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for Infants and Children.
Cantorln I* n harmless *iihtitutr tor Caxtnr OH, Paro-
ICortr. I(nip'< and Nootliiii}.' Nyrun*. Ii is IMeanatit. It
<i>nt u.iv neither Opium* .''l• >rilt 1 i>v n<r other Nareotle
dulMtanoo. It destroy* Wiinnn nml allnyw Fcvcrislii..-**.
It currs l>iarrb<ra ami Wiml Colic. it relieve* Teeth
lag TrouMea awl cure* Const!pnthm. it reralote* the
Stomach amt UowrN. eivintt healthy ami natural lcc|>.
Tlx* Children's l'anoceu—The Mother** Frieml.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
jj Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years.
IN GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
MW OF THE TWO BTSTIOS TOM*
IN I'AK lull %I*HS.
Mayor in>llh Asks Hrlp for Ihr Poor.
lirlSu to Ha vr Hlah Uci-nif for
Four triir*—ttnrli • oltoo Hrt...*
Hr 14 to rulumlm*— AuS'.-ta to To*
t'rrni I■> m I'otM la ulra ■Ho •• * u *
l.arro Importrr. Hit by **'*•-
rrlor Court 11*.'1*1....
Mayor Brlil*** Smith of llurnn, who
I* on of thr mo>i klmt-h*art otHl.il->
that avrr lived, has t*u<-.l a Christmas
pr.x- am.i’km. cnlllna ujam alt w,| o ar
ablr to do *o to rrrpoiHt to il >|>|- tl* tor
holp which have lj n tnj.lc through the
te n-rpapor Thl m*k well for Mayor
Stmtu but poorly for Macon.
limb Mrru.r for I'renaiooi < oinpnn-
Thr Finance Commute* of the An
giiaia City Cos ir II lm* decided to pl..<
a Itcpnee tax of 1* on .e h t.rrmlum
company and alw* to . h.irge .• h nv-r
--rhent uelng the system sl'.’ The prob
ability fc* that the acti u •! the commltta *
wid i ratltud by Council Tha premium
coupon baauieea ha* lev I* ha.lt> o v erdo* i• ■
In Augusta ami the outhotltle* are -ty
poaed to call a halt.
A Pena lon for Hla ttnatrr’a Widow.
Jera May, one of Mncan'a mall oorrlere. 1
1 now making an eflort to get a penelon
for hi# maater'a widow. Jere went
through the wat with hia tnader and
waa faithful to him throughout Sim* the
war the family hilt met with revere.- and
HOW the widow nerd, a ja-ii'lon Hlh- .11.1
not know i>on to g. about getting up
the proof of her hu. u.-i a edrvn • . the
Confederacy. Jer. May h ird about h< r
effort and wrote to her. trillug tor that
he could not only certify to It hltn*. If.
but ihot he wa.ixl find hla tnaaler’e old
comrade#. or* number of them, to prove
It ond he h* lul conoi.lei-able corr.-
n>oMlance In regard to IL May I' on* of
the oldeat and tha mot faithful carrier#
tn tha Macon offl.-e.
Griffin Will Have Hlnli I.lcenae.
—•— —. r~t- >He next four
V tlHd to Pte
Tim New* and Sun Mnoumf In
•dvanre of th# count'll meeting this r k
that th# annual ll*< n#* for barracan# next
year will b* fixed at %M, ami tin* whole-
I** liquor dealers' llceniw# aHi be
Thl# whs obtain™! by Interview* with • *.*
individual •Mormon. and whlk* aoim* fa-,
voreJ h#*f a* much mere, the majority
paid they would vote for the amount*
num*!. Every on#* declared hlm**tf In
favor of the same atrlct regul*Don* that
prvvaiM so aatl#fciorlly Ju*t before pro
hibition want in.o affect, with no aerren*.
no her* In caHarr*. ami lifting at 10
o'clock If l* probab!# that each one who
open* up will be r squired to glvi* bond
and that violations of regulations will op
erate a forfeiture of the llcenae.
Much rotlnn Hrlri In Cotwmbne.
A treat deal of cotton I* being held In '
Columbus SBI PHVWra- ■"* f''-IP' ■
kero, the warehouse* of Coltimbu* will
carry over lo the new y ar l **' bales of
ootion of the present season. Including
• bout 1.000 baler *tovk on hand at the be
ginning of the pieaesu cotton reaeon In
tnort of the warehouses, raya the Colum
bus Ledger. every available space ts mil
teed for the storage of the fleecy staple,
and while the market Is watched with In
terest from day 10 day by the warehouse
men and owners of the cotion nored
with them. It may be accepted as a fact
that the men who own the cotton are de
termined nos to s. II It for lers than ten
rens. The men who own the cotton, with
few exception*. are nble to hold It till
spring. If necessary, or even longer.
Those who will need money b.-for th it
time will have no trouble In getting Is
from the warehouse*.
To Encourage It hllr Settlers.
The Madison Advertiser: There Is a
condition In Morgan county which bear*
a fruitful Iraosn. Buyers are eager for
lands In upper Morgan, the white belt
section. Lands are held at double the
value of those In the black bcls division
This 1* no fancy It Is an observation
of the real estate trade; but It Is reassur
ing to know that a movement Is project
ed SO change tide A b'n-c
.jnd* in lower M rgan. tnd I
mail Who has the brim Hub energy anil
•plrlt to accomplish what he undertakes,
remarked to the writer a few days since:
"I am going to change this condition
With what I own and control I’m going
so open the way to while colonisation by
aubdlvlatcn and selling on terms that will
attract She white small farmer of small
mean* and energy to *<ek a home in this
quorter and to open It up lo prosperous
conditions." There I* something cheerful
In this proposition, because It will suc
tVlllle Brown, known a* tha "Tfellow
1 I." w.is arrested on board th* Olivette
Port Tama last week, on a .‘barge of
~on a telegram from Chief of
Vlnrant. of Jacksonville, which oc
•i about two weeks ago. Il I* clalm
-1.11 there ts poetrtve evidence that
VO took the policeman's pistol from
, md etd fired one or more shots at
•hc#r. after he wae ot first shot dr.n
- It ■ tough-.ooknvg negro about 25
- o.d. and ha* a face w hich would
, ot* I bat he I* mean enough to do
p css Tree Baser* nissallißcl'
• Ualnesvtlle Bun: Some lime laat
icr several per*on vtelted this part
I'.orida purporting to represent the
jK-n* Nursery at Angleton. lex
made extensive aaie# of pecan trees
„ delivered In the fell at • stipulated
price. Trees have since beer, delivered
in other persons claiming to represent
the sente interests, but the stock Is not
* m I'ontracts call for: and It Is further
al.eged by thoae svho have made an In
vestigation. that there la no such nurserr
a' Angie ton Tex. It rcema to be th* gen
eral belief of those wno hold contracts
that they liav*> been victimised. W*
know nothing regarding toe fact*, aui
i**k only from hearsay.
Ilntniin Tobacco Importer# Ifaril
The Tami* Time# ray* that the clear
Havana <l*ar uuinufrt turer* and th ln
porter# of II iv.ina tobacco In this coun
try were dealt a-• ver* blow by th* Su
preme Court of tht t'nitcfl State*. In li*
tlct-mion •u*talninf th* mlon* of the
government m th#* f.trnu- Hothv ’hlld
t*‘*t -■ which was le’KUti In Nt w York
fl • i- .•*. This ca*e
li.ik lm fi carrb*! through all of the
court-, and th** Supreme Court so the
| ’ KM
els Its# oi the tariff an Havana tobacco
~ r i • • o mweb cm
td-ntlon. Tlio *l*‘< l*lon virtually anroves
the jr* •nt n***b *f a -nn ill. which Is
deemed tha Impoi m extremely un
jn>t . I’nder the confiruetlon of the Su
premo Court the Injustice of the law to
th** Importer I* apparent. In that If a bale
of tobiitt o contain*- M per rent >f wrap*
ping he l* permitted to pay 36 cents |*r
duty on Ml jF-r cent of It a* filler.
bu 4 If it should contain lit i***r #*ent. ol
wrapper he k* c*om|H-lleti to pay 11.k6 per
pound, not only upon the wra|>per, but
ih N p# r cent, of filler contained in
The Jacksonville Times ftnion and Citi
zen sayw that the outlook for the east
roast golf tournament this year I* bright
for n large attendance of fine players.
More Intere-r. ven than heretofore hi
been shown In ipo'.f circle* nil over the
country this winter, and this means th*i
u- mUtwinur approaches the players will
ft*'k to I'isr-S.i. where the t**n|eritiire ’#
just stiff I lently hrtrlng to make the sjort
me enjoyable. The various links are b**
irK ptw in readiness for the season now.
and later the progtamm*- of tne touma
fnents will be atmouncetl. The eightei'ii
hob links at I’aim Heard are prnrthally
Yearly for play now. With the splen-lid
turf At I’aim Beach, this course ie con
sidered one of the very best In the South.
aim) many p*n>ers miv It has no equal.
Although it will be |*s*s than 6.00 m yards. It
Is neld that longer course Is not desir
able In Florida. It is expected that there
will he several minor tournaments early
tn the month of Jewnitry. the dates of
which have not en announ -*l I'uring
*be latter t>art of January the turnament
for the President's cup will be played, and
this will protviMy be the first notaole
•vent of the ESast Coast eeaton.
MII. It OISE IMI’HOI INfi.
A New Yertlon of thr Wakulla
*linoti ii it tftn* tihrn,
Ffa., TVc. 23. Senator W. C.
Rouse Is .it the McCord House, where Dr
i Gvrynn i* attending him Ills symptoms
tiftvs Improve! in every particular.
Quite a dlfT* rent story le now told In
regard to the shooting of 8* nator House
atkl l*>lg;r Nims. The shooting took place
a* Ashmore, and the story Is now given as
The trouble grew out of two dlepute*
about timber cut ami hauled. The fire!
dlepute was lietwcen Kilgar Mnu and
Frank Walker, The econd was bet ween
Walker and Rouse.
As the story goes, Rouse was the ag
greaaor. Roue, and Nima vlalted the bue
incee place of Walker, ltouee was etnnd
ing on Walker’s sti-iw, shaking hie list In
Walkers' face, when Walker shot him In
the otstomen. Mints then rushed u|K>n
Walker und struck him In the face, with
a pair of kiMFks. Walker ataggered hack
a ft feet, but quickly recovering himself,
shot Mime through the stomach and In Ihe
heart. Nlm- walked a few paces and fell
dead. A coroners' *Jur> rendered a ver
dict of murder In the second degree,
t’apt. Charles Alfred Coy and Vise
Florence Lorrnxo tk novar Were quietly
married Sunday, a< the residence of the
bride, by Rev. J. L. llugott of the t'aih
ItOI Mi M tV IIU OVtIR.
The trial* Passed lealerday Without
Tallahassee, Fla.. Dec. 24.—Tit* crietc.
cam* lo the case of Senator House to
day. An o(>emtloii was not neceasary. He
Is decide.llv belter, and there Is latja- that
he mny recover.
Jt( lisotst 11.1.11'K Mitt CM 11.
Or. Taylor'a totrl lil-a for Koys Who
Move >o Home Life.
Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 21 —Jacksonville
has anew cnndhldate for favor In the
club line, the Cherokee Clult. While the
S.-mlnolc one of !h* oldest In the city—
has on Its membership roll the elite of
the city, th Cherokee, on (he contrary,
i has for member* hoya who hove no siand
[ Ing, a* It were, hoy* who have little home
1 training or attraction*, and whs nerd help
! to make them good men.
Thl* ts a plan of I>r. J. N. Taylor, phy
Contagious Blood Poison.
Till* Is a disease th* serious condition of which Is well understood. For cen
turies Be baneful effects liavc lieen lain.led from on* generation to another, for
unless ev*o r vestige of the disease Is sllmlmtl*,! Ihe
dreadful taint Is certain m lw transmitted to posterity.
My treatment for this disease Is a |elilve end perma
r' nent cure, and ho* been so demons!rated In thousands
K of cases. It gently but thoroughly cleanse* Ihe *>stem ot
y &oi Wo* ■ every trace of the vile poison, removing promptly every
V outward indication of the disease, and cures to stay
■ Jm' ured. Ido not dose my patients on strong drug* which
damage the system, my treatment la thoroughly effective,
but entirely harmless I have treated this disease auccete
. /L si fully* for twenty y.strs. and by nn original method known
<mly to myself, have cured more rases than any other
_k jy-s ; A physician In Ihe t'nlted Slat**. I also treat with th* same
. v a gc ,Y| J success nil chronic and private disease* of both men
‘ N ySr’ * v and women, auch na Loa* ot Manly Vigor, Birlcture. Verl
fW ' cocei*. Skin Dlaeaae*. Kltney and Bladder Complelnta,
J Newton Hathaway.M D. Female Weakness, etc. I invite every one to conau.t me
without charge, either In pereon or hy letter, and will
take pleasure In sending my newest *4-pa ge book end symptom blank*, explain
ing fully my perfect system of home treatment. t'orrespondeno# strictly confi
dential Private revet, lon room for ladies. S> A Bryan street. Baxoauxah. Via
Office Houre-it to U, 2t06,7t0 2p. m. Banday, lt> a m to Ip. ni
THE MOKNING NEWS: TUESDAY. DECEMBEK 21, 1900.
slcian m ihe County Hospital. Home
week. h. -wtftweveral boy* an a gave
them a talk a*l a go<t mt>r#l lecture
To hla .urprta. It pl.aae.l the boya ai><l
they thanke<l him and aakwl that It b
continued. They were boya more uaed to
cigarette .rooking, playing <-mp. "cuk-
Ing," •'■ . than to hear moral word.,
hence the lAoctor’a atirprl.e Me accept
ed the mlp.ion and arranged for room.
Here hi# boya met again and thy
brought aeveral new one. with them
Th. doctor, to further ht plan*, started
a Hub ..rat called It <he Cherokee It *•>
for boya with little- or no home attrac
tion*. thoae whoae training had been neg
lected. It war a .ucceoe. The memher
rhlp ha. been wel|**d to over .eveary,
lr Taylor. In epeaklng of the oraaniaa
"Jack.onvllla ha* m large number of
hoy. who eerm <o be neglected and other,
grit - Mgget be few. kt t > 1.1 .. >.g r. (hi San
day .chool.. They re.|Utre ennu ihlng a!
togetiier novel and I think we have It tn
Ihe Cherokee Club. We meet every
Friday evening and there la ten minute,
moral lecture and ten mlnu.ea fun. kith
thl. alternating for * couple of hour* the
boy. ore antueel, and aome greatly Im
pre.eed. It I* my purpnoe to enll.t a
number of prominent cttiaen# In the work
••The amuaement. a hleh follow each
lecture are tioxlng ron..U. football,
.winging club, and other game* that will
give the hoy. good exercl.e We allow
no .wearing nnd do all In our tiower to
elevate all who attend."
IAM At. FMHNONAU
Mr Ben Drew of Myotic I. a gueat of
Ir. k: II Itaw 1. of Dublin I* reglatered
at the Berev<n.
Mr. If E. Weed of Griffin It a gue.t
of Ihe Fi^aakl.
Mr. M. C Taltwt of Atlanta 1 reglMer
ed at the Pulaokl.
Mr. J. It Tippett of Hawklnavllle I* a
guest of the Screven.
Mr. O Alaaa left via the Plant Sy.tem
ypoiorday for Tamim
Mr. <1 W. Gueat left via the Central
la at night fur Macon.
.Mlr*e K. and F laittlmorc orrlved loot
night on the Kanea* City.
Mr. Jme* W. Hngllth left over th#
Central l*V bight for Ailantu.
Mr. W Herman left via the Seaboard
Air l.tne yesterday f<or Richmond.
Mr*. Malcolm Cunningham left via
the Central yeaterday lor Atlanta.
Mr. C. B *Coburn arrived from New
York la.t nigh! on the Kanaae City.
Mr. J 11. Cavanaugh wug a pae.enger
of the Central tut night for Atlanta.
Mr. F, Huger w. a pa.aenger of the
Plant By.tem yeaterday for Baltimore.
A ptirty of ten lourlat* left over the
Plant Byaiem ye-t.relay for B<. Augustine,
Mr. W. J. Walker waa among the
paxeengera of the Central la.t night for
Capt J ft F Tattnall and party left
over 4he Plont System yeaterday for 81
Mr. C H Bill* wa. among tbe pattern
ger* of the Kiiiisuh City k*t night from
Mr. amt xtr. T R Cooper were among
•he pae.engera .if the Central laal night
Mr. F. M. Oliver w.i* among the pa
eenger* of the Plant Sy.tem yeaterday for
Mr. B. Ilonaw —a. among the paa*-n
--ger. of ihe Plant System yeaterday for
Mr Jinnee Barrow of Athene l tn the
city to apend a few day with hi# father,
Hon. Pope Barrow.
Mr John Ro**, .on of Mr Sam R 0...
I. home from achool In Bo.too for the
Christmas holiday*. V
Mr F. H. Clarke was among the p**-
•••. or .he Seaboard Air Line yes
terday for New York.
Mr and Mrs. W. P. Scruggs left yes
terday for Orlando, w here they will spend
Ihe Christmas holiday*.
Capt and Mrs. T S. Lucas were among
the passengers of the Seaboard Air Lin*
yesterday for Charlotte.
Mr. 11. Itay Miller and 11#]. H. W.
Richardson left via the Seaboard Air
Line yesterday for Garnett.
Mr and Mrx. F. F. Wheeler were
among the passengers of the Seaboard
Air Line yesterday for Pori Orange. Fla.
Mr and Mr*. Clark Howell of Atlanta
arc In the city visiting at the home of
Mr. H M. Comer. They will return to
Mr Charles C. Martin. Jr . a Savannah
lioy who Is In attendance thl* year at the
Gordon Institute nt Rarnesvllle, Is spend
ing Ihe Christmas holiday* with hi. par
Miss I .aura May Connor of South Car
olina. one of Varnvllla** popular young
Indie*. I* spending Chrlslma* week with
Miss Kleanor Middleton, at 1012 Lincoln
Mr. O. A Whlrehead Jr . Hi In the city
spending Christmas with his family and
friend* Mr Whitehead I* now doing im
portant railroad construction work in
■Mr. Jack Kennlh- H In the cltv to spend
the holiday* at home and with tils friend*,
lie I* at present studying law In Augusra.
ami has alxiut com pi e is. I his course, lie
will stand hts examination for entrance
to the hor on Jn. 18.
Mrs. Augusua Cavatintigh ami her
.laughter. Miss Blanche Cavanaugh. Icfi
list night for Alluntu, where they will
spend a few day* w.th Mr*. Cavanaugh'*
son. Mr. Tom Cavanaugh, who t* there
from Emory College for the bo.Bley*
From Atlanta Mr*. Cavanaugh and Miss
Blanche will bo to New York, where Mis
-10,1 Ith Cavanaugh, nnolher .laughter. 1*
perfecting her voire under the Instruction
of Mr*. Kirin* They will remain In New
York until next June, when they will re
turn to Savannah.
Prof. L W. Mehrtena left last night
for Washington, ti.i where he will *|>eu<l
Christmas. Prof Mehrten* -|<ent some
y. ar* In Washington before .00.i,,K to
Savannah which was fifteen year* ago
He expected to find many change* In the
historic town. flen. Toombs was among
the res'.dents of 'Washington when Prof.
MehMen* tvn* there, and the iatter will
miss the famous ex-I'onfe.lerate ami
others with whom he was associated dur
ing hi* musical career In their town
Prof Mehrtcsi* expected to play to-day
on an organ m the Methodist Church that
he was largely Instrumental in placing
there. He was the leader In nn orgnnlx*
tlon Ihal raised s!.t<n so purchase th
organ The professor's former friends
will doubtless be glad to see him in Wash
A PERrCCT BLOOD PURiriEßj^
USHERED IN WITH A RACKET.
(Continued from Eighth Pn** )
pifi-Hff* In through th* dangor*
that beset houses when tbs small boy and
th** firecracker or# nbrood In the lond
Idfist Chliasmss #*xirsor*llnsry pr#n®r!t
tiotis serf mi4(le by ihs firemen to svotd
bluscs. A flr# pitrol w* put Ufsm the
rrrccis. and the wagon was kept on the
move* Mil the time It w* manned by n
nimbi r of the laddie*, and their wrwtchful
n* -* mty have prevented -erlous flre.
Thl** Chrlotmiii Hupt. Mesulre h* not
been able to put on ft w.igon patrol.
If 4 use the vehicle that WM* uee<| 1 •
ytir l In the nho| to In* overhaulel and
put In condition for use at the new sta
tion, No. . that is now in |cocoss of
erM-4ion on Brntrd street. Not havlna
the w.igon. the superlntendsirt did tne
n'xt be*l thin*:, whl h was to detail a
number of men to move afoo! along the
down-town streets and keep u|hs\ the
lookout (or incipient flames.
The firemen will be kept at this duty
f long .is there in need for them. They
will not only devote their *nerKleH to
the *xtbiirui*tiinenl of an> very small
blaXba they may In* able to nip In tha
bud, but will i*o prev.nt violations of
the ordinance that prohibits the use of
hreworka north of liberty itreet. Any
dangerous demon#* rat lon in the nature of
pyrotechnics will he suppressed.
TUB tO>YH TV BILL OF FARE.
How They \% 111 He He*aled at the
( onnt) Farm and the
The convict# at the county farm anil
the camjN* throuuhout the county will
b- given a full bo.iilay todsy. (*hrlstn*OF
is the only day In the year which is thu*
observed, and It will be e#dehrate#l today
with more than the accustomed exuber
ance H*.i generosity.
The Chiletmas dinner for the convicts
will boon rather n elaborate seal#, and It
is nafe to n>. will be betier In many re.
tipects than that which oms of the fortu
nate poypeshots of their liberty will enjoy
Chairman Du has directed that the con
vlcts fee*l to-day of the beet, and Bupt.
Chaplin ha# had prepared a wholesome
menu. It is #e follow#
Barbecued pork, county.farm '
Irish Potatoes. Yellow Yam#
Oranges. Apples Cake*.
I'ilies of plug-cut tobacco.
The convicts have lieer, told of whai Is
In store for them, amt they are looking
forward to u—lay's dinner In high antic
ipation. Most of them are negroes, on
whom the etlitnia of conviction and con
finemt nt does not cast any very black
shadow, and their Joy to-day will probably
be without n Haw.
(SANTA LAI * AT TYBliti
Old At. Mrk Slade Hl* First Appear
ftsnia Claus made hts appearance on
Tybee Island yesterday, much lo the de
. ... . hud there. Toy* were die
ttihule.l among the sola, while the larg
er children were rememltered In a near*
substantia) way. As stated In yesterday s
Morning New*, thl* remembrance to the
children on Tyliee wen ntede possible
through the effort* of th* Mlsse-i Sue and
Elisabeth Schstick 11 wae OSM of those
Chrlsltnas festival* whlali the llltle one*
may thoroughly enjoy.
T!* v*ii*rabH‘ Hiintii Clau* w ** an un
known quant tty to many of tbo children,
but they wrA promptly apprised of hi*
mlf*lon after h de** * roll'd th* <tolmney
Into the room, and kitrr took perfKMial
charg* of th* dUirlbutlon of preaem*.
The care taken to have a i;eneral dlr
trt button wf hown In the fact that not
oven the colored liildren on the island
WKHA’K'F.a AT THU BtTHfib
Kill nr Held for Bpeelal tteaellt of
There will be no further observance of
Christmas ot the Htdiors' Bethel to-day
than tlie religious service for Scandinavian
seamen Ihal Will be held at : o'clock
this morning. Th# Christmas festival at
the mission will be held Thursday even
Superintendent Iverson, of the Bethel,
enld last night that il we* the Invariable
custom In the Scandinavian countries to
observe Christ mas In the churches, and it
Is a part of the plan to make "those who
g.. down lo the sc* In ships" thoroughly
it home In Savannah to host the religious
service of io-.hty. for the special benefit of
the Swedes and Norwegian*.
CHHISTAI Aw IA HIIBBUnVIMJ!.
Pupils nf tin*pel Mission Had a Trer
Tlie pupils of ihe Sunday school at the
Gospel Mission In Robertavllle enjoyed a
Christmas tree last evening. The exer
cise* consisted of singing and recitation*
hv the children and the distribution of
presents from the well-loaded tree. Oos
pel Mission Chapel Is loealed at the cor
ner of Lumber and Lhtle Jones street*.
Bupl. locwls rtteven* of the White Rib
lon Ml-eion. commenced early In the pist
summer holding cottage meetings In this
community, and In August the present lo
cation was secured and regular unscctarl
an meeting* and a Sunday school have
*lnce been conducted. Kxperlrnced teach
er* have been secured for Ihe school, and
good result* are being obtained. About
twenty-five children are regularly enroll
ed as pupils, but thirty-five got presents
from the tree last night. Mr Stmens ta
superintendent of the echool and Mr.
Ralph Poole, secretary.
COIUTS WILL BE CLOSED.
Officer* and Tbelr Force# Wilt All
Have a Holiday To-day.
All the courts In Savannah, thoe* of
the United State* as well as those of tbe
•tate. will be closed tijrht to-day and the
officer# enjoying the good tlm#* and the
good things of the Christmas season.
There will be a holiday all along the Hoc.
Not only will the state courts he closed
but all the county officers at the Court ;
House and their force." Will ba absawt
from their office#. For mo Ft of there offi
cer# and clerks the month of I) ember j
ha# been a bu#y one and they will enjoy
the holiday with a double zest.
WILL 111. H Mil: A CARDINAI*
Arrhlilabop Mnrflnelll, Win* lletll
ewfed #n\Mtiniir i itfhetlral.
It (ms been definitely announced from
the Vatican that Archbishop Beha#tian
Martlnelli. the pap.l legate m tnl# coun
try, by whom the new cathedral here wu*
dedicated last October, i# to b** raUl to
the cardin.-ilate early during the com tug
The new# will be gratifying to tho*
Savaiinurtlan# who hal the p;*H#ure of
meeting Mgr. Martlnelli while he war In
Surannah. upon wnom he fn.tdc u pro
found imp residue*.
It is expectenl ihat the Pope will send
two #pe. mi messenger#. the #■ r
let beret la and the inaignbi of the Smr.d
(\>llege to Mgr. MMrtinelli, ttnd there em
Liemr of hi# dignity will h*- conferred upon
idm formally by the Cardinal Archbi#hop
Ulbhon#, at the Baltimore Cathwlr.il
After thin ceremony the newly ma<ie car
dual I will proceed to Rome, wnere he wiii
reelvt the #, re| hat” directly from the
hstnd* of the Po|n*.
Mgr. Martlnelli, when he I# rai-e<l
to the carlinalate. will be one of the
youngest member# of the Barred College
being but W >ear# old. lie la the head of
the ancient Auguetlnian order, io which
office he wa* choFrn In 18K* lie is the
#c*(M.d |*i|**l legate to the Unit. I Htai*
hi* only predecessor being Cardinal Fran
cis Satoil!, whom he SUCx%eded in lh*.<7
Mgr Batolll wa* mode a cardinal only
a ehort time before he was retailed to
Rome and It 1# rather beitevM that Mgr
Martinelir# eievztUiri I# but prellml
nary to hi# recall. It is thought to be
the pope # purpose not to keep his leg.it* .
Indefinitely In thl# country, hut to change
them at the end of definite period*.
W ANT BANK.It! ITCV DECLARED.
Petition Filed tssin#! tbe Nanniaii
Foundry ii ml Hnehine t otn|Nin> .
A petition In Involuntary bankruptcy
win filed In the 1/ntud State* District
Court yesterday morning ag ilnht the Sa
vannah Foundry and Machine Company.
U U contended by the moving creditors
that the company ha# com mb ted an act
of bankruptcy, In tht It ha* acknowledg
ed in wrltln*. to one of its creditors It#
inability to pay it* deb #.
The petition wa.** filed by Messrs, du-
Htgnon & Stephana, on behalf of the Pal
mer Hardware Company, the Isaac Jo
seph Iron Company and the Herman Coal
and Wood Company, wlo#e claims aggre
gate In amount about $1,126. Ii I# allege.}
that the Foundry and Machine Company
is, a# matter of fact, insolvent, and it
I# a-k*l that It be declared bankrupt and
a receiver oppolnted to manage its asset*
for ilie Unfil: of the crc.'li:cr.\
Till* AtfIKIIH t* 4 \lt M \ IL.
t romli In %tten]nne* anti the 4 lf>
lurnnl Oirr to lll** Hrvelrr*.
Amcricuf. Oa., Dec. 24.—Anierius’ *rr at
Chfiatma* carnival openrd thl* morntok
under hrlirhteat auaptcea and the week of
Kalety and bejc.in. A hun
dred tented attraction* fill the buflne>.
atreetp nd did ruahtiiff buelneaa whll*
thouMimla watched free atimtlonH out
T!ie Pealmird Hallway brought hun
dreds of vtattora to-day n> did the <>n
tral Railroad and the buslne** s>lr#*et‘-
were thronged with the purging multitude
of alyhtpeem and carnival revelere.
The Queen of the Carnival make* her
first public appearance to-morrow after
noon and the occasion Is pleasantly an
ticipated. Hu*ln**e* houses are yay with
hunting and the streets to-nigh! present
scenes of yreat festivity. AH restraint
Is i alain kMM*d sml within bounds of pru
dence the <Hty has been surrendered to
the gay revelers during carnival week.
% 4 hrla4niM* 4 nmt
Hal!. I !**•♦•l morn.
When iTirlul man l*>rn.
We flaHly welcotin the*;
Oar heart* are jo*y,
While fable forrowt flee.
I>> nil be Klad,
I>t none Ik* wkl.
Hid Joy and love Incrowe;
With naught amUi,
In |H*rfect bllm
Hrovlalm Him ’‘Trlnce of Pea^.**
Plfpeiw yi 111*.
H eouikl ye hlil*.
Hif name in majefty! *
Come, rich an 4 poor.
Aral kneel be fora
HU throne. He’ll comfort thee.
Through ChrUt we llv#.
To Kim we *ive
Oar henna In filent prnyer;
For on thl* mom
The IdOnl wan born.
HU prefence llfkfm near.
Hal), blefeesl morn.
W hen ChrUt w.tf lorn.
Of *!l the <l.4yf the beat;
HU |*r:iUef sii.k.
Rich garland* bring.
To breathe upon HU hreaft.
—K >lph M-th\wn.
Cores PILES or Money Reiunded.
Sold under guarantee at following store,:
Kowllnakl'a. Jones. Masonic Temple,
Knight r, W. F. Reid'e. Marlow • Cave
land s. Donnelly's, and W. A. Ptgmaii'a,
LI PPM AN BROS.. Savannah. Oe . and
W. r. REID, Bavwanah. Oa, Dtetnbutora.
Id and I*l Broughton St., West,
We extend to our friends and patrons our best wishes for
fl MERRY CHRISTMAS!
This week we offer all our Holiday Goods at special
ly low prices, and have made great reductions in all use
ful articles suitable lor Holiday Presents.
ALBIUS, DRESSING CASES, PORTFOLIOS,
MANICI’RE SETS, SHAVING SETS, GAMES,
COLLAR AND CLEF BOXES, GLOVE BOXES,
HANDKERCHIEF BOXES, TOILET CASES,
FAN BOXES, WORE BOXES, WKITINC DESKS,
DOLLS, CINS, MAGIC LANTERNS, HORNS,
SAVINGS BANKS, LOTTO, DOMINOES, PIANOS,
DRUMS, TEA SETS, CORNETS, DOLL TRUNKS,
GENTS’ FINE NECKWEAR, GENTS’ GLOVES,
GENTS’ HANDKERCHIEFS, GENTS’ UMBRELLAS,
LADIES’ FINE NECKWEAR, LADIES’ CLOVES,
LADIES’ FIR COLLARS, LADIES’ H R CAPES,
LADIES’ HANDKERCHIEFS, LADIES' JACKETS,
BOX COATS, READY TO WEAR SKIRTS,
LADIES' SILK W AISTS, LADIES' SILK SKIRTS,
INFANTS' CAPS, INFANTS’ CLOAKS, BOOTEES,
SHOPPING BAGS, CHATELAINE BAGS, APRONS,
REGS, ART SQUARES, TABLE COVERS,
LAMBREQUINS, CUSHION COVERS, CUSHIONS,
RENAISSANCE SCARES AND SQUARES.
GUSTAVE ECKSTEIN & CO.
In addition to wishing
our Friends and Patrons
A Merry Christmas
and a Happy New Year,
we desire to thank them for having
frequently gone out of their way
to do their trading here.
THE BEE HIVE,
1900 ' 190!.
to ail our friends, both great
and small, with many
thanks for their lib=
ORDER BLANK BOOKS FROM THE MORNING NEWS. SAVANNAH.