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field officers elected.
M UIK tIEITES WT OL
-OMX 4\D Rll H UDMh M %JOK.
H V ,.(inß of lle Line Officer* of the
I | r f Infontry Held After Drill
l oot Mglil-Utter From Mh|. H . 1,,
lira? *• of Ihr First Mat in lion De
ellnlng (he l.leulenunt Colnclr>
Willi H rinl-( #t|*l I*. \. fiorilott of
tlir o li lhnriir l.licht lnfnuir> Was
Tli*n Klrrlril-( apt. i . I*. Hlrliartl
mnn. f om•**!**rjt. W Elri’li-il
Mn Jor of ilm* Third lift lin I ton.
Ilerord* of the I'lrlil Ultli'rrt*
f c. A Gor*k>n of the Ctgh thorp**
I Infantry Ra* electc i lieutenant <'o’-
,r* of the First Infantry las* night at a
r of the line ofti<r? of the tone
ir..r>l jnd Tapt C 11. Richardson. .m
--rr • arv on the staff of Hu comnuniling
. iffteer. wnn elected maj>r of the Third
•r, Tha rr.-j.T .if both tli • .•>:
v id been foreraft by the Morning N iv*
T)'r mce*ing of the oltt ere vs is hld *if
ail th** rompmle-* of th First and
r \ Battalion* had finished their drill*,
-hat It did not begin tint 11 10;, o'clock
r - business brought before the offl or*
i rot require very much time, and be*
*,,?a 11 o'clock the meeting adjourned
r*ipt r F Giea-on of the Irish
r.-*e * presided, and the first buHlnc'*
a. i report. chairman of the •m
--r *• e that no’itJed M l W B <sr.r hi
. f the Firm Battalion f his election a*
i. r ant olonel of the regiment. C*:*t.
(, i?on Informed the offl-er* that *,e
e..sine'lee had waited upon MaJ. Gry-
M-n and that tne latter hid request.- 1
rr.e in w*nlch to consider the tender of
-*- | o*l in. A* he hud promised.’ a lr to -
* \ b in was received by the . unmit
•4 \ a*iday, and the letter was real
r. th meeting.
Maj. Gr-0.-on e .etter stated that he fed
#•1 ne co'.ld nor accept the lieutenant
omdey for m r- res*-* n than or..*, lb
t i he had never had an opportunity to
.iad>- with h. 5 batt.idon. and *;• .urei
n a . nance to demonstrate Ills fltne
te r% position os th- lieiitei.aut coi*
. i.. v Moreover, lie had l-• n!< • i>r
urn in command of the battalion, and
v' dto n malr longer at Its head It Is
ar r, gyidzailon of wiiich h* l - proud. and
e. e\pre‘?ed the hat|>f*j“tioii It guv him
i r.. oonn*' '-i with It His lener closed
uin an exp-•* Hoti . f hi.- ippr* <\ ul .ri of
t-e honor *u officers had done him In
e - t rg aim. o *. reiterated bis d* sir*
m a it with his bit to I lon
T'te d< .ration of the lieutenant
r!< skv vur ttc. epted by the offltvi
r tipon ‘’apt. J. M. Ungers of Cmpiin>
T.ed Gordon for the position. A
t ond w t tcii liiy forthcoming, a, i • •* t
< o r -ion vsa** l*cted.
(Jordn*s military career Iw* been
nie corl . Less than two y. irs igo he
w i < M-rge.int in the Georgia Hussars.
4- ! now he has leen informally elected
lb* iteuant < olonel of th* First Infantry
>*rfd-ably no such rapid promotion whs
*r mined hv an officer In the militia
t' 9 ~f' o ftho state lii the spring of
*v,-v ra.pt. f r* *rdon wis chosen from among
t e enlisted mei of the Georgia Hussars
t l '. be -aptaln of the Oglethone Light
L'entry, a committee of m* mb r- of t
1 ter command having nominated him
M * ability n* an organiser w is at n*e
> rr,'n*rr*ied, for it waa hut a matter of
e sf.nrt time before the company had its
r.p • m*nt of officer* and m enlis**i
p'r*r.fth of more than fifty men, tbrmgh
cr.'y fourteen wer* on the rolls when
f 'i' Gords ti assumed command. He is
r with officer* and men of the r-g-
Imerv and u i- safe to say th.it his eleva
tion to the lieutenant colonelcy will give
gegsral satisfaction. Huch. was rapt.
RT--s assurance when he nominated
pon thf ooncltMkNi <f the matter of
tb* li“uienant coi>ne} v. that of the v.i
rr.• mn) >iityof tne Third Batta.ion. .m
-ptised of the three out-of-town
f * regiment, was tnk-n up. Lb u# J
M Breyer of the Republican Blues i>omt
nating 'apr Ui'hat i>on. who had be. n
c a• ■-i by t.*- oA era of the Third
Battalion The precedent that ha* been
i owed :n the realm* nt was r. -ogriigtHl.
an 1 r.o oppo.dtion to rapt. Riohardaon
..rung. He was elected to th* iost
•I t. R chardson's military experience
w gainal principally from his menib* r
t p in the Oglethorpe Light Infantr\
If* rose in the comp my from private to
* r y , ant, then b coming eei'ond lieu
tenant For al*cut a year he was com
manding of the Ogbdhorpes, the
ap'a n nnd first lieutenant having r*
f. atd his ability a* a drill officer
'* '•* recognized a* exceptional Sene
t nv after hi* resignation of his com
n ■‘jen in the (igletliorjies he was ap
l*’ir*ed eotntnissary U|Min the staff of Col.
A R Lawton, and during the past m-a
--•on he * s in charge of the rifle prac
t * of the regiment Both a oomml#-
nr’* ard a* acting Inspector of rifle pra< -
t * i* rk w**- admirable.
were .'ippointcd to wait i|on
th*’ off, # r elected and notify them of
iheir choice by their brother nffi *.
* ir* Ole ison. Capt R-gerr and Lieut.
• T • Tyson of the Cade s will wait upon
< • Gordon while Capt. J T West of
t • Cadets. Lieut. Driver and Lieut. R
G T ;nno of Company It i*f the Savau
* ' Wduniecr Gua da will call upon MJ.
I hsrdson. Capt Gord will - a
the nomination, which will be confirm*
*• *h legal election that will be order* I
In <“ojrse of time, and it is thought Capt.
•vrdon will do likewhe.
T.e l*-etion of Capt. Gordon to the
* Jtetiant .olonelcv will leav* th* . ip
* " of Hi# Og|e(horpea vacant F.rst
L ejt. rant David C. Borrow is In line for
' a i ;? \v *1 j !.. i. • i • i
► trio company. Lieut. Barrow is not
• very r’opoWir with the of
t •• company, but all of them are con
" * and of his fitness for command
* vmg •11 admirable a successor imme-
at hat'd is thf only compensation
,K# v have .th* members feel, in the lo*
•* r excellent a captain as Cnpt. Gordon
B the desire r.f the offl a * cx-
I ma.lv filled, to have the legal election**
" la* sper.jilv Th'* li* Iten
*• onelcy will not really be vacant n
-* af'cr Col. T P 'Vylly has qualified f*i
' Bill colonelcy nnd b* en commls- on**-l.
s ahoritifu ot Atlanta to allow a tri;*W*
* ■ 'lon It is desired that the election
* ! olone;. iieuterart colonel and major
* h#ld at the same time, as a great deal
r * trouble would l av >idtd ther* by •■ 1
r h* restoration of th*- regiment
f, its r.•.mini condition of a full eomnle
m‘r* of field officer.** would be a cotn
i • 'd. There would be the additional
* '' ti'.L'ur i>t examination before \ e ?!* !•!
•Ramming hoard t •h* same time, which
* by means in-or-id* ruble.
' • HiC plan should | r \< acceptable to
* suthorltb ** at Atlanta, there is no
r**t* n why three months should not s if*
* r L*r the leg.il * * ctlon. the prepar-
II " n " f the candid:*'-' for com mis*-on
r ’b* r Mirniuat '*r, their examlmi ion
tis tr*nce of i •<*-r w>mml’i'n
the authc.rifies do to* consent, iher
• vetv probability t**c at least six
snorth* would le requi'ed f r the officers
* #, *t 1 • secure them cfnmi •** .nd the
*e; ment t re-eh eUs full mp em nt f
f, , l officers Col \Vt!!y - . mmlsslon
*eui| \ } ra n* and wittin the time first
tnrt.An**<|. but ‘’apt. (brdon would have
f wap another thr*l months <■;>!.
Rlehardson's comm to there t>e
lr P a va< anry already n the Third B it*
Villon, could be obtain**! alwut the satn
-out as that of Col. Willy.
To many a facr which nhould still h
smooth and fair Worry .lorsn't brin*
thrm Thrrr arr no carnt and anzirtirt
to lurrow thr faif Thry arr thr aigni
of physical suffering, graven by the hand
of I’aill. It la the aaddeat result of the
rr . liauji iijmii I) diaeasea which at-
Kr-SiC yfe.vßr feet the womanly
Sfc -fity" organs that they
write plainly the
WT - JTMO / ai! record of suf
f fering ou the (act
df and form. The skin
tiecomes sallow, the
W cheeks are sunken,
B-t-aT 1 flic eves look dull,
wj“\\ the ldy falls away.
* A SS\\ So woman whn
Ittft\ t’ k\ va ' ue s her health ot
/rm 1 K (>o, l looks should
I • & \ neglect to use I)r.
* • 'jnjk' 1 I’ierce's h’avorit*
fffiflg a l“res< ription for ilia
x raws of the worn
\l- \S' \. anly organs It
iMg > cures irregularity,
i < s i inflammation, uK r
\.,gk j at ion and female
Aft I weakness, tt lightl
i 1 A up the eve, bright
“ I | . ens the complexion,
1 ' an<l rounds out the
|„ 1 \ sunken curves of the
j v V u,,ly
ill \ \ ' I takr great plessurt
V \ 1 ,n r ** con '*®r"<lnK Rr.
\ \ Piercrt Favorite pre
1 acrtplion for female
weakness writr% Mra.
Susannah permentrr of Shelby Cos .
Tetav " I w.y trou led with bearing down
pain* in my l*at k and hipa ti year*, and 1 wrote
'• ad rice I tried hi Pavonte
Prescription ind nx bottle* exited me t feel
like .i new prt<*>n and I thank Dr Pierce for
mv health i.ite i a burden to any one without
health I have told a yreat many of my friends
about the great medicine* I took •
Dr Pierce’s Common Sense Medical
Adviser, Icjoß psiges. aent free on receipt
of stamp* to pay <-ost of mailing ohiy.
Send 21 >ue-ceut stamp* for cov
ered lx>ok. or g cent* for clotn. Ad-
It I)r. R V Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
2l\ III.PORK RFCOKOER.
Goldie '*now hot thirty Itayn In .101 l
There wa* a .ma) er number ot prison
er* In the Court yesterday
than 1* u*u il only twenty-three having
been brought In since Saturday morning.
A. .1 Bryan, whit**. arr***ed Satu day,
charged by Kfe |e Coffee wilh having
i' -i a! ie*l hn*l threatenesl t* kt I her,
got a aent* n •’ of 110 or fifteen days.
Br> n tr* man that was taken quito
-1 k S tut lay night and claimed that he
hu l In * n poleone*).
G*Mic Sle w wfilf- woman Whoee un
f *rtuna** p op* -Ity f*r drink nvikea her
a frvquent prl-otier in the Recouler'a
Cou. :. w.* up -aln on the usual charge,
ind was senten*'*l to thirty day* In Jail.
Th** • *e '*f Cap Harp, the negro
blacksmith, charged with assaultlfig Uz*
x Ju> k.son with n hammer Saturday
night, was continuel.
Sylvia Jei:kin> and Mary Harold two
colored women, charged with lunacy,
w-r* rennir <!-■*! to the Ordinary’* Court,
ind lat<-r *inimßted to jail to await an
Inquiry into their cases.
There were nine arrests at the barracks
up to midn ght, but no one of any par
ticular interest except Joe Flanrmgan.
while, who w i put out of the Royal Mu
si • Hail for leing drunk and disorderly
and afterword, when arrested bv Patrol
man Mer h.spr. r* *:ted and fought the
iffloer lie will have to answer to both
rg*- wh'-n brought before the Re
corder thl* morning.
ro \ i s ll * it ißUurroN wjuu i it
Talk of (termaa-Irlßh Trip “Over
Home** on *t. Patrick's Bay.
At an Informal meeting of the county
b-ard A o. II a day or two ago, at
taiKled by other members of the associa
tion. th*- matter of visiting Charles*on.
j*. c . Bt. Patrick's day, March 17. 19M,
which fall* on Sunday, w.- Informally
1 It ha* been currently rumored
that the A. O. II Irish Volunteers and
the G* rman Fu-U*er* of Charle>ton had
and , i*l*<l to extend an invitation to tne
A. O. 11. Irish Jasper Greens and Ger
man Volunteers to come "over home''
I celeb* a *• St. Patrl k's day. The plan
Is to charter the steamer Pilot Boy. her
a ummodatlons for passengers being W.
tn tike tin* party from Siv.uinah ro
Charleston, having her** about R |>. m
Saturday, reaching Charleston at f* a. m
Sunday. an*l h aving Charleston at R p m.
Sundiv and reaching Svannuh ut a.
ni Monday, possibly sooner, as with fair
wei'her. It I* said the steamer could
make the trip In ten hour*, the distance
from bar to bar being *>nly sixty mile*,
the difference in time lelng consumed in
going from Savannah to the bar and from
Charleston bar to the city.
Should the plana materialise It woull
b. .m *ld ,*• tale to witness the Ger
man* and Irishmen celebrating St. Pat
THE V. II 11. A.'Jl INDOOR PICNIC.
Wnm Held last Night • Mwaonlc
Hull, mid Proved a Great Noceeaa.
The Y M 11. A. scored t hit Inst night
with its Indoor picnic. Th** affair wa* a
leclded novelty. Masonic Hall was
overed with greens, ferns. rt> while at
. very turn were hammock*, swings. e n i,
nnd ahady nook*. There w.re walks to
the lake, boathouie. and fishing |ond.
h walk having placard at the head
of it. The portion of the hall most pi
tror.izM was "Cooing Grove." walk
1 ailing from the hall a ross the stage
in<l made up of an archway covered by
hanging greens: the background be.n*
form* !of m gnlflcent palm*. The elec
ri- light* were subdin'd giving to the
wMoh I'h* moonlight effect
Th pr ■ .pints were in regulation plc
m . ustumr and thoroughly enjoyed them
iV( \i n o'clock lunch haskera were
~~, .. and quickly emptied.
Tpf* i*ion s Indebted to Miss Ada
Fhrl ch wh" planned and supervised the
ir , <; ,j -orat.ng of the hall.
f)Ot Tolls MEETING POSPONRO.
Pan- %me r lean Medical Conner*.. Not
t( Meet I otll February.
The third Pan-American Congress, which
was unnoun ed for Havana the latter part
of thl.- month, ho. *<n postponed until
February, on act*unt of Ihe prevalence
of vi !■> fever In the Cuban city Df
j |... a ton lliei>. who I- H member of th.
Auxltl.iry I'omralt'ee of the Conareat. re
."• iv..! letter yeeienlar from l>t IVamon
Gullerna. associate secretary, notifying
him of 'h- postponement
Ii Outlet t ,etter Mat-. 1 thot while
lino. is lU'le f-ni of fever lurlna the
, r • r , ..|onnl meeitna. th* re are .till a
-min iiiiir. >er of -e-. and is It a*
~•.| that It might delta.-' from Ihe r-P-
A -ntatlon from thi- .-<.ut try. the rutwri
ore inlaatton Commit e> ile -l.leil to
iif me.-tlng until February. tne
p, , . tat to be named later l>r Gui
t. ras States that the MHVes* of the meet-
Its Is i-Mired. s more than 1> paiwrs
t! "m rhls country ate already In hand
,r.l over - s -t .I- h aiites have signified Ihelr
intention of In-lng pre-ent
A ttlh-Gr.de Jnslituilon for I.a.llea-
Shorter College. 4ome, Ua. Writ# for
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY. DECEMBER 11. WOOL
THEIR CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY.
M 11001. * MiI.BRIAN Mil l GET
TH RU tt n%Yb Till* YEAR.
Thr < nlrndnr Urn In Their Fa*or
and thr Hoard *all Not i'lgurr
Out a Mtorfrr \ araGttti Opmlna
of Thlrt>*Ellt Ntrrrt Xclmal to
Hr Madr a Pnhllo Kami —% I’n*-
Krn in 111 r to Hr %rrann,*'d and i ll)
and County official* and Grand
•luryntrn to Hr Invltrd—-School
Mill Probably Hr Oprnrd Next
Mon 11 Soair Bla*naalitn *f llrnt-
Ing Agrrrmrnt With Icmlray
1 ruafera, litil thr Mlnatra Ndopf*
The chtldrcn of the public schools will
h.ivs x longer vn at lon than usual this
ycar for the Christmas holidays The
Board of Ednai'ton at tts meeting last
night, decided ro close the school* !>ca'
21 and rroosn them Jan 2. thus gulng
a holiday ol neaily two week*
Ttie unusual libera lit > of th*' hoard in
th* matter of the Christmas va*-ati.>n in*
•ua due to any desire on the part of th**
members to urwiuly lengthen thr h<dllAY*
for the children, but wi* slmidy male
nevssary by the exigen*'les of the cas*
Friday, Dec. 31. closes th* third school
week of the m>nth The following Mon
day is De*' 24. or Christmas Bve. and it
w. realized thnt little could be a*--
• anpllshed by hiinging the children ha-k
on that day t'nd* r ordinary *in uni
stances the achooi* would resume their
work on the following Moislay. but a*
thl* hapd*ns to be New Years Eve. and
as New Year I* a sch*. I holid iy. r.o
witlsfoctory result* could lv *xpe*Nel
from holding school on that day Hem
it was decided that t ie school* should
remain closed until Wedn* *lav Jaii 2
when work may le resumed without In
terruptlon 1 is th* peculiar comMnu
tion of date**- arcl holiday* w itch give* *
longer Christmas vacation than usual.
<l It is the ctuendar th** children have
to thank and not the hoard
It was re|w>riM th the Thirty-Eighth
Btreet Bch ( ol was nearly in readiness for
opening. Th s will probably take place
some time in January It was decided to
make the opening of the new senool *tpub
lic affair and the pr sident and the Com
mite* on School H>uses were reque:*!' 1
to fix a dat* and arrange a programme
for the opening It w* further decided
that spevtal invnotion* to b*- present
siKtuld be extended to the Judges of the
court* the M IV. i and aldermet . the
County Commi I'oners. he •1* rgy and
th* members of the grand Juries. This
action sos token on motion of Capt. H< n
Capt Blun also moved that the super
intendent be *d to report -*t ihe
next meeting ;• plan for opening the Thlr
ty-K*ghth Street Bchoo4 for school pur
|)o*m *. This. wt* also adopt'd. The time
of the board, in fact was largely occu
pied In discussing mailers more or less
connected with the new* school, m '-t *f
the qlies*ion* raised being finally referred
to Superintendent Ashmore to b- eim
lued into and r* i>orte<l upon at the next
Bupt. Ashmore. In hW report to the
board, stated that he had taken a census
of th** children now In attendance upon
the Henry and Anderson Street School*
whose home* or** south of Anderson street
These are In addition to those children
south of Anderson street who#* names #•'*
on the waiting list The superintendent
suggested that most of the present press
ure upon the schools could be relieve *1
by organising two ■* four cla*-* 1 * at the
Thirty-eighth Street School.
The superintendent reported that he had
on hand desks and other furniture suffi
cient for M 7 scholars. On motion
of Col Estiu he was Instructed
to purchase desk* for 2fJ more,
which will Ik* sufficient t* complete th*-
equipment of the new school.
The reading of the minute* of the last
regular meeting ard those of the several
special meeting** held to consider th-*
several propositions nd agreement* with
the trustees of Chatham Aea l**tny re
garding the rebuilding of th* burned |w>i
tlon of the Academy an-l th* leasing of
the building to the B ard of Education.
iroiight forth constdemble and * Mission as
to the propose 1 renting *ch‘me. The
minute* were oonffrmed. however
The committee to which was referred
the resolution for the erection of tern
porary wooden structur* * on the Chatham
Academy ground* for school purpos***.
reported that the l rd ha*l no fund>
with which to carry out thl* suggestion,
and the report was adopted
A resolution to sell twenty shares of
the Southwestern Railroad -rock held by
the board aid to turn the proceeds into
the treasury, was referred to the Finance
Committee with Instruction* to report
back to the board The president was au
thorized to maKi* •* loan to meet th
obligations of the board.
at the theytbr.
Mabel Talae's Ea**eiuent %aspl
Mabel Tain*, the popular littie favorite,
supported by the Southern Stock Compa
ny*. opened a week’s engagement at the
Theater last night to • fairly good sl***l
Matwl Falx- ha* *l*r* b*-n a favortt-
In (tavannah aiwl from thr- ai>(latt-r that
*n- r*v-lv4<l It Is -vt.t-nt that -h- ha* not
lost favor. Hhr I* a .-l-vrr llttlr a<trr
anl ln*vr aral played hrr rola wtiti ahll-
Vh bill wa* "Th- Captuin’* Mat-." a
four-art com-dy-drama, which waa -x
--••>—llttKly wall Kn- Th- company ta w-U
latlanc—l and on an av-ram '!“• '**•*-*
ela* of rp-rtolr- ot*ar.l*atlon*
Th- p-<taltt-it -r- <)UI- a f-attir-.
Miss Fata- tutit s-v-rul con** and th-r
--u. a v-ry Root mono!oxut*t. w ho— *a*s
w-rr not -ntlr-.y a*-d Th- jtiKKl-r. who—
name did not -ipi>-ar <>n th- pronramm-.
wa* -xtr-m-ly d-v-r tn hi- work-
Ja-k * Bw—thwart'* will b- th- mall
bill and to-nlsht "The I'rlconer of
Aittl-rs" will h- produced.
••ft.irhara Frltrhi<" with Mi** Klll-r
vs Itarbara will h- pr-aent-d by Chari-*
Frohman to-morn w nlxhf Thl* I* Clyde
Fitch* war tday which mad- a delight
ful o-nration In New York lost *-aon
on th- 0.-ca*i'>n of K* pro.lu.tlon th-r<-
I! was found to h- .1 h-autlfti:. unc.Niviii
! lona I piece. ttrrtii*. patriotic and ro
mantic, amt It prewented th"- heroln
cc|-lirn-d t v Whittier In hi* f.unou*
"Harh.ira FrteU-hle" po< m, not a* a la-nt
and white tialrrd old woman, hut a* a
charming. xl.*w na. l-'r-d-rlckatown mal
i|,-ti. w ho— Roltlcn h* art wa* xlvrn tn .
Ffdtral ofTlcer. and who— lov- stir,
mounted motional bittern-** and harr-d.
and h-l l loyally to her brave hero in
blue ev-n up to he hour if death Mr
Fitch told hi* atoiy *0 delightfully, and
•he acltn* wa* *0 *uperh. that the play
wa* an acknowl-ded triumph mi It*
tlr*t nlxht at the CTlter.on Th-ater. and
It k-nt th- hou*- crowded to he doora
for over ISO performance*
Th- appearance of Ml** Kll*l-r In th
rob- of Barbara alve* a*-iranc- that th-
I ■„v will have a ch.irmlnx an.l most
satl*f- torv heroin- M -* Kllsl-r's nam-
N wreathed wlin |.le,.s .nt m-mor..-a. an I
h-r gr-at—st suci--s*c-s are Id-nllH-d with
sweet and lovah -a hracier.
• •mlarlnr. ..lt.a in < oha.
Miami. Fla. lx*' 1" Th- Fonductors*
Assuran— A**oclatlon, which r—rnt ty
h-'d Its annual convention lit K.insa* t’lty.
and l tc. irlng ihe South a* th- guest* of
th- railroad* spent the day h-r- Tiny
left to-night for Tampa, where they em
lauk for Key West and Havana.
Duiiy s uirts v/uiiMimpiion.
NO FUSEL OIL.
irT” V BETTF It WI.T
ih* —ring from F-a-a*. My *l*t-r k*'
h-r* there 12 year* ago. an.! It I* a* B.**l
* i.ew now. and *tia and h-r hu 'as 1 . 1
have t.—v lii.-ky -v--r sine- Th- num
ber of mv rtng-r I* k'. Hair. J-w-.ry
and Shaving Supply House. Is Ku*t
Broughton. Th- pi. - wh-re hair plati
num old gold old silver and old coin* ar*
'ak-ai as .aeh. mat! ..rd-r- for birthday,
w-dating and fltratmas present* promt' ly
' AnVKRTISF.MKNTS FFT IN <*Al*
ITAI> WII.I. BE PRINTED IN* ri.AS
81 FI KD ABVERTISEM KNT FOI.FMN
FOB TWO <*p:nts A WORD NO Al>
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR U£SB
KEKOHt NGA CO, CORNER WIIIT
ak-r and liberty *tre-t*. h-ailquarter* for
Ohlnes.- and Japan-*- fam-y k.ols, t-a*.
etc. at low prl Orirnial and *lhirkl*h
ornatnantn below cost price. Come and
GO TO JOS. II RAKE!! IN MARKET,
for fin- meats, poultry, game, brain*,
sweetbread, tripe. ‘Phone 22*.
TOP WII.I. I.IKi: TIIF. MII.K FROM
Sprlnglleld Dairy. IF* rich and pure, try
HOI.IDAV HI US. OAR PETS I*OP
tleres. la--e curtain*, and a thou*aml ami
one article* to Kl.ei-ten tho good wife *
heart. <*. I*. Miller, agent.
HYACINTH ANI NARCISSI’S BFI.PH
palm*, rubber plants, cut flower* arid
floral d-Htgn* from Oelw-htg * Nursery.
ot>p.wlte Catholic Cemetery. J tJardner,
ag-nl. 12 Rroughttm 01 reel. eaat.
m .KG ANT BKDRtHSM FIRNITPRi:
dining n*>m furnliure china rlo*ctn, sl.-
v-r .a>- siilelKiard* buffet*. mtrror-d>.r
wardrohe*. et our tnmi-iie- *to< k mu-t
b- *—n 10 be apt!re.’|ate<l. C P. .Mllbt,
CHOICE'LINE OF Fll.l/dv AND
cotihler seat rocker* for the h -11 lay*. At
Tee plea Sl7 Rroughton. we-t.
1 AM NOW I .COATED AT 414 W’F.ST
Rroughton. ring up 11*4 If you warn to
have your furniture moved or packed for
shipment or storage, I guarantee prices
the same at 1 do the work that's given
to me A 8. Grlftt. , 414 Broughton street,
west; mattresses made to order
MGILLIS* I.AOR CURTAINS WILL
beautify your parlor.
KENSINGTON FARM MILK IS I'N
rurpaseed for richness; delivery la per
f. ct; phone. 2245
IP ITS RI GS YOU WANT YOtT CAN
gel them cheaper from McGlill*
OILT CHAIRS. TAHLHB. COUCHED,
coxy corners, reception chairs, l-.ilh-r
chairs; an Immense assortment at rea
sonable prl-e*. C P. Miller, agent.
WHEN YOF SEK M GILLIS' BIXTT-
Inch 99-c-ni rugs, you will buy them.
Just can't help It. wrtll sell In r.ny quan
TEBPI.E IS SHOWING A NICE LINK
of carpets, matting rugs, shade*. Ino
leum; cheapest In town
"FURNITPRE MOVED WITH CARE."
Is a specialty with McGlltls.
IMMENSE LINE OK RATTAN ROOK
en* from SI 4X up to Silt. C, P. Miller,
KIMIJALL S A NTI~~R IIEPMATD*
ring every rheumatic ought 10 wear. J.
Gardner, agent. 12 Broughton streei, east.
M GILLIS IS CHEAT ON RI GS. NETS,
lace curtains, hammock*, water cooler*,
pl ows picture*, stole*, b-droom suits,
and furniture of every description.
MILLERS HOLIDAY GIFTS FOR
brother* ond other fellows' hro4h-rw
you will have to call and examine our
Immense fine in onler 10 thoroughly op
ine- late the subject. C. P. Miller,
FOR A PRETTY BEDROOM BEIT
parlor and dining-room furniture, tot
should go to T—ple's.
KENBINOTON FARM IH on an
elevation In the couo'ry. free from city
drainage Impossible for ml kto become
contaminated, by Impure odors; If you
want pure Jersey ro Ik. phone 2J4A De
livery prompt; satisfaction guaranteed.
MGILLIS MOVES PACKS SHIPS
and store* piano# and furniture; beat work
only no ' Cheap-John" prices—no "Cbaup-
CANARY BIRDS GOLD FISH WA
ter gnnes bone flour at 12 Rroughton
MILLERS HOLIDAY GIFTS FOR
sisters and other fellows' *ltsrs; toiler
table*, indies' desks chiffoniers picture*
o’ all kinds, come and e— us w- will help
yarn out *. P. Miller, agent.
M’GILLIB SELLS H!XTY-IN<*II RUGS
—Smyrna palt-rns—for 94 cent*.
TEEPI.E PAN SAVE TOP MON '.T ON
stove*. *t—l range*, oil h-ater* and hot
stuff heat-r* .117 Broughton, wcat.
MILLER'S HOLIDAY GIFTS FOII
children; dolls ami toy* of every descrip
tion. chairs, baby- carriages g*>-cart*.
vcloa-ll—dew. trFyeles. expree* wagons, |.,-
trol wagon* P Miller agent
OLD NEWSPAPERS. 3W> for 25 cents, at
Bu*lnsfs Office Morning News.
PHOTOOH 11*11 V.
FINEST PHOTOS. MOST REASON*
able prices; one with each b 1 n c.ibl
neis mounte<l on a lovely Xma and N-w
Year* card; I am making #p ctal tun
on crayon past-1 and watercolor In hu d
somc frames at vety lo* pel c to h
holiday*; a fine piea-nt —mv -<gan
line of frames, etc. Wilson's Studio, 41
Full KMT— ROOMS.
Fi R RKN'UTHIuTirNIEKThINNKGTL
Hue room*, water and sink, larotry. priv
ilege of both rent sa. 412 Hull street. eal.
ND 1.1. Y I I RNISIIED Rin.Vl
southern exprjsure; all convenience*, jo*
Barnard street, near Liberty.
I’ettnyrox al Bill** art Ihu hfW. ftiff, rf
I ail. Tak* i n** Ii si imr<*
for par ti. iii-ii "IMuJ f.*r in
Irttn i> rri.trn mail Ask v<Mir drug|M.
* 'fiii’h* i lif’iui..l t•. lil i.lu . H.
i<\\ ANi: YoBK I KCT? IK Yoi'll
I • ira l * . .ii ai.ii
will givr \ou f. 1 curt Ingroau c
n.i I mria at.al all dUra r** <*f ihr fr#i
a .tlio il |>i|. . hais.r-4 rt iR- na 1a; mn
ftv* liir ins r*f' mu *** In lii# tlty; im
i **nfr tra*i <l i r>'i.|fi c*. onler* n
hr |rft at LlvinKPton'a <lruif mo?a. Bull
aiul ' ofigr• is trlrp'totie 2M. Lem
Davh mi■ .'r in * t iimi>oilibi
in ir %\ mi i—ur.
GOOD WIIIII I:\KBIJK AITI.Y OKI
wrifr to J ll* in***’ man, I- ik** < *tf v. Kla
W ANTi:i. MAN UIKU FOB IN'HTAU,
m* nt furnffurr fiou>•*. mu* h* ihurough n
n* • must min.* a. il lmlm-.tl m t
Phamet' i .<iul ibllity, iRHi.I al •* r#*quir"l.
‘alfr\ |1 jmi annually. A F. i'.. rair
Murning Nr or*.
HAIsEB>U: # N WANTRD To HUM, OUR
K •*oil*i by Rzniplr lo a holtulf nii'l rrtml
trail** r *rr *iir !air* nu.i only man
ufacliirara in our line in thr w<rhl. lih* *a‘
*lary pal*l Al<!r'*.-R t cn I**a Mfx Cos..
ffflcr, Board of Tradr Bui.<iing. Savan
mi i I' \v miii.k.
If - A WOMAN IN -
l. |?rnrrai tiouoe*eork. A|4*ly at 537 Karl
WANTKB. It KB! AII I,K NT’RSFi. Ap
ply ufterit'kii, 110 I !•*! DufT>
A Nl’ftMK WANTFID. WEBB Rl9T
>mm* iuh-1. n* ih#t ' nerl apply.
Jon* r, •*.> •
ADVBRTISf MFNTH HF.t Yn CAP
ITAIdK AYIBB PK PIUNTKD IN CDAS
HTPIKD A!'VK!tT!HHM KNT COBI’MN
FOB TW O rKNTO A WORD NO AD
VFRTIff K M K.VT TAKBN FOR BBSS
U % >TKI>.
with iiH44 hath; rrutunat'l*. Grarx**, Nrar*.
\\ iMT.h-Miu r.itUAnii fi.
firth, dlrf, sand, matuirr. rir fro* of
riiarar. Jim! ai rliy lImIC. haulln*: over
hard road write or t*-!rphnA Brown
Br*> . * oiuer Anrier noii and Kuk( Bn*td
IF TOP WANT GOOD MILK. GET IT
from Springfield Dairy, It s rich, pure and
ADVERTISEMENTS BTT IN CAT
ITAIS WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTB A WORD NO AD-
V KRTIHKMKNT TAKEN FOR BUSS
Fl,%tx Fun i< i;vr.
TO BBT. A NV 7
f four Hi wil ii'# of l*nih. a
young marrird couid** preferred; excellent
neighborhood; r monabl'* price; ununual
unit v. A J*lr • opfMjnunity, care
Morning X* w affiee.
FOR It KNT, v'uMFuRTAJiLE IIOUBK
No 217 Waidburg •lirei, ram. btiatsti
Aberoorn and Unroln. flrii-dxn order
and condition: every ronvenlenr* Rlcht
ran* to right tenant. Estate ffalooion
Cohan. Waal Proud *r l Broughton tr*>eia.
FOR R KNT, 221 DIFFY HTRKKT.
ea.-t. n new hou* . gas. electric light,
porcelain tub and .-ill <'onv nlen< e*. Ap
ply Jlu Jlrynn Mrect. we>*t.
FOR RKNT. WHODH YlOtTflfC OR
ta floor?* wiili iijm- of rang*- n*-*r Plant
By Mem. <*all at Plant Hyetem K-mou
FOR RKNT. THAT DKHIRABBK HKH
tdanci No. 3<i Oghthorpe avenue, we*t,
near Rarnard. immediate po*?e:*j*ion. Ap
">OR RKNT. RKVKRAB DKRIRARDjK
r**aklenre, thoroughly renovated. Appfy
A VVylly, .igert. \2 Bryan street, tmwt
i tin Hin r—kToiiKx.
TvTTTkV U D 1 GVKBrJNrT
34 Wail Boundary, he.-f -'and In Y mi
rraw Apply t* It F flag horn, llu Bry
an •tree!. *aM.
I (HI IllAi-HIV I I I, % M.ul H.
BAHGK WAUKIIoI 8K AND OFFICK
FOR RKNT CORN Kll BRt M'OIITON
and wi;ht broad htrkktu. for-
MKRBY OCCI’PIKD BY TUB SAVAN
NAH carriage and wagon CO. H
FOR RKNT. ON THE OOF EC II BE
road, betwrtn three an<l four-mlla
(trolley car* nearly lo two mile po-d* ln|
in |olk from or e a* ra la one hundred,
name can b* b -ught If large or amall lot a
on ea*y term*. C H fora*H.
ADVKRTISFeMENTS SET IN CAP
ITA!# WIBB BE PR!NTi:D IN CBA*
HIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COBt'MN
pon TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISI MENT TAKEN FOR BKSS
Foil Hlsl -III: %ls MTITK.
AUYblt) uihAihMii HKT IN CAP
ITALS WIBB BE PUINTKD IN CBArf
ft JPI ED AIV Eli iI.SE MK N T C'O LU M N
poll TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKWN FOR LESS
TH AN •
P>R SA BE IW KB! .1 Nt S STORE AN D
two Jan • lot* Barn ant nd 111)1 etreeta;
line it)V* * fm*nt J R. Cain, lloarv! Trail#*
FOR ft ABE THOSE T.OTB ON NINTH
•treet. near Kail Broad; have only been
•old to ftr-f I.*- |>art!. who will make
gteel ndghliors. **r*l n'n* others can buy.
The term* are ver> * -*ay. and they *fa
cae.iper than any other# In ihe vlcloity.
C- 11. Dorsatt.
FOR am-RMI. BAT A TV.
FOR SAM A laT FOR TWO HtTN
dre*! dt>llan r*> term*. t>r> Ninth atreet,
near Past Brood; no city (a tat ion. C. M.
FOR %KF l/>TS ON NINTH RTRFFT
near !’• Broad no cil> laxee. it 120 h
e*f i taunt* rive do.let a < a i. ami eny
n.onthß payment* <’ || !mr*et(.
FOR US BP. Bo PR (N NINTH NEAR
Eaat Broad a* each a ill eoott
be advanced " i ft n ! oti a ,nt ha** been
|Mul for I m afr it g.i *o g l a home
built. C II Dora* It
“TIMBER. TIES NND WOftß FOR
OSe ♦*. aerrg, nt Seaboard Air Bine
Railroad i**it reven> Mve mlle from
Savannah. anl will ut about aa followp
f4*et mil! timber. Vt,ril> crnaflrx.
w'o.*il lirntet'tn, Pemlig x
i*> . Brunswick Ga.
11l SfDENCE AND Bt 181 ING I.OTS
for Ml all over th# rlly. Robert II
Tiitem. rel ratal* dealer. No. 7 Turk
\ I VI Ii and Ml NTS SET IN
IT Al J 4 WII.I. nw PRINTED IN CBNft
HI K\ ERTISEMKNT COLUMN
FOR TWii *i:\Tß A WORD no AD
V ERTISI MENT TAKEN FOR LESS
TH AN SO’
l 01l a % I I —%||* fr*l |.4\ml ft.
A IT vMP i*l ll SZOIN
Hi m bn > tiap an ! rough akin gi\*n in
any lnl\ ailing at TVm#*'a drug *i*'r'o.
llenrj a ll l Ainu orn, Ta> *i mil Whtta
II YOP VH Hop TWO BUNGS BEET.
S*'v R**m will *tir' UMir cough a tlEr
hotlh> gum iiv-4 4| to cur* *r nnmey re
futiib •! IVr • •11ug - tor* •
HORSES lI*IISES AND MI'BPS \T
un'tioti lit* *•I i \ next at \<>ong)i\e A
Si|Hl* s righlt <tn#• arload cheap Inna a,
> • a i it* i4 fi • 111 * aork hurt** a 111
and wT to .’ ♦ ii 1 thl* aaU
TX 'PEW Ri l l :RS. r. < AEIGR APIIS.
|l. each, in 1 .-t | 4i -h. in No ♦. Bar
•llghtl> “hop worn, trual price flui a**h
r.i h >h pi** I for tri*. free. Now ,an
>ou iiffoi.l . !*• I•* ilnil til** lime* h\ ***n
tlnulng to mo the pen ' P S Webster
Cos. .11* Hr ■•adwgy. N w York
111 ‘ft IN ESH OPIMItTI NITT, HAK
e* y <-ombln*4l with ‘ inn* fruit* ami gro
• • rl* s for . k al a' a- a rlfi e in one of the
!• t town ,n South •* rgla. for |artlc*
ii ar* *i ldre*>4 s. K B. M . ear** Mottling
C<)WS WITH VOI NffrAßVEft” FOR
fair t'a.l 471 Weal Boundary treet, are
IOR S ABE ONE Ml I*E AND IIAR
(•* * and truck. Apply B reven lloitHe
FIRE PflOOr RAPES WB CARRY A
fine line of fire proof wafrn In efot'k al ill
time* The partiee an pee exactly ah#'
they are gettaig • Mir price* are aa low
a* mamifa- lurera a*‘l! tl with freight akl
ed Parties lnteraa:ed, who wlnh a g*.t
fire priM>f aaf*’. all* *li well b> irioje.i
our •(<•> k Blppman Broa . Blppman
14.** k ag# nta for maniCaclurern.
TURPENTINE LOf’ATTON FOR
gal*'. 1* crop* ftrat yrar box ex; B’nft* „ ra*
round timber at tl 6ft par cre. F* par
thouaand boxe* f.r laiw t iiftiht; t?
of timi** r to b got n five mil* aof r.i|l
road; will give poaea> lin n* w or at end
of *eaon Aldi*aa Huut.d Timber, cara
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITALS WIBB HR PRINTED IN OBAft
SI FI ED ADVERTISEMENT COBUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AD
VERTISI MENT TAKEN FOR BKSft
ion on For a ii.
I.OHT HI NDAY AFTERNOON FROM
St John ** Chur* li. whit* and Me k fox
terrier, name * Mia** Jim, ri*und. block
•*p<a in middle f head. Klberal reward.
BiST FOUR KEYS (IN* RINOT (’ON
grc-H Im‘|weei Hul. nnd Whitaker. Whit
aker Between ( oiigr- ea nul State. Re
turn t 3fR Barnard atreet atul receive re
tahl* board all Joneg atreet. east.
BRIGHT PLEASANT ROOMS WITH
hoard, private family, defgcable B'ailon
2d7 cbarium atreet, went
111 ai\i:at iiiik kr,
"XD ; rEHTTsHM i7?TTS CaT
IT A lift WILL HE PRINTED IN CEA
BIFHSD ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO * i NTS a WORD NO AD
V ERTISEM KNT TAKEN FOR LESS
ERfl. AleSO GRATES AND PARTS
PUTIN AND REPAIRED P II K IKK
NAN, 10 STATE STREET. WERT.
WE CAN REPAIR ANY STOVE
made all work done by experienced
workmen and guaranteed; will tak** your
ohi *iove tn ex. uanirc on anew on A
C. Price A f V*.. State and Jcffcrvon
atreeta; 'phonea HTA*.
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
newer p|p>*. fir* brb k, fir* oly, .l an i
varnlalieg give un a call Adama Paint
DON'T TROUBLE YOURSELF ABOUT
moving your furniture, relaying your car
pets or matting Perry A Benton will re
lieve you of all that trouble.
OUR GERMAN READY MIXED
paint D gold under a giiirantee, have your
house p*lnt**d with it. A'l.imn Paint Com
RING UP *7*. GEORGIA OR BELL
'phones, for gih m intels. chimneyg. etc.;
wa vi ll nastaka, N, A 3D, tt
an I IB cent#. A C. Prl©e A Cos. Slate ant
MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED CENTS
In every d>llnr of your hard-earned hard
rah at the Southern Grocery Company.
11l Rarnnrd street.
PERRY A‘B BN TON W STATE
•treet. writ, will move pack, whip or store
your furniture at abort notice; g|o ren
ovate your 011 mattrenaee at IMtia cost.
Hell ’phone 1124
WANTED. ONE THOUSAND HUN
gry people at the Southern Grocery Com
peny. Ml fhrnard etreet
A FULL LINE OF ORATES JUST
re elved wi aell any of the eeps r a<*
fktrts. Alnm*- IVilf-t Company, 10i O'fi
gre** at reef, went.
DON'T FAIL To SEE OUR LINE OF
bathtub-, they are up to date; ^*‘lmateg
f nl ed k: * I ■ t
phimMlng w rk A C Price A Cos., State
and JeS<*rac*n gtreeta; 'phones A f A.
advwrtisements SET TN CAP
ITA IjS WILE BE PRINTED IN CBAS
ft IF! ED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VKRTIBUMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
igJBl Young Men
Il l^*'our^r,c '^ c * l
pI CHMON D W .
"BUSINESS f/(/mnnaAoa t
Al'crinx xt.t; Krri xr, nm.
NEW PIANOS AT AUCTraST
TT.9 I 1-14 14111 T4t,
r. H. IHWW.TT, 4t.rtl.Mwr,
Will .ell on WEDNESDAY. iJth, laL,
at 11 e m., at 22 (Yzifrnw west:
I>n new Upright Iharoa. full ortaw%
with end without kftandotin and Trowelg
Thee Inatrumente have Just heeei re
reived dlr**rt frv>m tho nan*ifa -turera. and
•re bing gokl in thffc war to im-oduoa
• hem In tMa cnmmunlty.
Thev are of r>-markable sweet tone. In
beautiful cor eg, and wW be for Is*
*h •* Hnn (up talnu on Monday awl ,'xer.
•lav and the hv of *ale Thl* tg a a|4SW.
*lll • harv>* to perure a gnod tr **ruvn#eig,
an*l we gk only that thefr merits be ftn
•'II AT 11A M S fTuimG'TT?^
STATE OP GEORGIA. CHATHAM
COUNTY Under and by virtue of •(1 fe.
lr * ued tut *f Chatham Sui>erw>r Court tn
ftnor f Burra -and Klnpfer va Emit a
f nil if I have |rv!ai upon the following
‘itbed property of th** defendant to
S*ven *Ti Iy*'4 of land known In plan
of aubdtv m of farm )nl eight fA> and
mi •' (A* M*i t\t >ng per* *4 vs I ward.
ff*MShw*- <>f *h- *• of Savannah, drawn
b\ V. .1 Thom *8 \ Ml engineer, on July
Nth ity* known .s In*# (w*i> (2 and four
(4i Blink * !f v (‘.I eight (S> and ten
dm Black S lot- i- lv> md fourteen (ID
and (14). BUf'k y • l.t e|e\ *n and
thirteen fID ond (' i Bln k D t*Hng |*arte
of lvte gtx (fti nd tc*i (|(>) Third 'ythlng,
Angnn ward Haiti almve •I rrlbed prat' -
ertv being altuate lying a- 1 b. tug In the
county of Chatham and van- of GeorgfcL
And I will offer for jal at pub!!< out
erv itefore (he Court Houee du-*r of Chop,
ham 4’i'intv, in *he city of Sovonnah. Ga.
•ii fh** flr**t Tuesday In January l’Wl. the
- <nl alov4 |i**i rlboi property of the aaid
defendant, during the legal hour# of aale.
to natiafy *ai*l fl fa Bold t former
T* ntw aah. purchaser* paving for
titb-e. T. J EWEENY.
fthertff. C. Cos.
I.KJ.tI, AOTR EX.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY—
Notice l hereby given to all pr*rgr*na tvav
late of paid county, **ard. t<* pr-ant
them to me. pnqvrly mmb out. n lddn the
time prep* rlhed bv law ►* me to Phow
their character and amount, ard all per
•o\h Indebted to said i> • e*i-e| are r •
quirrd to make immediate payment to me
WILLIAM J Q! AN TOOK.
Savannah. Go., Nov . IMO.
NOTB’N Tt DEBTORS AND CREDIT
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY.—
Noli* e ie hereby given to ail (teraonp hav
ing 4lrn.inda againat Charles N Wept,
late of a.UI county, deceased, lo present
•hem io tn*\ properly made out. within the
time prescribed by law. po aa to show
chelr character an.l amount end ell |er
a*np Indebted to ea>4l decraaed are re •
quired b> make immediate iMvment to
me, BAN* iDON C WEST,
Savannah. Ga.. Sept fi l*wn
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
GEORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY.—
Notice la hereby given to nil persona hav
ing demands against Mrs Dabelia Neill,
late of enkl county. (ie*owl, to preM*nt
them to me. properly made out. within
th* tlm4- prea**rlbed by law. so an to show
I heir character and amount; and all
persona Indebted to said deceased, are re
quired t make immedla'e payment to me.
Savannah, Ga . Nov. U. Ikon
JORDAN F BROOKS.
County Admin I rator.
tfi Bay street, weaf.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDI
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY -
Notice la hereby riven to all persons hav
ing demands against Alfred Evans, Ist*
of sold county, deceased, to present them
to me. pro|crly made out. within the time
preserled by law mo as to show their
character and amount, and all peroon*
Indebted to satd deceased ate required to
make Immediate payment to me.
Savannah, Ga.. Dec. 3.19 m
R. H REWARD.
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY—
Notice Is hereby given that I have mada
apfdicattmi to the Court *f ordinary for
Chatham county for leave to sell the east
ern portion of lot of land Number 37,
O'Neill ward, in the r|ty of Savannah,
having a frontage on Walker street of 4&
feet, more or lees, and a rectangular depth
of M feel, more or less, together with tha
Improvements thereon belonging to estate
of Ellen Morgan, deceased, for the pay
ment of debt#* and distribution, and that
said order will he granted nt January
term. 1901. of said court, unless objections
are filed thereto.
M A O'BYRNE,
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDIT
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY—
Notice Is hereby given to all persona hav
ing demands against Moses H Gucken
heimer, late of said county, deceased, to
present them to me, properly made out,
within the time prescribed by law. an as
to show their character and amount, and
all persona Indebted to said deceased ara
required to make Immediate i*ayment to
me LEOPOLD ADLER.
Savannah. Os.. Dec*. 2. 1900
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CUED.
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY-
Notice Is hereby given to all person* hav
ing demands against Charles D Baldwin,
late of said county, deceased, to present
them to us at Southern Naval Stores Com
pany's office, 12K Bryan street.east,proper
ly made out. within the time prescriled by
law. so as to show their character and
amount; and all Persons Indebted to said
deceased are requl ed to make immediate
payment to us
ELIZA J BALDWIN. Executrix.
WILLI A M <\ POWELL, Executor.
LAWRENCE MeNEILL. Executor.
Savannah, Ga.. Nov. 12. 19>
GEORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY-
Where*a. Thome* C Youmana hns applied
to Court of Ordinary for letters of ad
ministration on the estate of Hugh J.
Foley, <|e<-ea*4'tt l
Them* are, therefore, to cite and .admon
ish all whom I* may concern to he and
ap(car before said court to moke objec
tion (If any they have) on or before tho
first Monday In Jnnimry next, otherwise
said letters will h* granted.
Witness, the Honorsbl Hampton B F*r
rill, ordinary for Chatham county, this
the 10th day of Ite* **mt*er. 1900
FRANK K KEIBBACH.
Clerk Court ordinary. C. Cos.
ni-, ii i|MMI *.
by investing your hard-earned hand cash
with tha Southsrn Orocsry Company. 114
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