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DISPENSARY MEASURE DEAD.
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P # \Ol till n .
ijnrndmrni in %lake ihf Mnittrr Ap
ply |i \|| I nunllra "* * lrl
K nni’krrf Hut. *d I hru th© Hill
Died (inaair- UUnta llepnt Mill to
I oni© I p-Oftiroiitlbr Bill Klll**tf
!!•* •*rnu—l rgUlatarr to Take
Al |* r . , v, Th© W rigid di*pan-
j... , xt * k M ti . th< *i*- ial ordtr for
toxtM n • li.M-e, tak*n up th.s
viomu K Uurtu ftcr tho Journal
v* .* rc.. 1
n , . •; \f.* 75 * ©r*- :n fs%*T of th©
V.i u fid 77 araSnf? it
T > r., n-K
over +£'!'•• ng to th© report of th©
ui n favorable t> th©
.f if..- Ml. Mr. Kelly of (iU, cm a
V 4H' I to off*r 4n ainfndmrnt to ih* b. 1
after the r* j*ort of the comnd’t©©
agreed to This brought on a lengthy
argument. Snfnn coruet*ds*l tha* Mr K* .iy
. uitl b- allowed to offer the am* Knerit
> ho aa not well at*qu*im*d with the
role*, of ah© Hou*e and <1 * not kno
* *at lime t offer * • am*-i.imei.t bi
ally there • an.* ’he >© *• and nay vote
as to whether M Kelly !*♦ a.
)cwd to introduce the am* ndmao*. ani
after the vote had !•©©*■. ’ak**n. 1 and *' r ‘
in favor **f aoow r.g fie amondmmt to l
offered r and were ag . net It.
Tn© ai- ©ndm* m I' - “••• * rM
of aJiow.n.- * ‘l* '• • ’ffe or.l. -oun 1*
navlr.g c. i©> of *.♦/• InioUtaiiU, It aittSUM
art* t ul tne -
The hen .r-tntn>, ©i on h* a i "P
tlor* f to. lairn* t . Mr U right m*.
a etrng u;*in;*m .'g*.rM 11, nd M
F©id*i of Utt’b. and Mr b.aion of Ful •>,.
When the vote wae taken a* to whether
or r.ot the amendment iboukl be adopted,
i* •mod *) against the amendment and 74
to T n The vote on th' main question
then put. whl h reeuitad In the bill bring
killed by a vote of 79 li* favor of It And 77
again*! It A* i: did not receive the con*
ptlttattonal majority, it *n* declared lost
by the efeak^r.
The Ho .m- ho adjourned until Friday
morning >n amount of Thank*gl'ln* Ds>
ItlNiiia In jun Hill.
in next Tueaday the Atlanta depot bill
wtil be mad© th ape< lal order of the day.
The .ummlttee has submitted a favorable
report on the question and the opinion b
h©r© that there will b* cloaa vote when
tne bill comew up for passage.
o||Marri to I Hj*iier’s Bill.
The Penitentiary <om ml tie© Is *ald to
ha opp.H'd to the b| 1 of Turner of Ware
to change the present system of working
misdemeanor convicts and It is reported
that ihe bill will be reported on adversely
by the committee.
<>*(-npu Ih > Bill Killed.
In the S*nam this* morning the osteo
patny bill w *.•* killed by a vote of IU to 1*
The diicusfckxi of th* bill occupied the
attention of the S* a:© ail the morning
mg the bill and Sens or Kills ©as
to V 1 ♦ Senate has slao adjourns*! un
There ere only about seventeen days
mor* I*ft fer the l.wmker t this •
elon. and so far very f*-w hills of a
a I nature hove been pa**d The tax bi.
and t i e *• • i .-r >1 -• i- :>r | natlor s bill have
not >* • i* * n reporte.l to the House
(.Hill IN H%lt ** < %\ on n
Sniimn*' ( onrt l>--lire* th*
I l. ollo* AI: Right.
A 1 'ants. Nov :i-!fi d* Klon hands!
du !• t i • Sup m** <*ourt thi Horn
ing the re ent election held at Or.ffln I*
legal, and tne lairroi>rm which had been
clueed if a result of the election can b**
Tr.. result of the ejec tion wis very
cb> • srvl th* ti k t won b> a ma
jority o twelve vote* The Prohibition
Ist contested the election on tne ground
that the twelve vote* were Illegally regis
tered ii.. - •* In wae 111-re
for* void Judge U> uk m rf the Super <<r
t’ourt S’is*a:ii©d th* contention and ds
elded that 4jrifiin wa* dry.
The ! trro* m-* were cUoed The ©ntl
pTohlidti in men apfe* ~V.i tne iwae <o he
Bui*renc * urt. however, and r. re v and
the favor* '!•* decision to-day. All that
will be n sary le tor the rimit’ltur to
go frxan th* Supreme Oourt to t e 8-
p rior I‘ourt. an*l t >• *.*.,0 <i k*'* p r-* w.i
hav© a |*erf*- i rigt.t to aga.n t*k up the
aal* of liquor.
The S ipr* me Court said that after the
men had been register©i vote# were
Ht niCD IN \% K9T VIEW.
flrnsiui of Lieuf. Brumby Trsu
ferred From Oakland.
Atlanta. Nov. tt.—The body of Lieut.
TTjomas M Brumby, hero of th© battle of
Manila, now rests in West View Ceme
tery. Two we it* ago the remains were
taken from the grave t Oakland and
transferred to West View and so quietly
ws it done that only members of the
family and the 'iedertukera were ©ware
of t hang* Th* permit was laaued
some *,m* 4go, but the relatives were de
sirous of having the transfer made quietly
and without <*remonlea.
Just * little more than a year ago.
Thomas M Brumby return©d to his na
tive eta e and w*s ts orded all ihe hon
ors th** a loving people could bestow up
Th* rhang© which has been made was
desired by the members of the Brumby
family and his r laHver w ho had felt cell
©d upon or the r rm**r sad occasion to
allow* loving friends and public official*
to tik of tht exerclsef i w.
their wish that this I©*' ceremony should
be a * tended only by thentselvs
Th© mominteot which js being built to
go over the grave will be* put In place
within the ne*t two or three days.
MBI BMMHH KB aWI II I
rioyd founts to Hold an F.lertlon to
Pe*llr on Bond
Rome, tin . Nov 2* —Grand Master Max
Meyerhardi of the Geiorgia Grand Lodge
of Mason© la quite lit at his horm In this
city While his sickness 1* gtv4ou*
It will b© some time before he can attend
♦© his correspondence and other business.
An election will be hold next Saturday
to ietr-rmlne whether Floyd county shall
if- *■ 17 in bonds so pay som** floating
it. t tt*dness It Is necessary to get out
l.Vrt vote* In ord. r to villdatt the bond
Issue. That is the only thing that can
prevent tn© carrying of the measure.
t'lßiiMn Pm Notfi.
Augusta Nov 7! —The Tech and the
Davidson ! eg* football reams arrived In
the TANARUS; ink -g. v iug cay on teat on th* grid
Frank M.Mleon /and Mias Minni*
Weller b> t* of * vrdll district in this
city. elot>' l to Houth ('arollna to-night
and were married r> Justice Schiller In
<*<• n- to < onicrrn••••,
Beaufort, 8 Nov. 28,-Mr. 8 H
Bodgent. editor of tn Palm**to Post, and
Hev. A H K.irl* j* of ib ('’artoret
Htreet llflh*"h*it f , hiir l here, j, .< yester
day afterm*>n for 4'beater. S r\. to at
tend the Hruiuul * <rifer©n of 4ne Mvth
odlat Kpiacopa4 Church. South,
That Is dyspepsia
It makes life miserable.
Its sufferers eat not be-ause they
want to—but simply because they
They complain of a bad taste in the
mouth, a tenderness at the p.t of the
stomach, a fee.ing of puffy fulness,
headache heartburn and what not.
Hood • Sarsaparilla <*l red Joseph F Lain©.
Flar.agar .Ky . ©h<* writ©* Iwa troubled
with dyspepsia fur a nun.b©r *f yaars and
took medicic© that did tn© no good. I ©a
a ivi!ed b* fri©nds to trv Hood * Sarsaparilla
which I did and it put my bow*] iq p'rfect
aondltlon. gav© a© •Tr©ngth and rnax*;y and
mad© uj© f©©l lik© a n©w parson ’*
Promises to cure and keeps the prom
ise Beware of substitutes. Buy
Hood's and only Hood's.
MW IKI V tit l.vr IT M l.t %M (.
W rdtfing f 'lla* C hance and Mr.
Mnr|h> of \iiguata.
Sylvan i G.i . Nov. Jt.-Mlsa Ira Vlr
w* a (’h im .• of 8y v.*i t A Mr John
Kdmtit. l Murphy of Augus © ©c;e roar
rt- 1 #h. afternoon t r o’clock at th©
Mefho*lUt Church. Th© church was
rtanslaomoly d©cor*.-.| and th* w©ld.fu;
a heautifu! and •rilllanl <*n- Itev A
B Phillip* of th© First Christian Church,
Augusta, perform©*! th© ImpresaAvs cere
mony which md© th©m on©
Mr J \V. Overtr©©t nd Mr J K
Mart of Pvivania a. *©d *ji uahers for the
occasion. Mr G©org© Gordon of
\N'ayti©boro played th© wadding march
and to Its Inapirlng strains th© bridal
party entered, in th© following order
Mi Fred C. Bush of Augusta and Mia*
Did© Numialiy of Hylv anta. Mr Henry T
Chmr© of Wiyn©#b >r> ar 1 Mb* Maym**
Robert a uf MU!dg©v|il©. ( Mr Harry* H
Thomas Of Augusta and Mia Nel'.le
Mathews of Htatcabo.... Mr Joeish M ll©r,
Jr. of A iguetrf and MBs <* •time
i©n of Waynesboro; Mr. Georg© F. Ver
dery Augu:a ©rvl Ml© l>**al© Chance
• f Augusta; Mr Dh4* Ml l**r ..f Augitw
a and Miss Beta Lovett of Mobley; Mr
Clem I* Castleberry of Augusta ani M-as
Annie May Overstreet of BvLanla; Mr
Rjeraon Guess of Augusta and Ml a* E--
tell© Chance of Augueta; then ram© Mi*<
Lillian Oliver of Fylvmnla. the mil of
honor, and Mr II Park* Verd-cy of Au
gusta. the groom's b-at man. Last cam *
the fair bride leaning up n the arm of
him who was to be her life * rompanl *n
Th© bride ©ai* dressed in a be.*u if .1
w hite ber.galine silk, trimmed In a. co; -
dion pleating* of liberty al.k rvd applque.
and carried a silower bouquet of brld© a
rose* and ferns Th© maid of h nor w re
i white trimmed in ■ biff- n. an!
arrled yellow ehry anthem .m-. Tl©
bride*a maids wefr drnaei in whit© or
.*sn<)i> over al’k. ar.d carried ro*©*
Little Miss Maid© Chance and Mias Bai
lie Mathews were th© leui'lf 1 little flow
Rsv A P PhlUlpw. of th© F rat Chris
tian Churrh Auauk ii. I** -i f* w ani im
proeive w*r‘*a |* rfortn<l tle eremony
•ffilch mad© them one.
The party then rqiilrwl to th© horn© of
Col. T W. Oliver, un le of th© brld©.
• her© a reception w m t. and until • o'<-.* *k
Tht porlora and hall* of Col Oliver’s apt
< ;ou* home were beautifully d©cor*t©d.
mi delightful r©fr*shm©nts were served
to the many guest At 0 .10 ih© party
~-fi on a special train for Auguatn Mr
and Mrs Murphey will or.lv pass through,
and will visit a number of points In the
North and West before* returning to make
cheir home In Augusta.
Th© popularity of th© young couple wa*
evln *d In th© many oat|y ©r.d beautiful
lres©nts which they re *tv 1, srsi ©hl'h
wer© displayed at th© house The bride
la a bright and lovely spe lm*n of voun*
womanhood and excels in raII those quali
ties of h* ad and h©arl that go to adorn
her sex Everywhere that ah- ha* visited
she count* her friends and admirer* bv
th* score. Th© groom l* well-known
and sterling young bualn* mar of Au
gusta. and la w ©II worthy of th© fair pri*©
he has won.
FI.OIIIDV* Ql %RA\TI>B.
Order Uunfit Itrliiulnu ll to nn I'.ihi
nl 11 Id nlk hi >ov. JM>.
Fin . Nov. 28.—The Florida
Prate Board of Health haa t*ued the
folio* in* orV*r
‘To AU Concerned You are hereby In
formed that the ‘active* or eummer* quar
antine aeaaon of th*- at ae of Florida will
terminate at midnight. Nov SO with the
'‘Non-4mmiHM*a from Havana and oth**r
yellow fever porta or plves will be per
mitted entry’ In Florida provided they po--
aeew a certificate, by the officer of
the United States Marine Hoapltal Ser
vice. In < harire a’ Havana or other Cuban
l-ort. that the holder I api-*rcntly in good
health and free from evidence of febrile
rontaglor or Infectious dan*e.
“Baggage, wearing aiu '.a tel nnl personal
effect* from Havana and oiher yellow fe
ver Infected porta or places will continue
to be aterliUcd until further notice sold
disinfection to be performed at the Cuban
port of departure or ’he Florida port, of
entry on arrival of paseengrr*
“Joreph Y Porter. M P .
“State Health Officer of Florida.
■ Approved: William B Henderion.
"President State Hon | of Health.*'
111*1.1) tl* HI KfiGROKJ.
Itnhtirra Trying to (let In
Work \rmr %th*no.
Athene. Ga . Nov —J P Cook a
prominent farmer of Oconee county, was
hell up by four negro no n yesterday
about four mlh from Athrn>- Mr Cook
on hlr> way to the -1 1 \ and had just
p icd through Mitchell s bridge when his
horse s reins were seised by negro and
he was seised by two nun. one on each
side of the buggy
Mr Cook was armed arul iot nt the
rnnn on his Wft side, wounding him He
then turned and fired it tin- retreating
Haute of tin- other ngio. it could rot
teil whether he hit him The negroes*
acelug that Mr Cook w.*s armed, fled.
This is the Ihir.l attempt at robbery In
that section in the las: wo montn*
wiiODiiD i\ s\\ %i\wnono.
(.room 71 dear* Old. |tr!de ihnut .%<>,
hut Both llii|i|n .
Hwalnsboro. Nov. Vest* May after
noon. at the Park Ho*;-.- In this city. Mr
\V R. Adams of Montgomery o inly and
Mrs. M. F. Treadwell of tills place wre
married. Rev. J. G. Harrison officiating.
The groom 1* 71 years of *
la the father of thirteen children. and
lived with his first wife fifty years. H*
stMixls well In his county, and Is said to
bo In easy financial circumstance* The
bride Is a bruit fifty years of oa* tfh* ha
lived In this town for severnl >e.rs. arid
owns valuable real estate her* Their
many friends wish tor them muu* huppl.
Deis and prosperity
THF MOUSING NEWS: TIIUHSDAY. NOVEMBER 2!>. 1000.
VIRGINIA SECOND CROP SEED POTATOES.
Iseans, I’eas, Tonintocs, Egg t’lant,
And everything in Warranted Seed, suitable for
market gardeners’ needs. Write for special prices.
J T. SHUPTRINE
Congress and Jefferson Streets. Savannah, Ga.
J Nil, IKLI\ I HI IN l <LI MIIIA.
Four Prlaoiser* lak© Prprrstr
t Imncea for 'I heir l.ltmrtj.
Columt-. . H r . Nov. 2f —Threw
mad© a d©>p**rate atia< k *n J.viler Erwin
f th* ounty j• 1 In this city last night
While th© Jailer w *s lnap©©fing th© pris
oner- Jumr-ed on him and attempted to
te-ar him to Ihe gr .und. After a desperate
light, two of me negroes broke by th©
h*!l©r and * • ap 1. the otner ha kno'k©d
down ©ever** tunes and secured None of
(he four men had any weapon and the
fightir g wa* wph their hands. Tlve In
tent lon of th© prisoner* was to g©t the
JaWer down and choke him or per
nap# hr©*k his ne k. but being a very
pow©rful man h© su reeded In preventing
this, although considerably bruised.
Ihe tt|| 1 um Itrtafol *oli
r-4-aufoft, £. (*., N v. 3k —Mr. <> D
i;ui r of N**w York L He lias r©.
©uiy pund.aac tr.* steam tug Cheytww
fiOin th# I'rl'td tiisii# government for
I * • Th# vested It n w tied up to dt* n
or Hiy Mratt, viwrt *..© I# bljif over
auied i ©peistory to l<dtig token to N w
York Tho vessel under the tMune of th
BriM and w*s built early tn t © k* • .t
I regf. . '* ship yard in <’l ar ©at n. for tJV*
I’hosphat© M.ning Company (Limited) of
Bristol. Eng which concern was re pre
served :ere by Mr Fred Brotherhood Tn©
iirbiol was long r©gard©d a* on© of th©
mus! powerful tow lioats in there waters
During she war with Spain, a* the
Cheyenne, she was attached to the mos
quito fie* t In tne vicinity of Key West,
I j® Since (he 1 ©eea’ion of hostilities she
hf b©-©n our of ©ofnmis*l"n
NNhat he Kleellwft f *a ( arollns
Columbia. 8 C . Nov. > Bach vote
bv a Democrat In this etat© Nov *
noil th© state about f<o cents The election
©xp©r*©a were K2l.hnn. or ). BO more than
to ri hi; % rm.n in o*e bat.
Take Laxative Promo Quinine Tablets.
AH druggist* refund the money If It fall*
to cure F. W Grove’s signaturs Is on
©sch box Wr —ad.
FINER AI, IN VITA Tt OBf.
Mooney find of Mr anl Mr* T J
Mooney ar© Invited to attend tha fumcrai
of the former from No ** Liberty a tract,
*a#t. at S: o'clock this afternoon.
OWEN-The frienl* and acquaintances
of Mr and Mr* Frank T T>wen ar© re
spectfully Invited 'o attend the funeral
of their eldest aon Allen F. Owen,
from their late residence 229 Gordon
•treat, east, at 2.!> Thursday afternoon,
WHALEN The relative*, friends a: A
. quaintof Mr Jamc Whalen a ©
reap© tfully Invited *o Mtfbl hD fine ai
from N In n treet. at 230 O’ciO* k
this (Thursday) afternoon
- Buwanes Spring* < o .
Suwmi e< Springs Fla.:
Gentlem*i —I am pleased io say that 1
\.i* much benefited by a three weeks *o
Joum at vour spring" When I went to
your springs I was nearly run down with
general debility, and w m suffering with
my kdne>s. I was much Improved in
tv-xh reaper is, and although 1 hive now
been away from the springs two months.
I still ft el iha banefleial effe* t* of the
visit. 1 am persuaded that If I could have
©malned with you for a couple of month#
I would have fully regained my former
health. Yours rasper I fully.
LAT TtA T IZLAR.
U.Mckvllie, 8. C.
All you ran drink for Sc at Livingston’s.
gPF.C I %I. \OTIt K.
Our store will be rl<*wl at l:k o’clock
to-day- B. H. LEV* A BRO.
Atl Mfl* aitlnM th- Brt-.lsh steamship
Holmlea. Jnnn l.uke. master. must he pre
sented at our olttif by or before 1 an.
this da\. Nov. ID. or payment thereof wlii
be debarred J F. MINIS & CO.
I-HOI-O'* %L NNAWI.IK
City of Savannah, (tfflp, Director of
Puhllr Works. Savannah, Ga.. Nov. 24
;9®.—Beetled proi-o-utl- nil be received at
this office until Friday. Nov 30, !. at
12 o'clock noon, city lime, to furr.lrh the
city of Savannah with supplies until Dec.
31 liMU. All proposals must be mad- on
<>fll>lal forma, which can be a-cured at
thU office on and after dat-. Envelopes
to h* marked 'Proposal* for Supplies."
The city reaervea th right to reject any
or all bid- Rid* to be opened In the
presence of bidders.
OEO. M GADSDEN, Director.
HI V OM.V I HI- BBS! UIVUKM VLB.
The best is the Wheeler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale, made by Wheeler 4k Cos.,
of Belfast. Ireland, from the celebrated
Cromac Spring* of that city. These
spr.ng* are th- property of Whee.sr * Cos.
hence no other Ginger Ale menufeclurer
In Ireland has those water* but them
eelv-e The Wheeler Ginger Ale le made
from pur- Jamaica Olna-r Root and not
from Red Pepper as othera are: one ,e
deleterious--the other Is o tonic
For H-althfuln-ss and Pursy th* cels
brnt-d Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ale I* th# best.
Bole Soulhern Agent*. Savannah. G_
Turkeys, dress-d or undressed. Th- heal
lamb, The lies! beef The beat pork
Tlione us. U7J. for what you -wish.
SCOTT & DAVIS. In Market.
P S —Brains, tripe, sw-elbread. eaus
*-. spare ribs, backbone.
SPECIAL .NOTH Ft.
W- are now giving special attention to
house painting, kalsomlnlng and paper
hanging, ft- With a corps of only first
class workmen and a competent super
lni< dnent tv* can do your noils promptly
and satlsfacsortly Get our estimate on
anything In house decorating ;tn and
ANDREW HV N '.IV CO
no visa BIECITBO.
By the American Bonding and Trust
Company of Baltimore. We are author
ised to execute locally (Immediately ut.
application!, oil bonds In Judicial pr.,-
c—dlng lii either ihe state or United
States Courts, and of adimnistnatora and
DEARfNO A HULL Agents.
Telephone Si. Provident Building.
(Tty of Bavannah
Mayor s OflW, Nov 77. l
Whereas, ihe I’reaident of the*© t’nit©d
■W*’©* ha* •©• ajart a* a general thanks
giving day. Thuradax Nov 2f and
Whereas. It la eminently fit and proper
that all persons in every (ailing of bur:-
r©*s *hou and observe said day in a fit ard
proper manner, and
Whereas the paop © of this rltv and
community hava much for which to
ank an AI wis© Creator, now
T v ©r©for© I. Herman Myers Mayor of
th© rley of Savannah, do hereby Issue
this my rfoAamatlon Inviting my feilow
rlttsens to lay aside thetr secular voca
tions on that day and to assemble at
their r©spe:tlve places of worship ard
give shanks to Almighty God for hla mani
fold hteeatnjr* boett>w©d upon u#.
Given under my hand and seal of th©
•tty *f Savannah, this 77th day of No
HERMAN MYF.HfI Mcvor
A feet W>| r. BAILEY. Clerk of
I NHIBITION OF A LADIES* PHAETON
1 hr llauiUomrst In the I tilted Stale*
Th© winner of blue rlbhor. at the Horae
Show now to be seen at Feeney's Stables,
back of the theater.
Mr Kohl H Frl„ *y My Ohartwlck
Prfer Two Wh#lr ! an Hm. rue aa
r- laliv for 1,41**. lhara t>*ln actually
no hor nvo’lon. and a* tha amart ap
i,ranc of my outfit wraa rco,nla4 !n
--atantly. 1 drove In tha arena at lloraa
Show, not only evldan'-ad by *h ,pplaun
racalvad from th larc* audlanca. but by
tha awrardln, to m of flrat blua rlbbor.
Sola Aant>. Wholaawia r>ni**it
FROZEN RICE BIRDS
Grateat dainty of the aaasm.
Oysters served In every stylo-prepared
by tha mo*t noted rooks tn the South.
Congre*. and Whitakar aireet*.
Open Day and Night.
IS THE TIME TO t SE
DETERSIVE ELI ID.
It will make yoor old clothing look
.—old In large bottlr* at Sir.
Bull Street Store Open All Mght.
HOT ATI FF STOVES.
Call and aae what we hava to say
CORNWELL * CHI PM AN.
ICS ongres* street, west.
A GAME THANKSGIVING
At Frank Dieter'*.
Fin, Wet*m Turkey* Ue per pound,
line Western Ducks lie. tine Western
Geese and Chirk ana 15r. tines, Beef Rna't
15c. Lteve • .rderi* for Wild Turkeva.
Duck*. P.,rlrldgea. Dove* and Deer. Sau
mia a pecilty N B —l'*e F C. D.
Turkey Slutting Nothing nicer.
SALE OF STALLS.
City Marshal* Office
Savannah. U* . .Nov. 24. :*po.
The atal.a In the market building will be
offer-d for rer.t at pub.lr outcry or, Wet
nenday. Ihe Fifth day ot December. Ikon,
at 10 o'clock a m.
Parties desiring to retain their strips
and renting by the year will have the pref ■
aranoe. but must be on hand and respond
By order Committee on Market.
JOHN TOWER, City Marshal.
Now Is • good time to select rose plants
to plant In your garden. Come out and
see them at JOHN WOLF S NURSERY.
Oil and Anderson street* 'Phon* S4
BEf K MANN'S CAFE.
112-114 Whltsksr street
EveGthlng up to date Game.
Flih and Oyslsrs our specialty.
Imported Wusrgburger Hof Bran
on draught. Phone 720.
One 10-Inch Steam Shot Gun Feed, JJ
feet long, one Hill Oscillating Steam Nig.
gsr. * and lh-lnch cylinder*, only used
about thirty days; on* flier and Stowell
Gang Edger. with three saws, one full
aet of Filer and Stowell Lai he Machinery,
constating of bolter and gwng lathe saw
mill, one set of machinery for making
rosin barrel staves; slso a lot of Circular
Saws from 18 to M Inches diameter, from
the mill of H P. Smart A Bro. In
Emanual county. The above for sale by
VALE ROYAL MFC CO ,
FANCY AND RR-PHNBBED Bit It K.
We manufacture and sell all kinds of
farcy and r-piessed hrlck. paving an.l
building brkks Our common brick are
Ihe best for building purpose*, being
larger than other kilns make, and cheap
er See samples and prices
SAVANNAH Bt ILDING SUPPLY CO..
Congress and Drayton streets.
roßr %ni i (. m it \w
with ihli you can make your own
a* li gives a brilliant while
light of from 8) to I<*> randle pow
er. at 4 cost one-fifth of cem per
CORNWELL Sc CHI PHAN.
U* ongres* street, wesl
Abstracts ot the ,ecorded land title* of
Savannah and Coat ham county from the
settlement of Georgia to date. Money
loaned at low Interest on city real estate.
A4J3CKETT A BECKETT,
EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES St.oo,
that others charge $2.50.
Save your life, save a trip to Hot Springs, by taking
Cures when all remedies fail.
Bull and Congress. Branch .109 Bull St.
Phone* 21 S. Phone* .M 2.
BE THANKFUL AND SEND YOUR
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West, •
Ihe Only U City Show Coming to
SavinDdh This Year.
A Georgia lnstitulion —The Great
Wm. Sells & Jas. H. Gray’s
Will aihlbtt a, tha toli-wln* puf'
JACKSONVILLE ELA M mday. N" ©
VALDOSTA. GA Tu-a a N' -•
JBftrP GA Wadnaauay. Noi S.
lAVAVItH. THIRMIt t. V'V. *•
Sno, (mur.tb Boiton and East Broai
Ona Day Only Aftarnnrm and Evartne
charkerton s c roa.y. x°y ©
in m%i(SS ROTH i>
Jl*T BEFORE THAWK96IVISO
hava a (rood look at your bueey, aurry,
wa*t>n or tmrrtaaa and ara if you *',n't
oall on u tyafora Thankaklvin* and *a
lart atmtathine ou, of our lary. nn.l com
piaia at.a*k that wi,l taka tha pi,,, a of
your old ona, nd pmslbly prevent tonw
ae.'tdam by utUng your y ehF'ia or harnaaa
Otva thl* your a-tantlon
COHEN-Kt’LMAN CARRIAGE AND
WAGON CO .
Rallabla Vahicla and liarra.* Paa!<-r
Wo rapraaant all nalt,bla Munufar
(I'tX-ML ROTK Ht.
OH ERR *8 84 OTC II WHISKY,
This celebrated famous old \atto4
Highland Whi-ky is Imperiod dire-, t
fr.*tn the distillery by us
# This Oreer c* oich Whisky I*
guaranteed to I© b<rtld abroad
and is cor*ign and to u from tila?*-
'•oa-. Scotland, and i* in bind In
the United B'auit Custom House in
This grand Greer Scotch
Whisky I* beautifully mellow aul
mild to a degree and l soft to th
palate as one could p.*albly wish,
ar.sl fh©r© is a nuttineas about it
that Ir especially i>i © ng.
We arc glad to let th* public pur
chase a* sn.all quantity as they
with, eve., one bottle, for the pur
pose of tntr ducir-g th© beat brand
of Scotch whisky extant
LI PPM AN HBOS .
Llppman * Blok.
Bole Agents for the :r©<*r Distil
leries. Gieagow. Bo©tland. an*! Dub
l.n. lr'!an i. for ihe r 8. oich and
Irish Whiskies 4
Hair. moss, ticking. fiber, feathers.
Our stock of new material aid manufac
,ea piuou.te etc up .o -at,-, cut reuo.
valing and rtnukAt baa delightad many
prominent reatdenla Ask your acquelnl
at.ces Material sent u* is p. ked. steam
ed. cleaned art mediated by modern ma
chinery Making dole by mechant * We
confine our wora to mattrene* and bed
ding general!). We # 1 ti, king of a:l
kind*, moss. hair, cotton fiber, feitbers.
or any article needed in mattr s# line
NATIONAL M.XTTnFHS AND RENO
Bell Phone lIM Ml Drayton street.
City cf Pavannah. Office Director of
I-übllc Works Savarren. G* . Nov 24.
1v —Hid* will he i-eelved St thla office
until Frida) Nat M ISM it
noon, city time for furnishing feed as fol
lows. No. l Timothy hay. per inn pounds,
best quality feed brer., per KkJ pounds:
beet quality corn, per bushel: best quality
mixed oat*. To be weighed at the city
Ix>!. Envelopes to b* marked "Bid* for
Feed.” The city reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids. Bid* to be open,,l In
the presence of bidders.
GEO M GADSDEN. Director
ntn* nn im:n,
Cy of Sevennah. Office c.erk of Coun
cil. Nov 13, lX>-Blds Will be received at
this office until Saturday. Dec l. at noon,
for the following ammunition, stored at
the powder magaxtn* ol the city of Sa
vannah on the Ogeechee road.
13 cases Hotchkiss percussion shells (10
10-pound shell* to the case)
lVs cases 12-pound cannlser #hot.
The right le reserve,! t. reject any or
ail bids By order of the Mayor
W P BAILEY.
Flerk of Council.
Ttltl WAN To tit t> , ait I’l/rg.
The only way So get your carpet* prop
erly taken up. cleaned and taken care of
for the summer, t* so turn the Job over to
the District Messes.gcr at.,t Delivery Cos
telephone J, or ceil at 32 Montgomery
etreet. nod 4he> will make you an earl
mete on the cost of the work Prices
reasonable They also pack, move and
store furniture and ptanoe.
.£• M. MEDLOCK, Hupt. and Mgr,
HI SINR#N NOTiriV.
Th© ator© wHI be op©n till regvn
to-day. If you have forgotten tha
wm© order or come and get it.
BTECIAL SHERRY, bottle 12* n
MANZANILLA. bottle $i
PLOROOO, bat!la sl:s
MADEIRA (ol*D bottle fi 23
AMOROSO, bottle >1
Many other* a!w>. of all gral<*
Fine hquor* ape iaitv.
IH! S. I. HIM m..
Cor. Brougion and Whitakar.
Spoons and Forks
One of the largest and most com
plete stocks in the country. Manu
Sam’l Kirk Sc Son Cos..
106 Baltimore St., bast, Md.
/JL ’W / ‘
\MuJ c 9oj/
Fl\t:XT ntIMKX. FINCOT LCNULi
Onr (ionds nre Ihe Finest In the
*oatli. U p nre the only Optlciun* In
Savannah. Oar Work *bo|> u Our
Girona Feature. Ue grind nil |r.--
•crlption nurk on th© premises ■■me
Repnlrltiu d*ne tvhlle yoa uslt.
Eye* examined free.
I)R. M. MHW All A ntl,
Ao. 47 Hull Si. 4.a. I'honr 1 lilt.
Win(fr wedding* „nd Chrls'mas
1 ar* cm tha card. W* ar* prepared
for them, with everything that
could be W„n*rt in STERLING SIL
VER DIAMONDS.etc. And wo
propose to make It a point to savs
money for pjrchaaars. in oompeu
tlon with ali other markets.
HUNTFiR & VAN KEUREN,
Ul Bui! Btreat.
We Roast Hourly.
ni<\ LAOrATRA. JAVA MOCHA.
Ar.y of th**# hlfn4f<l r- t‘trr<).
HENRV SOLOMON & SON
Cliy of Savannah,
Offlcv Clerk of Council.
... Nov. H. 1100.
All panic. dc.irtnß lo retail liquor dur
ing the VMr will flu. , ht>lr appllca
tlon. with ine Clerk of Council a ouce.
*° the ain'' .-on he referred to Council
and action t iken upon .aid application
before the eapiratlon of limit provided
tor by ordinance.
wm r nAiLwr.
I Clerk or CouncU.
LEOPOLD ADLER. J SO. h
C a. ELLIS BARRON r AI -rrn
Vic, Pra*ldent. Ar*!. Caihl,,
The Chatham Bank
M ill b* (ilaasad to racalv* ,h ,
of Marohantr Firm*, Individual* *
Llharal favora agtendad.
I’niurpaaaad rollaetlon farllltl^,
Ir.g prompt ralutn*.
SEPARATE SAVINGS OEP4RTMUI
INTEREST COMPOUNDED ul v,
LT ON DEPOSITS. ‘
Rafaty Trapoalt Rmaa and Vaults ,
rant. Corraapondanaa aollrltayd *
The Citizens Bank
Tranaiarla m Ganaral Hankla,
kollrlta A .'manta of IndlTlu„,,
Marcbaata, Hank, and other Cor,*,
Collection, handled with aafe„,
economy and dlapateb
Interest, rompooudad qoortarl,
alloyyad on depoatta In onr Baring,
Bafety Deposit Boiaa and Btorag*
lilt tNTLEY A. nrVMARK, Pra.tdent.
MILL* B. I.A\E, Vice President
GEORGR C. FRKBMABI, Cnahlar.
GORDON L. GHOOIT.iI, Asst r.,,hl, r .
ut lilt alaiu oX Georgia
Surplus and undivided profits Bv •,
DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE OF
Superior facilities for transacting a
Central Banging Busln-u
Collection* made on all oolnta
through bonk* ,nd banker*
Ar counts of Banks. Banker*. fclrrcT>r't
and other* solicited Baf* Deposit Boiet
Department of Savings. Interest payabl*
Fa I S'erllng Eirhanga on London n
JOHN FLANNERY. President
HORACE A. t HANE. Vice Prefldant.
JAMES SULLIVAN. Ca*hler.
JNO. FLANNERY WM W GORDON
E A WFTII. W W GORDON. Jr,
H A CRANE JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROV MTERB. JOSEPH FERST
H P SMART CHARLES ELLIS
EDWARD KELLY JOHN J KIRBY
Ml Ml MCI
Accounts nf banks, merchants, corpora
tions and Individuals solicited.
Savings Department, Intareat paid quar
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaults fet
Collections made on *ll points at rea
Draft* sold on all the chief cities of tbs
world , g
JuSKI'II D. WEED. I'reatdent.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice President.
W F. MiCAL'CIT, Cashier.
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided profits *•
Th la bank ofTer* Its service# to corpvra
tions merchant* and Individual*.
Has authority to at* a* executor. ad
mlnlMrator. guardian, etc.
Issue-' drafts on the principal ci(li In
Great Britain and Ireland and on ha
Internet paid or compounded quareriy
on deposit* In the Swing’s Bepadm'"'
Safety loir- for rent.
HFINRY RM'N Fresldent.
ORO V- TIEHEIIAN. Vice rredlrr.L
JOHN M HOGAN, Cashier.
WALTER F. HOGAN Ass t Ca-h s-
No. 1640. Chartered ltA
Ha iiil it
CAPITAL, La.u/,1 SUrtPLUS *lo m
UNITED 8 TATES DEPOSITORY.
J A G CARSON. President
BEJRNE GORDON. Vice Trealdent
W M DAVAN’T, Cashier
Accounts of banks and banker* mer
chants and corporations received ur°n
the most favorable terms consistent with
gafs and conservative banking.
THE GEORGIA STATE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
15 YORK STREET, WEST.
5 PER CENT per annum allowed on
deposit#, withdrawable on demand
Interest credited quarterly
6 PER CENT, per annum allowed or.
deposits of even hundreds, withdraw
able at annual periods.
GEO W TIEDEMAN. President.
B H. LEVY. Vice President.
E. W. BELL. Secretary.
C G ANDERSON. JR. Treasurer
lo NewsHflper lift
For sale, a Forsallh Newspaper Fold*r;
will fold sheet JfxC It la In good order
price ECO It coat originally lUCO h' l
we have no use for It end want the room
It wtU be an Invaluable adjunct to any
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Cos.
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms.
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, order your lithograph'd nd
printed atattonery and Wank booka iroM
Morning News, Savannah, Ga