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JEKYL’S SEASON NOW OPEN.
Ol TLOOK IB FOR THU KRRT *95 %-
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•hr Fa*lilonhlr |gM©a(a ho %rr
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trrtnlnrd Thl* U lnt©r—Tli© < !•*•
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MrnihFri of (hr ('lull.
Brunswick. Qi i D#c. >.—On Wln#i
4*y, D© M. th© ©.*• of 1900-1901 QRMM
on J+kyl Inland. nr*l *rh*t ir.*nil*©* 'o
Ih* ih© mojit nurc*rfil *©aon *sn©© tfi©
club n!- organized 1* in pro*p©rt. Hupt
K. O. Orob In in oliargn, **• usual. aiml
In this year In Ihn ofTVro by Mr.
g I\ MIHs. a *flUb-housn ollirn-man of
nrrll known ibllHy. kupt. Orob ban b i*l
th© Ura. Jnkyl Inland fore© nt work for
m/m v. -ki. pHtlntf tho Hub hotisn uti'l
In ©lmp©. nml tbf v i>r< -©nt on
unu-'Lilly attracting appmfAlu'#. Tim
imuodf Hurroufiibns thr club buiMir.x
h#v© bran nonrn wttb Kngltali ryn. ami
Ibry mrv gr©rn anl ©loa© rro|>|©l to suit
h© moat fawtkkoos In co.or and itnlty.
It Is understood that practlriily th©
cnilr© lint of cottnam bav© w**ii ngng**l
for tho FFjwti. nod from i<Kn- • Intlrr*
Hupt Orob thinks thn club will b© crooni
ng with inilliooairr o. up.intr Thn reg
ular winter attendant* uie espreted <k>wn
In a frw days, ar.d in .mi ic >n of on
early opt-ntriK wll t* Northern wlilie
)ml|> snd waiters <mvf Imen brought tSown
m work In odvan © of the regular da tea
hercrofoio prevailing A large number of
the youogrr set ure expected after the
first week in January, their arrival being
pontpom-d a tittle on account of two New
York weddings fur which they nr© wait*
The voir ground* are In ex elleot con
dition. as are also the polo field*, napbth i
and steam laum hep. ©all hoots and other
instrument* of armmerTMrrt*. Th© stable*
are AIM with the finest •utklle tnl
harness bonus ahicn will *• largely add
••d to as some of the in*al©r> arris*- with
ihelr iegalsr of Duo***! animals
This year cf© Karri* f©tnr© will he asp •-
©tally looked after, and som* of the fin
st snooting Jekyl has ever afforded Is
t xpa tal The committee this vesr is
composed of H A lloffmati. chairman.
Jonn Claltin, William fitruthers. fint Kd
wm Oaufet They are taking a great to
forest in the season, nml have promul
gated a new set *f rule* which prom
ise to odd to the pb-asurc of the sport
for all members and their gu* *t*
The Interest that Fh* in Gould hio* taken
In Jekyl thip season is one of the note
worthy things in connection with the
opening Tnc Gould cot tag©. formerly
owned by D. H King |* otic of the
•unkju© and comfortable in the Pnlted
glut#* It is bullf on the Mexican style,
and has a magnificent swimming j*ool in
it* court yard. The former owner spent
on this cottage but ha* never
The first guests this year wen* ns usual.
Mr. C. A. Mautice *ml family, and they
have their beautiful tabby house thrown
open for the early arrival of some notable
guests. Mr. Maurice, a* one of the eon
trolling factors of the Union Bridge Com
pany and other immense steel and iron
concerns, I* • u©voted member of th<*
Jekyl Island ami his stay begins
before the clubhouse Is thrown open for
mally, and usually extends throughout
the entire s* nson. during which he enter
tains magnificently many of the promt*
nent people of the North and Kwn . Th*
eluh expects to entertain this season
un.l Mrs McKinley, nnd Vico
President Hooseve t.
There are now eigbty-tilnr member* of
Ihf duh and they eontrol all the ,h*r-s
rc*|.| .me which Is ownl In- the <lul.
luoir The Imr value of these share* urn
but the only ora* ever pm up
for sale brought At a matter of
fact. It |. pra 'Orally Impossible io buy
a thaff at any prlro. and wltllu there are
aomn member* who (add ran ahir.-s. thry
arr loath to irt thorn go The exrluslve
nr of Jekyl I* one of thr thine* which
fnaku the recurt *o popular and thr fortu
natr * Ighty-nlrt- ■U > nor .cm to want
any our el to hrip thrm share thr lt.tqtt
odd arm* over wht.-h thry may rnim t
will, safe from anythin* that .-otne* by
land or seat-. Tin* vatu*' of Improvement a
on thr Island arr rtradlly Increasing and
sonic of thr most magnificent cottage* In
thr I. nlled Htairs arr or* upl.-d for atioui
Ihrrr month* each yrar with many nra-n
of iiMliion* and noli si brllra and heiresses
of thr Norlh and Karat. Thr noMlln of
foreign lands. as well aa thr President
of thrar llnKed Mater havr alao been en
trrtalnrd hero, and there t yet to la*
found one guest who ha* departed with
out a fond • lea!re to mine day return to
thr Island home oft the IJ .-orgU roast.
' The oAciai llat of J.-kyl Island Club
Efimbtr., offlrcr., director* and commit
tros. revised and corrected up to I>er. S.
IKS'. Is iwrtt In thr hand* of thr prlntrrs
and win hr Iswned to the members short
ly. Through the courtesy of Superin
tendent K. G. (Imb, 1 have secured ad
vance proofs of same and herewith pre
sent thr first and only authorised and cor
rect llat of this Important rlub. Thr list
alphabetically arrung.-d Is ar follows
J. J Allbrlght. ItufTalo. N. Y . William
H- Anderson tartate), Cincinnati O.;
Krai ices E. llakrr. New York city. Fred
eric Maker New York city; Hert>ert J.
Ballanllne, Newark. N J . Frances Mart
let. Boston. Mass ; George Mlrlsteln, Huf
falo, N. Y.; Cornelius N Mllsa. New
York city; Frank 8 Mind. New York
city; M. C. I>. Borden, New York city;
Calvin 8, Brice testate). New York city;
Perrey J. Brtnton. Weal Cheater. Ka.;
M. Bayard Brown. New York city; Pree
ootl Hall Butler, New York oily; Arthur
B. Claflln. Lakewood, N. V ; John Clalln.
Ns York city; F. W dark". Pin!..,ld
ph!o. Pa.; Oeorirs Coppell. New York
city; Bayard W. Cuttlmr. New York city;
Charles Perrin*. Clilcatto. IIL; Robert W
de Forest. New York rtty; Josel’ltlnc
llesser Chicago. III.; B B. Eernes. New
York city; Kudolph Kfll*. Philadelphia.
Pa.; Duncan B. Ellsworth, Corning, New
York; George F. Fuhyan. Boston. Mas*.;
N. K Falrbsnk. Chicago. III.: Walter
Ferguaon, 8 ten ford. Conn.; Henry' Field
testate). Chicago. 11l ; Marshall Field.
Chicago. HI.; Latham A Kish. New York
olty: Charles R. Format. Hort'ord, Conn.;
William P. Koulke, Richmond, Ind ; Wal
ter R Fumes*. Pnllalelphlo. Pa.; Ogden
Goeh t (estate). New York city;
Robert GoeleS (estate). New York
city; Edwin Gould. New York city;
George J. Gould. Lakewood. N J ; J. M
||. Grosvenor. New York city; Walter 8
Oumn>. New York city. Dwight M. Har
r:s. New York city: Edmund llayes. Buf
falo. N. Y.; Eugene lllggtns. New York
ctly; Foster A. Higgins, New York etty.
James J. Hill. St Paul. Minn; Charles
F. rtonman (estate). New York city; Eu
gene A. Hoffman. New York city; A. I
Hopkins. New York city; Henry E Hen*
land. New York olty: K. K Hubbard.
Middletown, Conn ; Henry M. Hyde (es
tate). Near York city. William B libam,
New York city; Morris K Jesup. New
York city; Hugo Richards Johnstone,
New York eky; John 8 Kennedy. New
York city; David H. King. Jr.. New York
, kasy to take, eaa7 to opersta—
'\ aehodon’l want
■ ' 'it known lhxl
they do their own washing,
ore delighted with PK A KL
INE can't catch them al It—
they're not t\t tlie tub long
enough. Soak, boll and rinne—
not much labor about thvt.
Do a few things each day. and
thus do away with wtvsh-divy.
No rubbing with PEA KLINE.
The hnrdest wear on Clothes
Is In the Kubblng. ojo
city; (Tisrlr* Uiilrr. Nrw York my; J
Mason boomi* <e*tte>. C*hlago, 111 .John
Mag t•. Wrttkin*. N Y ; <* H Mauii e.
Athens. I*u ; K It Md‘ngg. GhU s-r u 111 ;
t’yrus H M f'orinl k Chi g 11. 8
.M Hen Chinuib, 111 : Uonlon >l< Kay.
NeW'ijorr, l( I ; J Picrprwit Mt-rgaii Nw
Yrk city, J F. O'rthaugf* New York
city; Alfretl Pell. New York city; Henry
K lvrter. Pirt-burg. Pa.. William Cooper
Pivctor, Clndnikiil, o ; Robert C Pruyn,
Albany, Now York. Jo*v|h PullUer N w
York city; Normal. It Ream, Chicago.
III.: William Itockef* I’er. N* w York dty;
l.iexter P. Itumaey, Ituffalo, N Y ; Janus
A. Hcryms.tr. New \ork * tty Hsifnuei
Spencer, New York -it v. Jbn A th*‘W’-
art. New York cy, Jo* pb Htlckn. y.
N w York city. Jam** Htillrouti. New
York city. William giruthei *, Phi: ok 1-
phlo. Pu < lakb igh Thorn *. New York
city. II II Vail. New York city. William
K Vanderbilt, Ne* York city; Alfred
Van Hafitvoord. N* York city. H I
WoodrufT. 8t ('uthertne*. Pan ; John
Wyeth. Philadelphia. Pi.
Honorary Member ir Charles If
l*urkhurst. New York city.
officers. I Mr. tor* and for
1 fM*-1901; Charles Unier. pt* sklent. N K
Flrbank, lint vl v president. Jam*** A.
8* r> me* r. *.* ond vice president Frederic
linker treasurer. H K Howland, secre
tary. li. Ci Grob. sup rlnteiwlent.
Jilrectom -Frederic Raker. It W dek>r-
H. K Howland. Gordon M Kay. f’or
nellus N Itll** N K Falrlaink. Mortis K
jcfup, WIHUm Rockofellor. Mm Clmflln,
E. A HofTnwn. Charles loinier. James A.
Mcryms*r. Joseph Rtlckney.
Executive Committee—Charloa Lganler,
Frederic Baker. Cornellu* N. Bliss. H.
W. deForest. Morris K Jesui. Jam*** A.
•feryroser, Joseph Stlcknny.
Gam- Committer K A Hoffnmn. Edwin
Gould. John Claflln. Wil iam Htruthers
Committee on Golf and rtports— A. H.
Claflln. John Magee. VV. I>. Koulke. hM
Forestry Committee—James A B'rym
ser. E. A Hoffman. C S Maurice.
Auditing Commttte* —James A. Bcrym*
ser. R. W. deForest.
HIE FLURIOA MAl'OI'RAls.
Military of the state Generally to
\ltrnd— Urtrral Inpra* ementa In
Prospect at Tallahassee.
Tallalmssee. Fla . Dec SO-The follow
ing military companies have signified their
Intention of participating in the inaugura
tion of Oov. Jenntnga: Escambia Rtflea.
Chlpiey laght Infantry. Penaacnla Light
Artillery, Governor's Guariie, Starke
Rifles. Jacksonville Light Artillery and
Naval Mlllta. Tampa IJght Infantry, Gem
city Guard* of Talstka. Orlando Guards.
Key West Guards. Oak City Guard# of
Bartow. The Pensacola sotdh-ra will
bring a band and also the Tampo com
r. w\ Brooks, a North Carolina lum
ber man. has rented a house In Tallahua
aee and will shortly bring his family here.
Mr. Brooks will erect a large a* mill
near Wakulla Mutton
A trainroad Is to be built between Bop
choppy and Panacea Bpring* and thor
oughly equipped for freight and passen
Htlas Peterson ami William Itowe,
both colored, were arraigned be
fore Judge Whitfield yesterday on
a charge of stealing freight from
u Bcaboard Air 1-In*- car. How- wa ac
quitted arc! Peterson found guilty and
James Holland, u wiw mill proprietor.
Is arranging to build a large planing mill
at the t’lirratietle. Tallaha**' . .m.I Gulf
depot, which Will be supplied with th*
latest Improved machinery.
A letter Just received fr**m the Geor
gl Pine Railroad pe*j>le states that It
Is their pur i siee to build from Ha In bridge
to Tallabaasee a* quleklr a* i>a*lblc.
HON. LICIT* 11. WO MU WRLI..
I sleet eh of Florida's latte < ommis
sloner of Igrlraltare.
Tallahassee. Dec. Hun. l.uclua B.
Wombwell. Commissioner of Agriculture,
whose death at Chattahoochee was an
nounced In the Morning New* yesterday,
was Si years of age. He had l>c*n In
feeble health for several monhts and left
last week to visit Col. J. W. Trammell,
superintendent of the Btate Hospital.
Col Wombwell was a native of Jack
son county, where he grew to manhood
and enieted public Ufa lit Jan. 1*77, as a
clerk for Hon William D. Bloxham, then
Secretary of Biate. Col. Wombwell was
afterwards private secretary to the Gov
ernor. and for many years was the effi
cient secretary of the State Democratic
Committee. Hr was also a lawyer.
Col Wombwell was elected Commis
sioner of Agriculture In IMS. ami contin
ued in the office by re-election until hi*
death He was an efficient officer and a
valuable ntan In public affairs His friends
were not only In Tallahassee, but In all
section* of the stale, and alt will learn
of h death with sincere regret. Mr*.
Wombwell and twin are In Virginia.
GRAHAM HELD FOR COURT.
lie Killed Wralev Mlmbs In l.anrrns
nl. Ten Ihtu la.
IMiblln. Ga., Jan. 30—Yetderday Mr. J
L. Graham, who was recently arrested
for the murder of Mr. We*dey Mlmbs rn
the night of Dec. at. waa given a oom
mitmetft trial before Juilgo John 8 Ad
am* of the C.ty Court of Dublin. The
tcstlmonv wj very confitcilng but Judge
Adams thought groper to bind him over
to th. Superior Court, which he did. un
der a bond of Iti.w Graham easily gave
the hotui 11 is thought that he will
have little trouble in twlabllshlng tits In
Mr J. W. Woodard, lately of Dewey.
Flu., la preparing to establish a a team
laundry In Dublin.
TllltS. O't'ONNOR OKU).
Well-Known Insarnner Stan at
llrsasnlrk Passed Away.
Brunswick. On., Dec. 30 -Thomas
O'Connor, n well known cltlxen und prom
inent Ineursnc* man, died here to-day
after a brief Illness.
—Justice Marcus P. Knowlton, of the
Supreme Court of Maoeachueetts. to to be
the orator of fhe day at the commetu*-
ment exercise* of the Yale Law School.
They will he held In College Street Hall
on Monday afternoon. June 34. 1301 Judge
Knowlton was graduate.! from Yale In th*
r)u*s of 1400. He has been Attorney Gen
eral of Massachusetts. Ilia borne to in
Springfield He bee a high rank through
out New England for learning and #o
THE MORNING NEWS: MONDAY. DECEMBER 31.1900.
MANUFACTURE OF SHOT.
mi:i/tki> ij: id. iinumii fror %
It) It IN. HIIFKt
Falls lnt< a Pimil f Water—A lb*
•erlptlon of (He Ftwosa <lll •(*(
T ower In \e%% I ork-lsisx Is
Unit fr Hie l*o e (•.*.- i*f •• u rile ai•• a
the Pellets. Which Fall So Fast
(Tint Tke> Hrrw Mkr s,||g| ill very
Vfren *os— (In l Imm the l.eail Urlftle
With %rs*oic—X*t Usagrrouv.
From the New York Mull and Expr* -•*
gtandlng on m*ub* ground .% • r th- ver>
spot where Robert Fulton sailed hi* first
steaniiioat. Is the c eb-lmited *ls-t tower
that ha.* ent r**d into tho rotnono* and
tragedy of Hi* gre it city for generation*
From li top •. may lock <lown Into tn**
court yard of th( Tomb* f.risot,, .*rb.i years
kK* 1 . when murderer* were hanged (h* : \
iww*fMper men w*r- wont to wafoh f rr
the tower stil signal the i.*-w* of death to
other watchers posted on th* roofs of
n**w paper offices * Park Bow Mn>
not have been kill* I by th*- * •* mud*
there, and million* of rabbits and state
lier gam© hair b*-ootr.e victim* of th*
fiesh|stg tlwougn its infiu^nc**
Every general or so some f rank
comes forward wl h a sch**m* to mak*
small shot without a town on- bo** been
trying to g**r before ih public recently.
Every plan has lieen tried, but n*>t *fi
nun***) of small shot 1* on the market **-
ct pt whut Wfia made in th** old-fashioned
way The largest shot that oil) be roads
in a tower Is twenty-three-hundred* of hh
in. n In and an*. r Itu* k*hot and all dx- s
larger are molded
The process 1 extremely simple—the
► hot form* Itself, ivn.l the Might *f tin
tower has nothing to *l<* with sh.*pi.g
th* pellets. Might I* only necessary :o
give them time io harden lef*r** they
com** in contact with anything that might
destroy their *ha|* The old tower *n
Center street Is 17* fe*t tall. A It* bot
tom Is a well tliirte#** fe* t i'*t. fiH •!
with water, into which th© hurd but lK>t.
shot fall An endless chain work at the
bottom with favekot*. carrying th© -hot
up (o a platform as fas’ us they reach
th*’ bottom of th© well. On working
day twelve tons of shot will be rained
dow-n from the giddy top into this w*ll
and the water will U kept hissing with
the torrent llut shat Is a little detail <•>
the manufacture. The real skill I* r *"
qulrcd in mixing the lead to be poured.
••Yhortelilna** the l.eHl.
Melt pure lead and pour It throiikh the
eolsnder at the trp of the town and It
will be aketi froen the water In eho't
.trine; more like crooked nails tiuli
shot TV make the lead form pellet* it
must ho shortened or ehorp'-ned." Ju
ne a housewife ehortene donah with lar.l
to make pie crust. The shortenlna for
lead is arsenic Several years ao a
trenMN who edited a Sunday newspap.’r
discovered that this arsenic in shot pois
oned the same killed with R and render
It unflt to eat, but that w.ie a Sunday
Tho amount of arsenic used Is so sllphl.
and so perfectly aeslmilated by the lead
that it Is harmless It la mixed with the
least thus: On the bottom of a preat re
tor, la placed a heap of forty round* of
pure arsenic. Over it I* placed on Iron
crown, which Ills tr-tu;ht. On top of
thle le put a ton of cold lead. The lead
Is then heated The mom-nt It liettkis to
•how rod an attendant pinny* an Iron
rod Into It and upsets the Iron crown or
i>owl. that held the arsenic down The
poleon la thun released ut the bottom of
the hot lead It hey (ns to work Its way
up Ibrouch the inner, but by the time It
reoch.w the surface there la barely 11 fume
of it left, the l*ol having ahsortw-d It.
lawd thus treated |, us brittle as qnlcAt
ellvsr. and a bit of It dropped on the
door will fly In a thouwiiHl directions nnd
come to rest in a myriad of tiny pellet*.
It Is too brittle for shot. It la "shot
stock.” One hiindr.tl jsminda of ltd*
stock Is melted with a thousand |uuu<fc,
of pure lead and the resultant mixture
I* short enotijth for shot, and is run off
Into bar* of 2tn pounds weight each.
The Unit* of Misery shot.
At the top of the tower on a sort of
dais Is a melting pot. The prepared lead
la hoisted to this on an elevator The
colander, which Is like those used In any
kitchen, wily vastly more heavy, ts a foot
In dlame er. II Is placed over the renter
of a wooden tube, three feet In diameter,
that Hand* In the .enter of the tower
Bcum front boiling lead Is powdered, and
th.- bottom of the colander Is covered
with It to the depth of half an In h
tin top of tnta tne lend I* pour. ! II per
colate* through th.. powder and drop*
through the Itoles exactly a* w.tler
through a filter. Each drop that leaves
the e.tsprnd.'d colander Is a perfectly
rounded shot. Its form Is never changed
for the ltter After the dro|* begin to
let go they fall so fast from the manv
hob-* lhat o the eye ihev seem like solid
sir. ants of had Instead of a succession
of liny globe* The rain of nteial gleam
like sliver and la a pretty thing to look
a' I.ttl If one were lo thm-t ones |.*ad
into the shower one's head would be cite *-
cd .ff In a twinkling, especially at the
IKit tom. for the speed It acquires In Its
fall Is almost as great as that It la
when fired from a gun.
Nearly every at ranger who visits the
lower for thr first time wants to p.k
hl* hand Into the stream to see how bald
It Is falling. It* oently a wt*.- young ttnn
with a s.lk hat Insisted on holding out
his hand, and Engineer Tracey, who ha*
run 'he lower for thirty-five years. |crk
ed hint buck Just In time to save the
hand The young man then held out hi*
hat to catrli m hatful of the shot. Th"
list was eaten up so quickly that on'y a
' few hits of it .sudd Is* fished from .n:
i well. The engineer then held a pine botr.l
into the rain, and when the shot pa--cl
right thmtith ti the visitor shudders! at
the thought of the hand he might have
Tnlte Prevent* leeldcnts.
To ward against accidents the lead Is
dropped down a wooden lube. The tub*
Is open here and there to let the atr cir
culate freely. The hot shot tn falling will
often ewervp to one side and beat ag.'inat
the sides. Atout one-thtrd of the shot
dropped Is rulne.l hy this or by being
beaten out of shape In striking the water.
The only recently Improvement in mik
ing shot I* In driving it Ida -1 of iced air
up the tube through which The shot falls
Thus a sorter fall will harden the shot;
but a* the chilled air Is .vwtly, the till
tower I* Just a* valuable as ever.
The holes In the colander do not regu
late the slxe of the shot absolutely, for
six or more sixes of rhot will often I*
secured from the same (touring More or
les shortening will make the drop*
larger or smaller through the same hole
Thus lead nearly pure will hold on longer
before falling and make larger droi
le ad with much shortening will drop rap
idly and thus form tiny |>-llet*. For the
very smallest tdr-lshot the 1.-ad Is heated
arid dropped from about two-thirds the
way up the tower
Twelve ton* of lead Is a day's pour
From this eight tone of perfect shot will
lie secured. As the pellets are lifted
from the bottom of the shot well they are
run through a machine filled with a mul
titude of round holes of different sites
which assort the shot, turning the Im
|e -I- I ■ - K '
Business Is Not l)suarrl!>
"Home say the shot business |* danger
ous." said Engineer Tracey, "but I have
been at work In this tower for thirty-one
years and I defy you to Hal a healthier
man. It I* (Ike painter's colic. Men take
tlie real disease over the bar und the
fumes from lead cause tt to develop. The
trace of arsenic Is so faint that I: would
hurt no one. There 1* an ancient country
eevslpt for bolts. You boll milk lo s
A TEXAS WONDER.
Mali's tirrst l*seovery.
One small bottle of Hall's Groat Dis
covery cure* all kidney and bladder tro*i*
oies, removsk gravel, curas diabstss. sent
mal emissions, we-k and lams back(.
iLsumaOim and all irregularities of tha
aloci* >a and biaddet in i<otn men aiui wc
uin. regLlaie o.OAkisr troubles in cbß
ui It not sold by your druggist will
be **ni b> tnsii on eceipt of li vn ania.
bottle is iso month* treatment, and win
cur* any a*e abo** mentioned Or. **•
W. Hail, n*-|e mai<ufa turcr. I* O. Box
. . . Lou • Mo Bead for tastlmoakiw
hold by ail and; ugg.trs and Hoiomous Cos.,
Dothen. Ala . July 13. ’W
Dr. K T\’ Hall. St Iswilit. Ma-Dwr
Hir p i ave been selling your T*-sa*
... | r two
year- an-i r* omm-n I It to uny on© cvlf-
I* ring with any kidney traub © a being
t/i** I.** *4l remedy we ever aold. Your a
truly. J. R. YOITNO.
handful of shot and drink It. It k a
dangerous receipt, as f*n© Is apt to >*'
poisoned The receipt is founded in roa
! •w• ver. a* It Is the ars**ntc that
cures th© boll The countrymen do no:
kiow this *r they roukt get the arsenic
pur© at drug store.
A hk* r© elpt I© th© one for n cold.
801 l a rifle charge of gunpowder in milk
mu) drink if. It uoikon a horrid me**
>ut (he Idea is to get the sulphur. Many
< new ."*t*t, to gel the ursenlc for their
A reporter the other day tolled up the
tower’% spiral stairway to th© very top.
all a lon*- It was ; lismal climb, for
dtist of *ge* lay d©**p on v©ry hand The
walls are spattered with lead, h high
wind m.d* th© structure swing gently.
At th© top on© could hear ns through u
megaphone Strang© noises from far be
low where ihe lead mill was groaning
over its huge crusts of tough dough A
fio k of gull- flew nearly against (he win
dovv* as they sped over from th© North
The view* was supero. and seemingly
imltbsh Far below the yard of the
Tomb* and the fatal place of the gallows
were to be seen ns distinctly as of yore
As th© visitor tut on th© dal* from which
tin* pt-He'S of dcah are poured the half
*©l©n< e was suddenly broken by .i loud
scream. H started half hoping to see
a ghost with which to embellish hi* story,
hut it was only th© wheel of a pulley over
head that ©ompailned ns the workmen tug
ged at rn rep© nearly two humlred feet
below Tre wind grew wilder, and the
tower swayed more and more Th© re
porter fett shiv ary. as if seated Inshle
the muscle of a cannon through which n
shell was about to be fired; so he climbed
Vtusy Men's l-elsarr.
From the London Ololie.
Some years ago a well-known lav
churchman, now deceased, wrote a letter
In the newspaper* asking busy men to
volunteer for ilte help of some overworked
olergym.n The writer tppeale.l, he snta.
only lo busy men, because he knew that
ll was useless to ask any others. The
seeming ptiraelox I* really verified by mo*'
men's experience. Work, of any kind,
breeds an appetite for work, while Hie
Idler hreomea inert- and more content wt h
hi* Idlen.ts. It la the reallv bu.<y man
who Is let*ai frequently hurtled ll*
knows that he has no time to be in a
hurry and has, therefore, learned The art
ot < .-onomtxlng moments, so as always to
have a few at command for an emerg
ency On the other hand, the man wite*"
time Is all his own. as the phraee go.*.
Is like u tnllltonalrw. wno ean always write
a big Cheek, hue has never a shilling In
hi* poeket lo pay for a cab. \Ye hat t all
read. Irt *h> Improving hooks put before
us In ottr youth, how harJ-workln* m-n
learned languages ma*?ered science*, or
a ompllsli'-rt great undertakings of erto
*ort or another by utilising odd half
hour*. They might have .tone a* well.
I>erhap*. If they had had nothing wltl-'h
thev were e-anpelled to do. but the habit
which had grown upon them of making
the most of minutes enabled them to get
trerr work out of a given period of time.
H Is often said that nobody onloys a
month's holiday like him who works all
the other eleven months of the twelve,
and busy worker* may take comfort from
the reflection lhat few nr.- able to turn
their leisure to the last account, either
for enjoyment or work except those who
i are obliged to economise It.
— , *
The okl age pension* bill ha* passed
all its stage* In the New South Walw
lieglsnitlve Council. The mcaaurc, which
W'l.i tuke .greet from Jar.. 1. procsk-* that
ail) lierson of good ctiarscler .nrer th
age of A"., who has contlniail) resided
for tw-o'y-rive year* In the colony, ahull
receive ft peunion of W per annum, except
where bit-bund and wife are both entitled
to a pension, in which .ut*<- they xvlll r* -
oelv>■ (ID 10s per annum To. |K-nsl.>n is
diminished by ti for every II of Income
po.seseed by the pensioners. The act
wilt Ik- administered by district board*
appointed by the Governor.
•TOP* THE rot;till tMt \\ tilt K a OFF
Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablet* cur* a
cold In one day. No cure, no pay. Brice
m’lkl.lL NOTH 108.
vTii.tiiM tv s i .stnKtTrtTkTr
for over a year from malaria. Bright *
disease and enlargement of th liver, I
came to Sttwanee Spring* ufler being con
fined In bed for five weeks, on the advice
of my doctor. 8. \V. Mlmms of Hylvants,
lia., who told me lhat the waters of Bu
*.tm>e Spring were the only cure for me.
My disease had advanced so rapidly that
when I arrived here, medicine* would do
me no good. After staying here three
weeks, and following Implicit Instruc
tions. 1 am entirely cured. I cannot say
enough for these waters, and will always
praise them In the highest, nnd would
certainly recommend anybody iifftlctcd as
i have been to go to Suwanee Springs ul
once. BRUNO PFEIFFER.
ALL YOi CAN DRINK FOR Dc AT
THE WAV TO tLEA.t t. 1 Itl’i'.TS.
Th* only way o get your carpets prop
erly taken up. cleaned ar.d taken car# of
for the summer. I* o turn the )ob over to
the District Messenger and Delivery Cos.
telephone 2. or call at 32 Montgomery
• tree! and they will make you an esti
mate on the coat of the work Price*
reasonable They also pack, move and
store furniture and pianos.
C H WEDLOCK. Sunt, and Mgr.
in.Mi* EXBCI III)
By the American Bonding and Trust
Company of Baltimore. Wo are author
ised to execute tocslly (immediately upon
application) all bond* In Judicial pro
reeding* in either the elate or United
Statee Courte. and of *dminUira!oro an.)
PEA RING A HULL. Agents.
Telephone HI. Provident Du tiding
The largest grower of Cut Flow
er*. and My Flowers ar* the Fin
est Grown. Btrong talk, but the
proof is easy—send me your order
JOHN 33 OLF,
Grower of Fine Cut Flowers.
One 10-Inch Htwam Shot Gun Fetal, 33
feet long, one Hill Oscillating Btim Nig
ger. 3 nnd 10-Inch cyclindera. only used
about thirty day*; on* Picket Machine
and one Keacy Guide; also a lot of Circu
lar Haw* from 15 lo 54 Inches diameter,
from the ml.) of H P. Bmati A Pro in
Emanuel county The above for sale by
VALE ROYAL MFG CO..
ri JVRRAL HVITtDUN*.
FLANNERY-Th* friends nd acquaint
ances of John Flannerv and hi son, John
McMkkon Fkcnnnry. ar© Invlt*d to att.-rwi
the funeral service* of th© bitter at th*
Cathedral of Hi John the Baptist, at 4
p m this day. Dec. Jl, 1900. Pleas© omit
MARTIN—The relatives and friends of
Mr. and Mrs. C C are requester
to attend the fun* ral of the latter from
the home. No. 10u Oglethorpe avenue,
east, this aftarnoon a4 l o’clock. Inter
ment of Eaurel Grove
SCHLEY—Th# relatives ami friends of
Mr. and Mrs W. II W Schley or© ln
vite*l to *4t(end th© funeral of th**lr daugh
ter, Maria, from their residence. ¥A Hun
t.rordon street, east, at 4 30 o’clock this
MVA>\ ill. FLORIDA A\D WRIT.
I.ll\ HtIiAVAY CO.
Annual Mrctlng f ktoeklialders.
Savannah, Oa.. Dec 15. i^dO.
Th© annual meeiing of the tockhol br*
of thla company will be held at the of
fices of the rompon. In th© city of •sa
vannah. On . on Wednesday. Jan 9
at 10 o’clock a m . for the election of
directors and the transaction of such ©;h'*r
busauaa oa may com© lefor© th© meet
ing. R. Ti SMITH. 80-ratary.
JtMTR (ill F.E%k.
Havannah. Oft,, D©c 31. 190 b.
Orders No 36-
Tha corps will assemble at the armory
this (Mondayl afternoon. In full uniform,
to pay the last tribute of resp©°t to our
lata auxiliary member, John McMahon
Fiannory The ©ompany wi.l lie formed
promptly at 3 o ck**k
P. F GLEASON, Captain
RPECTAL N OTIC KM.
RIFLE 4BR( IATION.
Savannah, Ga . Ike. 31, 1900
The annual contest for turkeyw nn.l
ahooilrur it live turkeys will t*e hll at
Avondale rung© on Tu©sde\. Jan. 1 1901
Shooting will commence et 10 o’clock a
The usual oyster roast, with accompanl
m©nts will b© provided.
Cars leave Bolion ,-treet every half
hour W G. AVirraN. Secretary
Office of Chatham Real Estate and Im
provement Company. I©c. 29. 19>*. The
Board of Directors have this day declared
a dividend of on* <kdar and fifty cents
ff 1 jO) per share on th© sto©k of ©acn A
ami B Series, payable on ami after the
sth day of January next.
Transfer books will l© cloeed until after
that date M .1 HOLoMONS.
fWrei.iry and Treasurer.
DIVIDEND KO. *k.
Southern Rank of the State of Georgia.
Savannah. Ga.. Dec. W. 19UG,
A oeml-annual dividend of three an I
one-half per cent <3H ier cent.) upon th©
. apltal stock of this bank has been de
clared. payable on and after Jan. 2 next.
The transfer books ar * closed until Jan
JAMES 3T LLIVAN. Cashier.
Southern Bank of the State of
Savannah, Ga.. I>ee. 3i. ISO*
The annua, ©lection for dlr©*tore for
this bank will be held at th© linking
house on Thursday morning. Jan. 10, 1901,
from 11 to 12 o'clock.
JAMES SULLIVAN. Cashier.
DIVIDEND TO. 22.
The Germania Bank,
Savannah Ga.. Dec. 30. 1909.
The directors of the OrrmanU Hark
have thi* day declared a semi-annual
dividend of three dollars per share, paya
ble on and after Jon. 2. 1901.
JODR M BOGAN, Cashier
UPKf I % L TOTH
All bills against th© Italian bark Mont©
Allegro 11. must be presented at our
office before 12 o'clock m. thl* day, or
payment thereof will lie debarred.
HTRACHAN a CO.. Consignee*.
Havannah. Ga . !>©c. 31 1909.
RPfCfTAL TOT I CM.
All bills agiiinst the Italian bark Al
tlllo Dapelo must Is* presentM at our
office before 12 o’clock m this day, or
payment thereof wl’J b© debarred.
riTKACHAN * CO.. Consignee*.
A<vnnt:.ih Ga . Dec. 31. lk)U.
Neither the master nor the agents of
th© German steamship Finnfennd Both©,
nmst©r. will be responsible for any debt*
contracted by th© craw.
J. E. MI NIB Sk 00.. Agents.
ui: ntve the kivf.xt
line of Box Paper. Perfumery. Pocket
book*. Lop Tablet*. Sclator* and Scis
sors Bets. Manicure Bets, Ladles' and
Oent*' Dressing Cases ever shown In
Please call early and leave your or
der* for HUYLBR’B CANDIES. In
basket*, boxes and packages.
HE A fix OF HOMES, HOTEL* ABU
Has tt ever occurred to you that nearly
one-half your life I* spent in bed? The
tnauree* I* the most abused article of
furniture, end should he well made end
of good, clean material: it should be pick
ed und cleansed at least once each three
years. We make new ones to order, and
have Improved machinery to cleanse and
pick old ones. Our mechanical work. Una
of ticking* and material for filling, first
clam. Medicated Steam Renovation of
Feathers Hair *tc
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND
Bell Phone 11 M- Ul Drayton.
■fecial noth m.
We are now giving epeclal attention to
house piloting, kalsomluliig and pa|ier
hanging, etc. With a corpa of only first
class workmen and a competent super-
Intedncnt we ran do your work promptly
and satisfactorily. Get our estimate on
anything In house decorating line and
ANDREW HANLEY CO.
Abstract* ol the tecorded land title* of
Savannah and Chatham county from tne
settlement of Georgia to date. Monty
loaned at low Infereal on city reol estate.
BECKETT A BECKETT.
m AMs PAMML tu t It Hanging!
We carry complete assortment of latest
style papers and employ only best artists
9ec our good* and gel our estimate be.
fore giving out your work. Our price* the
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO,.
Corner Drayton and Congreve.
IMPORTED A HER It 1K..8.
Old Family Oloroso. Spain; Burgun
dies, Port. Old Tawnev, Old Taragonu.
Oid Tom Gin. Old Bollard Gin, Krenctt
Cognac. Vintage UK. Rhine Wine. Clar
ets. quart* and pints Ail Imported.
Wuerxhurger Hof Braeu Beer on draught
and bottles GEORGE BECKMANN.
Phone 71* UHII Wtutaker St.
11l TITFMi ROTfCMK.
II FIN DF SIEGLEIDR
Present your friend on New
Year’s wifi a pretty Ht**rllng Sfil
v r Novelty a a souvenir of w hich
it may be said. ' This came over
from the last century." *■ auvo
it ppfirt line from which to s* lect.
Hunter & Van keuren.
143 ISlll! f'trr-t. Jrl>lr-.
IN EVERYBOOr’S MOJTH,
Begin tEie week right—
9t*FA I%L TOTK MR.
liHKI'.ITt ■< OT( If AYHIMCY.
Thl* celehraied famous old vatiol
Hlkhla.al Wht ky is imparted direct
from the dletlliery by u
Thl* Greer Scotch Whisky la
guaranteed to he buttled abroad
and Is ronsicned to us from Glas
gow, Kcotland. and ie in bond In
the United Slates Custom llousa In
This grand old Oner Scotch
Whisky Is beautifully mellow and
mild In a degree ,na I, ...fl In the
points as one could possibly wish,
and there is s nuttlness about U
that la especially pleasing.
We sre glnd to let 'he public pur
chase as small quan lty as they
wtah. even one hot lie. for the pur
pose of Introducing the best brand
of Scotch whisky extant
I.lppman * Block.
Role Agents for the Greer Distil
leries, Glasgow. Scotland, and Dub
lin. Ireland, tor their Sca cb and
Irish Whlaklas. t
A LAATIYU HIIMEYIRM\Y< E FOR
A HOLIDAY GIFT.
Solid Gold Spectacle litfl
Solid Gold Eyeglass *OO
Gold Flllo.l ■peclacia * M
Gold Filled Eyeglass S.M
Aluminum Eyeglass i.*>
Aluminum Spectacle I M
The above price* Include tha
very heat lenses made. The par
ty who receives thm c*n have
their eyes examined nnd glasses
changed to suit within one year
Free of Charge.
DM. at. M'HIYAD A ROY,
47 iiuii street.
City of Savannah On..
Office Clerk of Council. Pee. I, I**'-
Th- following ordinance- are publish"'!
for the Information of all cotic-me I
WILLIAM P BAILEY.
Clerk of Council.
An ordinance to t**rmlt the firing of rtf
crackert* and fireworks during the Christ
mas holidays as herein provided.
Section 1. Be It ordained by the Mayor
and Aldermen of the city of Savannah, in
Council assembled. That the firing of fire
cracker* and fireworks ta hereby te rmlt
ted In the city of Savannah on Id'.erty
street and south of Liberty street (cx ept
on Bull street north of the parade ground)
from Dec. 2t to Jen. 1. both Inclusive, and
the ordinance heretofore passed on this
subject is amended accordingly. Exc-p
as herein provided, firing of fireworks
and firecracker* In the city of Savann th
Is forbidden under penalties of existing
Bee. 2. That the firing of llrccrack. rs or
fireworks In from or Into Forsyth Park
Is hereby forbidden under the said penal
Bee 3. That all ordinance* and parts of
ordinances In conflict with this ordinance
are hereby repealed.
Ordinance pass**! De- IS. 1>37.
An ordinance to permit Innfires In the
Park Extension or par .de ground during
the Christmas boll.la)
Bet-tlon 1. Be it ordalt " ! by the Mayor
and Aldermen of the e(ty of Savannah, In
Council assembled. Tout the building of
bonfires In the Park Extension or parade
ground. Iront Deo. 2t to J in. 1, Iwth in
clusive. is hereby allow -.1.
He.-. 2, That all o-'dlnaii . an I parts of
ordinances In conflict with thl- ordinance
are hereby repealed.
Ordinance passed Dec 15. 1837.
BID* U INTER.
City of Ravannah. Offl.-e Director of
Public Works. Bivannuh, Ga.. Dec. ;7,
IWo.—Bid* will Ik. received at this offl.s
until Monday. Dec. 31. )Wi at 11 o'clock
neon, city time, for furnishing "f I d *
follows No. 1 Timothy hay. p-r up
pounds; boat quality feed bran, p r !>n
pounds, best quality corn. |-r bushel-
Issst quality mixed a ,ts To he weighed
at the etty lot. Enve|o|K-s to he mtrke]
"Rid* for Feed " The city reserve* the
right to rojeet any or all bids in,)* to b(<
opened In the preseh. e of bidders.
GBO M. GADSDEN. Director.
PHOPHBAI.B it tvrr.n.
City of Savannah. Office Director of
Public Works. Savannah. Oa . Dec j?
1!M)-Healed pre-.osuls will be received
this office until Monday, Dec 31 ;<*-)
12 o'dock noon, city time. l 0 furnish the
Bnvannab with supplies until j an
31. IKU All proposal* must be made on
ofilclal forms, which can lie secured at
this office on and after this date Kn
veto...- to la- marked 'Propoaal* for Bute
p.le.- The City rrserv. a the right to le
ft' 4 ° r •“*>• Rida to be opened In
th* presence of bidders u m
GBO. M. GtADBDEN, Dlmctor.
THE CHATHAM BANK.
C*. li. Ki.l.iS, Vic. i'in),| n .
JNO R DJLXON. ( .a.litfr
UAHKUN t AHTKR. A*t. Ch., r
Kull. il, th H.-counl* of InUl virt'..,,
firm, tank.-, a-aorliillorw ai„| Wlm ' '
I.ib* r-\ I favora to rorr.-
Mia link*. , our un,urta*a<l faoillt
for ruilcctlrK inrurr (.rompt ruturn.
nt'VS ANK HKUfji FORKION pv
rUANUE, WRITER LETTKRH V'u
CliEniT AM> IKKII RANK MO\> v
ORDEfU) I'AYAHU: IN A 1.1. I- Ar n
Intrrrat romivxin.lMl quartrrly nn ,u
pnMl In the K A VINOS HEPARTMF.NT
Sifuty Drpoait Roxa and Vault* ,
The Citizens Bank
Tran.aci, a Uea.ral Ranking
kollclla Arranal, of lafU.i.i,,,,
Nrrrkaati, Ilanka and other c,r,J
Collrctlona bnndlrd with aafrt,.
rronomy and tlUpnlrli
Interest, con* pounded quarterly,
allowed nn drpoalla In oar lartn,.
Aafrt, llrpn.lt Hoara and atoras.
DR ANTI. EY A. DENMARK, Prraldrat.
M11.1.U 11, I, AYE, A ten I‘rratdrat.
OEOHOBC. PRKEttAN, (aahtrr.
OORDOY L. liROOVBM, A.at. Caahlr,
ol till dirt l© ol Gtorgtal.
Surplus anil undivlritl proflta u,i „
DEPOSITORY OK THK STATIC (if
Puprr.or fa-lllti. for trat ,artli *
Unurr.l Htiiimng biialne,,
, li. < tioni a ...j, ~i* ,i t poiatta*
acca.lbl. .hroush i..,nk and banka.,
Arceunl, of Ranks. Hankfra. U.ruham,
and otntr, aollcited. Safe Orpoali Boxer
Department of Savlr.jra. Interest payab...
Sierltnir Esrhantfe on Dondon H
JOHN KI.A.VNKRY. Prreldent.
Hoiiace CRANE. Vice President.
JAMES SULLIVAN, raehler.
JNO. FT.ANNERY WM W GORDON
E A WEI I. W W OOROON Jr.
H A CRANE. JOHN M EOAN
I,EE ROV MYERS JOSEPH FERST
II T KMART CHARI.ES EI.MS
EDWARD Krr.T.Y JOHN J KIRRY
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided prollti W.'Or
TMa bank offers (t* eervleea to corpora
tion, trier hanls an 1 Individuals.
Hat; Kiilhorlty t act as eaecutor. ad
mlnlatrator K'lardlsin, e^.
Issues drafts on the prtnripnl eltlea In
Great Ilrltaln and Ireland and on ,h*
Interest p.rl-1 or compounded quarter'?
on Jeters It- In the R .vlnas DepaOmen'.
Rafety hoses for rent.
HENRY Rl.l'N. President.
GEO W TTEDEMAN Vice President
JOHN M HOGAN Coshler.
WAI.TER F. HOGAN Asa’t Cashier.
Sllll H S M ft
Account* of hanks, merchants, corpora,
ttons and individual* solicited.
Savings Department, interest paid quar
I Safety Boxes and Storage Vault* for
Collections mad* on all point* at rea
Drafts sold on all th* chief cities of th
a orld. j at
JOSEPH D. WEED. President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice President.
W. F McCAULEY. Cashier
j No. two. Chartered IW*.
tell Nil Si
| (APITAL. b. uril.Ua llUO.tMt
UNITED BTATES DEPOSITORY.
1. A. O CARSON. ITesldcnt
IEIRNE GORDON, Vice President
V M DAVANT. Caehler.
kcconnt* of hanks and bankers, m*r
chnt* and corporations received upon
th most favorab'a terms consiatent with
are nnd eoner at'v.. banking.
1£ GEORGIA STATE
LILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
15 YORK STREET. WEST.
■ PER CENT, per annum allowed on
o leposlts, withdrawable on demand.
Interest credited quarterly.
6 T-.R CENT, pvt annum allowed oa
lep. sit* <>f even bundreda, wtlhdraw
tble at annual periods.
010 W. TIKI'EM AN. Prestd nl.
B. H. LEVY, Vice President.
E.W. BFI.L. Secretary
C.G ANDERSON. JR. Treasurer
fo tom Piste
Fe enle, a Forralth Kowspaper FoM<-r:
will aid iKPt 27*U It lln good order,
price j;CO. It cost originally 11,100. but
• bvw no uoa (or It and want the room
It Oil be an Invaluable adjunct lo eOT
The Chatham Real Estate
3d Improvement Cos.
To flake Loans
On Reasonable Terms.
CITY #' SA \ AV.MII pocitKT MAIN
50 CENTS EACH.
FfcarKA I.T TWO CO I,OICE.
KKKI.T DUI'ID IK CI,OTH WB
STA.I-K.il ik <iol.lt OK mob.
For (ale fey
tin morkikq srvi