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YACHT club to have a lake.
tvvriirß FK.vn'KK to hr added
tiik 11 ODSOMK GHOISUI.
|li>| • S. ••*"" llH ' Aothnr and Pro
of Ihr I’lan Which Will Add
tanthcr lllrorllnn to the Mmi
,hr t lab Already Possesses—The
larli Woo of the < lali lloiir tn
11,. < unv cried Into a Ukf,
aud a Suspension Bridge
thrown Aero** From Ihr llluff.
.0.1 U Mrlna Defrayed by V.l.n
-IMr> I oiilrlliullou. From Member*.
, onn.lallon Hrlnu Provided lor
~ ©Melon to tne various new Mnptov©-
, the Savannah Yacht Ciub. which
, r.-n ly been mentioned, there l an
r \ try contiderable Improvement .n ,
Of which many of the mrmleri |
.r* not yet aware. The improve- i
, , ~ being made by the voluntary ron
of the member* of the club.
l„. :nl included in the scope of tic
a n of new improvement* decided upon
, v the club *ome time rince.
T* i.ew improvement consist* In con
x , r,.1 ,he stretch of marsh Just west of
ob house Into a lake, and the work
~ t end i already under way. Some
( ivill doubtless make the comment
4 there is water enough alreaily In
, , ir.ihorhood of the club house, and
,t , nid a lake where there is already
„ r will be to create & suimrtlulty of
.i pool thin(.
• not the idea of the members
t .. Improvement Committee however,
the Idea of thoee members of
t . .o who have hod the matter ex-
I : ,tt e : to them Maj. A. 8. Baron I* the
if the ptnn, and It I* under his
tn that the work Is now being
: on. MaJ. Bacon has had this pur-
I .. in mind for n lontt time, but ha*
„ ...sen of it to a few trlends. wait
k ■ ■ me proper psychological moment
... . .ring It on the members With rhe
t; ri; ot improvement which now r*
- . the club. MaJ Bacon concluded that
ume had arrived to put his p.ans tn
.i. non. and accordingly unfolded them
i, . ... of the puhlle-splrlted member*,
it i- mething mote than a gentle hint
l , i -.trlbution. The contributions were
i r i iTljr forthcoming. and the work has
I uitler way for a week. It Is a fact
t . a majority of the members of the
.: . know vary little about whin I* being
art.l nine of them know nothing al
a i . mmt It. In this work Maj. Bacon
1... 'p- hearty approval and co-operation
, broth-r members of the Improve
n • . 'ommltte©. Mr. H. A Palmer and
Mr James M Dixon.
The Stretch of marsh owned hy the .'lub
r.-r ...tn* ls> f.-et west of rhe club houw©
for some time been about the only
unu'd., tive feature of the place. The
tides overflow It and leave flab ami other
i i.r . matter to decay shore and when
lie wind I* from that direction there Is
nn ur.pbuisani odor. It was generally
looked upon, of course, as one of the
r itur.il in Idents to a suit water resort
and there were no complaints on this
r Maj Bacon saw, however, where
• a,desirable spot eould be done away
w h anil a feature added to the yeneral
m> of lmi>rov,'ineni wltlch could not
t., I meet with approval.
• of march tlmi I* to he unt.l-
I r... I '..r this purpose is about 4n feet In
)• by Si In breadth. It will be walled
If from the river hy a strong
Ink or dyke. This bank will
14 feet at the hn<e by < feet almve
tig. ..resent level and will Is* constructed
* , -ter shell* and river mud. which Is
.!•*< ted to Rive a very durable cmhank
t a a trunk will he provided nt a Con
or >nt poln l where the water will ie
s nr.l to Mow lit and out at high tIJs.
i, which will Is* closed as the tide falls
• order to keep the water at the desired
crpth in the lake. The trunk will act
• omatlcally m order to respond to the
ir.Hemeriis of storm tides.
M,J. Bacon only broached his idea about
dav uyo. but work has already been
ti ier way for several .lays, and It Is ex
1* s| to have* the improvement com
f ted within thirty days. About nn.mo
l ■ of Imnher his already hem sunk in
moral). chiefly as sheet piling, nnd
t ral thousand bushels of oyster shell*
t.e t-en used io furnish the foundations.
■ *n the rmlankmrni Ilf completed u
t 1 I beach will hr- pr.ovld.sl on the ou'er
I The bluff side of the lake will be
As an ornament to the lake a* well as a
r-i ter of convenience, a *u*ienedon
"' US' will he thrown across It from the
>'! touching the embankment and ter
tt l iny on a Moating platform on the
I r, which la Ini.•tided for the conven
in' e af the ladle* In embarking to and
f'.ni their boats on their yachting trips
T • long cable, which was stretched
•found the grounds at the Elkw Fair for
< purpose of shutting oIT the track for
Ute .arlot races from the tents, has been
•*■ urevl by Maj. Bacon to be used In con
Mulcting the suspension bridge The cable
1 strong and in good condition, and Mat
la on predicts that It will not only make
• 1- ut and attractive bridge, hut one
Vvr h will hold as many people as ran
fan.! on ft.
"ab Bacon says that he trusts that
• tne of Ravannah'a millionaire citizens
*IU present the club with a couple of
•• ins for the lake. A pair of gondolas has
• been suggested, hut whether "to
If*' I from" or not ha* not been decided.
®ne of the youngsters, whose fathers
l: * memtiers of the club, are already hav.
■> model yachts made to sail upon the
„nd th.s Is likely to prove great
•bn for the Juveniles. It Is proposes! to
• the lake with Msh of several dlffcr
*>• .art ties.
Improvement Committee, of which
Albrinan James M Dixon Is chairman.
*" great deal of work to Its credit.
1 foundations are now being provided
' r ■ of the most complete howling al
• ' he found In Ihls part of the conn-
The alley will be lo .tied Just off
hoard walk to the hoot house, and
ty-seven large piles are now In place
•'■! *r 'wing driven dotrn In the marsh
0 ‘ irnlsh the foundation for the struc
'-'e The howling house, for which an
•r die design has been prepared by Mr
. " Whrnver, will bn ion feet In length,
*''h in ate-mom 3ix2S. The Brunswlck
— ’opender Company, famous as
> t .r. rs of billiard and pool table*
• tur sporting apparatus, have been
• I‘*e 1 ‘*e contract for u double alley, und
1 I out their own workmen for this
Tne nlley Is expected to lie com
’ • and In readiness lor use within the
' luwri tennis court and the croquet
• ‘I Is which w.-re |>rovkde<l some time
have hern freely availed of hy the
"■ 1-1 i, and the I,nils of their families
Bun dub annex has proven a
„ 1 |. Mar feature with those member*
arc handy with Ihclr gun* There
'' i attractions nt the club with
• Hie members and their friends are
r " l,r ' not the least of which Is the
doming pool which Is ono of
h.ndsomeM m the South.
, ‘ 1 achl Club and Ms surroundings
~ ‘ j’tohahly the most attractive spot to
• -in 1 in ti| o county outside of the
1 I with the improvements now un
• 01 pitted tn.- club will have the
a , '-mest and mom complete quarters
■>■ elm! ar organisation on the coail,
• lr norih as Baltimore at least.
~ ha* been discovered that Monongw
‘ 1 n '>r Is ruinous to boilers, having
'" n *>alns of sulphuric add to on •
I,' * disastrous raalo, according to eg.
, rh, r piopottleti does not oh aln ex
, h ; 1 uson* of drought, but even when
i 'tloti I* greater the water la noi
■* it should he for steam-making
~V Require * pur.-, gentle, tn
f—lK| Y vigumtiag •tunuSaui and
\ V 4/ / l tonic to aid dlgesuou. •itm
l ulste and
- HRK w and to glee new strength to
JfcjMa -> ) body sod brain.
Jpl N. \ UtnT%!u%M*g# h ionic when
(jyk you arc run U wn *nd dc
\ when heart U
/ Iyk \ wt*k and th- t-lorxl ulumrUh
r I * n \ \lt usiu faihns natun to
' r v \ime it* funcuon*. ituures
’wfrethiDg Wr and imparu Tim and euetf y to
every part of the body.
Over 7,000 doctor* prwarrlbw It, and
2,000 honpltikln uw It rxrlutlvely. The nnd
ard of purity aud esrwltenre for AO year*.
. It It the only Whifkey taxed hy the Government
a medicine. This it a guarantee Be sure you get
the genuine Refuse sutamuteft
All dnurgist# nnd uron*ni or direct. $i on a hot
ile rite ut if you are sick, it will cost you noth
in? m learn how to treat yourself Medical tiooXiet
and testimonials sent free
WJPFT MALT WHISKEY CO . Pncbftw, N Y.
11l ll.l>l\4i KOII \OTI,MIti:H.
'lsn> I’rrmli* Hut no Improfmimta
of l.n rgf t nine.
Some thirty-odd permits for new build
inns and Improvements mere ia*ued from
the office of the Hoard of Tax AeeCH-ors
during November. Although the list of
permits take* up about two pane* of the
record book ll probably represents the
smallest expenditure in the building llnA
for any month of the present year. Most
of the permks ore for rmall tenement
or for improvements to exlsttnrt
butldlr.4*. The record Is *n average one
for November, however. Among the per
mits are the following:
J. C. I'osteil. to add servants’ room, hath
room and new stoop, 102 Thirty-first
John H. Fox. to extend plazzo and en
cloa® f#r bathroom, 509 Barnard street.
A. 11 Entalman. to build three two
story frame houses, Atlantic m’ani, east
of Faiist Brood.
.1 A. Daley. o hulld office snd stable,
>T7 Bryan Mreet. west.
R I*. Baughn. to build im*o-story frame
residence. Hull street.
John Ernst, to build fourteen one-story
frsm#- houses. Anderson street, west.
T. r Bond, to bulid three two-story
frnme bouses East Broad street.
E. F. Whitcomb, three tmo-story frame
house. East Boundary street.
Matilda Goette. two one-story frame
houses, Anderson street l.me.
B D. Rosen brook, four one-story frame
houses, Elliott street.
Platihtk A Cos.. rwo-story frame house.
Plitshek & Cos., two tm-o-story frame
houses. Thirty-ninth street.
Mary* King, tm’o-story frame. Florence
B. I Itosenbrook. four one-story houses.
0111 lot t street
Mrs. MatiUl i Goette. two one-story
houses. Anderson street lane.
Mrs. Emma M Da Roche, two one-story
frames. M.iup is avenue.
Robert Jones, to add two rooms and
piazza 4o house, 772 Holton street, east.
John Me A leer, two-story frame house.
B J. Appl**. to build two-stor>' frame.
Thirty-fifth street, corner Barnard street.
Charles A Mclntlre, to build stable, 222
Oglethorpe Real Estate Cimpany. one
story fr.ime. Thirty-eighth street.
Tltn> Tleon to convert one house into
two. Bismarck street.
IX r 111 I. 4 NIIHMMi nollllFllV.
Took risor 1 i-.lt-rilN y at Ihs llna.,
of Mr. H. 1.. Fallon.
Mr H. I. Fuitoti of No. 30 Thlrly-thlnl
*lr-t was roblxol yestootiy mornlns of
111. which was iakon hy a burglar who
.-ntorod ths houso whlla tho Innsils* wore
asleep. The discovery that someone ha-1
entered the house was made about 3
o'clock It the moritltiK by Mrs. Fulton,
who woke up and found that the light
thst h.id I#en left hurnltur In thetr ro-jm
liad l>een extli-atdshed. At the name time
she felt a draft of cold air In the room,
and upon ex.tmlnlnK the window four-d
that It w.* open, thouxh 11 had het-n
close I when she retired Mr. Fulton, who
had been awakened and was making in
examination of the ptemlse*. saw a youne
nerro Junqi from the window and disap
pear tnrotii.ll the Kate of the yard. An ex
amination of he room showed that the
hura’iar had taken the money from the
trousers of Mr. Fulton, hut had left a
valuable (told wati h. probably !**lnt dis
turbed, liefore he had finished his seatch
of the clothes. The ncaro. secured on en
trance to the room hy cuttimr the slats
of the blinds and then raisin? the win
An almost pareile! case occurred Sunday
nlaht In the same vicinity, when a lur
alar entered a room In which -thare were
two sleeping |K-rsi>n*. and succeede.! In
Kettltut away with all the money contain
ed In a pair of trousers, about *v No re
port of this was made at the barracks
hut 1* 1* thought that the same person I*
guilty of both deeds.
W HITEtt W OT BY TWO POINTS.
■ •cfcatcd the Beds In Basket Ball at
•he V. M. f . A. I.ast M*ht.
In the iiaskct hall ame at the Youna
Men's Christian Asso< latlon last night be
tween the Whites and the Reds, the form
er won by a score of 11 to 9. The ame,
which was well mended, was character
ized by rough, rather than skillful, play.
W II I'oiy of the ''White*" made the
laraewt w ore of the evening, having three
goal* and a successful throw from a foul
to his credit Itlghlon of the Hed* made
the second best, scoring two goals This
Is the first game of the series that the
White* laive won. The line-up was:
Balfour forward Itotenau
t 'ourvolsler. J forward Patterson
loly, Wylly center Doty, Willie
('arclla* guard Chandler
Harden Ruapl Klghton
Mr. II M Johnson umpired Another
game will be played n**xt Friday.
IT THE THEITKH.
l. *-|ildcr ami The Fly" Be
fore small Audience,
M. B. 1-eavHC* spectacular "The Spider
and l-’ly" was given before a small au
dience Inst night, ll •< Ihe same o'd
story, though there were some things
new. The production I* one that ho* be. n
seen here a great many times. It Is more
an anatomical exhibition than anything
else, though some good specialties are
The bright parth uhrr fairy of all the
fairies was Miss Florence Wolcott, who
played tbs pari of Oceana, the fairy
queen. Bhe l* pVwtty. graceful and has an
air and general aiqrearance which con
trasted strongly with that belonging to
the majority of the girl*
A matinee performance will be given
this afternoon and repeated to-night.
Acts Ural Fatnte Firm.
Mr. Horace Itivcrs and Mr Charles A.
O.hbcs have formed a partnership for the
transaction of a general real ewtate busi
ness. They will continue the business for
m, rly carded on by the old firm of Wal
)hour & River*, which was dlsaolverl by
the death of Mr. J L. Wnlthour. The
firm name will be Hirers * Qlbbes Both
partner* are well known tn Savannah
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY. DECEMBER!. 1900.
V 11. Levy & Uro.
15 to 19
T HERE’S no store where the wants
of yonni* men of IS to l ( i art
more carefully looked alter than
here. No one shows a larger va
riety of new and natty styles at
such low prices. Look at ours be
fore you buy Suits of the new stripes,
louiii) blue and black Cheviots,
Worsteds and Vicunas, includioitlbe
New Short Double Breasted Sacks,
$7.50, SIO.OO and $12.50.
Reliable Youth’s Suits from $5
Overcoats in Oxfords. Vicunas,
Smooth Kerseys and Coverts, all
the new shades and shapes.
B. H. LEVY & BRO.
A jtpKfNa! conovt'nrton of Ofonrl® **ht*P
t#r. No. 3. Royal .xrvh Mawiiw, Kill
held at Manonlc Teinjde to-niaht. Tn
M.irk and Fa*4 Muster degroe* will
conferred by the eh.ipter on oandidAt®-
for the**** honor* A npeclsl Invlt it lor. to
attend th* convo ation 1* extKivi*l io vl-
ItinK companion* of th** order.
The* monthly fesllvfll of Bt. John’*
Church choir w ill take* pla < at th* hut *h
to-morrow* nlrl>t. The even'ns •*ivl**
will h* roniluncAl b> th* |* *or. K v
Chari** H. B’rone. Inst the • rmnn will
I.** omitted. Th* choir will >** s*liud by
Mi** Ncllir* Alien of the choir of th
Cathedral of Bt. John the Baptl-t
While Man lielx Thirl) H>*.
Eleven prisoner* were tiefor* Recorder
Hartrkllfe yesterday on varlout* chargee
Ewrih Frailer. colore<l, ohrsel with theft
from the hou*< of Mr l-eon Ferft. had
her ca*e continued.
Chrie Rankin white. chr*ed with be
inif helplessly drunk the nlirht before n
■ atoop on Charlton at reel, was ffftven thir
ty day* on the koi>k
B MK’hon. white, charted with beirq
!n*ane, wa* orlere<i hold for the ordi
Cores PILES or Money Helunded.
Bold under guarantee at following ctoras:
Kowlinskl's. Jones'. Masonic T.-mpl*.
Krtlght's, W F. Reid's, Marlows Clrve
land's. Donnelly's, and W. A. l lgrnan '
UIPPMAN BROS., Savannah. Oa . and
W F. REID. Savannah Ga., Dlotributors
For Chicken Fred and Fertilizer.
NITRATE OF SODA
Invaluable f*r "home-mixed" fertilizer
The cheapest and moat concentrated on
the market Bmd for particulars.
HAY.GHAIS, COW FEED, lIH AT, BTC.
SEED OATS AND RYE-
T. J. DAVIS,
•Phone 223. >l* Bay street, west
■ jyj theDlVtrlt cmirt of 'ha I'nltrd
States for the IC.st-m Division o he
Southern Dlstthl rf '>• No Ice f
Application for Discharge In the matter
of Marshall V. Bm kln. county <.f 8 rev. n.
In Bankruptcy To the .Tedltore <f the
\t>rc.named Bankrupt Ton are herebv
notified that the a’ove-t.umed l.mk-upt
has filed hts application for “ dlsoha-g
--from all of the debts pr-oah.e In bankrupt
ay agntn't said Marshall V B-okln, Ihe
said nrt> lotion will hear ! by the
Hon. Emory Up or. Judge of the I nl -I
fpatc- District Court, for said > tstrlct
and division, at tee lotted Stats ait ourt
House. In Macon. Ga on the 11th ..a\
of December. Ik* l , it in o clock a. m
All creditors of .aid Im. kr.;p' ate no
tifie.l to appear at the 1m an-l I I*'*
stated, and show cause-. If h>' 'h-v <ua
whv the prnver .-ontaine 1 tn h.- -aid iwtt
ttun should h< t le- granted Date I 1 Sa
vannah. Ga . this *th i.r'N;”'. r ’
If. If. KING. CtK.
“OAXmOIA CHATHAM COFNTW-
Mrv Dorotirea Murkbn has applied to the
Court of Ordinary for n twelve m-.nih.
support for herself an.l minor children
out of the estate of John Murkcn. de
ceased Appraiser* hav. made returns
a.kiw infc *am<*.
#r*. thi*r*forc. tn fit* w’hom It
mav .-om-ern to ap(.'-r la-f.ire said court
to moke objection on or Iwfore the first
Monday in January next, otherwise sum
will la- granted
Witness. Ihe Hon Hampton I. l-crril!
Oi.hnary for Chatham county, this th
yttb day of November. Ik*'
FRANK K KEII.BACH,
clerk Ot. ordy.. C. <*,
"STATE of GEORGIA C I'NTY OF
CHATHAM—Court nf Ordinary - To G-0r
(.j,,,.* Meier. Jane Burthueh. Pern
helm and Jacob H'-cht and Io all other
a Item It may concern:
You are hereby nolltWl to hd and ap
pear at the February (I'Oii tetm ■ t h •
Court of Ordinary of Chatham county, to
he held tn the FIRST MONDAY, the
name tw-ing he 4th day of Feh uary. I*ol
to show cause. If any you have, why the
will of Yesala* Hccht. propounded hy A.
J Garfunkel. should not he prohate I in
solemn form as th- las' ail and leal i
ui.-nt of said Ye-ala* Heehl.
Witness my ..fUclal alsnature a.l sc.l
at Savannah. Ga.. on thla. the 2 th da
of November. I'dl
HAMPTON L. FBRRIUL.
Ordinary C. C., U*.
and ( i Mj- i%J
Tb ‘ 1
. Ryton .Jf
~Tb* I \ \
.FLristocrtnts f \U 1
of OirercoGit *
•“ * lliXlirY - Dspyriglu JAW
Tax hTKIK-bLUOI Cos
made for us by those well
known makers of fine clothing, such as the Stein-Bloch
Cos., Hart. Shaftner, and many whose Suits and Over
coats have all the tine custom features—in miteriat,
style, fit, and making—that you would expect in the
best made to measure, and one-third to one-half the
merchant tailors’ prices.
Y our size or shape, may he in or out of propor
tion. wc can fit you. We pride ourselves to tie tlie nly
clothing store in town that can fit the hard-to-fit as
well as the well-proportioned man.
See Us Also
on Hats, Neckwear, Shirts, Hosiery and Underwear.
The largest selection in the city; low prices, and
10 per cent, for cash.
B. H. LEVY & BRO.
Ravanw * Qa Maw ■ UN.—k I
h.-rehy given that In pursuance of order
granted by th Ordinary of C*hatliom
county, Georg a, otv Nov. 27, IHW. then,
will he offered fo. sale, at piihlir: outety.
during the usual hours of sale an-1 at
the Court 11-u-a .L-or the i.la-'** of sher
iff* sales, on the FIRST TI'KSDAY. !>e
liu: the first day of J muary l'l. pr. m <-
soi-y not re. Judgments, executions, ae
count* and other cvirlaiices of .leirt,
amounting In the uggr.-x te to nine Ih-.us
and, three htnsiie.l and eighty-two and
lars ind eighty-thr- cents 'he
protM-rty of the e'tat. of IV II Wanl .1.--
ceased, which, after due dl lgence. r-m in
uncollected ami are det-me I li-aolvent or
doubtful IJ-d of nhl evMcnca* of .Fht
may lie examined oil atqtie.iilim to du-
Rlgnon A- Stejittens. attorneys. Term.,
each. Purchaser to pay all expenses ln
cldent to transfer of title.
SAKAII F. WARD.
Admlnlsrmtrlx Estate P. 11. Ward. De
IN the District Court of the Fnlted
S*at. 1 for the Eastern IMvielon of Ihe
Southern District of Georgia. Notice of
application for discharge. In lie- matter
of Joseph W Williamson, county of Bul
loch. In bankruptcy. To Ihe .jredlior* of
the above-named bankrupt: You are here,
hy liotiflesi that the ahove-nimel bank
rupt has filed his application for a dis
charge front all of Ihe debt* provable in
tnvnkruptcy against *sld Joseph W Will
iamson, the said application will tie
heanl hy the Hon. Emory Speer. Judge
of Ihe fnlted States District Oourt. fr
said district and division, at the fnlted
States Court House, In Macon. oa.. on Ihe
11th day of l>e.*efnh**r, l*n, at 10 o'clock
a. m All creditors of said bankrupt are
notified to appear at the lime ami place
slated, and show cause. If any they tun.
why fhe prayer contained In Ihe w.,1.1 pe
tition should not he granted Da'ed tn
Savannah. Ga.. this 30th day of Novem
H. H. KING, < l.rk
GEORGIA, CHATHAM COtTNTT.—
Whereas. I.avinia Wllllama has apf.lled
to Court of Ordinary for letters of admin
istration on Ihe estate of Amelia l>vckett.
The** are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all whom It may concern to he
and appear before said court to make oh-
Jeotlon Ilf any they have) on or before
the first Monday In January next, other
wise east letters Will la- granted.
Witness, the Hon Hampton L. Ferrlll.
Ordinary for Chatham County, this the
3oth day of November, 19nn
FRANK K KBILBACH.
Clerk Ct. Ord'y. C. Cos.
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COtTNTT.—
Wh'-reua. WiUlam M Davidson has ap
plied to Court of Ordinary for letters of
administration on Ihe estate of Ilk-hard
These are, therefore, to cite ami admon
ish all whom it may concern to b*' and
apt-ear before said court to make objec
tion (If nny they hovel on or before the
first Monday tn January next, otherwlsc
satd letter* will tie granted
Witness the Hon Hampton I„ Ferrill
Ordinary for Chatham County, thta the
30:h day of November. Ik* l
FRANK E KBILBACH
Clerk Cl. Ord y, C. Cos.
GEORGIA, CHATHAM COl’NTY
wivereae. Carrie A Landeralilne has ap
plied to Court of ordinary for letiera
dlsnrv'asory as adminlwrotrlx on the es
tate of Lemuel W. Lindershlns. deceas.sl
These are. therefore, to cite and ad
monish nil whom It may concern to he
and appear before said court to make ob
jection (If any (hey havei on or before
(he first Monday In March next, other
wise said letter will l>e granted
witness, the Hon Hampton L. Ferrlll,
Ordinary for Chatham County, Oils Ihe
3nth day of November. lkD
FRANK ft. KBILBACH,
Clerk Cl. Ord'y, O Cos
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
GEORGIA—CHATHAM COFNTY -No
tire- is hereby given to ail person* hating
■ kmauds against John Murker, lat of
said county. doeael. to present them
io m*\ prc-perly made out. within the lime
prescribed hy law. so as to show thetr
character an! and all | sr-oiu
Indebted (o said deceased are rrqulr-d to
make Immediate payment to me.
MRS IMTKoTHEA JH'RKEN
Savannah. Ga., Nov. 15, 1900
"wn msi cm"
For sale at ail News Stands in Savannah.
Ol.n NEWSPAPERS. 200 for * cents, at
Business Office Mornltif New#
"THE MILLIONAIRE BANKER
must C to enjoy hi* minions, the poor
man mu- t C lo eain and ettjoy a square
meal Before going lo Dr Kaioon, Atlanta
—<* what F*-g- as can do for your eyes
Though not Ihe only |*-bt>le In th© spec
ta- le line, he may save you quite a few
dollars, un i make reading and working
a pleasure, when- now It ta a hardship Jt
East Rr-aighton II S- Jewelry and Hliav
log Supply House The place in Savannah
for solid gold spectacles, at J 2 19 per pair.
" ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAB
ITAlat wili. BE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOB TWO CENTS A \\<uti> NO AD
VERTIHKMKNT TAKEN FOR LESS
THANKSGIVING DAY WILL SOON
he here. See Miller for a suitable table to
hold that turkey end trimmings Dining
tables, si-1- boards, buffets, china closets,
chairs to please anybody. 3)7 Broughton,
TO!' WILL LIKE THE MILK FROM
Springfield Dairy: It's rich and pure, try
iaiNT "FORGET THAT MILI.KH
sells doll* and lays. Come and sc© our
holiday assortment. 207 llroughton. west
HYACINTH AND NARCISSI'S BlileßS
palms, rubber plant*, cut flowers and
floral designs front Or!-sing's Nursery,
opi-altr Catholic Cemetery. J. Gardner,
agent. 12 Broughton street, east
12 GO FOR ART HQ CARES WHILE
they last Big assortment, all grade* of
art squares, rug.-, mats, portieres. C. P.
“CHOICE LINE (>F WILI/YW AND
cobbler scat rocker* for Ihe hull lays, #t
Teeplr a 317 Broughton, west.
TaM NOW LOCATED AT 414 WEST
Broughton; ring up IIM If you warn to
have your furniture moved or packed for
shipment or storage. I guarantee prl- ea
the same as I -to the work that's given
to me. A. S. GrjfJb,, tit Broughton street,
wist; mattresses mad© to order
KENSINGTON FARM MILK IS UN
surpassed for rlchr©#=. delivery la par
feet; phone, 2345.
“if ITS RUGS' YOU want you can
get them cheaper from McGillls
f! FOB WOVEN WIRE COTS WHILE
they lest C. I' Miller, agent.
SEE MII.LEB FOR OFFICE DFISKS
office tables, office matting, office shade©
2u7 llroughton. west
WHEN YOU SEE MOILLIS* SIXTY -
Inch *-cent rug*, you will buy them.
Just can’t ht-ip It. will sell In any quan
TEBPLE IS SHOWING A NICK LINE
of carpet*, matting rug*, shade-, lino
leom, cheapest In town.
"FURNITURE MOVED WITH CARE,"
Is a specialty with McGIHIs.
"Mon-Lis’ LACE CURTAINS WILL
beautify your parlor.
FURNITURE UPHOIJtTFIRED. MAT
tre-se* renovated, antique furniture re|t
Irhcd. furniture packed, and shipped In
best manner. Send me your orders. C. F
Miller, iig- 1 ,
KIMBALLS ANT! - RHEUMATIC
ring every rheumatic ought t<> wear. J.
Gardner, agent, 12 llroughton street, ,-a-t.
_ M OILLIS IS CHEAP ON TUGS. NETS.
Is re curtain*, hammock*, water cooler*
plilows. pictures, stoves. b-,lr*,m suits,
snd furniture of every deecrlption.
“if* YOU DON'T FIND WHAT YOU
want where you are dealing, suppose you
try Miller. Hl* assortment Is ths beat in
town. Broughton, west
FOR A PRETTY BEDROOM SUIT
parlor and dining-room furniture, isi
should go to Teeplc's.
“KENSINGTON F’ABM IS ON AN
elevation In the roun<ry. free from city
drainage Impossil-v trml k to become
rontsmtnstsd. hy Impure odors: If you
want pure Jorrey ri:lk, phon-- 2345. I)o
--llvery prompt; satlafsctl-n guaranteed
M’GILLIS MOV KH PACKS SHIPS
snd slate* pianos stal furniture: tvest work
only; ho "Cheap-John” prices—no "Chsop-
“canary BIRDS. CrOl.D FISH WA
ter gross, bone flour gt 12 Broughton
SEE MILLER'S NEW STYLES T.N
carpet*. mattings, linol-rans, window
shades All work done In first-class style.
Oct our es'lmate. W Broughton, west.
M’GILLIS SELLS SIXTY-INCH RUGS
—Smyrna patterns— for 99 cent-.
“tebple can save you money on
stoves, steel range- oil h'-ater* snd hot
ltuff heater*. 317 Broughton, went
SHE MILLER H NEW STEEL STOVES
and ranges, oil heaters, wood heater*,
best makes, reliable goods, r-iaonable
prices. 2€7 Broughton, writ.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN OAP
ITAIjS WILL HE PRINTED IN
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FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LEtM
I*llo t IM.II % I’ll Y .
PINHHT PIIOTOF' MOST RRAfION.
Able prl *. on* with (Mtrii doi<it
n'i* mount*-*! t l*v l\ XniM- ami N* *
Yearn card, 1 am tn iKlng **tal i uti
on crayon. |x#tel dnd w.itcroolor In Imiml
•mmiu* frwni* * .it v®rv low prl • t th.*
hoikUv. * fin** pv vit. n\ ®lrgant |
line of fr.tn -;• llmm a Htuilio, U
kKDK AI .
MOW AHE YOUR FEET’ IF YOl’H
will *iv® you r*il f. I tur* Ingrowing
nail*, corn* anti nil tlDra v* f ih- f**i
without pain. harg* re.i-ioiui lr. n
givs th* best reft rent e* In ih* lty, |*-
li* nt* liMitfl t yraktinccf; or>l*ff *.n
Ih* b*ft at ialvlniduOCl** drill More, Bull
and Count ** trlrphono 29X l.iu
Dax'ln. aursctn chtrcpodlal.
ill I I* w \m i:u-mu,e.
VVANTISI>, A Ci'Mmi NT SIB h’KUY
■hik, i* •*a r v u mil'll. \*t.h*r lt’-
t*li UrtK*t*r, car* Nutt /
HALEBMEN WANTED TO SEE!, t>ER
£OQ(\* by *ani|>lr to wlkili tie nnd retail
ir.nl'*, art* thf* l.trg* at itul only man
ufj itirt-r* In ur line in t.• worbl. liberal
Hilary pall Atdr • on Mfu Cos,
oflb#\ 7*< Boonl of Trad** Bull ling. Savon
t .h. U
WNNTiri* Its Hi T \ll 45114 at * I’ll. \
qubk bright hoy. with eom** experience
A-Mrewi In own hamlw nlwiK, tinner, cere
M ining Newa.
ni l I* \\ \\ n |y— i i:y in:.
WANTED YOITNO I. \t *N IBHIBR
ir.pl wrlie Kootl plain hand; inu*i •**
|ul(‘k. fc t t tifiiv WiintfMl AMre* in
own liatulwriting. A \ A A . Morning
COMPETENT IIOFBE GIRI. WANTED
at 10 laHurtx *4r**(. w* l. reference re
ADVERTISE ME NTH SET IN CAP
ITAIaS VMlala BE PRINTED IN CE\S
SI IT ED ADVERTISEMENT COIAJMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
V ERTISEM ENT TAKIXN FOR DESS
TH v \ M
i tiri ui him \v %%ri.i.
COMPETENT BOt K KEEPER AND
office man w.inta petition; rMomtnimla
tiona given Adilri Com|etent, car*
CI'IMPKTENT CtH.ORED MAN
want* po-dtloii mo butler or driver of de
livery wagon €Og • thorpe avenue lahe,
WANTED. HY AN EXPERIENCED
now* anl Jl printer, wittiatlotl* cither In
jelly or country town Refaroncex *x
• iMugefl Erncrt \N . llnr|M*r. Warranton,
"POSITION a\S M ItHK BY RI.SPKC
tt*k* cul'rl woman; would Ilk*- to live
on premie* a. Atltlrcee Nurse, eare M in.
# WANTED. HY A ITItST-fT.ASS MEAT
cutler ttnl grfocery man. • jMiMtlon. Ad
drea lieilahle. ran- ihl- office.
Non49* H tMlill.
WANTI'di F IdiNISIIED ROOM FOR
two young men. !**•- ptb* Ad<lr>- I-'
A C. cre Itraughon'a Ru*lne tAAlege
U 4 YTRI9—MI*€ Y'.l,l..t#lOUl *.
WANTED TO BORROW (7.001 WANT
*-d to lorrow seven thousand dollar- tf7.
(Uii for term of litre*- years with th
privilege of re-ludng ume every twelve
months Will give a* collateral ,Hie brick
block worth hvc or stx limes a* much a*
the loat Th,- privperty In centrally located
in one of the best town* in South Geor
gia Addrea* ‘ Busittees,’' P. O. Bo* *.
IF YOU WANT GOOD MILK. GET IT
from Springfield Dairy, It's rich, purs snd
w liok some
IF YOU WANT A PLACE TO DUMP
earth, dirt. sand, manure, etc . free of
charge. Just #t city llnill*. hauling over
hard road, write or telephone Brown
Bros . coiner Anderson and East Broad
AD V ERTIS eA| E NTS SFT IN CAP
ITALS WILL bf: PRINTED IN CI.AS
SIFTED AT V F7HTIBEM ENT t OLUMN
FOR TWO CFiNTS A WORD NO AD
VERTIBEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
F'oit (Ml MB—
conveniences. 3ta Ibtrnani *trect, nesr
FLAT* 9UII Hint
~2""aRK?PN litN BTRBET; FLAT FOR
rent, furnished or unfurnished, m suite,
ot single. Apply at once
FOR KENT. FLAT OF 3 ROOMS 23'.
Ate-r orn street.
No 217 Waidburg street, east, between
Ab.-roorn and Lincoln, first clisa order
and condition; every convenience Hunt
rent to right tenant Estats Salomon
Cohen. West Broad snd Broughton strests
FOR RENT. THOSE TWO FINE
house* on Duffy slreet near Lincoln. Ju*t
completed, with every irwtvwnlence ral
inulcrn Improvemen-t. App.y 3l<- Biyan
TO RENT, ri AND B()I,TON
slreet. east; the** are god house* and
location excellent. Aptdv to C A Mcln
tlre. 4*o H ard of Trade Hulidlng
mil RENT SBVERAI. DBSTRABITe
residence*, thoroughly renovate! Apply
A Wylly, agent, 12 Itrvan street, east
FUR IIKN l-MIV.I:LLA4I.OI ft.
LARGE WAHEHOt BE AND OFFICE
FOR RENT. CORNER BHot'OIITON
AND WEST BROAD STREETS. FOR
MERLY OCCUPIED BY THE SAVAN
NAH CARRIAGE AND WAGON CO. 11.
~ FOR RENT. ON THE OOEFXTIEE
road, between three aid four-mil* post*
(tro iey csrs nearly to iwo-mlie t*>*t). land
In lots from one act* lo one hundred,
same can be bought In large or small lota
on easy terms. C. 11 I>or*elt.
ADVERTISEMENTS BET IN' 'CAP
ITA LB WILL RE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CFINTS A WORD NO AD
VERTIBEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
FOR #LK—HEAL KST4TK.
’~3rt7vT7cnfH2ArENTs V rtlv7 > T r Np^T : AU
TTA Lai WILL HE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A Wt)UD. NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
THAT SPLENDID BUSINESS PROP
erty. corner Waters road and VYheaton
-treet will te sold at auction on Tuesdoy.
Dec 4. lkt. There ha* always been a
g.wel trail© here, and any |*rty buying
will step In a bustne*a already establish
ed I D laißochc, auctioneer
FOR SALE. A LOT FOR TWO lll'N
dred dollars, easy terms, on Ninth street,
near East Broad, no city taxation. C. H
FOR SALE IX>TS ON NINTH STREET
nesr East Broad, no city taxes, at Kfti
each; twenty-five dollars cs-h. and jy
monthly iwyments. C. H. Imri'ii
FOR BALE. LOTS ON NINTH. NEAR
East Broad, ai Ck> each: wl.l won
be advanced lo 122.'. when a lot has been
let id for 1 can arrange to get a horns
built. C. H. Dorset!
RESIDENCE. AND BUILDING LOTS
for sale all over ths city. Bobers H.
Tstem, rest estate dealer. No. J York
AMTIOX IAUCI THIS fI%Y.
% T IA! IYAIII AIITItWI %YD COM
111 %% hlfaker Mreet,
At 7 .10 p. m. to-night tSaturday) we will
II l%) nigh gratlm lad ley, men** and
children’a wheel-, all In perfect t'ondltlon.
HPCH STANDARD MAK BS AS
t'ul l jirtid t. Wolf Americoik
ik- irn*. | World.
Ha- vc|e orient. ■.
War ftick. Waverlr.
I fi lon tYeo*nt.
•\ll to he wvM without reerv*.
A WINKRIiSHT* Auctioneer.
i on vyi t -hi ti, mtitk.
Tors a i.! those eotsonTh nth
•treet. i ir E.it Broad, have only been
n id to hi 1*• piftl* who wIU muko
go**.! neigh! or *nl tine Mhers cut buy.
The term are .*rv • i . a 1 thy •ro
clna|f thin any olherc In the vicinity
C 11. Por**ett
ADVERTISIvMFC r in CA>-
ITAIaF WIDE HE PRINTED IN CI,A
SIFIED ADV EItTIHEM ENT COU’MM
Klt TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR DESS
• tH Ol.li-Hio hU.AMMI SI.
BOV REM, THE Col till KING* THY
It when your favorite nm-tly fail*, at -o
bottle Mddfd to a gib of hon*-y make* a
gplrndul nni um for Infanta and hildren
I.ENZOIN lIAEM. MAKES THE SKIN
like velvet, for ale by druggist or at lien
rv and Abercorn Pereae Lmuc Stores.
Whltgker and Taylor streets
COWR. WITH YOUNG CA EVES FOR
*.le i'a ! 471 West Boundary street;
FOR SAEK. DWARF GOEDEN AR
tr vita* for *neier> lots atel lawns, at
John Sullivan's. IS Eongrrss street, west.
FOR SALE ONE MEEK AND HAR
n* - a.l truck Apply H- r vtn
FOR SAGE A SM AGE IOT CHOICE
fruit tr • assorted, at aii linn. Monday,
Ife**. S, at C. It Dorsett’s.
FIRE I'ROOF SAFES WE CARRY A
fine line of Are proof mfe* In stock at all
times Ths iwrites can ree exactly what
they are geititig Our are .is low
a* manufacturers *• !) it. with freight
cd Thirties Interestel. wlu wish a good
fire proof safe, will do well to inspect
our stoi k lai(pnan Bros , Uppm.in
block, agentgi for in iniCu Hirers.
TFRPFNTINF* LOCATION FOR
rale, is erofw first y* r boxes; 12.0t> rw*
round limber, at 11 SO iar .term. %• par
thousand boxes for lanaed timtvr; p|e ty
of timber to be got: In ffve mil s of riD
road, will give |>nssrs-t<jn now or at •nd
of *e*Hon Addreas Round Timber, <* •
AD VERT I HEME.NTS SET IN CAP
ITA IX WILL HE PRINTED IN CLA
JHFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOIt TAVU CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR IJDftS
OLD NEWSPAPERS. >o for 2S cento at
Hu sines* Office Morning New*
I.o* T AMI rot Ml.
COI,T IIKVOUVKH. 41 OALf
lir*. diMion, blue eteel, fell from
between IHnrr'd liid|* and I#l**
of flop* 11* turn to Geo 1,. ()armny, 1A
llr> ait nrwl. east. or ltnrtee 4* Ittttily.
i lele of Hope. mihl rrc*lv> tultiibk* re
IJCKT (>N CIIAICEKH AtKirimi
| place. Thunderbolt, Nov 14. doiiM**-birr*l
1 shot-gun. 95 ffursr*! If returned to 715
Vi* etln* afreet. east.
‘roi ni t hrown HorNP rrrrt;
• •wnfr **an **t by on John F.
<Y> •!#*•, M*iinm*n and Whatley Ve
nn and pa yin* Mivnari.
ton (Mature, OgfrrhN* road, one ttmall
hlaek hor- mule, blind one eye. He.
ward If returned. Thomason A Harvey.
310 llarrlt. went.
HO A HIM VO.
nlr couple* or three or four yunjr m n
mn secure Uric** tunny room* with board
in private family; doie in; In • block of
Mull street hotie**; strictly modem. An.
hwer Modem, this ofllce.
ill <hm;m t II4NOEI.
ADVKRTIHBMKNTS BCT IN CAP
ITA lA< W 11.1 HB PRINTED IN CLA9-
H IKIED ADVBRTIBWMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENT* A WORD NO AD
VKRTIXKMENT TAKEN FOR I JCAB
to your Interest to let me give you an ee
tiruaU on your plum bin* new or old
work; repair work a specialty. at I am
a practical plumber. No guea* work to
endanger your life. Wiggins, 'phone 107.
Georgia or Bell.
HOT STIFF. WITH MOT STUFF
STAMPED ON HEATER AT P. M.
KIKKNANB. In STATE HIKKKT. WWT.
DON'T TROUBLE TOURSF-l-F ABOUT
moving your furniture, relaying your car
pel* or mutiny Perry A I lemon will re
lieve you of all that trouble.
~OIVE US A CALI. FOR FIREPLACE
graUn. grate basketa, bloweta and a*h
l>n , any *!*•• ntte.l to your grates. A.
C. Price A Cos.. State and Jeltetaon
HAVE YOUR IP it HE PAINTED
witb Merman ready-mixed paint, entire
•ailsfa-llon guaranteed. Ademe Paint
WANTED ONE THOUSAND llUN
gry people at the Southern Grocery Com
pel.)'. 114 Bernard atreet.
~WE HELL SEWER PIPE. FLUE
pipe, fire flay, fire brick -at lowest price*.
Aitams Paint Company, lot Cotigreea,
PERRY A BENTON US STATE
atreet. weal, will move. pack, ship or etora
your furniture at abort notice; also ren
ovate your old inettreneee at little coat.
Bell 'thou- 112 t.
IF IN NEED OF A BATHTUB, CALL
and *•— our ten-doll,ir. steel er.amel ,-d.
big value A. C. ITtre A <a. State and
Jefferson streets; 'phone A>.
MORE THAN ONE IIUNDREI* CENTS
In every .lollnr of your hard-earned hard
rash St (be Southern Grocery Company,
!M Barnard atreet.
OYPSINE 13 THE BEST WALL FIN-
I h made Adame Paint Cos., Savannah
agents. 101 Ccngresa. weat.
NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE BEER
eolla overhauled anil repeirsd; beer pumpe
and faucet* of all descrlptlona. A. C.
Price A Cos.. State and Jefferaon streets;
'phone O. .
REDUCE YOUR LIVING EXPENSES
by Investing your hard-earned hard cash
with the Southern Grocery Company, lit
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ITAIX WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
STFIEP ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LEAS
IF YOU W ANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, order your lithographed and
printed atatlonery and blank hooka (run
Horning New*. Savannah, Ga.