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THEY WILL HAVE NO TICKET.
REPI HLIC ANS HAVi; DECIDED TO
MAKE NO STATE R ACE.
This Wiim Determined nt a Meeting
of the Stale Central Committee in
Atlnntu \ eter<l:i> —Opinion Wan
That AleKlnley anil Roosevelt
( nuld Thereby Be \ide<l More.
White Men Only Selected an Re
publican Electors mill Alternate*.
Atlanta, July s—The Georgia Republi
cans will put out no state ticket. Neither
will they lend their support to the Popu
This was determined at a meeting of
the state Central Committee at the capi
tal this afternoon. If was determined that
th : s course would be to the best interests
of the national ticket.
The following r< solution was adopted,
•’Resolved, Thai in our judgment, the
candidacy of McKinley and Roosevelt will
be best subserved by not nominating can
didates for Governor ands ate house of
The committee of eleven, appointed last
March by the State Convention, to select
the Republican electors was also in .ses
sion tQfday. Although AN'. A Pledger, a
negro, was chairman of the eomm.ttee,
it is regarded as a very significant fact
that none but white in n w* re named on
the electoral delegation. The full elec
toral ticket follows.
State at large, John Oliver of Fulton,
J. F. llansoh of Bibb: alternate' af large,
S. A. Darnell of pi. Kent*. J M Wilkin
son of I,owndes. First District: Henry
lilun of Chatham. S. \Y Sehwarzweis, al
ternates; Second District. J. K. Person of
Clay, F. J. Boatright, alternate; Third
District, W. I>. Seymour of Dooley, F. AN.
Gano of Fort Valley; Fourth District, E.
N. Clemen.*, of Mu.-*-ogee, W. 11. Bagley,
ihooi hee, altcmate, Fin 1 1 Mslrit t, v
Hugh L. McKee of Fulton, George* H.
Glenn of Fulton, alternate; Sixth District,
G. W. Thurman of Spalding, H. F. Brim
berr yof Bibb, alternate; Seventh District.
Charles Adamson of Polk. \\ H. Martin
of Catoosa, alternate; Eighth District, B.
F. DeWolf of Morgan, W. F. Bowers <>f
Hart, alternate; Ninth District, A. J. S.
Hall of Fannin, T. W. Scott of Habersham,
alternate; Tenth District, S. B. Vaughn
of Richmond, E. D. Smyth* of Richmond,
alternate; Eleventh District, N. B. Cook
of Glynn, D. K. Piper of Erwin, alternate.
i*t mpi ,\<i i:\mm; fixed.
Temporary Relief From Water Fam
ine in A tin n tu.
Atlanta, Ga., July 5.—-Temporary relief
has been afforded from tin* crisis which
existed in the water works department
by the patching up of one of the broken
engines. The defective cross beam which
caused so much trouble during the part
thirty-six hours, was put into working
condition at the Southern Railway shops.
It was taken to the pumping station thi
morning and is again doing duty.
Four breaks in the machinery, all se
rious, is the record nt the pumping sta
tion in the past three months. Besides
the pillow block, the beam and the cross
head, there was a broken strap in the
engine, prior to all of these. The fact was
not made public, but the engine on which
the break occurred, was shut down in or
der to repair the damages.
This series of accidents and the conse
quent danger they forced on the city have
been the cause of mud) criticism of the
engineers in charge of the plant. Officials
of the water department and other city
officials defend the engineers, and declare
th y are c mt etent mm. es reliable and
trustworthy as any in the country. A. W
Collier, chief engineer at the capitol was
formerly one of the tnglneers at the
pumping station. Mr. Collier, in an inter
view. says tne force is incompetent, and
the breaks would not have occurred had
capable m<n been in charge.
He takes the position that the engineers
have been running at too high pressure,
due io the ignorance of the engineers, and
that there has been entirely too much lost
motion. The engines arc guaranteed to
pump 20.000.000 gallons of water a day,
while the city uses not more than 7.0J0,-
INDER MILITARY CHARD.
Moran Wn* Taken to Rome. Where
Sentence AYnn Pasncd.
Atlanta, July s.—Jack Moran, a Floyd
county negro, who was recently brought
to the Tower in Atlanta for safe keep
ing, was taken to Rome on an early
morning train to-day under a military
guard. Maj. Barker of the Fifth Regi
ment was in command, lie had 100 pick
At Rome Moran pleaded guilty before
Judge Henry to an attempt to outrage a
Floyd county woman several weeks ago.
He was sentenced to twenty years in the
penitentiary. But little time was lost in
the Court House. Soon after the sen
tence was pronounced the soldiers were
bringing the negro back on a fast train
Moran was greatly frightened, but he
found comfort in the assurance that his
life would be protected at any hazards.
The arrival of the troops in Rome is said
to have caused much surprise. The whole
matter was managed with great secrecy.
There was no time for lynchers to or
ganize, had desired to get in their
Oil Men Organised.
Charleston. S. <’., July 3. Colton seed oil
mill representatives of South and North
Carolina, met at the Charleston Hotel to
day and formed an organization to be
known as the Association of Cotton (Seed
Oil Mill Superintendents of the South.
About thirty mills won* represented. A.
C. MoFall of Charleston was made pres
ident, A. M. Wray vie* president, and A.
A. Haynes secretary and treasurer.
Adopted the ftcrnncltlse.
Atlanta. July B.—The aldcrmanic hoard
ty-day adopted, with immaterial amend
ments, the electric light franchise for the
Consolidated Company. As soon as the
Council, coin urs In the amendments, the
ordinance will no to the Mayor. It Is
understood the Consolidated will not ac
cept the franchise, Its officer* claim the
conditions nre too burdensome to author
ise them to establish a lighting plant.
Crime to mi Agreement.
Birmingham, Ala., July o.—The coal
operators and miners of Alabama came to
an agreement on the wage question to
day. and signed a contract for the year
ending June Cb, 1901, based on the contract
of the year Just ended Work hi all the
mines will l>e resumed either to-morrow
Columbus, Ga.. July s.—The deadlock In
the City Council over the election of u
city attorney was ended this afternoon
by the election of the Incumbent, Hon.
Francis B. Peabody.
Do not gripe nor irritate the alimen
tary canal. They act gently yet
promptly, cleanse effectually and
told by all druggist*. 20 cents,
* CURES *
V Colds, Coughs,
Hay Fever, Bron-
prof the Throatand
Clones of Medletted Vapor Inhnl^d
through th*- mouth aud omitted from th.- uoa
trlli*. demising and vaporizing all th** lurtauj.-d
and diseased parts which cannot ho reached by
medicine taken Into the stomach. •
vlf reaches the snre spots—lt heals the raw
places — It goes to the seat of disease— It nets as
a balm orul tonir to the whole system —sl.oo at
druggists or sent by mail. 1505 Arch &t., I‘hiUu
MEIITINU OF THE LAWYERS.
On r Ansoeln I lon ilnil n Itnnqaet Ln*f
Night at Warm Spring*.
Warm Springs, Ga., June f>.—The rt
tendance of the Bar Association to-day in
larger than at any time last year. About
seventy-live lawyers arrived here yester
day., swelling th-- number to 12."#. The
meetings have been a great success and
the one to-day was by far the best of the
The first thing on the programme was
the rcjiort of Thomas G. Lawson, chair
man of the Committee on interstate 1/aw.
The report was very brief, but recommend
ed that the various bar associations con
tinue to agitate the questions of marriage
Following the report of the committee,
was an address by Prof. Charles Noble
Gregory of the University of Wisconsin.
Th* speech was one of the finest ever de
livered before the Georgia Bar Associa
tion. Prol. Gregory is a charming
speaker, and his address and manner of
delivery made quite ail impression on I:is
Judge March W. Beck of Griffin read a
splendid paper of jury anil jury trials. His
long term on the bench made him thor
oughly familiar with his subject.
Chancellor Hill of the University deliv
ered an address on the law of infants.
During his speech, Mr. Hill made some
remarks concerning the Georgia colleges,
which were loudly applauded. Mr. Hill
closed by saying he had given up the
profession of the law', but he had nor
given up the Bar Association.
To-night u banquet will be held in the
dining hall at which all the* members will
le present. The list of speakers has not
yet been prepared, but some of the law
yers who can be counted on are Howard
Van Eppe of Atlanta, Judge Bogan 10.
Bleckley, Washington Dessau of jyiacon,
Hamilton McWhorter and others. Sena*or
Bacon will act as tcasi master. Just pre
vious to the banquet will be the address
of Judge Howe, of New Orleans.
To-morrow all the reports submitted to
the ai-aociaiicn by the various commit
tees will come ut* for discussion. There
arc two which will bring on some lively
talk. The report of the committee recom
mending that graduates of law’ schools
be not admitted without going before the
State Board and that of the committee on
payment of fe s for expert testimony are
expected to start the lawyers off. On the
former question the association is badly
split, and the argument will be long.
Among members of the association are a
number of graduates of the law schools,
and they propose to tight the measure to
the bitter end. Chancellor Hill, Senator
Bacon, Clem P. Steed, Merrill Callaway,
Olin J Wimberly, John D. f.ittle, Sylva
nus Morris and others, will make a
strong light against the adoption of re
The chief feature to-morrow will he an
address by’ former Chief Justice Bogan E.
Bleckley. He will speak at 10 o’clock.
The association will adjourn to-morrow
night. Judge Emory Speer of Macon is
expected over to-night to conduct the
light against the adoption of the report
of the Daw Reform Committee.
Mill T OI T BOSTON.
< lilo.'luit I’lnjeil n Good <■n in o it ml
Toole Km Eighth Strnight.
Chioago, July s.—Chicago won its eighth
straight game by shutting out Boston.
Both pitchers were on their mettle, ami
did good work. Attendance 2,200. Score:
Chicago 0 2 0 ft 0 0 0 0 o—2 8 1
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-ft 7 2
Batteries—Taylor and Donahue; Dlnecn
Played a Crippled Team.
SI. Louis, July s.—St. Lands played a
crippled team to-day, hut <tt that put up
a stiff game. Attendance 2,100. Score:
St. lands 00000 000 0 2 o—2 !* 1
Philadelphia ... .1 00010 00 0 1 x-3 10 2
Batteries—Powell and Criger; Platt ami
Piltxhiirg. it! Netv York, 7.
Pittsburg, July s.—Pittsburg lost through
errors and miserably slow playing. A
iendanee 2,800. Score: R. 11. E.
Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 o—2 9 4
New York ....0 0 1 3 1 0 0 2 0-7 7 4
Batteries— Deever, Waddell and Zimmer:
Garrick and Bowermnn.
Clnciniintt Shut Out.
Cincinnati, July s.—Nop* allowed Cin
cinnati hut oni l hit to-day. S 'ore: R.H.E.
Cincinnati . ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o—o 1 0
Brooklyn o o o o o o i o I—2lo o
Batteries—Newton and Peltz; Nops and
Other tin me*.
At Syracuse-Syracuse, 8; Montreal, 1.
At Rochester—Toronto, 0; Rochester, 0.
Hartford—Hartford, 2; Springfield, 3.
At Worcester —Worcester, 7; Providence,
At Indianapolis: Indianapolis, 7; De
At Milwaukee: Chicago, 1; Milwaukee, 0.
U \lt 10. \\ 11,1. Iti:lD 1,111.
Furniture Cos m finny Will Re-eNtnl
lixli ltN Destroyed Tlnut.
Atlanta, July 5.—W. It. Ware, head of
the Ware Furniture Company, whose
plant was burned a month ago. has de
termined to rebuild. The new factory will
be located on Mran.< street in the rear
of the Standard Oil Company's yards.
The building will be ISO by 250 feet, and
will be four stories high. Pending the
erection of the new factory, the build
ing formerly occupied by the Atlanta
Furniture Company is to bo u4ed.
• N\\ \L HOARD OIIG \MZKD.
It In Expected it Will Leave Satur
day for Port Royal.
Washington, July s.—The naval board,
of which Rear Admiral Rodgers is pres
ident, appointed to report upon the ex
pediency of transferring tlie naval station
ut Port Royal, S. (\, lo Charleston, hold
its first meeting here to-day. An organiz
ation was effected, and some preliminary
work done, involving a call upon the navy
department for a number of papers and
plans required by the board.
It is expected that the board will be in
session h re until Saturday, when it will
leave for Port Royal to inspect the naval
—Polysyllabic Convci.-ation.—"My wife
usea a good many hard words to in©,"
complained Tillinghast to Ulldersleeve.
Abut coiutb ui many Lug a Dogtou glrl # ”
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY. JULY 6. 1900.
INDIAN DEPARTMENT MET.
Result* of Indian Education Made
known nt 4 linrieaton.
Charleston, S. C., July s—The Indian
department of the National Educational
Association nut here to-day and was call
ed to order by Dr. J. N. Bullock of the
Cheyenne Agency, S. D. An address of
welcome was made by H. P. Archer, ru
perintendent of Charleston s public
schools. The response was made by Miss
Estelle Reel, superintendent of Indian
tchtk Is, who sp ke at some h ngth. She
s iid that the exhibit of Indian school work
shows that the millions of dollars spent
on Indian education have not been wast
The meeting is a success and reflects
great credit upon the hid.an department
at Washington, which after many yoa.s
of hard labor among the s veral hundred
tribes Is beginning to demonstrate that
the Indian ( an be made a useful member
Dr. H. B. Frisell, principal of the
Hampton (Va.) Industrial School, spoke
next on the history of Indian education,
especially in the South, where he de
clared the results had been admirable.
He was followed by O. H. Blakelcss,
representing the Carlisle School, Pennsyl
vania, who spoke briefly of the work
The meeting then adjourned until to
morrow, when the main pait of the pro
gramme will be entered upon. President
O. TANARUS, Corson of Columbus, 0., and fam
ily arrived to-day.
Delegatee and members of the National
Educational Association ore pouring into
the city, and the bureau of information is
receiving hundreds of letters from those
who expect to come to the great gather
ing next week. Public and private
buildings are being decorated in honor of
the coming event.
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 30c. —ad.
BRADLEY—Died suddenly, aC Pleasant
Ridge, 0., on July 4, 1900, Thomas R. V.
Bradley of Savannah. His friends and
those of his son. George I. Bradley and
family arc invited to attend his funeral
nt Laurel Grove Cemetery, at 5 o’clock this
LAN DR LAI LODGE NO. IS, F. AND A.M.
A regular communication of this Jk
lodge will be held this (Friday) ev- TY
ening at Masonic Temple at 8:30 / Nr\
The F. C. Degree will be conferred.
Members of sister lodges and transient
brothers cordially invited to attend. By
order GEO. T. CANN, W. M.
VV. C. TRAVIS, Secretary.
I. O. 4>. ¥*.
Public Installation of Officers.
The officers of Ruth Lodge No. 3,
Daughters of Rebekah, DeKalb Lodge No.
9 and Golden Rule Ix)dge No. 12, I. O. <>.
F. t will be installed into their respective
stations at 8:30 o’clock this (Friday) even
ing at Odd Fellows Hall by Grand W ar
den Henry McAlpin.
Members of other lodges and the public
generally are invited to be present and
witness these interesting ceremonies. Odd
Fellows will appear in regalia.
An excellental programme of vocal and
instrumental music, recitations ami ad
dresses has been arranged for the oc
Offleers-eleet are requested to meet in
the supper room at 8:15 p. in. sharp.
When the exercises have been con
cluded the hall will be cleared for danc
ing. BY THE COMMITTEE.
Dinner 1 to 3 and 6 to 9. Friday, July 6.
Red Snapper au Courtbouilon
Potatoes ala Monaco.
Sliced Tomatoes. Queen Olives.
Chow Chow, Mixed Pickles.
Leg of Mutton, Caper Sauce.
Ribs of Baltimore, Beef, Dish Gravy.
Buttered Crab on toast.
Queen Fritters, Lemon Sauce.
Mashed 1 Potatoes, Boiled Okra.
Stewed Tomatoes, Rice.
Boiled Roasting Ears.
PASTRY AND DESSERT.
Vanilla Custard Pie, Assorted Cakes. j
Cheese, Crackers, Fruits.
Ice Cold Watermelons.
At LEVAN S CAFE RESTAURANT,
111 Congress street, west.
NOTICE TO TAX I'AYBHS.
City Treasurer’s Office
Savannah. Ga., July 1, 1900.
The following taxes are now due:
Real estate, second quarter 1900.
Stock in trade, second quarter 1900.
Furniture, etc., second quarter 1900.
Money, mortgages, etc., second quarter
Also w’ater rents in advance for six
months ending Jan. 1, 1901.
A discount of 10 per cent, will be allow
ed upon all of the above if payment is
made within fifteen days after July 1.
C. S. HARDEE, City Treasurer.
NOW I* THE TIME TO RENO\ ATE.
We renovate and remake with hair
ti king moss mattresses $4; hair and wool
mattresses $5. We get the size of bed
stead and make your mattre.-s to order,
without extra charge.
Fine curled hair and moss mattresses
a spectaby. Our Medicated Steam Reno
vator will purify and clean as well as
Increase in value your feather beds, pil
lows. Renovation of feather b ris $5
Bolsters $1.50. pillows 73c. All work guar
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
Ib ll Phone 1136. 331 Drayton street.
I*I'ACHES, PEA< HEX, PEACHES.
Fancy Elbert.is and other line varieties
cheap. Prompt delivery.
A. J. BRADLEY & CO.,
Barnard street entrance Market Base,
mt;< i\l notice.
Neither the muster nor consignees of the
Italian bark Francesco will be responsi
ble for any debts contracted by the crew.
ST RAC HAN Ar CO.. Consignees.
Savannah, Ga., July ti, 1900.
THE WAY TO CLEAN CARPETS.
Th# only way to get your carpets prop
erly taken up. cleaned and taken cure of
for the tiummer ia to turn the Job over to
ths District Messenger and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2. or call at 32 Montgomery
street, and they will make you on esti
mate or. the cost of the work Plica*
reasonable. They also pack, inova and
•tore furniture and pianos.
1 ,C. U, JiLDLOCK. Supt. *O4 Mgr.
Consignments ot wool solicited. Highest prices, cor
rect weights and prompt returns.
LEE ROY MYERS & CO.,
r r=<Sh Base Ball _ 8
z: Supplies. * fei^>
11:| °j Prices quoted on -JjHF
JU,*l=r Iv- Base Ball Uniforms.
OSS IsEßj Ms
Kill m i mm.
Appreciate the quality of
J. PiNKUSSOHN & C 0„ 206 Bay street, west, Savannah, Ga.
BONDY & LRDERER. Hakers, New York.
On and after July the Otli there
xxill be an additional charge for nil
work wanted within thirty-six
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY.
GEORGIA STEAM LAUNDRY.
E. & W. LAI NDRY.
BATH AIITT9 AND FLESH BELTS.
I'sed in the hath and as a fle*h
Feeding Cups for invalids, a va
riety of style*.
True Dalmatian Powder. It i*
not generally known that n niiinll
quantity burned in the room* will
Keep out Files anti Mosqultoes. Just
received a fresh *upply.
YOU WILL SAVE
TEN Pi ll CENT.
By paying your bills on or be
fore the 15th lust.
B. H. LEVY A ORO.
REAL ESTATE IMI I \ St It A ME
We buy and noil real estate, collect rents
and negotiate loans on same at 5 per cent.
Represent the Travelers’ Insurance Com
pany, accident ind liability departments.
Represent the New York Underwriters
File 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 Buy, east. Telephones 318.
W. C. FRIPP & CO.
SPLENDID STORE lit II.DING FOR
The handsome and commodious double
stores known as the Whitfield building,
situated corner Whitaker. State aid Pres
ident street**, now occupied by Messrs.
Lindsay & Morgan, can be rented in
whole or In part from Oct. 1. This
building is in the center of a growing
business neighborhood ami opposite the
new United States Court House and Post
oftice, and is a splendid stand for any
W. M. & W. E. CONEY.
M W \NEE SPRINGS HOTEL,
Sim a nee, Fla.
Situated on the hanks of the Suwinne river.
Climate unequaletf. No malaria. No mosqui
toes. Cool nights Most healthful and delight
ful resort in the South. Water cures ©very
known disease Board $lO per week. Spec ini
rat** for commercial men ot f2 per day, which
includes transfer Table and aceommocla
lions strictly first class. For illustrated .am
phlet address Suwanee Springs Cos Suwanee
Springs. Fla. ANDREW HANLEY. Mgr.
LARGE WAREHOUSE AND
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 th* by iji June l, I offer
it for rent from that date
H. P. SMART.
PLASTERERS* AND MASONS* SUP
Cement, Lime, Plaster. Ilalr and River
Sand. Prompt delivery. Reasonable
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO.,
Corner Drayton and (jQUMleam
WHY AND HOW Sl\\ WF.E SPRINGS’
W ATER CITIES.
There is but one cardinal reason: The
M ater is u natural diuretic. Get hold of
that phrase in its full meaning, if you
please. Turn to Abernethy. “Nature’s
way of cure of disease Is by free diuresis.”
And Avenbrugger: “Nature cares for the
kidneys. That is health.” And Bichat:
“Health is impossible if the diuretics be
Put it in this way: The Water has a
selective action on the kidneys. The ex
cretion of the solid matters —the urea,
uric acid, and extractive matters —is in
creased by it. In other words, it causes
the elimination of the products of the
increased metamorphosis of tissue. And
yet. notice that this is done without any
impairment of the quality of the blood, or
any lowering of the forces of the organ
It better that patients go to the Spring
to take the Water, for the reason that the
psychic influenc e** of change of scene, as
sociations and climate arc very large fac
tors concerned in the results of treatment.
Go to the Spring, if you can. It means
much more than you can dream of. You
want the Water as Nature hands it forth.
But if you cannot go for any reason, you
may rest assured that it Is the same
Water, whether taken at the Spring or
hundreds of miles from there, and that
the results arc the same wherever it Is
There are two or three points to be not
Suwanee Water is prompt In its action.
It acts the same day that it Is taken. The
effeos are immediate.
The effects are continuous. That is, the
results, which arc early accomplished, arc
For descriptive pamphlets with testi
SUWANEE SPRING CO.,
ANDREW HANLEY, President and
Oil! FINE 111 TIER
AT 25 (l-MS PER POt \l>.
Is dainty and sweet. Our Boneless Strips
with a nice fresh egg and a cup of our
choice Java and Mocha will be a good
foundation for breakfast.
A. M. & C. W. WEST.
For the next sixty days at Mark Ap
ple’s repository will be sold a full nnd
complete line of nil kinds of vehicles nt a
reduced price. I ask the public to call and
inspect my stock. I am the agent lor
some of the highest grade Buggies, Car
riages. Phaetons, Stanhopes and Runa
bouts. Don't miss thin opportunity, for
this is no humbug. Also a full line of De
livery Wagons and Harness.
320 Broughton street, west.
11l Y ONLY THE BEST GINGER ALE.
The best la 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 chose 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 lfealthfulness nnd Purity the cele
brated Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ale is the best.
LI PPM AN BROTHERS.
Bole Southern Agents, Savannah, Ga.
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 and
BEARING * HULL, Agents.
Telephone 324. Provident Building.
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,’
44 Piandtut strefttj east.
The men’s shoes “Hanan”
makes are always admired by
Strange, did you say?
No, it ain’t—the maker is so manifestly a maa
of taste, that his product captivates the sweet
sex —it’s so unusual in men’s shoes, they say.
now *T ■ h —Bpp®—
J r OOrCOV£FEffSrt'MAHJUHO.
In Excellent Shape Once More
FINE LAUNDRY WORK.
Savannah Steam Laundry Cos.,
II Congress Street, West, Phone 383,
KODAKS AND FILMS
We charge $1 that others charge $2.50 for.
We save you from $2 to $5 on your eyeglass
Robinson’s Thermal Bath Cabinet. Call for
circular. Livingston’s Prescription Pharmacies,
Bull and Congress and JOB Bull street.
11. 11. LIVINGSTON.
THE MOST IMI’OIITH V ITEM
of tlie first meal of the day Is coffee. We
have realized that suiting our customers’
coffee taste goes far toward securing the
hulk of their grocery trade. We arc
more particular about the quality nnd
condition of our coffee than we are about
the profits we make upon it. We have
MOCHA and JAVA 33c; 3 lbs. for SI.OO.
JAVA, VERY FINE, at 23c per lb.
JOHN T. EVANS <& CO.’S.
Congress and Barnard streets.
Can be handsomely supplied
from our stock of Solid Silver
Pieces—Bowls, Bread and
Cake Baskets, Butter Dishes,
Open Sugar Baskets, Bon Bon
Dishes, and scores of other
pieces, up to full Tea Sets.
All late in design and finish.
ANXIOUS TO SELL
A two-story double cottage on a cor
A one-story cottage on a corner, nnd
a lot sixty feet front by one hundred and
seventeen fee deep, wit'i two wide streets
and a lane.
So anxious are the owners to pell that
they will take* a purt cash and give long
time on the balance at a low rate of in
terest. C. H. DOR SETT.
For sale, a Forsaith Newspaper Folder;
will fold sheet 27x42. It Is In good order.
Price SIOO. It cost originally $l,lOO, but
we have no use for it and want the room
j It occupies.
It will be an Invaluable adjunct to any
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided prodts ao.ooo
This bank oilers at. services to corpora
tions, merchants and Individuals.
Has authority to act as executor, ad
ministrator, guardian, .to.
Issues drafts cn the principal cities la
Great Britain and Ireland and on the
Interest paid or compounded quartsrly
on deposits In the Saving Department.
Safety Boxes for rent.
HENRY BLUN. President.
OEO. Xf TIEDKMAN. Vic. President.
JOHN M HOGAN, Cashier.
WALTER F. HOGAN. Ass t Cashier.
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, order >our lithographed and
printed stationery and blank books from
| Morning News, Savannah, Ga.
LEOPOLD ADLER, C. S. ELLT9,
President. Vice President.
BARRON CARTER, Assistant Cashier.
The Chatham Bank
Will be pleased (o receive the account §
of Merchants, Firms, Individuals, Banks,
Liberal favor* extended.
T nsurpassed collection facilities, insure
ing prompt returns.
Separate Savings Department.
I VI'KIIEST COMl'Ol X DliO Q| An.
TEH I, Y OY DEPOSITS.
Safety Deposit Boxes and Vaults for
The Citizens Bank
OF SA YAW AH.
.. u.cr.l uanlciuig
Solicits Accounts of Individuals,
Merchants, Bank.. and other Corpo
Collections handled with safety,
economy and dispatch.
Interest compounded quarterly
allowed on deposits In oar Savlnsa
Safety Deposit Boxes and Storaffa
BRANTLEY A. DENMARK, President.
MILLS H. LANE. Vice Presldeat.
GEORGE C. FREEMAN, Cashier.
GORDON L. GROOVER, Asst. Cashier,
c.\ pit \ f,, );:r,0.0n0.
Accounts of hank*, merchants, corpora
tions nnd Individuals Hollciled.
Savings Department, interest paid
Safety Poxes and Storage Vaults tot
< oilertions made on nil |*>ints at reft
I'rn't soi l on all the chief cities of tht
< 'orresponrience invited.
JOSEPH r>. WEED. President.
JOHN (\ ROWLAND. Vice President*
. F. McCAI'LEY, (’ashler.
of the Slate of Georgia.
Surplus and undivided protlts— —S3SS.OOO
DLiOhi'iOßY OF TlliJ oXATki u'
facilities lor transacting a
Creitei'ai ij.lln.it in ..usinesi.
Collections made on all points " ”
accessible through batiks and bankers.
Accounts or Banks, flankers. Merchants
and otlieia tohelud. bate Deposit bout
Department of Savings, Interest payabls
Hells Htearllng Exchange on London
JOHN FLANNERT. President.
HORACE A. CRANE, Vio* President.
JAMES SULLIVAN. Cashier.
JNO. FLANNERY. WM W. GORDON.
E. A WEIL. W. W. GORDON. Jr.
H A. CRANE. JOHN M EGAN.
LEE ROY MYERS. JOSEPH FERST.
H P. SMART. CHARLES EI.LISL
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J. KIRBY.
No. IMO, Chartered, UM
Hi's Mai lit
CAPITAL. $300,000. SURPLUS. 1100.000.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITOR*.
J. A. G. CARSON, President.
JBLIUNE GORDON, Vic* President.
W. M. DAVANT. Cfublor.
Accounts of banka and bankers, mer
chants nnd corporations received u;>oa
th© most favorable term* consistent witft
nnd conervativ banking*