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METHODISTS IN CONFERENCE.
rnurHCHl GtTHr.Ht:n in om h
(•EMION AT I l lit IIKIIT.
111. hop E. H. Henilrla of Knnit City
T* Presiding—l here L an 1 niuil
y Large Ano Mil *nre—Ma ■■ y Applt
for Uuilitltm on Trial—ln-
Itmlllf Krpurt Ihptrlrd on Wn
leynn Christian Ail* ocatr—' sermon
t>> HfT. Ed. T. • ook
(.'uthbert. I> Th* Rouih Georgia
Conference of th" Methodtat Episcopal
i'Huron, South, met at 9 o'clock this morn
ing to hold t(* thirty-fourth session.
Hi anop B. R lfendrlx ot Kanttt Ct.y.
Mo., was in thn chair and opened the
conference, with a ahort and appropriate
The call of the roll nhoa-ed an unumial
1> large attendance, for the opening ses
Hav. W. F Smith wan re-eleclad aec
tei.try, with the following aaalntin f T
H Thom non. J A. Smith. XV. M BUG n,
O. F. Cook. W. XV. Seal* ami J. M
The .oenmlttees to look after the vorl
ou Inletaata of the church, were ap
The-report of the Committee on th*
Wealeyai, Chr.attan Advocate, which will
probably come up to-morrow. In look'd
forward to wita much Interest
The adminnton of applicant* on trial In
tna eonference In a tnattei of vital Im
portance. Thin year there were eleven to
knock at the door of the conference, not
one of them being rejected. The aver
age age of there men was over 31 yearv,
which called forth sonic opposition |t >
The rvamen of the appllcantn are: S II
Bryan, 8 J Davis. T F. Drake S I.
Oardm*. J N Hudson. C K Jenktnn. I
R Kelly. J IV Llilev. C. A Norton. J
A Stale and John Swain Without un
due hante Blnhop Hendrix han dlp*tch*d
the work, no that the namen of all the
underaraduatea have been called and theli
In addition to the former auperanrtuatea
the following were referred, for thin elec
tion A M Wynn. D. K Riley, C, A
Moore and C I* Adam*
I<r C E. Dowman, offerad resolution*,
of appreciation of the long mlnlnierla) la
bor* of Hev. A M Wynn, which were
a-lopted hy rtnlng vole Blalio|> Hendrix
Invited all th nuperanntiared preachera
to meet him tlda afternoon that they
might examine the Journal of John Wa
ll). which he kept whlio In Savannah at
the beginning of Methodlnm
H ft Hard* ell. Geo N Mae Dowell. T.
F. Davenport and D F. Riley, have heen
transferred from other conference* to
During the morning section Dr. Jno. P.
Hammond. Secretary of Education. ad
dreaaed the conference In the Interest
of the educational Institution* of tho
Rev. Ed. F. Took preached to the de
l.ght of the conference, thi* afternoon,
and Dr. W. C. Loveaa. editor of the Wea
leyan Chrletlan Advo.va.ie. preached a
strong aermon to-night The conference
I* receiving splendid entertainment front
the people of Chtthhert.
LUCKY CATCH AT TIFTON,
A Shrewd rooßdenre Man Taken In
Ttfton. Ga.. Dae. A lucky catch was
made by the Tlfton police one night thl*
week. About midnight, and shortly be
fore the leaving time of the north-bound
Georgia Southern train. Night Marshal
Saxon was attracted by the strange be
havior i>fto white men. who evidently
Intended going In the train. Both stayed
off In Ihe dirk, party hid behind some
freight cars, and carrying a satchel be
tween them At last one of them came
Into tho ticket office and purchased tickets
Thinking they over* burglars, trying lo
escape with Ihelr booty. Ihe policeman ;
arrested them, but not without come
trouble as bo:h showed a disposition lo
resist, and one drew a pistol. As he whs
carrying them to the city Jai;. having one
handcuffed and hla nipper* on the other, j
the larx-r one Jerked loose from Ihe nit*,
per* and ran. carrying \gith him ths
satchel The other man wa* locked up. and
later found to be W. D. Salter, warned
by th* l otted Stale* authorities for using
the malls for fraudulent purposes. The
authorities In Thomasville were notified.
*nd yesterday Deputy Marshal Dlsmukes
came after the prisoner, carrying him be
fore Commissioner Rodenberrv for a hear
Quite an Interesting story devslops from
the arrest. It I* sold that Salter had for
some time boon working a gieen goods
scheme through the malls ar.l during th*
time, began correspondence with a man
named B- alright. In Madl on county. Fkr.
Ida. which resulted In an agreement to
meet In Valdosta, where Salter was to de
liver to Boatright Uno worth of the
The parties met as agreed upon, and af
ter a conference, retired to an o and shed
near by to tnake the exchange Boat
right counted down ihe Jfto In hard cash,
and Baitr took up the roll to see If tire
amount was correct No sooner had he
got the money tn hi* fingers than he blow
out th* light and ran. leaving Host right
with only a grievance and an empty pock
#t Ha was sufflclsmly enraged to report
th* matter to the authorities, and they
hav# been on fhe lookout sine*, until
Kaxon'a lucky catch plac*<J the man In
Salter was raised in Worth county. n-*r
Ty-Ty. ard Is well-known throughout this
section He I# a brother of Hugh Salter,
who was convicted of handling queer
money in United States Court Ir. Savan
nah four years ago, and given a two
years' ser.Prvce In the Columbus. 0.. peni
tentiary, which he finished laid year.
ftllLLroX IX CAROLINA.
Extraordinary Slate of tlfaira In
the Town of t'nlon.
Columbia. 8 C., Dec. An official of
Union county reports an extraordinary
smallpox situation to Gov. Mcgwsntey
The Jail, he say*. ,* a pesthouse Ii I*
used as a "lock-up" hy the town author.
Me*, and several prisoners with small
pox have been sent there It was from
this Jail a pattern was sent to the lunatic
asylum here who developed smallpox In
Hundred* of cases are reported In Un.
lon More whites are down than Macks,
and It is said to be seriously Interfering
with th* running of the cotton mill* of
Fa'ient* are sent to the pesthouae and
they com* up Into town to tper>d the
night, returning to th# pesthouse for
thair breakfast. The health officer saya
(he Beard of Health will not alve him th#
power to have a guard Th# Governor hat
ordered an immediate Investigation.
Married In Atlanta.
Thomasville r;, , . D* t - _A TV
•tuari of thlt <tty *nd Mrs. Edta Stuart
of Ai ant*, but recently of Tlioßiaevllle,
ware married in Atlanta thla afternoon.
To axslit dlrrea lon. relieve dislresa
after eating ot drinking too hasrUiy
lu prei-eri conitloatlcn. lake
i Mood's Pills
Bn. wonodwt. W eantib
MUSCLE AND NOT FAT
What Thin People Need to nonnd
• the ( nratrs.
What thin folk* need I* flesh or muscle,
To be symmetrical and properly propor
tloned every person should have a car
tain amount of excess fle-n, t,ut to h"
plump does not ne-• saarlly m- an to be
Fat Is undesirable. It clogs nd r.-tarda
the action of the run: - . interferes w.ih
the healthy aetlon of the peart and lung*
and when very excessive, predisposes 100
fatty daganerati I of vital or*m-.- to ca\
nothing of the discomfort resulting from
100 much adipose 'lst i*
Common sense would suggest that If
one wish** to become fleshy and plump
the thing most ns- led would he flesh
forming food—that Is. albuminous food*,
like eggs, beef, oatmeal, eb .
The kind* of food which make flesh are
the lood* we have on our tables every
day; hut the trouble Is that our stom
ach*. front weakness or derangement of
some kind, do not promptly and properly
Really, the principal rca*on so many
people remain thin Is because their stoni
ach* do not prop, rly and completely di
gest ai.d assimilate the flesh-reaming
beefsteak and egg* we <al every day.
There are thousands of auch people, and
they are teally dyspeptic-, although they
may not suffer any particular pair, or
lnconvensei.ee from their stomachs
If ueh persons and ad thin people
would take after their meals some simple
and natural digestive, like Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablet* the food would he quickly
digested and the proper degree of p ump
net** very soon result because these late
.els are prepared exactly for that pur
pose They digest every variety of flesh
forming food, which is the real reason
why they so quickly bulM up and
strengthen thin, dyspeptic men and wo
Btuart’S Dyspepsia Tablet* cure every
P rtn of Indigestion <>n this common-sen*-:
plan, that they thoroughly digest tt<-
prompt, giving• strength lo every nerve
and organ In the body, and the weakened
atom* h a chance to rest and recover Ita
natural vigor Nothing further Is required
to cure anv stomach trouble, except can
cer of Ihe stomach "Hiey make thin, dys
peptic people stiong. plump anil well
Thl# excellent preparation l* sold SO
cent* for full-sized treatment hy all
drtigglste In I’nlted Stales, Canada and
AT THE I lit V ll.lt
Kllmt-llearn Company In Two flood
Flay a. *
The Kllmt-Heam Company placed to
two good audience* yesterday afternoon
ar.l last night. "A Nutmeg Match" was
given at the matinee, and at night the
scenic melodrama, 'Tne Diamond Break
er " Both plays were done in the com
pany's usual good style.
"Trilby" will he tho hill thl* afternoon,
ami to-night Lawrence Murwton's play In
which Lillian Lewis starred, entitled "An
Innocent Sinner. ' will bo produced. The
specialties are varied at each perform
ance and will! the cm etna to* cope prove In
ter*!! !ng features.
The prettiest pl.iv evoked from the
chaos of strife and sorrow of the cruel
war. "Barbara Krietchle," will he pre
sented at the Theater Wednesday even
ing. Dec. 12. with Kffle Ellsler In the title
role The play Is hy Clyde Fitch, who
taking Whittier* poem for hi* Inspira
tion. by lifting many years from the
shoulder* of the Frederick dame, has
evolved a sweet and Interesting heroine
whose sacrifice* for love are beautiful
and touching Mr Fitch's "Barbara
Frletchle" Is a budding and glorious
young woman of gentle and winning na
ture. who falling In love with federal
eflh-er. remain* steadfast In her loyalty
to him. *!e#plte the opposition of father,
brother and friends It Is a character
which gives an actress of Effte Kllsler'a
qualities splendid scope for the exercise
of her art. And who that ha* seen Kffie
Ellsler does nod know that when It eom.-s
to portraying either Ingenuous maiden
hood In the early tangles of Ihe lender
pneslon, or lo rising lo Hie demands of
a dramatic situation, she Is equally at
home In her work, and never fa-ls to fully
teallxe the emotion and picture called
for. "Barbara Frletchle" had a run of
over loti performance* in New York at
the Criterion Theater where Charles
Frobman produced It. It has also enjoyed
long and triumphant runs In Boston,
Philadelphia and Chicago. The New York
production Is Ihe one which will be pre
sented here Scats go on sale Monday
morning at a o'clock The price* are: Or
chestra. tl W and
cents; gallery US. *
The fominr of "Mahal F-alge" and th*
"Southern Stock Company." for a week's
engagement, commen-Ing Monday. Dei'.
10 mill he looked forward to hy the ad.
mlrer* of that clever "star ” This season
she Is presenting a number of scenic
productions of hlgh-clas* melo-dramallc
and sensa'Ksnal (flay*, that have not been
presented before at other than high prices
Th* complete scenery I* curried for each
production, and the company surround
ing Mis* Paige. Is said to be hy far th#
strongest she ha* ever carried Popular
price* will he the rule during the engage
ment. "The Captain's Mat*' Is announced
a* the opening bill. The play Is a nautical
melo-drama, in four ao*. which had a
run of thref hundred night* In New York
ON SEVERAL rttlRKB.
Lonl* Kaminsky tp for a Number of
Yesterday. In Magistrate G. Nobla
Jones' Court Isabelle Jenkins, colored,
sued out against Louis Kaminsky, a war
rant, charging him with assault and bat
tery. and also a peace warrant.
The Jenktns woman claims that she
went Into Kaminsky's store day before
i yesterday to buy n cloak, bu* that she
I wa* charted by Kaminsky, wt’h trying
! to steal It. and that he and another man
I in the More had given her a heating and
j then had her arrested The case was
i heard before the Recorder yesterday and
j dismissed, und th* woman then sued out
: the warrants Kaminsky gave bond for
! his appearance before the City (Yttirt
AO UNIT IN IMdN iVtH’ITY.
Petition Filed by Forty Laborers
Who NT ant Thrlr Pay.
I Birmingham. Ala Deo. —A petition
was filed In the United States .Court In
this city to-dav by about forty laborer*
employed hy the Jones Valley Iron Com
pany asking ti*oo t the company be d—
c’ored a bankrupt. Tne petitioners were
employed at the Williamson furnace
which t# operated bv the company ai I
•truck som# day* ago because the No
vember pay rotl wa# not met.
They allege in their petition that Ihe
company has during the lost four ntonihs
while Insolvent gold and transfsrred to
i Roger* Brown A Cos one of Its ,re*j|tots.
'with Inter'. t-> fifr: the great,-r part
of Is eutpu'.
The officers of tha company claim that
th* situation is due to temporary embar
raasment, and that matters will hs
straightened out in a few days
Some Florida I'naltitastert.
I Washington, Dec The President to
i dav set t to the 8- la e th" follow Insr nom-
Ir.ntlcns of ;nstmasters v
Fkttl'ia-J T Bassett, at Titusville;
Ndwell B, Hull ar Statke
Alabama—Joseph C. Manning. Alexan
der City. a
THF MOKNING NEWS: FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1900.
tot Al. I'EHMMtI.
Mr Johr Hill of Atlant* I* a guest of
th* D Sot*.
Mr I'. M Reid of Atlanta is a guest
of the Screven.
Mr >1 J Young of Call. Fla . la a guest
of the Pulaski.
Mr. A E Hold! Of Atlanta It registered
at the Screven.
Mr J Rice Smith of Auguita la regla
trred at the Dc Soto.
Mr. Porter Fleming of Auguxl* I* regla
t.rtd at the De Solo.
Mr 1- P De Otoot of Atlanta I* regia
tere.l at the Dc Soto.
Mr M M Hutton of Macon la regis
tered t the Screven.
Mr. Wtl.ljm J. I-oader of Atlanta It a
guest of the Screven.
Mr. G M. William* of Ada belle Is a
guest of the Pulaski.
Mr. If. L Groover of Quitman Is a
guest of the Pulaski
Mrs U E Wyrhe of Quitman is reg
istered at ihe pulikkl.
Air. J tv. Murphy of Atlanta Is reg
leiei .ft at Ihe Pulaski.
Mr II Rotenheln left via the Central
yesterday for Atlanta
Miss S Dancy was j passenger on the
Kopmi City lust r-lght.
Mr. J E. Sheffield of Mcßae registered
yesterday at the Pulaski
Mr aid Mrs. John Roberta of Charles
ton are guest* of the Screven.
Mr. J. Lelpsltx was a passenger of the
Central yesterday for .Augusej.
Mr N. M Breese left via the Seaboard
Air Line yesterday for Norfolk
Mrs. W. R Chlpm.tn sailed for New
York yesterday on Ihe Nwcoochee
Mr J Chessman left via the Seaboard
Air Line yesaarday for New York.
Miss Burrows was among the passen
gers of the Kansas City last night.
Mr. and Mr*. W. G. Beasley ot Cor
•lele ate registered at the Pulaski.
Mis* J. T. Haines returned from New
York last night on Ihe Kansas City
Messrs. Dun B Harris and A Woiff of
Atlanta are registered at the Pulaski.
Mr. and Mis. Byron Clark were passen
gers on the Nacoochet yesterday for New
Mrs Dens and O. D. Deni arrived on
the Kansas City last night from New
Mr J Clark was among Ihe passengers
of the Heahoard Air IJne yesterday for
Mrs. T. Hunter was among the passer
gers of the Kansas City, which arrived
Mr. II C, Cook of St Louis, managing
editor of the Hallway Journal. Is among
the visitors to Savannah
Mr J. T Adamson was among th* pas
sengers of the Kansas City, which ar
rived from New York last night
Mr. P. C. Roiereau. who has been 111 for
tome time, hu* so much Improved that he
has been able lo leave the hospital.
Messrs. S. and H. Rosengarlen. and C
Richardson were among she passenger*
of the Plant System yesterday for Mo
Mr. Frank M- lntlre returned last night
from Chester, Pu.. where h* has been at
tending the Pennsylvania Military Col
lege Mr. M, Inlire will have six weeks
to spend with his family and friend* at
home, as the Institution has been closed
for that length of time because of an
epidemic of s-arlet fever.
Cards are out announcing (he coming
marriage of Mr Waller R. Davis and
Miss Noln Belle Porter at Trinity Metho
dist Church. Wednesday evening. Dec. 19.
at *JO o'clock Mr Davis I* the well
known hay and grain Inspector with th#
Savannah Board of Trad*, and hat friend#
who will cheerfully congratulate him on
his proapectlve happiness.
REWARD FOR SIRS' <1 LAYER.
There Are Many Rumors About the
Fair In Thomaavllle.
Thomasville. Ga . Dec. A—Gov. Candler
offered a reward to-day of IMP for the ar
rest of the mqrderer of young Sims, with
proof to convict
The coroner's Jury had another session
to-day behind closed doors, and adjourn
'd over until -to-morrow without a ver
dict. They have examined a large num
ber of witnesses.
Rumors continue to fly, some of them
of a very serious nature, but there Is
nothing conclusive as yet.
STOPS TIIE hI'SII INI) WORKS OFF
THF- ( OLD.
Laxative Rrorao Quinine Tablet* cur* a
cold In one day. No no pay. Prlc#
* cent* —ad.
■PK IAL NOTin>
NOTICE TO W ITKII TAKERS.
Office of Savannah Water Works,
Savannah. Ga.. Dec. *. I!SP
The water will be shut off this (Friday)
morning. Dc 7. for a few hours | n lhat
section of the city as follows Jnd an
street lane to 7.uh|v freer and from West
Broad street to West Boundary street.
I. V. KIKfIQY. Supt
"ut. BCU'PMT, (Han.
Steamer Pilot Bov leaves Bull street
wharf Saturdays 10 • nr for Charleston,
touching at the Navdl St a lon. Port Roy
al. Beaufort and way landings
Freight and passengers solicited.
Fare Savannah to Chari eton 13 50.
Q* Phone 354.
Neither ihe master nor consignees of th*
Italian bark AMlllo Dapelo will he re
sponslM* for any debts contracted by th#
crew BTRACHAN ACO . Consignee*
Savannah. Ga.. Dec t. ]#*>
All bills against th* Italian bark Fran
cesco. must be presented at our office
before 12 o clock m this day. or payment
thereof will he detarred.
A CO., Consignee*.
B*vannah. Ga.. Dee. 7. IMV
Neither Ihe master, owners nor con
signee of the British steamship Ardova
will he responsible for any debt* con
traded by the crew
B v SMITH. Master.
Georg.a Phone No 34* Fell Phone No ML
11. C. TRIPP A CO.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
Real Estate bought and sold on commis
sions, and Renta collected.
Traveler* Insurance Company Lsfe. Ac
cident and liability Department*.
New York Underwriters Fire Insurance
Greenwich Fire Insurance Company.
' - Trust. Bale Deposit and Surely
Issuing Bonds of Purely to contractors,
administrators, guardians, etc.
*x * ,IR rirr.
W 111 wnltsker Htraat.
Diamond Back Tetrailn Hiear serv'd
any tlm to order Also cam# of gij
kinds* and only the best meats ar* pre
pared In the best style Gulf coast O-*.
ters recleved dally. Wuerahurgcr Holt
Brau on draught. Phone TW.
Abstracts ot the recorded land titles ot
M.-.vannah and Cnatham county from to*
settlement of Oeorgta (o data. Money
loaned at lew interval on city real estat*.
BUCKEfT A BECKETT.
ROBINSON.—The rsiatlvcs and friends
of Mr. and Mr*. A E Robinson ara ir.-
vlied to attend the funeral of the former
thist (Friday! afternoon at 330 o'clock,
from fit Benedict's Church.
■ . ■,
LASKIKIN 1,0 IIOK AO. 4b. F. AAD A.M.
A regular communication of this Jk
lodge will be held thle (Friday) ev- Xy
•nlng at Masonic Tcmp.e al fc 30
Members of staler lodge* and transient
brother* cordially Invited to attend Hy
order OEO T. CANN, W. M
W. C. TRAVIB, Secretary.
APEX I AL A(> I It MB.
•TATE AND COI'KTY TAXES. 1 POO.
Office Collector State and County Taxes,
Chatham county. Georgia. Savannah. Oct.
5. HOD—The digest is now open for the
collection of the above taxes on all prop
erty. real and personal, iba specific tax
on professions; also the
POLL TAX FOR EDUCATIONAL PtR.
I’OSM ON ALL MALE RESIDENTS
of the city and county, between the ages
of 21 and (0 years.
Olflce at the Court House Hours: *a.
m. to 2 p. m. JAS J. McGowan.
Tax Collector C. C.
FOR CAKE MATERIAL.
Cleaned Currant*. 1-lb. pkg.. 15c
London Layer Raisin* per lb lie
Fine Seed'd Raisin*. 1-lb pkg... 15c
Fancy Corsican Citron, per lb 15c
Fancy Lemon and Orange Peel per lb..2hc
New Duchess Fig* per lb 30c
Shehed Almonds per lb 60c
New Dates per lb 10c
Brown Sugar for Cake*.
California Sherry for Cakes
California Brandy for Cakes.
New Almond* per lb .*. 30c
New Walnut* per lb 30c
New Pecan* per lb lie
Crystallized Ginger per pkg 10c
Cranberry Sauce per Jar 30c
Fancy Florida Orange*
Fancy York Imperial Apples.
Fine Large Bananas
Guava Jelly per pkg 10c
Mlnca Mr per lb luc
Plum Pu-ldlng, 1-lb 36c
Plum Pud-ling 2-lbe. 0c
JOHN T. EVANS A CO, B.
Congress and Barnard streets.
3 Fones 26U.
ENGLISH. FRENCH AND
for Traa. Lnseliroat and other F.u
We have brought out some of the most
attractive biscuit known. They ara
dainty in shop* and delicate to the taste.
We name a few:
OLIVE. CAMBRIDGE. OPERA.
DEJLI NER. DINNER
KRIETfK’H'B SUGAR WAFERS
FLIRT, ma le In France; the daintiest
biscuit ever Imported.
A. M A C W. WEST
ffuwanee Springs Cos.. Suwatiee, Fla.
Gentl>neii—Having been a resident of
this and adjoining counties for flfty-aaven
years, and a practicing physician aboul
thirty, have had a favorable opportunity
of observing rh* effect* of your spring
as a remedial agent. I ran cheerfully tay
that for certain rlasses of diseases 1 have
ween some miraculous i-uro*. vlx: RAeu
mutism, kidney nnd biolJer affections,
skid diseases, crotilc dyspepsia, etc. Th#
wuler has a tin* tonic and alterative ef
fect. as evinced by ihe magic Increase of
appetite, lone to ihe svsiem, etc.
S. T. OVERSTREET M D..
Live Oak. Fla.
All you ran drink for 5r at Living-ton's.
J( AT HEt El l Ell
One carload of Moyers' fine work of
Syracuse. N. Y . open and top buggies,
the most complete Una aver brought to
We defy competition on this work I
ask the public ono and all who are to Ihe
market for end and aide-spring easy-rid-
Ing vehicle*, that they can be found at
my repository. Also a full line of deliv
ery wagons, open and top; milk and baker
wagons You make no mistake by galling
at once and make your selection.
MARK APPLK’B REPOSITORY.
CO Broughton street, west.
Kelly's Rubber Tires, the only reliable
tlr* on th* market.
THE BAVANNAM PREPARATORY
M lllini.. MILITARY.
Harris and Rarnard streets Ormond B.
8i ron* (Cornell), lf*ad Master. Greek,
Latin an.) English: Rev. R. p Johnson.
A M (Princeton), lately of St Mat
thew* Military Academy. History. Geog
raphy and Modern Languages. John
Stelaer, A B . Mathematic* and Chem
istry. Ga- Telephone MIL
PAL < I ' tI E.
REPTATR ANT AND OYBTER HOI HE
43 Bull Street
Blue Points. Little Neck Ciams. received
by every •(seiner Native Oysters tn all
styles. Chops and steaks and game lo
season Everything the beet
Just received, fresh lot live lobsters
M D ABRAMS. Prop
P. S— Hot lunch from 11 to 1 svsrv d*y
PAINTS AND HOUSE PAINTING.
We handle nothing but the VERY
BEBT grade* of PAINTS and 01L8. and
employ the very best painters to be had.
Allow ua to make bid on painting your
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO.
Corner Congress and Drayton.
Phone 51. •
APEC IAL NOTICE.
Now la a good time to select rose plant*
lo plant In your garden. Come out and
aee them at JOHN WOLF'S NURSERY.
On and Anderson streets 'Phone M 4.
By ths American Bonding and TruM
Company of Baltimore. W* are author
ised to execute locally (Immediately upnti
application), all bonds In Judicial pro
ceeding’ In either (he stale or United
Slates Courts, and of administrator* and
PEA RING A HULL. Agent*.
Telephone 331 Provident Building.
Th* firm of Waithour A River* having
been dissolved by the death of Mr J. L
Waithour. t e underw gned h ive this day
form'd a copartnership for the ; trpooe u |
carrying o. ih reel estate bu*lr,cs un
der Ihe firm nuroe of Klvra*r Gibbs*.
HORACE 111 VICKS.
CHAS. H. GIBBEB.
Dec. 1. lAW
PE CI AL IN OT II F-
W* ar* row giving special attention lo*
house pointing kaloomlnlng and paper
hanging, etc. With a corps of only first-
G-s workmen and a competent super-
Inlednenr we can and" vour wore promptly
and satisfactorily. Gel our esilro-ai* on
anything In house decorating line and
ANDREW HANLEY CO.
In Holiday Boxes of 25.
Suitable as Gifts and Convenient for Travel.
LEE ROY MYERS & CO.,
Superior Laundry Work
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street. West.
In Regard to th* Assessment of Real
Property In the City of Savannah for
Taxation for the Year 1901.
Office Tax Assessor* an* Receiver*. Sa
vannah. Nov. Su, 1900. Under a resolu
tion of this hoard tax payer* axe hereby
notified that the assessmtnt and valuation
of property for the year 1900 in the ab
.-nee of objections, will be continued -i
the basis of taxation ly- the city of Savan
tah for the year 190! as to real esta'e.
Including Improvements covered thereby,
except aa to Washington. Warren, Rey
nolds. Derby. Decker and Franklin ward
and auch other ward* as may be rw-as-
H-wsed. due notice of which will be given
through the pres* on Jan 1. 1901
Objections, If any. must be msd* in
writing and filed In th* off!- * of the Board
of Tax Assessors and Receivers wlthl.v
FIFTEEN DAYS after Ihe date of the
publication of thl* notice No objection*
will be considered uni*** verified by an
afiidavlt made by the property owner o
his agent, staling that the property has
been assessed higher (han Its actual mar
In the abaenc* of objection* within th
time specified the assessment ar.d ' Alua.
tlon will be considered as satisfactory,
and will be binding for the year 1901
J H. H OSBORNE Chairman
Savannah. Ga., Nov. *O, lIW
GHITKR'fi ACOTPH WHIMSY.
This celebrated fimoui old vatted
Highland Whisky Is Imported direct
from tha distillery by us
This Greer Scotch Whisky Is
guaranteed to be bottled abroad
and Is consigned to us from Glas
gow. Scotland. _and is in bond In
tho United Sixes Custom House m
This grand old Greer Scotch
Whisky Is beautifully mellow and
mbd to a degree and Is soft to tho
palate a* one could possibly wish,
ami there Is a nuttiness about It
that la especially pleasing.
We are glad to Ist (he public pur
chase as small quantity as they
wlah. even one bottle, for the pur
pose of Introducing ihe best brand
of Scotch whisky extant.
Sole Agents for the Greer Distil
leries. Glasgow. Scotland, and Dub
lin. Ireland, for their Scotch and
Irish Whiskies * t
* FROIEN RICE BIRD*
Greatest dainty of the reason.
Oysters served in every style—prepared
by the most noted cooks In the South.
Congress and Whitaker afreets.
Open Day and Night.
14 THE TIME TO t'NE
It will make your old clothing look
•old la large bottles at Ur.
. SOLOMONS CO.
801 l Street Store Open All Night.
ItF.AON OF HOMES. HOTELS AND
Ha* It ever occurred to you that nearly
one-half your life is spent tnbed? The
maitrvae It Ihe most * bused article of
furniture, and should he well made aral
of good, clean material; It should be pick
ed and cleansed at least once each (bre#
years. We make new ones to order, and
have improved machinery to cleanse and
pick old ones Our mechanical work lire
of tickings, and material for filling, first
els'* Medicated Steam Renovation of
Feathers. Hair. etc.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND
RENOVATING CO .
Bali Phone UK. Ml Drayton.
Oil ONLY fHE UEST LINGER ALE.
The beat |a the Wheeler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale. made by Wheeler A Cos .
of Reliaai. Ireland, from the ceieoiVird
Cromac Springs of rhai city. There
•prmgs are the properly of Wheeler A Cos
hene* no oQier Ginger Ale manufacturer
In Ireland haa those water* but :hem
eelvea. Th* Wheeler Ginger Ale la made
from pur* Jamaica Olnaer Root and not
from Red Pepper, aa others are. on# .a
deleterious—the other Is a tonic
For H'althfulnet* and Purity (he cele.
hr*led Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ale la th* best
Role Southern Agents, Savannah. Ga.
TUB WAY TO CLEAN CARPETS.
The only way to get your carpets prop,
•rly taken up, cleaned and taken care of
for th* summer. Is eo turn the job over (o
the District Mes*eii*r and Ded rry Cos
telephone 3. or cal! at 32 Music mary
•ireel. and ihe) will make >uu ai. esi,.
mate on rhe coat of th* work. Price#
reasonable. They also pack, move and
etore furoiltur* and pianos
C. H. MEDLOCK. Supt. and Mgr.
Bt SINKS* NOTICES.
It Is Impossible
To enumerate the various articles In our
etock fit for Christmas gifts.
We have an elegant lot of diamonds
and other precious stones Long experi
ence In purchasing these goods enables
us to offer a superior quality of value
Special a.lention ha* been given gift*
for men. W* sugge-t a selection now. to
•void the excitement of the w-eks lat#r
Are you Smokidg the
Try jtfst one to-day.
OF ALL KINDS
HENRY SOLOMON & SON
No. l4b. Chartered ISM.
Mil! 8111 l M
CAPITAL, luo-.-v.' or. it PLUS 6100.00 U
UNITED BTATEB DEPOSITORY.
J. A. G. CARSON, President.
BEIRNE GORDON Vic* President
W M DAVANT Cashier
Account* of banks and bankers, mer
chants and corporations received upon
th* most favorab!* terms consistent with
aafa and con-ervalive banking
THE GEORGIA STATE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
15 YORK STREET. WEST.
“ PER CENT per annum allowed on
o deposits, withdrawable on demand.
Interest credited quarterly.
PER CENT, per annum allowed 0..
" deposit, Of even hundreds, withdraw
able at annual periods.
OEO XV TIEDEMAN. President.
B. H. LEVY, Vice President.
E. W. BELL. Secretary.
C. O. ANDERSON, JR . Treasurer
For sale, a Forsalth Newspaper Folder
will fold sheet 27x12 It Uin good order
price 6100. It coat originally t .100. bu.
we hav* no ua* for It and want th* room
It will be an Invaluable adjunct to any
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Cos
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms.
M l.i I VI. wi| it m. "
One ] -in b Steam ShM fiUn Feed, t:
feet long one Hill Oscillating Steam Nig
ger, Sand IP-Inch cylinders, only us* l
about thirty dayi; one filer and Stowel
Gang Edgr-r. with three aws: one fn
set of Filer arid Stowell Lathe Machinery
consisting of bolter and gang lathe saw
mill; one set of machinery for making
rostn barrel staves; nleo a lot of Circular
3aw* fiom 1C lo 5C Inches dlnraeier. from
th* mill of H. P Smart & Bro. In
Emanuel county. The above for sale by
VALE ROYAL MFO CO.
We don’t practice thi*
at our store.
Our salesmen know
*how to fit shoes properly.
We are taking a spo t|
Interest In our Children's
and Misses' Department,
as their growing feet n-M
tsr 6 h 3
up-to-date -/m YU
School /w A' v\
Shoe, JflCt Ij $ A
tn kid or Is*l fl ,*£ \\
Patent l/ti IS U
Leather / vi.. I \
Button V" T |
or Lace, J
We are showing a full
line of Holiday Slippers.
LEOPOLD ADI.ER. JNO. H DILLOX,
C. B. ELMS. BARRON CARTER,
Vice President. Ass! Cashtar
The Chatham Bank
Will he pieaseu to reci-lva the act-o.Bi
of Merchant*. Firms, Individual!, Belli,
Liberal favors extended.
Unsurpassed collection facilities inter.
In* rrompt returns.
SEPARATE SAVINGS OEPARTM£T
INTitfIKST CO.VIPOI NDKD QUAIiIU.
LY ON DEPOSITS.
Safety Dpo*lt Box** r 1 Vaults far
rant. Corraypondarc* aoll'ltad
The Citizens Bank
Traaaact* ■ General ttasklag
Solicits Arcouuti of IndlvlilßSlt,
Merchants, Hanks and ether Cere*,
Collections handled aalth sefetr.
economy sad dispatch
Interest, compounded quarterly,
alloaaed on deposits to oor tsriip
hnfely Deposit Boaes and lirrai*
IIHAJITUSY A. DENMARK. Prr.ldsaL
MILLS R. LANE, Vlee President.
riEOROB C. FREEMAN, Cashier.
OORDON L. ItRDOVEn, Asst. Cashier.
ol tits oie.e of Georg.*
> apltel *Sik!
Surplus and undivided profile ... •eoi.t**
DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE Of
Superior facilities for Iranractlr.r a
General bene in* Busin e
volleoilons made on all points
accestlble through banks and
Account* oTßatiklT Bankers. M'rcM"-*
end others solicited. Safe Deposit Bj*
Department of Savings, Interest payaw
Sells Sterling Exchange on Loud*
JOHN FLANNERY. Freetden'
HOHACfI A CRANE, Vice Presto*" 1 -
JAMES SULLIVAN. Cashier
JNO. FLANNERY. WM W GO**** 1 !.
E A WPJTI.. W W OORP°> J' l
H A CRANE JOHN M EO**!.
LEE ROY MYERS. JOSEPH
TI P SMART CHART.ES ET.LIS
EDWARD KELLY JOHN 1 KIRS*
Sill) Ml MSI
Accounta of banka, tnerehanta. c"rror*-
Ilona and Indlvidunla solicited
Savings Department, Interest petd < S' l *'
Safety Boxee and Storage Vaults
Collodions made on oil points at
Drafts sold on all the chief cities o
JOSEPH D. WEED. President
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice Prer
w f . McCauley. c*M* r - __
THE GERMANIA BANK
SAVANNAH. GA. £*>/,
Undivided profit* ,1— io cofP o'*’ 0 '*’
ThU bank offers Its mtvlomi to con-'
tlons. mer-hanla and lndlvtdMM
Has authority to act as ei*ui
mintatrator. xuardian. ec c .,|a i"
issues drafts on theG* on th*
Great Britain and Ireland m
Intermt paid or
on ilopoait* In the Savings I f>
Safety hoxas for rent
HENRY BLTN PresldcrD u,nl
(lEO W TIEDEMAN Vice FT*
JOHN M HOGAN. OasMW;
WALTER P. HOGAN. A *
IF YOU WANT POOP
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