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VTIIX WORK TCM.ETHK*.
|. r „i<l©at Evan •* Preside*t Wla.
rlirll drilled That Qaestloa.
Mr B. L. Wlnetidll. president of the
Ki' -a* City, Fort Scott and MerapMs
ou i and of the Kansis Cky. Mem
n i iiirmli gham. was in the city yes-
Mr Wlnchell was on a visit to
;... tent John M. Kgun of the Central
]; i;i road, ami during the day they spent
, -d deal of time on the Central Hall
-4 uhar\ea and terminals.
j : . two systems of wh.ch Mr. Winctoet!
. lent and the Central Railroad
ve long been the closest of allies, and
, . are to continue ao. Mr. WtnctxU
A representative of the Morning News
, r wtt to talk over the relations of
i roads with the Central that primarily
l his visit to Savannah He was
r th assurance, he said, that the re*
rrught continue <u amicable as
• r/.\ hfi> lieeti. This assurance was gtv
n n i;’adly by Mr. Egan. and both g©n
. i expressed themaelve* as thorough
• .rtvd with the traffic Hgrcpmmtt
t , xla: between their respective lines.
. inspection of the Central's trml
r - , ** gratifying to Mr. WincheU. He
rt . j win* for himself that his lines
w . f fortunate in having such a oonneo
. i the Central. #ni he wl.l continue
t ,1 ... * all the business possible toward
,rt He would naturally do this, as
get the long haul on freight ship
s’ though New Orleans is the pnn
pori of the lines of which he Is the
f . Mr Winchell was recently ejected
i of the Kansas City, Fort
f.ii .is and the Kansas City. Mem
i | Birmingham and the nnnounce
, * it the relations of those lines with
•nl are not to be changed will be
pit* • -Ming.
was expressed by Mr. Winched
pro peel that exists for Savannah
• . p. vrn an appropriation that will
if a depth of twenty-eight feet
iM river and hurbor. Should the hopes
i it ire entertained be verified, he said.
t *. . would be greater opportunity .lfTord
ir.i4 for directing freight for the
, a -<• and foreign shipment through
f n.h. The city could come Into
, #r >mp**tltlofi with New Orleans be
of deep water facilities. He regnrd*
t tiMrnor of Savannah as already excel
i but would like to see the increased
. .• i that would admit of tha entrance
* '*ls of even dee|Mr draught than
t . not now come to the port.
F. 11. loitl\o* is AGENT.
Hr Will Mr present the Southern
tin I It* nt at inumnnli.
Mr I* D. Rcfblnsoti hi# been appoint©* 1
. nt f<r the Southern Railway at Sa
ri. iti and has been installed by a trav
. *- auditor. Mr. Robinson will continue
•o Id his position as a**lHtant agent
, f • . Central Railroad. The work of
• ;te t*n< y of the two lines will continue
, in- done by the Central's force, the
or 1 v ‘•• gresation being In the represema
j. u by agents.
A Pope. assistant general freight
of the flea board Air Line. is In
j , i.vllle looking after tho office of
the *> stem in that city.
Mr Ce ii Oabbstt. division superlntend
,r* .f the fleal>onrd Air Line, was in Co
Mr D. F. Jack, freight traffic manager
(nr ?:# riant System, was In Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Waggenteller of
N v York are among the guests at the
j -o*<v They leave this morning for
Fi ;la, whither they are hound on a very
h ,py mission—their wedding Journey
Mr Waggenseller will be pleasantly re
member# <3 by many friends In Bavannah.
r me months he was connected with
• I’, r.t System as chief rate clerk In
t?-e p.. -• nger department. He left the
I ,r t to go to the I/Ohigh Valley
FISH HOE I* WAX.
Shipment# Abroad Are Made by a
\ process for the preservation of fish
r. tiait Is followed In Greece. has b©#*i
introduced with success in this country
a Greek who makes Savannah his
I ed'juarters. He Is KM Vertiki, who
**inducts a business in wines and liquors.
Barnard street. Mr. Veruki. however,
t ' important fishery interests, and hi"
pi king houses are among the largest i
flaras<,:a. Fla. There he packs salt mul
• mixtd llsh, salt roe, dried and wax
Wax roe is the specialty of Mr. Veru
k; s that he introduced from his naUv**
i ind Tno roe is taken from mullet,
v ’ h are caught in aboundance on the
Florida gulf coast. It is dipped in melted
• *x. xvhieh cakes upon the roe while
<1 ar. rendering It absolutely Impervi
■ is to germs of decay. The roe continues
f **>h n#l In as good condition as when
was first taken from the fish. It is
made ready for conking by simply strip*
png off the wax. which peels readily.
i' jme of the roe that Is so prepared by
Mr Veruki Is sold In Bavannah and other
? :e in this country, the pric* per pound
*’ retail being from 50 to cents. Teo-
Uf*lng the wax roc. (he say. may be
“med of Its absolute cleanliness, as
• • i They themselves handle U. the han
ing it receives from others being of the
'*•<*. rather than the roi*.
Several shipments of the wax roe abroad
•v. been made by Mr. Veruki. an#l It
I brought him more than $j a pound,
has shipped to Hngland, to Oree*e, to
•n tantinoplo and to Ho far as
i knows, he Is the only fish dealer In
country who employs the pro. ess.
shipment* abroad are made through
Up sroi.KA b lIEKbfl RK( OVEIIED.
'lon With a Cow Sent In aa a Sus
' negro boy about 8 years old stole n
• •<i yew:erday afternoon from a store
“ n Congress street, near Whitaker.
.tNr on he w as found in the neighbor*
1 of tho Market trying to ride It.
II Motions excited the suspicions of a
i -man in the vicinity and he arrested
'■i *r.d sen: him togetner with the wheel
• the barracks, where the wheel wos
rward klentilled by Its owner
" • live J. J Murphy arrested Tom
b-M*md. colored, as a suspicious churac
’*r huvlng in a jiosseaslon cow tha f
‘ was trying to sell for $12.50. The ant*
n, il which |s of a red color, was probably
f, n from some place in the Immediate
VI Uy of the city.
1 Elective Murphy, yewterday. also re
'••fe| a wheel that had been stolen a
time before from Mr. E. J Kieffer.
r T;ie n‘gro that stole It had taken
to Meldrlm. where he endeavoresl to
•i it. The person with whom he en
•l‘ ivored to make the trade suspected
‘ V the wheel Had been stolen and so
graphed the authorities In Savannah,
•t>while keeping tne wheel In his pos
'H IT He was‘wired to hold both wheel
~i man, but the negro In turn became
‘ spl* ious and took to the swwmp. leav
c the machine behind.
For Infant, and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Its ssSS i
All the goodneM that i, in \
a biscuit when it comes out
°f the oven goe, in the
_ " In-er-seal Patent Pack- jftfwM
VfJ> All its delicate criap- y*
It W ness is there—and it stays yffliW *,cV
Bi- * there, nght and tight, until y^fw l ''
y° u eat the The
"In-er-seal Patent Package"
is the only known method of ytffflw m
keeping biscuit fresh and t C '
crisp. Get it when and where y^flr,! ll A J, jjjlr
yon will, you’ll find it yfMI fi 1
P roof . a * ra,nst damp. y*i‘ ■
Ste; readily and
tan m i , '' guish thr package
Safe, m- hv j,a,k de
< /national biscuit company*!
CAM BIT PROS rill: STATE.
OHnsnof nml (| m*rf#• r inn■•#*r atorca
Will Coat Military Fra*.
A letter has been received from Col.
W. G. Obenr, lnsp - lor general of the
Georgia Slate Troops, announcing the
price at which ammunition for the com
panies In the service, oon be securet 1 from
th atate, the state hiving received It
from the gcner.tl government. The in
formation will he publlshe 1 later by O.ipt.
W. E. Coney, adjutant of the First In
fantry. in a circular, but It will l*e of
interest now to military m< n who frequent
the riff#* range during the season.
It will be found upon comparing the
price# that follow with those that have
been paid th retail dealers In the city
that considerable money will be saved by
the companies that purchase the ordnance
and quartermaster otoree from the stale
Tho difference in worn#; sorts of ammuni
tion Is great.
Rifle ball cartridges. 45 caliber loaded
with black powder, can be obtained from
the state at $18.60 a thousand; revolver
ball cartrldg* s. 45 caliber, wlii coat $8 a
thousand, revolver ball cartrklges. 38 cal
iber. will be sold at $7 92 u thousand, rifle
bullets. 45 caliber, sun grains, will coat
$5.45 a thousand; carbine bullets. 45 #Hiit
ber, 405 grains, will lewd at $4.€7 a fhon
sand; cartridge primers will cost ♦>
tilack powder for small arms* will cost 18
cents a pound, nnd smokeless powder for
mall arms will cost 85 cents a pouml.
JACKSONVILLE TEAM MAV COME.
The Prosper! Good for Another Go
at Jacksonville In This City.
A meeting of the fl.-ivannah football
team has been called for tonight at 8
o'clock to consider matters pertaining to
the Christmas game. It was the expecta
tion and Intention of the t#wm to play In
Jacksonville the team from that city that
played here on Thanksgiving, but yester
day the manager of ih* Jacksonville team
wired the Savannah eleven that the other
local train had *#**'ured the Jacksonville
grounds for Christmas.
This leaves th#* matter open so far as
the Bavannah team Is concerned and at
to-night's meeting It may b# decide!
either io have the Jacksonville play again
here or to have a team from Macon,
which Is very anxious to meet the Hvtn
m,h team, come down. There Is also the
prospect of having a gam#* her#* on New-
Year's day. and the probabilities are that
at that, time the Havannalt team will play
either of th- two teams that Is not given
a gam** on Christmas.
At the roni-lulon of the mectin, to
nlKht there will he the ueunl praetk-e at
the Hussar* - Club. A number of nw
players have become tnemle-ra of the team
since Its Thanksttlvlnfi sank, amt as all
of the players have luul morA practice,
particularly In team <>rk, there Is no
doubt that the team will put up much
more scientific (tamo than was payed be
AT THE THEATER.
Southern Stock In. the Meet of the
The Southern Stock Company and Miss
Mabel l’al*e gave two performances nt
tbo theater yesterday ami last night o
good houses, despite the bad weather
•■The Prlaoner of Algler*" the m.tl
nets bill and “Jack's Sweetheart -- w.u
prmluced t night. The com [Mr, y present
ed both bills creditably and the spocijl-
Itea were wel. received.
The bill at the matinee this afternion
win be "The Captains Mate -- and to
night The Peat 1 of Savoy.”
The advance sale of scans for the per
formance of the Hussar -Minstrel Com
pany. on Monday evening, will open a*,
the box office to-morrow. Those who hava
purchased tickets from members of the
King - *' Daughters or others may exchange
throe for scat tickets at the box ofllce.
THEIR 35TH AfcAlt EHSAItt.
Firm of A. M. A C. W. t\ eat Over a
Third of i Oatary Old.
The nm. of A >1 * C. W. tNest. cele
orated Its 35th anniversary, yesterday.
Thirty-five year* Is a lon* time for a firm
to continue uninterruptedly in business,
nml the Messrs. Weal ore one of the
o des:. If not the oldest firm that has
been in business In Savannah unchanged
Mr Ctv At set. Jr..has for several y,a-s
b.eu a member <-.f tho firm, the otner
members of which are Messrs A M
West ami C. W. West. r . but other
wise the llrm stands aa It did over n thirl
of a century ago. ami Is doing hurinetw
nt the same okl stand, at Überty and
Whitaker streets. The Morning News,
with many others wishes the firm a sue
ressful rounding out of the naif cen
tury longer. _
HASKP.T HAM. UHIK TO-SIGHT.
Will be I’layed at the V. >l. C. A.
Ilrtween tlie lleda and the fllaea.
The regular Friday ladles - evening will
be held to-night at the Young Men - *
Christian Association at o'clock. The
basket ball garoa will bs between the
lleda and Blues A cloae and exciting
gome Is expected. The teams will line up
Krd* Positions. Blues.
Rot ureau forward Courvolsler
Patterson forward Hweat
IJoty. W.II center Elton. l.
1 tight on guard , HUn .!
Chandler guard Lovell
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY. DECEMBER 14.1900.
Mr. Taylor of Griffin Is a guest of
Mr. H C. Foy of Woycrose Is a guest
of the Screven.
Mr. D E. McQaw of Atlanta Is a guest
Of the De Soto.
Mr. Porter l.ansston of Atlanta Is a
guest of the De Soto.
Mr. August Schmidt of Darien Is reg
istered at the Pulaskt.
Mr. I-eo Huberts of Montleello, Go., Is
H guest of the Pulaski.
Mr II C Butcher of Philadelphia 1s
registered at the Do Soto.
Mr. J D. Shaw of West Farm, Fla., Is
registered nt the Scraven.
Mr. F. Spiek was a ivissenger of the
Plant System's yesterday for Philadel
Mr. tV. Templeton Johnson left vis
the Seaboard Air Lin* yesterday for
Mr. E. H. Middleton was a passen
ger of the Plant System yesterday for
Mr and Mrs. G. F. Thorne were among
the passengers of the Seaboard Air Line
yesterday for San Francisco.
General Superintendent W. B. Denham
of the Plant System has gone to Cincin
nati, having rom-ti-d <1 ,he business of tho
conference that drew him and other I\ant
System and Louisville and Nashville offi
cials to Montgomery
The holiday trade that the merchants
have enjoyed for some days suffered a
deckled fall mg off yesterday on account
of tlfc wel weather. Those who would
have done shopping doub less considered
that there are days enough between thin
and Christmas to admit of their getting
what they wanted and decided to watt
until fairer one
VERDICT tG AIWT n tiI.WAV.
Charleston Jury l.nve Attorney
llnuimoml glut* llninnae*.
Augustu. Lee. 13 —Mr. Henry Hammond.
,i prominent attorney of Augusta, received
a verdict for 1100 to-day In Charleston. In
a suit for Jlu.uou, which he brought against
the city railway of Charleston.
In I*OT Mr. Hammond purchased. In
Augusta three round-trip excursion tlck
els to the Isle of Palms anil return. He
carried two friends with him as his
guest* on the trip. Returning from the
is,nisi, the coupons were ail removed
from the tickets by the ticket-laker on
the ferry boat, who assured Mr. Hammond
it would be all right on the car from
the boat io the depot as It was all under
the same managemeirt.
The street ear conductor, however, de
manded pay from Mr. Hammond which
he refused, ami after much argument.
Mr. Hammond and ills frleml* were.finally
arrested by a policeman t the Instance
of the car conductor, charged with be
ing <b id beats and driven to police hnid
qt:[lcra In the Black Marie.
Mr. Hammond entered suit against the
street railway company and regard* his
verdict as u moral triumph though the
amount of the verdict la trifling. It It
very unusua* for Charleston Jurlee to give
verdicts against the cliy railway, even
In favor of Charlestonian*. Mr Ham
mond made the light In the interest of
the public to make Charleston railway
conductors and tlcket-t.ikers more care
( Hit.ll 111 HVKU TO DEATH.
It Had Urea Left b, Its Parents hear
a lllti Fire.
Beaufort. S. C.. Dec. 13—A 2-year-old
negro boy was burned to death nt Dixon
village, a. suburb of this place, yesterday
Mack McKinley, fhe father of the un
fortunate babe. Is a laborer ami was ab
sent from home a; the time of the ac
cident. The mother was a.t work In a
held a few rods away from the house,
where she had left her baby playing In
front of a huge lire. When her atten'lon
was attracted by loud screams from
within the shanty, hastening there she
found the child enveloped In flames,
which she extinguishes! with a bucket of
water. The child was clad In a k rig
cotton garment, which had Ignited llko
Medical help was summoned, but could
avail nothing and the Infant died In great
agony a few hours later. Coroner It H
Hims was summoned and held an Inquest,
verdict In accordance with the fact* as
narrated being returned hy the Jury.
THOMAS BOOSE FRASER DEAD.
IVrll-Kaenn and Prominent Cltlaen
of tooth ( nrollna.
Columbia. S. C.. Dec. 13 -Thomas Boone
Frexer died at his home at Sumter to
day. aged 75 years. He was one of the
Judge* of the od regime, being displaced
In lt by a Tlllm.mite. O W. Buchanan.
He served In the legislature eight
year*, being a membrrof the House which
called She secession convention.' He was
on th# stafT of Gen J B. Kershaw, and
loter served on th* ben ti with him. In
IX7 he we* senator from Sumter county
and member of the State Democratic Ex
ecutive Committee, doing no little so pro
mote th* victory of Wad* Hampton
In IST, he was eHcted Judge and served
sixteen years. He a a member of the
constitutional convention of IDS and chair
man of fhe commM'.ee which revised that
instrument. He was for long years an
eider In the Presbyterian Church, a godly
man. and a* a Judge, was regarded as
faithful, careful, boneat and Just
WANT GOVERNMENT E\III HIT.
C linrlfston E\|ottlon I* *rekins nn
4|lr*|r l#%l lun,
Washington. Ik*. 13 —A 'Miration of
rßUcrii from CtvarlMtdO wa# h**r' to-#fay
to uric* upon Comcrri*# an appropriation
of S2Sm.(JOO to cWray h* expenses of a xrov
ornm* nt exhibit at tho com In* exi*a*RJon
to be heltl in Charleston.
Th# delegation w.* composed of C*apt.
F W Winner, premie nt of the Exposi
tion; J C. Hemphill. Mr. Whitney and
Mr Lebbey of tho local commitP# Th ,i ee
rentlemen eonforrsd with senators and
reprfM'M itive* from South !*arolha and
ii#*orxta on the subject, and alno with
members of the Cctnminee on Approprla
t.ons, who have tlic matter In rhorfr.
The hMI has alrea lv psssfd th#* fleri.ite
at the Inaiarvco of fl rio or TtliniMn and
now awo t the cocurren>e of the H use.
There sos mr to In* a frtewlly ihapnMtn
on the t>art of iKflh hausws of Conare**
towards th# Charleaton ente-rprlse. and It
i* probable that the <le*lre#l appropriation
will be rn.i-l** bef.ire the end of !h** pres
ent session of Conicre.**
Capt. Waicner an l MaJ Hemphill re
turn-Hl t< Charleston fe-nlxht. Istvlnir
other meailier-# of the !<•!♦ *ctun here to
aid the South Carolina eouiireaatnen In
looklnfc aft#*r Charleston’s lnter#*st*.
NKIiNO II %IS BNlblf*POX.
Fioatnore Merolinnf llld Not \%nnl
lllm or Ills lotion.
Beaufort, P C , Dee 13 Mr. Georpe W.
WHk ns of the Arm of M Donald, Wilkins
A Cos., cotton factors and seneral mer
chants at Frognrw-re. 8t Ife) na Island, re
lates the following inci#lent which oc
curred yesterday at his store.
A neirro man. accompanied by a small
urchin, approached him. when to his dis
may he perceived that the former was
sufferlnc from a. malignant type of rut i|l
|wx. his fa*’e literally resemblln* a wet
sponge The merchant ordered him to
halt where he was and not venture an
other step towards him. The ti#*gro obey
e#l, muttering s#me*hing about having
cotton to hnU. Mr Wil iam** Informed him
• hat he did not want him or tile* rot-on
and told him he muat return at once
wlrrs he cam# from Cpvn Inquiry It de
veloped thoi the man had come from a
penthouse near the flstferthw ilte place
opposite Fort Royal. There are several
isolnt#*d rae at the disease on At- He
lena and Far * Islands, an 1 the man had
In s>me unaccountable monner evaded
the vigilance of his custodian*. Hu was
promptly returned to the per:house.
AI til m HOOF sqi \IIIII.II
Grand Jury and Hoard of Education
Augusta, Dec. 13.—The last present
ments of the Richmond county gr and Jury
called upimi the Board of E lucatlon to
change the sewerage arrangement#* In the
Central Grammar flehool In this city.
The Hoard of Education decline l to do
so, denied the* right cf the gr ind Jury to
give directions of the kind and also ques
tioned Its competency to Judge of such
m liters. At the same time ITesl lent Fos
ter of the Board of Health was rolled on
by the Hourd of I>lu at lon for hi* opin
ion and de aped the system of the Cen
tral S Pool thoroughly .-anltary.
Th#* member* of the grand Jury have
l**en called together to-morrow by Fore
man H. 11. T>‘Antlgnuc. at which tlm**
It |s -xi*e< -#i they will reply to the posl
i|cn .n-1 criticism of the Board Edu
cation flom thing raey l* exp* t#v| by
the public. Th** grand Jury Is not called
together by th## court, however, ami can
take no official action to-morrow.
WONDBRFY CAN RIDE AGAJN.
Four Favorites U on In (lie Hares al
New Orlean*. Dec. 13. -The steward# this
morning lifted the bun of suspension of
Jor key Won#lerly for hla riding of the
horse Jessie Jarhoc on Dec. 6. and Kp*
sen Ixc. 7. accepting hi** exobmailon.
Four favorites won. flummarles:
First Race—Bel.lng, sevrn furlongs.
Dave Waldo. 3 to 2. won. with Olekma,
8 to 1. *#* ond. ami Onoto, 6 to 1, third
flecond Race—Belling, five and a half
furlongs. Dlvonne. r to J. won. with
HeUe of Elgin. 9> to l, second, and Orrt**
Goan. 6 to 1. third. Time 1:13.
Third Race—Bering, five and a half fur
longs W J Deboe. 6 to 1. won. with
Hylo, 8 to 1. second, and Matin. 4 to 1,
third Time 1:1186
Fourth Rac#* pelltng. on© mile ami a
sixteenth. Monk Woman. 3to 2. won. with
Fhldtas, 7 to 1, aer-ond. and Helen Faxt#>n.
15 to 1. Ihlrd Tim## 1:56
Fifth liar#—Belling, one mile. I/cum
Blossom. 3 to 2. won. with Bauber. 2 to
5. second, and Col. Cassidy. 30 to 1. third
Sixth Race—Helling. six furlong*
Scrivener, even. won. with Jim W.. 3 to
2. s*#'omi. and Brown Veil, 10 to 1, third
HE ftftOT HIM NEYENGB.
(iolngk, lllseharKed l*> Splnwn, fterl
nnsly W#unls Mini.
Columbia. B C.. T>ac, 13 —At I‘nlon this
afternoon J 31. Bpiawn, spinning-room
boss, was fired upon three timet by Tom
Oolngs. an employee, whom ffplawn hid
Just fci„ t o~> k effe t
and Bpiawn Is dangerously W'OundeO.
Goings has not been captured.
Hitt Wauls to He a trnator.
Washington, D©e 18—Representative
Hilt of Iff! no la to-day made formal an
nouncement of his candidacy the
United State* Senate.
r ihetteu uiTr
the ring—from Fegta** My eiter got
hers tnere 12 year# ego. amt it \> an g<**!
as new now. ai 1 she aut het hu*!ai-1
have hrrn lucky ever sin • The sum
b**r of nn finger \* B* s II 1r Jewelry
aid Shaving Supply lion*-* 28 East
Brought*** Th plat •* where hair, plati
num ■ *!! gold, old stiver amt ol,| coins ara
taken a* a eh. mail orders for birth.lay.
ee*kling and Chriatnaas presents promptly
AT*\ ERTISI-MENTf* SFT IN <\\T
ITAIbS Wild, BE PRINTED IN DRA*
BIFIED ADVERTISEMENT t’OId’MN
FOR TWO t’ENTB A Word No AD
VERTISF \1 ENT TAKEN FOR l-ESS
K EE I’lll’Nil A CO.. CORNER WHIT
ak*r nml Überty str#>ets. hea*squarteni for
Chines** nnd Japanese fancy g>sali*. less,
et** . at l*w prl< #*s. Oriental and Turkish
ornstix nts b#dow cost price, i tne and
HOW ABOFT TO VU WINTER
clothing' let us put it in shap- S p r
month Sterling Pressing oiub. lit York w
TRY lIETTFRICH’B CANDY. FOBI
lively pur#*, cry st tilled fruit *aortel is"
pound, cherries and ginger, same p i-;
chocolate, assortesl, Sh* pouitd; sswral
line candy. 25*' pound. ll<> fliaie. wo.*t.
YOr W 1 Ft* DIKE THE MILK FROM
Springfield Dairy; It s rich and pure. ir>
"HOLIDAY Ill’Gfl, OARFKTfI. FOR
Here*. e curtains, sn.l h thousand ami
otie article# t* gladden th** g****! wife s
heart C F Miller, agent.
HYACINTH tVP NARCISSI fl IH’LBfl
paints rubber plant* nit flower# and
floral designs from Dels# hlg s Nursery.
optKvite Catholic Cemetery J Gardner,
sgent. 12 Hrougliton afreet, ess*
ELEGANT MEDROiKM FI RNITERE
dining room furniture, china rlosern. si.
ver cases. *ik*hoanl.H. buffet*. mlrror*BV>t
wardrobe*, etc.; >ur Inim* nae st#>* k mu.it
b>* seen to be appreciated. C. F Miller,
CHOICE LINE OF WILT/>W ANT'
cobbler scat rocker* for th* - h 11 lays, at
Teepla'a. 317 Broughton, west.
I AM NOW LOCATED AT 414 WEfl* r
Broughto#!. ring ip 11 as* if you want to
have your fund nr# m*v*d or pack# I for
shipment or stnrtge, I guarantee prl e#
ih# same aa ! do the wrk that's gLen
to me. A fl. Griffin. 414 Brought on etr#l.
west, mattress*# mule l oni- r
HOW ABOFT YOITR WINTER
clothing** let u put It In ship . $ pr
month flt# rllng Dressing Club, 1* York w
GO To HETTKIUCF S FB CANDY
mint wafer*, clnnnruon w.if rs; ikliclous
for the sick. Ilatterlch's. HO Mt*ie. wi.
MGlLLlfl' LACE CURTAINS WILL
beautify your parlor.
KENSINGTON FARM MILK IB UN*
surpassed for rtohneas, and livery la per
f-ct, phone. 2 46
IF ITS REGS YOU WANT YOU CAN
get them etieapar from M•■Gi;lls
OILT CHAIRS. T A BLEB. cot’CHEc
iHYgy corner*, reception chair*, leather
hairs; an Immense assortment nt rea
sonable prices. C. F Miller, agent.
WHEN YOF SEE MGlLLlfl SIXTY.
Inch W-cmi rtig*. you will buy tham.
Just can't help It. will sell In any quan
••FURNITURE MOVE!* WITH CARE/'
la a specialty with M** 4 dills.
TKEFLE 18 fl HOW ING A LIVE
of carp#*t*. matting rugs, rhade*. Fno
leum; cheapest in town
IMMENSE LINE OF RATTAN ROCK
#n* from sl.4* up to sls. C. F. Miller,
KIMBALL s ANTI - RHBUM ATIC
ring every rheumatic ought to wear. J
Gardner, agent. 12 llrouguton street, ea*t
M GlLLlfl 19 CHEAP ON RUG*. NETS
lace curtain*, hammocks, wafer coolers
plitows. picture#, etovea, suits,
and furniture of ever# #le*crlpilon.
HOW A ROUT Your WINTER
clothing'* let u* put it in nhap' ; $1 per
month Sterling Pressing Club, It* York, w.
MILLERS HOLIDAY GIFTS FOR
brother# and other fellows* brother#,
you will have to call and examine our
immense line in order to thoroughly #*p
predate the subject. C. F. Miller,
FOR A PRETTY BEDROOM SUIT
parlor and dining-room furniture, >oj
should go to Teepla'a,
KENSINGTON FARM IS ON AN
•levgtln’t in the un ty fr# from city
drainage lmpnsalH© f r ml k to ktecoiiie
contaminated, by Impure odors; If you
want pure Jersey milk, phone 2345 De
livery prompt; satisfaction guaranteed.
M’GILLIfI MOVES PACK 9 All IPS
and store-- piano# nr>d furniture. Peat work
only, no * Cheap-John" pi Ices—no "t heap
CANARY BIRDS. GOLD FISH W.C
ter gme bone flour at 12 Broughton
MILLER'S HOLIDAY OIFTB FOR
sisters and other fellows' sisters; t>ilet
tables. Indies' desks * hlff#>nlers. pictures
of all kln#ls: come and ©e. ii*. w- mil help
you out. (’. P Miller, agent.
M'GILI.IB fIELIJI BIXTY-INCH RUGS
—Smyrna patterns—for rents.
TREBLE FAN HAVE YOU MONEY ON
at ova#. st#*el rune#*, ell heaters and hot*
■tuff heaters 317 Broughton, wegt.
MILLERS HOLIDAY GIFTS FOR
children; dolls an#) toys of every descrip
tion; chairs, baby carriages. g>-cgrt*.
velocipede*, tricycles, expree* wagons, pi
trol wagons. F. Miller, agent
IF 501 WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, ord# r your lithcgra(>hed and
prlntel stationery and blank books from
Morning News, Savannah Ga.
PHOTO bit A PHY.
FINEST PHOTOH MOST REASON*
able prices, one with a.i# and x-n cabi
net# mounted • n a lovely Xma and New
Yeara card, I am making * #p>cll run
on crayon, pastel <ind watercolor In hji l
sotn#* fram# s nt very low prl* <* f o r th*
holidays; a fine present. • *♦# l#ty e *gmnt
line of frsm*s, etc. Wilson's Studio, 41
M EDI CAL.
iIOW ARK YOUR FEET? IF YOUR
feet are troubling you, cad on me and I
will give you relfef. ! cur# Ingrown.g
nails, corns and all d!a es of th# frei
witty>ut pain. < barge* reasonable. an
give t>># best reference# In th# -I*y; pa
tients treated at residences; orders can
be left at Llvtngston's drug store. Bull
and *origr - s" streets telephone 293 Lem
Davis, surgeon chiropodist
BRICKLAYERH WANTED, 10 GOOD
men. at naval station. Fort Royal. H C.;
elgh-bour work. Apply at station.
Charles W. Noble.
WANTED. A YOUNG MAN 19 YEARS
of age, terni*ral y pMSitf#>ii, to do city o -
letting and n--i*t .n >ffb#. must !*• n
curate in figures, thoroughly h>n-*i; sal
ary s#; a week. Answer, with reference.
Address "Honest,** e*re Morning News.
WOODSMAN WANTED WHO CAN
furnish good referenc#* and plenty of tur
r>er)t|ne hand* Apply at once, it J
Bishop. LMridge. Fla
“WANTED. A WHITE MAN (MAR
rled preferred), to care for n place on the
salt#, near Havurmah, must understand
gardening and cure of cows and horses;
pay SBO per month ar.d a good home to
live In A#idre#v with references. Jasper,
care Morning Ntwa, Savannah. Ga.
HALEBMKN WANTED TO BELL OUR
goods by sample to wnote*ala and retgjl
trads; we are the largest and only man
ufaettirera in our lire in th© world, liberal
salary paid. Address, t n-i>ex Mfg Cos.,
office, 28 Board of Trade Building, Bavaa
•II I P U OTF.I)-FFHALE.
\\ INI I I ■ A w < *\i v \ t- > COOK AND
do gen*r;il h<Misewvrk Apply at 887 East
11 EMENTfI BET IN CAP
ITAIxS WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAfI
HIFIKD 3DVERTIBEMKNT COLUMN
FOR TUC*FNT9 A WORD NO AD
VERTIfIFMENT TAKIXN FOR LE&9
WANTED. B 1 A YO N
tbm as clerk for whoP-th*
house. be*t of referen <Addrvs X Y.
WANTED. TO TR.WEI IIAHHDA
territory for wholesale hardware house;
small -alarv and commission, he-t >f ref
eren* #-. Add##*- # llanlwaie. Mot nn
U %XTF.l>—Mist !•;Ll.AXkbit s.
WANTED. FOR CABII. ImhlWimiD
and iH'ivinun lg“ Southern llardwnr
Company. F * iu*x t'harb t*n. fl •
I WANT TO BUY THREE IIOUBEB
fr*m tw t# eight thousand lolla>r *•-
trllv Address Investor, Nr*-
IF YOU WANT A PLACE TO DU 811*
earth, dirt, sand, manure, etc fr#** of
charge. Just at city Until*, hauling over
hard road wilt© w telephone Brown
Bros . corner Andeisoo and Last Bread
IF YOU WANT OOOD 31 ILK. GET IT
frsn S|# inghrUl Dairy , Its rich, pure and
ADVKRTIBEMENT9 AFT IN CAP
IT A1 jfl WILL ItE PRINTED IN CLAfI
SH IED ADN ERTISEMKNT COLUMN
For TWO CENTB A WORD NO AD
VERTIfIFMENT TALON FOR IJSBB
IB HMS !’i R RE Nl' A T~ TWENT S
West Hull sir<*ei f-ar Ifloto. F##*l
offU*e, High fl> hool and Theater.
FLATN FHIt ltn\T.
KUT.VNT BIX Ru.\l I'bAT IN
g 1 loa(U>n, furnished or unfurnished,
prlvit- bath Apply :*t\ Aib i *n w*st.
FoR RENT A FIxAT OF FOUR
rami with use of hath. 313 Prl- e .*ar*ev
FOR RENT. COMFORTABLE HOUSE
No 217 Waldburg sir eel. east, be tween
Abe room and first-<*4.ise order
and condition; everv eonvnlenre Right
rent to right tenant Estate Hal>mon
Cohen. West Broad aid Bnmghfiin streets
FOR RENT 221 DUFFY STREET
*' • **i. i new' hou*. . gvas. eu-.-tric light
jw.rcdain tub aid all convonleneei>. Apply
310 Bryan fr**i. west
FOR RENT. NIUE TWO-fITORY COR
ner him-**. Ainlerson and L nc*4n, $lB D.
FOR RENT OR fl S LK. THAT MAG
nlrtcent residence #>n the oiith#‘4St corner
of Gwinnett and Barnartl streets 1 D Ia
I-VR RENT SEVERAL DESIRABLE
residence:*, thoroughly renovated A;piy
A Wylly, ag*nt. 12 liryan str*--t. #si#t
FOR lim r-ATOItK*.
N 2fi BAY. WEST. SUITABLE FOR
grocery ami bar r *n i gr<e*ery. In
qull f<r key No. ♦VJu flay, west
FOR RENT. THE TWO MOAT DE.
slrsble ofores In flavannab, rorm r
of Whitaker. Ht*t< nr,l Frealdent streets,
opposlt# n# w PoaßHth #*. W 31 A W E
I (HI HKNT-HIV LT.LASI.Ot S.
LARGE WAKKHOUBK AND OFFICE
FOR RENT. CORNER BROUGHTON
AND WEST BROAD STREETS FOR
MERLY OCCUPIED BY THE SAVAN
NAH CARRIAGE AND WAGON CO. II
F fl MART
FOR RENT oil SALE. THAT ELK
gam farm, four mile# n the Augusta road
(paved), containing two hundred and
ihrru acres, fifty of Which are under a
high state of cuiilvution, there are on th
plac* three lwetiings. twu kirg#* laarns
and packing she-1 a fine arteeLn well;
everv thing In flrst-dasa order, two mil
roaua run thiougn th© land. 1. li. I-*
Bo* it# .
FOR RENT. ON THE OOERCHEE
rcM-l. Ik tween thr**© and fom-mll# po#te
(trolley car* nearly t tw< mile post), land
in Ids from one acre to on© hundred;
asm# can la- bought In large or small lots
on e*y terms. <* H l*>ra©tt.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITA IJ4 WILL ME PRINTED IN CLAfI
fUFIKD ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO UK NTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
FOR # IIK %l. KvrtTK.
AiiV LRTISKMLNIB HET IN CAP*
FIALfI WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAfI
SIFTED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKUN FOR LElftfl
FOR HALE TIIE UNDIVIDED HALF
of the plantation known a* "Sharon." sit
uated llv tnilra front city Court House.
For terms, particulars, et#* . apply or ad
dress It. H Richards, Southern Rank
TURPENTINE LAND LARGE
tract f**r sale. Gifford At Cos., Ja ksort
FOR SALE THOSE LOTH ON NINTH
atreet, near East Broad; hav# only been
sold to fir nt-< lass |Mrtl*s. who will make
good nelghlors; an#l none others can buy
Th# t**rrns are very eaay. ami th#y r©
cheaper than any others In th# vicinity
C If. Dorset!
FOR SALE. A Ifl>T FOR TWO HUN
dre l d-tlar*. easy term*, on Ninth street,
near East Broad, no city taxation. C. If.
FOR SALE l-OTfl ON NINTH STREET
n*nr East Brood, no city taxes, si SBIO
• n ti; twenty-five do.bus < ash. and easy
monthly payments, c. II Dofsett.
FOR HALE. LOTH ON NINTH. NEAR
East Rrosd. # I7'*i © b will soon
te idvancel to $236. whan a lot has been
|m and for I ran arrange to g t a hun t
built. C. If Dors* 11
RESIDENCE AND BUILDING* LOTS
|M kti all over the city. Robert II
T itern, real estate *1 aler. No. 7 York
TIMBER. TIER AND WOOD—FOR
sa.e. 6.300 *crm. on S#*ah#>ar4l Air Lin©
Hutlroad. about seventy-ffv#* ml!#** from
Savannah, and will cut about a# follows:
3.W.OW> fet mill tlmer, 36,000 r>*sties,
25.000 <ord wood. Brobston. F*en<llg A
Cos., Brunswick. Ga.
ADVERTISEMENTS RET IN OAl”
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RIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT 1 TAKEN FOR
FOR SAMC*-Mh( KI.LANDOt 8.
A FREE SAMPLE OF BENZOIN
Balm f#r v-haps and rough skin, given to
any la#ly calling at Perea#'# drug *r#>res.
Henry and Abercorn, Tay.or and Whita
IF YOirVH <HIT TWO LUNGS LEFT.
S*#v Item will cure your cough, a dollar
bottle guaranteed to cun* or money re
funded Fersse’s drug stores.
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS CASH
buys the only factory In thl# city, worth
$15,000. Address Box 129.
ADVERTISEMENTS RET IN CAP
ITALS WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAfI
SI FI ED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOB TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOB
Al mo* %AI.ES Till# DAT.
TO-DAY II a m w# w:ii sell fV Plano,
Mason A Ifamlln fl rrling organ.
Ladle*' Suits. 11l v b* Skirt#, cloaks,
•I i* k - - Bilk
Watts, line mat# rai They MUST BE
Limps. Furniture, Carie!*, Machine#,
Stoves. All without reserv*
A WINERIGIIT, Auctioneer.
SAVANNAH AI < TioN AND COMMIS
11l Whitaker street.
FOR IAUC %S!%('fta.I.AAIOOI fl.
TURPENTINE FARM. IN ACTIVE
o|>ration. f'*r sub - itnmoliAle delivery;
pb-nty of hand* nn*l .•# freight For par
ti mar# Apply to i'lu snutt A O'Neill, fla •
• WITH YOUNG CALVES. FOR
© tie ‘ a.j 47i w. i Rouialary street, sea
FIR? Fit uF HAITI WR CARRY A
fine line .*f ffr** |f f- fes In #to<'k at all
times Th# part lea in see exactly what
they at* j. taig Our pn •*# ire ta low
a*- mamif.i iur**r #e|] st, wlii freight aikV
e<| Parties int#re*i©d. wh*t wish a good
ffr# pr#H>f sa! will do well to Inspect
our stork IJpprusn Bros , Lippman
b4> k. agent# f*r mmufu turers.
•II #l\l:## ( II •%( E*.
ADVERT Ifl LAI K NTS Si T T\
IT At At WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD no AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
•!%< KM.AMKOt #.
w a^'TttpiTev? -
ERA. ALflo GRATES AND PARTS
PI T IN AND REPAIRI I P II KIEK
NAN, 1 STATE STREET. WEST
WE GIVE YOU EITHER DOMESTIC
or gloss finish, perfect work Forest (.'My
lei undry. Park avenue.
Bi:E*RE YOU PERCIIAfIE WALL
paper, don't f#>rg#*t Taylor, hi# new stock
and low ptb*. will p|eis you, 141 Bar
TIIE ItESORriNE ANTTSEI'TIC PRO’-
*• *# I© th most safisla* mrv to r)©an
cl flhee. don© nly by N**w York Steam
Dye Work** Whitaker ami State
NEW DOMESTIC WITH BALL
bearing** on **uv t#- mi. try on#, buy ont;
deal with your 4>e<*ple Pet,(on A Son.
FOR FISHING TACKLE. NETS. ETC~
c (o Cornwall A Ch pman.
"WE CAN REPAIR ANY STOVE
made. #ll work doti© by *ipei
Hoiknifti and guaranteed; will take your
<dd stov# in ex< tang* *<n a n**w on** A.
C. Price A- Ct*. Siaftt and J* fT**r#on
streets; phones fi#
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
sewer pi|© - . fir** brick. Mr** clay, ol* snl
varnish* gtv# ua a call A lams Paint
JMIN'T TItoUMLE YOURSELF ABOUT
moving your furniture, relaying your car
pets or mstting Perry A Hentort will re
lieve you of all that trouble.
OUR GERMAN READY MIXWD
paint Is srvll under a guarantee; liave your
hous** isilnted with it. ALms Paint < om
PHONE 1576 FOR FOREST UITT
Laundry They will call for your iinao
LARGE AND NEW STOUR OF WALL
paper. Just arrived will make pr! •* to
suit you William Taylor. 141 Barnard
NEW DOMESTIC HEWING M A CHIMB
wifri ball I*# a ring * lo* # #1 * tialn etlichj
two machine* In on** Panton A B*n.
WE ARE DYKING NOW BY TUB
n*w oxsdye process; especially adapted
for ladle© fine crepon and talktr-mada
dresses, send us your w'ork and you will
tie pleased. New York Htcurn Dya Works.
KOR HARDWARE AND TOOUI. GO
to Cornwell A ChlptiMH*a
ir you Vant oood matkiuai.
•I.) work, oruor your lllhogisphad and
printed ,utlt>nrry and blank book* (ran
Morning Now, B-vunnah. Oc
hi no rr nnoßiiiA or hri.l.
■phono., for gut m.ntol., • hlmnov*. ole.:
. Min M Mm root, m.nto!,, 10. IS. 10.
■ ltd .1. ronl. AC I’llco A C'O.. Htnlo an 1
MURK THAN ONK IIVNORKD CENT*
in .very .lolbir of your bard~oamod bard
rath at the Hmilharn Oroc.ry t mpany,
lit (larnard atraat.
PERRY A BENTON 5 STATE
atroal. wo,t. will movo. park, ahlp or atora
your ftiriilturo at abort notk-; 1.0 ran
oval.- your old maltrruaoß at IK Ha cod.
Ilcli 'phono 1124 ______
WANTF r>. ONK TIIOtTBAND IICN:
gry p.op!o at lha Southam Orocary Coat
pany, lit lUrnard atraat
THE M'rtT I*P TO-DATE WORK Id
bring lurnad out by Koraat City I .aundry.
•|’hnr ISTS •
FOR THF. MOST SF.t.KCT AND
largost atork of wall paprr In tha eltjr,
g to Taylor. 141 Rnrmrd.
FENTON A RON. WJI.T. HKNOVATH
your ma-blnr md guarantra 11. Bril naw
or old nrarhlrtaa.
FOH HANOF.R AND HTOVKW. OO TO
Cornwall A Chlpman
ADVKTtTISKMFNTR BFT JN c Ar-
ITAIJ- VMM. HR PRINTED IN CUAB
ftIFIED ADVKRTIHBMKNT COLUMN
FOH TWO CKNTH A WORD NO AD
v RTMKMENT TAKEN FOR LM
A FFl.fi LINK OF OItATFR JIIBT
ro< alvrd will aril any of thr -• pi-ain
parta. A,lama Faint i otnpany, 101 C'H
girr atraat, want.
DON'T FAIL TO BF.K OCR LINK OF
liathtuba; they arr up to data; railmatra
, hi—rfully (urntabwl on any kind of
plumbing work. A C Frlra A Cos.. Htxta
and Jefferaun atrrot-4 'photiaa <M.
RBDL'CB YOUR LIVING KXFKNBE*
by Invratlng your hard-aarnrd ban! cash
with tha Houthern Orocary Company, 114
advkrtiskmrntb' bkt In cap
ita I/t WILL HI! FRINTKD IN ''MB
BIFIBD ADVERTISEMENT CrtI.CMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VEKTIBKMENT TAKEN FOR 1.E311
IF YOU WANT - GOOD MATERIAL
and work, order your llthogriphrd and
printed alntlonery and blank b oka (maa
Morning Nrwa, Bavinnab. On.
“MOTHER GOOSE CMED,”
For aalo at ail Nrw> Btanda In Savannah.
Whrruu John R. Fennell ban applied to
irdlnary (or lett, m diamHwory
ii,, admlalatra'tor on the estate o( Mary
II Fennell, d<<*aaed.
Then* art-, then-lure, to dta and ed
monlah all wham It may concern to he and
appear before said court to make objec
tion (H any they have) on or before the
fifteenth day of March. 1901, otherwise said
letters will he granted.
Witness, the Honorable Hampton L
Ferrlil. ordinary (or Chatham county, IMS
the thirteenth day of December, 1900.
FRANK F. KEILBACH.
Clerk C. 0.. C. C.
ir YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, order your Ilthogrxphed and
printed stationery and blank books (toot
Horning Naves, Ua varnish, Go.