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BOTH fJAVE BEEN INDICTED.
TBIB *£,!,* %G A Ilf ST COFFMAN
AM) LANDAI ER.
Formfr P/eildfnt nml General Man*
* a*' r o f Vonflicrn Afrrlonlta re
Warka 1 Ranted in Atlanta—(hnrg
f A WIH Cheatlnff and Snindllne
and t —Roth \re Ana y
From tl\e City—Fight Over Trnnl
teeshlp of Defnnrt Concern.
Atltima, J*me 7.—A. p fs darn
of the SoiitWrn Agricultural Works, end
E. G. Coffman, general manage.', were
indicted by the Fulton county gran3 jury
Both men vt out of the city. Landauer
Ui reported to be in Milwaukee. He le't
Atlanta Apl fl If), the day the Southern
Agricultural Works failed.
Coffmon was last seen in Atlanta Tues
day. May 28. He is charged whh embez
zling $2,500 of the company s money.
Londoner Al charged In the lr. diet men l
with being a common cheat ard swinllrr.
A warm f) fht has sprung up over the
•election of * trustee. The election has
been set by Referee Percy H. Adams for
S o’clock ne) t Thursday afternoon. Tm
bankrupt concern and creditors, friendly
to it. are iruvking a determined effort to
elect Samuel Thanhouser trustee. Tne
other creditors are warmly advocating
George W. Parrott, who te now in charge
of affairs as receiver. Mr. Thanhouser
was urged for receiver at the time of Mr.
Porotta appointment; objections were
nAade to Mr. Thanhouser. on the ground
that he was related to A. Landauer. pres
ident of the defunct concern. Mr. Than
houser’S son married a niece of Mr.
CONFESSED HAM THEFTS.
Yoathfnl Rnrglnr Wae Given Five
Ver In Penitentiary .
Tift6n. Ga , June 7.—An instance of
early depravity developed at the present
•esSlOn of Berrien Superior Court. On
Monday night of last week, the general
merchandise store of Fisher Paulk at
Alapaha. was burglarized, the thief mak
ing an entrance by breoking in the rear
window Search was instituted and sus
picion pointed to a young white man. by
th£ name of Jesse Smith. And Sunday he
was arrested at Drew A McNeil’s tur
pentine camp, in Irwin county by Messrs
Ben Drew And George Fletcher
As soon os he was arrested Smith con
fessed the crime, and told where six of
the nine pistols he hAd stolen were buried
In a stump hole. He had sold two more
revolvers, the money for which ho re
turned and had the ninth pistol in his
Besides confessing this buglarv. he
also told about breaking into the store of
Mr. Bessoms at Alapaha a few days pre
vl6uw and stealing s7.<V> in cash and a lot
of canned goods. The canned goods were
found in the furnace a* the Alapaha gin
nery. Another confession was lhat he
broke into the drug store of Dr. Moore at
Alapaha and stole a lot of patent medi
cines. all of which he claims to have
Smith s proper name is Emery Pendle
ton, and it is said hi* brother shot an
Atlanta policeman two years ngo. He
pleded guilty to burglary, and was given
five years in the state penitentiary.
BAILIFF BULKY INDICTED.
With Wilfully Prrnillltns
it Convict to Etpape.
Atlanta. June 7.-B;tlll(T J. B Bailey,
**ho was in charge of Bill Hcwa 6 when
Howard escaped Saturday afternoon vtjas
to-day indicted by the grand jury “'or vol
untarily permitting an escape. Bailey iv
Placed in charge of the prisoner at the
Criminal Court room. Howard had just
beet) sentenced to a term of five years for
perjury. On the way to the jail from the
oourt house Howard succeeded In gal ling
his freedom. Bailey being very stout could
not run as fast as his prisoner. He h and
The warrant to' Batley has not yet been
served. Sheriff Nelms said this afternoon
that When he heard from BaUry the bailiff
was in Macon on the trail of the fug live.
The punishment for voluntary escape is
frond two to seven years.
HE IS. COMING TO SAVANNAH.
Commissioner Stevens to Inspect
the Trnek Burma.
Atlanta, June 7.—Commissioner of
Agriculture Stevens has called
mass meeting of the people of the
counties of Fannin. Gillme., Union
Murray and Rabun, to meet at B'uerilge
on June IS. when the vexing cattle quar
antine question will be again discussed.
Commissioner Stevens says he w.ll l av.
immediately after that meeting for Sa
vannah. where he wdll spend several days
inspecting the truck gardens aid vege
table farms around Savannah.
BREWERS OOYirLAIN OF T\\.
gold That the Trade Is StiiKgrrlnn
Tndrr the Burden
Atlantic City. N. J.. June 7.—The forilMh
annual convention of the United States
Brewers' Association met a; the llotd
Rudolph yesterday. President Kudo ph
Brand of Chicago called the session to
order. He said the tax burden imposed by
Congress was so great that the trade was
ataggering to destitution and some meant
must be found to remote It of the Impo
sition or otherwise, he implied, a catas
trophe was Imminent.
The total number of barrels cf hrer
brewed last year was 38..V51.114. showing
a decrease of 912,182 since the year be ore.
St MTER COt IS TVS PRIMARY.
Judge Speer, the Ordinary. Defeated
hy T. M. Allen.
Amerleue. Ga., June 7.—The primary
election to-day for county officers of Sum
ter. was the most spirited for many years,
tftere being thirty candidates for the
eeveral offices and committeemen. All
the Incumbents except Ordinary Speer and
Coroner Duckworth were renominated,
though some others had exceedingly hard
work to hold their positions. Judge
Speer, who was for sixteen years Judge
of the Court of Ordinary, was defeated
by T. M. Allen. E. 1,. Bell, deputy
sheriff, wgs elected sheriff by a lorg
vote. Intense local interest was mani
EDI H PRISONERS ESt APED.
Bars of a Steel Cell Were Sawed at
Madison. Fia.. June 7.—A Jail delivery
took place here last night, and of seven
prisoners four escaped. Two, A. J. Reg
ister and Pink Tindall, were charged with
The bars of the steel cage were found
nawed asunder and a large hole was m !e
in the brick wall. Tha discovery of the
escape was not made until this morning
•Indite Overstreet's Funeral.
I TJfton, Ga.. June 7.—The Masontc fun
■ r*i of th late Judge J. W Overstreet
’Was one of the largest ever held | n this
sseetoc. it was st old Ty Ty Church, sev
en miles, out frtm T.fton, ard nearly 1 sou
people were In attendance Special tialns
were tun from TILon and Moultrie In
the Tifton and Moultrie Railway.
The Best Prescription for Malaria,
Chills and Fev.r, Is a bottl* of Grove's
liltaSK. Ton * c ’ U • •'"'Pi! Iran
VtiZFty ,orm No cur *
in the history of modern remedies. It creates
| solid flesh, muscle and strength, clears the AT AjcCSA
brain, makes the blood pure and rich, and I watcu H
causes a general feeling of health, power I f
and marly vigor. Within three days after I H
\ taking the first dose you notice the return of I I
> the ° and vim, snap and energy you have jy / ■ 1 [fF. 4 jJS
counted as lost forever; while a continued, J M
judicious use causes an improvement y
both satisfactory and lasting. H
*", not a lne. butUnrr ■ * e H
pared direct f r°m the for.nula of E B ar . H c ■
ton Cleveland a moat eminent soeelalUt. bv ■ raqC & ■
I Hjalmer O. ftannon Ph D.. R. S. For nervous H ff Lw* ■
j prostration, overwork, nervous debility <>. th® ex- ■ v
1 7* un. tobacco or liquor Yt posiUv.;tf R VX I
I excelled One box will work wonders: R \
six should per fe C t cure .Vie t* a box H boxes for R Q
, Rr Ben le for sale by all live dr irststs or W/IfT >SB
?Aea’.ed. upon receipt of price aI- BTV
(feveland q rton Benson. 4Jar-Ben Bloei J*l £ j
j Get It Today I
DON'T LIKE THE ORDER.
Grocery men to Protect Against Snpt.
Ocean City Lodge.Knigh's of the Royal
Arch, representing the liquor interests
cf the ci*y, has taken up the matter of
the reent circular of General Superin
tendent D'n am of the Plant System,
calling upon the emp’oyes o' that system
t*> pledge themselv s against drinking and
o her forms of dissipation, including an
agrfemtnt not to enter any place where
liquor is sold.
The cTcular st I tly applies only to new
employes. but the general understanding
is that the company is desirous of hav
ing the older emp ryes sign as well. The
lodge t r ok the matter up at its meeting
last night Many cf ihe members of the
I<* dge are grorerymen. having bars at
tached to their places of business, and
their interpretation of the order is that.
If generally applied, it will debar any
of the employes of the Plant System from
dealing with any grocer who has a bar
attach and to his plic? of business. As there
is h good sized regiment of Plant Sys em
employes, and as their trade is quite de
sirable. the grocers do not like the j ros
peet of being debarred from pirtlclpa*ing
In this manner.
Taking this view of the matter the m et
ing decided to enter n vigorous props’
against the enforcement of any such o and r
by the company and a committee of five
was appointed to wait unon the officials
of the Plant System and to <a 1 upon
them to rescind the circular, or order, a?
they understand it. The committer In also
Instructed to rail upon the wholesale
dealers for the purpose of enlisting their
support in the movement. The commute*
consists of H K. Dresson, Charles Tonis
saint. William Bohan, F. W. (’ou t ticy
and \V. W. Starr.
Mr. Dreeson. in speaking of tie main r
last night, said (hat he circular wa=t
practically an order to the employ.*.-, nd
as such It was. in effect, a boycott upon
the large number of retail grocers who
have bars attached to their places tf busi
ness. This was unfair to the g-ocers. h ■
said, and he hod no doubt thn> th
wholesale grocers would give the retailer *
their support in this master. He intimmed
that if the Piant System officials persist
ed in the position which they have i.ak n
that the boycott might be placed on the
foi urn \ Film ft gr anted.
Rcbeccn Hells Riven gl,-70 Dam
aa’* tKdinut llrusell < oiiipnii y.
After .six hours of <irlibc r aticn the City
Court jury that has been endeavoring to
determine the rights and wrcnn cf
controversy hetween Rebecca Wei ■ and
the Brush Electric Light and Fewer Com
pany returned lasi night a verlict i r
11.7.71 in favor of the plaintiff.
When court was conven'd yesterday
morning Judge Norwood over-ruled the
motion that had been made by conn el for
the defendant to direct a verdict in ts
favor and the arguments to the j u-y, 0:1
the main issue, were made at one o . Jud.se
H. D. D. Twiggs pr-k' in behalf o r the
cause of the while Mr. A. U.
Wright and Hon. J. R. St ussy pr sen ted
tfWVTTTifIPhMon of the defendant. The ar
guments were interesting.
Marlow Wells, the husband of the p’ain
ti ff. for whose death she was suing th°
company, had been killed by a current
of electricity while stringing wires frchi
a fole to an adjoining house. During
Judge Twiggs' argument the thunder
storm of yesterday began to brew and as
he reached his peroration terrific flashes
of lightning were thrown athwart the sky.
Judge Twiggs seemed to become inspir
ed by these formidable manifestations of
the elements, for wi,h a virile touch he
described in pathetic periods the death
that had befallen WMl*. Ms erg urn tit
bed a visible effect on the Juiy. and doubt
less served to counterbalance the logicd
and simple anafTses of the facts in evi
dence that were made on lieholf of the
defendant by Messrs. Saussy find Wright
Judge Norwood’s charge to the jury was
delivered shortly after noon and w is ul a g
the lines of the charges delivered hy him
At the previous trials of the ca.*r. The v*-
diot that the jury returned is les- in
amount by $2,000 than any of the three
others previously rendered and bears upon
its face the patent indication? o' being
the result of a compromise among *lo
Jurors. The care will be carried prom;* Iv
to the Supreme Court bv counsel for the
1 APT. ( DA \\ NOTH IF.D.
Of Hi* Selection sin the Democratic
Nominee for the Senate.
A letter from Chairman W. L. Gigni liat,
of the committee appointed at tlie sena
torial convention to notify Hon. J. Ferris
Cann of his nomination by the district,
was received by the latter yesterday
morning. The letter was simply a formal
notification of Cflpf. Gann’s unanimous
choice by the convention, with an expres
sion of the writer’s personal pleasure in
During to-day Cup'. Cann will write his
letter of acceptance. In which he will out
line the policy he will pursue in Ills dis
charge of the'duties of the office to w hich
he has now been virtually elected. This
letter will be transmitted to Chairman
GlgniUiat In reply to the one sent by him.
The Ladies' Working Circle. No. 1. cf
the Seven!h Stree Methodist Church, un
der the direction of Mrs. James Jack o i
will give a unique entertainment t >t e
parsonage to-nigiit, consisting <f n ft dy
among objects representing some snmo •
paintings from the old masters, music ard
recitations. An admission of tcti ten s
I Will he charged The proceeds of this en
tertainment will be devoted to a worthy
‘.cause. Refreshment# -will be served.
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY. JUNE 8. 1900.
THEin IIIFITHD A \ DINNER.
Sen is of Ac* tern ns AAill telebrnfc*
Tnesrln> AAitli S|cecli and Song.
The annual bouquet of Francis S. Bear
tow (’amp of Sons of Confederate Veter
ans will rake place at Knights of Pythias
Hall on nexi Tuesd.iy evening. The ban
quet is given annually in celebration of
the birth and organization of the camp.
Commandant l*. H. McLatvs will act as
toastmasier at the banquet and will be
among those who will respond toasts.
Among others who will respond are Ad
jutant H. \J. Branch ond Historian Ed
win C. Ryals Mv. Robert. A. Smyth, of
Charleston, who is here in attendance
upon the yacht races was for two years
commander In chief of the general con
federation of Sons of Veterans and a
strong effort will be made to induce him
to remain in the city until Tuesday and
respond to on* 5 of the toasts. Lieutenant
Commander W . T. Dixon will sing some of
the Confederate ballads that have been in
the past among the most pleasing features
of the banquets of the Sons.
The arrangements for t!ie dinner have
been phKvVl In charge of a committee of
he camp, headed by Mr. Rogers Woods,
and n delightful entertainment is pro
mised. Among he guests will be the offi
cers of the two 10/ai camps of Confed
erate Veterans and other distinguished
former wearers of the gray.
DECISION FOR RAILROADS.
Juetiee Little S:>* Roads Alny Fix
Time Limits to Tickets.
A decision harder! down by Justice Lit
tle cf the Ge Supreme Court will be
interesting news to railway counsel.
The decision covers the right of the
railroad.- to affix a (ime limit to the time
in which ; ti k t shall be good and de
clares th .t i f a'ter Ih • exrlraticn of the
1 mit rf tme .pecllied on his t cket a nas
set'grr tvn ots the same f r his trans
poration ard for refusing to pay fare is
ejected in a decorous and proper manner
by the conductor, such ejection affords
no cat I fer a suit for damages against
I'm; At HKD ON **tl A I NG,”
Speefnl Services nt First l*resl> te
rinn < loe Tn-niglit.
Rev. Osgood F. Cook, pastor cf G;ac?
Methodist Church, preached la.*t right r.t
the s pee ini service at the First Presby
terian. Hi? subject was “Giving. ' Rev.
W. F. Watkins of the Christ!in Church
will preach to-night, when the spec'al ser
vices will be concluded. They ate hell
preliminary to n special thanks offering
to be made on Sunday.
Will be roused to its natural duties
and your biliousness, headache and
constipation be cured if you take
Sold by all druggists. , 25 cents.
C OOK I >(■ C L ASS
THE WOMAN’S EXCHANGE.
This morning from 10 to 12 noon
MISS JENNIE COHEN. Demot a rator.
Salad, with Mayonaise Sauce.
These demonstrations are free and are
held every Tuesday and Friday morn
ings from 10 to 12. commencing at 10
Menu changed each demonstration.
Ladies desiring admission lor their cooks
will apply fur cards at the office of the
ISOS US EXEC I TED
By the American Bonding and Trust Com
pany of Baltimore. We are authorized to
execute locally (immediately upon appli
cation). all bonds in judicial proceeding.*
in either the state or United States
courts. and of administrators r.nd
HEARING & HULL. Agents.
Telephone 324. Provident BulkJng.
DRKK, BRICK. BRICK.
Augusta brick nnd others. Good stock
on hand. Lowest prices, prompt delivery.
See our samples and prices before buying.
ANDREW HANLEY COMPANY.
PLASTERERS’ %M MASON# SIP
Cement, Lime. Plaster, Hair and River
Fand. Prompt delivery. Reasonable
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO..
Corner Drayton and Cong teas.
That attractive residence, No. 606 Dray
ton street, facing Forsyth Park. Fine
flower garden attached. Exceptional lo
Apply on premier*.
WOLE S bl ow ins IT ioniovv
I have arranged with I’tul ConUlA to
1 carry at his Bull street store at all time*
a full supply of Fresh Cut Flowsra. He
will also take orders for Designs or spy
special order for special occasions.
Telephone No. W
t'AUATI.AL COMMA.NUKHV NO. T.iv.l.
AUentico Sir Knigh’s A re<-
ular conclave of this c mma .and
e: y will be r.eld (P ri y> ev
ening .it your asylum Mi. one </•
Temple, at #:!5 o'clock.
Visiting Sir Knights are cordially invit
ed to attend. By order of
H. E. WILSON. Eminent Com.
W. S ftOCKWELU Recorder.
t OXFEDEH ATE VETERANS ASSO
CIATION OF SAVANNAH.
CAMP 756. V. C. V.
An adjourned meeting of the associa
tion will be he’d nt Confederate Hall
th's (Friday) evening a' 8:30 o'clock.
Delegates <o thts annual reunion U. C.
V. at Louisville, Ky . will report, and
ok her matter? of importance will be
brought before the meeting. By order of
ROBERT FALLIGANT. President.
WM. HARDEN. Aset. Secre.ary.
PAST CHANCELLORS* association
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
A reguiar meeting of this association
will be held at Castle Hall this (Friday)
evening 8:30. Members are earnestly re
quested to be present.
Business of importance.
CHARLES A. COX. President.
waring russell. JP... Secretary
GEORGIA MEDICAL SOCIETY.
There will be a special meeting of the
Georgia Medical Society <his (Friday)
evening nt 8:30 o’clock. By order
T. P. WARING. M. D., Peraident.
OH AS. B LANNEAU. M. D., Record
A public reception in honor of Rt. Rev.
Benjamin J. Kelley, D. D.. Bishop of Sa
vannah. will be held this afternoon n ihe
Cathedral (main floor) at 5 o'clock The
members of the Cathedral, St. Patrick's
and the Sacred Heart parishes, and all
friends of Bishop Kelley are cordially in
ched to be present.
The members of the Reception Commit
tee will please meek at the Bishop's resi
dence at 3:45 p. m.
Henry Blun. John Flannery.
William Kehoe John Lyons.
J. J. McDonough. Daniel Hogan.
J. E. Grady. Jeremiah Cronin.
J. J. McGowan. P. Barrett.
F. Hart. Thomas Nugent.
Dr. M. F. Dunn. Hugh Logan.
P. J. O'Connor. M. J. O’Leary.
M. J. Barrett. Lawrence Kelly.
C. F. Prendergast. J. F. Brooks.
J. R. Dillon. J. J. Horrigan.
Dinner 1 to 3 and 6 o 9. Friday, June 8.
Baked Clam Chowder.
R4d Snapper. Tomato Sauce.
Poratoes ala Hollandaise.
Sliced Toma<oes, Queen Olives.
Chow Chow. Mixed Pickles.
Ribs of New York Beef. Dish Gravy
Chicken, with Dressing.
Green Corn Fri'ter.-,' Maryland style.
, Mashed Potatoes, Siring Beans.
R’ce, Slewed Tomatoes.
Mashed Squashes. Sugar Corn.
PASTRY AND DESSERT. ,
Lemon Pi*. Assorted Cakes.
Cheese, Crackers. Fruits.
Sago Pudding. Wine Sauce.
At LEVAN'S CAFE RESTAURANT,
111 Congress street, west.
SPEK I \ L NOTICE.
The undersigned, wholesale dealers,
agree (o close their places of business on
Saturdays at l‘ p. m., beginning June 9,
ending Aug. 25:
M. FERST*S SONS & CO.
SAVANNAH GROCERY CO.
HENRY SOLOMON & SON.
A. LEFFLER COMPANY.
A. EHRLICH & BRO.
J. E. GRADY & SONS.
C. E. BTULTS & CO.
LEE ROY MYERS & CO.
A B. HULL & CO.
GEO. W. TIKI) KM AN
JAB. M. DIXON £ CO.
OFFICE COMMISSION lilV PI BLIC
Atlanta. Ga.. June 1, 1909.
Sealed proposals fo-r doing the public
printing (as prescribed in Section 1070 to
1076, Inclusive, of Volume 1, Code 1895.)
for the next ensuing two years will be
received at the office of 'he Secretary of
State in Atlanta. Ga.. for thirty days
from this date. All necessary forms and
blanks for making bids will be furnished
upon application to rhe Secretary of
State, Atlanta, Ga.
Secretary of State.
WM. A. WRIGHT,
W. J. SPEER.
gICHt nun ARD.
This amount ts continually po-tel for
the mortal who catches me napping with
a glass of beer over my counter that is
not strictly FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY
SENSE, and it Is the
TIVOLI. TOO, of the
GEORGIA BREWING ASSOCIATION.
Can you take this money?
Bay and Habersham.
Bt Y GAILY THE BEST GINGER ALE.
The best ts the Wheeler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale. made by Wheeler & Cos.,
of Belfast, Ireland, from the celebrated
Cromac Springs of that city, tnesa
springs are tne property of Wheeler &
Cos., hence no other Ginger Ale manufac
turer in'lreland has those waters but
themselves. Tha Wheeler Ginger Ale ts
made from pure Jamaica Ginger Root and
not from Red Fepper, as others are; one
is deleterious—the other is a tonic.
For Healthfulness and Purity the cele
brated Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ale is the best.
Sole Southern Agents. Savannah, Ga.
BEAL ESTATE AXII I.NSI n YNCt
We buy and eel! real estate, collect rents
and negotiate loans on same at 5 per cent.
Represent the Travelers' Insurante com
pany, accident and liability departments.
Represent the New York Underwriters
Fire Insurance Agency and the Phoenix
Mutual Life Insurance Company.
All business entrusted to us will he ap
preciated and will receive ptompt and
No. 27 Bay. east. Telephones 348.
W. C. FRIPP * CO.
THE WAY TO CLEAN CARPETS.
The only wsy te get yourvearpsts prop,
k'rly taken up. cleaned and taken care of
tor the summer ik to turn the Job over to
thg District Messenger and Delivery Cos.
telephone 2. or call at 2J Montgomery
•treet. and they will make you an estt
mete or; the coat of the work. Price*
' reasonable. They also pack, move and
edor* furniture end planou.
I MKDEOCK. upt- nnd Mgr.
LOOK INTO* THIS.
You can en)oy yoar fl 1/ \ llisjlj
vacation with a hUynh
QPPEINHEIMER.SLOAT <fe CO.’S.
ONCE A PATRON
ALWAYS A PATRON
Is the Invariable role at the
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West, Phone 383,
r the wire, bat when
satisfactory cigar buy
j. iron s co„
206 Bay Street, West.
Distributors, - Savannah, Gi.
BONDY & LEDERER,
Makers, New York.
FEBRUARY SALES... 38 BOTTLES. TRY IT.
MARCH SALES BOTTLES.
APRIL SALES 87 BOTTLES. 17 1 > A \]|7 9C
MAY SALES 127 BOTTLES. JT JA /it iN Ilk. 3
RHEUMATIC and CATARRH
IT WILL CURE WHEN ALL OTHERS FAIL. AT
LIVINGSTON’S for $1.50.
PHONES 293 and 382.
SI >1 tIKH DRINKS.
i. '3 - 1
niRC H ROOTBEER.
FRI IT SHRI BS,
A. M. A C . \\ . \A EST'S.
I LEAD, OTHERS FOLLOW.
In an issue cf the Morning News of a
few Sundays ago one of my “imitating”
competitors claims to handle “Moyer’s”
high grade vehicles.
I desire to inform the public that this
is a false statement as I am the agent,
t all and inspect them and if you want a
high grade vehicle you will take one.
820 Broughton street, west.
YOU YVILL SAVE
TF..Y PF.lt CENT.
Ry paying your Mile an nr be.
fore the 17,th fait.
1). H. LEVY 4t into.
LARGE YY.WIEIIOISE AND
to rent, located head of Brough ion
street, on West Broad, now , cou
pled by the Savannah Carriage and
Wagon Cos. As they will give up
business in the tl:y cn June i, I offer
It for rent from that dale
H. P. SMART.
One of our clients has placed in our
hands $23,000 to loan on good Savannah
real estate at reasonable rates of Interest
BECKETT & BECKETT.
24 President street, east.
Neither the master ndf consignees cf
the Italian steamship Citta di Messina.
Maaardo, master, will be responsible for
■ny debts contracted by crew of said
I J. F. MINIS ft CO., Consignees.
up to high standard always, is constantly
being added in in the newest of all thing?
made. Our Wedding Gift stock i? of a su
p-'-ior quan i y and quality of design, enab
ling our customers to give free vent to
their taste, which in smaller stocks, can
not be so satisfactorily exercised.
|t|l A full supply of
§|S C. P. CONNERY,
UOSt. Julian Street,Wes*.
Just the thrg for pl nics, maroons,
exci r-ior.R, a: and summer.
A glass cf the fines! ard purest soda
vrater ■ an hi made in one minute.
A full supply al
Congress street and Bull Street Branch
Two new beautiful launches.
One 16-iuOi 1-i.orse power, seats 8 per
One 25-foot 4-lloise power, seats 16 per
These arc the "Ideal'’ gentlemans
launch, built by the Racine Boat Cos. of
lta,me, XV is., and used at all me lair*
and exhibitions in the Western stales.
Starts in a minute. No fire, no smoke,
no dirt, and lull trial given on thes.
handsome launches. Apply t 6
Agents for Racine Boats.
on. h. ii. xiyrtin.
7 Jones Street, West.
Practice limited to diseases of eye, ear,
nose and throat.
Hours-® to 1, l to 8, and by appoint
CEOPOLIj AVLiER. c. 8. EUji
President. r vice Preside®*,
w. F. M CAULET. Cashier.
Will be pleased ;o receive the account*
of Merchants. Firms, Individual*. Ban ha.
liberal favors extended.
Unsurpassed collection facilities. In SOS.
Inc prompt returns
Separate Savings Department
IXTERBST COMPOVNOMO t)UAIU
TEHLV OS DEPOSIT*.
Safety Deposit Boxes and Vaults fee
rent Correspondence solicited.
THE GERMANIA BANK
aA VANN AH, UA.
r a P<b>> SXQ.M
Undivided profits <*ooo
ibis bank oners its services to corpora,
t.ons, merchants and Individuals.
Has authority to act as executor, ad.
trlnlstrator, guardian, etc.
Issues drafts cn the principal cities !a
Great Britain and Ireland and on th.
Interest paid or compounded quarterly
on deposits In the Saving Department.
Safety Boxes for rent.
HENRY BLUN. President.
GEO. W TIEDEMAN. Vice President.
JOHN M HOGAN. Cashier.
WALTER F. HOGAN. Ass t Cashier.
Tiie Citizens Bank
Tea CAPITAL, $500,000.
11 mi. .. -.an Via*
Solicits Accounts of Individuals,
Merchant., Banks and other Corps,
Collections handled with safety,
economy and <ll.patch.
Interest componnded quarterly
■ Honed On deposits In our Savloce
Safety Deposit Boxes and Storaca
BRANTLEY A. DENMARK, Proldea*
MILLS B. LANE, Vice President.
GEORGE C. FREEMAN. Cashier.
GORDON L. GHOOVER, Asst. Cashier,
of the Slate of Georgia.
Surplus and undivided profits—..oo*
DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE OF
Superior facilities lor transacting a
General Banking Business.
Collections made on all points ~~
accessible through Hants and bankers
Accounts of Bunks, Bankers, Merchants
snd others solicited. Safe Deposit Boxes
Department of Savings, Interest payable
Sells Btearllng Exchange on London 4
JOHN FLANNERY. President
HORACE A. CRANE. Vice President
JAMES SULLIVAN. Cashier.
JNO. FLANNERY. WM. W. GORDON.
E. A. W EIL. W. W. GORDON, Jr.
H A. CRANE. JOHN M EGAN.
LEE ROY MYERS. JOSEPH FERST.
H P. SMART. CHARLES ELLIS.
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J. KIRBY
Mill I Mil
Accounts of banks, merchants, corpora
tions and individuals solicited.
Savings Department, interest paid
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaults far
Collections made on all points at rea
Drafts sold on all the chief cities of th*
Correspondence Invited. i j
JOSEPH D. W EED. President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND, Vico President
No. lUO, Chartered, inti
HllS Mill it
CAPITAL, $500,000. SURPLUS. SIOO,OOI
U.NniaD STATES DEPOSITORY.
J. A. G. CARSON, President.
BEIKNE GORDON, Vice President,
W. M. DAVANT, Cashier.
Accounts of banka and bankers, mer
chants and corporations received upoa
the most favorable terme consistent with
safe and conservative banking.
One lot 30x123 on Tenth street*
One int -kOx 123 on Mntli street*
Price* lower than anything else
iu the neighborhood* and terms very
Both lots near the Eighth Street
C. n. BOR SETT.
To Wm IS
For sale, a Forsalth Newspaper Folder;
will fold sheet Z,xU. It ts In good order.
Price SIOO. It cost originally $l,lOO, but
we have no uee lor It and want the room
It will be an Invaluable adjunct to any
Boiler for Sale.
We have sold the Engine and Dynamo
advertised some weeke alnoe. but etlll
have the 40-horse power Boiler. Will
cell It for $:. (Je lvered at any railroad
depot In Savannah. The boiler le In good
ahape, ar.d would not be sold had It not
to be taken out to make rotrit.
The Morning IS^ws,
""if you want good Haterial
and work, order your Uthoißphed end
printed stationery and biankß.->.,k3 from
Morning New., Savannah, CtH