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HAS NOT SIGNED THE BILL
iMttnnxin still ti in i'c tmi:
UiUIIUTIVI! APPHtIPKI XTIOXS.
(ittirrnor ten Hnrniw In Pras
prrilM l>r*rli nr •an Draw m
surplas Sow In rrranM—^H # F
luurd bp Adininni t.earral Traas
fprrlng aaannnabi Vnlaateer
t.narts I'rnm Infantry' fa Artillery
liaflaflnn—Session ul legislature
font flair bWaiT.au, ITIM l.raa
Than Thai of l-nat I rar.
Allan'* Ga . !♦ ’>-fJot, Candler, 'at
r.of >t aigt'J ih rrrrr.il appropriation
bUL H* • mah ng a careful atudy of
t \ ary ltrm. 11l 111* l> i. af4 wyt 10-nlghl
lha! If frlli hr Friday hrfore hr get*
It r.sigh nlth II Hr -ad i„ nnlrliarr
wi>i him i<hl N*ih Coftlrollff GkMfil
W right anl Tr* k **ur#f Fa Hi ar4 it *• b*-
!i*\M that !h. %* r,fflr#r tr.df r>W* to
•n# Ga\*rnt>r that t?a appropriation* can
all b# tn#t.
jrer f'ark hti f.*urfl
fat# w i* rtt# f'*-m aul *our %•" r#x*
>car. |3,U0.83& wtill* th# genetmi an-1
a) it| (>r')pf call f*K
|i ; ow;' •: a of $192,078. Hill th# (Jov
#rr.<r M auth‘>n> to borrow tJ* '** or
*.ar k'lf *on tte *urpsua of HU.lk now In
tM tn***ury, aw haw nlwayg b#an dona
in*t th# tr#o*ury will. b# able to me#? all
oUlfllkma without difficulty
Th Oovacnor would Ilk** to araia #om#
of i .r ppropri4tkir. but tn;# h cannot
do I rutor the *mw he m jet *itber pprb\ *
Hi<h item M it etand# ao tha thowe who
are cCMet to him *rt c 4 *h# ofdmou that
h* will allow ail approfWi.itlona to etand
they are rather that) it off an> Item
An oedar was. t-mM by the Adjutant
General thl# moenfrva tr*ntf#rrinx the
bavaiman Volunteer tiuwrd* from -*n In
fantry latullon ■ o a haatery of artillery’
The order wa* iriuel In arcordaacc with
an acl Ju#t ptffM by ?he
and whVh wm wifiieil by tha Governor
Tba Guard* were at on# time an art ti
lery ba'tillot). ar*d he member* have 4**-
wired to b*> cdwmc'd bo k for a l mic
while. The o’gasi xatton I# one of the
oldeat and mn*t prominent m the •!**
and lt withdrawal from the Kira; K#kl
ment of Infantry wdl b* a big 100 to
'fiat . mmaF*l
The r#nm#n* Will have to be reertjtfed
Ncn'ri. are! )ut row II l* not known
where the < ompenie* will emu# from to
fIU It up. <lov. Candler ha* announced
that he wsi; not take any of the compa
rt I*# from the o*h*r reaimentw. *nd It will
probably be neoetaary to recruit new
The other* of the Guard* wIM have
thHr commietowi trinfmol *nl will
have the wame rank n the artillery bat
talion a* they held In th# infantry orran
ttatlor. The ohan#* will he.ome effective
•a poor* a# the order rear he* Savannah
All the mrmier* of the to
gether with the clerks and porter*, have
drawn their per diem A large hole waa
made to the aaeeta of the treasury but
accordion to figure* given out at the
treaaur> rtepartmen* thl* morning, the
aesalon this year *i 37*H ch#ap#r than
the one of last year Tti* #ntlr expanaa
of the wb#>w*loo of the Hou* ar 1 tt#na?#.
juot adjourned aniount# to PJ9J-1T fit, while
tha wot on laat yjar cast K 9.921-71. The
wxpenae* of the vario<ia commit tee a
amounted to aa great thl* year
Mr J A Perry of Gwinnett county heart
the dlatlnctlon of being the only member
of the L*|lrlstur entPiM to lb cent* per
mile way Mr. Perry atated at the
treasury v-fwr*rn f* hat he came to A*
lanta on a fr#- pa*/- and returned the
warm* tray, and If was not hla Intention to
fake any mre money from th* treasury
department than he wi ontltlad to It
!■ tho cti:otn of |eglslwgrs to travel on
pssaaw and then to collect mileage from
mtm attohievi fight.
MrHn Hank Ins
•rri|i In ( nnnrll l hamhar
Atlanta, Dec. 19 -A fight between Attor
ney* Chtrlat Hopkins atal Marty Alat
•taV* traitaal a atew In tha Cooti'il
chamber this morning while the Commit
tee on Electric and other Rail non ala waa
hearlt. a the question of (rsm-hlse* for the
Atlanta Rapid Tranalt Company.
The difficulty aroae while Mr. Hopkins
wa speaking in favor of the Una- pr;<>*~d
on Forewt avenue Mr Alexander Inter
rupted him an 4 said that a statement ha
had )imi made waa untrue Mr Mopkln*
walked over to Mr Alexander, and link
ing him In the fare, ask'd him what he
meant by aaytr.it hla *tafemem waa i.n
true Mr At**,rider replied that he
meant It was untrue, and In a Rash Mr
Hupklne etrurk him
Aa an aa he recovered from the aho k
Mr Alexander at ruck hack Chairman
Johnson rapped for order, and a rumter
rtf rentlemen pulled them apart. Mr Hop
kina then pro ceded with hla argum nt
■ oolly aa It nothing had occurred When
he itntehet Mr Alexander rejoined In a
five-minute ariuitent Afterward Mr
Alexander approached Mr Hopklna an I
atated that he Intended no offenae and de
aired to apologise. not aa an alaoimni
but aa a gentlem.in. Mr Hopklnf stale 1
that he accepted It. and the matter ended
THREE Kt'IIIIIA* \ BITKHOIY.
Hnpremr ( narl never**-* Two Jada
ni.nl, and tltlrin, IHf.
Atlanta. De< 19 - The Supreme Oourt to
day reodtred decision* tn Ihe following
esses; 179. Roberts V. GlasK before
judge Bennett. Camden Btlpertor Court.
Judgeanent reversed. All concurring, eg
uept Fish J.. abeent.
ID Heins vs Rsvantiah. Florida and
Western Railway Company, before Judg,
•pence De.atur Superior Court. Fish. J.
This was the first grant of n new trial,
and the evidence did not demand the ver
dict. The Judgment Is therefore affirmed
JH3. Braxton vs. Candler Governor tre
fore Judge Sparks, city Court of Bruns
wick. Judgment reversed, all concurring
except Fish J absent.
IBCTIOY FONEMAY KILLKO.
f amp be 11 MrSnsin Crashed toiler
Pensacola. Fla., Dec. 19.—Campbell C.
M'Swaln. ervtlon foreman of fhe luls
vdle and Nashville Hal.road, was Instantly
killed at MoNno. whip eufierlntendlng tho
unloading of heavy timber* from flat care.
He was esugnt under the timber* and his
head arc I body crushed and horribly man
gled. He was to have been married Dec
THICK HIKIrt HTHIKE.
Railroad fat Their Uvrrtlswr Five
I rni, an llejur.
Macon. Ga Dee !9 —Forty truck hands
s' the freight depot of the Central Ratl
ioad struck to-day against a reduction
of 5 reals per hour foe their overtime
They were all negroee They had boon
getting 15 cents an hour, end the com
pany cut them 4o 10 cents. The railroad
authorities regard the strike as a Joke.
TO CINE COLD IN OAK DAY.
Take laxative Promo Quinine Tablet*.
All druggist* refund the money If It falls
to cure. E W. Grove's signature Is on
etch box 3Sc —*d.
The cause exists In the blood. In
vhat causes Inflammation of the
It is therefore impossible to cure
the disease by local applications
It Is positively dangerous to neglect
It. because it alvays affects the stom
' ach and deranges the general health,
and Is likely to develop into consump
Utcr ha- boas radially aad r-rßaaaatly
farad by Rood Saraapani’a it daaa>*< th*
biaad aad baa a aarullar altrratia* aai toLt
affarl R iy r.g California Jn'tloi. law*
vritaa “ I had ratarrh tbraa y*a n. fait mi
apaasit* and ouid not alaan. My baad pain ad
n* aad 1 fa)! bad at! aaar i took Hood i
£ar*apar:lia and now bar a a good appattta.
•laap wall, aad baaa a aymproma of aatarrb ''
Promises to cure and keeps the prom
ise It Is better not to put off treat
ment— buy Hood s today.
WBILCn'* i till) DIM
lliwhop Hcadrls <wthrrlwg Iwforma
•!* at llrananirk
Rrur.vwlck. Gi .D* It Bi-h©f H*n
drl* of the Iktbolg* Cnur*h
S'Mifl* •<romjafiif-1 by Her. K 4 Y Cook.
rwtor of Wml*v Monumemal Church,
tiavar.nau, arilwd here today, They ur*
making a piignmige over the groundlw
through which John Wealey, the founder
of Methodiim. trod, one hundred and fifty
year* ago While In laat year
ft>ho| Hertdrix aecured the original Jour-
I i<*l kepi by John Wtflfjr, arid aho tome
record* kept by ifteven*. cokni;ii aecre-
I f*r> under Gen Tbeae re -
•jrd* and Journal*, projrerly inlerpretevl
| throw n**w light on WeJey*a e>arly dav
♦urrounding*, ha love affair and hymn
writing, and ke for the purpose of
- unr.g reliable historical ljta thjt the
| preaant *np i* now being taken.
Mimon * Island. Frelerlra, and other ha
•ori* al potnta, ln< .>kting toe tree urw|*r
which Wesley preach**! at Kraderba. To
morrow tha pilgrimage wll. be continued,
and K -ompaused b>- Rev. W. Y Hollings
worth of the Pre*r>ytertan Church. nd C
W l>aming rvtMiM|*r cor ie*f* indent.
Hlsliop Hfgidrfts. Rev. Cook ami Rev.
L)r Game will Journey over Wesley's
missionary grounds on Jekyl Island.
TO lit llaO NKW MTATIOh.
Waahlagton. I). OL, Railroad* Maat
Abollah tirade trMains*.
Msihlnfton, Dec 19—The House to
day. at the end of a spirited <onfe*i ex
•ending over two day*, passed bills to
vmpel ths Ivnnsylvant and Baltimore
and Ohio railroad* to abolish grade
crossings, to alter their route* into the
city and o change their terminal facili
ties An amendment was placed upon
the Pennsylvania bill to require the road
to build anew station to coat not less
than Sl.SOMtt. The bills were vigor
ously antagonized by a portion of the
minority under the leadership of Mi
Cow*her of Mi aourl, on the ground that
they were to liberal to the paid* The
Baltimore ami Ohio bill appropriated
| fl 9X1.100 outright for the road In con
j Mideratlon of the changes It woukl be
compelled to tnak*
MIIHLV H%D % RIOT.
Railroad Force* In lliapnle at flick
ory. B. C.
Hickory. N. C., Cc. l.—nkrhi tho
Houthern Railway attempted to build a
track across (he narrow gauge track at
the depot crossing here. A force of nar
row gauge men interfered and a riot with
difficulty wa averted The town author
ities placed the lewder* under a r rest ari l
Ntopj*d the trouble.
It i said that the Southern f*arel th •
narrow gauge had a depot built at Ches
ter. ready to be ahipfw-d here and lo* *t* and
between the track* of the two rjilr*id*
J A Martin, director of the narrow
gauge. |Mir up a tent on the dipfMjtrd
ground, and annourv and •<*; he was read)
*o receive freight, af>i warned the Houth
*fw‘s force* not to interfere. Work ha*
luen stopped and the matter will be ad
justed by the railroad authorities.
ihomiid urn i: iM iuittE.
Police leant ot IlnMah Ualaeil Only
Ttalrtyeone liver Crnini.
Raleigh. N. C.. Dec 19.—The police ren
aua of the rlly of Raleigh taken nn ac
count of dissatisfaction with the reault
of the govern nurd renaua, war -ompleted
to-day. It ahowe 13.471 people In the city
limits. or only 31 more than the govern
ment enumeration The corporate limit*
of lhe city have not been enlarged alnce
IK*. and though no cenaua of the Imme
diate auburba has yet bun taken. It la
sieMeved that quite as many |oplc live
In thm a In the city propel”, and the
legislature, which meets here next
month, will be asked to extend the clty
llmlia ao as to lake In three thickly pop
*eeond litnr to Make It* Appear
ance, In Jssasn .
Athena, (la.. Dec. Id.—The second laaue
of the University bulletin I* now In the
hand* of the printers, ami will shortly Ap
pear. The bulletin appeara quarterly and
thla la the winter number, the drat Issue
I Iwlng the fall number. The bulletin con
tains much Information of Interest 10 uni
-1 veralty men, and Ita appearance early In
January will he looked forwarded to by
them and educator* all over the stale
The bulletin I* somewhat of anew ,|e
, torture, but Is doing eplr-idld work for
the university. The other |>uhtlc.tt|on of
the university the Ocorgian will appear
on Jan. 10.
(I.n:-W<KLMI Hll 11.
Two Popular luusx People Married
at tAayneshoro Vrslrnlsy.
Waynesboro, tla . Dec. 19,-Prol N. 11
F. Oo*e. principal of the Waynesboro
Academy, ami Mias Mary tu McElmur
ray. were married In the Methodist Church
here at 9 o'otock to-night, after which a
large number of friends attended a racep
llon at the home of the bride's mother
The couple are very popular and received
many handsome presents.
•TATE FAIR CPiniITTBR
Savaaunli and Aaldosta Appear lo
Be Ike Only Bidders.
Macon. Dec. 19—The Executive Com
mittee of (he Biate Fair Association It
her# 10- lay. Preetdent Pope Brown *ay*
thaf Savannah and Vaidosta will be ‘.he
only active bidders for the fair next year,
and |n tds opinion Savannah is inclined to
stand back for ValdosU.
THF MORNING NEW?: THI DECEMBER 20.1900,
•oft Tara •plwwer* of (he Wowth 14*
Charlotte. N C.. Dec. 19—The okihero
llogfsry Tarn ipkagfi Associatfoo held a
meeting In this city to-day. Over 17<vGOu
spindles wete represented f’hsrk* A<iam
son of Cedar?own. Oa . Cotton OomiiKiny,
preaulent of the association, presided.
Tba meeting *s called for the express
purpose of advancing prices In anticipa
tion of the February orders for fall gowis
The prW of soft yarns w a*lvan'od
from 17 rail*, basis of Kl'v. to 17H,
with th* usual quarter cent rise for each
number up to ffi. Many of the trem.oers
sormd to alvtoc the price to UB oenl*.
The question of a further a lvalue was
left In the hands of a < •mmtttee.
This association, which I* a distinct
body from the tkMjthern <'ott n Spinner*
A Vat ton. put Itself on record against
the concentration |4an of the Utter as
scKiatton about which so much ha* bean
heard late!) The hosiery men. who ar•
manufacturers of soft yarn- say trial
they can serte their own purpose# tn-st by
going It aioTM ard that <#ich Msaoclatlon
should work out Its own salvation.
Dr. I tiarle* J. O’llNuan Dead.
Raleigh N. C . I>ec. i) —Dr. Charles
JamK O’lftigan of Greenville. N. on*
of the filirti arvf b*#t known phyvh Un*
in the state dp i suddenly last night of
apoplexy at his home in that town.
JONEB— I The friends and acquaintance*
of Mrs Jane P. Jones arid family and of
her atm, Oolpbtn Jane-*, are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral of the Ut
ter from No. 223 W .ldt irrg treet east, at
S oclork this aftemoor.
MERGER- The relatives and friends rf
Mr. and Mrs George A Mercer. Jr . ;:re
Invited to attend the funeral of the latter,
at Christ Church, at B:3h o'clock to-day.
SANDERS —The relative# and friend*
of Mr ar.d Mrs Henry Banders and fam
ily, are invited to attend tha funeral of
the former from corner of Thirty-third
ard Montgomery streets, at 3 o'clock. th.*
afternoon. Interment at Bonavsnture
THORPE—The rnUuve* and friends of
Mr. and Mr**. Charles R Th>>rpe and f inv
lly are respectfully invited to attend tho
funeral of former from h.a late resi
dence. 21 Henry- street, west, at I o'clock
this (Thursdayi afternoon. Interment at
Laurel Grove Cemetery.
The MttJi annual >mmunhation A
of Bolonu ♦ IxMig* No J A
V M will I-* held at Masonic
Temple % o'clock this evening. Election
of officers Members of s.ster lodges cor
dially Invited to meet with us
JNo W PARKER. W. M
JA? R CAIN, tacretary.
OCEAN CITV I.ODUR NO. .1, KNIGHTS
or HOVAIi NH( H.
The regular rn-< *ing of this wll
bt held Dec. Si at K of P Hall % o clock
p. ro. Election of officers will tnke place.
H K. DREESoN. V. C.
W F. COCRTENAV. Recorder.
Savannah Bank and Trust Cos.,
H-ivannuh, Gsu. Dec. IS. 1900.
The annual m . ting of the stockholders
of thl# (tank will be hetd at the Hanking
House In the city of Savannah on Fri
day. Jan 11. I**l. at 12 o'clock m.. for
the election of directors and the transac
tions of such other business as may
eome before the meeting.
\V. K. M'CAI fJ9Y, Cashier.
roi H I’ll IMSTRICT CM 11.
Htvar.nah. Oa.. Dec. 19. 1900
A meeting of the Fourth District will
be held at laibor Hall Thursday. Dec.
20. at *:fc o’clrw'k p m . when a club will
be formed. All parties In favor of the
preseng dmlni*tra:lon wre cordially In
vited to meet with us Prom nem spoak
•rs will be In attendance
SAVANNAH. FI,OH 111 A AMI WEST.
F. HA RAILWAY CO.
Annual Meeting of stockholder*.
Savannah. Ga.. Dec. IS, 1300.
The annual meeting of the stockholder*
of !hb company will be held at the of
fice* of the company In the city of Sa
vannah. Ga.. on Wednesday. Jan. a. 1801.
at 10 o'clock am, for the election of
directors and ihe transaction of auch other
business aa may com- before (he meet
ing. R. 11. SMITH. Secretary.
■FECIAL AOTII l
Stale and County Taxes for 1900
Notice Is hereby given that hc Tax
Digest for 1900 will close THIS DAY.
DEC. 30.. AT 2 O*CIjOCK P. M . after
which date all unpaid laxe* on property,
professkto* and polls will be collected by
EXECUTION with coats and INTEREST
at the rate of SEVEN PER CENT, per
annum from said date.
James j McGowan,
Tax Collector C. C.
DU IDWD MTHA
Tha Cltlxens Rank of Savannah.
Savannah. Ga.. Dee. 18. U*
A dividend of three dollar* |>er share h is
been declared by th Directors of The
CUiacns Bank of Savannah. PAYABLE
ON DEMAND, to stockholders of record
GKO. C FREEMAN. Cashier.
NOTH I Til STOf Kllol.OKH* *4\ \A-
A Alf HOTEL ( (IMP A AY.
Suv tntmh. Ga.. Dec. 19. 19tn.
The Board of Director- has this day
declared a dividend iNo 5) of three (3 per
rent i per cent, on the capital stock of
this comiotny. payabb on and afler Ic.
*> DUO. to atockholdera as of record of
llils date, at the Southern Bank of the
State of Georgia
JACOB RACERS. President.
W. E. GRADY. Secretary
City of Savannah.
Office Fire Department.
Savannah. Ga , Dec. 10. I9W
Sealed bids will be received at the office
of the undersigned until Friday, lire. 31,
for furnishing material and laying cement
floor In new engine house corner Thirty
eighth nisi Barnard streets. Plans ami
specifications on exhibition at Ihe office of
Ihe Are department.
The Committee on Fire reserves the
right lo reject any erd all bids
JOHN K MAGUIRE.
ELItTIOI OF (TTY PHIBTRM.
City of Savannah,
Office of Clerk of Council,
Dec. 15. mo.
Vnder and by virtue of a resolution
adopted a a meeting of Council held on
the evening of Dev. 13 I**. an election
for the office of city printer for Ihe y, ar
not. will lake pi* e at Ihr next reg ilar
meeting of Council, Dor. 91. lfnrv at I p
ni Bids for same muat he handed in tills
olllce on or before Dec. 33. 19UU. 13 m The
city reserve# the right to reject any or
all bids. WILLIAM P. BAILEY.
Clerk of Coun<l
Tha flneet line of Mantels. Tiling and
Grates In Ihe city. Prices rock bottom
Save money by eeeing our goods before
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO..
Corner Congren aud Drayton.
rv# fW> wuUff* day*
7** glo<iUsteUKe - to*
Of jUv i%g b'>’su on 1
(K “ foimtnj capo.
And jelly CkrUtm
vn And ths om lh:ag
Jrfm llVtCk :: t: i
° rr ** ° r u
Whj.kaa. It lapara and wboleaoroaacd
• :an<la Itbout a rlaallD t:., trada
JOS. A. MAGNUS & CO.
TMK PLACE TO HI V ml hThhIIiJ
n a ooona.
Extra Fancy Mock Indian Hivor Oranger.
all die *
Our Fancy Flarlila f>rargr SS c per dozen
Fancy HaMwin and Ren l>avls Apple*
Extra oualltv Malaga Onper juat in.
Our flne lot Rananaa In.
We have ftiil supply of Tangerine
Fresh lot new Focoanutr ic and 10c each.
New- Shrid Coroanuta. large package k
The bewt Mixed Xutr IF pound
The t>e*t l urch Italelna lie pound
Our Tall H'ifter at Ji-' beats th* town
Extra quality No. 1 Mackerel. I'j poundu
New lat>- He- per pound.
Full e-eortment of Feek. Freau * Cos '*
Fancy crackers jut In.
Th* beet fare Cod Cranberrle* 10c quart.
Netv Figs 10c. 15c and FV pound.
You are cordially Invited to visit our
store thl* week and try a sample of
DIAMOND CONDENSED BOFP.
which will he rerred to visitor* every
dav. Quickly prepared, readily served and
C A DRAYTON GROCERT COMPANY.
G. * Van Horn*. Manager.
t LAITIYO BKMEMBRANC* FOR
A HOLIDAY GIFT.
Solid Gold Spectacle 16 00
Solid Gold Byeglas# 8.00
Gold Filled Spectacle * 50
Gold Filled Eyeglass *•
Aluminum Eycglaas *sb
Aluminum Spectad# ' 250
Th* above prtcea include the
very beat lenses mad*. The par
ty who receive* them can have
their eye* examined ar.d glasses
changed to suit within on* year
Free of Charge.
DR. M. SCHW AB A SOX.
47 Hull Street.
City of Savannah. Ga.,
Omce Clerk of Council. Dec. 19. 190r>
The following ordinances are published
for the Information of all concerned
WILLIAM P. BAILEY
Clerk of Council.
An ordinance to permit the tiring of fire
cracker* and firework* during the Christ
mas holidays a* herein provided
Section 1 Be It ordained hy the Mayor
and Aldermen of the city of Savannah. In
CWuncll assembled. That Ihe firing of fire
eracker* and firework* Is hereby permit
ted In the city of Savannah on Liberty
street and south of IJlieity street (except
on Bull street north of the parade ground i
from Dec 21 to Jan 'l, both Inclusive, and
the ordinance heretofore passed on this
subject Is amended accordingly. Except
a* herein provided, firing of fireworks
and firecracker* In the city of Savannih
Is fortddden under |>cnaliie* of existing
Sec 2. That th firing of firecrackers or
firework* In. from or Into Forsyth Park
l* hereby forbidden under the said penal
Bee 3. That all ordinances and fwrt* of
onilnince* In conflict with DM* ordinance
are hereby repealed.
(tpllnance passed Dec. 15, 1307.
An ordinance to permit bonfires In the
Park Extension or parade ground during
the Christman holiday*.
Se-tlcei 1 Be it ordained by the Mayor
and Aldermen of the city of Savannah. In
Council assembled. That (he building of
bonfire* In the Park Extension or para I*
ground, from Dee. 34 lo Jan. 1. both In
clusive. I* hereby allowed.
Sec. I. That all ordinance* and parts of
ordinances In conflict with this ordinance
are hereby repealed.
Ordinance pussed Dec. IS. 1*97.
Mr Andrew Hanley:
My Dear Hlr—l have returned home
from Savannah, where we stopped for
three wteka and from St Augustine
three weeks, after being at the Suwanee
Spring* Hotel, and while In those places
and now at home drank and am now
continuing to drink the Suwanee Spring
water, having It sent to me i(trough your
esteemed agent*, the "Kallsh Pharmacy"
In New York, and as a result 1 want to
*av that 1 have l>e*n greatly benefited
and 1 believe will be entirely cured of the
painful bladder trouble from which t have
suffered since last August 1 congratulate
you upon the curative value of the Bo
wanre Spring* water, and hope It will
lx- a G.td-eend n> other* as tt has been
to me. Respectfully your*.
JAMES C. RROWER
President of the German-American Bank,
Brooklyn, N. Y. * Quincy street
All you ran drink for 5c at Livingston's.
NOTICE TO DEBTOR*.
All persons indebted to Mark Apple.
Bankrupt, are required to make Imme
diate payment to tha Trustee, at tha
office* of Alexander A Hitch. Attorneys.
Cltlxens Bank Building. Bryan and Dray
ton street*. Savannah. Georgia
A L ALEXANDER.
Trustee Mark Apple, Bankrupt
Neither the master, owners nor con
signee of the British steamship Wast
water will be re*|*>n*tble for any debts
contracted by the crew
TVM STEPHEN. Master
All bills against th< Norwegian steam
ship Juno must be preserted a! our office
before 12 o'clock noon this day, Dec. tn,
1900. or payment will he debarred.
BARNARD A Cos , Agent*
IS IT ANY ADVANTAGE
to pay $lO for a pair of glasses 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. ,
Graphopliones. Records and Supplies.
Kodaks. Cameras and Supplies.
Pocket books and Card Cases.
Perfumery and Cutlery.
Everything we sell is the best.
Bull and Congress. 309 Bull Street.
SAVANNAH STUM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West.
•P UL NOTH'Bh.
City of S.vanr.ah,
.erne* Clerk of Council,
(/ D* - IS. I**
Th following r*port adopted ! a met
ing of Council h*M D*c 12. l here
with published lor th* Information of the
Th* Committee on “Streets and
to wrhich wa* referred th* petition* of
th* Vernon Shell Road Company and of
the Savannah and lal* of Hope Hallway,
asking for atreel railway franchi -e. he*
to report that they have *!*■ 'ed the
following streets a* being avails Me for
atreef railway puri*o*e I-rice to St
Tlioma* to Plant, to Habersham, to £>-
till avenue, to Hull, to Twllll.. t<, Mor’
g.vmery to 8t Jhtiafl to Barnard an-l
Hay; that the tame he |,ubllhd for the
Information of the puh'l and wc f irthar
recommend that they be gtveti a hearing
In accordance wllh Ihe |>tovl*loa;s of ttre
above report, notice I* hereby given that
on Friday -fternoon. the Il*t lnt at ♦
o’clock there will be a *p*"ial meet.ng
of Council held, at wthich tim- all port I *
affected or at Inter**! arc Invited to be
present for a full and free <Ucu*Mon of
th* matter at l*ue
WILLIAM P BAILEY.
Clerk of Council.
GREER'S tfOTf H WHISKY.
This celebrated f.imoue old vetted
Highland Whisky I* imported direct
from th* distillery by us
This Greer Scotch Whisky I*
guaranteed to be bottled abroad
and Is consigned to us from Glas
gow. Scotland, and la in bond In
th* United States Custom House In
Thla grand old Greer Scotch
Whlaky Is beautifully mellow and
mild to a degree and Is soft to th*
palate as one could possibly wish,
and there la a nuttlaass about II
that Is especially pleasing.
W* are glad to let the public pur
chase ae small quantity a, they
with, even one botlle. for th# pur
pose of Introducing tha beat brand
of Scotch whlaky extant-
UPPMAN BROS ,
Llppman s Block.
Sole Agents for lha Graer Distil
leries, Glasgow Scotland, and Dub
lin. Ireland, for their Scotch and
Irish Whiskies. f
AAF. HAVE THE FINEST
line of Box Paper, rerfuinery. Pocket
books, Lap Tablets, Scissors and Bela
son Bets, Manicure Sets, Ladies' and
Gents' Dressing Case* aver ghown In
Please call early and leave your or
ders for HUYLKRB CANDIES. In
baskets, boxes and packages.
HE Alik "(IF homes. HOTELS am
Has It ever occurred lo you that nearly
one-half your life Is spent Inbed? The
maftrrsa is the most abused article of
(urnUure. and should be well made ami
of good, clean material. It should he pick
ed and cleansed at least once each three
years. We make new ones to order, on l
have Improved machinery lo cleanse and
pick old ones. Our mechanical work, line
of tickings and material for filling, flrst
claiw Medicated Bream Renovation of
Feathers Hair etc.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND
Belt Phone 1131 31 Drayton.
~ LASH TITLES.
Abstracts of tha recorded land titles of
Savannah and Chatham county from tha
•sitlenient of Georgia lo dale. Money
loaned at low Infereal on cliy real ealate.
BECKETT A BECKETT.
We are now giving special attention lo
house painting, kslscmlnlng and paper
hanging, etc. With a corps of only first
class workmen and a competent super-
Intednent we ean do your work promptly
aid satlsfacforlly. Gel our estimate on
anything In house decorating ima and
ANDREW HANLEY CO.
Till: tv AI li> CLEAR i IRFETI,
The only way to get your carpets prop
erly taken up. cleaned and taken cars of
for Ihe summer |s to turn the Job over to
the District Mesaetvtiei' amt Delivery Cos
telephone 2 or cab at 33 Montgomery
street, and they will make you an esti
mate on the coot of the work Prices
reasonable. They also pack, move and
store furniture and ptsnoa
C H MED LOCK. Supt and Mgr
Tlte largest grower of Cut Flow
er*. and My Flowera sre the Kin
cat Grown. Strong talk, but the
proof l* easy—semi me your order
Grower of Fine Cut Flowers.
BONDS EX Ed TED.
By the Amsrlcan Bonding and Trust
Company of Balilmor*. We are author
ised to execute locally (Immediately upjn
application), all bonds In Judicial
ccsdlngs tn either the state or Untied
States Courts, and of admtntstratora and
BEARING * BULL Agsnt*.
Telephone 334. Provident Building.
IHfIYEM YOTII B*.
CfRTICE BROS . bottle Tic
GORDON & DILWOKTH. bottle.... ♦! Oft
GORDON A DILWORTH. bottle....*l S
BRANDIED CHERRIES, pin:* £c
CHERRIES in MARASCHINO, pint* .She
CHKHIUES In MARASCHINO, qt....71c
MALAGA RAISINS In MARASCHINO.
(delightful for cocktails) 80c
PICKLED LIMES, bottle >V
SWEET PICKLED PEACHES. bottle .SOc
BWBET PICKLED CHERRIES,
n s. i ih ci.
Broughton an<l Whllaktr.
P iiono* 7i.
ihi mpu m srm im. \
ar# b#*t #xpra**d In a prartlr*! way
3 our equina fricn*! w ill give you h grate,
fill ey# ar.Al lh* il.ul bnd," matophorlc
!ly rqseaking. if .Santa ('liuf bring* him
a l ine \ ehlcle, n-w w l of lUrnna. or
l**t. but not Bull, a nice warm Blanket,
CAHBIAGC AND WAGON GO..
I / r at dies
The selection of llct day Gift* he
com pleasure in a storo
llkf thin when qualities are known
to \*f‘ uew|- wrvi arhere an almost
endless variety of unique styles Is
shown In every line.
hunter & Van keuren.
113 Bull street. Ga Phone l.
After Breakfast Try a
Contentment in It.
I Laundered h> ti- surpass everything thla
side of Troy. New York.
* - ••• •
■FECI 41. M4PI K u*.
On# lh-Inrh Hiram Shot f* U n Feed 33
feet long: one Hill Oscillating Strom Nig
eer. 9 amt 10-lnch cycHnder*. onlv used
about thirty duvs. one Ifickrt Machine
and one Neacy Guide; also ~ lot of Clrcu
-1.. r Saws from 14 lo SC Inches diameter
from the mil! of H p Smart St Bro In
Emanuel county. The above for sale by
VALE ROYAL MFO CO.,
IMPOR l t;i> *it Fflft It IF*
Otd Family Oloroso. Spain; Burgun
dle*. Port. Old Tawriey. Old Taragon.
Out Tom Gin Obi Holland Gin. French
Cognsc. \ image IMS K„ ln , W4ne
ets quarts and pims Ait tmpor|**|
Wuerxburger Hof Br,„ Beer on .Iraught
' GEORGE BECKMANN.
I hone 710. lU-U4 Whitaker At.
THE CHATHAM BANK
LEOPOLD ADLER. Pr,„|<|e rl
C 8 ELLIS. Vic* Pre*sw-
JNO. R DILLON Cashier
BARRON CARTER. Aatt c.- ..
Solicit* the account* of mdiv,
firm* bank*, asaoclationg and curve *
Llheral favors extended to correa-*-*,
Ing l*ank* a* our unaurpxseat la uv
(or collactlrg insure prompt reium, * *
Bt-YS AND FOREJov rv
CHANGE. WRITER LETTERS , u
CREDIT AND IStß'Efl BANK ifovp
ORDERS PAYABLE IN ALL apTa
OF EFROPE ‘ARTS
Interest • ompeunded uuarteriv
poelt* tn th# SAVINGS DEPARTur-v? -
Safety I>epoalt Boxes and Vault,",-
OF SAVAJm AH. 1
Transacts a Ueaeral Bat-.
Sollell. Aeeoaal, of lodl,| d , u
Merehoats. Bank* aad athe* to, '
Callaetloaa handled will,
eeonomy aad dlapatrb
la tercet, eompouaded qaa„ r , f
allowed on deposit* la Savlo*,
Safely Deposit Boxes and Storaa.
BRANTLEY A. DENMARK. Fre.id,.,.
MILLS B. LAKE, Vie* Pr M |g„ t
GKOMOB C. FRF.F.MSN. Cashier
OORDOS L. f.HOOVEg, Ca.hle,
uf the Slate of Georgia
Surplus and undivided profits
DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE OF
Superior facilities for transacting *
General banging Bu*:r
Collection, made on all ooini#
a cea,ib|e thru ugh bank, and bankert
Accounts of Bankirßanker*,~iirer
and others solicited. Safe DepoHt R .get
Deparrment of Saving*. Interaat payabA
Sell, Sterling Exchange on London il
JOHN FLANNERY President
Horace A crane. Vice President.
JAMES SULLIVAN. Cashier.
JNO. FT-ANNERY WM W GORDON
E A. WEIL. W. YV GORDON. Jr.
H A CRANE. JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROY MYERS JOSEPH FERST
H P SMART CHARLES E1.L19
EDWARD KELLY JOHN J KTRPT
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided profits M/W
Thl* hank offer* lu service# to corpora
tions. merchants and Individual-
Has authority to act a, executor, ad
ministrator, guardian. t*e.
Issues drafts on the principal cities In
Great Britain and Ireland and on -h*
Intert paid or compounded quarterly
on deposits In th# Sivtngs Department.
Safety boxes for rent
HENRY 81-UN. I're-ldent.
GEO W. TIEDEMAN Vlea Pre>Feat
JOHN M HOGAN. Cashier.
WALTER F HOGAN. Asa't Cashier.
Accounts of banks, merchants, corpora
tions and Individuals solicited.
Savings Department, Interest paid quar
Safety Boxea and Sloraga Vaults fer
Collections made on all points at rea
Drafts sold on all the chief cities of tbs
i world a a A .
Joseph D. WEED. President.
' JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice Prestieot.
W. F. McCAt’LET. Cashier.
Na 1*49. Chartered IML
HIS Mill Ml
I CAPITAL. Luu.uuv SL KPLtJB UOOOL
CNITED BTATEB DEPOSITORY.
J. A. O CARSON. President
BEIRNE GORDON. Vice President
W M DA V A NT. Cashier.
Accounts of hanks and bankers, mer
chants end eorporattons received upon
the most favorable terms consistent with
safe and conservative hanking.
THE GEORGIA STATE
BIILDINO AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
15 YORK STREET. WEST.
5 PER CENT, per annum allowed on
deposits, withdrawable on demand.
Interest credit'd quarterly.
6 PER CENT, per annum allowed on
deposlte of even hundreds, withdraw
able at annual periods.
GEO W. TIEDEMAN. President
R. H. LEVY. Vice President.
E W. BELL, Secretary.
C O. ANDERSON. JR. Treasurer
To New PuDlistiers.
For sale, s Forsallh Newspaper Fold'f:
will fold aheet 27x(2. It Is In god order
price LOO. It coat originally L.D® bJI
we have no uoe for It and want the room
It will be an Invaluable adjunct to any
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Cos.
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms.
IF YOU want GOOD MATKRI Al
and work, order your lithographed a* l
printed stationery and blank beaks ft*
Morning News, Bargpnab, Ok