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ARE SURVEYING TRIAL LINES.
<i:>THtl. FIUI RKI <>\ FIMAIIHG
BHBttTOS WO PIN BOH A.
tnrtrllni t’arty >< In Ike Field.
Three Trial Ilie* Will In* Hnn.
\<it Kno* Whether Statesboro
Ulll he on Ihr Line—That Place
llaa llrrn Greatly laterested In
Thla Uaritlna- No Inducements
Ve| Offered Ihr trntrnl fur ll la
llulld Ala Nlalealmro—l|neallß
Muai Waft lutll larrrjra Have
llrrn Mode—Valoahle Terri lory to
l, r f'nt In (Toaer Toneh With (at.
The Centra! Railroad haa a surveying
. „ rty m the Held making trial line* for
i.... mrletion of the Brewton and Pine
(ra Railroad. Information of this cume
(ro m Statesboro. whence the party art
rut. and President John M Egan of the
, .ntral *ai uaked rbout the matter.
i area trial line* will be run. Mr. IJgan
pl tJ. They will connect the present ter
r>inu* of the Brewton and Plneara. Reg
|. ,r, with point* on the Central'* main
Imr one of the trial line* will be to
a .id Statesboro, another will follow the
,14 line that wa surveyed and partially
for the connection at Plneara and
tl r third will traverse the country be
ta,, .n Statesboro and some point on the
t nnl the survey ha* been completed and
i- mate* of cost made. It cannot be told
r,uh of the contemplated route* will be
followed In the completion of the Brew
nil and Plneora. Mr Egan wa* a*ked If
any inducement* had been offered the
Central by Statesboro to secure the road
t,. ugh that place, and h! answer was
,ii 'he negative. It cannot be told whether
i , route will be via Statesboro.
The people of Utateeboro. have been
• clous to secure the line, which would
p ue them a far more direct connection
tb Savannah than they now have.
Their, is the most Important place In the
territory the road Is lo traverse, ond
they behevo they should get the line
fnr i long while they have been looking
forward lo the completion of the rcsid.
aw j ->. r nrospeet h.*t now exists of ac
tusl work being commence,!, will be wel
com'd by them If they can only get the
assurance that they will be on the line
The Brewton and Plneora now extends
ft,all Brewton to Register, a distance of
pt mile*. A portion of the line was fin
ished by the Central some two year* ago,
nr road taking up the work where It
s*4 Iwen left ofT by the company that
began It. Register Is ten miles from
Statesboro. and between 3> and *> miles
..f road will have to he built to gain con
nection with the Central's mom line.
By the completion of the Brewton an 1
Plneora a wide section of territory will
he put In much closer touch with Savan
nah The section opened up. too. will
hr undisputed, as it Is within closer reach
of ftivinnah than any other large city.
Following its policy of development of
th* country through which Its lines run
the Central will do all It can for the ad
vantage of the new section, and It will
la hut a short time before the city will
he enjoying a voluminous business with
Chairman J. F. Hanson of the execu
tive board of the Central said yesterdav
that the extension of the Brewton and
Ilneora eastward to connect with the
main line of the Central doe* not mean
that the road Is to la- extended eastward
e. well to connect with the main line,
thus affording the much-talked-of cut-off
to Macon. The matter has received no
consideration from the board, MaJ. Han
son .!• t red.
MGCTTIVB HOARD MET.
Itonttne Matters Considered hy Of
ficial* of the Central.
A meeting of the executive board of the
ftntral Railroad was held yesterday
morning President John Al Kgan an
nounced after the meeting that the bual
r. •* transacted had been largely of the
usual routine nature. Th> se present at the
meeting were Chairman J. F Hanaon of
Macon. President Kgau. Col. A R. Law
ton and Mr. T M. Cunningham, acting
a- a member of the board
The only matter considered by the
board that would be of interest <t>
pubic, It was announ ed. was the sign
ing of the agreement by which the Souh
ern Railway will enjoy a ninety-nine
years' lease of the freight terminals of
the Central to Savannah, the buslp**# ot
ihr two lines to be handled Jointly by the
lo.UI agent of the Central.
VISITED THK TERMINALS.
President# Williams uml llrnln nml
Chairman Hanson the Party.
PraMnit John Skelton William* of the
Seaboard Air Une MuJ. J. F. Hanson of
Macon, chairman of the Executive Hoard
of the Central Railroad. and President R.
O Erwin of the Plant System, formed
a party yesterday that took in the ter
minals of the Scabottrd and of the riant
Mr Williams' visit was the first he
had made to the city for some months,
aid there was considtrable business de
manding his attention lie and Mr W.
W Mu k ill of the- Seaboard were in con -
lerence during the afternoon, alter which
the two railway pre.-ddrnta are! MitJ. Han
►>n started on their trip of Inspection.
The Seaboard terminals on Hutchinson's
Is.and were first Visited, the shipping Ifi
the docks running their colors up In honor
Of tlie distinguished parly. Alb r going
over the entire system of terminals, the
t arty left for the Plant Systetn terminals,
win re Prestdent Erwin became in a wav
>• host. Mr. William* then went to the
a- ot. where he took the train for Rich
• might suspect that there was some
• ski Ificini rin tt.is Inspection of ti-r
t' tl hy the hading sifTls laic of great
way systems, Ivut official denial that
was the slightest wis uhta.it-d. It
■ ' raid that the three system* are op
ng now in thorough harmony, and
nail It was but the mutuality of Inter
" '* and gen-ra! good feeling anil re)ole
•ng In the splendid terminal facilities
• the roads on-I ImuMk enjoy that
I • mpted the visits to the wharves.
FREIGHT H INDEED WELL.
ft*'Ut hern-fen teal JHn* tgrnry •
The Pout hern Railway's freight service
Ju t Inaugurated for Havant.ah Is working
utl-fnetorlly. It was said vester.lay hy
an official that enough has been shown to
prove that the freight of the Southern
and the Central can be handled cxpedl
sly an i well by the Centrals force,
‘’id there Is every reason to believe that
the arnirg' merit entered Into between
the two lines will be effective In giving
•to client service for the patrons of both,
. A A. AXAI'AI. MEETING.
directors Will Be Elected hy the
The annual meeting of the stockholder*
<* the Georgia and Aaktbama Rtl road
will be held In Savannah to-day It Is ex
pected that the preeent board of and ry
'ors will be re-elected, and that will be
practically all the business that Is
brought before the meeting. No meeting
the board of directors will be held f
->ec that of the stockholders, but It Is
prohibit that tht bourl will n**t for th*
election of Its officers at some early <late.
President R G. Erwin. General Super*
in tender* IV B. Dan ham, l<i#*nrr
Traffi Manager B. W Wrenn and Gen
eral b r eight Ai'*nt Jjtn> Muniie* c 4 the
Plant Hyetfm left y< pterdsy afternoon for
Montgomery, where they go to at<>nU a
conference with officials of the Louisville
anl Nashville Ra Iroad. The conferetice
will he held to-day and will he relative to
schedules to be eetabliehed by the two
lines for ihelr freight and passenger ser
The Chattahoochee and Gulf Railroad,
extending froen Column*. Ala., to Wellers*
vllle. Ala . Is now operated by the Cen
tral Railroad, both a freight and pa seer
ger service being maintained The new
road Is an extension of the Blakely line
it the Cenrr.il Mr (’. K Larence. who
was superintendent of const ruetten ok the
Chattahoochee iml Gulf, is now In charge
of the Central's surveying party that is
running lines for the Brewton and Pine
Col John A Henderson, counsel In Flor-
Ida for the Seaboard Air Line, was among
the visitors in the city yesterday.
PDA IHD TO GOOD IKM MA
.Mattel Palace and Southern 9t*rk
Company In Two Performances.
Mattel Paige and the Southern Sto k
Company presented "Jack's Sweetheart"
at yesterday's matinee and "The Prison
er of Algiers" at night Both perform
ances were to good housed, and the audi
ence seemed to be pleased with the pro
To-nlgh! Effie Ellsler will he seei In
Clyde Pitch's romantic play, "Barbara
Frlatchls." The Southern Stock Comian>
will be at the Theater the rest of the
Effie Ellsler will be seen to-n.ght in Mr
Chaa. Frohman's production of "Barbara
Barbara PrletchU of the play 1s the
•laughter of a stanch Confederate family
of Frederick. Md . with a brotner serving
in Stonew.ili J.n kf-*n' brigade. She Is
loved by Jack Negiey. th*' son of a neig fi
lter, who is also n Confehr.te, but her
own affections have gone out toward Capt.
Turnbull, a t'nion officer, whose fore*-*
are holding the town when the scene
The first act |s at twilight In Frederick
with the characters enjoying the evening
on the stoops of their houses, and with
soldier* and their sweethearts thronging
the streets. Barbara i* at first loyal to
the faith of her family, and she Is grad
ually Influenced bv her love toward Fed
eral tendencies He incurs the displea'
ure of her firmly and the enmity of her
The girl, however. Is determined upon
her choice, ond consent# to elope with
the Captain. They meet at a minister r
home In ll igerstown. hut Just as the mar
riage ceremony Is about to be performed
•he Captain is tailed upon o Join h‘s
regiment for an immediate bar tie with
the rebtd troops. The battle take# place,
he Captain is shot by Arthur Frtetchle.
and Is carried to Barbara's house
The elder Fnetchie, learning that his
daughter's lover 1* In the house, ntorms
at Barbara, but at last yields to her en
treath . She nurses and watches oyer
the patient, und heljw him back to life.
The complete New York production wdl
be presented here.
The ladles of the Chancel Society of ft:
John's Church will give a chi siren's en
tertuinment oral Christmas tree next
Tuesday, from I to t o'clock, at St
John's Partrh II ill. for the benefit of the
society. An admission fee of 5 cents will
he charged. This will Include a priii
on the Christmas tree. A Christmas pl
will be served at 5 cent* per take Re
freshments will also lie served ai 5 cent*.
Complaint Is made hy pedestrians ot
•■he disregard of the ordinance that pro
hibits banana peels Icing thrown on the
sidewalks One ldy said yesterday tha'
she was quite sure she voiced the sentl
mint of those of her sex who are on the
streets for shopping, when she declared
for the suppression of the practice. But
two or three day* ago. she said, she had
stepped ti|>on a (reel. slipped and fallen
fiat As she is advanced In years. It was
only through good fortune that she re
ceived no hurt from her fall.
viim ill IHOI'I.
OPR - GERMAN READY MIXED
paint Is si Id under a guirantee; have you
house painted with It. Adams lbitnt Com
'PHONE 1575 FOR FOREST CTTT
Laundry- They will call for your llnan
LARGE AND NEW STOCK OF WALL
paper. Just arrived, will make prl ea to
suit you. William Taylor. 141 Barnard
NEW DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE
with ball bearing*, lock and chain stitch;
two machines In one. Penton A Son.
WE ARE DYEINO NOW BY THE
new oxadye process; especially adapted
for ladles' fine crepon and tailor-made
presses send us your work and you will
be pleased New York Steam Dye Works
FOR HARDWARE AND TOOLS. (JO
to Cornwell & Chlpman'e.
RING IT 8. GEORGIA OR RF.EI,
phones, for gt* mantels, chimney*, etc ;
c will do the reat, mantels. 10. 15, Jn 25
an-1 35 cent- A. C. Price A Cos. State ani
MOKE THAN ONE HUNDRED CENTS
In every dollar of your hard-earned hard
cash at the Southern Grocery Company,
114 Rarnard atreet
PERKY A BENTON. 1 STATE
street, west, will move, park ship or etore
your furniture at short notice; also ren
ovate your old mattrettsee at little cost
Ret! 'phone Ml.
"WANTED ONE TIIOt'SAND HUN.
gry people at the Southern Grocery Com
pany. lit Bernard street
THE MOST UP-TO-DATE WORK IS
bring "turned out by Forest City Laundry
FOR THE MOST SELECT AND
toige-t stork of wall paper In the city.
*o to Tavlor. 141 Barnard
PENTON A SON WILL RENOVATE
your machine ard guarantee It Sell new
ot old trarhlee*.
FOR RANGES AND STOVES GO TO
Cornwell A- Chipmon
A FULL LINE OF GRATES JUST
received, will sell any of the separate
parts Adams Pettit Company, 101 On-
PON T FAIL TO PEE OFR LINE OF
bathtub-, they arc tip to date; ea'lmates
cheerfully furnished on nny kind of
plumbing w>rk. A. C. Price A Cos.. State
and Jefferson streels; 'phone* M
REDUCE YOUR 1.1 VINO EXPENSES
by Investing vour hard-earned hard cash
with the Southern Orocery Company, lit
ADVERTISEMENTS set in CAP
ITALS WILL PE PRINTED IN CLAf*
el FI ED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
TIT tV W
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, order your lithographed and
printed stationery and blank buoka from
Morning News, Savannah Ga.
"isi aosi turn"
For sala at all News Stands In Savannah.
THE MORNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1000.
DO YOU GET TP
W Till k LAME BACK?
Do You have Rheumatism? Have
You Bladder or Uric Acid Trouble?
To Prove What Swimp- Hoot, tb; (ireat kidney and Bladder Kenrdy,
Will Do (or YOU. all onr Readers May ll. ve a Sample Bottle Sent Free
Pain of dull ach In the hack I* unmis
takable evidence of kidney trouble, ll is
Nature's tlmejy warning to show you
ihat the track of heulth t not clear.
If these danger tlgnal* nre unheeded. ;
more scr.ous results are sup lo follow:
Bright's disease, which is the worst form j
of kidney trouble, may steal upon you
The mild and the exirsordltuiry effect
of the world-famous kidney ond bladder
remedy. Swamp-Root, Is soon realised.
It stands the highest for Its wonderful
•ure* of the most distressing cases. A
rial will convince anyone—and .you may
have a sample bottle for the asking
I.ame baek Is only one symptom of kid
ney trouble—one of many. Other symp
tom# showing that you need Hwamp-
Root are. obliged to pass water often dur
ing to day and to get up miny times a:
night. Inability to hold your urine,
-snarling or Irritation In passing urine,
•lust or sediment In the urine, catarrh
of the bladder, uric acbl, constant head
ache. dixxtness, sleeplessness nervous
ness. Irregular hert-beiittng. rheumatism,
bloating. Irritability, womout feeling,
lack of ambition, loss of flcsb, sallow
IT your water, when allowed lo remain
undisturbed In a glass or hot|e for
twenty-four hours, forms a sediment or
the —ring—from Kegeas. My sister go'
her* there 12 year* ago. and it Is as good
as nrw now. and she and her husband
have been lucky ever since The num
ber of my finger Is 6(j Hair Jewelry
and Shaving Supply House. I* East
Broughton The place where hair, plati
num old gold, old silver and 01. l coins are
taken as caah. mall orders for birthday,
wnldlng and Chrletmu* presents promptly
ADVERTISEMENTS IBT IN CAP
TTAIJt WILE BE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FDR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
KEE CHUNG A CO . CORNER WHlT
aker ami Liberty streets, headquarter* for
Chinese and Japanese fancy goods. P a*,
etc., at low prlcea. Oriental and Turkish
ornaments below cost price. Come and
GO TO JOS H. RAKER. IN MARKET,
for fine meats, poultry, game, brains,
sweetbread, tripe. 'Phone 228.
HOW AROUT YOUR WINTER
clothing' let us put it In shape; * p r
month Sterling Pressing Club, II York w
THE FURNITURE EXCHANGE. 113
Rarnard street, buys and sells all kinds
of second-hand furniture for cash.
TRY HETTERICH’B CANDY; Posi
tively pure; crystallsed fruit, assorted. 45c
pound, cherries and ginger, nm- P I *1
chocolate, asrorted, 25c pound; aaaor ai
fine candy. 25c pound. 11" State, west.
YOU WILL LIKE THE MILK FROM
Springfield Dairy. Ifa rich and pure; try
HOLIDAY HUOS. CARPETS. POR
tleres, taee curtain*, and o thousand and
one articles to gladden the good wife s
heart. C. P Miller, agent.
"HYACINTH AND NARCISSI'S BULBS
palms, rubber plants, cut flower# and
floral designs ftom rtelschlg's Nursery,
opposite Catholic Crmetrrv J Gardner,
agent. 12 Broughton atreet. east.
ELEGANT BEDROOM FURNITURE
dining room furniture, china clor. 'a. all
ver rase*, sideboard*, buffet*, mirror-door
wardrobe*, etc.; our immener nook m ist
hr seen to be appreciated C. P. Miller,
CHOICE LINE or WILLOW AND
cobbler seal rocker- for the h .11 lay*. at
Teeple'a. 217 Broughton, west.
“Tam NOW LOCATED AT 414 WEST
Broughton; ring up 1136 If rot* want to
have your fumliur* moved or packed for
•htpmrnt or tong. I guarantee price#
the same as l do the work that's alien
to me. A. S. Orlffl.. 414 Broughton *4r*ot.
west; matlre** mod# to ord<r
HOW ABOUT YOUR WINTER
clothing' let II put It In shape; I per
month. Bterllns " erring Club. 1 York, w
GO TO HI RICH I '* FOR <ANDY.
mint wafer*, tmon wafers; *bllcloi#
for the trick erich's, 11" Stele. w.-at.
M 011.1.1“ LACE CURTAINS WILL
beautify .our porlor.
KKNHINOTON TARM MILK IS UN
•urpaaae l for rtchnegs; di Ilvtry la per
f. c'.; phone. 2M6
fp ITS RUGS YOU WANT YOU CAN
get them cheaper from MeOLII*.
GILT CHAIRS. TARLIiH COUCHES
rosy corners, rereptlon chslr* leather
chairs; an Immense assortment ot rea
sonable price*. C P Miller, agent
WHEN YOU SEE MUM-LIB SIXTY-
Inch -cent rugs, you will buy tham.
Just can't help tt; will tel! In *r.y quan
“"'•FURNITURE MOVED WITH CARE,"
la a apeclalty with McGlkla.
settling, or ha* a eloudy appearanee. It
is evidence that your k.dneys and blad
der need Immediate attention.
In taking Swamp-Root you afford natu
ral h<lp to Nature, for Swamp-Root ts the
most perfect healer and gentle aid to the
kidneys that Is known to medical science.
Sw amp-Root Is the great discovery nf
l)r. Kilmer. Ihr enlnent kidney and blad
der speelahst. Hospitals use It with won
derful success In hoh slight and severe
cases. Doctors recommend It to their
patient* and use H In their'own families,
because they recognise In Swamp-Root
the greatest snd moat successful remedy.
If you have the slightest symptom of
kidney or bladder trouble, or If there Is a
trace of It 1n your family history' rend nt
once to Dr Kilmer * Cos., Binghamton.
N. Y. who will gladly send you free by
mall. Immediately, without coat to you. a
sample bottle of Swamp Root and a book
of wonderful Swamp-Root testimonials
Ra sure to say that you read this gener
ous Offer in the Savannah Dally News
If you are already convinced that
Hwnmti-Roo* l* whn you need, you can
purchase the regular flfty-cent and one
dollor stx* bottle* at drug stores. Don't
make any mistake, but remember the
mime. Swamp-Root. Dr Kilmer's Swamp-
Root. and the address. Binghamton. N.
of Carpet*, matting ruga, shades, lino
leum; cheapen In town.
IMMENSE LINE OF RATTAN ROCK
ere from 11.41 up to 115. C. P. Miller,
KIMBALLS ~ ANTI - RHEUMATIC
ring every rheumatic ought to wear. J
Gardner agent, 12 Broughton *treet. east.
M OILI-IS IS CHEAP ON RI OS. NETS
lace curtain*, hammocks, water coolers
pi'tows, picture#, etovea, bedroom aults.
and furniture of every description.
HOW ABOUT TOUR WINTER
clothing" let us put tt tn shape; SI per
month Sterling Pressing Club. 1 York. w.
MILLER'S HOLIDAY OIETS EON
brother* and other fellows' brothers,
you will have to call end examine our
Immenee line In order to thoroughly ep
prrelate the subject. C. P. Miller,
FOR A PRETTY BEDROOM SUIT
parlor and dlntnr-room furniture, vou
should go to Teeple'a.
KENSINGTON FARM 18 ON AN
eleiailon in th# country free from city
drainage Inposalble for mbk to baeome
contaminated, by Impure odors; If you
want pure Jersey m Ik, photic 2346. De
livery prompt; satisfaction guaranteed
M'GILLIS MOVES. PACKS SHIPS
and store* pianos and furniture; beat work
only; no "Cheap-Jobn" prices—no "Cheat*
CANARY RIRBB GOLD FISH' WA
ler grass, bone flour at 12 Broughton
MILLER'S HOLIDAY GIFTS FOR
sisters and other fellow*' alsters: toilet
tobies ladle*' desk* chiffoniers, picture*
of all kinds; romc ami aee us: we will help
you out C. P Miller, agent.
M'GILLIS SELLS SIXTY-INCH RUGS
-Smyrna patterns—ter cents.
TEFPLE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON
stove*, steel range*, oil heaters and hot
stuff heaters. 117 Broughton, w-at.
MILLER H HOLIDAY GIFTB FOR
children dolls and toy* of every descrßv
tlor: chairs, baby carriages, go-eart*.
velocipedes, tricycle*, express wagons, p
trol wagons. C. P Sillier, agent.
OLD NEWSPAPERS. 3m for 25 cent*, at
Ruslren Office Morning New*.
FINEST PHOTOS. MOST REASON
abIe price*, one with each dogen cabi
nets mounted on a lovely Xma and New
Years card; I am making * ap-elnl run
on crayon pa**el and watercolor In hand
some frame* at very low prices for the
holidays; a fine praaent; see Sly elegant
line Of frames, etc. Wilson'* Studio, 41
Mt:i>! ■ tt-
HOW Ann YOUR FEETT IF TOUR
feet are troubling >ou. call on me and I
will give you relief. I cure Ingrowing
nails, corns and all disc**** of the feat
without pain; charge* reaeonabl*; can
give th* beet reference* In th* city; pa
ll. nt* traated at residence* ordere 'a*
be left at l-lvlngetota'a drug etore. Bull
and Congress streets; telephone 233. Lem
Davis surgeon chlropodtel.
help W \>Tt:it-iti.i:.
" A WIHTK MANtMAR
rb-d preferred!, to car# for place on the
salt*, near Savannah; mutt understand
gardening end care of lows amt hors**;
psy ISO per month end a good home to
live In Addresu, with referenrei. Jasper,
care Morning News. Savannah, Ga
"mechanics, engineers, elec
trb lan*, firemen, etc. A free scholarship
In engineering will be awarded to a few
well recommended applicant* American
School of Correspondence. Boston, Mas*
Are in vogue now and
we hive them.
Our Holiday Goods
ARF. OPEN FOR VOIR INSPECTION.
Wc have never made so
fine a di>play. We urge
you to come and make your ;
selection. It can be done so
much better now than in
the ru-di of the holidays.
Deliveries will be made to
suit your wishes.
The famous non-smelling
stove, the Barler, all sizes
ready lor delivery.
Thos. West & Cos.,
LL BROUGHTON STREET. WEST.
HELP WANTED— WALK.
HALEHMf N WANTED TO HELL OI K
pfod, by sample to nMfml' and rstsil
tv* are iho largest ond only mih
uf 5 In our llns in the world, libera!
salat ill Address. Uen-Dex Mfic Cos.
office, 25 Board ot Trade Building. Satan
HELP tt AATA.It FEMALE.
”w A NTKdTYw r DOLOR t: M COOK S
Apply Wednesday 4 o'clock, O. A. Wool
son. Hast Broughton.
WANTED. SUPERINTENDENT KOIt
Woman’s Exchange. applhvthns must tie
in writing to 8- relary. M*- M > Wolff
No all) Taylor, west, by I>er. It.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAT
ITAIeS WIJ.I. RE FRINTHP IN ri.AS
SIFIEP ADABItTISBMKNT COI.UMN
ron TWO OK NTS A WORD NO AP
VERTIRFMKNT TAKBN FOR UKS3
RHPI.III RK AT 11 AATF.It.
~~wa"ntkp] rTtHmoN as^htknThT
rapher, regular or ,-xtra work; salary no
object Address "Dryer," Morning New
H A ATF.lt— ll<tt Kl.l. A AWII S.
earth, dirt, .and, manure, sir. free of
charge, Just at city limits, hauling over
hard road write or telephone Brown
Bros , corner Anderson and Bast Broad
IF TOP WANT OOOP MTI.K, OKT IT
from HpOngftekl Dairy; It'* rich, pure and
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN OAF
ITADB WII.I. HE PRINTED IN ri.AS*
SIFIEP ADVERTISEMENT COL.UMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AP
VERTIREMENT TAKBN FOR I .ESS
front rom iroilerii cunvenlrnce*. Sid
NKEI.V FFRNIBH ED RttOMS.
southern exposure; all ronvenlence*. 30*
Barnard street, near Utterly.
FOR BENT, COM* uHTAIILE HOUSE
No 217 Waidburg alteet, east, betwaen
Abereorn and Lincoln, flrst-risss order
and condition; avery convenience Right
rent to right tenant Estate Salomon
Cohen. Weat Broad and Rmnghton streets
FOR RENT. NEW SIX ROOM HOUSE
ready next month; ga , hath. eic.; Second
avenue, near Barnard Purse, prirtter.
FOIt RENT. 221 DI'FFY STREET.
eal, anew house; ga*. electric light,
porcelain tub ami all convenience*. Ap
ply 310 Hryan street, west.
FOR RENT OR SALK, THAT MAG
nlficent residence on the rourheasi corner
of Gwinnett and Barnard street* 1 D La
FOR RENT. SEVERAL DESIRABLE
realdenee*. thoroughly renovated Apply
A. Wylly, agent, 12 Rryan atreet, east
NO. BAY, WEST. FINE Itl HfNF.SS
corner Inquire for k<*y N<>. t>2h Hay. west
FOR RENT. THE TWO MOST DE.
etrable store# In Savannah, senate corner
of Whitaker. State nml I'resident tnet,
opposite new Postoflloe. W. M A W. E
FUR M 2. ST— HIMJELL tAt.Ot H.
LARGE WAUEHOUSIC AND OFFICE
FOIt RENT. CORNER HHOUOHTON
AND WEST BROAD STREETS. Filt
MERLY OCCUPIED BY THE SAVAN
NAH CARRIAGE AND WAGON CO. H.
FOR RENT. NICE STARI-E AND
ktrgo yard 2* Abereorn atrewt.
FOR RENT OR SALK. THAT ET.E
ganl farm, four mll-a on the Augusta road
(paved), containing t*o hundred and
three acre*, fifty of which are under a
high state of cultivation; there .ire on the
place three dwelling*, two large barns
and packing *h#d. . fine artenn well;
everything tn flr*i-clae ordtr; two rail
road* run through the land; I. D. La-
FOR RENT. ON THE OOEBCHEE
road, between thr*# and four-mil# posts
(trolley car* nearly to twomlie post), land
in lota from one acre to one hundred,
same ran be bouaht In large or small lots
on eaty terms, C II Isevll.
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rofl SVI l -id tL < STATE
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holt 3AI-E THOSE LOTS ON NINTH
atreet. near East Broad; have only been
eold lo first-class partlea, who will make
good neighbor*, ami none others ran buy
The terms are very eaay. and they are
cheaper than any others In the vicinity.
C. H. Domett _
rOR SALE A LOT FOR TWO HUN
dred dollars; easy terms, on Ninth atreet.
near East Broad, no city taxation. C. H
FOR SALE I/ITS < -v NINTH STREET
near East Broad no city taxes, at 3-W
each; twenty-five do lata cash, snd easy
monthly payment* C. It Ivoreett.
FOR BALE. LOTS ON NINTH. NEAR
East Broad i *2te each; will soon
be advanced to 3226 when rt lot has been
paid for I ran arrange to g*t a hums
built. C. H Irorarll
RESIDENCE AND BUILDING LOTS
for sale all over th# city. Robert H.
Tatem, real taut* dealer. No. 7 York
THE UP=TO=DATE GIRL
Knows that our Mannish Hoots are made for walking,
wheeling or for bad weather. We have “Regular” or
"High Cuts" in Box Calf, Vici and Patent Kid. with
hand-sowed soles. . . .
$3.00 and $3.50.
There’s no reason why the up-to
date girl should wear a shoe that
doesn’t please her —and
She Won’t if She
Buys Them Here. . . .
J. A. VARNEDOE, EMMETT MONCREIFFE,
A. L WEIL
FOR A A IF—HI; Al. ESTATE.
TERPENTINE I-AND UAHOB
tract fr aole. tllfford A Cos.. Jackson
TIMBER. TIES AND WOOD—FOR
sale, t.tli acres, on Hetisard Air I.tne
llaltrtaid about seventy-five mites from
Savannah, and will cut almui aa follows:
j.imiwiu feet mill tlmlier. 3.S.WU crosstlo*.
2,'eixn cords wood. Hrobston, Fcndlg A
Cos,. Rrunswlck, Us
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EIIH ft AI.K— MI At I.I.I.AMODt .
A FREE SAMI’I.K OK BENZOIN
Itj.m for chops and rough skin, given lo
any lady calling at Persies drug stores.
Henry and Abercorn, Tavior and Whtto
IF YtHf VH DOT TWO I.I'NOH I.KFT.
i*ov Item will cure >*ajr cough, a dulktr
hotil, guaranteed to ,-ure or money re
funded Persse * drug stores
I ’ PRKSI IT PIANOS AT AUCTION To
day. Ulh, al II o'clock, at 22 Congress,
west C H l>orsett.
TUItl-KNTINE FARm7 IN ACTIVE
l>eratlon, for sale. Immediate delivery;
plenay of hands *nd hw freight For par
ti ulors. Apply to Chesnult A O'Neill, Bn
IIORREH AN I* MCI.ER FOR HAI.E AT
Ymihgiove A Hlfiple's stahl.-i, ,me hundred
head hor*'s aiul mule* In this lot are
driver*, siid-th rs. matched |*lr* ami work
horse*, alia, timber, lie a tel farm mules.
Any one wishing h<r*e* or mules will do
well to Ins,*',-! lids lot of animals.
FDR HAI.E. ONE ROOD DRAFT
horse Apply at tr.’t Henry stree*. east-
Dnaranteetl to be gentle.
FOR HAI.E. PAI.MKTTO RRRRIER.
either dried or fr*h, In any quantities.
E. W. Amsden, Ormond, Fla.
TYPEWRITERS; IS CAI.IORAPHR.
sls eacii. 10 Y,k*ls. $25 each; 10 No. It Har-
Ijock*. s2l each; 3f* Williams, $25 each, all
slightly shop worn; trust price sll cah
ra ti, shi,q*'d lor trial free. Now. can
you afford to be liehlnd the limes by con
tinuing to use the pen' F. H Webster
Cos., 215 Broadway. New York
FOR HAI.E. AT AUCTION TO-DAY,
ten upright pianos, direct from manufac
turers. with order* to well; sale at 11 a,
m. C. 11. liorsetl.
COWS. WITH YOUNG CAI.VEff FOR
sals Call 471 West Boundary atraet. are
FOR HAI.K. ONE Mt’l.E AND HAH
nesa and truck. Apply Screven House
FIIIR PROOF BAFTJS WB CARRY A
dns llns of fire proof safes In stock al all
limes The parties can see exactly what
thsy ara getting Our prices ora es low
as manufacturere sell it, with freight add
ed parties Interested, who wish a good
lire proof eafe. will do well to Inspect
our stock I.lpptnan Bros , Uppenan
Mock, agents for manufacturers.
TURPENTINE LOCATION FOR
sale. II crops first year boxes; I2.off> a ra*
round Umber, ai $! 40 pat aere. s•> par
thousand boxes for Isased timtxT; plenty
of Umber to he got; in five mil'a of rail
road, will give possession new or at end
of season Address Hound Timber, cars
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LOST ASIS rOHD.
"TTTst'T f7\7tDi'7 it kpViTi Tti'lTpFy'ir
ed hull, point of horn* off off; and ona
black cow with white face, very fat. white
laws ami whit* stomach; reward $5. C. 11.
Skipper, City Market.
1/tST HEP SETTER PUPPY. LAME
In right hind leg Return to No. 22 Ander
son street, east.
I/FT A MASONIC SCARF PIN BUN
day Reward If returned to 1 Broughton
FOUND. POINTER PUPPY OWNER
can get same at John F Cordes, Mont
gomery and Whatley avenue, by payment
FOUND. *. GROWN HOUND PUPPY,
owner can get same by calling on John F.
t'ordew, Montgomery and Whalley ave
nue and paying expenses.
Igkgrders; elegant rootna, no transients, no
children Table boarders taken am East
fit SISESS l ll*>f re.
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HOT AIR AND HOT WATER HEAT
KRB; ALSO GRATES AND PARTS
PUT IN AND REPAIRED. P H KIKII
NAN, in STATE STREET, WEST.
WE GIVE YOU EITHER DOMESTIC
nr gloss finish, perfect work. Forest CMy
laiusulry. Park avenus.
BEFORE YOU PURCfIABB WALL
paper, don’t forget Taylor; hi* new s'oek
and low price* will please you. 141 Bar
THE RESORCINE ANTISEPTIC PRO
r*** I* th* mm: satisfactory to clean
clothe*, done rmly by New York Strom
Dye Works Whitaker and Hla*r
NEW DOMESTIC. WITH BALL
hearings, on easy leima; try ona: hoy one;
deal with your people. Pse ton A Bon.
iron FISHING TACKLE. NETS. ETC?,
go to Cornwell A Chipman.
“We can repair any STOVE
made; all work done by experienced
workmen and guaranteed, will take your
old stove In exchange on a nee one. A.
C. Price A Cos,. State and Jefferson
streets, ’phone* ’*
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FO t
ar-wer pipe. brick, Hr* clay, OIL ant
varnishes, give us a call Adams Paint
“DON'T TROUBLE TOURBELF ABOUT
moving your furniture, relaying your car
pet* or malting. Parry A Benton wUI re
lieve you ot all that trouble.
At't riox aai.K* this day.
i bt.niU.U IUILU %Y <Y
TO-DAY Wain. •s!>. 12th lwL. Ift
oVlork n m (oily tlmo) t Hnwi%
freight irehoij-. of th- Ahovn < timpany.
wi Went Hml *• ih* linnet >f
IVrry | mil •* II in lots to #tilt
purchiam: Fur Hhirttr.g,
All Wool Trlmvn.l Halt, jahoo#,
IfUmkeiii, (YaU, 3M Itoxr# ( *
Kfari'h. |0 Hu.ka CirHO I.
Hox ami Bankets Candy. iLikluit Pow
der. 1 can** ftn# H^xar p, 2 length# Jb fnt,
M.irlliif Wr.i|imi KuNmr Rtram llw‘.
with bra am oouidlng#. NVw Cook rtbv*i,
1 fin# iarffc Bte*d P*<ok Kange. with cloa
rm, l An*- (’learn Hrfwrator. I r#r Cora-
Idn itlon Monkrv W r* in h and Hit Hrat'^a,
2 hrHl*m** Nickel C’ooH , * t Ing ani
Weighing Ooonlar 2 n#w s|a*>.-*ss
Mu hin*** 1 burr**l tl< ll*>ml# ill*n># with
oig haixlln), 2.1 bumllrn \\ Cart and
Dray Falloaa, Nrw liuggy Shaft#, roady
lo UM, Sardine#. Salmon, Vltngar.
lifoomi. Brivm. Toharoo, Wrapping Pa
l**r. Hogar. Snuff. Oder. Win#* Rc#. Roup,
Oaivnntgrd Hh*ri Iron. F*ns> Wlr#, T**ln
gvaph Wlrr. Hoofing Tin. i.itth pound# •#-
#ort*l liar Iron. Arwort#*! Drug#, Had
mt •■<•s**, iiiiit-iiiia, Vt’ffanaUrsJr. li<a itiiiff
Chain*. Hlove Covera. Fruit Jan* and a
large lot of mIM-ellnneou# fr-lght.
J W. COMKIt. V. A.
Tty-DAY at II a m . we will sell (1) cel
ebmted Stmlar.l petno direct from fac
tory, til Mnw.i) llamlln organ; only In
use a month, tl) Sterling organ; O) sew
ing machines, t.U t.irpete, *klelHMird, of-
Bee desk, oil stove*, heater*. *llverwar.
la*dle*' and chlkLren'a wrat*. cloak*,
cape* tnewl. last year's styles, fine ma
terial, at your own price.
THEY MUST IIE HOLD.
MEN'S SUITS AND PANTS; LADIES
SUITS AND SKIRTS.
FINE IMPORTED LAMPS.
I—rge glotx-s. $t and 24 Inches In high!;
a beautiful Xmas present.
SAVANNAH AIKT. AND COM CO.,
A. Winerlght. Auctioneer.
11l Whitaker street
NEW PIANOS AT AUCTION.
TK* t I’ll It; ItTS,
V. H. IIOHSKIT Aaedoaeer,
Will sail on WKDNESS>AY. Hth. Infft.,
al II a m.. nt 22 Congress west:
Ten new Upright Pianos, full octave,
with and without MandoHn ami Tremulo
These Instruments have just teen re
catvert direct from the manufacturers, and
! are being sold In thin way to Introduce
them In tht* ixanmtinlty.
They are of remarkable Sweet tone. In
beautiful cases, and will be ready for In
spect lon (up stair*) on Monday and TM*-
tay and the day of aale. Tht* la a ap'an
dld chance to secure a goo-1 lcs-rosnent.
ond we ask only that ihetr metlla be In
AUCTIOY IIUCI FI TI HE IUYI.
FMOPERTV WHITAKER AM) YORK.
C. M. Dorsett. Aaeilonrer.
By virtue of an order of the ordinary
of Bibb county. Georgia, passed at th*
De emler term. lts will he sold hefo a
the Court House door of Chatham countv,
Georgia. In the city of Savannah, G*.. on
the first Tuesday In January, !*DI. be
tween the legal hours of role, the follow
ing described real e-tale, belonging to th*
estate of Henry G Cutter late of Bibb
county. Georgia, deceased, to wit: A cer
ts li. Inert of land situated In Savannah.
Ga . known by pan of sild cltv a* lot
No. 5. In th* p.elltho tythlng. Heath ot*
ward, commencing at point of Intersce
llon of York and Whitaker streets and
running down th* line of Whitaker rtreet,
due aoirth, ninety fb feet, thence due
west sixty (Mn feel thence up the line
of lot* four (4) and five (5) due north
ninety Ib’i feet, thence down the line nf
York street sixty <m> feet to alartlnff
Held above described real estate I* to he
sold for the purpose of paying the debts
of said Henry O. Cutter, deceased, and
for distributing among the legatees under
Terms of sale: One-fourth cash, ona
fourth one yeir. one-fourth two yearn,
and one-fourth three year*. Interest at
the rate of six (4 per cent.l per cent par
annum on deferred payment*. Purrh**ra
to hav.- privilege of paving all c**h
THE MACON SAVINGS BANK.
Executor of the I J*M Will and Testament
of Henry Q Cutter, deceased.
By H. T POWELL. PrMtdent
EXECUTOR 8 SALE.
By virtue of an order of thr ordinary
of Bibb county. Georgia. pa**ed at the
December term. 1!W0. will be sold, before
th* Court House >loor of Chatham county.
Georgia. In the city of Savannah. Ga.. on
the first Tuesday In January. I*ol, between
the legal hour* of sale, the following de
scribed real estate, belonging to th# es
tate ot Henry O Cutter, late of Bibb
county Oeorgla. deceosed, to wit: A cer
tain tract of land situated In Savannah.
Go , known by plan of sold city a* lot
No 5. In the Beiltha tythlng. HeatheoiO
ward, commencing at point of Intersec
tion of York and Whitaker streets and
running down th# line of Whitaker alreat.
due south, ninety (20t feel, thence due
west sixty (On feet. Ihe/iB up the tut
of lot* four (4) and Av# <6) due north
ninety (Ml feel, thence down the lln* of
York street sixty ld) feet to starting
Said above described real estate I* to be
sold for thr pun*—* of paying the debt*
of said Henry O. Cutter, deceased, end
for distribution among the legatees undei
Terms of sale: One-fourth rash, ona
fourth one year, one fourth two years,
and one-fourth three year#. Interest at
the rate of six <4 per cent.) tier cent, per
, ■ a*, on deferred |M 'I-.- I ' a -era
lo have privilege of paying all cash
THE MACON HAVINGS BANK,
Executor of the I-ast Will ami Testament
of Henry G. Cotter Deceased.
By II T. POWELL. President.
OLD NEWBPAPEHS. IM for 11 cento, at
Busin*** OBc* Morning Ntwa.