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IMICIt NOW. Of TIIK I*o MCE.
Onrilara Huh llr Ad|n4t ,4ar At
lanta roller Italian.
Atlanta. Dec. 38.—A bold robbery was
committed atioi midnight iat.t niaht un
der Ihe very ahadow of the police head
quarters, and while the offotlf were vig
ilantly keeping watch over that aectlon of
Decatur street. A atore belonging to
Iforrta A Carroll. Immedtabely neat to the
police elation, waa entered, the thieve*
first smashing a hug# pM * *laaa window
and escaping with a nut.tiber of article*
The one-armed white man and the mu
latto girl who were trvarried yeeterday
and arrented by the p,dire a* they were
about to atari on thetr honeymoon were
tried before the Re.-r rder thl, morning
They were bound otter under SM) bonda
There lea lively r ace on for the po
et! 100 of county ptvyjd.Aan. Dr. W C.
Fisher of Holton ard IV B W. Blxs'li.
the present tnrumht nt. being candidate*.
The Ale.'tlon will take plaee neat Wed
nesday at the regpjlar meeting of the
Board of County Commissioner* There
are five eommletbinert, and It will take
three votea to eU t.
At the reorganisation meeting of the
Hoard of Education yeeteeday afternoon,
Hon Hoke Smith wa* re-elected president
for the ensuing year Mr. Hamilton wn.
elected vice president. Mr. 1.. M 1-Andrutu
was made ateratary. and Mr. Joseph T.
J. T Moore, postmaster at #ub-taiton
So. 11 of the Atlanta Postal System n
arreated title morning by Cnlied Stale*
Marshal J. C. Johnson, on a charge of
siubeatlaftiert' and given a I'rellinlsiarv
heading before Commissioner O C. ful
ler. The etssrion Is located eorner fair
and Grant atreetr Moore was released
on a Coo hot Id until further Invostlgailon
ear* he mods-. by the authorities, when
permanent bond will be fixed for bta ap
paarance as trial.
The wan ant against James J. Croce,
charged with killing Joseph Boggs. th
oat man veho fell to hla death In th
stairway at 79'* Decatur atreet on Wed
neaday imsmlng has been dismissed by
Justy* Itloodworlh. aflrr a careful In
vestigation The young nun was com
plt*ly a tonerated by the evidence. I Ir
fan being apparent that Boggs’ fall was
accidental! and Cruce In no way to
It hag been decided by the Evangelical
Minister Ass,ls lion to hold s week of
prayer fn the Y. M C A building. com
tnem-ki g Bondai Jan . anil continuing
thnouglt the entire week
Oov. Candler, Secretary Cook. Attorney
Genert and Terrill, and Commtevioner of Agri-
Goner tl Terrell.and rommlssloner of Agrl
•u* carnival to-day. They are expected
to re irn tomorrow
ikiTtiLATtitN ok ornnmi.
Ple<**ent Eirnl H'llh DirtM'a Mn
Darien, On.. Dec. Sl—Th# MiHMr
1--H* room *U crowded last night. Tl
ituaellatlon of new officer* Kan cnorturt
l bv District Dapul) (Irani Master C.
V Fulton of Bavenneh Thin mi (hr
Fuat public installation for mm* umr
tA.ftrr Ihr exercise* at (hr (Oder room,
ahr Masons and (hair . adjourned
to (hr Dragoon* Armors, where address*#
■wrrr made by Mr Fulton. 001, George T
Carw at*l Mr Jar. taichitenn Mr Pulton
and Col Cann dwelt on (hr principles of
Mr lerhllaon la on. of (hr charter
(members of the Indite whlrh wa* organ
lird In um Hr *iek* feelingly of the
•Mat history cf (hr lod*r end Ha present
pAd(r It wa* a pleasant and prom a
nrr the TMIciHUt ruo.
Vpaatab Steamship t'aptaln lan
“tmrrleaaa no like IHapano."
Heaufort. B. P.. Dec. 2*—The Hpantah
•tramahlp Otayo. whlrh la discharging
1.300 tons of kainlt at Baldwin • ware
house, came into port under the Vene
auelan flag None of the crea- ran con
verse Intelligently In the KntiMah tongue
When asked why he sailed tgnder a for
eign flag the captain Said: "Amerleand
tto like Htspano."
Mr George H Nash, auperlnlendent of
the Vtrginla-Carollna Chemical Com
pany’s Mg plant, near here, will leave on
Jan. t to assume charge of the concent’s
large Interests at or near flallinmre. Md
Mr Jamee Hull, who will succeed Bupt
Na*h here, arrived last night.
MHO. It. M. lltßßlt m: til.
Remains Tabes to rhsmasville far
Thomarvllle, (la.. Dec. at.— Mrs. Dr. H.
11 Harris died last night at College Park,
near Atlanta. Tlia renmina reached this
city tills evening, and the Interment will
take place here to-morrow Mrs, Harris
was the daughtrr of the late Judge Lore,
who lived tn ThnmesvHle for many
years Bha moved from this place with
her family some monhta ago lo College
Park, where Dr Harris had accepted a
professorship In the college there.
WHODIMI UD KNDISO.
Bridr'e Mother Drop* l>r*il After (hr
Columbia. 8. C., Dec. M—There em* a
Md ending to the wadding of fashionable
young people In Greenville Unt night. Him
ialla Jordan married to David Jan-
Mnga Porter. nephew ol United State*
Judga Brttwlay. Tha wiling w at
tha ham* of tha hrida'a mother. Sira
John hi Jordan After tha service. Mr.
Jordan, whlla talking o har daughter,
11l I>IKM CHAIM UROI NDBIt.
Steamship Dataalry Oat* I p to Hi r
Dark la Charleston.
Charleston a C., Dec. a—Tha at earn
ahtp Da vent ry, that had trouble with har
•tearing gear lata yesterday and ran on
a mud hank In tha harhor. cum up to
her dork to-day. Tha Doventry had com.-
through tha Jettle* and was haadlng up
to tha etty, whati har rudder chains
grounded. causing tha mlahgp. The ship
la loaded wtfh katntt and ta consigned to
Street Bro*. No damage wa done.
KMPKKI) HI T THK EtI'HASOC.
goo Ihe ra Bell Telephoae tervlra In
Rraatalrk Crippled by flw,
Brunswick, Got . Dec. . -An accidental
Bra In the talepnone e*change her* early
this morning ha* eomplately crippled the
Pont Item Hell service No communication,
local or otherwise, has been had all day
and a force of hand* la now at work try.
tng to repair the damage.
Reward for nn*e|arhele.
Beaufort, 8. C., Dec. .-Ahout a wore
ot fun-loving tar* from the United BUtt<w
monitor Amphlirlte have overatuki thalr
Christmas leave of abaanca, and a reward
of *lO per head area offered for Iht-ir
return to the ehip The men have hat
pot-ee.-lon of Ward . Beaufort * tender
loin district, for eevcrol dava, and there
seems to be no one who cares to venture
to earn the re wars* which would necesst
tat* arr**ilng the men. Moat of the men
a> - ont.
rile* Cared Wllansi the Knife.
Itching. Blind. Bleeding or Protnnßng
Pile. Your druggist will refund your
money If Baao Uhliment falls to CUT* eeu ■
Every Exertion a Task
| Every Care a Burden
There Is failure of the strength to
do and the power to endure; there Is
weakness * ail over " that Is persistent
The vital functions are Impaired,
food does not nourish, and Ihe whole
system Is run down.
A medicine that strengthens the
stomach, perfects digestion. Invigor
ates and tones Is needed.
What Hood's Sarsaparilla did for Mrs t. R
Garland. Shady Teas.. It has does fsr others.
She took It when shs wa all run down with
out appetite, losing flesh, and unable to do
her work It restored bar appetite. Increased
her Wright, and mad* her wall and strong.
This Is bar own unsolicited statement.
Promises to cure and keeps the prom
ise. The earlier treatment Is begun
the better begin It today.
MONEY ALL OVER HIM.
Fnollak Vming Man Taken la f'harir
tF CalnmNla I’ollra— Mia large
*a||tl) of I Mn*l* look* *a
Columbia. R c\. 2* —frolic# ara
ruardlrur a young man In th* moat ri
penatv* quarter* of Iht* Columbia Hotel
Ha came her# aavcral day* ao n4
aqtian4arc4 mmicy, hla tnipply ****mlnly
hetfiff unlimited. Ila loaf in one alt
tlng at pfhkar. night. being drtink
and threatening aulc4Je. the potlca took
him In charge. In unlrcettng him acv
eral cheek* eaah for II onr> one for
were found next hla body. They were
all pHVtthle to the Southern Hallway. In
the young man a room wn a b.<nlbtg
that Hie police think la full of money, as
there U no key to It. and the man. while
drunk, tried to hide It. Inquiry haa de
veloped the fact (hat the man wan until
three weeks ago holding a position at
email salary with tha Southern Fxpree*
at Charlotte. Police think a big robbery
ban bam commit ted.
THE IIUMKRIi: FLOATED.
Slow Retag Towed to 8(7 est h.
Miami. Elo . Dec 28-The Rrltlsh
steamship Homeric, coal laden for Mex
Iro. which went ashore Christmas day a*
previously reported, wa* floated to-day.
and t* bring tnwql to Key West hy the
lug Albert F Dewey.
Minister Ruck Sett, for Home.
Atlanta. Dec 28 A private telegram re
reived here to-dav from Col A E Ruck.
Untied Htotc* Minister to Jjfiuu'. #*>* li
en I led to-day for San ErencUco an route
NEW YORK'* PHTt RlMqi R TY PE*
Not All t.ntie—Many Living la 08-
From the New York Evening Poet
Innumerable odd types of men, old
house*, and quaint street*, each with a
plcturesq lienee* and charm of It* own—
th* "pamlng' of which wi lamented, re
cently. In certain communication* to this
newspaper-are still to be found, not only
In the city'# obscure place*, but In some
of Its liuay tltoroughfsree. dome ere *n
stimulating to the fauey that they sup
ply the observer with a choice of atorle*
on the spot -plot. Incident and eltuaUoei
complete, snd euoh a* never were Invent
ed before It |a true of th* types In per
tleular, that they do not disclose them
selves to the observer who chance* to
pae* thruughnut-of-the-way corner*, but
never frequents them; they are to be
known only through a friendship craftily
eetabUrhed and fostered honestly, and
with painstaking care. Outwardly in ap
pearance and situation, they may be no
more Interesting than the thousand and
one |*eoplc passed In the street tn every
five minutes of the day.
The young man who ' hangs out" In
•ho "studio'’ of a '’tattooing artist" near
( hath tin Square (whlrh one might think
had been swept clean of "characters")
Is a good rsample He looks like a bar
tender and talks like a prixe lighter—that
Is In say. he wear* paste diamond-, and
flashy clothe* of a certain character, an t
speaks of hi* *’ha|ie" and "muscle" and
"chest measurement." He la neither a
hartender nor a prise fighter. He Is a
*‘tlooed man." three-quarter* "done;’’
and he hopes to he "done all over" sums
day. That ta why he talks about "shave'
and chest measurement; these are casen
ttal to ht* artistic success. He has well
deilne-l views on art from the tattooing
stnndpotnt. and he rather thinks he Is get
ting the worth of ht* money from the
"professor." who la "atrung nr. line and
designing.” This Is Interesting; but hts
ambitions are mors so. Hr looks forward
to lire day when lie will be "done all
over” and bf.vc an engagement to a mu
seum at ft a week To hurry the earning
of thji day. he work* hard In an ’’*!*;-
trteal pare." and spends hit earnings
(less wti it he deducts for his mother)
In Ih# profesor s "studio." When he
shows you seme part of the work already
done, you ot-aerve that his barred ptix
shirt Is a ten cent "dick!#."
There la an old man on one of the
"mu*ee*' who style* himself "the poetical
orator " He has baen a ’•lecturer’’ titers
for many years; and ha t* now oimos:
worn out. It le hts duty, every day In the
week, from 11 o’clock In the morning un
til M:3O at night, to Introduce the various
"freaks" He choosee to do this In
rhyme—whteh he esiemporlsee—and he
nas been so long engaged In the work
that he ’’cag't talk proaa’’—he "talks
poetry all the time, right along down the
line; no trouble at all. Just like a ball,
rolling down She hall." H< thinks him
self a famous man. and he Is a domineer
ing one In >w little world of that partic
ular "muso*"—a stern, uncompromising
old fellow, with a Sharp tongue and a
sham voice. But every night, when he
covffie his hold head with a heavy cap
and takes Ms cane In hts shriveled okl
hand to help himself home, a great change
comes over him. Hl* step grows slower,
hie "On versa Lion districted It may he
that hi* lnvtugtlon to you has hern pres*,
lug; It Is now half-hearted. And when
he opens the door and whispers to you to
enter, hr Is all of a tremble. Then a
frosty voice caOs from upstairs: ‘‘la that
you. John?" Ha stueters, and makes an
appointment for to-morrow night, explain
ing, with a tired amllr:
** "Tt* wadhmg .levy
And my wife ain't never gay
on that day Never! Oo out sofiiy i’||
meet you 10-m*rro at : *n>t el! you
why I'm the olden living Hhakesperian
Here Is an example of the Poellcal (>ra
oris poetical orogory. which appeur* In
book printed for private circulation, it In
troduces th* "ohiallc man.” ** follow*
Not a# all bombast l<
An example of one of Ihe qulel street*,
different from all other alreels—which Ihe
wandrrar seldom edisnres to find—l* * cer
iain ’’terrsco” oger 100 king, almost over
THFMOKNING NEWS: SATEKDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1900.
hanging the Kast Rlvr a Blackwell’s Isl
and. It Is a row of brownstone houses
each like Its neighbor, with Ihe exception
of one. which I* proud In th> possession
of a bey-window This street is one block
long and Ilea between iwo croeg streets
on the brink of the bluff It has nar
row, cobblestone pavement, which Is. ap
parently, private property, for Iron gates
shut It off from the cross streets at each
end It Is reserved and quiet here; the
noise of the city Is not heard at all, and
strangers never rome. because the terrace
it at the end of things—utterly out of ihe
way. There Is a view of the river, which
Is always busy, night and day—a fine,
broad, lively outlook for the people who
live In the houses. Children play on the
street, they arc quite aafe there, there are
Ifo trolley cars, no wagons, and a high
Iron fen e runs along the Muff All In
all. this terrace Is quite In a class by It
self—*nd It Is distinguished above It*
Opposite In character t* Ihe now dllapl
.hated and deserted Multtn’e Alley Th e
I* on Cherry Hill Not long ago the
from and rear tensnunt# which form'd
Ihe "single” and the "double" alleys w-r
condemned and lorn down; there remain*
bul one row of old tenements, facing on
Moilin’* Aliev, ami these have been va
cated by order of the building depart
ment The glaes I* broken out of th*
casements, tno plaster fallen from ihe
ceilings and wall*, the flimsy flre-escypes
rtte’ed and rotten, ihe roofs falling In.
but one can still see snd speculate con
cerning the old Arepiwr*# and ashes, re
maining in them. lb# worn stairways, the
lancll marks on the wall*, tha flagstones
In what used to he a dark court, but t*
now open to the sun Darkest crime*
have been committed here! It ttaed to la
a htdmg-place for thieves and murderer*
Mlxed-aie parties snd fierce affrays bc
•ween the trleh ortd Italian tenwnta used
to give the police constant occupation
in the neighborhood, poverty not ertm.*
of the deepest dye siera familiar with
thl* old row
Borne months ago the row- wa* tenanted
by aqua Iters, notwithstanding the broken
panes and fallen planter The most ob
ject poverty the city ran boast wa* thtn
to be seen But theae people have been
driven away. and the caretaker
of the vard where the old tene
ments used to stand I* now the only ten
ant He knew Mulhn * Alley when crime
flourished there; amt he Is not loath to
yarn about the old days If the eun I* warm
you will sit on the bench with him whll*
he talk* He will tall. 100. about how ho
followed ihe a< a for many years, how he
rsrgped Imprisonment In New Ormans
when lh' Glvtl War broke out. because
the landlady of the boarding-house had ,
fancy for him and hid him In 'he attic.
But he 1* more Interesting when he 'alks
aliout trust*, or when he takes Ihe pose
of the *|drt' of-Mullin'* Alley's pest Un
even plunks ruX through the mldd'y of
the var I. from Cherry street to th, Vcvr
of the lot* behind; he will point to thla
stretch, and tell liow that. In the good
days, many's the body of own and woman
that was In the sewer below, from the
old "do'*h|e alley.” and thus aerrt down
to the Eeel river, where the police found
them and wondered.
Hay In Whlrh They Are Pat I'p nnd
RaM tn Htiyera.
From Phiimhfr’ji Journal.
Ostrich frathrr* are chlrfly
from South Africa, and In very much
smaller quantity from the Bsrhary State*
nnd Kgypi They are peeked In large
ases which are covered with canvas
("gunnies'') and securely wired They ore
sealed In each a manner as to suggest
that they contain gold rather Shan arti
cles of merchandise A* a matter of
fact, they era considered of such value
** to be treated In certain respect* like
the yellow mesa! Freight t charged, as
on specie, so much per rent, on their
value; In some Instance* the rate Is very
high The old catch. ’’Which !• heavier—
a pound of gold or a pound of festher?”
does not, therefore, apply In Ihla case,
for freight calculations are not msdg on
the basts of h* avoirdupois table
The Soudanese evidently understand
lheir bualnes*. for their bundles are tied
with a superfluity of twine; and. with
their tnatlnct of color, they add what ap
pears to be a perfectly unneitssary wtsjv
prlng of gaudy paper, heavy with gilt.
The explanation of this Is simple, for
fTT airing and the paper both add to the
weight. "Are they sufficiently clvlllxed
to put the faulty feathers In the middle?"
the writer asked. In reply, he wes shown
!he center of a bundle where, neatly hid
den from view, were eeveral wlxened
feathers which no lady with proper self
respect would car* lo see In her fan ,
Ho It appear* the wily children of the
desert are Just ns wideawake a* the Lon
don fruiterer who puts all the tdg straw
berries on the top of hts basket. Ae In
strawberries *0 1" festher*. the deception
doe* not pay In the king run. for this
propensity of Ihs Soudanese Is so well
known that the market value of their
gwods suffers materially.
to rt nr) % rot.n in iwb oat.
Take Laxative Bromo Quintus Tablet*.
All druggists rsfund the money If It fall*
to cure E W. (drove* signature Is on
each box. ZSc—ad.
of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Kirkland are re
spectfully Invited to atetnd the funeral
of their Infant sorg Ltndsy Fay. from
their residence, 100 Park avenue, east,
this afternoon at 4 o’clock.
•■'St lAL NOTICES.
Mae tt ever occurred lo you that nearly
one-half your life Is spent tubed’ The
mattress Is the most abused article of
furniture, and should be well made and
of good, clear, material, tt should he pick
ed end cleansed at least once each three
years W* make new ones to order, and
have Improved machinery to cleanse and
pick old one* Our mechanical work, line
of ticking* and material for filling first
claim. Medicated Steam Renovation of
Feather* Hair etc.
national mattrfhn and
Bell Phone IMI SI Drayton
H OODPIH'K. WOODCOCK.
The only place In get woodcock In any
quantity, one pair or five dogen pwiri. I*
at my stall* In the city Market. Other
game can aim bent any lime. My
supply of meni and poultry la always the
very best. You can depend on getting
th* best of everything when I supply you.
Both Phone* 557. City Market,
SPECIAL NOTH B.
We are now giving special attention to
house painting, kalsomlutng and paper
banging, etc. With a corps of only first
class workmen and a competent super
lntednent we can do your work promptly
and satlsfaceortly. Oet our estimate on
anything In house decorating line and
ANDREW HANLEY CO.
UOND9 EIEI I'TEO.
By til* American Beading and Trust
Company of UaKUnore W# *r* author-
Usd to execute lorslly (Immediately upon
sppUcotlon). all bond* In judicial pro
ceedings In either Ihe state or Untied
Stales Courts, snd of administrators and
HEARING * HULL Agents.
Telephone J? Provident Building
Abstracts M tbs recorded land tttlas af
Savannah snd Chatham county from th*
sattlamenl of Osorgtn to dal*. Money
loaned at low IMetrvsl on city root estate.
4LBCKETT A BECKETT.
HAVE HAD THEIR DAY.
Bocal Treatments for < starrh Rele
gated to tkr Bear.
Th* aurest and safest treatment for any
form of Catarrh la an Intsrnal ranted',
which act* specifically upon the btaod and
mucou* membrane* Such a remedy I*
the new preparation ao.d everywhere by
druggist* *e Stuart'* Catarrh Tablet*. a
medicine in pleasant tablet form
The*.- eeblet* contain In htgnly concen
trated form, well known germ antiseptics
like eangulnerla. guatacol. Red Gum end
stmllar < uratlve element*, and no one who
suffers from any form ef catarrh, and ha*
ex|ierlenced Ihe Inefficiency and Inconveni
ence of powder*, sprays amt Inhalers will
ever go bock 16 such antiquated reme
dies after once trying *o pleaeant a treat
ment a* Stuart's Catarrh Tablet*, and
on* which gives ao much relief In m> ahor
Druggist* sell Stuart'* Catarrh Tabist*
at flfly cent* tor fu!l siaed package and
their dally uee will effectually cure thl*
troublesome and dangerous disease
Th* danger from catarrh la that M It a
short road to consumption, to chronic
stomach catarrh and to catarrh of liver
Most oases of deofnels are caused from
Stoppage of the Eustachian tub* a* a re
sult of catarrh
nOIMN KI.F.t TMIC ILLUMINATING
CM. or SIVtNN.AH.
Annual meeting of th* stockholder* of
thl* company will be held at th* office of
tba company at 4 p en. on Wednesday.
Jan. . 1(01.
am. J. BALDWIN. President.
SAVANNAH. FLORIDA AMS WKIT
EHN RAILWAY CO.
Annual Meeting of atnrkbolder*.
Bavanttah. 'la.. Dea 18. IMA
Th# annual meeting of the stockholder*
of thl* company will he held at the of
fices of the compeny tn the city of Sa
vannah. Ga on Wednesday. Jan. * 11.
at 10 o'clock a m.. for tha election of
directors and th# transaction of such oth -r
business as may come before the meet
ing R B BMITH. Secretary.
wi .< ty i NOTH Ml.
tKvnttrnnlßt'Boi* railway co
Of 'KAN STKOHHIP t OMPANT OP
NAY ANN AH.
Tuesday, Jan 1 1801. New Year * Day.
being a legal holiday, the offices and
freight warehouse* of theee <-omgintew
will be closed. **r*td that lha local de
livery sheds will be ope*-, until t*Y>o a m..
stan.lard lime, for the delivery of perish
No locwl freight trains will b* run New
Year 1 # D*y; therefore all freight for
points east of Macon and eourh of Au
gusta must ho delivered for forwarding
not later than Saturday. Dec. 38
R O. TItHZiCVAJrr. Agent
Office of < 'hetliem Heal Estate and Itn
provemeti' ‘ iMtenv, Dec 28. IB*> The
Board of Directors have thl* day declared
a dividend of one dollar and fifty rents
(II MU per ehare on the stock of each A
and R Renee. payable on and after thh
sth day of January next.
Transfer books will be closed until after
that date. M. J SOLOMONS.
Secretary and Treasurer.
DIVIDEND NOTH B.
Office of August* and Bavannah R.R CO..
Savannah. <)a.. Dec. 29. lWh.
A semi-annual dieldetsd of two and a
half dollars (C.foi a share ha# this day
been declared upon th* capital stock of
the Augusta and Bavannah Hastroad Com
pany. payable on and after Jan. 5. 1101.
lo stesdiholder# of record this day at the
office of Hull A Lathrop The transfer
books of th* company will be dosed until
Jan. 5. JOSBPH D. WEED.
DIVIDEND NO. <M).
Bm it hern Hank of the Btat* of Ooorgle
Bavannah. Oa.. Dec. 9, IK*.
A aeml-annual dividend of throe and
ot.e-half per cant (*A par cent ) upon th*
capital stock of this hank ha* been de
clared, pwyable on and after Jan. 3 next.
The trooster hooks are closed until Jan
JAMES* SULLIVAN. Oaahler.^
DIVIDEND NO SB.
(ifflea of Eld Ison Eleoirl- Illuminating
Company of Bavannah, Dsc. E Ik* The
Board of Directors of this company have
this day declared a semi-annual dividend
of ill 001 three dollar# per share upon Ihe
capital stock of the company, payable on
and after Jan. 3, isui, ' stockholders of
record Dec. £!, 1900.
GEO. J BALDWIN. President
Bmit hern Bank *f the State of Georgia.
Bavannah. Ua., Dec. 3*. I*oo.
The annual election for director# for
this bonk will be held at the hanking
house on Thursday morning. Jan. M>. 11.
from 11 to 13 o’clock.
JAMEJH BI'LLIVAN. Cashier.
All bill* against the Italian ship Maria
RafTo must he presented at our office be
fore 13 o'clock nt this day. or payment
thereof will be debarred
BTRACIIAN A CO . Consignees.
Havnnnah. O*., Dec. 3. 19U8.
All bills against th* British steamship
C’arperby most be presented at our office
by 12 noon this day. or payment will be
debarred WILDER tt CO..
Dec . 1W * gents,
one 10-It* h fttssra Bhot Gun Feed. 13
f*t long, one Hill Oscillating Steam Nig
ger. I and 10-lnch eydlnder*. only used
about thirty days: one Picket Machine
and on* Neary Oulde. ala* a lot of Circu
lar Baws from U to M Inches diameter,
from the mill of 11. P. Smart A Bro tn
Emanuel county The above for sale by
VALE ROYAL MFG CO..
All kind* of game, no mattsr what you
wish. It is fresh and nice All kind* of
fruit. All kinds of vegetables. Ursine.
tripe, sweet hr end, eggs. Order any time.
Phone 975. M S. GARDNER.
P. 8. -Remember I lead on fine roast
and steak*. And that fine beef wMch I
corn myself I* unravelled.
Turkeys yet, end fine at that. Plenty
geese, wild fiucka quail, doves, snipe,
venison. Everything good to eat some
better than you can get anywhere else.
Try and see If It ain't so
Phones IK7. JAS J. JOYCE.
P. tk—Remember all that line beef, rent
son. bologna*, grandma sausage, tripe,
•t orr a DAYis,
Phone 1173. Market.
Fresh pork, spare riba and hock bone,
hogshead, liver. Beet beef, beat mutton,
best veal Order what you wish.
The beat of everything to eat at San
Ban Francisco price*
A Up-top dinner for 3Sc.
Regular price elvewhtee 80c.
Clean tines*, good food, well cooked Is
BAN nUMOftm It BETA I "RANT.
ill Draytou street.
BARLER OIL HEATERS.
ALUMINUM OIL HEATERS.
The Special ‘‘B" AIR TICHT HEAT
ER, burns woed, cobs, chips and trash,
18 inch, 21-inch, 25-inch.
PALMER HARDWARE CO.
LOIUVXT PHH E*. _______
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.
Graphophones, Records and Supplies.
Kodaks, Cameras and Supplies.
Tocketbooks and Card Cases.
Perfumery and Cutlery.
Everything we sell is the best.
Bull and Congress. 309 Bull Street.
City of Aivatmtlt, G*..
Offlr* Clerk of Council, Pec. !. I*n.
Th# following ordinance* *r* published
for the Information of all concerned
WILLIAM P. BAILEY.
Clerk of Council.
An ordinance to permit th# tlrtn* of fire
cracker* and firework# during th Christ
mas holidays as herein provided
Beotlnn 1 Re It ordained by the Mayor
and AMermen of the city of Bavannah tn
rwunctl saeembled. That the filing of flre
erseken ami firework* t# hereby permit
ted In the city of Savannah on Liberty
street and south of Liberty street (ex ept
on Bull street north of the parade ground)
from Dec 24 to Jan 1, hoth Inclusive, and
the ordinance heretofore passed on thl
subject It amended accordingly. Exc<p'
as herein provided tiring of fireworks
and tlre-rackcr* tn the city of Savannah
Is forbidden under penalties of existing
Sec 2 That the tiring of firecracker* or
flrewoik# tn. from or Into Forsyth Park
Is hereby forbidden under the estd penal
ties. , . .
sv 8 That all ordinance* and parts or
ordinance* In conflict with this ordinance
sre hereby repealed
Ordinance paced Dee. 16. t 7
An ordinance to permit bonfires In the
r*rk Extension or parade ground during
the Christinas holidays.
Section 1 Be It ordained hy the Mayor
and Aldermen of the rlty of Savannah, tn
Council assembled. That the building of
bonfire* tn the Park Extension or parade
ground, from Dee 24 to Jan. 1. both In
clusive. t* hereby allowed.
Sec 1. That all ordlnan -es and parts of
ordinance* In conflict with this ordinance
are hereby repealed
Ordinance passed Dec 16. 1*97
CIBBER’* rOTI'H WHISKY.
This celebrated famous old ratted
Highland Whisky Is Imported direct
from the distillery by us
This Gresr Scotch Whisky t*
guaranteed to ba bottled abroad
and Is consigned to us from Glas
gow, Scotland, and Is In bond In
Ihs United B ates Custom House In
This grand old Greer Scotch
Whisky Is beoutlfully mallow and
mild lo a degree and Is soft to th*
palate as one could possibly wish,
and there ta a nuttiness about It
that Is especially plsasing.
Wn are glad to let the public pur
chase a* small quantity a* they
wish, even on* bottle, for the pur
pose of Introducing ihe best brand
af Scotch whisky extant.
Lippman * Block.
Role Agent* for th* Graer Distil
leries, Glasgow. Scotland, and Dub
lin. Ireland, for their Scotch and
Irish Whiskies •
A LAATING REMEMBRANCE FOR
A HOLIDAY SIFT.
Solid Gold Bpectaels Is on
Build Gold Eyeglssa 500
Gold ETIIsd Spectacle 1.50
Gold Filial Eyeglass ISO
Aluminum Eyeglass 1.50
Aluminum Spectacle 2.50
The above prices Include the
very best lenses made. The par
ty who receive* them can have
their eye* examined and glasses
changed to suit within on* year
Free of Charge.
DR. M. SCHWAR A SON.
47 Rail Street.
UK HAVE. THK FINEST
line of Box Paper. Perfumery, Pocket
book*. Lap Tablet*. Scissor* and Scis
sors Bets, Manicure Bets, Ladles’ and
OonH’ Dressing Case* ever shown In
fleas* call early and leave your or
der* for HCYLKRS CANDIES, tn
baskets, boxes and package*.
The largest grower of Cut Flow
er*. and My Flower* are Ih* Fin
est Grown Strong talk, but the
proof t* easy—send me your order
Grower of Fine Cut Flower*.
THU AVA A TO t. LEAN CARPET’S.
Th# only way to got your carpets pro*
srly taken up. cleaned and taken car* of
for th* summer. ) to turn the Job over to
the District Messenger and Delivery Cos
telephone 2 or rail at 39 Montgowisry
atraot, and they will make you an sail
mat* on th* cost of the work Prices
reasonable They al*o pack, move and
•tor* furniture snd pianos.
C. H MEDLOCK. 3upt and Mgr.
They run from 6 to 15
Price remains the same—
THE 8. t BRANCH C 0„
Corner Broughton and Whitaker.
Magnetism in It.
in 5c air tight packages.
Ask your grocer for tt.
Mr Andrew Han ey
My Dear Btr—l have returned home
from Savannah, where we stopped for
three week* and from St Augustine
three weeks, after being at the Bunane*
Springs Hotel, and while in those place*
and now at homo drank and am now
continuing to drink the Sownnc* Spring
water, h iving It **nt lo me through your
esteemed agents, the "Kallsh Pharmacy”
In New Ytgk and as a result I want to
say that 1 have been greatly benefited,
and 1 believe will be entirely cured of the
painful bladder trouble from whleh 1 have
suffered since last August I congratulate
you upon th# curative value of the Su
wance Spring* water, and hope K will
la: a God-eend to others a* It has been
to me. Respectfully yours,
JAMES C br<>we:r
President of th* German-Amerlcan Bank,
Brooklyn, N. Y. M* Quincy street
All you can drink for 5c at Lffilngston’s.
Rina w anted.
City of Havannah. Offlo* Director of
Public Works. Bavannah. Oa.. Dec. 17.
1900 -Bid* will be received at Ihla office
until Monday. Dec. 31. 1900. at 13 o’clock
noon, city time, for furnishing feed a*
follow*; No. I Timothy hay, per 100
pounds; beat quality feed bran, per inn
pounds; b**t quality corn, per bushel;
host quality mixed oats. To be weighed
at the city lot. l.nvelopes to be marked
"Bid* for Feed " The city reserves Ihe
right to reject any or si! hid*. Bids to be
opened In the presence of bidders
OEM. M. OADBDEN. Director.
Pit UPON AI.A AA ANTED.
City of Savannah, Office Director of
Public Works. Savannah, G., Dec. 27,
IfKJO. -Sealed proposal* will be received at
thl* office until Monday. Dec. 31. 1900. at
12 o'clock noon, city time to furnl-h the
city ol Savannah with supplies until Jan.
31, 1901. All proposal* must be mu le on
official form*, which can h* secured at
thl* office on and after this date. En
velope* to be marked "Propooal* for Sup
plier.” Th# city reserve- ih* right to le-
Ject any or all blda. Bids lo be opened tn
the preaenee of bidders
OHO M GADSDEN. Director
IMPORTED Mt Kit 111 EX,
Old Family Oloroso, Spain; Burgun
filer Port, Old Tawney. Old Tsragoni
Old Tom Gin. Old Holland Gin. French
Cognac. Vintage HA'. Rhine Wine. Clar
quarts and pints Ail Imported
R uerxburger Hof Bra. u Beer on draught
and bottles. UEOFtGE RFr’KMANN
Flu-.e Ttk lIMI4 Whitaker ‘ ut.
rAi\TR %\t> ioc*r
• SI", h "l'* no ' h "’ ut Ihe VERY
BEST grades of PAINTS and OILS and
employ the very best painter* lo be had
house* ”* *° ~i,, on Painting your
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO.
Corner Congress and Pro ’s
_ Phone il.
THE CHATHAM BANK,
UBOPOU) ADLER. President
e S KI.LIB. vice Presides*
JNO R DILDO.V Caehier
BARRON CARTER. Asst Cash.er
Solteks the acoosutts of tndlvidu* ,
firms banks, association* srvl co-,**,;
Liberal flavors extended to corretpoM
mg Unk* e* our unsurpassed fsciH; ~
for collecttrg insure prompt returns
PT-Tfl AND REUJI Foreign *fy
CHANGE WRITER LETTER* n,
<-REPIT AND IRBt'ES BANK Unvyv
ORDER.* PAYABLE IN ALL Va R” 4
Or ECROPE. 'ARTS
Interest compounded quarterly nn ,v>
peelt* tn the SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Safety Deposit Poxes and Vaults fn.
Trawsarts a General BssUls (
eelicll. Area** ,f Indi, ld ,, u
llerrkeati, B**ka and other
CeUeetlSM handled with safety,
oeononry and and I .patch
Interest, enm pounded qa.rterly
nllawed on depaslt. tn nr Savings
Oafety Depn.lt Rosen and Stovng.
fIHANTLEY A. DENMARK, P Ignat.
MlLt.fl R. LAN® Vlee
GEORGE C. FREEMAN. Cashier.
OORDON L. t.ROOVER. Asst. Caehier.
oi me Plate u< Georg..
Surplus end undivided profits I*ol a,
IJLPOSITORY OF THE STATE OF
Superior facilities for Irana-ting *
General B*tiklag ~llusloe*s
Coll-ctlan* med* on all points
eccesTTßl* through banlM snd bsnaare
Accounts of Banks. Bankers. Ueeehaats
and other* solicited Safe Deposit Boxes
Department of Saving*. Interest payable
Beds Sterling Exchange on London tl
JOHN FLANNERY. President.
HORAC-E A <’RANE. Vice 'PriPdesst
JAMES SULLIVAN. Caehier.
JNO FT.A VNERY WM W GORDON
E A WBIL w W GORDON. Jr.
H A CRANE. JOHN M EGAN
I.EF ROT MYERS JOSEPH FERBT
H P SMART CHARLES E1.1.1*
EDWARD KELLY JOHN J KIRRT
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided profit* ®(R‘
Thl# bank offers Its services to corpora
tion*. merchants end Individuals.
Has authority to ant as executor, ad
ministrator guardian, etc.
li.ue* drafts on the prtnaipal elites In
Great Britain and Ireland and on
Interest paid or compound*! quarter'y
on dopoelta In the Barings Departmen'
Safety hoxe* for rent.
HENRY Bt.UN Fr**ld^tt.
080 W TTEDEMAN Vies Presldeat
JOHN M HOGAN Cashier
WALTER E HOGAN As*' ce.htor.
Accounts of bank*, merchant*, corpora
tion* and Individuals solicited.
Savings Department, interest paid quar
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaults for
Collections mada on *U point* at rea
Drafts sold on all th* chlsf cttla* of th*
world. * oiese
JOSEPH D. WEED, President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vic* President.
W F. MeCAI’LBT. Cashier.
No. 1440. ' Chartered 1*
(MiIs Will! 8i
CAPITAL. lae.<M At, KPLUS ifoO.ooo
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
J. A. G. CARSON. PrnstdMit
BEIRNE GORDON. Vice President
W M DAVANT. Cashier.
Accounts of banks and bankers, mer
chants and corporations received upo-v
the most favorable terms consistent with
safe and comer- stive banking
THE GEORGIA STATE
Bl ILDINa AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
U YORK STREET. WEST.
SPER CENT per annum allowed on
deposits, withdrawable on demand,
interest credited quarterly.
OPE R CENT, per annum allowed on
deposits of even hundreds, withdraw
able at annual periods.
GEO W TIKDEMAN. President
B H. LEVY. Vico President.
E W. BELL, Secretory.
C G ANDERSON, JR. Treaeuror.
II NewsDaoer Pita
For sale, a ForaaJU Nowapepar Folder;
will fold sheet rid It Is In good order
price *IOO It coat originally *U#O- b ‘ Jt
we have no uaa for H awd want tha roam
It trill be an Invaluable eljur.ct to any
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Go.
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms.
CITY OF gAVAARAH POOtcKT *
SO CEATI BACK.
‘TRirriCD IN TWO COLOR*
NICELY KOI AU IN CLOTH LIP
•TAMITU IN COLD ON NIOHk
For Sale by
THE MORNINO NEW*