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APPROPRIATIONS TOO HIGH.
GOV. FAXDI.RII utv HC.tM; OH VFTO
SOMFI U' TIIKM,
Kill Paeaed by I hr* l,nllMrf
Would Cfflr H Mrll of ,%•>!
kWO.iNHt-Tkr Governor Mill *old
Ttl> If Po**ll,le. nod Will Cot
Dimn or Col llnl dome of he Ap
proprlnllnn*—N. Ultra Vrrrlon I*
Atlanta Dor 17 —Gov. Candler 1 not al
nil aatuftrJ with th“ appropriation bill I
I>****o on Bat uni .if right by the Gcnrral
II k* raid the Governor Ihlnka the ap
propriations aw entirely ion large, and
tluii they amount to more than the reve- ]
nua of the naie el l be for the neat two
It I* ina general belief that tlov. t’and- 1
ler trill si-xlf mime of the appropriation* ’
Too Uovrmor favor* a* low a tax role |
a* possible, and during htr campaign lyr
Governor In l*y* he advteoled Vow lax. !
During hit admin.siration the rate war
lowerid exactly on* rent, and he had
hoped to continue the reduction
To bow thnt the Governor la rot reun
ited. and that lie wants to know the ex- :
a<-t condition the treoaury will l>e In be- '
fore he approve* the approprlntlon bll , j
the follow In| letler was rent bv him Ihla
morning to Con troll* r tleneral Wright:
"Hon. tV A Wright Dear Bit: I heg to;
requeat that you at your .orlleat pracli- j
cable convenience. furni-h this depart- j
mein in ok,* an ertlmate a poetlble of ,
the total net re i jcr from all source* of
the treasury during Ihe next year, said es
timaie to be l* I on taxation hxe>l In the
tax art jut parsed by the General As
sembly tHigiudi A. I> Candler,
Directly on re- elpt of the letter Oon
tnoiicr General Wright went to work, ami
at U o'clock he rent th* following comm-J
--nloation to the Governor, which contains
the revenue which will be derived by I ix
attori ami other source* In the next year:
Stale's litllmslnl Inewiae.
"Atlanta. Dec. 17—lion Allen D. Can
dler, Governor. Atlanta, Ua.. My I>ear Htr
—I am In receipt of your favor of even
date requesting that I furnish >ou an er
tlmate of the total net re elpts from all
soon ea at the treasury during the next
year, sari estimate bared on she rale of
taxation f!xe<| in Ilie lax an Just pursed
by She General Assembly . and the re
ceipts which tirey be reasonably expeeted
trosu sll sources during rtld year.
"1 beg to submit below the Information
asked for. Item z ng the receipt* for gen
eral purpose-, n (tool purpoaes and under
the sutklng fund set. sad assessments j
beead upon the present essment of
property In thl* state, amounting to 3435,-
piMXst in round numbers.
The net amount for general purposes at j
Ih* levy of S.l mills Is Sl,2M.lift. The net |
amount s- hoot purr-ore* ot sin levy of 7 1 j
mills, te PH!*-hit. The net amount raised
al 25 mills for the rink ng fund $161,138.
Making a total from the taxes upon prop
erty of $3 ?<*! 79* From taxer on rrofea
aotis, esthnuted. s4<U*Kt, from other roure.
es estlnucted, 31.363.057. making a total
from all sour er of 33,567 sin. To thla may
be added She tax at the above rale on
the prohwh’e Increase In the value of prop
erty for 1901 3M.153 Added to the above
lotat thla makes $3,591,<U® •• Very Irutly
"Wm A Wright Controller General."
As will be reett from the figures given
the revenue to be expected will amount
The appropriation- ftr the next year
are estimated In round numbers al 13.•
9t*UO) which would leave a deficit of
nearly I*tooo. and would probably neces
sitate borrowing by the state.
No Kxtra Session I. lively.
President of the Senate Howell, ami
Speaker of the House Little, were In con
sultation with the Governor for el.out
thirty minutes thl* aftamoosi. The appro
prtauon Mil war discussed, ami It <s said
shat an extra resalon of the General A
serntdy was talked of. but w Iren asked
about the extra session the gentlemen
twtkl there was no probability of one. Un
der the oonatllutlon of she state the Gov
ernor Iwr the power to veto any section
of the a|u>rofiritlon bill, and It Is now
believed that lie will turn down several
of them The Governor will make known
his Intenslost* when he receive* the bill.
I'rirsds of Trek tstlsss.
I‘resldent l.>nwn Hall of the Ttehno
lcglcal School culled on the Governor this
afternoon ami asked him If ho would
approve the appropriation of $40,(10® to the
Technological Bchssol He War Inform* 1
by the Governor that he could take no
official action until he tecelvi-d she bill
The Governor refused to say what he
would do. Asa result Mr. Ilall and the
friends of the Tech are uneasy sbou:
their money from the state, as the large
donations which will be given are on the
condition that the s¥>,(• be appropriated
by the state.
AGAINST THR ARMY t AXTKF.N.
neanlntlna of Protest by Methodist
Atlanta. Ga.. Dec. 17,-Thc Atlanta
Methodist ministers this morning paose.l
a resolution protesting agalnat the per
petuation of the canteen In th# TJnllad
The resolution was Introduced by Rev
J. W. Quintan and was In the form of
a memorial addressed to the Military
Committee of the Senate and has already
been forwarded to that body A copy was
also sent to Senator A. S. Clay.
The canteen laws have tor some time
been regard*.l by a large class of people
as hostile to temperam*. The laws per
mit soldiers to buy Intoxicating drinks
under Aprtaln restriction*, and It Is urged
that they encourage drunkenness through
out the army The action taken by the
Methodist ministers Is significant, esp -
dally since Ibe resolution was paiae-1
without a dissenting vote. The resolu
tion was ss follows:
"Atlanta. Ua., Deo. 17. 1 —To the Mil-
Hary Committee of the United States Sen
ate, Wwehington. D. C.: The MelhodMt
ministers of Atlanta. In behalf of them
selves and their constituents, respectfully
petition and earneaiiy protest again*! any
■ mendnrrut of the army bill aa It passed
th* house, so as to perpetuate th* can
teen. J. 'V. Quintan."
This action on the pirt of ihe ministers
was brought about by Information receiv
ed by Dr. Quilltan to til* effect that
Archbishop lrelend of the Catholic Church
had petitioned that the canteen be made
perpetual In the army. The Archbishop
wan of th* opinion that tht* would regu
late drinking and he the best solution of
th# tarn pci ince difficulties among the sol
FlHfi AT THR PRISON rAHM.
Prison Commission Is Making aa
Atlanta. Dec 17 —The Prison Commis
sion la making an Investigation of the re
cent fire which occurred al the state
prison farm at Mtlladgsvbio (Several new
buildings, which were valued at tf.nOO.
ware destroy*.! It is thought that the
Sr* waa of Incendiary origin, and every
effort le being tn jAs to ferret out the real
oauee of the trouble. Th# farm I* located
aoveral mile* from the otty of Mllledge
vUte. and for that reason no assistance
could he rendered by the Are department.
TO Cl Nr. t rout I \ U4R lAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet*.
All druggists refund th* money If It falls
to cur* E W Grove's signature Is on
V eaeti box. *c -ad.
of Pure Blood
That is what is required by every
organ of the body, for the proper per
formance of its functions.
It prevents biliousness, dyspepsia,
constipation, kidney complaint, rheu
matism. catarrh, nervousness, weak
ness. faintness, pimples, blotches, and
toll cutaneous eruptions.
It perfects all the vital processes.
W P. R*w ton Mead stork. Ala. took Hood's
Sarsaparilla la make hit blood pur*. He
writ** that h* had aol f*lt w*!l hut tlr*d tor
ten* time Before he had fimtbed th* flrt
bottle of tbit m*dl*ln* he Dll better and
when he bed taken the teeond wet like
another men - free from that tired feeling
and able to do hie work.
Promises to cure and keeps the
premise. Accept no substitute, but
get Hood's today
H \ h villi: KILLED by mkk*.
Frail Between llrothere-ln-Law Hit
a Fatal Termination.
Athene. Ga . Dee. 17 —Mr. John H.
Hike* of winder, Ga , eltot and killed Mr
leery Harvllle, a young man about Z.
year* old, at B'.atbrm. Ga., Saturday
Th* killing arose from an old fetal
which comes from the prosecution of
Harvllle by Sikes, who Is his brother-in
law. The two men m* at Btstham Sat
urday afternoon and words quickly pass
ed. when Harvllle drew hls knife and ad
vanced upon Hikes. Friends Intervened
here, hut at Hikes Jumped Into his buggy
to go away Harvllle rushed upon him
w Ith his knife.
Sikes got down from hls buggy, drew
his plstdl nnd watted for him. Harvllle
rushed upon him. unl * he cut at Sikes,
Hikes fired and Harvlll fell dead In hls
Hikes gave himself up to the officers,
and wired to hls attorneys, Messrs. G. C.
Thomas and T J. Hhaekelford of thla
city. The case seems to be JusltAable
from all accounts.
KILLED OYLH LAND UAMR.
One Yearn la Dead anti Another Is
Colquitt. Oa.. lec. 17.—News has Just
reached here of a killing which took place
out on the Miller and Baker county line
last Hat unlay night James cook and
James Morris, two negroes, became In
volved in a fight over a game of cards,
which resulted In Cook kUling Mortis by
shooting him. The killing took place In
Miller county, but It was Just on or near
the county line, on what Is known as the
Whitehead place. The stayer la now In
Another negro wa* knocked In Hie head
Ihe same night over game of cards at
a festival at W. B Sheffield's place, three
miles norlh of Colquitt, Jt is thought ho
Will Ale. _
lIILLA SIGNED BY tiOt KHMIK.
Measures Heroine ISlss s by Ills Offi
Atlanta. Deo. 17—Gov Candler signed
the following measure# to-day:
An act to alter an s< t to establish tbs
Middle Georgia Military College.
An act to deAnr and regulate fraternal
An act In change the name of the Re
formatory Prison to the Industrial House
An art requiring dapoolts of insurance
and other companies to be registered.
An SCI to create anew charter for tho
city of Milledgevllle.
An act to provide for Ihe ruling of mar
shals and other officers.
Dr. Beenes hi on*# < linrgrs.
Atlanta. Dee. 17 —The Hoard of Police
Commissioners held a meeting to-night
to bear the charges made by Dr. Lawn
O. It rough! on against Policeman Turner
and Sergeant Moss for drinking and
gambling on horse races at Piedmont
Park. No charger were preferred.
Reward lor a Firebug.
Atlanta, Dee. 17-Gov. Candler to-day
offered a reward of 1 for the arrest of
the person or persons guilty of burning a
cotton warehouse on Nov 12 in Mo',eras.
Pike county, belonging to W. H Brooks.
Atlanta's Water Ronrd.
Atlanta. Dec. 17—The City Coma 11 this
afternoon elected three members of the
water board, via: Judge George Hillyer.
Councilman J H Harwell and E. C. Pe
ters. without opposition.
Desperate tegr# Family Shot.
Fort Valley. Ga.. l>er. 17 - Alfred New
some a desperate neaio. while resisting
arrest by Marshal Bplnk*. was fatally shot
this morning. He was charged with at
tempted murder at Do'.hiu, A.
erEEMAi Y ci HR. h FAY.
Tour druggist will .vtund your money If
Paso Ointment falls lo cur* Ringworm.
Teller, Old Ulcers and Sores, Plmptee and
Blackheads on the face, and all skin dis
eases. SOc.—ad. ______
(FBI i\l. NOTICES.
State and cotffrty Taxes for 1900.
Notice Is hereby given that •*> ***
Digest for I9t Will CLOSE ON THLRB
- DEC. 7". AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M
After that .Mile all unpaid taxes on prop
erty professions, and polls, will be col
lected by EXECUTION, with coals and
INTER BBT at the rale of 7 PER CENT
PRII ANNUM from Dec. 3<*. the time
Axed by law for issuing sane
J AH. J. MeOOWAN
Tax Collector C- C.
MiTIcK TO CITY CO CRT Jl HO**
Those Jurors not engaged In the trial
of the case of Dr Geo. Lelnuiger Chem
ical Cos. vs. Columbia Drug Cos., need not
apiiewr until Wednesday, December lth.
Mu®, at 10 a. m.
Hy orvler of the Holt. Thomas M Nor
WARING RUSHEUs. JR..
Clerk C C. &
notice to debtor*.
All person* indebted to Mark Apple,
Bankrupt, are required to make Imme
diate payment to the Trustee, at th*
office* of Alexander A Hitch. Attorneys,
Clttsans Bank Bulidlng. Bryan and Dray
ton streets. Havanoalt. Georgia.
A. I* ALEXANDER.
Trusts* Mark Apple. Bankrupt.
All bills against the British steamship
Armani*. IMw Hcearf. roaater. must be
pieaepted at our office hy or before II m
I this d*> December l®4h. or payment
thereof will be debarred
J. r. MINIS A CO .
THE MORNING NEWS TUESDAY. DECEMBER IS. 1900.
<**t*F.*TU(* (IF OLD M AID*.
New Fr*(ere at Harlea—lrrcgwlart
lIM la ration.
Darien. Oa De*. 17—Th# old maids of
1)11 rlen have decided lo hold a convention
at the Court House, on or about the Aral
of next month. The met ung s expected
to rA-ult in much good lo the community,
as questions of vast importance sue to
be disrursed, principally the question of
marriage All eligible bachelors, not over
ninety-nine, nor under twenty years of
age, are invited lo attend and lend thetr
aid In aolvlntr the perplexities of the old
maids, if railed upon. An admission fee
wiR be charge.l all per'ons not members
of the ronventlon, the procteds to go to
the Golf Club. Refreshments will also
be rrrvr.l at usual festival rates.
The ItarW-n and Ridge Academic# nr*
completing tit's week one of the most
sueoevsftll fall se-slons In their history
The school* will lake u holiday from next
Friday, the 21st instant until Wedne-day.
Jan. I. A large attendance Is expected for
the new year.
From the reports of twth the grand
Jury and the county c ommlsa oners, there
appear to have been * me glar ng Irregu-
Isirtib-- tn the manner of registering voters
In thl* eonnty. but neither tody eeneures
the tax oolle -tor as he f<4low*t the loose
method* heretofore pnictteed by tax col
lector. xrd registrars.
The Inverness Boc.al and German Club
bas plans for a mo-t enjoyable winter for
Its members and guests. The e-a'on was
recently opened up with one of the most
successful german* In the history of th#
olub and many others are to follow
A Darien tug-boat < rew had the gratlfl
natlon Friday of towing Ihe largest sill
ing ves-el aAoat Into R rune wrick The ves
sel was the American *lx-ma*ted schoon
ar Oaorgt W Wella, and ihe lucky >tg
was the Neptune, Cap;. O'Brien and En
gineer O'Brien In charge
Entered Into Rest. Aug. 5. ISAO.
MRS CLARA M. BLUB.
President of the Mls-lotiary Bodety of
Asa society, we desire to put on record
our grrlef at parting with our guide, cur
counsellor and our friend.
Wise In her Judgment. Arm in her In
tegrity. sancUAed In her piety, for years
she has pointed out lo >** ’be path In
which we should walk—and now—she Is
with God—praising Him In that kingdom
which she so faithfully labored lo spread
abroad among her fellow-men.
Her InAuenca was deeply felt In the
Sunday school. In the Bible class and In
the church societies. In which she took a
Her whole life showed that she lived
very close to Ibe side of the Master and
much ef her time was ei*ut In leading
others Into the paths of righteousness.
SIDNEY B ELLIOTT.
MEL i INOS
A. A A- . H
The regular convocation of
Alpha Lodge \o. 1.
at $Y> o'clock this evening. Mason c
Temple, corner Liberty and Whitaker,
DR KALB LODGE NO. 8. I. O. O. F.
A regular meeting of the lodge will ba
held this evening t $ 30 o'clock.
Members of sister lodges and visiting
brethren cordially Invited to attend
C. H. CARSON, N. O.
W. W. OROBB, Secretary
•AVANNjili MMB NO. IN, F. o.
A regular meeting of this lodge will be
held thl* (Tuesday) evening at S;3O o'clock
at Elks Hall. Visiting brothers are cor
dially Invited to attend
There will ho an Initiation.
J. J. KIRBY. E. R.
L. J MAXWELL. Secretary.
LAFAYETTE McLAWN CAMP Mat,
V. C. V.
The regular mutiihly meeting of Ihe
Camp will be hold this Tuesday evening,
at X.l& o'clock, at the Knights Pythias
Hall. cor. Barnard and York streets.
By order of the Commander.
A. K. WILSON. Adjt.
SAVANNAH YACHT ILIB.
A meeting of the elub Is called at tta
Club llotaaa dhu-adav. l*th met. at $
unlock p. m.. to cotW4ld< r u recommenda
tion of the Bird of Bt*war<lt to amend
Ihe resolution recently itussed as to Issue
of bonds. W. W STARK. Commodore.
JOHN D. CARBWELL, Bee y.
g.AVANN All. FLOHIDA \M W ET-
EttN RAILW.tT CO.
Annual Nrrtlua of atoekbnlders.
Havannah, Ga., Dec. 15. DOO-
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of this company will be held at the of-
Aces of th* company In the ci'x of oi
vannah. Ga.. on Wednesday, Jan. 9. 18)1.
at 10 o’clock a. in., for th# election of
directors and the transaction of such o:h> r
business na may com* before the meet
ing R- B SMITH. Secretary.
srt.t I AL NO l M fcls.
NOTICE TO STOCK HOLDERS.
A dividend of (12.50) two dollar* and Afty
cent* per share on the capital slock of
Ihe Boulhwesteriv'Railroad Company will
be paid on and after Jan. 6. 1901. to stock
holders of record on the books of the com
pany at the close of tußlnes* on Dec. It,
1100 Dividends payable at the office of
the company In Macon. Ua.. and at The
Cltlsens' Bank of Savannah, Savannah,
Ga. The books of the company will be
closes! from Dec. 19, I*K>. to Jan. 5. 1901,
both inclusive. By order of the board.
JNO. M. WALKER.
Sec y and Trees.
ELECTION OF 111 RECTOR.A,
The Merchants Nalloaal Rank of **-
Savannah. Oa . Dec. 4lh. 1900.
The annual election for time directors
to manage the affairs of this Association
will h* held on Tuesday. January *th.
1901. at It* banking bouse corner Drayton
and 81 Julian streets. In this city, be
tween ihe hour* of 11 a. tn. and 1 p. m.
W. M DAVANT
Neither th# Master nor Consignee* of
the British steamship "CYCLE" will be
responsible for any debts contracted by
STRACHAN * COMPANY.
I Savannah. Oa.. December 17th. 18*1.
• FECIAL NOTICE.
Neither the Master nor the Agents of
the British sieamshlp "Carperby" will be
responsible for any debts contracted oy
WILDER 4 CO
December 19th, 1900. Agennt.
HOADS ERECT TED.
By th# American Bonding) and Trust
Company of Balilmor*. We are author-
Ixed to egecut* locally (Immediately upon
application*, all bonds In ludi.lal pro
ceedings In either the state or Uni:ed
•States Courts, and of administrator* and
DEARTVG * HULL. Agents.
Telephone 524. Provident Bunding
A TLXAS WONDER.
Hall's Ureal Discovery.
One email bottle of Hell’s Great Dle
eovery curee all kidney end bladder trou
bles, removes gravel, cures diabetes, earn
Inal emissions, weak and lame backs,
t heumailam and all irregularities of tna
kldr.ty* arid bladder in both men and wo
bit-ii. regulate* bmdder troubles in cid*-
dr.n if not sold by your druggist wul
be sent by mail on receipt of tl- On® amen
bottle i* two montb*' treatment, and will
cur* any cose above mentioned. Dr.
W Hall, sol* manufacturer. P- O. R°*
Hi. Louis, Mo. Head lor testimonial*
Hold by all druggist* and golomoo* Go..
Dothen. Ala . July .
Dr. E W Hall 8t lamis. Mo-Dear
Bir We have been selling your Texas
Wonder. Halls Great Discovery, for two
years and recommend It to any one suf
ficing with any kidney trouble is being
the beat remedy we aver aold. Youra
truly. J. R. YOUNG.
SPECIAL NOTH IM.
A LANTING REMEMBRANIY: FOR
A HOLIDAY GIFT.
Build Gold Spectacle sooo
Solid Gold Eyeglass 5
Gold Filled Bpectncle 3 50
Gold Filled Eyeglass *SO
Aluminum Eyeglass 2.50
Aluminum Spectacle 2.50
The above prices include the
very beet lenses made. The par
ty who receive* them can have
their eyes examined and glasses
changed to suit within one year
Free of Charge.
DR. M. >( HH AB * SON.
47 Hall afreet.
GREER’* StOTtH WHISKY.
Thl* celt brated famous old vatted
Highland Whi.-ky Is Imported direct
from the distillery hy us
This Greer Scotch Whisky Is
guaranteed to lie bottled abroad
and h consigned to us from Glas
gow. Scotland, and Is in bond tn
the United States Custom House tn
This grand old Greer Scotch
Whisky Is beautifully mellow and
mi.d to a degree and is soft to th*
llte as one could possibly wish,
and there Is a nuttlness about It
that Is especially pleasing.
We are glad to let the public pur
chase aa small quantity as they
wish, even one bottle, for the pur
pose of Introducing the best brand
of Scotch whisky extant
Llppm.in * Block,
Sole Agents for the Greer Distil
leries. Glasgow. Bcotland. and Dub
lin. Ireland, for tbatr Scotch and
Irish Whiskies t
FRY’S ENGLISH CHOCOLATES.
Tacked In various shaper, handsomely
Very many other ottraettve good# ault
abie fer CHRISTMAS boxes, which we
will ba glad to ship for customers.
A. M * C. W WEST.
TO TUOkF. AFFLIC TED WITH IIHKI -
I have been a sufferer for thirteen
years of thtr. dreaded disease, have vis
ited the Hot Spring* of Arkansas, and
been irrated by phywkian* all over the
South, only obtaining temporary relief.
Sir Ben. Smith ot Suiidersville. Ga., ad
vised me to try the water* ot Suwant-e
Spting*. Fla., end li affords inc pleasure
to slate that after remaining there for
two months, drinking of and bathing in
Its waters. I have obtained a permanent
cure. T. W. JACKSON.
All you can drink for Sc at Livingston's.
PLANTER ERV AND MASONS' StP
Cement. Lime. Plaster. Hair and River
Sand. Prompt delivery. Reasonable price.
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO..
Corner Drayton and Congress.
MipoH'i ed Minniur*
OM Family Oloroso. Spnln: Rurgun
dles. Port. Did Tawney, OM Taragon-i,
Old Tom Gin. Old Holland Gin. French
Cognac. Vintage 185. Rhine Wine. Clar
ets. quart* and pints. All Imported
Wuerihurger Hof Rraeu Beer on draught
and bottle* GEORGE BECKMANN.
Phone 710. 112-111 Wnnaker St
Th# largest grower of Cut Flow
ers, and My Flowers are Ihe Fin
est Grown. Strong talk, but the
proof Is easy—send me your order
Grower of Fine CMt Flowers.
ELECTION OF’ CITY PHINTKH.
City of Savannah,
Office of Clerk of Council.
Dec. 15, 1900
Under and by virtue of a resolution
adopted at a meeting of Council held on
the evening of Dec. 12. 1900. an election
for the office of city printer for the year.
1901, will lake place at Ihe next regular
meeting of Council. Dec. 36, 19U0, at 9 p,
m Bids for same must he handed In this
office on or Id (ore Dec. 38. 1960. 32 m. The
city reserves the right to reject any or
all bid*. WILLIAM P. BAILEY.
Clerk of Council.
THE WAY TO CLEAN CARPETS.
The only way lo gel your carpels prop
erly taken up. cleaned and taken cars of
for the summer. Is o turn th# Job over to
the District Messenffer and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 3. or call at 32 Montgomery
street, and <hey will make you an *gn
rrmte on the coat of th* work. Prices
reasonable They a I*-) pack, move and
store furniture and piano*.
C. H MEDLOCK. Supt. and Mgr
City of Savannah.
Office Fire Department.
Savannah. Ga.. Dec. 10, 1900.
Sealed bids wi:i be received at th* office
of the undersigned until Friday. Dec. 21.
for furnishing material and laying cement
floor tn new engine house corner Thirty
eighth ami Barnard streets. Plan* and
speclffcatlons on exhibition nt the office of
Ihe fire department.
The Committee on Fire reserve* the
right to reject any and aM bids.
JOHN E. MAGUIRE.
BARLER OIL HEATERS.
ALUMINUM OIL HEATERS.
The Special *‘B” AIR TIGHT HEAT
ER. burns woed, cobs, chips and trash,
18 inch, 21-inch, 26-inch.
PALMER HARDWARE CO.
IS IT Ml ADVANTAGE
to pay $lO for a pair of classes that we charge
you $5 for. as we fit and fill your eye prescrip
tion. and guarantee every pair, for one-half the
price that others charge. *
Graphophones, Records and Supplies.
Kodaks. Cameras and Supplies.
Pocket books and Card Cases.
Perfumery and Cutlery.
Everything we Hell is the best.
• Livingston's Pharmacies,
Bull and Congress. 309 Bull Street.
111 SINK#S NOTICE*.
DRAWN FROM THE W.
OLD AND MELLOW.
BAKER R >*’ 0r, &.*.0®
WILSON p -"&r,e,.®.
Robinson County Sff: t3
N. C. CORN PU u#llon *3.00
We guarantee the above as
represented in all cases.
No extra charge for pack
The S. W. Branch Cos.,
Cor. Broughton an] Whitaker.
City of Savannah.
Office clerk of Council.
Dec. 15. 19U0.
The following report, alopte<l at a meet
ing ol Council held Dec. 12. 19(10. Is here
with published for the information of the
The Committee on Streets and Lanes,
to which was referred th# petition* of
th* Vernoei Shell Boa,! Company end of
th# Savannah und Isle of Hoi*- Railway,
asking for street railway franchise*, beg
to report that they have selected the
rollor.lng stroet# aa being available for
street railway Price to Bt.
Thomas, to Plant, to Haheraham, to Es
ttil avenue, to Hull, to Twelfth, to Mont
gomery. to Bt. Julian, to Barnard end
Hay: that the same he published lor the
Information of the public, and we further
recommend that they be given a hearing
In accordance with the provisions of the
above report, notice I* hereby given lhat
on Friday afternoon, the 21*t Inst., ot 4
o’clock, there will be a special meet.ng
of Council held, at which time all parlies
affected or at Interest are invit'd to he
present for a full and free discussion Of
the matter at issue.
WILLIAM P BAILEY,
Clerk of Council.
WE HAVE TIIF7 F’ISF.HT
line of Box Paper. Perfumery. Pocket
books. Lap Tablets. Scissors and Scis
sor* Bets. Manicure Bet*. Ladles' and
Gents’ Dressing Case* ever abown In
Please call early and leave your or
ders for SUTLER'S CANDIES. In
basket*, boxes and packages.
HEADS OF HOMES, HOTELS AND
Has It ever occurred to you that nearly
oei.i-half your Ilf# Is apeiil Inbed? Th*
maitreea l* the most abused article of
furniture, and should be well made and
of goes), clean material; it should be pick
ed and cleansed at least once each three
vears. ffe mikt new one# to order, and
have Improved machinery to cleanse and
pick old ones. Our mechanical work, line
of tickings, and material for Ailing, flrsl
,-law Medicated Steam Renovation of
Feather*. Hair. etc.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND
Bell Phone U 36 331 Drayton.
Abstract* ot lb* recorded land title* of
Savannah and Chatham county from tho
aottlement of Oeorgla lo dale. Money
loaned at low Intersil on city real estate.
BECKETT A BECKETT.
• FECIAL NOTICE.
We are now giving special attention to
house painting, kalsominlng and paper
hanging, etc. With a corps of only first
class workmen and a competent super
tnlednent we can do your work promptly
and satisfactorily. Get our eilimats on
anything in houxs decorating ;m* and
ANDREW HANLEY CO.
Accounts of banks, merchants, corpora
tions and Individuals solicited
Savings Department. Interest paid quar
Safety Box** and Storage Vault* for
Collections mad* on all point* at tWld
Draft# sold on all th* chief cities 0 f the
JOSEPH D. WEED President
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vie* President
w. r. mccauley, cashier. I
THE COMPLIMENT* OF THU 4KA
-pv ■ 1 o*a T
are best expressed In a practical way.
Your equine frlcn.l will give you a grate,
ful eye and ihe "glad hand." me'ophoric
lly speaking. It Sums Claus brings him
a Fin# Vehicle, new set ot Harness, or
la*(. but not least, a nice warm Blanket,
CARRIAGE AND WAGON CO..
Thai will be appreciated;
STERLING SILVER. CUT GLASS.
Hunter & Van keuren.
WATCHES. CLOCKS. BRONZES.
SILVER NOVELTIES. VASES.
HENRY SOLOMON & SON
HELLO 14*. GEORGIA and BELL,
Regularly Sold at Five Cents
HENRY SOLOMON & SON
FOR THE HOLIDAYS,
HALF PINTS. PINTS. QUARTS.
HENRY SOLOMON & SON
10 News Doper Piste.
For sale, a Foraalth Newspaper Folder;
will fold aheet 27xC It Is in good order
price UOO It cost originally 31.108. but
w* have no use for It and want th* room
It art 11 b* an Invaluable adjunct to any
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Cos.
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms.
A suitable Christ
mas present fop
Mother, Sister or
Daughter ? If not,
come around and
look at a pair of
our ROMEOS for
house wear. Quilted
Satin, in all colors,
We also have them
in Felt, Red, Brown
and Black, at £|.so
and $2.00. They
have the noiseless
THE CHATHAM BANK.
LEOPOLD ADLER. President.
C. S. ELLIS, Vie* Preahlrtit
JNO. R DILLON, ('ashler
BARRON CARTER. Aes! Cashier
Solicit# the account* of Individual*,
firm* banks, associations and corpora
Liberal favor* extended to corre--,on.i
lug banks a# our unsurpassed faellitir*
for collecHrg insure prompt returns
BUYS AND BELLS FOREIGN EX
CHANGE. WRITES LETTERS OF
CREDIT AND ISSUES BANK MONEY
ORDERS PAYABLE IN ALL PARIS
Interest compounded quarterly on d*-
pmll* In the SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Safety Depoait Boxes and Vaults for
The Citizens Bank
Transact* a General Banking
Solicit* Aeconnta of Individual.,
Merchant., Banka and other Corpo
Calleeflnaa handled with safety,
economy anti dispatch
Interest, compounded quarterly,
allowed on deposits la oar Savinas
Safety Deposit loin and *r ( .
BRANTLEY A. DENMARK. Tre.ldeal.
MILLS B. LANE, ties President.
GEORGE C. FREEMAN, Cashier.
GORDON L. GROOVER. A**t. Cashier.
of m, ma.e of Georgia. -
Surplus and undivided profits RU,IM
DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE OF
S'. I* '.or f i Unit - (or tia- *a Mr.* *
General Bon.mg TTuslneal.
Collection# mad* an all oointe
accessible through banks end bankers,
i Ula „f Hank*. Bankers. Merchant*
and other* solicited. Safe Deposit Box**
Department of Savings. Interest payable
Beils Starling Exchange on London *1
JOHN FLANNERY. President-
HORACE A. CRANE, vice President.
JAMES SULLIVAN, Cashier.
JNO. FLANNERY WM W GORDON
E A WE7II. W. W. GORDON. Jr.
H A CRANE. JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROY MYERS JOSEPH FERST
H P SMART CHARLES ELLIS
EDWARD KET.T.T JOHN J KIRBY
THE GERMANIA BANK
Thla bank offer* Its services to corpora
tions. merchants and Individual*.
lias authorlly to act as executor, ad
ministrator. guardian, etc.
Issues drafts on th* principal cllle# in
Great Britain and Ireland and on
Interest paid nr compounded quarter y
on deposits In the Swings Departman:.
Bafelv boxes for rent.
HENRY 81-UN. President.
080 W. TTKDEMAN Vice Pres Meat.
JOHN M HOGAN. Cashier.
WALTER F. HOGAN. As*i C*b!*r.
No. IM|. Chartered 1
IHIfS Mill M
CAPITAL, kes-.wv. at.itPLUS *IOO,OOO
UNITED BTATEB DEPOSITORY.
J. A. O. CARSON. Praeldent
HEIRNE GORDON. Vice PrealdenL
W. M DAVANT. Caßhlrf.
Accounts of banks xnd bankers, mer
chants and corporations received upon
th# moat favorable terms consistent with
aaf* and corner, stive banking.
THE GEORGIA STATE
BLILDINa AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
15 YORK STREET, WEST.
5 PER CENT, per annum allowed on
deposits, withdrawable on demand.
Interest credited quarterly.
6i i.K 0.. M. per annum allowed on
deposits of *v*o hundred*, withdraw
able at annual periods-
GEO W TIEDEMAN. President.
B 11. I.EN'T. Vie* President
E. W. BELL. Secretary.
C. G. ANDERBON. JR Treasurer
On* 18-Inch Steam Shot Gun Fa**- **
feat long; on* Hill Oartllatlng
ger. I and 10-Inch cyetlnders. only us®-
•bout thirty day.: one Picket JfacW”
and one Neacy Oulde; also a U of Cic
lxr Saw* from 18 lo H Inch** dlni>'
from lh OAll) of 11. P- fltrvart k 1 ‘
Emanuel county. The abow* for sal
VALB ROYAL MFO IXg