
Dr mandrel by Urnvrn.
Col urn; la. f* C, Rath Cotton Mills
*t Lar! v are idie. Th* weaver* i a <•
l out, ar.d th* mill management has
i given them a certain time in which to
i return In the event they fall to do an.
ihe mills will be shut down for two
The weaver- demand'd that th* single
| female weaver In the mill be dlschar* and
• iiua- she refuse* to Join th* union
j Th*- nxnag.mtnt refund to discharge tha
Tr,. paimer New York Stock Compiny
i with itn mcmOera. la !raiilt<l In New
Th- wheat grower* o* have
: formed .n ..iirlatiofi ll.rh member oil *
; Trvt.uti-, tow anl n rn*’ find. The i>ri*e
: ire to be nK.r.M next tear.
M'txiAL nn rsH chi ismo.
Heveoue Culler* lo laiuk Out for !>!•-
Wa.hlngton, Nov. 19,-Thc Pre*ldnt
under the authority of the aci autuor.*-
ing him to causo a callable number of
liubltr vecel* 10 crul.e uf>on the toai
In the season of .even weataer. 10 af
ford ail to dl<tre**ed navigation, ho*
■ lelgii.i!.'l lhe following ve*,el of the
rev. h i.- , niter eervlce to fierform *fv''ltl
winter rr ii!*lnw Gresham, OruAiJ*g >.
Alfon'iuln. Wlmiom, Semlnolo, Woodbur .
Ut.t.r and Ualla*.
I om|ien*ntlon for Holilirrlr■.
AHania. Nov. 19—Mr McFarland of
I ianklln introduced a hill In lh.. Le*giaU
ton- providing for the iomi>entlon of
. wnere <af pro|-ity who Incur lucre. b>
II aeon of robbery or larceny. The bill
give? lo ruch perron* one-half of the fine
upon the culpril by the Judge, or In case
the convict : hired out. one-half of the
hire is to go to such persons.
Vlallroad *slr Poatponed.
New Orleans. Nov 19 -The eal of the
New Orl-ane and Weeiern Railroad nn.l
It* Tort Ch.ilmelte !■ rmln.a and ware
houeew wa again poeifwned to-day on
account of no bidder*. Thl* IA the second
postponement, the upset price formerly
ticlng ll.wo.doe * reduced to 17*0too A
further redurilon iirobably will bt- asked
llaera l.unril* Admitted.
Atlanta. Nov. ID—Adjt Oen Byrd to
day Is. in il an opier admitting the Maceo
Guard*, a negro military company of Au
austa, into the state service. This till*
i up the state's quota of n* arm troops. TTie
Maceo Guard* .re designate.! a* Com
' pany O. First Battalion Infantry. G. 8
Fever fan He fared.
In on* day with one bottle of Bryan's
fever cure. I*rlc at* rent. AII druggl.tß
return the money If It falls to cure —ad
FI VKRAL IIVITtTIOM.
AMBROSE—The filatlve* and friends
of Mr. and Mrs. J. I! Ambrose and fam
ily are requestid to attend the funeral of
the latter from Grace Phurch al 3 o'clock
thl* afternoon. Interment Laurel Grove
COYLE—The relative* and friends of
Mr. and Mrs. \V 8. Coyle are Invited lo
attend the funeral of Ihelr son. Mathew
Joseph, from No. fll Jones street, east,
at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon.
I)E K VI.II UIDIIE NO. ,1.0. O. F.
A regular meeting of the lodge will be
held thl* evening at it 30 o’clock
Members of elster lodge* and visiting
brethren cordially Invite! to att* nd
C. H. CARSON. N. G.
W. W. GROSS, Secretary.
LAFAYETTE Meuwa CAMP .VMf.
I . C. V.
The regulitr meeting of th* camp will
he held this evening at the KnigtMs of
Pythian Hill, ai *3O o'clock By order of
the commander. J K. WILSON.
SAVANNAH LODOK NO. |S3, H. P. O.
A regular meeting of this lodge will be
held till* (Tueed iy) evening al * 30 o'clock
at Elks' Hall Visiting brother* are cor
dially Invited to attend
J J. KIRBT. E. R
L. J MAXWELL. (Secretary.
>*Pld Ia I. NOTH l>.
-edition de Luxe of Bicycle Build-
THE IDOI TIERCE CUSHION FB AME
Nothing o approach is will he seen the
.-nmlng year. Snmpl** of 1901 BIERCE
'CYCLES can be seen for the next two or
three day*, and the public are Invited to
call and Inspect them.
THE PIERCE CUSHION FRAME
CIIAINLES9 Is an Innovation In the art
of 'cycle building Just ns great an im
provement on the rigid frame as waa tho
pneumatic over the solid tire.
We might also a*l*l that TIERCE
'CYCLES are New York's favorllee. A
conservative cellmate claims that three
times a* many PIERCE 'CYCLER ore
sold in that city aa nny other one make.
We have a quantity of 1900 bicycles on
hand, and our prices are an attractive
feature. R. V. CONNER AT.
JM-3IS Bull street.
ELKS' carnival bills.
AM bills against the Eiks' Carnival mint
be presented by Wednesday, 21ot, 1J m.,
to the undersigned.
W. J. WATSON, Chairman.
Wanted to purchase, a 15 lo 26-horae
tower upright or locomotive holler. Ap
ply I. SILUKKUKKU ACO .
*FEfTnr>ii i it h.
Ha.anmh, Ga Nov 3. ltfo
BTATE or GEORGIA. CHATHAM
POI NTY—Emily A l-awion and other*
having applied for the alteration of th.
old Causten'. Bluff IP ad from a point
near where .aid road enter* the Sklda
way Shell Road running ea.ierly five hun
dred feet (M. with a width of forty feet
UCd, thence running t> .rtherly at right an
gle# lo the said easterly portion of sail
new road *evant*en hundred feet (1.7001
more or leas, with a width of fifty feet <fc"
connecting with th- old Causten . Bluff
read according to a plat of said altered
road .ttacheo to said application. Said
altered road running entirely and wholly
through the land* of th* said applicant.
Notice Is hereby given that said applica
tion will be finally gtanted on the 13th day
of December neat If no sufficient cause be
shown to the contrary
. J J DALE. C P C.
JOHN LYONS, P. P. P.
W D BI.MK.INB. C. C. C
O REL'BEN BUTLER. Clerk C C C.
Mr Andrew Hanley.
Suw.nee Springs, Fla.:
Dear Sir—l um proud so .ay that I am
entirely cured Irom the Use of Suwanee
water I had to he helped on and off the
train on going, and tn three days I could
walk all over the place without a cane
I was there thirteen day* and came away
n well man. I only hope that everybody
suffering from rheumatism will only try
it. and I am willing to Make my life that
It will do the reel. If any one doubts
this let them call at U. H. Levy g,
Hro.'M and aek them. I !• ft weighing lfh
pounds, and In thirteen days my weight
wa a* usual, JOn pounds. Now. Mr Han
ley. my friend. Mr Chris Connor, wants
to come down for Iwo weeks, and will
you please give him roem St. Roeg Cot
tage. Reserve It for him; he will be
there Wednesday or Thursday.
Clerk at B H. Levy & Bro'.
All you can drink for 5c at Livingston s
Will gt the handsome Lap Robe The
holder of same can call at the Reposi
tory and make .election.
COHEN-KULMAN CARRIAGE AND
Broughton and West Broad Streets
"Up-to-Dat* Vehicle and Harnesa Dealers
sen wars cm:
Is the place where you can satisfy
your appetite with all the dellca*
clea of the season
Oysters from the GULF and
Alm Game In scon.
GEO C SCHWARZ. Proprietor.
Open day and nlgnt.
Dining room upstair*.
Wholr.alr and Retail Druggist..
Wholesale Department. I3T Con
gress street, west. Georgia Phone
Retail Store.. 133 Congee*, atrrel,
see.l. Hell Phone 144. Hall and
f heritor street., aader Guards' Ar
senal. Hell and Georgia Phones Oft.
WE INVITE VOt
SHREDDED WHOLE WHEAT BIS
Thu natural hone, blood and muscle build
er. It con'ain* all the elements that are
found In the human system.
It is a light, short bread, and Is already
We recommend thl* food to people
(troubled) with weak digestion.
A. M A C. W. WEST
CBy of Sovannsh. Office Clerk of Coun
cil. Nov. 13. 19(io —Bids wlil be received at
this office until Saturday. Dec. 1. at nuon.
for th* following ammunition, stored ai
the powder magazine of the city of Sa
vannah on the Ogeechee road
13 cases Hotchkiss percussion sheila (10
10-pound shells to the case).
134 cates 13-pound cannlser shot.
The rlghl !* reserved to reject any or
all bids By order of the Mayor.
W. P. BAILEY.
Cierk of Council.
THH WAY TO CLEAN CARPETS.
The only way to gel your carpel* prop
erly taken up. cleaned and taken car* of
for lh* summer. | o turn the Job over to
(h District Me-sengsr are! Delivery Cos.
telephone 2. or call at *1 Montgomery
street, and they will make you an esti
mate on the cost of the work Prices
reasonable They also pack, move an-l
store furniture and pianos.
C. H MEDLOCK. Supt end Mgr
BECK MANN’S CAFE,
U 2-114 Whitaker street
Everything up fo date. Game,
Fish and Oysters our specially.
Imported Wueriburger Hof Brau
on draught Phone 710.
DOOR*. KAMI. BLIND*.
And everything In the building material
line. We are headquarters for thcee
goods, with the largest aod most com
plete stock In the Bouth. Buy While Pine
Doors. Bath and Blinds for your new
ANDREW HANLEY COMPANY.
" M’H IAL NOTIC E. "
Neither th* master nor con*.gne* of
the Italian bark Francesco will be re
sponsible for any debt* contracted by the
crew. RTRAOHAN A CO..
Savannah. Ga., Not. 90, 19fU
DOOR CHECKS AND SPRINGS
The most effective cneck on the market. Every one
guaranteed. For sale bv
PALMER HARDWARE CO.
Bav aud Jefferson Streets,
SAVANNAH. - - GEORGIA.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West.
EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES SJ.OO,
that others charge $2.50.
Save your life, save a trip to Hot Springs, by taking
% Cure* when all remedies fail.
Bull and Conkre.**. Branch 309 Bull St.
Phone* 293. Phones 382.
By REV. F. W. GUNSAULUB
.( AMDS’ H LL. Till HSUAY, NOV. 2a.
M P. M.
Seat* on sal.- at Y. M H A, Boll.lSn*
Wednesday. 9’to 11 * m md .i 10 *'. p m
BKEATAL MITII W.
CHEER'* SfOTC II \\ lll*KY.
Thl* eelebrase-I famous oM vatte.|
Highland Whisky It Imfeirted direct
from the distillery by us
Thl* Greer Scotch Whisky Is
guaranteed to lie bottled abroad
and I* consigned to u* from Glas
gow, Scotland, and Is in bond In
the United States Custom House In
This grand old Greer 3-otch
Whisky Is beautifully mellow and
mild to a degree and Is soft to the
palate a* one could possibly wle.'i,
lira! there Is a nuitlnes* about It
that Is especially plem.ng.
We are glad to let th>- public pur
chase a* small quantity u they
wish, even one bottle, for ’lie pur
jiose of introducing the best brand
of Scotch whisky extant
UPPMAN BROS .
Sole Agents for the Greer Distil
leries. Glasgow Scotland, und Dub
lin. Ireland, for their Scotch uni
Irish Whiskies i
renovating— MATTKESSBB REN
OV 11 ING.
Hair, mess ticking fiber, feathers.
Our stock of new material aid maiiufa* -
lurad product* ate up .*> -at.. our mio
vating and remaking has delighted many
prominent resldenta Ask your acquaint
ances Material sen: us le i*. k*-J. ateain
ed. cleaned an*l mediated by modern ma
chinery Making don* by m-chant* a. W.-
.-onflne our work lo mattresses aid bed
ding general.). We *e.l t. king of a!
kinds, moss. hair, cotton, liber feather*,
or any article need.d .n mattr*-sa Un*.
NATIONAL M ATTHESR AND RENO-
V ATI NO CO
Bell Phone 113* 331 Drayton atreet.
nt'v o\la tin: hivi i.im.i u AUB.
The best I* lh* Wheeler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale. made by Wheeler & Cos.,
of Belfast. Ireland, from th*- celebrated
Croma*- Spring* of trim city, Th* e
springs are Ihe property of Wheeler & Cos,
hence no other Ginger Ale manufacturer
In Ireland has those waters but them
selves The Wheeler Gtr.ger Ale Is made
from pure Jamaica Ginger Root and noi
from Red Pepper, as others are; one ,s
deleierloun—the other is tonic
For Henlthfulnes* and Turley the eel*,
hmted Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ale la the best.
Role Southern Agents. Savannah, tin
ROTlf l .
City of Savannah.
Office C;*rk of Council,
Nov. H. 1900
All parfie* desiring to retail liquor dur
ing the year B>'*l w ill fl> their applies -
tlons with the Clerk of Council I* r:; ■
so that same i*n be referred to Council
and action taken upon said application
before tho expiration of limit provided
for by ordinance.
WM T BAII.BY,
Clerk nf Council.
AMI AND CYPRESS LI MHKH FOR
160.000 feet of ash. suitable for wheel
wrights. carriage makers, ear work* ari l
Inferior house finish Also cypress lumber
of all slats. We have resumed cutting
our famous brands of cypress shtngl*--*
and will soon have a full line of them for
sale VALE ROYAL MFG CO
RtINIIX EXI.< t 1 I II
By the American Bonding and Trust
Company of Baltimore. We are author
ized to execute locally OmmedUtt-ly up.*,
application), all bor ds In Judt lal pr >-
ceedlnga In either tho state or United
Stales Courts, and of administrator* and
PEARTN* Si HULL, Agents.
Telephone 394 Provident BuJWSfUf,
The finest line of Man>ls, Tiling and
Grates In Ihe city. Prices rock bottom
Sxv* money' by seeing our good-. before
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO .
Corner Congr. w and Dtayion. ’
Abstrscts of Ihe reco-ded land titles of
Savannah and Chatham county from the
sattlement Of Georgia to date. M-ney
loaned at low Interest on city real estate.
■BECKETT A BECKETT.
11l SIM’S* NOTICES.
The Fruit Cake
It should be made at
once and s>et to
ripen. All the in
gredients are here.
London Layer Raisins, lb 15c
St-'di-d Ralslrw. package 17'.c
Currants (cleaned) 1-lb. cartoon.lie
Citron, pound ISc
Ory-’uUird Or ir.go Peel, pound 30c
Crv- altxe.l Lemon Pfel, pound.!oe
Demtrara Sugar (dark) Sc
B.s k Molasses.
The S. W. Branch Cos.
Corner Br< .ghton and Whitaker.
Spoons and Forks
One of the largest and most com
plete stocks in the country. Manu
Sam’l Kirk & Son Cos..
106 Baltimore St., Hast, Md.
Aro those at tv.d-h Ihe wed
ding presents arc all above
criticism 3Ve are constantly
contributing to ,iiy u -ial bit**
wn.u *ur STERLING Bit*.
'UR CUT CLASH. STAT
UARY, RRIC-A-BRAC, Etc
Mi i inn
Jeff.v th. 213 Bull
A*K lot r liquor dealer
We Roast Hourly.
An, of these blended a* desired.
HHNRVSOLOMON & SON
IK YOU Want good MATERIAL
and work, order your lithographed and
prtnted stationery and blank books froos
Morning News. Savannah. Go.
LEOPOLD ADLER. JNO. K
C. 8 ELLIS. BARRON . V.
Vice President. Ass '.,F,
TAe Chatham lank
Will be pleated lo receive th, ,
of Merchant*. Firm*, Indlvldu* > >- ' 1
and Corporation*. “ a *’.
Liberal favor, extended
UnsurpaaMd collection facllltle,
Ing prompt returns.
INTEREST COMPOUNPKD gl'ai' V
LY ON DEPOSITS ‘ R ‘
Safety Deposit Box*. *nd Vau t> ■-
rent. Corre.pond,nee solicited *
The Citizens Tani
Transact. a General ll n u a
Solicit. Acconnta of InUlvldaal-
Merchants, Bank* and other tor,,*
Collection* handled with aaf. ( ,
economy and dU|atrb
Intercat. compounded qoarf*rly
allowed on deposit, la oar S T , U|l
Nafet, Deposit Boie. and Atortg,
BRANTLEY A. DENMARK. rre.Um
MILI.N B. LANE, Vies* President
fICOHQB C. FREEMAN. Cashier.
GORDON L. GROOVER. Asst r,|,|„
of ills State of Georgia.
Surplus ar.d undivided prolfts .. r,;,..
DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE Of
Superior facilities for transacting a
General Banking p. . r>a
| Ccdlectluns made on all point*
• : ' .. ■ igr, i .ink- and : . -.-v
Accounts of Banks. Ranker... M-r
and others solicited. Safe Deposit Both
Department of Savings. Interest payshs
Sell. Sterling Exrhonge on London (
JOHN FLANNERY. President
HORACE A CRANE. Vice Presd.r.l
JAJIEB SULLIVAN. Ug*hler
JNO FLANNERY WM W GORDON
E A WEII. W W GORDON fc
H A CRANE JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROY MYERS JOSEPH FER S T
H P SMART CHARLES ELLIN
EDWARD KELLY JOHN J KIRBT
M ms in
Accounts of banks, merohants, rorpors
tlons and Individuals solicited
Savings Department, Interest paid quar
Safety Boxe. and Storage Vaults
Collections made on all points at rss
Draft, sold on all th* chief cities of the
world. , ...
JOSEPH D. WEED. President
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice Pres dent
W. F McCAI LET, Cashier
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided proflls *
This bank ofTer* It* *arvFe* to corpo
rations. merchants and Indtvldual-
Har authority to act as executor, ad
ministrator. guardian, etc.
Issue# draft* on the principal r m In
Orest Britain and Ireland and oo th*
Interest paid or compounded quarterly
on deposits In th* Savings Departing!.
Safety boxes for rent.
HENRY BI.VN. President.
GEO. W TIBDEMAN, Vice Presldtat
JOHN M HOGAN. Cashier.
WALTER F. HOGAN. Asst Cashier.
No. 1545. Chartered IS*
Hills ill i
CATITAL, KOu.OOO. SURPLUS I'."'®
UNITED STATER DEPOSITORY
J A G CARSON. Presldenl
REIRNE GORDON. Vice President
W M DAVANT, Cashier
Accounts of banks and hankers. n*r
| chsnl* and corporations receive*! i-pei
the most favorable term* consistent **
safe end conservative banking
THE GEORGIA STATE
BULDINQ AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
-15 YORK STREET. WEST
sjj PER CENT, per annum allow" 1 en
deposits, withdrawable on detnsni
Interest credited quarterly.
6 PER CENT. Per annum alius' l
deposit* of even hundreds, wliM™
able at annual period*
i GEO W TIEDKMAN. Presldenl.
B. H. LEVY, Vice President
E. W. BELL. Secretary
: C O. ANDERSON. JR . Treasurer
lo mm Mitt
For eale, a Forsallh Newspaper I'ud'f.
will fold eheet 27xC If t* In * < ' l “ t
prtce |l(. It coet originally S • 1
we have no uoe for If and wan! '•*
It occuple*. _
It will be an Invaluable adjunct *®
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Cos
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms;
OLD NEWSPAPERS. 300 for 1* **
-Business Office Morning New*-