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CRAMER KILLED HIMSELF.
COMMITTKD 91IOIDE AFTER DIS
MISSAL FROM ARMY.
Ur Wn* an Officer In (hr Philippine*
Bnt Was Conrttnnrllalrd and Dl
mlnnl-Hr Wa* Well Known lu
hrorgl* flat Ins Been In the Sen■*-
pnper Bnnlnenn lu Georvia —Mnn-
ner of Hl* Death Wa* Not Stated.
Atlanta, June 21.—A letter received in
the city by O. I* Qresham from Mal.tbon.
Philippine Islands, reports the death of
Robert B. Cramer, formerly of Atlanta.
The letter is from Calvin Holmes, an
Atlanta boy who is a member of the
Twenty-ninth Rrglment. Holmes saya
that Kramer killed himself soon after he
was and smiss and from the army after a trial
Cramer teas formerly on the Atlanta
Constitution, and was well known In At
The communication was dated May 7,
but did not state the time nor manner of
NAKED MAN nCNMN'G LOOSE.
Hr Wa* Caught and Jailed by a
Youds Negro Preacher.
Colquitt. Ga., June 21.—0n Tuesday last
a negro found a naked whit© man. about
SO years of ege, roaming over the woeids
in the southern part of this county, alone.
The negro was frightened, and would
not approach him. He Informed the ne
groes what h ehad discovered. They all
thought It must be a "hard." Parties of
whites and blacks have searched for him
until to-day he was captured by Thomas
Toung. a negro preacher. Young found
bim naked and crazy, not even knowing
his name nor where he was from.
Young gave him some old clothes, shoes
and an old hat and brought him to Col
quitt, where he delivered him to the au
thorities. He is about four feet ten inches
in htght. weighing about 122 pounds, has
very long red hair and red beard of about
two or three months - growth. He will not
talk, but mutters, sits and stands very
erect, with head thrown back, has large
sparkling eves and remains quiet all the
time. He was placed in jail by the sher
iff this afternoon, where he will remain
until some action can be taken as to his
YOI'NG BAPTISTS' OFFICERS.
Convention Decided to Meet Neat In
Rome and Not Savannah.
Atlanta. June 21.—The Baptist Young
People's Convention to-day elected the fol
lowing officers: President. M. L. Brittain,
Atlanta; first vice president, George W.
Macoh, Macon; second vice president,
Chas. H. Davis, Columbus; third vice
president. A. A. Meyer. Savannah; secre
tary. W. W. Orr, Atlanta; treasurer. J.
M. Moore. Macon. Executive Committee,
Dr. R. Vandeventer, Savannah; J. J.
Whitfield. Hawklnevllle; W. W. Gaines,
Atlanta; J. \V. Little, Atlanta; J. J. Ben
nett, Atlanta; J. W. Graham, Macon; P.
H. Itichol, Griffin.
Chairman Gilmore, of the committee on
time and place to select the next meeting
place of the union, reported in favor of
Savannah, but the convention by, 107 to
*O, substituted Rome.
CHESTNUT TRIED FOR MI'RDER.
Charged With Killing; Will Walsh.
His lloon Companion.
Columbus, Ga., June 21.—The case of
the state against Fred Chestnut, charged
with the murder of Will Walsh, which
has been on trial in the Superior Court
for the past three days, was given to the
jury at 7 o'clock 10-nlght, and at a late
hour no verdict had been rendered. Chest
nut and Walsh were boon companions and
shortly after taking a drink together rne
night a few weeks ago, Walsh was shot
and killed by Chestnut, who pleads arif
defense. The feature of the testimony ■ n
the part of the state was to prove Walsh
was left handed, whereas the knife was
found in his right hand as he lay deid,
the theory of the state being that the
knife was placed in Walsh's hand after
he had been killed.
GOING TO KANSAS CITY.
Miot Georgia Democrats Will At
tend the Convention.
Atlanta, June 21.—A1l arrangements have
been made for the Georgia delegation to
go to the Kansas City Convention. The
trip will be over the Western and Atlantic,
Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Goals,
Louisville and Nashville, and Burlington
route. The train will leave Atlanta Sun
day night, July 1. al 8:30 o'clock.
Prominent Democrats from Macon, Au
gusta, Savannah, Columbus. Albany,
Gainesville and other point* will Join the
Atlanta delegation here. It is expected
that 100 Democrats, Including delegates,
will go from this state.
MOTORS! A N WAS ARRESTED.
He Ran the Car Which Struck and
injured Dr. Broughton.
Atlanta, June 21.—W. H. Haney, the mo
torman of the car which waa responsible
for the injuries of Rev. Len G. Brough
ton, was arrested to-day. The charges
against Haney is entered on the police
blotter. "Reckless running of a trolley
car." Dr. Broughton was in • carriage
with Miss Kate Irby on the evening of
June 18, driving along Whitehall. In front
of No. 403 the carriage was struck by a
trolley car and Dr. Broughton and MIS3
Irby were thrown out. Dr. Broughton be
ing painfully hurt.
DID NOT EAT TOADSTOOLS.
Report Srnt Out About Sf mitor 11a
raa fl Crrontog*.
Macon. Ga . June 21—The dispatch re
cently sent out to the effect that Senator
Bacon had been poisoned, and made ill
by eating toadstools, mistaking them for
mushrooms. Is without foundation. Sen
ator Bacon was then absent from home,
and has just returned. With the excep
tion of his accident In Washington last
winter, he has not been ill from any cause
in years, and was never In better health
than at present.
hoaro'a Body Fonnil.
Columbus, Ga . June 21 —The headWss
body of a negro was found In the river
this afternoon just above the city. The
body contained many bullet holes. It was
that of the negro caught In the room of
Mr. Hug-no Almonds’ daughter two weeks
ago. The prisoner was taken away from
an officer by a mob and hit body sunk in
Columbus Conning Factory.
Cdumbus. Ga., June 21.—The Williams
Manufacturing Company will put a can
nery In cpera’ion here In two weeks wt h
a capacity of a thousand bushels of fruit
dally. The compmy propjses to build sev
eral large canneries by another season
and make Columbus a canning center to
Woman’s Preu Club.
Atlanta. June 21.—The Woman's Pre
Club elected the following officers to-day:
President, Mrs. William King; first vice
president Miss Rosa Wojrjberry; second
vice president. Miss Mary E. Bryan: sec
eefary, Mis. Carrie S. Muhony; treasurer,
Mrt. A. p. Penn: corresponding secretary,
Miss Junla .McKinley,
Editor Fatally Slabbed. 4
~T o* *e. Ga.. June 21.—Editor Focrtpr of
P?* T°'>°* Record, was fatally rM*>bed
Local Editor Saftord thie tnorrlnM
A STRIKE IS THREATENED.
Longshoremen at Darien Are De
manding More Wage*.
Darien, Ga., June 21.—The timbermen
of Darien are threatened with a strike
which may assume large proportions. The
longshoremen employed in loading vessels
at Sop,do Island, have been notified by,
the colored laborers working under them,
(hat the latter will demand an Increase in
wages, which amounts to over 30 per cent.
The men are paid now from J 2 to It for
a day of ten hours. The new demand
is for 13 to $5 for a day of eight hours.
There are about 300 of these hands, and
it appears that they have formed some
kind of a union, whether ono' of the na
tional unions or not, no one seems to
know. The Increase asked for is consid
ered outrageous by the timber merchants,
and they deelare that they are not eon
sidering the proposition with any view of
meeting the demands of the men. The
sailings vessels In port, and soon
to arrive, can he loaded with the help
of the. sailors. The steamships, however,
will be harder to handle, and unless out
side labor can be procured, they may be
delayed until the strike can lie settled.
The census enumerators for :hie county
have about completed their work, but us
they are not allowed to give any informa
tion to the public, no idea of the popula
tion has been given out.
The Darien Golf Club has a
membership of about twenty-five.
The committee is doing its work
well and the. links are now in very
good shape. A club house will be built
end everything will soon be tn shipshape
for the reception of the Savannah Club
It is the Intention of the Darien golfeiß to
have the Savannah boys with them as ear
ly as possible.
The entertainment given under the au>*
pices and for the benefit of the King a
Daughters at the Courthouse Tuesday
night was wet! attended. The evening
was greatly enjoyed by the audience and
a neat sum was realized from the admis
sion fees and sale of refreshments.
The handsome new Presbyterian Church
will be completed within tha next few
weeks. The Presbyterians have been
without a house of worship since last
July, when the church was destroyed by
fire. They are using the Methodist Church
until their new edifice Is completed.
COTTON SPINNERS* ACTION.
They Will Try to Check the Recent
Decline In Price*.
Charlotte. N. C.. June 21.—A meeting of
the Board of Governors of the Southern
Cotton Spinners’ Association was held
here to-day. The. following resolutions
were unanimously adopted;
■'The Board of Governors of the South
ern Cotton Spinners’ Association having
duly considered the present condition of
the market, and having been Informed
from reliable sources that thire is no glut
in the market, in fact from the best tn
formadon obtainable that there Is only
one month's supply cf production upon the
market, can see no reason for the unusual
decline in prices offered for yarn produc
“The Board of Governors are of the
opinion that this great and sudden de
cline In prices is unwarranted and not
justified by the present condition of trade.
Yout board ot governors are of the opin
ion that the only way to meet and contend
successfully with such a condition is by
a thorough organization among yourselves
for the mutual protection of your several
interests. They would further recommend
that you take Into serious consideration
the advisability of establishing houses in
the prtnclual cities, under your own man
agement, for the purpose of handling your
production and thus do away with the ne
cessity of the middlemen who at present
not only handle the productions of your
mills, but fix the prices and make yarn
“That a commllttee of five be appointed
to consider what measures are necessary
to carry this recommendation into effect
and report to a subsequent meeting of the
Board of Governors.”
HANDLEY'S WILL HOLDS GOOD.
Cousins Contested It Rut Did Not
Get the Money.
Philadelphia, June 21.—Judge Gray, In
the United States Circuit Court of Ap
peals, to-day affirmed the deolsio of the
lower court sustaining the will of the late
Judge John Handley, the Scranton, Pa.,
He was the owner of considerable rea
estate In Scranton and coal and timber
lands in the South. He was ariached to
the city of Winchester, Va„ near Welch
place he fought many battles in the Civil
War. He left 1250,000 for a public libra y
for that city, and several other bequests
In and around Scranton.
The residue of his estate he left to the
city of Winchester for twenty years, the
Income to be paid out and expended in
that city for the erection of schoolhousos
for the education of the poor. This re
siduary involved about 8500,010
Judge Handley left no relatives nearer
than first cousins, who lived in various
parts of the United States and Ireland.
By them the will was contested. It was
urged for them that the residuary clause
Is invalid, because the city of Winchester,
a municipal corporation, has not the legal
capacity to take, the estate, because the
beneficiary and the objects and purpe ea
of the trust are uncertain, and because the
subject of th# residuary bequest is also
YALE 15j HARVARD 5.
Great College Game Not tu Doubt
After Fifth Inning.
Cambridge, Mass., June 21—Ten thous
and people saw Harvard defeated by Yale
an Soldiers' field in a bail game which war
never in doubt after the fifth inning The
Y'ale team batted two Harvard pitchers
out of the box and played much better in
the field than their opponents. The Harv
vard team seemed to lack spirit from the
moment Yale scored her first run. Score:
It H E.
Yale .4 1 0 0 2 3 5 0 o—ls 18 4
Harvard 0 03110000-575
Batterles-eßobertson and Hlrsch; Still
man, Kenian, McDonald, Reid and Milne,
Liverpool Cotton Statistics.
Liverpool, June 22.—Weekly cotton sta
tistics: Total sales of nil kinds, 51,000;
sales, American, 44.000. English spinners
takings, 55,000. Total export. 12,000, Im
port of all kinds. 19.000; Import, American,
12.000. Stock of all kinds. 484,000; Ameri
can, 360.000; quantity afloat, all kinds. 49,-
090; American. 43,00). Total sales on spec
ulation 400. Total sales to exporters 1,500.
Salt Against Flagler Went Over.
New York, June 21.—The hearing in the
West Chester County Supreme Court at
White Pla'ns In the suit of JohnjH. Mal
den against Henry M. Flagler, of the
Standard Oil Company, lo recover $18,968,
out of which sum he c alms he was dr
f auded in a sale if standard ell stick,
was postponed until to-morrow.
Washington. June 21.—The American In
stliute of Homeopathy this forenoon se
lected Niagara Falls as the place for the
next meeting. Dr. H R. Stout of Jack
sonville, Fla., was appointed chairman of
the section of sanitary science for the en
Just before retiring. If your liver ii
sluggish, out of tune and you feel dull,
bilious, constipated, take a dose ot
And you’ll be U right In the morning.
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY. JUNE 22. 1900.
LANE HAS WITHDRAWN.
•Convention - * Arflon Nullifies Hl*
Huntsville, Ala., June 21—The section of
the Republican National Credentials Com
mittee. in making William Vaughan chair
man of the Alabama Executive Committee
over the contest of Julian Bingham nulli
fies the state ticket headed by Charles T.
Lane of this city, recently nominated by
the Bingham faction. Mr. Lane, who was
the candidate for Governor consequently
withdrew this evening.
The Best Prescription for Malaria,
Chills and Fever, is a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply Iron
and quinine In a tasteless form. No' cure
—no pay. Price 60c —ad.
'"sTRICKLAND-The Relatives and
friends of 11. O. Strickland and Z. L.
Strickland and family are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral of the for
mer, from 309 Henry street, west, at 4
o’clock this (Friday) afternoon.
All petit Jurors are hereby discharged
until Monday morning next.
By order of His Honor Judge Falligant.
JAMES K. P. CARR,
Clerk S. C„ C. C. C„ Ga.
Savannah Bank and Trust Cos.,
Savannah, Ga., June 21, 1900.
A semi-annual dividend of 13.00 per
share has been declared on the capital
stock of this bank, payable on and after
July 2. 1900. to stockholders as of record
this date. The transfer books are closed
until July 2. D. C. CARSON,
DIVIDEND NO. 21.
The Germania Bank.
Savannah. Ga., June 21, 1900.
The directors of the Germania Bank
have this day declared a semi-annual
dividend of three dollars per share, paya
ble on and after July 2.
JOHN M. HOGAN, Cashier.
Georgia Investment Company,
Savannah, Ga., June 21, 1900.
A dividend of 6 per cent., that is to say
13 per share, on stock of this company,
has been declared this day by the Board
of Directors of Georgia Investment
Company to stockholders of this date,
payable at the office of the Treasurer
on and after July 1. 1900. Transfer books
of said company will be closed until
July 1, 1900.
R VAN WAGENEN. Treasurer,
No. 18 Bryan street, east.
Dinner 1 to 3 and 6 to 9, Friday, June 22.
Red snapper ala Genoise.
Potatoes ala Parisienne.
Sliced Tomatoes. Queen Olives.
Chow Chow, Mixed Pickles.
Fresh Corn Beef and Cabbage.
Ribs of Baltimore Beef, au Jus.
Boston Baked Beans.
New Potatoees, Mashed Squashes.
Boiled Roasting Ears, Rice.
PASTRY AND DESSERT.
Peach Pie, Assorted Cakes.
Cheese, Crackers. Fruits.
Sago Pudding. Wine Sauce.
At LEVAN'S CAFE RESTAURANT,
111 Congress street, west.
The newest and most nutritious drink,
no alcohol nor drugs, simply a refresh
ing, nourishing beverage, ice cold by the
LIQt OR LICENSE.
City of Savannah.
Office Clerk of Council,
Savannah, Ga.. June 21, 1900.
The following applications to retail
liquor during the year 1900 were read at
meeting of Council June 13, 1900. and re
ferred to Committee of the Whole.
W. P. BAILEY, Clerk of Council.
Henry WoMJen, to reall liquor on
Ogeechee road, near Charleston and Sa
vannah Railway, from July 1.
J. O. Bewan, to retail liquor at the cor
ner of Bull and Best streets, from July 1.
John H. A. Bohn, to transfer his liquor
license from the corner of Alice and West
Broad streets to the corner of Barnard
and First streets.
T. E. McAlpin, to transfer his liquor
license from Bay lane and Houston
street, to the southeast corner of Trice
and Congress streets.
For sale, bark Chipman, slightly dam
aged recently by lightning on top deck
ftom mainmast forward. Hull first-class
condition, braced with Iron knees In per
fect order, metal sheathed and bolted. Can
be readily repaired or converted Into a
barge. Parties interested In the purchase
of this vessel apply
METZGER BROS., Mobile, Ala.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
We buy and sell real estate, collect rents
and negotiate loans on same at 5 per cent.
Represent the Travelers' Insurance 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 be ap
preciated and will receive prompt and
No. 27 Bay, east. Telephones 3tß.
w. c. FRirr & co.
SVYVANEE SPRINGS HOTEL,
Situated on the banks of the buwanno river
Climate unequaled. No malaria. No mosqtil
toes. Cool nights Most healthful and delight
ful resort In the f-owh. Water cures every
known elsease Board 810 per week. Special
rate for commercial men of 82 per day, which
Includes transfer Table ami acoommoda
lions strictly first class. For Illustrated pam
phlet address Suwanee Springs Cos Suwanee
Spring!. Ila ANDREW HANLEY, Mgr
PLANTER ER S’ AND MASONS* SUP
Cement, Lime. Plaster. Hair and Rlvar
Sand. Prompt delivery. Reasonable
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO„
Corner Drayton and Congreaat
Retail Grocery Store, with bar-attached,
doing only a cash busineas. Net income
88,500 per year. Satisfactory reasons for
sailing. Small stock, which can be bought
on easy terms.
W. C. FRIPF & CO.
c KSh to Ball J 1
s'**<& Supplies, fefc
jT -jj £2, of! Prices quoted on
Base Ball Uniforms.
mm m f ail üb>
WE ARE ABLE & READY
TO PLEASE YOU.
Savannah Steam Laundry Eo„
II Congress Street, West, Phone 333.
Harris Lithia Water KODAKS
contains more Lithia than any waier 20 PER CENT. OFF.
k ™ wn- Graphophones Sc Records
SPECTACLES Allgretti Creams.
which we charge SI.OO others charge -vr „ff, T j,_
$2.50. We save you from $2.00 to $5.00 INUnnaiiy allay
on Eyeglass prescriptions. jlj FRESH EVERY OTHER DAY.
If you want something that will positively cure Rheumatism use FRANK’S
BULL AND CONGRESS AND 399 BULL STREET.
HAM COUNTY COURT HOUSE
Office Comm ssioners of Chatham
county and ex-offleio judges, Savannah,
Ga., June I>, 1990.—Notice is hereby given
that the fc llowing Chatham county Court
House bonds, amounting to five thous nl
dollars ($5,000) of par values designated by
tl.eir numbers and denominations, which
have been determined by the Commis
skners of t’haiham county'and ex-offi ia
judges, by lot from the whole number of
outstar.di; g bonds, to wit: Numbers two
(2), fifty-nine (59 and a.xty (60) for one
thousand ($1(00) each; numbers one
(1), thirty-three (83), sixty-four
(64), seventy-three (73) for five
hundred dollars each, are called In
for redemption on and after July 1,190 J,
after which day interest shall cease upon
the said bonds ro called in and not pre
sented. The bonds above numbered and
denominated must be presented to the
county treasurer at his office in the Court
House for redemption.
J. J. DALE. C. C. C.
F. S. LATHROP, C. C. C.
W. D. SIMKINS, C. C. C.
E. A. WEIL, C C. C.
Attest: Jr,o. R. Dillon, Clerk.
OFFICE COMMISSIONERS’ PUBLIC
Atlanta, Ga.. June 1, 1900.
Sealed proposals for doing the public
printing (as prescribed in Section 1070 to
1078, inclusive, of Volume, 1, Code 1895.)
for the next ensuing two years will be
received at the office of the 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 the Secretary of
State, Atlanta, Ga.
Secretary of State.
WM. A. WRIGHT,
W. J. SPEER,
A GREAT BARGAIN IN
10 CAKES FOR 25c.
This soap Is made by Armstrong, Is of
excellent quality and very cheap.
Also a Green Soap at 14 cakes for 25c.
Money saved to those who purchase
A. M. & C. W. WEST.
For the next sixty days at Mark Ap
ple's repository will be 6old a full and
complete line of all kinds of vehicles at a
reduced price. I ask the public to call and
Inspect my stork. I am the agent for
some of the highest grade Buggies, Car
riages, Phaetons, Stanhopes and Runa
bouts. Don't miss this opportunity, for
this is no humbug. Also a full line of De
livery Wagons and Harness.
320 Broughton street, west
LARGE WAREHOUSE AND
to rent, located head of Broughion
street, on West Broad, now occu
pied by the Savannah Carriage and
Wagon Cos. As they will give up
bualnese in the city on June 1, 1 oiler
it for rent from that date
H P. SMART.
THE WAY TO CLEAN CARPETS.
The only way tc get your carpets prop
erly taken up, cleaned and taken care of
for the summer is to turp 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 on the coat of the work. Pricaa
reasonable They also pack, move and
•tore furniture and pianos.
C. H MULLOCK. Supt and Mgr. ,
BIY ONLY THE REST "GINGER ALE.
The best Is the Wheeler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale, made by Wheeler & Cos.,
of Belfast, Ireland, from the celebrated
Cromau springs of mat city, bltese
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.
Sole Southern Agents. Savannah, Ga.
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 launche*.
One 16-foot 1-horse power, seats 8 per
One 25-foot 4-horse power, seats 16 per
These are the "Ideal’’ gentleman's
launch, built by the Racine Boat Cos. of
Racine, (V is., aha usea at ad me tatra
and exhibitions in the Western states.
Starts in a minute. No fire, no smoke,
no dirt, and full trial given on these
handsome launches. Apply ro
Agents for Racine Boats.
A CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
Mr. Andrew Hanley will be pleased to
have any person afflicted with Bright's
Disease, Diabetes, or any form cf Kid ey
or Bladder trouble: Rheumatism, Gout,
and Dyspepsia, call at his office, Whitaker
and York streets, between the hours of 12
m. and 2 p. m. and 5 and 7 p. m dally,
when he will explain why and how they
can be permanently cured in from three
to six weeks by either visiting Suwanee
Springs or drinking the water at home.
TO RENT UNTIL sept, or oct.”
A cool, desirable, fuily-furnlshed apart
ment, in one of the pleasantest locators
in New Y’ork city. Convenient to eleva
ted and surface roads. Seven (7) all
light rooms and bath, modern conve
niences, silver, linen, china, etc., $50.i0 per
month. References exchanged Answer,
Wallis, No. 38 Burling slip, New York
One of our clients has placed in our
hand* $26,000 to loan on good Savannah
real estate at reasonable rates of Interest.
BECKETT & BECKETT,
By (he American Bonding and Trust Cora
pony of Baltimore. We arc authorized to
execute locally (Immediately upon appli
cation), all bonds in Judicial proceedings
in either the state or United States
courts, and of administrators and
BEARING & HULL, Agents.
Telephone 324. Provident Budding.
DH. H. 11. MARTIN,
7 Jones Street, West.
/ Practice limited to diseases of eye, ear
nose and throat.
Hours—3 to 1, 4 lo 5, and by appoint
Ail bills against the Italian bark Con
qulstatore must be presented at our
office before 12 o'clock m. this (lay, or
payment thereof will be*debarrcd.
STRACHAN & CO., Consignees.
Savannah, Ga., June 22, ion
of odds and ends —but all good reliable wear
ing shoes, the regular “Byck” kind.
None of them sold for less than $2.00,
and quite a few retailed as high as $4.00.
DON’T WAIT TOO LONG!
** fOOTCQVEJfERS twMANHMIk
Wtk Tom Keene
Up' W ENJOYMENT
206 Bay Street, West.
MDI J IffiKK
Makers, New York.
FAXCV FRESH FBI ITS.
Xow coiucn the time when yon
enn live upon fresh fruits. We are
netting better stock every day di
rect from the orchard** where they
Fine Inrue Ivy Watermelon*.
Fine Large Pcnclies,
At JOH.V T. EVA\ S A CO.’S,
Congress and liarnard Streets.
i Ml f oils
That keep time enn be easily
answered by looking over
our stock. The lower priced as
well as the higher priced
quality. We have the famous
Boston movement—not to be
- found elsewhere. The best
clock for the family in the
world. flock repairing- to
make the clock keep time.
Owe lot I*Oxl*s on Tenth Mtreet
One ioi >0x125 on Modi street,
Prices lower than anything else
in the neighborhood, and terms verj
Both lots near the Eighth Street
C. H. DOII SETT.
in Newspaper mm.
For sale, a Forsaith Newspaper Folder;
will fold sheet 21x42. It Is In good order.
Price *IOO. It cost originally 21,100, but
we have no use for It and want the room
It will be an Invaluable adjunct to any
THE GERMANIA BANK
oA \ AiNAAh, GA.
i; fl P lta * 00,0
Undivided profits ao.oou
This nans u.i.re .Is at-r.i ea to corpora
tions, merchants and individuals.
Has authority to act as executor, ad
ministrator, guardian, eto.
Issues drafts on the pilnctpal cities la
Great Britain and Ireland and on the
Interest paid or compounded quarterly
cn deposits In the Saving Department.
Safety Boxes for ent.
GEO, W TIEDKMAN. Vice President.
JOHN M. HOGAN Cashier.
WALTER F. HOGAN, Ass't Cashier.
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, order your lithographed and
printed stationery and blank books from
Morning News, Savannah, Ga.
LEOPOLD ADLER. c. 8. ELLIS.
President. vice President.
W. S. M'CAtJLFT, Cashier.
Will be pleased to receive the account*
of Merchants, Firms, Individuals, BanlUk
IJberal favors extended.
Unsurpassed collection facilities. Insur
ing prompt returns.
Sep rate Swines D nr artmenL
IXTKKES r fO.UiMit.\i)fc;i> 14 1) an_
tehlv on deposit*
Safety Deposit Boxes and Vaults rat
j rc-t <~nrrprpnndenc solicited.
Tils Citizens Bank
J 01 avaah.
Solicits Accounts Of Individuals,
Merchants, Banjos anil other Corpo
Collections handled with aafet r,
economy and ill.patcli.
Interest compounded quarterly
allowed an deposit. In onr Savinas
Safety Deposit Boxes and Sloraga
BRANTLEY A. DENMARK. President.
91 ILLS B. LANE, Nice President.
GEORGE C. FREEM AN, Cashier.
GORDON 1.. GHOOVEn. Asst. Cashier.
01 the 6.ate of Georg.a.
Surplus and undivided profits—.. .—5358.000
Oh.uouvili ut lug, oTATE >ji
Superior facilities tor uausactlng a
General Hanging —usUies*
Collections made on all point*
accessible through uaima and bankers
Accounts of ..aitKtt, i.a,.ke,8, Merchant*
and otheiß soiicilctL Safe Deposit Box**
Department of Savings, interest payable
Sells Stearllng Exchange on London t$
JOHN FLANNERY. President.
HORACE A. CRANK, Vice President.
JAMES SUL* TVAN -'aah'er
JNO. FLANNERY. V\ fu tv. GORDON.
E. A. WEIL. 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.
Account* of bank*, merchants, corpora
tions and individual* solicited.
Savings Department, interest paid
Safety Boxes and Storage Vault* for
Collections made on all point* at rea
Draft* sold on all th* chief cltle* of U>*
JOSEPH D. WEED, President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice President
No. Kilo. Chartered, ISM
IHlIi MM it
CAPITAL. $300,C00. SURPLUS. SIOO,OOO.
LfSiiiuD ,11 AXES De-PObiTOKY.
J. A. U. CARSON, President.
BEIRNE GORDON, Vice President.
W. M. DAVANT, Cashier.
Account* of banka and banker*, mer
chants and corporations received upca
the most favorable terms sonslateot with
•ate and conservative banking.