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SOUTH GEORGIA DEMOCRATS.
FEEL THAT THEY AWE ENTITLED
They Will Go to tlie Mote Conven
tion in Force anil Will l re Iln
ron anil Brantley for Oelesateo at
La rue to Kansas Cl ty —>leetl n
Held In Ornnauli'k at Which
Plans W ere Decided I pon-W liat
Judge “went Sayo.
Brunswick. Ga . June 11.—There was a
meeting of the prominent Democrats of
the Eleventh district in Glynn county
to-day. personally and by proxy repre
sentatives from every county being pres
The meeting was preeldcd over by Judge
Joel L. Sweat, and was for the purpose
of organizing and promulgating to the
Democrat** of the state, the claims of
South Georgia, to recognition In the elec
tion of delegates from the state at large,
to the National Convention, and proposing
that Georgia’s delegation In the House
and Senate, be recognised by the naming
of Senator A. O. Bacon and Congress
man W. G. Brantley.
Among those at the meeting to-day.
were J. 1.. Sweat. L. A. Wilson, S. IV.
Hitch. John C McDonald. John T. Meyers
of Ware, F. W. Dart and R A. Hen
dricks of Coffee. E. P id N. I
Holland of Appling. D. M. Park of
Wayne. R. O. Dickerson of Clinch. A. B
Estes of Pierce. W M. Orliff of Charlton,
end D. P. Rose of Camden.
“The object of our meeting." eaid Chair
man Sweat, “was to call attention to the
fact that, out of all the ntnuf mention' 1
as delegates to the convention from the
state at targe, not once has a South Geor
gia man been included, except when
Chairman dußignon’s name was proposed
and he promptly declined.
“In other states it ha also been tie
rule to name some om> from the state’s
representative* in lx>th Houses of Con
gress. but not once here has such a name
been proposed by Georgians. It was the
•erne of the meeting that South Georg! i
whould r>e recognized, and that at the s;jme
time, the representatives should be rec
ognized by the -ippointmentF of Congress
man Brantley from the Eleventh district,
and Senator Bacon, as two of the four
delegates from the state at large, to Kan
sas City. In line with such resolutions,
a strong delegation will go from South
Georgia to participate in the convention s
work, and demand recognition for thiis
end of the state."
GAS PLANT CAIGHT FIRE.
Harron Escape From Merlons Blaze
at Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville, Fla., June 11.—This city was
thrown into a fever of excitement this
morning when it was discovered that the
building owmed by the Gainesville Gas
Company was on fire.
The fire department, under Thief McAr
thur, promptly responded, and soon had
the flames under control, but It took
some hard fighting, for when the Are boys
reached the scene of the conflagration,
the entire roof of the building, which Is
a two-story one, was a sea of flame, and
tt began to look as though the whole
thing would go up in smoko.
Soon after water was thrown, however,
the flames began to give way and the
department came out victorious, though
the building was pretty badly damaged.
The machinery used for making gas was
unharmed and will be in good running
order in the course of a few days.
The loss to the company will probably
reach SBOO, with insurance enough to more
than repair it and put it in better condi
tion than before the fire. It is a streak
of luck for the city that the fire was
not a loss to it. for the City Council
had been negotiating for the purchase
of the plant and the bargain was made,
except passing the papers, which most
likely would have been done in a day or
#o As it Is, Mrs. \V. B. Goodwin, owner
of the plant, will have to bear the loss,
if any, but it is not likely that she will
lose anything, as the insurance will fully
TRIED TO KILL ALL THE CHEW.
Penman's Bloody Work on the
Italian Bark Pletn.
Pensacola. Fla., June 11.—As a result of
an effort by Seaman Raffael Pisano last
night, to exterminate the crew of the Ital
ian bark Pieta in port here. First Mate
G. Scot to. died at noon to-day in St. An
thony's Hospital, from a stab he re
ceived from Pisano, and the latter is not
expected to live.
Capt. Mazzella and a seaman wore also
■wounded. The captain received stab
in the chest, and the latter's hands were
badly cut. Pisano was shot by Sootto
after the latter had been stabbed. After
returning from shore leave, Pieano at
tacked the first one he met on the Pieta,
who happened to be Mate Scot to.
TRAIN DISPATC HERS TO MEET.
Association Will Hold Annnnl Ses
sion In Atlanta.
Atlanta, June 11.—The Train Dispatch
ers’ Association of America will meet In
annual session here to-mot row. Two hun
dred delegates are expected. The con
vention will be called to order by Presi
dent F. N. Schultz of Garrett, Ind. The
convention will probably remain in ses
sion three days.
Many important questions relating to
frs'n rules and the movement of trains
will come up for discussion.
The organization is national in its scope
and recruits its membership from every
rtate in the Union.
Many delegates and the officers of the
association arrived here to-day.
COCKTAIL KILLED YOUNG BOY.
He Drnnk Over Half n Pint and the
Effect* Were Fatal.
Atlanta. June 11.—Little Herbert Spitz,
the 3 year 4 months’ old son of Mrs. K.
Spitz, who lives at 167 Ivy street, died
to-day from drinking over h half of a pint
bottle of cocktail. The little fellow was
left alone in Ids mother’s room, and he
secured a pint bottle of cocktail from the
mashstand and drank nearly all that w is
in the bottle Only a very little had been
previously used out of the bottle which
was a full pint He fell Immediately to
• >ep but when lie awoke, went into con
vulsions that ended in his death.
\ t ounterfeiter Sentenced.
Atlanta. June 11.—Because he tried to
raise a $1 bill to ten dollars, Joseph C.
McEver* will serve three years in the
l nlted States penitentiary. The attempt
at raising the figure was rather crude,
arid McEvers* persistency In trying to
pass it on one merchant raised a sus
picion, and he was taken in charge by
the federal authorities. He was sentenced
I’ll*** Cured Without tlc* Knife.
Itching:, blind, bleeding or protruding
pile*. No cure, no pay. Ail druggists
are authorized by the manufacturers of
Pazo Pile Ointment to refund the money
where It fails to cure any case of piles,
no matter of how long standing. Cure*
ordinary cases in six days; the worst
cases In fourteen days. One application
Hrfvefi ease and rest. Relieves itching; in
stantly. This is anew discovery, and is
the only pile remedy sold on a positive
guarantee; no cure, no pay. Price. .Vjc
If your druggist don’t keep it j n stock,
send us BOc in postage stamps, and we
will forward same by mail. Manufac
tured by Paris Medicine Company. Bt.
Lout a. Mo, manufacturers of laxative
Bromo-Quinlne and Grove’s Tasteless
44 Actions of the Just
The fragrance of life is
vigor and strength, neither of
which can be found in a per
son whose blood is impure,
and whose every breath
speaks of internal troubles.
Hood's Sarsaparilla purtfies.
vitalizes and enriches the
blood, gives a good appetite
and makes the weak strong.
Run Down "My husband -was njn
do*wn in health and all fired out. Those
eicellenl medicines. Hood's Pills and Sarsa
parilla, built him up again. Mrs. H. L.
M ■*Wr\ l. Toqutnds. Pa.
i Tj ju
H<x<4 a Pill* rore liter Uln.tr>* non Irrttattajt >nl
im\j *-*1 harttc to Uk* witli Hood a Ssr—panlU
COM HI NED MISSION WORK.
Itnptist C hnrclies to Concentrate
Atlanta. June 11.—The state secretaries
of the Baptist State Mission Board,
throughout the Southern states, will be
here to-morrow for the annual conference
with the Home Mission Board of the
Southern Baptist Convention. Rev. W.
\V. Landrum. D. L>., president of th
Home Mission Board, will preside.
The members of the home hoard will
near and consider the plans of the secre
taries. The most interesting subject to
be discussed, w v ill be the new century
movement. This contemplates a more
effective organization of more than ]B,iOo
Baptist churches, with the view of in
creasing their contributions io missions
and education at home and abroad.
The point at issue seems to b* that here
tofore each state lias managed its own
missionary work through its own organ
ized channels. The change proposed is
that the Committee on Co-operation of the
Southern Baptist Convention should elicit,
combine and direct ail the contributions
of Southern Baptists without regard to
Great importance is attached to set
tlement of this question. The state sec
retaries of the Home Mission boards of
Alabama, Arkansas, District of Colum
bia. Florida. Georgia, Indian Territory,
Kentucky. Louisiana, Maryland. .Missis
sippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Okla
homa. South Carolina, Tennessee. Texa-s
and Virginia, are expected to l>o present.
FIGHT OVER SCHOOL ROOKS.
%tollior Question That Will Come
Ip In the Convention.
Atlanta. June 11.—The effort to inject
the local option plank in the slate Demo
cratic platform next Thursday Is not go
ing to be the only thing to precipitate a
hot fight in the convention. It is assert
ed equally as positive as in the case of
the local option fight that a plank will
be offered committing the party to a uni
form system of text books throughout the
state. This will prove as much a fire
brand as the local option idea, so the del
egates who come to Atlanta Thursday
may look out for lively times.
It is urged against the uniform text
hook system that it creates a monopoly
In the school books, and that it is a Pop
ulist plank. The proposition will be
Through Joseph Richardson, chairman
of the Southeastern Passenger Associa
tion, Vice Chairman Brown has secured a
rate of one fare for the round trip.
Tickets will be sold June 12 and June 13
and for trains scheduled to arrive in At
lanta prior to noon of June 14. The
final limit of the tickets will be Saturday
night, June 16.
LARGE SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Virginia Bench Property nought by
n Stock Company.
Norfolk, Va., June 11.—On Saturday a
contract was signed in Philadelphia con
summating the largest transfer of real
estate that has occurred in this section
for many years. Practically the entire
Virginia Beach property passed from the
hands of the Norfolk and Southern Rail
road Company into the possession of n
stock company composed of capitalists
from Philadelphia and Atlantic City.
The property comprises 1.300 acres, in
cluding the entire holdings of the railway
company, the whole tract of land extend
ing from the life-saving station to the
Virginia Beach, with the exception of
o-ne or two very small plats, and the
Princess Anne Hotel, having been the
property of the Norfolk and Southern, is,
of course, included in the transfer. The
price paid was $125*000. The capital stock
of the new company is $500,000.
XBW COTTON SEED Oil. flbb.
An Enterprise With l.srge Capital
Started In ClmrlcMton.
Charleston. S. C.. June 11.—Contracts
have been awarded the Buckeye lion and
Brass Company of Dayton. Ohio, for tlie
machinery for anew cotton need oil mill,
to be erected here.
Work on the plant will begin at once, as
it is proposed to handle this year’s busi
ness. The mill will have a capacity of
120 tons per day. and will be under the
general direction of Mr. A. C. Me Pall, a
mill man of wide experience. It Is not
known Just yet who Is behind the under
taking, but those in a |>ositlon to know
what they arc talking of say the enter
prise is backed by unlimited capital.
DI AMOND Ql KEN’S* SBC RET.
She mill Her IliiNlinnil Enemies Fif
teen 1 en rs.
From the Philadelphia Record.
New York, June 7.—The case of Lynch
vs. Lynch, in the Eighth District civil
Court, to-day developed the remarkable
fact that for fifteen years Mrs. Theresa
Lynch, the "Queen of Diamonds," and her
husband. John Lynch, Itvcd in their home,
No. 2<>S West Thirty-fourth street and in
all that time not a single word passed be
t ween them.
Mr. Lynch was removed from the house
on Friday last to Amityville, L. 1., where
lie was placed In a private asylum.
Mrs. Lynch, who is reputed to lie worth
several millions, has for nearly half :
century been prominently identified with
the diamond trade in this city. Only her
most intimate friends knew of the exist
ence of Mr. Lynch. He lived for the most
inirt the life of a recluse.
Mrs. Lynch’s lawyer explained to-day
the cause of the long alienee which ex
isted between the woman and her agedd
Fp to 1887, Lynch was n partner with
Mrs. Lynch In the diamond business on
I’nion Square. For several years prior to
l&sr, Mr. and Mrs. Lynch disagreed be
• nuse of the husband's expensive habits.
Finally, when Ills conviviality threatened
• o destroy the business the i<o-partnershjp
Mr Lynch was given an allowance and
did as lie pleased. The four sons and
daughter were friendly with both parents,
hut no reconciliation between husband and
wife was ever effected
THE MORNING NEWS; TUESDAY. JUNE 12. 1900.
THE EMORY COMMENCEMENT.
Strong. Sermon l> Blho|> Morrison,
Emory College. Oxford, fia.. June 11.—
The commencement sermon of Emory
College was preached yesterday by
JJishop H. C. .Morrison of Louisville, Ky..
,n th* presence of a large congregation.
The chapel-church was filled to its utmost
capacity. Quite a crowd ame down from
Atlanta for the express purpose of hear
ing the serm n. The music rendered by
the large choir was excell-, nt and appro
Bishop Morrison announced as h's sub
ject, essentials to true manhood,”
and took his text “Take heed unto thy
self.” from Timothy.
The sermon was one the greatest ever
heard in Oxford and was greatly enjoy
ed by the large audience. It was replete
with sound wisdom and good advice to
the members of the graduating class.
In the evening the sermon was pr ach
ed by Dr. W. C. Lovett of Atlanta, as
sociate edi or of the Wesleyan Christian
The beard of trustees have elected
Gram land Murray as adjunct professor
of mathematics. Evening chapel has
been abolished and henepforth only one
j rayer service a day will be held./
This morning at ten occurred the
sophomoe 'amation contest at which
time the following spoke: Hunley Ab
bott. of Macon; J. Leßoy Duncan, of At
lanta; James \V. Hitch, of Waycross; F.
K. Jenkins, of Shiloh; H. Warner Mar
tin, of Atlanta; G. Arthur Meyers, of At
lanta; Norman C. Porr. of West Point;
John E. Ooaser, of Washington, Ga.;
Bohert H. Timmons, of Atlanta; Theo
phllus T. Turnbull, of Monticello, Fla.;
Paul R. Turner, of (’edartown; Thomas
Henry Wade, of Columbus. Ga.
NEGROES BOYCOTTED C ARS.
Refused to Hide In Rome—Vice Con
sul to SciiKfipore.
Rome. Ga.. June 11.—The negro popula
tion of Rome has boycotted the electric
street railway cars because of an order
Issued to make them occupy the rear seats
of the car while white people sat on the
front seats. It is said thar the negro
preachers, from their pulpits, have advised
the negroes not to ride. Sunday is gen
erally a great day here for negroes to
ride, hut none were seen on the cars.
('apt. A. B. Smosely. who has been an
pointed vice consul to Singapore and
whose wife owns the Georgia, the official
organ of the Federation of Women’s:
Clubs, has not yet disposed of the paper.
Until the paper is disposed of they will
not decide on the time of their departure.
Jiklro Candler nt Quitman.
Quitman. Ga., June 11.—The adjourned
May term of Brooks county Superior
Court convened here this morning, with
Judge John S. Candler, of the Stone
Mountain circuit, presiding. Thrive will
not be any great number of criminal
cases to be tried.
FINER A E INVITATIONS.
O’KEEFE—The relatives and friends of
Mr. and Mrs. James O'Keefe are invited
to attend the funeral of their infant son,
Joseph, froffi No. 24 Habersham street, at
4 o'clock this afternoon.
A.NCIEVr LAKDMAUK LODGE NO.
2*31, F. A A. M.
A regular communication will be A
held at Masonic TVmp!*' this (Tues XX
day) evening at 8:30 o'clock.
Tne F. C. degree will be conferred.
Members- of sister lodges are invitfd o
ROBT. M. HITCH. W. M.
JXO. 'S. HAINES. Secretary.
DE KALB LODGE KO. 8, I. o. O. F.
A regular meeting of the lodge will be
held this evening at 8.30 o'clock at Met
Visiting brethren and member* of sis
ter lodges are cordially Invited to attend.
C. H. DOP.SETT, N. G.
W. W. GRtfSS, Secretary.
SAVANNAH LODGE Alt. 183, B. P. O.
ELKS. ' 1
A regular meeting of this lodge will be
held this (Tuesday) evening at S:3O o'clock
at Elks' Hall. Visiting brothers are cor
dially Invited to attend.
There will be an initiation.
J. J KIRBY, E. R.
L. J. MAXWELL. Secretary.
Southern Bank of the State of Georgia.
Savannah, (la,, May 29, I9fjo
A meeting of the stockholders of this
bank will be held at the Banking House
in this city on Wednesday. June 20 proxi
mo. a,t 11 o'clock a. m.. to take action in
regard to renewal of charter of the Bank
which will expire In October, next.
By order of the Board.
The petit jurors of the City Court ted
not appear until Wednesday, June 13, ISO.
at 10 a. m.
By order of the Hon. Thos M. No wood,
Judge. WARING RUSSELL. JR.,
has returned to the city.
TAX RETURNS 1800.
The tax digest for 1800 will positively be
closed on Saturday. 16th Inst., at 2 p. ni.,
when all persons who fail to make re
turn according to law will be entered In
default .and double taxed. AH r r l and
persona) property must be returned as
held on February 1. 1900.
Office hours, 9 a. m. to 2 p m.
J NO. R. DILLON
lb. T. R., C. C., Ga.
THE CITI/.F-NS BANK OK SAVANNAH
Savannah. Ga., June 8, 1900.
The annual election for directors to man
age the affairs of The Citizens Bank of
Savannah for the ensuing year will he
held at the bank on Tuesday. 12th Inst.,
between the hours of 11 and 1 o'clock.
GEO. C. FRUKMAN. Cashier.
THE WOMAN'S EXCHANGE.
This morning from 10 to 12 noon
MISS JENNIE COHEN. Dcmora'rator.
French Fried Potatoes.
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 for their cooks
will apply for cards at the office of the
TUB WAN TO CLEAN CARPETS."
The only way tc get your carpets prop,
erly taken up. cleaned and taken care of
for the summer is to turn the Job over to
the District Messenger and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2. or call at 32 Montgomery
street, and they will make you an esti
mate or. the coat of the work. Pike*
reasonable They also pack, move and
•tore furniture and planoe.
' ' C. H MEDLOCK. Bupt. *IXI Mgr.
' c A*MENf 5 *
is ideal for summer wear because
of its extremely light weight and
construction which provides a ready
means of escape for perspiration
and the vapors arising from the
heated body, These properties
make “Aertex” Cellular Under
wear the most comfortable and
Illustrated catalogue with prices supplied
“ AKHTEX ” CELLULAR I'NDER
WEAIt wear* mnch better than any
other line notv on the market, and
the price* are within reneh of al
um* t everybody.
For sale by
B. H. LEVY & BRO.
Dinner 1 to 3 and 6 to 9. Tuesday, Jure 12
Little Neck Clams on the half shell.
Black Fish, Parsley Sauce
Potatoes ala Duche-ee
Sliced Tomatoes with French Dressing
Chow Chow Mixed Pickles
Ribs of New York Beef, Dish Gravy.
Squash, with Dressing
Deviled Crabs, d’Orleans
Boston Baked Beans
New Potatoes Mashed Squashes
Rice Candied Yams
PASTRY AND DESSERT. .
Vanila Custard Pi* Assorted Cakes
Cheese Crackers Fruits
Umon Water Ice French Coffee
At LEV'AN’S CAFE RESTAURANT,
111 Congress street, west.
BISCUITS AND CRACKERS.
ATTRACTIVE, CRISP AND DAINTY.
This is a large and prominent depart
ment in our business. We handle a greai
variety, all of which can be relfid on as
Try our delightful Snaps at 10c prr
A. M. & C. W. WEST.
YOU WILL save;
TEX PFR CENT.
By paying yoar bills on or be*
foro the 15th Inst.
B. H. LEVY A BRO.
BUY ONLY THE BEST GINGER ALE.
The best is the Wheeler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale, made by Wheeler & Cos.,
of Belfast, Ireland, from the celebrated
Cromac Springs of that city. These
springs are the property of Wheeler &
Cos., hence no other Ginger Ale manufac
turer in Ireland has those waters but
themselves. The Wheeler Ginger Ale is
made from pure Jamaica Ginger Root and
not from Red Pepper, 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.
6ole Southern Agents, Savannah, Ga.
M ALT ME % n
On draught, ice cold, drawn di.ect from
ISO >DS EXECL TKD
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 State*
courtF. and of administrators end
DEARING & HULL. Agents.
Telephone 324. Provident Buitaing.
LARGE WAREHOUSE AIVU
to rent, located head of Broughton
street, on West Broad, now occu
pied by the Savannah Carriage and
Wagon Cos. As they will give up
business in the city on June l, i offer
It for rent from that date
H. P SMART.
One of our clients has placed In our
hands $25,000 to loan on good Savannah
real estate at reasonable rates of Interest
BECKETT & BECKETT.
24 President street, east.
WOLF'S FLOWERS AT CONIDA'S.
I have arranged with Paul Conlda to
carry at hla Bull street store at all times
a full supply of Fresh Cut Flowers. He
will also take orders for Designs or any
apecial order for special occasions.
Telephone No. 597.
DR. H. H. .MARTIN,
7 Jones Street,, West.
Practice limited to diseases of eye, ear.
nose and throat.
Hours—9 to 1. 4 to 6. and by appoint
ment, • > -v . .
PALMER HARDWARE CO.,
Bay and Jefferson Streets,
Up to Dote Hardware.
The most complete line of Builders’ Hardware in
rnrr demonstration rnrr
rHrr ah the week, H-frr
I I ILL JUNE 11 tola 3 SILL
Beginning Monday morning and concluding Sat
urday night, Mrs. Rees will demonstrate the cele
. : VAN KAMP:.
BAKED BHA,'SS, SOUPS (all sorts), VhGETABLCS (all sorts),
CANNED MEATS (all sorts), C ANNED GAME (all sorts).
The ladies of Savannah, whether our customers
or not, are respectfully invited to attend. •
Phone 554. Duffy and Drayton streets.
WE ARE ABLE & READY
TO PLEASE YOU.
Savannah Steam Laundry Go,,
II Congress Street, West, Phone 383.
i be smoked freely,
illion of them, Mr.
J. PINKOSSOII S Cl
206 Bay Street, VV'est.
BONDI X LEDEREH
Makers, New Tork.
all prefer the justly celebrated
It is an unexcelled Java and Mo
cha, selected right, parched right,
mixed right and handled right.
SPECIAL ATTENTION i* invited
to the fact that this Coffee, in tins,
is packed and pealed while hot from
the roaster, thus preserving the ex
In 2-11 cans 75c.
in bulk, per lb., 35c,
Or 3-lbs. for SI.
The S. W. Branch Cos.,
Corner Broughton and Whitaker.
Both Phones 76.
Just the thing for picnics, maroons,
excursions, and summer.
A glass of the finest and purest soda
water can be made in one minute.
A full supply at
Congress street and Bull Street Branch
Two new beautiful launches.
One 16-foot 1-horse power, seat3 8 per
One 25-loot 4-horse power, seats 16 per
These are the “Ideal” gentleman's
launch, built by the Racine Boat Cos. of
Racine, VVis., and used at all the fuus
and exhibitions in the Western stales.
Starts In a minute. No fire, no smoke,
no dirt, and full trial given on these
handsome launches. Apply to
LI PPM AN BROTHERS.
Agents for Racine, Boats.
MANTELS, GRATES NAD TILING.
We have the largest stock, prettiest de
signs, lowest prices. Call and examine
our before buying. Beautify your new
house with pret'.y mantels.
ANDREW HANLEY COMPANY.
PLASTERERS* AND MAHONS* SLP
Cement, Lime, Plaster. Hair and River
Sand. Prompt delivery. Reasonable
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO.,
Corner Drayton and Congiesa.
, Phone 519, r' * >
A FI VE ECU I PAGE.
Such not only attracts admirinjr atten
tion. but affords its owner comfort nn.|
satisfaction. When you want n carriage,
you want it to be easy riding and supplied
nith all tue modern appliances for safety,
speed and comfort. Such are the Babcock]
B roc ft w.i y, Studebaker and Woodhull ve:
hicics. Kvr: y one strictly guaranteed.
COHEN-K t LiM A X < 'AKRIAGB AND
Broughton and West Bio,id streets.
Moigtin & Wiight’s Rubber Tires.
You Don't Take it
When you buy at this store. Otr
guarantee la hack of every article.
And we tell you positively that wo
are In a position lo meet competition
from any quarter, and beat most of
No 1 teller lime to buy diamonds!
than the present.
Hunter & Van Keuren,
Jewelers. 143 Bull street.
307 Bull Stteet. Telephone 709.
OLD NEWSPAPERS, JOO for 2S cema, M
Dullness Office Morning New*
LEOPOLD ADLER. c. 8. Kr.T.r*
Freeldent. Vice President
W. F. M'CAtTLET. Cashier.
Will be pleased to receive the account*
of Merchants, Firms, Individuals, Bank,
liberal favors extended.
Unsurpassed collection faculties, lnstr •
ins prompt returns.
Sep irate Savings Department
IMEUKST CtAU'l>bAl>Jlii> ulun.
tebly on deposits.
Safety Deposit Box,* and Vault, fee
rent. Correspondence solicited.
THE GERMANIA BANK
£ ap i lta !* $300,0 U
Undivided profits 60,0wi
1 iiii. tank oilers ita services to corpora
tions, merchants and individuals.
Has authority to act as executor, ad
ministrator, guardian, etc.
Issues drafts on the pxlncipa! cltlea i*
Great Britain and Ireland and on the
Interest paid or compounded quarterly
on deposits in the Saving Department*
Safely Boxes for rent.
HENRY BLUN. President.
GEO. W. TIEDEMAN, Vice President.
JOHN M. HOGAN. Cashier.
WALTER F. HOGAN. Ass’t Cashier.
Tr „ CAPITAL, 5500,000.
trau...., - .
bulfcii. Account, of Individuals,
Merchant,, Bunk, and other Corpo.
Collections handled with safety,
economy and dispatch.
Interest compounded Quarterly
nlloned on deposits In onr Savins.
Safety Deposit Boxes and Stora*.
BRANTLEY A. DENMARK. President.
MILLS B. LANE. Vice President.
GEORGE C. FREEMAN, Cashier.
GORDON L. GROOVER. Asst. Cashier.
of the State of Georgia.
Surplus and undivided profits—...—5358,00 q
JJEx'GtiiXOAY OF TiilsJ bTATK O*'
Superior facilities tor transacting a
General ±5 an King business.
Collections made on all points ’
accessible through nanus and bankers
Accounts or liaiiiTei a, >iercni.nta
and others solicited. t>afe Deposit Boxes
Department cf Savings, interest payable
Sells Stearllng Exchange on London Cl
JOHN FLANNERY. President.
HORACE A. CRANE, Vice President
JAMES SULTJVAN. Cashier.
JNO. FLANNERY. WM. W. GORDON.
E. A. WEIL. W. W. GORDON. Jr.
H. A. CRANE. JOHN M. EGAN.
LEE ROY MYERS. JO9EPH FERST.
H. P. SMART. CHARLES ELLIfIL
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J. KIRBY.
ini tel SSI a
Accounts of banks, merchants, corpora
tions and Individuals solicited.
Savings Department, Interest paid
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaults for
Collections made on all points at rea
Drafts sold on all the chief cities of the
Correspondence Invited. * :
JOSEPH D. WEED. President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND, Vice President.
No. IMB. Chartered, 1862
Mils 111 1 It
CAPITAL, $500,009. SURPLUS. $100,009.
L'.Niihb aI’ATES DEPOSITORY.
J. A. G. CARSON, President.
BEIRNE GORDON, Vice President.
W. M. DAVANT, Cashier.
Accounts of banka and bankers, mer
chants and corporations received upon
the most favorable terms consistent with
eafe and conservative banking.
Oue lot ."Dillu ou Tenth utrect,
One oi fiOxl.s on Ninth street*
Prices lower, than anythin? *l**
in the nei^bboriiood, and terms very
Both lots near the Eighth Street
C. H. non SETT.
IT Jam Piste
For sale, a Forsaith Newspaper Folder;
will fold sheet 27x12. It Is In good order.
Trice SIOO. It cost originally $l,lOO, but
we have no use for .lt and want the room
It will be an Invaluable adjunct to any
Boiler for Sals,
We have sold the Engine and Dynamo
advertised some weeks since, but still
have the 40-horse power Boiler. Will
•ell it for slOl, delivered it any railroad
depot In Savannah. The boiler Is In good
shape, and would not be sold had it not
to be taken out to make room.
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