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DEPOT BILL RECONSIDERED.
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ruH Hi ll PE r *1 IIBUC.
lirliM i><l thr Will ll*** 1
*m* Ihoit of Caselna—*ldlera -
If..me Hill Nlen Hiromlfff*-11.
Too. Has Briiiktrr Proepect*— lm
|M>rlant (bang** la Toomrr'a Com
|rl Hill —lloua** Deal* Mlib *P
AUr. i D* —By a vole of C to *3
the House to-day decided to reronelder
tha At.an* i tepot bill, and in* probatll
lll** f* arc liii t.i* bid will P**. Ai y
aav t.■ rr will tv* > gria d-tl Of work
d<M ** for ‘.f.
Mr Ha l of Rlhb vigorously faugh*
I motion to reoontWer. !u*. M *ffort
*rt fit*t#r.<l th© motion to rooenmler
llnuar >!akri tppn|irltino
tbon took tip th# bill *uo
##■ u<J } . t • Ap,*ropr.#tion# Committ*
Tha u* -u. fugrte* for Governor. .-**a
Hou* off flurrem* and fiuptr ir
Court Judges w*r proven! lor. and then
the at*'* r.st.tujor.s * ere taken up
The foH-'wtrg Hem* r.me*l in the
appropriation, bill a .i< ray of the BUn-l
InatHut* f r the I>*sf aid Dum *.
?27 Sftft. State Sanitarium I> W. Ti. nno
logtral Inetltute 9* . ti*-*- -*!* Norma!
aid Indus'.rli .* i *,-* IF >• N.ar h Oe.or
c a Military ar.<l Agri* I’ural <o>*e at
Dahlonega. IT tv... Noma) School at
Athena. IE "Jt common - bools, WA. l **.
bond* mat irl. t Red, litn.oob: bond, ma
turing lie J I • •' In’ereM on public
debt. 3>*l, EtT'SSi' l . inter**! or. publl
debt. ;!bo—. PT ■- agr culturs' depart
ment Sld.nir., P a*e chemist. g.ift(>. two aa
alateni chemists ftI.MC each*. SS.MO; atat*
entomologist. I: 00ft. -r. 11 ger.t fund R l ).-
tu printing fun 1, tluOOO: insuring public
pruperty, print it a Hjprera# Court
lepor't*. 17.M0; Put* L'ntvorslty, ITUKA
-—ldlers' Hiinn* Hill MrtnaiHird.
The aoldiers' homa MU w-a* reconsidered
bv th House this morning by a vote of
8? to 35.
M*J Gary, the author, made a abort
apeecti In favor of recontblera-tioti. There
In hla motion lo reconsider M*J Gary
Tnere were forty member* abaert
when the bill u voted on. and many
nf three are here to-day. With a fu!
Houae I believe the Mil will peai* "
Tomner’a Coavlrt Hill.
Tfie Penitentiary Committee has re|>r'-
*1 favorably the bwl oy Mr. Toomrr ■ I
Ware. It* chairman. to p]e*- mlademeanor
ronvlrt* under the control of the Triton
Commission Tne ronuglufe, however. a
iepied a euhatiluia to make the bill In
operallva In those countiew which now
work their rocvlcta on public works, m
in auch counties as may hereafier iki so
The committee rtef-atesl a propoattior.
lo provide for a print.pal keeper of tin
penitentiary, and reported favoiably u
prot-oelUot. to Increaae tha pay of feiony
i onvlct guard*, from <4> minimum and
maximum, to 13ft minimum and 11"
Tne Toomer bill with r-lerer.-* *o mu-.
. ■ meanor convict* wi.l not ado* p*.*.
* Insolvent ootte order* now held by
* nty officers to participate In the funds
i, may arlae under tne operation of
(re new ayatem The Mil will be made
the special order for either Saturday ot
THREE MIA MIMIIG.
They Were Rrinalng a Boat From
North Carolina lo Fori Royal.
Beaufort, B C , Dee, f.—Grave appre
hension Is fall here for the safety of
Messrs. NVIIIIam Vanharten. Charles Ste
phens and R Inane, who left hern some
weeks ago for North Carolina to pur
chase a .trial! eleatn tteael with which
to engage In carrying freight hereabout*.
Vanharten and Stephen* are well-known
pilots of Tr.rt Royal and Ht Helen* bar*
and Mr. Dnane la a carpenter. The men
are all married
The steam yacht Roitner of New York,
wnlch came Into Ihl* port to-day reports
that as she was entering Beaufort, N C ,
a w eek ago Sunday the a'earner. email
craft, with the Beaufort men on board,
was coming out In the leeth of a north
east gale. Nothing baa since h#n heard
nf the vessel or crew It la barely p*-
rlhl* that they mav have run into iome
place of aaftty, and fr *nd* he* cling
to tba hope that they may have pursued
auch a courae ar.d will yit turn upt
CANNOT PH 1% A Tl, NNr 1.
Mraues Will Not Ilf Ulnwnl to Gile
A'.uila. Dec. 5 —Chiif of Poll'** W. I’.
Manly this aftern-fin notified Manager
Her.ry JeGlve of th.i Orar.d Opera House,
tli*’ the Strauee Sunday night concert
would not :>e permitted Tne -hlef an
notified t il* morning by Chairman W. H
Pat’erson of the police board that the
state je prohibited performance! in
theater! on Sunday J.ie*, tl
other Sunday v-oetlori were prohibited,
ond he wouid ba expr-tod to enforce the
It la highly probab.e that Strauss' Or-
Cfteatra a.', rot i>U In Atlanta at all.
at, their dat-s are an arts—l for a tour
of Bouthe;n cltlea. anl Sunday rditht wee
the only date available for Atlanta.
TELLPHON t (OVMHIII % riON.
sonth CaroMna Comiinr leeam
Control of Lar|r Territory.
Columbia. 8 C.. D r s—The South
Carolina Telephone Company ha Just se
cured control of every Independent tele
phone in the Pen Dee section Thia com
pany, which begat) buelpe-e by putting In
Mi) phor-s In Columbia, tan* controls
ier,ty-iwo exchange- In different parts
of the mate
pruliem Miller say* arrangement* aro
heir.* perfected by whten Ule company
w. 1 aoon own aiel connect with every In
dependant telephone line in the etate At
ihe name tune he l! building direct lines
to Charleston and Augusta.
The consol, but lon and connection of
theee line* will be of vast benefit to the
pcop a In dozens of snail owne who have
heretofore been cut off from their neigh
RIDLEY CHOIIiN t APTAIN.
Will Ccunninnd the I ulvoretty Coot
ball Team In 11)01.
Athens. Oa , Dee. 5 —Mr Prank Rid
ley was elected captain of the Ijoj 'Vare
lly football team yesterday afternoon on
•he camptm The election war made by
th retiring captain. th roa t, th men.
Mger and the fa-ultv renrex ntallve. to
gether wuh a t-romliietii clitaen of Ath
ens. Mr Ridley la lung warmly con
gratulated. and h|s rein.it.-n la hailed
with delight by the entire student body.
This root cf many ev■ $
Gianduiarturn -rs.abscejses pimples
■r.d other cutaneous eruptions. lore
ears, inf.anted eyelids, rmeets, dyspep
sia. catarrh, readiness to catch cold
and inabf.ity to get rid of it eas:iy. pa e
ress. nervousness ar.d other ai.rr.er.ts
Including the consumptive tendency—
Can be comp.e’e.y and permanently
removed no matter how young or old
Hood • ."4rtApAT.UA * t'T*n th SAufhter
of \>rno cj. N V . who bAd
brokto out wttb •'•rofaiA torn Ail or*r htr
fat€ Aad b<A>l Tbt* frit bottic h*r
Acd wh#n h* bAd ttklt ti* the tore* tr#r* a!!
ac*J fc*r f *i* tmooth Ha writ**
t&At bAR n*T*r tbown abj tic& of tbt
Promises to cure and keeps the
promise. Ask your druggist for It
today and accept no substitute.
NEW LIFE IN flfOOkTilT.
(Inelnf-sk II ti minl ii a find People Prot
G* . Da.-. 6 —Thlt oM t
-iAt tAkeii oii nttv lift, *nd on 4 boom
• 1 .1
*r.d he.d ifr |rtt ejection or i44tirdMV.
Dtf 1. (or town ofTkft a hit h w* very
•pifltA) The . A.it 4t toWovur. T r
Mayor. Dr. T. N Baker, aldermen. 1
D. Cdwtrdt P. T Jer.rvirirT. J. F. Skm*
i W. Htmliton. B E. Warwick; all ol
a hi-, n re cood dUiaoi
TbOUfh they have 4 hard lot before them
;n tne fo mar ton of ordinance* they will
n\e the of ai. good people bar*.
Hlfgetoi. 4n of more aw mill*
t ha n 411 y other little tnarn In the country
-lAn* St Baker, Cot.tier Lumber Company
• f.*l J J riimming.N a Co.-all of which
r* doinjr a ir<v>d hunnai BincA the
cotiAolidatlon of th< hrm of p H Cum
m.nifM At Bpo . Pul,iky. Gm . and J. J
umining* A Cos, nf this pU e. untier t’.ie
Arm name of J J Cummins* dr Cos . \\
*• omea one ot the *tronae*t • tuner nr
n tne They hove already com
mer., erection of their dry kiln* and
pawning mills, here, and hope by Jan. 1
.0 have rhem In full ojw-ration
Tne merchants are doing a gor><l bui
n* CoHections are very iar. conse
tf-efitly they are happy.
C ITII> or miohimippv.
Population f I'laren of Over 2<*m*
and I nder IM.tNNI.
Usahtngton, I# -The poi uliiion of
terrain In -orpocatwl pU ♦ |n Mississippi
having a population of more than SCO)
kUt 4e*g than 2S.OM. 1* an Aher
leen. city. 3 4M. Bay .St t. Lou*, city.
JA'7; Biloxi, city. 6,4*7. Brookhaven.
town, ;*,C*; Canton, city, 3.FS. Coium
U>. . jty. 6.4 M, Corinth, city. S.gKl; Green.
• . wnwooJ. city, 3,034,
’ Jtenud*. town. 2..V4M, Hattiesburg, town
175. H*liy Bpring* city. ;-.8i5; Jackson
it 7.816, Ko* .usko. town, 2.oft, Laurel.
*wn. 3.ISQ, M Corn -, town. 4.477. Ma-on.
1 ii, 2.067. Merktion. city, Natche*
"it3*. 12.210, Okolona. town. 2.177;
Chrisilst), town. 2.1f1i. Port Gib****, 2.115
Sv ran ton. town. 2.086; Tupelo, town 3,1
n *‘ Vi kaburg, city. 14.U4. Water \ alley
'lt' 3 413. \Ve~won. town. 3.275. Went
Potnt. town. 3 ill. Winona town •• 4
Taxoo. city. 4.44
The First I ronaer*.
From Bt. Nicholas
The fVret pantaloons or trouser* were
rrvade in A syr!a In the reign of King
hurixirp.il tm siA B C ) horses were
Introduced in the army a*- cavalry. Here
resw was 4 problem. the cavalryman
had to have some sort of a uniform, an.!
! *• - import*lhie f r him to wear 4 skir
nnd ride astride n hnr< Tho tailor-, to
j * ,,!l Majesty's armle* wagged their hea/l.
long t*me over thD problem, and finally
I !ecldel that tha only way out of the dlf
I flculty was <0 cut the cavalryman's sktr
j fiom hem to waistband in both front nnl
I rar. letttng each iMrt fall on !th re spec■-
1 five eld* of the hors* As can readily be
I imagined, this split skirt made *n ex.
j e*edtnglv poor article of clothing Th*
law of heredity, however, is full of sur
i ;*r *s; this humble apology fevr a gir
! ment was destined to be th- fat bar of tie
original pantaloons The mir*l of the
• ailor has evar l*e#r a small one dt Is
ikely that even then, as now. It took
nine tailors to make 4 man.*' At any
j rate, it took the nUor* of Assyria ©vet
j 1 century to solve the problem of the
iioiwnien'i clothing “Why not," said
j 'n of these workers w:th tha needle anl
shears, "saw together the edgrs of each
! r.vlfdon of the skirt and thus form s
Bsparwt* skirt for each log?" or. In oth*
, *r words, ha Invented a pnlr of panta
% Killing tit finlnees llle.
Gainesville. Os. Dec * -Mark Ho'll
flel I wllte. was kl'.d by Ermet I**tnan.
a i gto. at a dafve here last right. Tba
—A Mil has been prepored for suhms
elon in '.ha next Minnesota Legislature
releasing the Younger brothers from the
pettltenl.ury of that state on parole.
TO CURE % foil) IV ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druffsts refund the money If |t falls
to cure E W drove's signature is on
each box 2S r -ad
"*N7Tr"I<"E'TO riTV (OIHT JIHIIHt.
The p*tlt Jurors of the City Court need
r.ot appear until Monday, Dec. io, 190 t,
at 10 a. m n>- order ut tho Hon. Thus.
M. Norwood. Ju-lge.
WARING RUWELt- JR.
Clerk C C. 8.
The play cf ''Capt Rtvlf*." to have been
given for Daughter ■ of the Confederacy,
bus been unavoidably abandoned In
stead Ihe Chapter will give a bail Tues
day evening. Jan. 1. lbtl Tickets bought
for She play can b retlremol for ball
tickets or money refunded, at Theus
fro* ' until Dec. 1*
Neither t te master nor ,-inslgneea ot
the Italian bark Marla RalTo wdl he re
sponsible for any drbte contracted by rhe
STHArUAM & CO . Consignees
Sevan ah. Oa., Dec. 8. I'AX)
ft" " ,: |'iun tin t v- ni iihtwstbl
with IMs you car make your own
gat. It gives i brilliant •white
light of from ) to I<> candle i-.w
--er. at a coal one-flfth ol a cam per
CORNWELL Si CHI PM AN.
108 ongresa Street, we-i
MBMBE - SS3E
IT IT Nil I \1 • HAVE ir.
New Apple Cider. 1. : and 5-pound
fruit Cake*. Cleaned Currants, Heeded
Ritlelns. CM run. l-emon and Oran** Peel.
Whitman's Fine Candies In V I and a
|>>un-l boxes, Mince Meat, Plum Pudding
and Cranberry Sauce
Phone 855. HARD®* A MARHILVI-L.
THF MOKNING NEWS: THURSDAY, DECEMBER G, 1900.
Ill; HTERIhH DBF %RTMRVT.
*nmr P>tnta of imprest From tbe
Washington, l* 5 —Following are 4
few lose resting exiracia from tha voi
uminous report of the Becrrtary of the
Interior made public to-day. Tnere were
disf©*ed durtr.g the fiscal year, ended June
10, !*• lards aggregating 13 463*
v.n* k> <uwwflrd •# fol.owa: Cash
mio 1.178,942-47 a-'res. miscellaneous en*
•r'e* embracing hoir.a-eteads timber cul
ture. land warrant- r p 1 * it.ons state
selections, swam j 1.% r. t e railroad and
wagon road selections Indian allot
men*# e* , 12.2 U 4*: p aerr* and Indtar
lands. 62.423 acres showing an Increase
for 4 271 474 k* acre* :•* with the
aggre*4te dlspoeals for the preceding hs
cal year Tut * • urea of she pub.
lands may 1* to be npprcxlmatel)
1.071 kl M 2 acres of wni h 917 136 M) acres
are of and 164,745.783 acre*
bv* been reserved f r various rurJ•<ee , •
The freest po icy I'auguraied by tn>
immedia • • predecessor in office has been
contir ied dur.r g the year and the re
sult# obtained in the ronservatlon of the
nation a * fc eta ar.d the protactlor* of tim
ber on reserved a well as unreserve!
lands have demon.**rated the w!sd m of
it* adop*ioii. and the neoeailty. In the in*
tereo of the public for its continued e
srd reas'd *ppr iations by Congress
for the carrying on of the work
TTie commissioner in his presents
som#* interesr.r.g data on tha progress of
education in the l.*n|ted St tea and its
dependencie* The grand total In ill
schonls •* cment iry secondary and high
er. public and private—for the year ended
July !. 1495. w s 14 734 VI2 cf which the
number enrolled In the common sch o’s.
e ementary and sec ndary, was 1&.U1.715.
Twenty an-! one-half per cent of the en
tire r*<rpuia:ion was enrolled !n the public
elementary school- and high schools. The
number of students ir. colleges and
ui.iver-lUss i* given as Kd.251. f--Pools of
medicine, law and theology 55.134. no •
nn, sth*.ol#, 61340. the value of pubkc
-chool property Is estimared at $624 6Mt
?6f. amcrunt of cunen’ racalpts raiseri
from state taxet, 33*'19T.333. fom lo a
ihx't 1:43 771
finds. fi.019.875; other sources. sls 429.749;
total receipts being $* M 017.612 Tne
amount expended for sites buildings
furniture, sir is rejortel to be 133.249.949
teachers’ salaries $128,662 wo, yrher
diture* fV. ;T.T74 total, excl \dlng pay
ment of bonds. 8187.211.103
The general condition of the Indians
and iring the \*ar has cont!n e*l to be sati*
factory; nu disturbance# or aeriotii*
trouble* have occurred, nn 1 a reasons hi >
legr*-* of progress toward •'ivihsation ha
►•een male The minaxement of the In
dian schools ha been good, and their ln
cr*jfe in number so woi, as In the enroll*
mer* and attereiunre rf p lpihi in'dicates n
healthy and satisfactory growth
The pop'd.idon of In Han* exclusive of
those if, the t;ie of N**w York and t Os
lo the Five ' , 7vlll*ed Trllee of the Indian
Territory, nwy be ntale*! approximately
o be 191.9.19. an increase of 363 over the
W lilrh (iron Into Ilia Ahm.
A little cold In th* head I* a trifle hut If
neglect'd ar.d It hang* on from week lo
week tol ft*'* Into the throat And lunar
It It no longer a srtflc It t* than no
lonaer n slight c old. but th 1 'ginning of
Do not make tho mistake of thlnklna
you have no catarrh because tho hetb 1
and nora appear to I* clear. If there U
couah. tickling in the throat hoarseness
or a o* of oppression In the chest, you
have throit and bronchial catarrh If tiac
appetite Is isior. nausea. gtgg.ll* and dts
u*t for food, especially In the morning
you have ra’arrh of the stomach
Tn# euros* and safest treatment for
every form of catarrh is an Internal rem
edy which acts especially on the blood
and mucous membranes
Burts a remedy la the new catarrh cure
sold everywhere by druggists under name
of Stuart s Catarrh Tablets, a medicine
In plecisant. convenient tablet form and
containing all the best and latest specifics
for catarrh, whether located In nose,
throat bronchial lubes or stomach.
Smart'* Catarrh Tablets nre composed
of sanculnarla. (tualacol. red gum and
similar antiseptics, which destroy the
serin* of catarrh In the blood, and no one
who suffers from any form of starch
and ha* seen the uselessness of sprays
douches and powders, will ever k<> back
to Ibem after once trying so •■onvenlent
pkasont and harmless a remedy >•
S’uart's Catarrh tablet” and one which
gives relief In so ■ hort a time.
Even In cases where catarrh has affect,
ed the senses of smell and hearing, these
tablets accomplish a cure b-ause the
blood bslrg cleansed of ra’arrhal germ
‘ha mucous surfaces of the nc.ee and
throat no longer ring up the respiratory
pageagre with catarrhal secretions.
All dries- 1 sell flill-stld treatments
of Stuart's Catarrh Tablets for the noml
nal price of V> cer’s ant the regular
dally use of them will effectually cure
this troublesome and dangerous disease
tpht ni anTirns.
Propr'etort of Suwanee flprlnjs.
Gentlemen—lt affords me great pleasure
to be enabled to gtvt saprsesloti to my
high appreciation of ths merl.s of the
waters of your springs as a curative
I was a miserable sufferer with rheu
matism nearly all over my body Usd
hart tt sty months Was reduced In weight,
to ts rounds Suffered grest pain, and
when down could not get up without as
sistance. could rot step further than
eight Inches. I rent to Suwsnse Spring
and after uelng there one week I noticed
that ! was getting a little hat ter. But.
ohl what a chang- was wrought In me
In a stay of six weeks 1 was en
tirely cured of rheumatism, was sound
snd well snd I continued to Improve
after coming home, and In one month af
terward* I weigh'd IST. rounds and
though this occurred ctgni year* ago. I
have never felt rheumatism since, and I
attribute tt all to the virtue* of me
waters ol Suwanee Bering* Yours vary
truly. THOMAS I* PIERCE.
All you can drink for Sc at Divings ton’s.
u til PAPER. PAPtlt HANGING.
\Ve carry complete assuriment of lateet
stylo papers, tend employ only c.j*i artiste
Be. our goods and gel out estimate be
fore giving out your work Our prices the
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO.,
Corner Drayton and Congrew*.
MOT VTI IT STOVES.
Call and tee what have to say
CORNWELL A CHIPMAN,
It* ongrese street, west.
Neither the Master nor Consignees >f
the Hr. Steamship "Armenia" B-aarf.
Mo ter will be responsible for any debts
contracted by crew of said vessel.
J. F. MINIS A CO.
Abstracts ot ths recorded land titles of
Savannah and Cnatham county from the
settlement of Georgia to date Money
loaned at low Interest on city real esiata.
BECKETT A BECKETT.
4 Drives Frowns.
Jos. A. Magnus
I, F. A A. M.
A r-f il—r .ifnmui.i'•tlor. of tbt* as
inrtgr will b* h*.4 at M**or.ir Tam- YY
pi- rhla tThuraday) avanln* at S 15 / Nr
Th E A will b* ronf!rT*<l.
Tranalem brethren and ratmber. of Ma
lar lod*s frat.rnally Invit-d to att-nd
JOHN W. TARKEK W. M.
jab r Cain. B*ci*i*r>.
CM CNN i ITI LODGE NO. I. K.OF R.A.
Savannah. Ga. D*r ?.. IST.'
Th- r-ifniar m-etln* of Ocean City
I-ode# No 5. K of R, A . will bo h#ld at
th* K of P Halt Deo , I*oo, at 5X> p
m H E DREEBON V. C.
W. F COURTNAY, Recorder
9PKCIAI. NOTH B*.
Tvnr*nTtrvn rttn*. iwi.
om3* <'oll#ctor :*■# and County Tax**.
Chatham county. Georxla. Savannah. Oet.
E. I*M.—The dlfest la now open for tlv*
collection of the above laxea on all prop
eray. real and personal; ihe ape 10c tax
on profeationa. also th*
POLE Tit FOII EOI CATION AI. FR
POm ON ALL MALE RESIDENTS
of th* oily and county, between the axes
of 21 and *1 year*
Office at <h Court Houae. Houra 9 a
rr.. to 2 p m. JAB J. MeOOWAN.
Tax Collector C. C.
In Regard to th* Aae*ament of Real
Property In th* fitly of Savannah for
Taxatt n for th* Y<ar I*ol
“Bio* Tax Aaaeaaora and Receiver*. Sa
vannah. Nov i, 1W —l'nder a resolu
tion of Ihl* board lax payer* arc Hereby
notlded that the aaaeaatnent and valuation
of property for the year I*oo in the ab
-enc* of objection*, will he continued a
the I .avia of taxation by the Hty of Savan
t ah for the year 1901 a* to reel estate.
Including improvement* covered thereby,
veept a* to Waahmifton. Warren. Rey
nold*. Derby. Decker ar.d Franklin ward*,
and auch other ward* a* may be re-aa
e*ed. due notice of which will be given
'hr-’u*h the pr** on Jan 1. 1901
Objection*. If any mint he made In
writing and ftl-d In the office of the Board
of Tax A****eor* and Receiver* within
FIFTEEN DAYS after the date of the
publication of thla notice No objection*
will be conatdered unlea* verified by an
affidavit made hv the property owner ti
ll la agcnl. atatln* that the property ha*
heon ataeaaed higher than It* actual mar
In the abwenc* of objection* within th*
tme apeclfled the **<*ment and valua
tion will be con* dere.l a* •atlfa-tory.
atwl will b btr.d.ng for th# veer 1901
J H H. OBRORNF Chairman
Bavannah. Ga.. Nov Jn. 190 ft
FROIEX RICE limit*
UCHAV AR/.’R CAEE.
Greatest datnty of the seated.
Oysters served In every sty le—prepared
by the most not'd rooks tn tha South.
Congresa and Whitaker streets.
‘Open Day and Night
I* THE TIME TO USE
It will make your old clothing took
Sold In large bottles at Site.
Ball Street *t#rr Open All Night.
FOR * ALE.
One 18-Inch Steam Shot Oun Feed. SJ
feet long: one Hill Oscillating Hi-am Nig
ger. 5 and Id-inch cylinders, only used
aboue thirty davti one flier and Stowed
Gang LJger, with three saws: one full
set of Filer and Htowell Lathe Machinery,
consisting of bolter ar.d gang lathe saw
mill; one set of machinery for making
rosin barrel staves; also a tot of Circular
Huws from 18 to 14 Inches diameter, from
the mill of II F Smart A Bro. in
Emanuel county The above for sale by
VALE ROYAL MFC. CO .
By the American Bundled and Trust
Company of Baltimore Wo ere author
liad to exe-uta lo ally (Immediately upon
application), all bonds In Judicial pr->-
-ecdlng- In either the state or United
States Court*. ar.d of administrators and
DFARTVO A HULL. Agents
Telephone Hi Prcvld*n- Building
Now ts a good time to select rose plsnts
to plant In your garden. Come out and
see them At JOHN WOLF S NURSERY.
Ott and Anderson streets 'Phone OA
The Arm of Walthour A Rivera having
been dissolved by the de ith of Mr J L
Walthour. tie undersigned hive this day
formed a copartnership for the purpo-e of
carrying on the real estate business un
der tne Arm name of Rivera A Otbbes
CHAB. H. GIBBES.
Dec. 1. I*oo.
We are now giving special attention to
house tulntmg kalsomlnlng and paper
hanging, et With a corps of only flrst
c ass workmen and a competent super
intednent we can do >our ttvork promptly
and satisfactorily Oet our tallmate on
anything In house decorating lloe and
ANDREW HANLEY CO.
VIRGINIA SECOND CROP SEED POTATOES.
beans, Peas, Tomatoes, P(iO Pla |lt <
And in W ar:anted Seed, suitable for
market gardener*' need-. AA rite for specia prices.
Congress and Jefferson Streets, Savannah, Ga.
EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES SI.OO,
that others charge $2.50.
Save your life, save a trip to Hot Springs, by taking
Cures when aii remedies fail.
Bull and Conjires.'-. Branch 309 Bull St.
Phones 293. Phones .182.
Superior Laundry Work
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West.
Wait No Longer. Try a
OPPOSITE THE DE FOTO
Ofllc© %Jl Hull Phm© 70i
ORBKR’tt SCOTCH WHISKY.
This celebrated famous old vntted
Highland Whisky I* imported direct
from the dtstiilery hy us
This Greer Scoich Whisky ts
guaranteed to be bottled abroad
ar.d ts consigned to ua from Glas
gow Scotland, and ts tn bond In
the United States Custom House in
Tnls grand old Greer Scotch
Whisky ts beautifully mellow and
mild lo a degree and Is -oft to tn#
isilate as one could possibly wish,
and then- Is a nutth - about It
that ts especially plena.ng.
We are glad to let he public pur
chase a* small ouandty a. they
wish, even ore bottle, for the pur
pose of Introducing the best brand
of Scotch whisky extant.
LirrUAN BROS .
Sole Agents for the Clr"r Distil
leries, Giosgow. Scotland, and Dub
lin. Ireland, for their Scotch and
HEAD* OF HOMES, MOTELS tvp
Has It ever oc-urred lo you that nearly
ana-half your life is epetu inoed? Th>
traitress is the most abused article of
furniture, and should bs well made and
of good, clean material; tt should be pick
ed and cleansed at least or .re e*;h tnrse
years. We maka new ones to orde . and
have improved machinery to cleanse and
pick old ones Ottr m*-e..anu-a) work lin
of tickings, and material for tilling, flrst
claa- Medicated Steam Renovation of
Feathers. Hair. etc.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND
RENOVATING CO .
Bell Phone U 35! Drayton.
BAY MU NM UESI OITOM ILB.
The best is the Whitler Biar.J of Be.-
fast Olnger Ale, made by Wheeler A Cos
of Belfast. Ire,and from tne celebrated
Croma Bprlngs of that ,-lt> Tb'se
epr,ngs ere the property of Whse.tr A Cos
hence no other Ginger Ale manufaelure-
Ut Ireland has thos- waters but them
selves. The Wheeler Ginger Ale is mi le
from pure Jamaica Ginger Root and not
from Red Pepper, as others are. one .a
deleterious— the other Is o tonlr
For Healthfulr.ese and Purkv the cele
brated Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ale kt the best
Bole Southern Agents. Savannah. Oa
m n,: ‘ K>l *" ‘ f v
' lIMM Wbhsker Street.
Diamond Back Terrer-I;. Slew s-rv-d
any lime to order Aisb setr.e of a!
kinds, end only the ber mens ar p-..
pared in the best .Gyle Gulf -ot t O a
tera racleved dally. Wuetgbjrg-y loff
Brau on draught. ph na TW.
THU WAY TO CLEAN CARPETS.
The only way to get your carpets prop,
arly taken up. cleaned end tak- n care of
for the summer, is • turn the Job over to
the District Messenger ar.d De.lvery Cos
telephone 5. or ill at . Montgomery
street, and ahes will ir.ik, you at
mate on the coat of the work Priest
reasonable. They also pack, move and
store furniture and ptenoe.
C. H MEDLOCK. Supt sod JJgr.
m 4HE44 %OTII F&.
• THAT-8 A Lie."
M S. I. SKI ft.
(V*r BrouK .01 r,l
V/i Hy*** y/
FINEST FRAMES. FINEST LENSES
Our Goods arc the Finest In ttu-
Sooth. Wc nre the only Opticians tu
Savannah. Oar Work Shop ts Onr
Strong Feature. We grind all pre
scription work on the premiers same
Itcimlrluu don** nlille too tvnlf.
Kje* evnmlneil free.
Dll. M. M HWAR \ *OV
\o. 47 Unit •. fin. I* It one 11!4.
•lust received 3 LIGHT TROTTING
BUGGIES. Cull on<l see them, they are
Cohen-Kulman Carriage and Wagon Cos.
Broughton and WeM Broad atreeta
The intrinsic value of Jewelry.
Allver. Cut (, ,j et- , Is part of
their charm a- a gift The many
new an I exoulsltc d,-signs shown
here ire another part that add
greatly to Its worth fulness—mak
ing U doubly 4pfircUt<]
HIMTER & KEUREN,
1U Bull Street Ga Phone *9l
AO t It L.
Ct;y of Savannah,
Office C.erk of Council,
a.. . * NOV ' 14
All parties desiring to retail liquor -lur
ing the year k* 1 will i1.,. me-tr applica
tion* with th* Clerk of Council at once,
so that sam. can be referred to Council
er.d action taken upon sal,l ppllcailon
before the expiration of limit provided
for by ordir.auce.
WM T RAn-WY.
Clerk oX Council.
LBOJ'OLD ADLER. JNG. h
c. e. ELLIB BARRON A
UN Prealdent At*
The Chatham Bank
Will be p.-atui to (active tp. ,
of Merchxr.t* Firm*. Indlvij .. ’
Liberal favor, extended
I'nsurpaaaad collection f,< .! y,
Inr rrnmpt retuin* * VT '
LY ON DEPOSIT}!
Safety Dpo*lt Box-* r.| v, . ,
rent. Oorre,pordenc* ,51l l’*d '
OF A\ANNAN "
Tranaacts m Gearral Baakl*
Sollrll. Arconnt. ladly H „u
Merchaut*. Uaaka ana oth„ r „ rß *;
Collection* handled with
cronoray and dispatch
latrreat, compounded q0.rt,,,.
allowed on dcpoalin In oar Saviaa*
Nafety Depo.lt Boxr* and *, or ,-,
fIR 9NTLEY A. DENMARK. Fre,!*,..
.MILLS 1,. L.A.N'E, N lee Frreld, Bt
GEORGE C. FREEMAN. Ca.bl„.
GORDON L. GROOVE!!. A*,t .
\*t in oii.v oC Gee w *
i'**’ 11 *' DXRI
Surplus ar.d undivided profits
DEPOSITORY OF THE STAT- Z
Superior facilities for tranaacting
General iu*n,u., yTTr ■ m
('ullrctl ,n ma.le on alPnoinF,
through bank* aiid csr.s,.-,
Ai counts of Bank,. Banker*. MrrTßaiits
and other* solicited, gate Deposit Bus*
Department cf Saving*, Interest rarahe
he I, B erllng Exchange on London C
JOHN FLANNERY President
HOPAOE > I RANE. Vice President.
JAMES SULLIVAN. Cashier
JNO FLANNERY WM W GORDON
E A WFTI. W \Y GORDON Jr.
H A CRANE JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROY MTERS JO6EPH FERST
H T SMART CHARLES KELTS
EDWARD KELLY JOHN J KIRBY
Sill Bill J I® !l
Account* of banks, merchants, corpora,
tiont and individuals sobcitad.
Bavii gs Department, interest paid quar
Safety Doxea and Storage Vaults tit
Collections made on all points at rse
Drafts sold on all the chief cities of Ua
JOSEPH D. WEED. President
JOHN C ROWLAND. Vice President.
W F. MeCAULEY. Cashier
THE GERMANIA BANK
Capital •••• n5
Undivided prom* _ *v
This hank offer* It* service* to corpora
tlor.s. nier hams and Individuals
Has authority to a t as exe utor ■
mlnistrator. guardian, etc.
Issues drafts on the principal cltl** J
Great Britain and Ireland and on **
Internet paid or compounded q
on deposit* In tho Savings Depatmew.
>x>x** for rent.
HENRY BLT N Presld'nt
GEO W TIEDKMAN Vtca Prasldset.
JOHN M HOGAN. Cashier.
WALTER F. HOGAN. Asat Cashier
No. M 46. Cbertered H
Mils Nil i
CAPITAL. Luma* bt KPLUS
UNITED STATES DEPOSITOR!.
J. A G. CARSON. President
BEIRNE GORDON. Vice Pree.der.t
W M DAVANT. Cashier
Accounts of bank* and barkers, w
chants and corporations rec*lved ugwt
the most favorab’e terms consistent vtO
eaf* and conservative tankbg
THE GEORGIA STATE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
15 TORK dTREET. WEST
PER CENT, per annum allowed •
O deposits, withdrawable on demand.
Interest credited quarterly
6PIK CENT, per annum
deputlta of even hundreds, wltburew
able at annual periods.
GEO W TIEDE.MAN, President.
B H. LEVY. Vice President.
E. W. BELL, Secretary.
C G ANDERSON. JR Treasurer
Ti leiipef BS
For sale, i Foraallb Newspaper Fdd*r,
will fold atieet I7xG. It Is In godl dr4 * r
price 9100 It coat ortgmady *-L* b '‘
we have no use for It and want tba
It will be en Invaluable adjunct w
tavaaaah, r **-
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Cos.
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Tcrm^
IF yol’ want GOOD M *;r J ft ',ad
and work, ordtr your !UhfWJ frc ai
printed stationary hlank *-*>**