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ATLANTA'S DEPOT PROBLEM.
SPECIAL COMMISSION H\S INTER
Commissioners Wont tile Cenirnl,
Altantn nod West Point ami the
Georgia Homls to Get Out of the
Atlanta Depot or I’aj Rent—Plans
Furnished by the Railroads Will
Be Used ns a Basis of Portlier Dis
Atlanta. Aug. 14.-Afior on nil day srs
©ion in the <?ta‘:e oapitol to-day the At
lanta 6p*•> ial Depot Commission appoint
o*l at the last Legislature adjourned until
TANARUS, Natures of the session were the de
cided inclinations of the commissioners
O make the Central, Atlanta and West
Point and the Georg; roads get out of
the present depot, and the agreement of
ail the roads to relinquish their claims to
interests in the property.
The commission claimed that the Cen
tral. the Georgia and the Atlanta and
West Point roads owed the state back
rental for the use of the depot. The roads i
dented this and held out firmly against ■
the claim. They admitted that the state
owned the land on which the depot stands
end a portion of the building, but claimed
that as the roads had contributed to the
cost of the building they still had the
rignt to use it un’ii another structure is
Gov. Candler said that the state would
not cfcveet them of their right unless a new’
depot was built.
President Egan of the Central said € lie
agreement to relinquish oil claims In the
property when u new structure wns built
would meet the approval of the Cerutral.
Commissiomeij Morris Brandon insisted
that the three roads should get out of the
depot at once or pay rent. Senator West
and Commissioner Bowers- agreed with
The commission will use the plans sub
mitted by the roads last summer a-* a
basis for discussion of the new depot. The
plans provide for an elevated station, be
ginning at the Forsyth street bridge and
running to Loyd street, with two surface
track- for transfer of freight. The com
mission would not agree to the plans List
year, hut will u&e them in all future dis
cussions as a foundation for something
In the session to-day President Egan
declared that the city of Atlanta was at
fault In failing to agree to the plan and
in objecting to everything proposed by
the roads. In the interval between now
and next meeting the roads will get to
gether and formulate other plans for the
consideration of the commission. All the
roads were represented In the meeting
and all the special commissioners were
INCREASE IN TAX IIETI H\S.
The lift Counties Heard From Hake
the Total *1 1,117,17a.
Atlanta, Aug. 14.—The tax returns from
115 counties have been received to date
by Controller General Wright. The in
crease in valuations shown thus far *s
$11,117,173. If the remaining twenty-two
counties run this amount up to $12.000,000
as it is believed they will, the state tax
rate will prdbably be reduced from $5.30
to $5.00 per SI,OOO.
Of the counties already reported nine
ty-four have shown an increase and twen
ty-one a decrease. Nearly every other
county yet to be heard from is expected
to show an increase.
Fulton county has not yet reported hut
from what can be learned at headquarters
the gain, if any, will he very slight. So
far Chatham county has shown the big
gest increase. Muscogee follows with an
increase of $645.610. The digest from Bibb
county was received this morning and the
net increase reported was $321,981. The
net increase in the returns over the re
turns of last year now amounts to $11,1171-
The following counties, nre yet to re
port: Baldwin, Bartow, Carroll, Chat
tooga. Clarke. Dawson. Dooley, Floyd.
Forsyth. Fulton. Irwin, Liee, Liberty,
Lowndes Me Duffle, Newton. Richmond.
Sumter. Telfair. Terrell. Wavne and
Worth. The returns in Bibb were not as
large as were expected, and the county
commissioners were somewhat disappoint
ed when the figures were made out.
Richmond county is expected to come up
with an increase of nearly two million.
PLACE WHERE XV XLKER FELL.
Movement Started by Veterans to
Hark the Spot.
Atlanta. Aug. 14 —A movement has been
started by Camp Walker, United Confed
erate Veterans, 10 mark the spot where
Maj. Gen. W. T. B. Walker fell.
Many fruitless efforts have been made
to find the exact spot where he fell, and
recently a committee was appointed from
the camp which bears the name of the
gallant and lamented General. The com
mittee went to work in earnest. They
spent several days out on the grounds
where the great battle was fought, and
after many inquiries of old citizens that
lived in the neighborhood tit the time,
the committee was at last rewarded by
finding an old gentleman, Mr. Parker,
who said he* could show the committee
within five feet of where Gen. Walker re
ceived his death wound in the defense of
the Lost Cause.
Gen. Walker, according to Mr. Parker,
fell wfthin a few’ yards of where the Mc-
Pherson monument, now stands. The vet
erans hope to erect a finer shaft than
that which marks the spo> where Gen.
McPherson fell. They will hold a fair
and will solicit subscriptions.
CRENSHAW AT SAN FRANCISCO.
Wounded Captain to lie IlrouKlit
to fils Home in Atlanta.
•Atlanta. Aug 14.—Cap: Frank Cren
shaw of the Twenty-ninth Infantry, wno
was severely wounded in th*- Philippine
Islands gev ral weeks ago, Is row in the
hospital in San Francisco
His father. Railroad Commissioner Jas.
C. Crenshaw, received a telegram this
morning which staled that the condition
of his son was dangerous, and it was ad
vi-able that he be brought home at once.
Capt. Crenshaw's brother is on route to
Fan Francitco now’ and will return with
the woundv and man as aeon as possible.
Capt. Crtnshaw was shot in th head
durir g a charge. He is well known in At
lanta and throughout the sta e. He was
a captain in Ray’s Immunes, and went
to Cuba w ith that command.
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Dentil of Mrs. J. YV. Overstreet.
Valdosta. Go., Aug. 14.—Mrs. J. W.
Overstreet died suddenly in this city lasi
night while preparing for a visit to her
mccher in another part of the city. She
was apparently In the best of health and
was dressing her baby when she was seiz
ed with a pain near her heart. Her hus
band ran to her and summoned a phy
sician, bui she died In a moment. Her
remains were carried to her old home at
Cat Creek for burial this evening.
To assiet dices ion, relieve distress
otter eating or drinking too heartily,
to prevent constipation, t ike
Sold everywhere. 29 cent*
JL “THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
Bottled at and imported from the
Apollinaris Spring, Rhenish Prussia,
charged only with its own natural gas.
Annual Sales: 25,720,000 Bottles.
WRECK ON THi; PLANT SVSTKH.
Freight Train Ditched and Smashed
by a Broken Kail.
Valdosta, Ga., Aug. 14.—There was a
dbastreus wreck cn * he Plant System just
before noon to-day near the Alapaha riv
er. between Naylor and Stockton.
A freight train of 70 tars draw’n by two
engines was running at a rapid rat“ down
toward the long trestle, when a broken
rail derail* and the fifth car from the en
gine. and ditched 31 of the cars behind
it. piling them up to a hight of 30 feet
along the track and right-of-way, and de
mcLshing most of them.
A pile driving crew had just been left
at Stockton or it would have been in
the wreck and the lo.' of life would have
The noon passenger train was just half
an hour behind the freight, and had the
wreck not occurred to the freight, the pas
senger train would have been in it. It
seems that only the hand of fate pre
vented a heavy loss of life.
The passenger trains are now being op
eiar-d over the Atlanta, Valdosta and
Wes ern road from Haylow and this ar
rangement will continue until the wreck
is cleared away. The engineer of the first
engine saw the broken rail, but was una
ble to stop the train, which ae a heavy
one. and running rapidly down grade.
DH. HALL MORTALLY IVOINDED.
The Fight XV a a the Result of an Old
Valdosta. Ga., Aug. 14.—News hasjreach
ed here of a serious stabbing affray ?.t
Lake Park, the parties to it being brotti
ers-in-law and prominent citizens.
It was the result of an old family feud
an<l Dr. John Hall is lying at his home
The stabbing is said to have been done
by Tom and John Corbett. The two men
according to the story which comes here,
met Dr. Hall in Prescott’s drug store and
a fight ensued between one of them and
Hall. Th-? fight became general, the other
Corbett taking a hand in it. Dr. Hall
was stabbed on both sides of his neck and
was almost disemboweled by a long gash
across the pit of his stomach. He also
received several wounds on the back.
He claims that both men cut him.
though witnesses disagree on this. The
sheriff went to the scene, but no arrests
have been made as yet. Hall may re
cover, but the chances seem to be against
MIMS’ STRANGE POLITICS.
Candidate for Mayor \\ lio Itefunen to
Solicit a Vote.
Atlanta, Aug. 14.—An announcement
made to-day by Major Livingstone Mims,
presklent of the Capitol City Club and
candidate for mayor, has created some
thing of a sensation in the political cir
Major Mims gave out a statement in
which he says he will ask no man to
vote for him.
His views are regarded as decidedly
unique and are particularly interesting be
cause of the fact that his three, opponents,
Frank P. Price, I. S. Mitchell and Nym
McCullough are still hustling for votes,
asking the suffrages of every man they
meet. They say Major Mims* plan has
been hitherto unheard of in campaign
movements and that he will surely lose.
Major Mims' statement follows:
“I consider the office of mayor one of
such dignity and consequence that per
sonal solicitation of votes would cheapen
both itself and the candidate. I never
have and never shall personally solicit
any man's vote for the office, nor will I
pay any man or men to solicit votes for
me. I will have nothing of the kind, nor
will I spend a cent nor permit my friends
to do o, either directly or Indirectly, in
the purchase of votes. I would not have
the office If it is to be procured by bought
votes, and yet I have voluntary expres
sions in my favor from nil sorts of peo
ple to lead me to believe I will be elect
ed. I prize them all the more because
they are spontaneous, unbought and un
solicited. Yet, I hold no man as pledged
to me, every one is free, to change his
mind or vote unquestioned, and for any
reason or feeling that seems best to him
and ought to do so if he feels so inclined.”
HIRM H HIST I’LAY GAMES.
Manager Borden*a Side of the Vlase-
Fernandina, Fla.. Aug. 14.—1 have no
ticed the recent correspondence in your
paper from Brunswick, in which it is said
that my <ewm played two games In
Brunswick, so that I could size up the
Brunswick team. I simply wish to say
that my club played two games in Bruns
wick, and we beat our opponents two
straight games, and this is exactly what
I went there to do. On my visit there I
did ask Manager Hirsch to call off the
three games for which SIOO had been put
up by each team, because I did not want
to feel compelled to play, and because a
backer of my club had put up the money
without consulting me. However. Mana
ger Hirsch refused to consent to call lit
ofT, and 1 told him I would certainly play
his club as agreed, and now’ I propose
to play these throe games In Savannah
for SSOO. or he must lose his money al
ready put up. I am also in receipt of a
letter to-day from Mr. Hirsch, asking
that we agree to pull down, but he is too
late now. and the games must stand as
they were arranged and agreed upon.
Thomas C. Borden,
Manager Fernandina Baseball Club.
The Best Prescription for Malaria,
,Chills and Fever. is a bottle of Grove’s
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is elm ply iron
gnd qulnino in a tasteless form. No cure
—no pay. Price 50c. —ad.
Glens Falls Races.
Glens Falls, N. Y.. Aug. 14— But two
events were completed In the Grand Cir
cuit Meet to-day. Summary:
2:18 Trotting, puree SI,OOO. Oeorgeni
won three straight he.its and the race,
with Lord Derby second, and Roster third.
Time. 214V*; 2:l4V*; 2:12V
2:09 Trotting, purse SI,OOO. Gray ton won
third, fourth and fifth heats and the race,
with Charity Herr second, and Dare
Devil third. Charley Herr won first and
sencond heats. Time, 2:13V*;2:12%; 2:12V4;
THE MORNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15. 1900.
HARTY.—The friends and acquaintances
of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Harty and
family are invited to attend the funeral
of the former from the Cathedral of St.
John the Baptist at 10 o’clock this morn
KELLY.—The friends and acquaint since s
of Mrs. Maggie Kelly and brothers. John
and James Murphy, are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral of the former
from the residence of her sister, Mrs.
John Sheehan, corner of Houston and St.
Julian at 4 p. m.
O’LYNNE.—The friends and acquain
tances of Mrs. Francis E. O’Lynne and
family are reeqjectfuliy invited to attend
her funeral from her late residence, 1002
Brice street, this Wednesday afternoon,
at 4 o’clock. i-
NOTICE TO SUPERIOR COURT JU
The twenty-four jurors who were notified
to appear on Wednesday morning are
hereby discharged until 10 o’clock a. m.
By order of His Honor. R. FalMgant,
Judge Superior Court.
J L. MURPHY,
Deputy Clerk S. C. C. C., Ga.
NOTICE TO CITY COURT JURORS.
Those jurors not engaged in the trial of
the case of Elizabeth Evans vs. Savan
nah. Florida and Western Riilway Com
pany need not appear until Thursday.
Aug. 16. 1900, at 10 a. m.
By order of the Hon. Thos. M. Norwood,
judge. waring russklu jr..
Clerk C. C. S.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be received until 12
o'clock noon of Saturday, Aug. 25, 1900.
for the erection and completion of two
frame school houses in Chatham county.
Plans and specifications can be seen at the
office of the Superintendent of Education,
Chatham Academy. Per order of
BUILDING COMMITTEE BOARD OF
EDUCATION. Aug. 14, 1900.
GRAND MOONLIGHT EXCURSION.
Last of the season on the palatial steam
Leaves foot Whitaker street Wednes
day evening 8:30.
Music by Middleton’s Band.
Proprietors of Suwanee Springs, Suwanee,
Gentlemen—lt affords me great pleasure
to be enabled <o give expression to my
high appreciation of the merits of the
waters of your springs as a curative
1 was a miserable sufferer with rheuma
tism, nearly all over my body. Had had
it six monchs. Was reduced in weight to
ninety pounds. Suffered great pain, and
when down could not get up without as
sistance; could not step further than
eight inches. I went to Suwanee Springs,
and after being there one week, I noticed
that I was getting a little better. But,
Oh! w r hat a change was wrought in me
in a stay of six W’eeks there. I whs en
tirely cured of rheumatism, was sound
and well, and I continued to improve af
ter coming home, and in one month af
terward I weighed 165 pounds, and though
ihis occurred eight years ago, I have
never felt rheumatism since, and I at
tribute it all to the virtues of the waters
of Suwanee Springs. Yours very truly,
THOMAS P. PIERCE,
All you can drink for 5 cents at Living
ESPECIAL INDUCEMENTS AT MARK
I offer to the public for fifteen days in
high grade work, two fine extension top
Carriages, 3 open Carriages. 6 Phaetons, 6
Runabouts. 2 Pneumatic Runabouts, 4
Handsome Traps, 20 Open and Top Spring
Delivery Wagons at factory cost, W’ith
freight added. This is no humbug. Call
and examine for yourself and you will
make no mistake. A full and complete
line of Harness at cost.
Mark Apple Carriage Repository, 320
Broughton street, west, use only the Kelly
Springfield Rubber Tire, the best on the
market. Phone 778.
LEVY 1 !
YOU WILL SAAB
TEX PER CENT.
By gaylag your bills on or be
fore the 13th last.
B. H. LEVY A BRO.
MV STALLS 1A THE OTT M.inKET
compare favorably with any in the larger
cities, both in attractiveness and the
bountiful supply of meats. To-day, Prime
Beef, Mutton and Veal. Matchless Corned
Beef, the very thing for lunch or any
other meal. JOHN PUNK,
Phones 557. City Market.
VOI R PRESCRIPTIONS
will be filled at Park Avenue Pharmacy
while yo wait. We fill them at any hour
day or night. The only live drug store
in southern section of Savannah.
PARK AVENUE PHARMACY,
J. L. Brnnan, Proprietor .
Corner Park avenue and Barnard St.
Get Wilson Whisky at ROBT. REM
LER'S, Liberty and Drayton. Head
quarters for the best brands.
Country trade solicited.
No charge for jugs.
The beer of all beers Is
All good people urlnk It.
WM. BRICKEN. Manager.
JUNG BREWING CO.
CHARLTON A CHARLTON.
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
Rooms 12, Provident Building.
Dinner 1 to 3 and 6 to 9. Wednesday,
Scotish Barley Broth.
Fillets Grouper. Tomato Sauce.
Potatoes ala Marechale.
Cold Slaw, Bell Peppers. Queen Olives.
Chow Chow. Mixed Pickles.
Ribs of Baltimore Beef, Dish Gravy.
Gold Band Ham, Champagne.
Cutlets of Mince Chicken ala Bordtlaise.
Baked Macaroni au Gratin.
Mashed Potatoes. Green Peas, Rice.
Stewed Tomatoes, Butter Beans.
PASTRY AND DESSERT.
Apple Pie. Assorted Cakes, Fruits.
Sago Pudding, Wine Sauce.
LEVAN'S CAFE AND RESTAURANT,
111 Congress street, west.
IT HAS XO EQUAL AS AX APPE
Mr. G. C. Crom, Route Agent Southern
Express Company, says: "My oldest boy,
Curtis, has been a sufferer from indiges
tion for the past five years, and I have
never found anything to give him relief
until I purchased a bottle of Bloat’s Vege
table Bitters. It has certainly been a
wonderful medicine in his case. We keep
it in our house and would not be without
it for ten times its cost. I cannot speak
of it too highly, as it has completely
made a cure of roy boy, who was an in
tense sufferer from indigestion. ’*
Traveling: men Indorse Stoat's
Vegetable (Utters as n remedy for
nil forms of Indigestion.
SELLS IT FOR LESS.
Borated Talcum 5c
Roach Salt 10c
Bryan's Chill Tonic 25c
Insect Powder, P. D. & Co.’s 40c
Palmer's Toilet Water 60c
4711 Soap ilk;
Fever Thermometer 60c
K. R. C. (Cures Rheumatism) SI.OO
Celery and Cocoa 75c
Beef, Iron and Wine 76c
Fountain Syringes. Bulb Syringes guar
anteed. Good goods, courteous treat
ment and one price to all.
Mail orders solicited.
Ga. Phone 539. Bell Phone 539.
will not trouble yon If you nse
SHOOMUSKEET. It la a pleasant
91 ELD EItMA
Is a toilet powder that Instantly dis
pels the disagreeable odors arising
OLD STYLE COLD CREAM
gives quick relief for sun burns and
BUY ONLY THE BEST GINGER ALE.
The best is the Wheoler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale. made by Wheelsr A Cos.,
of Belfast, Ireland, from the celebrated
Cromac .-springs of that city. Tnese
springs are the property of Wheeler A
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
la deleterious—the other is a tonic.
For Healthfulneas and Purity the cele
brated Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ale is the best.
Bole Southern Agents. Savannah. Ga.
PROPOSALS FOR PIHNISHIXG COAL.
Offieo of Savannah Water Works,
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 4, 1900.
Proposals will be received at this office
until Aug. 15 at 12 o'clock noon, city
time, for furnishing the water depart
ment with coal for one year, beginning
Sept. 1, 1900.
Specifications can be had upon applica
tion to this office.
I. U. KINSEY, Supt.
FANCY AND RE-PRESSED BRICK.
We manufacture and sell all kinds of
fancy and re-pressed brick, paving and
building bricks Our common brick are
the best for building purposes, being larger
than other kilns make, and cheaper. See
samples and prices.
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO.,
Congress and Drayton streets.
Fryers. Lamb. Veal.
Everything the best to be had.
Give me your orders early.
Phones 573. M. S. GARDNER.
Liberty and Whitaker.
The only up to date cafe suitable for
select parties in the city.
One block from De Soto.
Phone 646. J. H. HELMKEN, Prop.
THE W AY 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 on the cost of the work. Prices
reasonable. They also pack, move and
•tors furniture and pianos.
C H. MEDLOCK. Supt. end Mgr.
LAtttit. \v .UttHUtsk ANO
lo rent, located head of Broughton
atreet, 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 data
____ __ H p SMART.
WE 111 V AND SELL HEAL ESTATE,
Negotiate loans on same at 5 per cent,
and collect rents. Represent The Travel,
ore' Insurance Cos.. Occident and liability
departments. Represent the New York
Underwriters Fire Ins. agency. Represent
the Greenwich Fire Ins. Cos. Represent
the Phoenix Mutual Life Ins. Cos. All busi
ness entrusted to us will be appreciated,
and will receive prompt and careful at
tention. No. 27 Bay street, east. Tele
phone 318. W. C. FRIPP & CO.
IF IT'S NICE WE HAVE IT.
Drop in and get a Jar of sliced dried
beef or sliced breakfast bacon, n hot tie
of Pin-Money Pickles or Stuffed Olives
HARDEE & MARSHALL,
Best and Largest
3 for 5c smoke in the world.
INSIST ON HAVING
GLGTH TOP CIGARROS.
You will find them on sale everywhere.
WHY IS IT
That so many dealers are saying they have Coffee "just as good as”
There must be some reason. If you do not know, ask your neighbor. Or,
better still, get a can of the “real and only’’ Waldorf-Astoria and see for
Phones 554. MUNSTER ’g Duffy and Drayton.
NOT A PROPOSITION,
BUT AN ESTABLISHED FACT.
• PINKUSSOHN & C 0„ 39 Bull St., cor. Congress st. lane.
BONDY & LEDERER, Hakers, New York.
5 Please You.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West. Phone 383.
Exclusive Family Liquor Store
IN THE CITY. TRY OUR FAMOUS
Pure Rye Whiskey.
Full Quarts, $4; four bottles, containing full Gallon, $3.50.
nr I Plikl prn 0 nn Sole Proprietors, 43 Whitaker Street
DtLftllmn Cb UUm FtLLL^KRifwiNES
Liberty and Whitaker Sts.
A aubttltuta for oii. paint and white
wash. Fire-proof and weather-proof. An
excellent disinfectant. Can be applied by
any one to any kind of surface with any
kind of brush. ANDREW HANLEY CO.,
SAVANNAH FOINDIIY AND MACHINE
Builders of Marine and Stationery Boilers,
will furnish estimates on new work in
competition with Northern and Western
Repair work on Engines and Boilera
THE TIME OF AI, I, TIMES.
Have renovated at once your mattresses,
feather beds, etc , by our steam medica
ted process. (The only plant in Savan
nah) that overcomes all impurities,
whether contagious or otherwise. Have
reduced renovation of feathers for Au
gust as follows: Feather beds from $.1.00
to $3.60, bolsters from $1.50 to SI.OO. Pillows
from 7uc to 50c. Cotton, moss and
hair mattresses made to order. Will save
you money. Work guaranteed.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
Bell phone llSti. 331 Drayton street.
. BUNDS EXECUTED
By the American Bonding and Trust Com
pany of Baltimore. We are authorized to
execute locally (Immediately upon appli
cation). all bonds hi Judicial proceedings
In either the state or United State*
courts. and of administrators and
DEARING & HULL. Agents.
Telephone $24 Provident Bulking.
One of our clients has placed In our
hands $26,000 to loan on good Savannah
real sstate at reasonable rates of Interest.
BECKETT & BECKETT.
*4 President strsst, tast.
THE GEORGIA STATE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Assets over SBOO,OOO.
5 PER CENT, per annum allowed on
deposits*, withdrawable on demand. Inter
est credited quarterly.
PER CENT, per annum allowed on
deposits of even hundreds, withdrawable
at annual periods.
GEO. W. TIEDEMAN, President.
B. H. LEVY, Vice President.
E. W. BELsL, Secretary.
L C. G. ANDERSON, JR.. Treasurer.
OFFICE. 15 YORK STREET. WEST.
is a good time to have your watches
put in condition. We are better pre
pared than ever for this work. Re
peaters, Chronographs and ordinary
watches of the finer grades put In
condition now. can be splendidly
regulated. We give proper attention
to the cheaper grade of watches,
producing the best results possible.
Look into it and avoid the busier
Residence 118 Gaston
All conveniences. Can be
rented from Ist August.
CHATHAM REAL ESTATE AND IM
14 tiryan Street, East.
fo Mm Site.
For aa’e, a Forsaith Newspaper Folder-,
will fold sheet ZVx4a. It la In good order.
Price SIOO. It cost originally $l,lOO, but
we have no uee for It and want the room
It will be nr invaluable adjunct to any
Picture frames made to
order. Best work. Lowest
prices. Greene & Cos.,
138 Whitaker street.
IfV the maker
for the sake
of a dime,
at the most.
STACY ADAMS & CO.
! reduced from 5.00, will please
your feet. They have all the
style and more ease than most
LEOPOLD ADLER, JNO. R. DILLON,
C. T. ELLIS, BARRON CARTER,
Vice President. Asst. Cashier
The Chatham Bank
Will be pleased to receive the accounts
of Merchants. Firms, Individuals, Banks,
Liberal favors extended.
Unsurpassed collection facilities, Insur
ing prompt returns
SEPARATE SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
INTEREST COMPOUNDED QUARTER.
ly On deposits.
Safety Deposit Boxes and Vaults fo*
rent. Correspondence solicited.
The Citizens Bank
Trull Sue fa General liuuking
Solicits Accounts st Individuals
Htrebssts, Banka and stker Carp*,
Collections handled with safety,
economy anil dispatch.
Interest compounded quarterly
uiisw.d on deposits In oar Savings
Dcgoslt Boxes and StorasS
BRANTLEY A. DENMARK, President,
MILLS B. LANE. Vie# Presides!.
GEORGE C. FREEMAN. Cashier.
GORDON L. GROOVER, Asst. enable*
of the State of Georgia.
C a Phal $500,009
DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE OF
Superior facilities for transacting a
General Banking business.
Collections made on allpoints ’
accessible through banica^and
Accounts ot Banks, Bankers, Merchants
and others solicited. Safe Deposit Boxei
Department of Savings, interest payable
Sells Sterling Exchange on London A
JOHN FLANNERY. President.
"PttACE A. CRANE, Vice President
JAMES SULLIVAN. Cashier.
i yU . ™NEKY. WM. W. GORDON.
H r-tfJVr'r- W W. GORDON. Jw
JOHN M. EGAN,
LEE ROY MYERS. JOSEPH FERST.
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J. KIRBY.
Accounts of banks, merchants, corpora
tions and individuals solicited.
Savings XUpartment, interest pal<i
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaults fol
Collections made on all points at rea
Drafts sold on all the chief cities of tbs
JOSEPH D. WEED. President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND, Vice President
W. F. McCAULEY. Cashier.
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided profits !.!.!!!..*fc#*
This bank ouers its aer.icealo corpora
tions, merchants and individuals.
Has authority to act as executor,
nlnlstralor, guardian, etc.
Issues drafts cn the piincipal cities 1*
Great Britain and Ireland and oo tM
Interest paid or compounded quarter 1 !
m deposits In the Saving DepartiDeat,
Safety Boxes for rent.
HENRY BLUN. President
GEO. W TIEDEMAN. vies President.
JOHN M. HOGAN. Cashier.
WALTER F. HOGAN. Ass t Cashier
No. .040. Chartered, wo
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CAPITAL, LUO.'XX). SURPLUS. llOO.Owl
L'Nuab STATES DEPOSITORY.
J. A. U. CARSON, President
BEiitNE GORDON, Vice President
w. u. DAVANT, Cashier.
Accounts of banks and bankers, mef
chants and corporations received upoa
the most favorable terms consistent wits
cafe and consonance banking.