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WILL SERVE OUT HIS TERM.
UOUim AHI) WITHDRAW* III"
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Hroprla l Inn Hill.
Atlanta. Dnc. Xl.—At a m**?lng of the
City Counril thin afternoon All*rmn
Mute!l tranomttled thin paper from Mayor
Woodward to City Clerk Orten: Learn
ing that a | .p* r has been transmitted to
you an my teslsnation of the ufll-e of
Mayor of tun city of Atlanta, 1 take thin
method o; informing you that the aamo
wan handed In *ft my knnorle.lv* or
oonanent. and that 1 hereby withdraw the
Mime. The maaotin for the withdrawal
are clear to mi, an In also the manner
in which the document wax originally ob
The signature wan very ragged and un
certain By a vole of I to I the entire
matter wan laid on the table. Ho. there*
fern. Al*>or Woodward will b- allowed to
eerva out hia term and retire.
.Moyor-elect Livings''*! Mima ha* pra
pai<*d hla Inaugural address. which he will
deliver befoie Council at the 11 rat meet
ing In January. The addreM* l* not a
lengthy one. but It covert thoroughly all
the datalls of the admin let ration which
MaJ. Mima lien planned for the city of
In preparing the address the Mayor
elect ban ronaultl m tny statistical rec
ords and other |pni iertining to th*
government of the city. ll*’ haa carefully
eiudiet the records of th* aired railway
franchlae tight, and h relent to the grants
•it *om* length In hi* address. The puh
-11. school*, the park, the health and wa
;*r depar'.tnenta. and other Important
bunches of the city government, are care
fully onaidered In tin*
dition to the facia and figure* which
form a part of the addreta. Maj. Alim**
ha* Inserted paragraph* of < leer logic and
advice, which cannot f ill to reault in
much good to the city. A a a whole the
address la projected from the standpoint
of one who haa the Interest, and the up
building of *he city at heart Tha thought*
are clothed with the *lsj*jcn- e and dig
ntfled expression for which Maj. Mima i
The appropriations hill passed hy the
was approved at 1 o'clock
this afternoon hy Gov. Candler. The bill
wa* approved ;* a whole. The Governor
haa had the bill tinder advisement for
aeveral day*, and It wit only after num
eroua cal uletions and consult at lona tha
he decided to algn It.
The bill carrle* with It an appropriation
from the treasury of the atate amounting
to IMTMOO. the laraest appropriation ever
made before one I.**gkdature. It break*
all record*, and the state will he taxed
to tha utmost limit to get through with
out borrowing money. The total revenue
of the tate will be g.MO.Kh, which will
leave a deficit of tZtt.OQO.
Gov. ('andftrr wa* oppos'd to the heavy
appropriations, but to veto any of the
eectlona would have caused dlsett*far
tlon In many place*, and In order to cut
down the appropriations he would have
been compelled to call an extra eeaalon
of the legislature.
The general tax act was also signed
by the Governor this afternoon The act
a* a whole fixes the tax rate at 15 4ft or
the 11.000 Also the Mil to abolish the
grand Juror* of the City Court of Savan
Only one bill ou+ of the total number
paeaed by the last legislator** received
the Governor's veto, which wae an act
to provide a system of public schools for
the city of Oovlngton He would have
approved this bill, no doubt, but a peti
tion. signed b> a large per cent, of the
white voter* of the city of Covington,
was presented to him, prottwilng against
It becoming a law
WILL ROT l i nlll Gl N.
liiariln Hu lln I 101 l Has Not taliril lur
Atlanta. Dee. 21.—The Mnle will not
furnish mins to tha fMv.innali Heavy Ar
tillery. Thl* announcement iimii from
She ••tjii! am general's office. Thr Bavan
nah Volunteer Guards change,! by
an art passed by thr I-eKlshiture from an
infantry battalion to u battery of artil
lery; but thr atatr la not able to fursiish
she new battery wth artillery guns.
From’ Information given out at the elate
war department. It l all the elate ran
•to to keep up the light battery of #rtH
t?ry. ami It |e ehl to he the purpose of
the new battery to iltt.i a Infantrymen,
and to practice thrlr artillery drltla at
the government fort at Tyhee leland.
THE YI'PMKMF. COURT.
three Derision* Hanileil Down hy
That frlhenal Veatemtay.
Atlanta, I>r. ll.—The following deci#
lone were handed down by the Supremo
33*. Smith ve. Owen, before Judge Wll
llame. City Court of Wayerose. Judg
mant affirmed All ronrurring, except
Fish, J . absent.
St. Waycroes Air Una Kailroad Com
pany vs O'Perry, before Judge Bnnct,
Were Superior Court. Judgment affirmed
All concurring, except Fish. J . aheent.
3Si. Uttle Rock Cooperage (Company vs
Hodge, end vice versa, before Judge
Smith. Pulaekt Superior Court. Judgment
reversed. All concurring, except Fish. J..
fCMOonEH enibi.bw sunk.
fat Down la the Darkness hy an
Atlanta. Dec. II.—A special from Ports
mouth. Va., says:
Chit down tn the darktiesa by a hig ocean
Steamship, the little arhooner Emblem,
Capt. Ooorge H. Marshall, wen* to th.i
bottom an Hampton Roads shortly before
daylight this morning
The eallars reached the deck juet In
time to eetge the dory, which wee being
toaed astern and drenched and shiver
ing. mailc their way to Old Point.
The name of the veaeel which struck
tnem Is unknown
The vssaels of the North Atlantic squad
son aent boats to the assistance of th
A IHOOTPO *mur.
•rrtnei Affair In Hakstls founts,
Fla n Right tlrfnre Last.
Tallahassee. Fla.. Dec. II —According to
news received here a serious shooting af
fray took place at Bepehoppy, Wakula
county, last night.
Four men were engaged. State Senator
W. C. Rouer. Edgar Nlms, \V. E. Ed
ward* and Frank Walker
It Is eald that the trouble was caused
by an attempt to settle some business af
fairs. Dr. Gwynn of Taltshaatee was
takan to ths arena of the shooting on a
PIES AND TARTS
Ark "Pison” Arts.
is pure and wholesome.
This root of many evils
Glandular tumors.abscesses, pimple-?
and other cutaneous eruptions, sore
ears. Inflamed eyelids, rickets, dyspep
sia. catarrh, readiness to catch cold
and Inability to get rid of It easily, pale
ness. nervousness and other aliments
Including the consumptive tendency—
Can be completely and permanently
removed, no matter how young or old
w gt*n th* durhtn
of HIIm V.reiMi. W averting N. V . who hod
broken oat with wr.ful, .ore* nil over btr
(nr* nod hwl Th Int battle helped her
end when ah* hod token ata the .eree wero oil
healed and her fee* wo. smooth He write,
that aha baa never ahowa anr alrn of tha
Promises to cure and keeps the
promise Ask your druggist for it
today and accept no substitute.
MR. MUM I Mi.lt I tltltl..
Thinks Seaboard Tire Hall May *ri
Atlanta. Dec 21.—Mevarol Atlanta fire
insurance field men have gotu* to havdti
n.*h to Inspect a fire wall on llutchtn-
Kon* 1-land at a result of statement
made by Mr. K Helbela, of Uolumhla. H
C\, while in Atlanta a few day* ago, that
It* conutructlon threatened the city with
a • Maas*root fire.
Mr Hcdwl* la *outhe**tern mstinger of
four fire companies. and hi* business In
tercet* require much travel in the south
east. While in B.tvarmah re< *ntly he |n
apectwt the HesleNird Air Lln* property
on Hutchtnaow'x Id and. Am*'g other
property owne.| by tin* Hc.'hnurt, there
are four wharves extending out into the
river. Wharf No. 1 rontalns natal afore*,
and la cut idt by a fire wall, which. a*
cording to Mr Helbela, d*e** not touch the
water when the tide la low. the wall be
ing built upon filings
Mr. Hell set*, while here made the state,
ment tha* If a turpentine tire orcurrwd
on this wharf at low tide th* bUxtng
turpentine witikl flow under the wall on
to the river, which It would et afire
Next to burn would be the other wharves
and a* the fire spread along, eventually
the city of Bavantiah Itself would la de
stroyed bv a monster conflagrat ion.
While a number of underwriters smiled
at Mr. Bethels' Idea and declared hi*
Imagination wa# excellent, others left for
Havaifnah to ln*f**et the wall for them
THE AHBmCTM ( AHRIVAU
Miss Kate IlnHla and Mr. Wheatley
Will Ho the Honors.
Amerlcue, Oa . Dec. II -The spirited
contest for queen of the Americas car
nival resulted In the election of Miss
Kate Hollis, a reigning belle, and one
of the most beautiful young women hi
Georgia. Thrro were a half doxen felr
contestants, any one of whom could have
worn the Itonors gracefully, but the se
lection of Mis* llolUs gives genuine and
To the queen was accorded the privilege
of selecting the king of the carnival, and
Mian Hollis bestowed this distinguished
hottere upon Mr. John Charle* Wheatley,
a prominent young buslines and society
This handsome couple wilt do the social
honors during the great Christmas car.
nival, beginning Monday next. They will
receive Gov. Candler, the B'.ate House
and military officers at the carnival hall,
which will be *he crowning social event
of fne week.
ATI,-ANTA Tallinn. 1111,1..
s, ii t her it Fragile, laclndlng Savan
nah, t niter Dl*enaltn.
.Atlanta Dec. II —Cfiarleaton and Ba
vaunah have expressed n strong desire
for haeehaH, and It la likely that a league
will soon be formed. embracing not only
tboss two cities, but Including Macon and
Augusta, wtut arc also anxious for ball.
Col. W. T Movers is dally receiving
letters from representative men, baseball
enthusiasts, of the above named cities,
who favor n compact and substantial
league. Mr. F. AJ. Zimmerman of the
Atlanta Rapid Transit, when asked If be
would sestet In supporting a club, said to
day: "Would like to nee baseball tn At
lanta next year, and ahoukl the right
kind of proposition present ttielf I might
fake stock In tt.”
Mr. Harry fklverman said that be fav
ored good clean honeet ball, and that At
lanta would have aome kind of w tram.
Another prominent ha*cha)l man sug
gests an entirely new bagiie, which he
has been quietly considering. It em
brace# the following cities, rind would h
known as the Georgla-Carollna League:
Atlanta, Bavannah. Charleston, Augusta.
Columbia and Macon, or Charlotte.
I’rellr YVeddlng Ceremony ■< I'olka
<n Thursday Night,
Koikston. Ga, Dec. II.—A very prstty
wedding took place tn the Methodist
Church here lest evening when Mbs Lil
lian Wamrtght became Sirs. J. W. Dick
•on. The ceremony was performed hy
Rev M. C. Austin In the presence of n
large concourse of relatives amt frb-nds of
Ihe contracting parties. The wedding
march from Mendelssohn wa* played hv
Miss Julia Strickland •• the bridal party
entered tha church The attendants were
Mr P W. Sasser of Paitereon with Mist
Martha Mills of this place, and Mr. Sam
uel Mills of Jai k-sonvtlle with Mist Ira
Goodyear of Way cross.
Mr. and Mrs. Dickson left Immediately
after the ceremony for loke Waccamaw,
N. 0.. on a vt*it to the groom • iMarente
The bride Is the second daughter of Mr
and Mrs. L. P. Watnrlght of Folkston and
one of Charlton county's most accom
plished young ladles. The groom ts ths
agent and operator of the Plant System
here and has made many friends sine*
coming to tMs place.
Plies Cared YNtlnont the Knife.
Itching. Blind, Bleeding or Protruding
Piles. Y’our druggist will refund your
money If Paso utninunt fails to cur* you.
ATLANTA ENGINEER DEAD.
Worked on First ffuhmnrln* Boats
Experimented on hy France.
Atlanta. Dec. ll.—William G Abell.resi
dent engineer of the Atlanta Gas Light
company, died early this morning at hts
home. No 12 West Baker street. Mr. Abell
,vee M years old. and bad been a resident
of Atlanta for eighteen years. He was
a Gorman by birth, hut left thn Father
land when s young men. and went to
France where he was engaged for same
lime In shlpbullllng Ml* duties there
consisted of work on the first sub-marlns
boats with which Frdnce experimented
Mr Abel! often talked of these expert
ments and expressed the conviction that
sub-marine navigation would finally be
come aun accomplished fact*
THE MORNING NEWS; SATURDAY. DECEMBER 22,1900.
tut* ii%hit\ iioi.r run
A Handsome Friar la Hr i oatr*trd
lor f'hrisimaa Hay.
Darien Ga., !>ec. 21 —Tha Darien Golf
Club ha* arranged for a gr ind Christina*
contest In which every member will en
rage The prixi* lx a silver cup. presented
the club by “Mr. Robert Man*on. The
handicap* are a* fol.ow*: It. Manson and
A H. Manton, •<rut<h, John Msnson, 6;
It I> Wylly, #. T. A. Hfuhba, 10. J A
Hpa* and T. J. Ale.drtm. 15 each. John D.
Clarke. 11. Uvlngston Kenan and It. D
Fox. 30 each; B T. Sinclair and C. K
Cook. 32 *aih; Le M. Bchmldt. W. 11.
H*r.lri and M D. Dunwody. 25 each; J. M
if, i .1! U Mac! irland. 3< -
It. W, Grulftti. Dr. Hpaiding Kenan, Rev
L It Lynn. It J. Downey and A W
Young. .*W each.
Th*. • up I* the handsome*! ever offered
for a similar context, being of solid sli
ver. ten Inches high, lined with gold and
appropriately Inscribed. The winner re
tain* the cup until July 4 wthen another
<on4e*| will be arranged and sitll other*
twice a year thereafter.
The game on Chrlxtma* will begin
promptly at If* o'clock, city time.
t'apt. Joseph Hikon. president of the
Illlton and Dodge Lumtaer Company of
• hi* city, ha* been appointed assistant
adjutant general, with the rank of lieu
tenant colonel, on tb*> staff of Gen. Kvana,
omtnanding the Georgia Division of
United Coiifederat# Veteran*. Col. flic
ton'* commiselop wa* accompanied by a
very complimentary letter.
Mr. W W Sinclair, city marshal, ha*
resigned. He ha* made a moo* l Officer.
Ill* *u * esor will bo elected Jan. 2 The
candidate* are Mr. Jam*-* Townsend and
Mr 8 A Way.
AXOTIITK It HI Molt.
% 014)0,000 Company to Rnild a Mae
From l.oalsvtlle tc Fort Royal.
Heaufort, 8 0., Dec. ?!.—lnformation
haa been recalved here of a scheme on
foot among Tennessee capitalists, ta k of
whom are several wealthy Chicago men.
to construct a railroad from Louisville,
Ky . to Tort Royal, 8. C. The promoter*
of the enterprise are \V J. tlauldm. Jo
seph t’p hprch, L T Smith. W. C. Hmith,
I>. r. Beaty, John H Bo arc he and George
N Wright, all of Tenne*x*e The- firo
moter* have already secured a charter
for tlie roacl In their own *tate arwl the
concern I* styled the Ixxilsvllh and Port
Royal Railroad Company. The company
I* (.'bartered with a capital of liot.uifl, and
ihc* value of the xhare* an SIOO each. It
is rumoied that back of the movement
ar wol'hy Western men. who bava re
cently exp* nde*l over t 1.000.000 In the pur
ha*e of Tennessee mineral land* lying
directly in the path of !h proposed line.
It lx claimed by the men Interested that
they will mak** a survey at once and that
a |M>rttnn *f their line will be under con
struction at at) early date.
101.41** OT M NOOL AOBX
Flgores of P*lcrlla's Srhncil t'opala
tloo I omptlerf.
Tallahassee. FU., Dec. 21.—lion. W. M
Hhrats. state superintendent of scliools.
has compiled several tables, the first of
which give* the following totals for the
stale, of the children of s drool age from
<J to 21 years:
White males. 44.023; white females. 4f.-
325; total white.
Negro male. it.ciW*. negro fexnale*. 24 -
3W; total n*gro, tth.tfTi Total male*. t 1.712;
tot 1 females. T.c.ilt- Grand total. 1*1,42^
The Increases over the school census
taken In are as follows:
Whit# mtii* t. 2.71L'. whHt females. 4 4>.
total w hite tmvrwas*. 7.156. Negro males.
320; negro females. 1.2 V.. total negro in
crease, 1,175. Total tncrease In state, fe.ftlc.
Thirty-two Indians ware re|iortel from
F. A Gurrle. Jas M. Griffin. Paul Vll
lar and 8 J Pitterson have enllstcM In
the I'en.Hatxda Light Artillery.
James I*ec is a new' recruit In the St
Ten new* recruits were recently sworn
in for the Governor's Guard*.
ROW If A a AY AUTOMOBILE.
Thoniasville la Keeping I p With the
Thomasvllle, Ga., Dec. S' —Thomavll|e
has an automobile, thus keeping up with
the procession. Tapi. Henry Metcalf Is
the owner of the electric carriage, and he
will soon give It a trill over the Thomas
Tourists are pouring Into Thomasvllle
now tn a steady stream.
The fixtures and appliances for the free
delivery of maU In Themasvllle will he
In place by Jar 1, when the service
Is to brgih tn this city.
Mbs Eiixabeth Milrs and Mr Benja
min Hubert were married Wednesday ev
ening at the home of the bride's patents.
Rev. B. D. McDougald officiating.
o* . 1
ATLANTA BOLDNCIMP HOME.
Gov. Candler Raaard the Hoard of
Atlanta. Dec. 21 —After approving the
poldters' Home bill to-day. Otsv. Candler
this afternoon appointed the Board of
Trustees for the Home The boards Is
composed of the following members:
First District—Col. J II Kstlll
Hecnnd District—Hon John Triplett
Third Distrtot—Hon. J. I! Martin.
Fourth District—Hon 8 W. Harris.
Fifth District—Hon W. L. Calhoun
Bcventh IHstrlct-Hon. C. D. Phillips.
Eighth IMrtrlct—Hon. IV. F. Jenkins
Ninth District—Hon. H. W. Bell.
Tenth District—Hon J. B Cummin
Eleventh District—Hon. A. M Knight
Real Same Hrlng Realised hy Three
Snath Carollaa miles.
Columbia, 8. C.. Dec. H.—The Increased
hold the dispensary ts getting on the pub
lic patronage, is well aa the taxpayers.
It IndU-ated by Ihe announcement that
the profile of the cities of Columbia.
Greenville and Bpartanfcirg for the last
eleven montha will be. respectively, 324.000,
111 (inn and Ill.lW This Is nearly three
times the Income of Columbia from the
license of barrooms On the other hand,
the effect of "blind tigers” Is shown on
the Charleston trade Her share will be
kli.Mk or E.OOO let* than Columbia, while
there Is more then three times the liquor
consumed there than tn Colombia.
TO fiIRK t COLD IR ONE DAT.
Taks Laxailve Fromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money tf It fella
to curt. E W. Grove's signature la on
esch box. Me —ad
•FECIAL Mi 1 H US.
lAg'sllKPAiiraltm A LI. COMBJUL
I Time Beef. Mutton and Venl. I sorb.
Pork. Matchless I'omed Beat. Ham*.
Sausage. TTlpa. ffweel Bread*. Pouttry.
ell kinds. Game all kinds. Celery, etc.
For Christmas my supply of Turkeys is
extra fine As also Duck* end Fowls
California Celery Le* me have your or
ders oa early as possible to secure seise
tlon. JOHN FUNK.
Both Phones M 7. City Market.
Best Christmas dinner you ever ate at
ban Francisco Restaurant.
Good focsk l ooked Haiti.
JOE CHANG. PropLetor.
111 Drayton street.
P. B —Tour pface will be savad for you.
do coma atone.
FI >KRAL ivvrr%noNt.
DKITCH -The friends and relative# of
Mr and Mrs. Cba*. 8 I>eitch and Mr
Arthur Delict), will attend tha funeral
of the former, Sunday afternoon at 3.3d
o'clock, from the- raakleoca of Mr. M. II
Schaul, S Hull street, weal.
Ml ii l>.v
MdAmM. KI.OH 111 % AM) HKtT-
I'-II % H % 11. W % 1 CO.
Aaaual Meetlug of Xfoek holders.
Savannah, Ga.. Dec. 15. I*o.
The annual meeting of the Stockhol m r
of this company will he held at the of
fices of the company In the city of sa
vannah. Ga oti Wcdneaday. Jsn. 9. lk'l
at 10 o'clock a. m., for tho eloctluti of
direc tor* and tho tranxoollon of such otb* r
buainess *s may come Ik-fore tho meow
ing. R. Ii HMITH Becretary.
■rT- i %L NOTicm.
(K>rHM. OFtiCOfh.lA R 4ILHAY CO
OtT!%* SThDIMIIP lOHPANI OT
Tuesday. Dec. 25. U ing a legal holiday
the offices ami freight wrareltouses of
these -omp.inies will be closed, except
that the locsLdellvery sheds will h- opu
until 9,0) a. m . st n*iard time, for the de
livery of perishable freight.
No local freight train* will he run
Christmas day. Therefore all freight for
point* cant of Macon itnd Augusta must
h* delivered for forwarding not later than
Baturday, Dee. 22.
R O. TRBZEVAXT. Agent
Dll iiiMß MOi i
- CMtlzenv Bank of Savannah.
Haiwnnah. Os, I>ec. 19. 19D*
A dividend of three dollars |er share has
boon declared by the Directors of The
Citlxc ns It.ink of Savannah, FAY ABLE
UN DEMAND, to stockholders of record
OEO C FREEMAN. Cashier.
NOTH I I*o vroi tv HOLDER •B % ' A'-
\AII HOI hi. COMPANY.
Havinnah. (• . l>ec. 19. 19U9
The Board of Directors lias this day
and ■ larrd a dividend iNo 6) of three (3 per
( lit.) per cent, on the capital stock of
this company, payable on and after De*
*22. Ikt). to stockholders a* of reewd of
tlvts date, at the Southern Bank of tie
State of Georgia.
JACOB HATERS President.
W. E GRADY, Bee rat ary.
fill IR\ 111— HE AtrnHT
—t il AHI.E*TOY—
-Btearner Pilot Boy leaves Bull street
wharf Saturdays 11 a. m. for <"har!*wton.
touching at Navnl Station. Beaufort
and way landings.
Fare Snwinmih to Charleston 13 00. In
cluding state room, meals extra—3sc each.
Oa. I’hona 366.
NOTH E TO DEBTOR*.
All persons Indebted to Mark Apple.
Bankrupt, are required io make Imme
d!*ie payment to the Trustee, at the
office* of Alexander A Hitch. Attorneyi,
(Ttlaene Bank Building. Brvan and Dray
ton street*. Bavannah. Georgia.
A L. ALEXANDER.
Trustee Mark Apple. Bankrupt
THE PI, *< B PS Ml * rotß CIMIIIk
Ml* UlOlb DI-HIV.
Our Florida Oranges. 35c doxen, are extra
Fancy Tangerine Oranges only Stk- doxen.
Extra Grape Fruit &e each
Fancy Balilwm Eng.-it siel Red
The tart Malaga Gropes In the clly cheap
Our Bananas are fine
New lot Cocoanuts Just In, 6: each.
New Bhred*l*d Cocoanuts k package.
Fancy Hum n HaUlns 16c pound.
Heeded Raisins Ihc peck, extra.
Fine Figs tor per pound.
Fancy Dutchess Figs 30c pound.
Mixed Nuis. f> kinds, get our prices.
Fancy New Dales l<c |>er package.
Plum Pudding 1& . 36c. .ter, 60c ran.
Fancy Queen Olives, English, pints, V
Full assortment Peek. Freau A Co.'s
celebrate,! English Franker*.
Our So Butter Is extra fin*.
Pinrapplr. Edam and Cream Cheese
Extra Fine Celery Just In.
300 quart* Fancy Cranberries 10c quart.
Almore's Best Mime meat 10c pound.
Get our prices on Fruit Cakes.
Exla No. 1 Mackerel, l'j pounds, each.
Stic, two Jfr
Extra No. 1 Mackerel. 1 pound aac. lie
Get our prlres on Eggs
You are cordially invited to vlall our
store this ilov and try a sample of
DIAMOND CONDENSED BOU\
which will tie served to visitors every
day. Quickly prepared, readily served and
C A. DRAYTON GROCERY COMPANY.
G. 8 Van Horne. Manager.
•pe< i ii, man* •
City of Savannah.
Ofneo Clerk of Council.
Dec. 15. I*UO.
The following report adopled at a meet
ing of Council held Dec 12. ISkW. Is here
with published for Ihe Information ot the
The Committee on Streets and Lane*,
to which was referred the pelltions of
the Vernon Shell Iload Company and of
the Savannah and Isle of Hope Railway,
asking for street railway franchises, beg
lo report that they have selected the
following streets as being available for
street railway purposes Price to Bt.
Thomas, to Plant, to Habersham, lo Es
-1111 avenue, to Bull, to Twelfth, to Mont
gomery, to Bt. Julian, to Barnard and
Bay; that the same be published for the
Information of the public, and we further
recommend that they bo given a hearing
In accordant e with Ihe provisions of the
above report, notice Is hereby given that
on Friday afternoon, the list Inst., at ♦
o'clock there will be a special meeting
of Council held at which time all partl-s
affected or at Interest are Invited to be
present for a full and free discussion of
the matter at Iseue.
WILLIAM P. BAILET.
Clerk of Council.
HEADS OF HOME*. HOTELS AND
Has It ever occurred to you that nearly
one-half your life la spent Inbed? The
maurvs* is the most abused article of
furniture, and should be well made ami
of good, clean material; M should be pick
ed and cleansed at least once each three
ymr* We make new one* to order, anti
have Improved machinery to cleans* and
plek old ones. Our mechanical work, tin •
of tickings, and material for filling, first
clan* Medicated Steam Renovation of
Feathers. Hair. etc.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND
Bel! Phone 1136.' 331 Drayton.
Of all the turkey* coming to town I have
the pick. Honeet. You can get Just what
you want at Jocyco's In anything, at any
time. Everything for Christina*
Phone* 107. JAB J. JOYCE.
P. B.—The finest Venison, Bologna* and
Frankfurters you ever ate Pure Venleon.
Nothing else. Delicious too.
FI YE CURLER*. FINE DUCK*.
Fine Game of nil kinds.
Fruits qnd Ants for Christmas.
Let m* know what yon want.
Phone* STS. M. S. GARDNER.
P. *.—l'm the trader.
Anything you want you get of u* fresh
• r.d fine.
Beef. Veal, Fork. Mutton.
1 none* 1171. SCOTT A DAVIS.
?. B.—Deliver/ prompt Goods the belt
BARLER OIL HEATERS.
ALUMINUM OIL HEATERS.
The Special “B" AIR TIGHT HEAT
ER, burns woed, cobs, chips and trash,
18 inch, 21-inch, 25-inch.
PALMER HARDWARE CO.
IS IT ANY ADVANTAGE
to pay SlO 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 onc-half the
price that others charge.
Graphopliones, Records and Supplies.
Kodaks, Cameras and Supplies.
Pocket books and (lard Cases.
Perfumery and Cutlery.
Everything we sell is the best.
Bull and Congress. 309 Bi ll Street.
•PBruL none w.
curkh'd scotch whijkt.
Till, c.lrbra'.d famou. old ~:()
Highland U'hl ky I. Imported dir. t
from th. distillery hy u
Thl. Greer Scotch \Vhlky Is
froacnteccl lo b. bottled abroad
and i* consigned to u. from UU>-
(OK. Protl.nd, aixl U In bond In
the I’nlted Bialea Ouetom House In
This (rand old Gre.r Scotch
Whisky U beautifully mellow and
mild to a deffree and Is soft to tna
pal.,!* as on* could i>os*tbly wlsb,
and there Is a nuttlness about II
that Is especially pleasing.
IV, are glad to let the public pur
chase aa small quantity as they
wish, even one bottle, for he pur
pose of Introducing the best brand
of Scotch whisky extant.
Llppman * Block.
Bole Agents for th. Oreer Dl.tll
lerles. Glasgow. Scotland, and Dub
lin, Ireland, for ,thir Scotch and
Irish WhUkita <
A LANTING REMEMBRANCE FOR
A HOLIDAY GIFT.
Solid Gold Spectacle ....55 00
Bolld Gold Eyeglass 6.60
Gold Filled Spectacle 3.30
Gold Filled Eyeglass J.W
Aluminum Eyeglass 3.3)
Aluminum Spectacle 2SO
The above prices Include tha
very beet lenses made. The par
ty tvho receives them can have
;heir eyes examined and glasses
changed to suit within one year
Free of Charge.
DR. M. SCHIV 111 A SOY.
47 Halt Street.
AFTER IRTKNMK *1 PEERING
for over a year from malaria, Bright's
disease and enlargement ot Ihe liver, I
came to Huwanee Minings after Itelng con
fined In bed for live weeks, on the advice
of my doctor. 8 W. Minims of Bylvanta.
Ga . who told me that the waters of Hu
wsnee Spring were ihe only cure for me.
My disease had advanced so rapidly that
when I arrived here, medicines would do
me no good. After staying here three
weeks, and following Implicit Instruc
tions. I am entirely cured. 1 cannot say
enough for these waters, and will always
I raise them In the highest, and would
certainly recommend anybody afflicted aa
1 have been to go to Buwunee Springs at
once. BRUNO PFEIFFER.
ALL YOU PAN DRINK FOR 6c AT
WE HAVE THE FINEST
line of Box Paper. Perfumery. Pocket
hooks. Lap Tablets, Scissors and Scis
sors Bets, Manicure Sets, Ladles' and
Gents' Dressing Cases aver shown tn
Please call early and leave your or
ders for HI’YLER'S CANDIES. In
baskeis. boxes and packages.
We are now giving special attention lo
house painting, kalsomlnlng and paper
hanging, etc. With a corps of only first
class workmen and a competent super-
Intedncm ws can do your work promptly
and satisfactorily. Get our estimate on
anything In houaa decorating line and
ANDREW HANLET CO.
The largest grower of Cut Flow
ers, and My Flowers are Ihe Fin
est Grown. Strong talk, but ihe
proof ts easy—send me your order
Grower of Fine Out Flowers.
By the American Bonding and Truvt
Company of Baltimore., We are author
ised to execute locally (Immediately upuo
application), all bonds In Judicial pr.>.
reeding* In either the slate or Untied
Stales Courts, and of administrator* and
TEARING A HULL. Agents,
Telephone 134. Provident Building
Abstracts ot the recorded land title* ol
Savannah and Chatham county from the
settlement of Georgia to date. Money
loaned at low Interest on etty real estate.
BECKETT A BECKETT.
PT*A*TRHH* AYD MABOttM' SUP
Cement. Lhne. Plaster. Hair and Blver
Sand. Prompt delivery. Reasonable price.
BAVANNAH BUILDING BI'PPLY CO..
Corner Drayton and Congtesa.
Ml ffIMEB* KOTICBB#
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
‘A choi. r 11l of prim* old alo* k lo
•elect from. A few specialties are;
SPECIAL tabu:. Itoltle $ .73
AMOROSO, liottle I.W
OUmOflA. leMtle 1.36
MAiMZANII.I.A, hottle 150
OWEN S SPECIAL bottle .... 2no
FINE OLD TAWNF.Y. liottle $ tfi
LONDON DOCK.* bollle 1.40
DUKE. l*ottie .. 110
Ak ahoul Cordials and Liquor*.
Special attention to shipments No
extra marge fur fw<k.isci.
The S. W. Branch Cos.,
Cor. Broughton and Whitaker.
Take Home a Box of
And be happy to-morrow.
City of Savannah Ga..
Office Clerk of Council. Dec. I*. 1*1).
The following ordinances are published
for the tnfornwiiton of all concerned.
WILLIAM P. BAILEY.
Clerk of Council.
An ordinance to penult the firing of fire
crackers and fireworks during the Christ
mas holidays as herein provide,!.
Section 1. lie It ordained by the Mayor
and Aldermen of the city of Savannah. In
Council assembled, That the firing of fire
crackers and fireworks is hereby permit
ted in the city of Savannah on Überty
street and south of I.llierty street (except
on Bull street north of the parade ground)
from Dec. 21 to Jan 1. both Inclusive, and
the ordlnjnro heretofore passed on this
subject Is amende,! accordingly. Except
as herein provided, firing of fireworks
and firecracker* In the city of Savannah
ts forbidden under penalties of existlug
Sec. 2. That the firing of firecracker* or
fireworks In. from' or Into Forsyth Park
Is hereby forbidden under Ihe eald penal
Sec 3 That all ordinances and parts of
ordinances In ronfli. t with this ordinance
are hereby repealed.
Ordinance passe,! Dec. 13. 1597.
An ordinance to permit bonfires In the
Park Extension or parade ground during
the Christmas holidays.
Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor
and Aldermen of the city of Savannah. In
Council assembled. That the building of
bonfires In the Park Extension or parade
ground, from Dec. 21 to Jan 1. both In
clusive. ts hereby allowed.
Sec. 2. That all ordinances and parts of
ordinances In conflict with this ordinance
are hereby repealed.
Ordinance passed Dec. 16. 1657.
ELECTION OF I IT! PRINTER. ~
City of Savannah,
Office of Clerk of Council,
Dec, 15, ino
Under and by virtue of a resolution
adopted at a mcrilng of Council held on
the evening of Dec 12. Ism. an election
for the office of city printer for the year
I*ol will take place at the next regular
meeting of Council, Dec. 36. isuo_ at Sp,
m. Bids for same must be handed tn ihls
office on or before Dec. 26. mu, u m The
city reserve* the right to reject any or
all bid A WILLIAM P. BAILEY,
Clerk ol Council.
“fob ml*. *
On* 10-Inch Steam Shot Gun Feed. 32
feet long; one Hill Osrlllatlng St,m Nig
ger. K an,! 10-inch cyollnders. only used
about thirty days; one Picket Machine
and one Nejcy Guide: also a lot ot Circu
lar Saws from 16 to 36 Inches diameter
Iron, the mill ol IJ. p. Smart A Bro u>
Emanuel county. The above for sale by
VALE ROYAL MFG. CO..
THE WAY TO cLIa.N l -AKPETg7~
The only way to get your carpet# prop
erly taken up. cleaned and taken care ot
for the summer, is to turn the job over to
the District Messenger end Delivery Cos.
telephone 2. or call at 33 Montgomery
Street and they will nuke you an esti
mate on the o*t of the work. Prices
reasonable. They also pack, move and
store furniture and piano*.
£_H MRDLOCK. Bupt. and Mgr.
Old Family Oloroso. Spain: Burgun
dies. Port. Old Tswney, 111,1 Tarugon ■
0..1 Tom Gin. Old Holland Gin, French
Cognac. Vintage lU6 Rhine Wine, Ctar
*i quarts and pint, Ai4 imported
Wuerahurger Hof Rreeu Beer on draught
Mwo* 718. ID-ill Wintakes SC
THE CHATHAM BANK.
LEOPOLD AOLfcJM. Pres|d anl .
C. 8. KLLIH, Vice PrMktfe^‘
JNO R DILLON, ('a.hier
BARRON CARTER. Aut Caahl,,
Sulk ns tha accounts of Individual,
firms banks, asaociatlora and corpora'
liberal favor* extended to eorrasponq
Wig bunks, a. our unsurpassed faollit,,,
loi coiiecltrg insure pruenpt return,
81 - Y8 AND BELLS FORF4ON gv t
CHANGE WRITER LETTERS n
CREDIT AND IBSI I* RANK JIONv-e
ORDERS PAYABLE IN ALL Part.
OP EI’ROPE. 3
Interest compounded quarterly on a.
polls In th. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Safety Deposit Boxes and Vaults "f<*
The Citizens Bank
Tran.aels s Geurrnl Baaklag
•ollrlt* Arroasta of laotv|g aU|
llrrchanta, Bank* and other Cargo,
t olleetloiia handled with safety
erunoruy and dlspateb
Interest, eompouuded qaarterl,
allowed aa depo.lt. la oar lan,,,
Kafrt, Depa.lt Bose, and Starag*
nn.kNTI.EV k. DENMARK, Pre.ldnßt
MILLS R. LANE, Vlee Pre.id.al.
GEORGE C. FREEMAN, Caahler.
GORDON L. GROOVER, A..t, Caahler.
ul ut stew uC Qeorgie
Surplus and undivided proflia ... Jeol x
DEPOSITORY OK THE STATE OP
Superior facilities for iransaotlng a
General Banking Busin*,,
Coll.ctlons mane on all points
.< ' tho ugh banks and banker.
A counts of Banks, Bankers. Were bams
and other* aollclted. Safe Lepoatt B.xte
Department cf Savings. Interest payable
Sells Sterling Exchanga on London Q
JOHN KLANNERY. President.
HORACE A fRANE. Vice Presldmit
JAMES SULLIVAN. Cashier.
JNO. FLANNERY WM W GORDON
F A WEIL W W GORDON Jr.
H A CRANE JOHN M EGAN
I.EF ROY MYERS JOSEPH FERBT
H P SMART CHARLES ELLIS.
EDWARD KEf.T.T JOHN J KIRRT
THE GERMANIA BANK
undivided prolUs ,'<
Thta bank offers Its services to corpora
tions trier hauls and Individuals.
,U authority to aot as executor, ad
ministrator guardian, ed".
Issue* drafts on the principal clllea In
Great Britain and Ireland and on rk
Interest paid or compounded quarterly
on deposit* in th. Savings Doportmen-
Safety lioxe* for rent.
HENRY BLUN President.
OFSG W. TIKDEMAN Vtc# FrM*.t
JOHN M HOOAN. Caahler.
WALTER F. HOGAN Asst Caahter.
t APITAL, •31*0.000.
Accounts of banks, merchants, corpora
tions and Individuals solicited.
Savings Deparimeut, Interest paid quar
Bafety Boxes and Storage Vaults lot
Collections made on all point* at rea
Drafts sold on all tha chlaf cltlaa of the
world. ..si Ra
JOSEPH D. WEED. President.
JOHN C. IK>WLAND, Vice Preside*!.
W F. MeCAULET, Clshler.
No. IHo. Chartered !
HIS Mill II
CAPITAL. hou.uw SURPLUS *llo<*t
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
J. A. O. CARSON. President
HEIBNE GORDON, Vice President
W M DA V A NT. Cashier.
Accounts of banka and bankers, mer
chant* and corporation* received upon
the most favorable term* consistent wits
safe and conservative banking.
THE GEORGIA STATE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
15 YORK STREET. WEST.
ff PER CENT, per annum allowed on
u deposits, withdrawabl* on demand.
Interest credit'd quarterly.
6 PER CENT, per annum allowed on
deposits of even hundreds, withdraw
able at annual periods.
GEO W TIEDEMAN, President.
B H. LEVY. Vic* President.
E W. BELL. Secretary.
C. O ANDERSON. JR Treasurer
ft NewiWif UNI
For ealr. a Foraalth Newspaper Folder!
will fold sheet 27x0 It ls In goo' order,
price 1100. It coat originally si.W*- fcul
w* have no use for It end went tha roa™
It will be tn Invaluable adjunct to ***
The Chatham Reai Estate
and Improvement Cos.
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms.
CITY OF SAVAXNAH POCKET
AO CEYTB EACH.
PRI.YTKfs 111 TWO COLORS*
SICKLY BOUND Iff tIJ)TH **D
STAMPED Iff GOLD Off llßffi
. # Fat Sal# bg
'n mr. morning sew*