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ATLANTA’S NEW POPULATION.
a dirbctohv nonnu it
tomrllllnK Mkr Klinlc* I ocd tn YU
nrc for nstnnllßh—llf Give* the
City A boot W.neO 'lrr
Than (hf (iitvfrnnirnl I nt"* lUr
It—Trcbnologiiel Krliwl'* Library
in Oppn t lilnninnn Fatally As
saulted anti Hukkfd l*y Negro Boy.
Cal. Iluck rn llttutr Home.
Atlanta, Pat- 28 -All ol Ilia Soldier#
Hotna trustee,. appointed by Gov. Can
dler a law dai, ugo. hava accepted ex
cept taro. To-day th* tkivtmnr recetvrd
a latter Irom Mr. A. M Knight of Way
cioss, declining tha nppotnimrnt because
of 111 h.alth. Hf a! one* appointed Pr.
T 8 Payne of Way arena, to tha place.
Tha Governor alao received upon hl re
turn to hta olhaa to-day a latter from
001. J II EstlU of Savannah, declining
tha appointment on account of bualnaae.
He haa not yet filled Pol. Ketlll* place.
Tha population of Atlanta according to
the nrxv Maloney directory I* 121.444.
Tha figure* ora for Atlanta proper. Tha
figure# hava Just been completed and a pe
dal edition* of the book are being de
livered to-dav. Director!*-* usually ba*e
their aa'.lmntes on llva people to each
name enrolled Thl* estimate 1* made on
the baal* of three to each name enrolled,
which la an exceedingly omeervative estl
Rumor* of Important change* soon to be
made ;n the officer* of the Captttal City
Nations! Bank are creating Interest to
day tn the financial world of Atlanta It
1* aatd that Mr. Jacob Haas, the pres
ident. will retire, and Mr Georg* A
Speer vice pre-klent now will become
president, and Mr. Isaac I-iebmen. vice
prealder.t. Mr. Anton Kontz. the caeb
ler will coni mu* in that capacity.
Mr Haas' loan and Insurance Interest*
have of lete grown so large a* to demand
hi* entire time, according to the story.
For tha reasons stated, and for other rea
son* satisfactory to Mr. Ilaa* and friend*,
he win. || |s said, sever hla connection
with t tie hank.
The tieorrta Reboot of Technology will
begin the twentieth century with a fine
new library of -.'.01d volumes The library
will be opened Monday morning. Prof.
Kenneth Matheaon. master of the depart
ment of English I* entitled to much of
the credit for se tiring this addition to the
school The students In tiie Krooni shop*
are now busy miking the furniture for
the library. Cap*, byman Hall, the pres
ident of the school. Is determined that the
library shall be up to date In every wxy
and managed in the most efficient man
Ml mi Mad*** Flynn, wt*< h*.<* had valua
ble (raining at the Carncgl# Library. wa
< hopen ria librarian out of a lon# list of
applicants, Mlmi Flynn securing a Malt
mark In a moat difficult examination Bh*
will ba on duty dally from * SO a. rn. un
til b |>. m. Mian Fl.vnn la now er.jraced
in classifying and cataloguing the 2.19)
volume* of the library.
t'nder charge of collecting and appro
priating for hi* own une money due Kdl
tor Albert Orth of the Oeorgta f*taat
a Herman newapaper. F
Vlertng waa to-day arraigned in Justice
Ismdriim'* court. Vlertmc haa been, alnce
September, advertising solicitor for the pa
Menton Neal Thornton, the young At
lanta man. who waa recently appointed
to a position in the hydrographic luAey,
haa returned to the city, preparatory to
leaving for Artaona, where he haa been
assigned by the government.
On a warrant harging him with com
plicity In the ■ hoot In# of Mr*. Alex
fltephen* on the night of Dec 22. Oscar
Bankston waa yeaterday taken before
Justice K. 11. Orr, by whom he waa bound
over to the higher court after a prelim
Inary hearing. Justus* Orr demanded *
tl.ooo bond. whi.fi liankston failed to give
ami he was vent to the Toner.
The Southern Klocut kontsts Convention
closer! kt night with a recital at the
Church. Prof. IN aka. presi
dent of the a**o<'latlon. opened the exer
.vises with a few appropriate rtiuark*
on the object and purpose*!
of the newly formed association,
lie said H waa the first of Its kind ever
formed in the South, and though the be
ginning was small he was assured by
people In u position to know that It
W ould In time become one of the great ess
and grandest conventions in the Mouth
lie most cordially thanked the people of
fo their hospitality and the In
let'S t they showed in tlie new movement.
Ciisrim J. G’Karrru, Jr., the |roprietor
of a furniture store at 79 Whitehall
.Street filed a petition In voluntary bunk
ruptcy In the I’nlted Hiatea Court at
* hoop to-day. The liabilities are jdaoed
ill sn.t* 10. The assets sworn to amount
With blow from a hatchet Jim
Broadnax. a negro boy, fatally sssoulted
Qian# Hlng. a *hlnamav. In Marietta
la*t night, am! robbed him of the money
In his cash drawer. The Chinaman's
skull Is broken and he will die. The ne
gro has not ben captured.
Mayor James and. Woodward gave bond
today for his appearance at the City
Criminal Court on Jan. 7 to rtsnd trial
on the warrant worn out by Policeman
iv>bllns charging hltr. with carrying
concealed weapon*. The bond Is for
ISO and is signed hy W. T M Wilson,
nssinfnot <*|ty engineer The bond ha> been
approved by K. H Mlack. solicitor, and Is
now on file in the solicitor's office of the
City Court. •
The warrattl was served on Mayor
Woodward several days axo. bul he was
allowed to take hl own time about giv
ing hold ll was a week after the war
rant was sworn out before It was served,
during v hlch time B was In Ihe posses
sion o* Deputy Sheriff Tye.
Gov. Candler was In hi* ofiff -e to-day
for the find time this week, having re
turned from hi# visit to Tampa and Amer
ica*. The Governor was murh Improved
by the trip and says he had am enjoyable
It Is reported at (he Capitol to-day. an I
the report Is not denied, that Phil G.
Byrd has been appointed assistant adju
tant general until June A. and that ha
will remain at Ihe Capitol until that time
when he will retire with the rank of
hit*.idler genrral. The report that he
WHI remain 1* based on the statement
made by Mr Byrd lo one of hi* friends.
It I* reported that hr stated he wotdd
remain unlH next June, when he would
A cablegram ha* been received by Col
O. C. Fuller of this city from Cos! A. K.
Burk, minister to Japan, stating that the
tatter I* tow en route home When asked
to-day If he knew the eauee of Col' Buck’s
return. Col. Fuller staled that be knew
nothing more than that he and Col. Buck
had business Interests together, and that
the message was sent to him on that ac
foi H men tMiF.it atnptrity*.
hew storj of Robbery of Klngstrre
Columbia. R. C.. Dec. 29.—The Governor
ha* received Information that four men
ere suspected in Williamsburg county of
having robbed Ihe dispensary at Klngs
tree. Four marked men rode up to the
door of the dispensary al 5 a. m . Dee
26. and held up F. .M. Player, dispenser,
for over tl.avo. official resignations may
—He—"Why so quiet, dear? I haven't
heard you open your mouth hardly once
St.—Oh. lin saving mydf for the
—hist par., 10-nlgni Yonkei's blatca
Thai Is dyspepsia.
It makes life miserable.
Its sufferers eat not because they
want to—but simply because they
They complain of a bad taste In the
mouth, a tenderness at the pit of the
stomach, a feeling of puffy fulness,
headache, heartburn and what not.
Hood's Sarsaparilla cnrvd Joseph F Data*.
Flanagan. Ky.. who writes "I was troubled
wttb dyspepsia for a number of year* and
look medletno that did me no good I was
advised bv friends to trv Hood's Sarsaparilla
which I did and It put my bowels In perfect
aondttlon. gsve me strength and enargy and
made me feel like anew person. '
Promises to cure and keeps the prom
ise. Beware of substitutes. Buy
Hood's and only Hood's.
II'M 1 At. NOTH 12*.
Dl\ IDI.NP KITICK.
Office of Chatham Real Elate and Im
provement Company, Dec 2S, ISM.—The
Board of Director* hnve thl* day declared
a dividend of one dodar and fifty cent*
(tl SO) per abare on the stock of each A
and R Rerles. payable on and after the
6th day of January next.
Transfer books will be closed until after
that dale. M J SOLoMONR
Secretary and Treasurer.
dividend ho. an.
Southern Bank of the State of Heorgta
Savannah, Ga., Dec. 26. 18(0.
A wemi annual dividend of three and
one-half per rent (*4 per cent ) upon the
.capital stock of this bank hae been de
clared. payable on and after Jan. 2 next
The transfer books are closed until Jan.
JAMBP SULLIVAN. Caahler.
Southern Bank of the Stale of Georgia,
Savannah, Ga., Dec It, 1900.
The annua! election for director# for
this bark will be held at the hanking
house on Thursday morning. Jan. 10, 1801,
from 11 to 12 o'clock
JAMES SULLIVAN. Cashier
The Chatham Bank.
Savannah. Dec. 2b, 1800.
The director* of the Chatham Bank of
Savannah have this day dexlarcd a divi
dend of three dollar* per share, payable
on and after Dec. 2* Inst., to stockholders
of record this day.
TSO R. Ml.l/ON. Caahler.
The undersigned Invites sealed bids (re
serving Hi# right to reject any and all
bids) for the whole or any pari of an ta
sua of 612.(0* diet mortgage 6 per cent,
emtpon bonds, tn denominations of 6800
each. Intersat payable nnnually, of the
Ravananh Yacht Club tlased Jan. 1. 1881
due Jan. 1, 1816. secured by first mort
gage on all the real estate of the club.
The form of -aid mortgage and bond I* ,
deposited with Hull A laithrop for the j
Inspection of bidder* No bid- received j
after noon Dee. 31. , W. W RTARR
Commodore Ravannab Yaeht Club.
>< l M I
Neither the master nor Ihe agents of j
the Herman steamship Flnnlond. Bolhe. i
master, will be responsible for any drt>4
contracted by the crew
J. F. -MBNIK A CO.. Agents.
THU A VANN AM PHKP4H ATOI4T
M HIIOI., *t II.ITAIt Y.
Harris and Harnard street*. Ormond B
Rlrong (Cornell). Head Master. Greek,
Latin ami English; Rev B I*. Johnson.
A. M (Princeton), lately of Bt. Mat
thewa Military Academy. History, Qeog
■ aptly and Modem lamguages; John
ittelxer. A 8., Mathematics and Chem
latry. Oa. Telopbona 1(11.
66' IT** IKE. WB HAVE IT.
Pumpkin. Rauerkrnut and Strawberry
Beets In tins Also Dunlwr'* Dwrarf
Okra. Preserved Orange and Fig*. Pap
rika or Hungarian Bweet Pepper, Bone
less Sardines. Oxford Raussge ""d
HARDER A MARHHALU
HUNTER BALTIMORE RYE
All al KKMI-KR'B, Drayton and IJtwrty.
P. 8 —Our bulk goods are only the best,
and we can ship with safely anywhere.
No charge for Jugs.
N4VANNAH NT RN 41 DYE WORKS,
JAMKR WILKIN*. Proprietor. Dyeing
of every description Finest lace* and cur
tains handled without Injury. I.adte*'
dreases, gloves and feathers dyed aisl
cleaned a* new Gentlemen s suits dyed,
steam cleaned end pressed 21 York street,
west, opposite new posioffh-c, Rav annah,
(la Ga Phone 1204.
ac<rrr a otvii,
Phone 1173 Maiket.
Fresh pork, (parr rib* nl Is*. kiione.
hog-head liver. Best beef, bt mutton,
host veaL Order what you with.
Utterly and Whitaker.
Tha laahionabia cafe of Savannah.
Within a block of the Dc Boto Every
thing In aaaaon. Fat came. Freeh oya
tera. Private parllee-dinners.
old Kamil) Oloroso. Spain, tiurgun
die*. Port. Old Tawney, Old Taragun •
Oid Tom tiin. 01. l Holiar.d Oln. Frencn
Cognac, V'lnlage W.'.. Rhine Wine. Clar
eta. tuarie and pirn* A.I Imiiortad.
Wuerahurcer Hof Hra. u Herr on draught
and bottles GEORGE lIKCK M ANN.
Phone 710. U*-U4 Whitaker St.
IMI.lt E CAFE,
RSrrAdAAT AMI OtUEH Millet:
42 Bull Street
Blue Point*. Uttlv Neck C.ini. received
by every tttamrr. Native Outers in ad
styles Chops and steak* and game in
season Everything the i>**t.
Just received, fresh lot live lobsters.
■re. M D. ARH A MB, Prop,
P. S.~Hot lunch from it to I every day
iia\ ill t i AUK,
will tlx up the old furniture tor you
Makes It look good as near. What he isn't
do to furniture Is not worth doing He
makes the best mattress on earth. He
makes price* right, too. Bee. him.
The beat of everything to eat at Ban
Ban Francisco prices.
A tip-top dinner for Sc
Regular price else* ore l hr
Cleanliness, good foul wel. <ooa*4 U
BAN FRANCISCO Itlian’At RA NT
111 lirajloo strash
THE MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1900.
U lit HI 4t.11*.
— L[ — L -_- i— - - a.—.
JIIPPEHBB-BVANR—Married at Ra
ton. New Mexico, on Nov. 3. Mrs. Min
nls Mehrtens Zlpperer. formerly of Sa
vannah, Ga . and Mr Roland Houaely
Kvans of Pueblo, Col
FLANNERY—Died, at 10 50 last even
ing John McMahon Flannery. Funeral
[ nolle# !at< r.
MARTIN -Died. Dec 28 1800. at 4
p. m , Ada Jamar, wife of C. C. Marlin
Funeral notice later
Ft Mitt 41. IN4 IT4TION*.
ARTRON—The friends ard acquaint
ance* of Capt. W, 11 Arison and family
I are respectfully invlled to attend the
I funeral of his eldest daughter. Catherine
! K. Sharp*. thl* afternoon at 2 o'clock
| from First Baptist Church. Bolton and
| West Brtaid.
1 BROWN —The relatives and friend* of
!Mr and Mr*. Gustave Brown, are In
i vited It* attend the funeral of Ihe latter
j from her late residence, No I* Thlrty
i serond etreet. east, this afternoon at 2
WOOD -The friends and acquaintances
of Mr*. W. E Wood and family Are re
spectfully Invited to attend her funeral
on Monday morning at 11 o'clock, from
her lal# residence 521 Zubly street.
IN 416241014 I 01.
GONE TO It Err.
Mr P. C. Colgan
Died at hi* residence. 618 East Broad
strese. Dee. 27. 18nn
His remains were carried to Clyo. Oa ,
for Interment He leavew a wife, two son*
and two daughters to mourn hi* 6o*s, but
weep not. dear ones, he Is not dead, but
A precious one from them Is gone.
A voice they loved Is still,
A place Is vacant In rhelr home.
Which ne'er can be ttMed.
Dec. 28. 1800.
EDISON ELECTRIC II.H 4IIN 4TING
CO. 06* N4V4NNAH.
* tuck holders' Meetla*.
Annual meeting of Ihe stockholder* of
thl* company will he held at the office ol
the compeny at 4 p. tn. on 55 ednesday,
Jan 8. 1801.
UIOO. J. BALDWIN. President
gAVARNAH. FLORIDA AND NA EBT
EIIN RAILWAY CO.
Anneal Medina of Stockholder*.
Savannah. Ga.. Dec. 15. I*oo.
The annual meeting of the stockholder#
of thl# compeny will b* held at the of
fice* of the compnnv In the city of Sa
vannah, Ga on Wednesday. Jan. 9. 1901
at 10 o'clock a m.. for the ele tlon of
directors and the transaction of such other
bustnesa as may oom* before the meet
ing R B SMITH Secretary.
A LAWVI NO B6CBUCMBH ANCF. FOR
A HOLIDAY GIFT.
Solid Gold Spectacle *vM
Solid Gold Eyeglass
Gold Filled Spectacle 3 80
Gold Filled Ryeglaaa
Aluminum Byegtaa* 16 0
Aluminum Spectacle 2-M
The above price# include tha
very brat lenses made. Tha par
ty who receive# (hem can have
their eyes examined and glaaee*
changed to cult within one year
Frea of Charge.
DB. M. WCH4N AB A NON.
47 Hall Street.
ROY AL MS SIC KAL2-,
214-218 Hrooghtoo alrsel. West.
The Home of Murleaqtie. Drama. Comedy
mid Ihe Moving Pictures
First Apt ar*lice In Thl* City of
Comedy Sketch Arttels. In Somethin* New
Second week and greet success of THE
Caldwell*, In a funny sketch entitled.
"A Curlou* Kuss.”
BD —THE 1-aROSKS -LILLIE.
In New Sketches and Songs
Oonltnued success of Miss Jessie Haynes,
the Coon Hhouter.
Second Week ol Ml-* Grace llesa. the
charming Rule vocalist. In n*w song*.
The pleasing little dancer. Ml*a Funny
"Ilappi'* Rill Campbell Enough will.
The Bewitching Mies Agnes 1/rbman, In
And anew and Interesting series of
MOIITOY* At HIND. FOR no 4a.
12-17 Macon Street, East.
SCHOOL RHHI MBB WEDNESDAY,
Thl* school la Ihe large*! and lies!
patronised la the city. Thorough prepara
tion for College. University or Buslaev*.
r • • .•; T
the beginners’ class*
Room for six more In the academic de
For further Intormultor. *■ Wires*
J H M'JPTON. M A ,
Bell .Telephone ti**
N4F. HAVE TIIE FINEST
Hi # & Box Piper, Perfumery. Pocket
books. Lap T*U< ts, Set* or- and Scis
sors S'ls. Manicure Bets, Ladles’ and
Oenls’ Dressing Case* ever shown tn
Please cell early and leava your or
ders for HUYLKRB CANDIES, la
baskets, boxes and package*.
Th* larg.at grower of r'ut Y-nm
ers. and M r 1 o*# ar* lb# Fla
eat Grown, Strong talk, btet tha
proof it easy oro m your order
Grower of Flo* Cot Flowers.
If <*•* s>s.'. yor (, .rr, *■ ..rk and -ns
reasons!*.* sand /i> I* la *, .all w tr*
f ltrmrf fdusndkg iospe. rcgNISUVE.
S3 f/ray'vo e reat, u last Utlsrah
As Good as Currency
Tells the Whole Story.
LEE ROY MYERS & CO.
/0f TWE LAUNDRY
WftW THAT will make
Phone 700 307 Bull Street.
Ruviar.ee Spring* Fla.. March I. 1800
Oh’ Buwanee. Sgsaiwt. lovely old pine*
I leave thee with so much regret;
My memory of thee'll never efface.
Thy pleasures I'll never forget.
Thy moss-' overed tree*, thy bold, bub
With the beautiful river dose by.
The pine* as they moan, the bird* a* j
Have charms for the heart and the ay*. .
Of all places where our poor bolle* can j
You certainly discount them all,
For surely thou glveat us all that is blest.
As many who v* been here recall.
80. good-byo, Buwanee. ar.d may thy
g* oi power
Continue with sick end with lame.
And may thoge who come to Ihe* Mesa
the good hour.
When to thy good healing they came |
T. E MURPHY. Macon, Oa
All you can drink for 6c at Livingston *
Open at Night.
Perfume Atomizers 15c to 63
Real. Morocco and Fancy leather Pock
etbooks 626 c to |!.W ,
Merschaum Pipe* B to 615
Hair Brushes ldc to 65
Tooth Brush"* (guaranteed) SSe
Rogers A Gallet'a. Palmer'*. Plnauda,
Coudray's. Colgate's Toilet Waters. Roap*.
Powders and Perfumes at prl.-a* that will
please. KNIOHT'R PHARMACY.
Both Telephone*. 668.
RYAN’S lit *INE*S COLLEGE.
Rooms 27 and 29 Provider)* Building
Day and Night Resslon#
Fall and Winter Heaslon now In progress
Stenography, (Munson. Graham and
Pltmanl. Typewriting. English branch"*.
Rookkeeping, Penmanship. Individual
Instruction*. Rhort. thorough, pracuaal
courses; latest and beat methods. Our
various departments are exceptionally
thorough amt complelc. and are under
the personal supervision of th* peine I
pal Students prepared directly (or busi
ness. Call and examine Ihe methods
and workings of thle college If you are
employ'd during the day. attend our pop
ular night * melon Send for catalogue.
M r. RYAN. Principal.
ETENIGHT I* FRICEUSSB.
j The MASONIC TEMPI/E PHARMACY
| ha* added an optical department to their
: establlahment and are now prepared to
i carrect error* In refraction In all Its dif
ferent forms by the latest methods known
| to science.
An expert graduate optician Is always
Spectacles and Eyeglasses made to or
ikr. Pricer reasonable and satisfaction
Eye* tested free of change.
All kinds of game, no mailer what yon
wish. It is fresh and nice. All klnd of
fruit. All kinds of vegetable* Brains.
Irlpe, sweet bread, eggs. Order any lime.
Phone 575. M H. GARDNER
P. B —Remember I load on fine rasali
and aleak*. And that tine beef which I
.on, mjrsatf Is unex ei.'.i,
Georgia Phone No 346. Bell Phone No 245.
44. C. FHII'P 48 CO.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
Real Estate bought and sold on commis
sions, and Renta cailKltd
Trsveler* Insurance ComiNiny LHe. Ac
cident and liability Department*.
New York Underwriter# Fir* Insurance
Greenwich Fir# Insurance Company.
The City Trust. Bale Deposit and Surety
Issuing Bonds of Surety to contractors,
administrator*, guardian*, etc.
A%t 4* GIFT
You annot obtain anywhere heller
value for your moit’y. or give more
pleasure to those whom you Intend
r> mem tiering than by presenting
BEAT QUALITY CHOCOLATE*
(or Bon-Bons—or mixed)
L <• I’LR B<\ ' .b Pol'Nleft.
AT JOB L’.
Turkey* yet. and fin* at that. Plenty
geese, wll I ducks, quail dove*, snipe,
venison Everything good t<B eat. some
better than you <an get anywhere ele#
Try aid re* If It alb t eo.
Phonee IV7 JAR J JOYCE
P 14 Remember all the! line beef, vent
eon. ho <jgi-ae. grarvdtna sausage, tripe,
On* lb-kwh Biaam Knot Gun Feed, 12
feet long, one itUI Oscillating Btsam Nig
ger. 6 end Iv-lrv h cyellndere. only ue*<J
about thlriy dart, on# Picket Ms hine
end one N*> y Guide. also a lot of Clr* u
!sr daw* ftoi. It. to M Itches diameter.
ti ,m Ihe ml" of H P Kmart A Hru In
Lmaiiut uounay The above for eale by
VALE ROYAL MFG CO..
Ptonayi Spec mam.
TO. MODSI. na
LUXE’ of bicycle building The only
wheel a lady ehould ride, and one that
can be ridden with entire comfort. Rough
streets and car tracks can be crossed and
the Jar la imperceptible. The action la
not Jerky, but like th# gentle ewaylng of
a Kentucky mddle horse. We stmply
ask you to try the PIERCE CUSHION
FRAME chain LESS, no positive are we
of Is merits. We have a complete s snort -
men! of chain-driven wheels, without
quesitan the finest collection by any one
dealer In the South.
We are distributors for the B. F. GOOD
RICH CO, maker* of PALMER and
GOODRICH TIRES, acknowledged tbe
REPAIRING Is done here by expert
nuti hlnists, and our work 1* tn g class by
R.V. CONNER AT.
Vo*. *4O-349 flail Street.
II 4VE HOME COMFORT.
Our stock of fine Vehicle* and Home**
I* unit complete. We have a fine Une
of pluh and send robes and horse blan
ket* also. Bee the. new style Stanhope*
and Runabout* Just In. Our stock la the
Inrgeet and most complete In tha south
Price* are right and styles correct.
OOHE2U KULMAN OARRIAOB AND
Broughton and West Promt Street#
YOt HI REI.T WILL H 44 F.
If tour wheel I* In |<erfe"t condtllon
Don l linker with It yourself and get Into
a state of pereplr&tlon or profanity—bring
your bicycle to u* and let us get ll Into
first-class shape for you. You **<•. that's
our study, our business, our living, and
we do ll well. "Lamps to burn "
D. A HOLI-AND.
Rtat* street, east. Ga. Phone 878
50 Per Ct. Discount
will be our prices on Elec
tric and Gas Chandeliers
after Jan. X.
ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO.,
PHONE C 80 DRAYTON .STREET
GREENE fr CO.
New Japan**# picture*. New Moulding
New Goods Polite attention to your
want* Cgil and see u*.
that comes just at the right time,
r) p for social functions are fre
/% ~ V quent now, and patent
rr* J 1 leather shoes must be worn
/; J SI at these functions by the man
■ELI who wishes to be well dress
ed. Patent Leather Shoes
V mßd! a,e pliable as calf and near
ly as enduring, made in But
ton or Lace, newest lasts.
s3* SO “ pwird!i
OF THE SEASON.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
A “Cinch" Reduction Sale
40 Per Cent.-OFF-40 Per Cent, on
Bull and Congress. Eastman Kodak Agency.
Exclusive Family Liquor Store
IN THE CITY. TRY OUR FAMOUS
Bell’s Pure Rye Whiskey.
Full Quarts 75c; four bottles, containing full Gallon,s3.oo.
JFull line of Duff-Gordon Sherry and Claret Wines.
BELSINGER & CO., 43Wh^f£ erSt -
Bt 814P.H HOTICB9.
fHL GKtAT l)l(.\T\
Ipsa sat stock daring the week
seal baa been fatly met by new
shipments. 4Ve sre able to otrr
■ beararlf til l#t or prcsentaDon
Hltveewnre. Ten Hsta, Hnlad Seta.
Pltehrra. nnd other pleees for
household use. Our atoek of
Diamond Jrwelry la beyond com
petition. I’rarl Brooches. Hlrove
Buttons and Hllver Novelties la
X tiav* a
Gontlomeit'tf aixl I#ailloa Wat’hef*. I/K'k
otn. Watrh-rhalnik atyi LMTMtie hatim.
tstnds. Cuff H'litonn. Hinfih. Hroocbof 1 . Atfei
lUnym<t IVnrtnnla. Hai-pinr. H* .rf pinn.
etc.. In Goid and Bilvor. with prices rtghf
A. L. Desbouillons
4.1 Bull street.
Gifts S jL erlin 8
Toilet Article*. Table Ware.
NoveßDa. Reis tn
A great variety of beauti
ful articles, suited
hunter & Van keuren.
142 Bull street. Ga. Phone 881.
And see ycur shoes
made. A special offer in
our own make.
See Bell Phone 1155.
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and wrork, order your lithographed and
printed stationery and Mark h oks from
Morning Newt, Savannah. Qk
fit SINKS* h OTIC ESI.
Do you suffer wlth~o?ar~
rhoea? If you do. Sloat’s
Vegetable Bitters will ab
solutely cure you.
Mr, W. O. Robinson, Bankar.
ville, Fla., sayo: "1 have h—en mitT.rln*
for ten yean, with chronic Diarrhoea. and
have .pent hundred, of doilara. bow. in
this country and Kurafw. .caking a cure,
without Uniting nn. and wa* about 10
give up In dee pair, when Hoata Vtat>l*
Biller, wa. recommended lo m I mue
confrea I bought tdx bottle* of Mime, little
thinking It w-ould do me any good. and. to
my arc. ll surprise, after taklnw th* ao-or.l
bottle, 1 I .cyan to fael a. I had not In
year*, and to-dav I take thta opportunity
to express my thanks for the cure and
treat relief It has riven me "
*m*at nito.,, Mvtvtxii, nt.
Just received a shipment al Neck
Pins. Thev represent th* Istest
manufacturing Not too heavy.
Don't cost too much, and yot are
tiquialt* things . . .
KOCH l SYLVAN.
46 Whitaker Street.
lo Newssoper Piste.
For sal*, a Forsalth Newspaper Folder;
will fold sheet 17x41 It Is In good order,
price 6100. It coot originally *l.lOO. but
wo havo no urn for ll and matt th# room
It will b* an Invaluable ad knot to aoy
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Cos.
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms.