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ADDED TO THE CASUALTIES.
R ULRO %1)> I II 'Kll TWO MOHt
DEATHK NEAR ATLANTA.
FJve-Vcnr-Olil ill Eubanka Was
Knockrd From n Track and Died
Fire Minute* Iftrnvardu—A Roily,
Supposed to Be That of C lint Shinn
of \ujBUin. Man Found, Mutilated,
on n Southern Railway Trentle.
Atlanta, July 9.—The large number of
railroad casualties which have occurred
/within the last month in or near Atlanta
was increased to-day by two fatalities.
David Grandison Eubanks, a 5-year-old
son of Charles G. Eubanks, of C 7 Green
wood avenue, was killed at 9 o ■ lo k this
morning. The little boy, together with
two oilier children, was walking along
the railroad ra*.k from ins horn- to the
power plant of the Atlanta Railway and
Power Company, near Exposition Park,
where his father is employed. The chil
dren were walking on a sidetrack. The
boy attempted to cross the main track
just ahead of an excursion train for
Athens. He was struck on the head by
the pilot, thrown off the track and In
five minutes w< dead. The train did
not stop. The engineer knew nothing of
the tragedy until a telegram was sent to
A body, supposed to be that of Clint
Shinn, a young man of Augusta, was
found this morning on the Peachtree
creek trestle of the Southern Railway.
The body was hanging on the guard rail.
The right leg. left foot and right arm
ware cut off. Evidence before tin- coron
er’s jury indicated the young man either
fell under the train or was struck while
walking arrov the trestle. Charlie Speis
"of Augusta, who said he knew Shinn,
identified the remains
P IRTNEKS DIS RrHEEI).
And An \flnnin Establishment Went
lit a R ecei \e r.
Atlanta, July 9.—Judge E J. Reagan
has appointed W. T. Moyers temporary
receiver for S E Bowman, a Whitehall
• treot milliner. E. L. Rhodes, former
partner of Bowman, made the applica
tion. claiming bowman owed him $2,000
or more was insolvent and was misman
aging the assets of the late firm.
They formed a partnership July 12, 1898.
doing a wholesale millinery business un
til Dec. 1, 1899. when they separated.
Rhodes took the wholesale and Bowman
the retail business and the liabilities to
SII,OOO. leaving a net worth of $16,800. Un
der an agreement. Bowman i.- alleged to
have taken $21,000 of the assets with the
understanding that lie would discharge
all the firm's liabilities. Rhodes claims
that Bowman has not carried out the con
tract. but has called on him to keep the
paper of the old firm from going to pro
The question of a permanent receiver
ship will be passed upon Thursday un
less a settlement is reached in the mean
93,000.000 IN MORTGAGES.
Filed In \tlnntn to t over Corpora
tion** Hontl lamucm.
Atlanta, July 9—Two mortgages,
amounting to $3,000,000, were tiled in the
office oX the clerk of the Superior Court
to-day. One. amounting to $2,000,000, was
rtbd by the Georgia Electric Light Com
pany, and the other, lor $1,000,000, by the
Atlanta Rapid Transit Company.
The mortgages are to secure new bonds.
Harry M. Atkinson, president of the Elec
tric Light Company and secretary and
treasurer of the Street Railway Company,
says the tiling of the mortgages means
that financial arrangements have been
completed *o renovate the light company
and to build the .street railway system
for which ho has been given franchises.
EDITOR* ON \ TRIP.
Georgia Press Awnocint ion to Take
in Northern Point*.
Atlanta. July 9.—The Georgia Press As
sociation, headed by President H. V. t‘a
kaniss. will leave at I p. in. to-morrow
on its annual tour. The advance guard
of the editors arrived in Atlanta to-night.
A meeting will be held at the Kimball
at lo a. m. to-morrow.
Many of rh* pencil pushers will be a--
compnnied by their wives or by female
relative-. New York will be reached
Thursday morning. The party will go to
Niagara I'alls Friday, and after spending
a day there, will return home by way of
HIRER WILL SWING.
Supreme Court Dili Not \limit the
Atlanta. July 9—James Baker, who
murdered bis wife in Atlanta two months
ago. will have to swing for his crime.
He was convicted within a week of the
killing His attorney claimed he was not
allowed sufficient time to prepare for
trial, and newly discovered evidence, if
allowrd. would show Bake! cracy.
The Supreme Court decided the triol
was not too hasty, and under counter
showings made by the state as to Baker’s
sanity, no different verdict would be
found. Baker will be re-sentenced in h
Gl\ KS U A IKK AW U.
Jidtf •' Hill>er Remark* t pan the
Atlanta Water Qnemion.
Atlanta. July 9.—Judge George Hlllyer,
who is. perhaps, more familiar with the*
water situation in Atlanta than any other
citizen. having been a member of the wit
ter hoard ten years and several years the
chairman, has directed Attention to the
fact that mote than half of the city’s
water l* given away. Th< city gets pay
for 42 per <>nt. of the water pumped, while
$8 per rent i- lor free service.
Judge Hlllyer says there is no f-kllled
machinist employed at> the station where
the recent break* have occurred.
A M A NON II FAIR.
Atlanta Will Follow Snvnn nub's Ex
ample to Raise Fund*.
Atlanta, July 9.—New vigor has been in
fused Into the movement to build a Ma
sonic Temple in Atlanta. Several years
ago a lot whs purchased nt the corner
of North Pryor and Auburne avenue at h
cost of $35.W0. It Is proposed to erect a
building at a cost of $50,000 to $75,000. Steps
tow aid the erection of the temple will he
taken at a meeting of the Masons* of the
city Wednesday night at the Chamber of
Commerce. A fair will be hold this full
to aid in raising fund*.
PREPARING FOR ORDINARIES.
Those of Georgia Will Meet In %t-
Iu fa on July IS.
Atlanta. July 9.—Arrangements are now
being made for the reception and enter
tainment of the ordinaries of the state,
who will meet in Atlanta Wednesday,
July 18. The session will last one day.
An Interesting programme is being pre
pared, and at least seventy-five ordinaries
are expected to attend. Judge (’. Af.
Wiley of Macon Is president of the at
"Every Man is the
Architect of His Fortune
,r An Architect designs, and his pUns
sre executed by A builder. The greAtest
builder of heAlth is Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
It Uys a firm foundation. It makes the
blood, the basis of life, pure and strong.
Be an architect of your fortune and secure
Hood's as your health builder.
I HE n I u S AT IB A1 UN I ON
■'each Season at It* Height—New
Factories Going t p.
Eat on ton, Ga., July 9.The fruit sraton
is at Its best in this coupty, and all is ac
tivity. The hotels are full of men in
i*rested in th* peach crop, either as com
mission canning men or owner* of
the peach farm*. There are three peach
farms in this county of considerable size.
:nd several smaller one*. About 1.000
acres are planted in fiuit for market,
nnd this year the growers expect to real
ize about SIO,OOO from the season’s burl
iness exclusive of the profit from the
canned goods. The industry in Putnam 4s
yet young, and the next season will wit
ness a huge Increase in the shipment*.
The early varieties, such a* the iSnead
Triumph, Early Tillotsen. Lady Ingo and and
St John have about all been shipped, and
now cornea the Elberta. the queen of the
market peaches. In about three weeks
the season's work will have been over,
but while It lasts it goes with a rush. The
Putnam County Canning Company has
been operating a plant here for ten years,
and another vanning factory with latest
steam processes has been erected at B.
W. Hunt’s orchard by Mr. Moore, a gen
tleman from Savannah. He will give
special a i tent ion to the Elbert*, and it is
quite likely that no other kind will be
put up at this factory.
The brick work on the electric cotton
mills has been completed and the placing
of machinery will begin soon. Work on
the *pur-track from the Central** line
to the bite for the Middle Georgia Fac
tory is nearly completed. anl w r hen this
is accomplished the building will be push
The. Quintette 'Manufacturing Company
has applied for charter, and It is under
stood that they will erect a cotton mill.
Tho Putnam County Manufacturing
Company has been reorganized with the
purpose of building a yarn mill.
The shoe factory will begin work in a
week or two. having placed the machinery
and otherwise got things in readings for
business. The machine shops are also
about completed, and preparations are be
ing pushed for the election of a big round
bale ginnery. The year 1900 will be mark
ed down with a red letter in the history of
A (Kdltion has been sent to the head
quarters of the Posial Telegraph Com
pany, asking that an office be established
ai this pla< e. It is believed that the peti
tion, which is signed by' all the business
men of the place, will accomplish the end
Oconee Spring. Putnam’s health resort,
is fast becoming famous. Each year
brings more visitors from a distance.
Three years ago n commodious hotel was
erected, and until then there was no ac
commodation for the guests except some
rude huts erected for private use. The
health-giving properties of the* water is
beyond cavil. Among those who have dis
covered thlk arc ex-Gov. Northen and
wife, who have a voltage at the sping
Socially, Eatonton was never livelier.
There are a number of visitors in the
town and a series of entertainments are
being given in their honor. The latest
was a garden party Monday evening, giv
en by Miss Josephine Reid to her guest*.
Misses Hill of Athens, Finney and Will
iams of Jones county
TTof. O. B. Nisbet of the Eatonton Acad
*my Is at the Fniversity of Chicago for
the summer. Miss Fannie Lee Leverett,
,dso of the faculty of the city school. Is
in New York.
Miss Florence Adam* i* in Boston at the
New’ England Conservatory. She is an
Ml HDEK NEAR WAVNE9BORO.
Ilcury \\ illiHniM, ( ulored, Killed
Hutto ( olotetl.
Waynesboro, Ga., July 9 —Henry Will
iams, a young- negro man, shot and killed
Dado Supp. a negro woman, last Saturday
night, near this oily. The .shooting ie sold
to have been done with a Colt’s pistol,
every chamber of it having been fired and
taking effect upon the woman.
Jealousy Is thought to have been the
cause of the assassination. The shooting
was witnessed by several negro men and
women, who lei the murderer walk delib
erately away without trying !o arrest him.
Warrants have been Issued, and office re
are endeavoring to apprehend the mur
1 LAV Al ILLK.
Tlie Senator Will Hrlber an \d -
drew* There To-day.
M il’edg- viiic, (la.. July 9.—Hon. A. S.
Clay arrived In this city to-day. The
Senator is quite a favorite In this section,
and though his visit was an unexpected
honor, the news of his presence soon
spread, t reating quite a ripple of enthus
iasm. Representative men flocked to his
rooms at the Mllledgeville Hotel, and he
was given quite an enthusiastic recep
tion. Upon the urgent request of citi
zens he will speak at the Court House
The Superior Court is now in session
here. The entire local liar and a number
of visiting attorneys will attend.
Dentists for Old Point.
Atlanta. July 9.—A party of ten dentists
left the city to-day oxer the Seaboard for
Old Point Comfort, where they will t
-tend the niece ting of the National Dental
Pile* t ured Without the Knife.
Itching blind bleeding or nrotrudlng piles.
No cure, no pav All druggists are authorized
by the manufacturers of Pazo Pile Ointment
to refund the money where it fails to cure any
cane of piles, no matter of how long standing.
Cures ordinary cases in six drvs; the worst
cases in fourteen davs One application gives
ease and rest Relieves itching instantly. This
is anew discovery, and is the only pile remedy
sold on a positive guarantee, no cure, no pay
Price soc. If your druggist don’t keep it i n
stock, send us hoc tn stamps, and wc will for
w*r<l same by mad. Manufactured by Paris
Medicine Cos.. St Louis. Mo., manufacturers
of Laxative Bronio Quinine and Grove's Taste
less Chill Tonic, ad
\IIOt T TIIL STREETS.
I mean the streets upon which the lots
are located, that will be sold this after
Before the city laid out the streets and
NUMBERED, instead of naming them,
the owners of that large tract lying cast
of Habersham, and north of Anderson,
subdivided it into lots and NAMED the
streets St. James. St. Paul. St. Nicholas,
St. John, St. Michael and St. Thomas,
which very nearly correpsond with the
streets west of Habersham, numbered re
spectively Flrat, Second. Third. Fourth,
Fifth and Sixth streets by the city later.
It will probably occur later on that the
numbers may be substituted for the
rmmee. Attend the sale at tt p. ni.
C H. DORSETT, Auctioneer.
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY, JULY 10. 1900.
ATWOOD.—Died, at Augusta. G*.. June
.30. 1900. Jules, the son of J E. and Jan,-*
Mclntosh Atwood, of Valona, Mclntosh
county, Georgia; aged 11 months and one
ROGERS—Died in Hartford. Conn..
July 8. 1900. Henrietta S Roger*, widow
of David M. Rogers, late of Savannah,
Ga., and mother of Mrs. Robert G. Erwin.
FUNERAL. IN TIT ATI 051 ••
her residence, 559 Taylor street, east, at
2 o'clock Monday morning. All relatives
and friend* ore respectfully invited to at
tend the funeral of the deceased from her
residence, at 10 o’clock a. m., Tuesday,
231, F. A A. M.
A regular communication will be
held at Masonic Temple this (Tuea
da> evening it 8:30 o'clock. • >
Mefnbers of sister lodges are invited o
ROBT. M HITCH. W. M.
JNO. S. HAINES. Secretary.
DE KALB LODGE NO. 0, I. O. O. F.
A regular meeting of the lodge will be
held tide evening at 8:30 o'clock at Met
Visiting brethren and members of sis
ter lodges are cordially invited to attend.
C. H. DORSETT, N. G.
W. W. GROSS, Secretary.
l.ofi From the Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Company.
The sale of lots this afternoon, a? is
well known, is for the property of the
Chatham Real Estate and Improvement
Having a large capital, a half of a mil
lion. they arc able to offer special induce
ments to thope who buy their lots.
These inducements are a low cash pay
ment (only s3t>), a very low monthly pay
ment ($2.50), and the lowest rate of in
terest yet named—to-wit: 5 per cent.
in addition to the above, they arc will
ing to do more for the buyers of their
own lots, they will build house* for them.
Truly, what more can they do to encour
age the home-seeker.
C. H. DORSETT. Auctioneer.
WMI t\D HOW SI \\ \NF.E SPRINGS’
There is but one cardinal reason: The
Water i a natural diuretic. Gci bold 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
selective action on the kidneys. The ex
cretion of the solid matters—the urea,
uric acid and extractive matter*? —is In
creased by it. In other words, it causes
the elimination of the products of the
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 is better that patients go to the Spring
to take the Water, for the reason that the
psychic influence*? of change of scene, as
sociations and climate are very large fac
tors concerned in the results of treatment.
Go to the Spring, if you can. It mean*
much more than you ran dream of. You
want the Water as Nature hands it forth.
But if you cannot go for any reason, you
may res* assured that it is the aame
W'ater, whether taken a* the Spring or
hundreds of miles from there, and that
the results are the same wherever it is
There are two or three points to be not
Suwanee Water is prompt in its action.
It acts the sume day that *t is taken. The
effecs are immediate.
The effects are continuous. That i*. the
results, which are early accomplished, are
For descriptive pamphlets with testi
SUWANEE SPRING CO..
ANDREW HANLEY, President and
Dinner 1 to 3 and 6 to 9. Tuesday, July b.‘.
Summer Trout. Wine Sauce.
Potatoes ala Julieim**.
Sliced Tomatoes. Queen Oliw*.
Chow Chow, Mixed Pickles.
Ribs Baltimore Beef. Dish Gravy.
Breast of Ivamb. Mint Sauce.
Deviled Crabs d'Orleans.
American Fritters. Demon Sauce.
Boiled Potatoes, Mashed Squashes.
Rice. Stewed Tomatoes, Rousting Ears.
PASTRY AND DESSERT.
Egg Custard Pie, Assorted Cake*.
Cheese, Crackers, Fruits.
Ice Cold Watermelons.
At LEVAN S CAFE RESTAURANT,
111 Congress street, west.
TO BBS DISPOSBO OF.
\ Splendid Launch.
One of the Prettiest and Finest Boats
Anew launch, in the water hardly JO
days; 25-foot. I-horse power. One of the
fleetest and prettiest boats here. Outruns
all others. Complete, with awning, anchor,
brass lanterns, cushions, tools, flags, ice
cooler and locker* under every seat. In
fact, all ready for a cruise. The boat is
perfectly appointed, and is provided with
everything necessary and can be used im
mediately. This launch uses half the
naphtha that other Itoats of her size use.
For particulars apply at Geo. Schwarz's
saloon, corner Congress and Whitaker
streets, the lH* Soto bar. Hicks’ restau
rant, or LI PPM AN BROS..
MOONLIGHT EXCI HSIOV
Under the auspices of the
WEDNESDAY, JULY 11.
Steamer Alpha leaves foot of Whitaker
street at 8 o'clock. Music and refresh
ments. Tickets 25c. For sale at Solomon’s
Drug Store and at boat.
The finest line of Mantals, Tiling and
Grates In the city. Prices rock tot torn.
Save money by seeing our goods before
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO.,
* Comer Congress and Drayton
It's a Winner.
J. PINKUSSOHN & CO., 206 Bay street, west, Savannah, Ga.
BONDY & LEDBRER. /lakers, New York.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West.
"Bread is the Staff of Lifer
THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOfc
Reader, tiii? may be a “red letter lay”
in your life! It may make or mar your
fortune! What you do to-day may result
in providing your family with a com
fortable home Perchance you may to
day lay the foundation for the miseries of
a millionaire! Who knows? The great
landlords of this and ocher cities did not
buy locs by wholesale or houses by
the hundreds, but began with one lot and
one house, and made them buy and Duild
another lot and another house! Of course
they did not buy of a
farm, but invested in city property; lots
upon which to build houses in which peo
ple wanting city facilities could live; near
to churches, school houses, street cars,
lights, water, police, firemen and other
adjuncts of civilization.
If you want a lot with city conveniences
and protection, to-day is that on which
you can gratify your desires! Come out
at 6 p. m. and attend the sale of the lots
offered by the Chatham Real Estate and
Improvement Company on Price, Plant,
£t. Michael, St. John and other streets! It
may be the chance of a lifetime! A well
located lot for S2O cash and $2.00 per
month, with interest at 5 per cent.! Tak*-
either the Habersham or Abcrcorn street
cars and look to the left after you pass the
Anderson Street School house for the un
dersigned,- and the crowd.
C. H. DORSETT, Auctioneer.
SOMETH IMi NEW.
Richardson’s Pickles, called CUCUM
BERS and PEARLS, beautiful goods and
of finest quality.
A square bottle of Fruit Syrup—Rasp
berry, Strawberry and Orange flavor®—at
15e per bottle.
Our 43c Tea for icing will save you
money and please you. Such conditions
are sought after by all classes.
A. M. & C. W. WEST.
NOW IS TUB TIME TO HENOV ATE.
We renovate and remake with hair
11 king moss mattresses $4. hair and wool
mattresses $5. We get the size of bedstead
and make your mattress to order, without
extra charge. Fine curled .hair and moss
mattresses a specialty. Our medicated
steam renovator will purify and clean as
well an increase in volume your feather
l>eds and pillows. Renovation of feather
beds so. holsters $1.50, pillows 75c. All
work guaranteed first-class.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
Hell Phone 1130. 331 Drayton street,
i BMPER ATI RE a i A\ am i;
SUNDAY, J FLY 8. 1900:
At 10 a. m 82 degree*
At 1 p. m 90 degree*
At I! p. m 87 degrees
At 10 p. m 78 degrees
The coolest ami healthiest summer re
sort in the South. No mosquitoes, grand
plunge and swimming )kk>l, free from all
malaria. Write for illustrated and de
ANDREW HAN LEV, President.
The firm of J. H. & E. G. Badenhoop
has i his day dissolved copartners hip by
mutual consent, Mr. J. H. Badenhoop as
suming all liabilities.
J. H. BADENHOOP.
Jul* 9, 1900. E. G. BADENHOOP.
LARGE \\ AttEIIOI feE AND
to rent, located head of Broughton
street, on West Broad, now occu
pied by the Savannah Carr leg* 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.
TUB WAV TO CLKAN CAIirKTI.
The only way tc get your carpets prop
erly taken up. cleaned and taken care of
for the aummer 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 on the coat of the work. Prlcoe
reasonable They also pack, moro and
•tore furniture and pianos.
C. H MED DOCK. Supt. and Mg.
One of our clients has placed In our
hands 126,000 to loan on good Savannah
teal estate at teasonnble rates of Interest,
BECKETT & BECKETT.
24 President street, east.
IN BARRELS. HALF BARRELS
AND SACKS AT WHOLESALE.
HENRY SOLOMON & SON
SB V\> VII. (.V.
Where Are the Lots
On Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth
streets, WEST of the S., F. & W. R'y.
You don't have to cross tlie tracks. You
are very near the Anderson Street
The lots are but a short distance from
S., F. & \V. Railway shops, warehouses
and offices. Short walk; need not use
street cars. *
They are convenient for street car men.
They will be sold at 6 p. m. to-day in
the cool of the evening, and we will fur
nish cool lemonade and bargains.
C. H. DORSETT. Auctioneer.
This is the BEST FLOUR
in the market. And the niill
er assure us that the qual
ity is now better than ever
Before, For the reason that
they have improved the ar
rangements for selecting the
wheat. Money cannot buy
any flour superior.
21-lb. sacks 75c
12-lb. sacks 400
0-lb. sacks 25c
IHE 8.1. BRANCH CO.,
Broughton and Whitaker.
The nio*t beautiful, brilliant and per
fect Cut Glass.
The most chaste, elegant and correct
Prices as attractive as the sets or pic es.
HUNTER & VAN KEUREN
Jewelers. Hit Bull street.
\OTK K TO TAX PAYK.KS.
City Treasurer's Office
Savannah, Ga., July 1, 1000.
The following taxes are now due:
Beal esia'e, second quarter 1900.
Stock in trade, second quarter 19(10.
Furniture, etc . second quarter 1900.
Money, mortgages, etc., second quarter
Also water rents in advance (or six
montlie ending Jan. 1. 1901.
A discount of 10 per cent, will be allow
ed upon all of the a!>ove if payment Is
made within fifteen days after July 1.
C. S. HARDEE, City Treasurer.
TOD WILL SAVE
TEA PF.lt CKST.
By paring yonr bills n at k*.
for. the 15th lost. *
b. h. levy at nno.
By the American Bonding and Trust Com
pany of Baltimore. We are authorized to
execute locally (Immediately upon appli
cation), all bonds In Judicial proceedings
In either the state or United States
courts, and of administrators und
DEARINO & HULL. Agents.
Telephone 324. Provident Building.
1.0 l fIOxOO, north side Ogl.-thorpe avenue,
between Ilottston and Knot Broad streets.
Apply DEO BAVIN,
v Boom 124. Board of Trade.
We carry in stock all the latest and
prettiest patterns in Builders’ Hardware.
Call and see our Ball Bearing Sash Pul
leys and Door Butts.
Palmer Hardware Company,
BAY AND JEFFERSON STREETS.
6 P. M.
A Better Investment Titan a Savings
Bank Account or a Life
THE OLD A \l> RELI ABLE
CI#\TH\M REAL ESTATE \M> IM
Will sell to-day lots on
rrurw. piant, st. mhiiael st.
JOHN’S, ST. N ICOLAS VN l>
ST. I* At L STREETS.
'This* |ro|ierts I* offered on term*
which can not le eqnnleri I>> anj
person, *> ndienfo or corporation In
this oil 3 or elsewhere. \ol only will
the coni|ian> sell lots on the liberal
terms set forth below, hut when the
payments ore sullieient to ftviurantee
It n loan will he ntude no that the
linyer can build n house.
those who have not obtained maps
of this property can do so to-day at
S2O CASH !
and $2.50 a month
ON I NPA ID I’IItCIIASE MONEY, trith
r per rent. Interest. This means
pi net iH 1 1 > that YOf RECEIVE IN
TER EVI at the rale of 7 PER CENT,
per annoui ON FAERY' DOLLAR yon
pay In from (lie time yon pay it un
til you make the Inst payment!
New system of house drnlmiKe
through this property. Anderson
Street Seliool nearby.
SALE ON PREMISES
Tuesday, July 10, 1900,
< O'CLOCK t\ M.
C. 11. DORSET'!’, .Auctioneer.
NOTHING IS PRETTIER
or is more healthful than a pleasant ride
in a cool and easy-riding Canopy Top
Is / L
It gives i olor to tho cheek* and general
health to your entire family. If you are
not golr.g to send your family away this
summer. < ome (town lo see us. You can
buy a carriage and harness reasonable
and rn easy terms if you want to. Rub
ber tires also, but they're not altogether
necessary. We will be glad to sec you
COHKN-K l"I.M AN f’AHJtlAlili ‘ AND
Broughton and West Broad streets,
Bab oek's Representatives.
Mr. (.'has. Brant is t ow with us.
Laundered by Us
Obviate Wearing Coats.
"' " ", Bull Btr • ~
IF IfOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, order your lithographed and
printed stationery and blanjt books from
Morning News, Savannah, Ua.
LEOPOLD ADLER. c . S FI r t
President. Vice p,,sa.
BARRON CARTER. Assistant *" h ' 1(r
The Chatham Bank
Will be pleased to receive the
of Merchants, Firms. Individual, sink"
and Corporations. Ban k
liberal favors extended.
.Unsurpassed collection facilities
tng prompt returns. ln,ur *
Separate Savings Department.
INTEREST tOVIPOI \DED Ql
teuly o\ DEPOSITS.
Safety Deposit Boxes and Vaults r
rent. C orrespondence solicited. f
•irn CAP,TAL $500,000.
(solicit* Account. *| Individual*,
Merchant., Bank, and .the, c.roj.
Collection, handled with .. tel _
economy and di,patch. *
Interest compounded dnnrt.n.
allowed on depo.lt. in our Savt...
Safety Depo.lt Boxe. and
BRANTLEY A. DEASIARK, Pre.ld.,.
MILLS B. LANE, Vice Pre.lde,,
GEORGE C. I'REEMAW, Ca.hier,
GORDON L. GROOVER. A..1. Ca.ht, N
Accounts of banks, merchants, corpora
tions and individuals solicited,
Savings Department, Interest p,id
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaults fo
Collections made on all. points at re*,
Drafts sold on all the chief cities ol th
JOSEPH D. WEED. President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice President,
W. F. McCAULEY". Cashier.
of the State of Georgia
Hut plus and undivided profits—.. .—JSB .
PfctVtiiiUitl' (JF THU dl'A TM 'j,-
Superior facilities tor u.nsactlng a
Ljci.crai LaDMitk Do4:aui
c ollections made on all poiniu
accessible through out.us nd bankers
Accounts of tiajiks, danker*, Merchant!
and others tsoliciUd. bale Deposit Boss#
Department of Savings, Interest paysblt
Bells 6tearllng Exchange on London 4
JOHN FLANNERY. President.
HORACE A. CRANE. Vice PreaMwL
JAMES SULLIVAN. Cashier.
JNO. FLANNERY. WM. W. GORDON.
E. A. WEIL. W. W. GORDON. Ji,
H A. CRANE. JOHN M EGAN.
LEE ROY MYEHS. JOSEPH FERBT.
H P. SMART. CHARLES ELLA
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J. KIRBY
No. Into, Charter. 1, uu
Hills iMIf If
CAPITAL, JeOO.COO. BURPLUS. J1C0.009
UNIT LD STATES DEPOSITORY.
J. A. G. CAHSGN, President
BEIIC.E GORDON. Vic. Preaidant.
W. M. DAVANT, Cashier.
Accounts of banks and bankers, mar
ch ants and corporations received upos
the most favorable terms consistent with
safe and conservative banking.
THE GERMANIA BANK
*AV AN N Aid. ViA.
Undivided profits •°‘ oC *
This uank ou,ra its services 10 corpora*
Lons, merchants and Individuals.
Ha. authority tc act as executor, ad
ministrator, guardian, ete.
Issues drafts on the principal eltlsa !■
Great Britain and Ireland and on the
Interest paid or compounded quarter®
on deposit# In the Saving Department.
Sefetv Boxes for rent.
HENRY BLUN. President.
GKO. VY. TIEDEMAN, Vice Prealdaat.
JOHN M. HOGAN, Cashier.
WALTER F HOGAN. Ass t Cashier.
ANXIOUS TO SELL
A two-etory double cottage on § cor
A one-story rot ta re on a corner, and
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 well t- ,al
they will take a part cash and give lor *
lime on the balance at a low rate of in
terest. C. H. DOR SETT.
li Newsoaper Pul®.
For sale, a Forssith Newspaper Folder,
will fold sheet 27x42. It Is In good older.
Price SIOO. It coat originally 11.10®. bllt
we have no use for It and want the room
It will be an Invaluable adjunct to *“
Bavannab. <*• _
spec l At. HOTICBt.
av 411 not trouble you if yoH
NHOO.UI SHEET. It in l' ,r *' l "“
perf ii me.
In n toilet powder that inatnnri
pel* tlie dlmiree*ble odor* ~rl
OLD KTVI/I'l COLD rNB*"
given <|iilch relief for nun l>ur>> *" 4