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POLITICIANS ARE ALL THERE.
IIIIADI KOH TUB OHKMVi THI3
LKHIII'iTI MB TO-DAY.
Op|nnllln I" LHtl* * nr *pnl>'r
of tin- II or How rll lor I'rcsl
,|rnl ol Irnali—Sorfhrn Will Hr
PrrrrlPry ol ■••—Governor's
Mreaaac W 111 Hr Hrl Thle Worn
ln-*ome ol llir Principal I‘olafa
Hr Will Present.
Atlanta. 0.-1 B -The opening of the
ha* attract, 1 thr poilt i*n* Iron* all part*
o< Ihf atatr. and to-night the city la
crowded. * la u.util. on the eve ol open
Th. r. ir, no Judges and aolicltore on
hand however, and the pressure la re
Clerk John Molfaulllet will call the
limine .i order In-morrow morning at U
o'clock. ami Secretary Charlie Northen
will rwp lor ltence In the Senate at the
N.-arly every member will he In hin neat
ol the time, and to* soon w* the orimi
non la perfected, the Governor will aend
in hta annual mo- ige
The renting of the mean ige will occupy
aome time, and after that la completed,
the tenmal a*embly will adjourn
Candidates lor doorkeeper of the Sen
ate and House are busy to-day, at are
also candidates for messenger of the
House aid Senate.
Hntli %re llalmlna It.
The aspirants for Speaker pro tern are
getting In some work The race is be
tween Fnndr.d Mlt hell ol Thomas and
Newton Morns of Cohl The South itanr
g!a contingent Is all king to Mitchell, and
he also has a number ..f supporter* from
North and Ceotral Georg a Itoth Meaara.
Morris ami Mitchell ar. claiming their
election as speaker pro tern
•'I have eighty-five votes hi this hour. '
said Mr Mitchell 10-nlght. "and I think 1
can hold them and gm a few mow You
may say lha. I am a- certain to he elect
ed as to-morrow's sun Is lo rise "
Mr Morris refused to esttmaia his vote
but said It wtll be enough to elect 1
<|o not think my election has been In doubt
at any time since 1 arrived
Kor doorkeeper of the S. natc Wilson, of
Whitfield; Green, of Habersham, and
Caulk of Jefferson, ar. candidate-, and
for doorkeeper of th.* Mou-e Williford, of
Fayette, Itrady. of Daugherty, I.ewls. of
Thumus, and Milner of Campbell, are In
Flynn Margnt, of Harris. J Mc-
Curdv. of De Kalb, P F> Taulk. of Irwin,
and W J Harris of Twiggs, hove an
nounced for messenger of the Senate and
to-dav It lo.lts as If Haigett of Harris,
or M- Curdy, of lb Kalb, will be Ihe lucky
Speaker and President.
Speaker John D Ml tie mil be re-e!"t.d
without opposition as will John T. Bot
feulllet as clerk.
Clnrk Howell will be president of the
Senate and Charles P Northen. secretary
Secretary Northern anruoned his ap
elstanta this morning. They are C T
Houston of Thomas assistant secretary,
o. P Erw in of Haberaham. m> ssage clerk
and Guerry Brannon e< Qpltman. Journal
Si>eaker Mttle will announce, soon ef
tsr ihe House Is o'g*nix*d. the palms
tress of the House There are twenty-four
appi in's for the flic . but It I believed
that either Mrs Armstrong of Allan'*,
Mrs Thomas H R Cobb of Atlanta, or
Mis* Marlon Hmph of Carteravllle will
It Is not likely that any bllla will he In
troduced at the first day’s session Krllay
the regular routine will be commenced,
and on Saturday the Governor will be In
Gar. t andler's Message.
Gov Cnr.dler swvs the Atlanta depot
problem will be handled In a special mes
sage to accompany the commission’s re
port. recommending that the state hull.l
It. and accept per cent from the rail
roads as annual Interest for nineteen
The srhool question will be handled ex
plicitly and In detail He will fwvor a
law compelling each county to ticar Its
anare of Ihe school expense, and not >l
-a county to draw more from the
treasury than t* pays into that fund
The financial Interests of the stale will
show prosperity, and In consequence of
Increase In taxable property, n decrease
of one dollar per thousand In taxes.
The urtlforrolty text book question will
not he touched upon us predicted, ns Gov
handler's Information from Governors
Payres of Texas. M Million of Tennessee,
nnd McPweeney of South Carolina. Is fo
the effect that the workings of that sys
tem in their respeetlve states Is burden
some and unjust to the people.
Nothing will be said on the prohibition
question All the slate educational sys
tems ore shown to be In on extremely
The liemorntlr caucus will be held to
morrow morning at 9 o’clock
TOP THE COUGH 1Y D WORKK OFP
Laxative Promo Quinine Tablets cure a
raid In one day. No cure, no pay. Price
S cent* —*d
Eirjinw convict kill no.
I>rp*rn • Nmro Trlnl to Tnko thr
l.lfr of Town
G , (Vf. 23—An #*c*p**l
onnvfrt'from KmnnuH cmmty. At l*r**
for two or thr#** vno, h*<l t*##n ordor#<l
*rr#ti hy th# of that county.
Town Marh*l H E Bell ha* m-ii** rev
crl ntrmpt to rnptur# him. but follci
He had threatened the life of Mr Hell
#ever*l tim*e Mr. R*ll lock ed the nejrro
)t niiiht about 11 o'clock and went after
Mm He had a narrow eacape for htn life,
hut succeeded In plnctnj? three bullet*
In the proper place, killing the negro.
amKRiMTim i* PR.Ht:n.
Farm er With Money Mintrrloual)
Columbia. P C , Oct. 23 —Arthur McOea,
a farmer of meanr. living near Bolton
left that town yesterday with tar hla
home, and nothing has been heard of him
since. /He had sold some cotton and sev
eral person knew* he hod the money. It
Is believed that he was assassinated and
the bodv buried. Searching par flea are
out In all directions.
Biliousness. *<>ur stomach, constipa
tion and all liver Ills sre cured by
Hood 9 s Pills
The non-lrrltatlntf cathartic. Price
JS cents of all druggists or by mall of
C.I lluod <9 Cos.. Lowall, Mass.
Litany and Whltakar.
The only up c da's cafe suitable for
select parties In (he city.
One block from De Soto.
Phone set J. H. II ELM KEN, Prop.
COME TO MB.
Briny m. your furniture to be uphol
stereo. J have juat retelved the finest line
of covering* u and curtains In Savannah
Furniture leaving my bouse Is as good as
r.ew and as pretty.
P. B—Remember 1 make raattrsssaa.
(“THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS")
BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTIONS
UK AT fife
rOLB-DII, ylrdty at the 8t Jos
eph* Infirmary, Robert M Col# in hla
ye**r Interment at I-aur#l Grove C>nu*
tery S o'clock thla afioruoon.
CAFIR The relative* frlenda, acquaint
an* e* and family connexion* of Mr and
Mn Ja me* K P, Carr art* rtiorrifully
invited to ttlend the funeral of the latter
from Wwlrjr Monumental Church at I
o'clock this* (VVYdneaday) afternoon. Inter
ment at laurcl tlrove.
VALE NTIN E—The, friend* and ac
quaintance.- of Mr*. \\m M. Valentine.
Mr and Mra. John Kllroy and Mr and
Mra George }|oum are rrp tfully in
vited to attend the funeral of the former
from residence. Ml Huntingdon atreet,
rant, thla aftern , *r. Get 21. at 4 oYlock.
TTmtoClod(r ho. rva. v. * a. m.
A regular >ommumr<iilon of this aa
pi. thi-s <\Ydn*~dayi evening a: 8
The F C Degree will t>e conferred
Memte r of Meter lodg* • And vialtln*
brethren are ordlaJly Invited to meet
with ue A 8 COHEN W M
WAKING RUMKDL Jlt. 8 tetary.
OBOHOIA IRD IiAA4NA BAIIiBAI
Annual Merlin* of Morkholilrrt.
Savannah. Ua. Oct. M.
The annual meeting of the Mockholdera
of thla company w ill be held at the ofh. *n
of the company In the cHy *f Savannah.
<ia .on Wednesday. Nov 14. IS* l ' at
o'clock nur*ti, for the election of directors
and the tranaa. ‘tton of *u< h other hugJ*
n s us may com* before th* meeting
W \V MACK ALU Secretary.
lot Il l'll HIM Hit T MIA TOMH4 ( U l.
A meeting of the club will be held thla
<Wedneiulay) evening, H.3D o'clock, at La
bor Hail, north w*et corner liryan an*t
Aber orn ntreet* A full attendant** la
repeated Hualne** of Importance to be
ted T U lIILU President
One carload of Moyer* - One work of
Syracuse. N V.. ojx-n n<l fop buggies,
•he most complete line ever brought to
We defy competition on this work I
ui>k the publtr one and all who are In the
market for end and side-spring easy-rid
ing vehicle*, that they can he found at
my repository. Al-o a full line of deliv
ery wagon*, itptn and top. milk and l>aker
wagon* You make no mliak- by calling
at once and make your salectlon.
mark apples repository.
Sail Hroughton street. wet.
Kelly * Rubber Tire*, the only reliable
tire on the market.
tut humix V% tM l li
Proposal* will be received until noon
Friday. Oil 2k. for elx thou wind dollar*
of rity of Fatannah Bond* l*ue of IkW
and eighteen thousand dollar* luaue 179
The right I* reserved to rejeco any or
all bid* CHAS O. BELL.
Secretary of Sinking Fund Co*mnl*lon.
Savannah. Ua . Oct. 24. IMO.
All person* are hereby cautioned again*!
harboring or trusting any of the ore* of
the British steamship Ormesby. Robln
*on, master, from Tenerlffe. a* no debt*
of their contracting will be paid by mas
ter. owners or by
W W WIUSOM. Agent. Consignee
PHIM’Mk 41.S W I VI I l>
City of Savannah, OHlca Director of
Public Work, Savannah, tla., Oct 2J, 1W
—Sealed proposal* are wanted for fur
nishing the city of Savannah with 12,nai
square ywrd* of granite block*. Speclll
catlons furnished upon application*.
OKU M tiADSDEN. Dlr-etor.
RIGHT ROW |x IMB ntHB
To arrange for having your meat* sup
plied regularly. Your business will not
always permit your going to marked It - *
too much trouble, and when you ure’ln a
hurry to gel lo your business you name
limes forget your marketing aliogeiher
or until too late I make a specialty of
'■alering to the "don’t have times." Spe
cial attention to standing order*, or I
will sen-1 for your order*. Contult me
I ran save you time and money.
Both phones, 5,17 City Marks*
KAI/Am ( ti t
HE'TU HATT YND OYSTER MOPSB.
3 Bui! Btre-t
Blue Points. Little Neck Clanie. received
by every steamer Native Oyster* U> all
style*. Chop* ami steak* and game In
season. F.verythlng the I**l.
M. U ABRAMS. Prop
P. 8-Hot lunch from 11 to 1 every day.
IF it * Nlt l . v' R HAVE IT.
Fig* and Cherries In Maraschino. Dates
stuffed with Almond*. Pecans or Walnut*
Smyrna Figs In one and two-pound bask
ets. Boneless Sardines New Mincemeat
, HARDEE A MARSHALL
Phone MS. _________
The bear of all beers Is
All good psopls urtnk It.
WM BKICKEN. Manager.
JUNO BREWING CO.
i MBRGEftCt f •>
Prsscrtptlons tilled anytime, day or
night. Ws compound accurately, use
only tls best drug* The only wide awake
pharmacy In the southern section
PA 1(K AVENUE PHARMACY,
J. L. Branan. Prop ,
Corner Park Avenue und Barnard streets
Phone IMA •
Ost Wilson Whisky at RORT. REM
LKR’B. Liberty and Drayton. Head
quarters for ‘.ha beat brands.
Country trade solicited.
No charge for jug*.
AT G AHUM-TIPS.
Blceflcfd Lamb, lusi loti* atetk*. Juicy
roasts, tender chickens, fat turkeys, fresh
vegetables, ripe fruit All ready to go at
any moment My wagon go** your way
M. 8 OAKDNER.
Phone* 575 Wayne and Whitaker.
WALL PAPER, rai tg IHAMiiau.
Ws carry complete assortment of lat<t
style papers, and employ only b-at hums
See our good* and get our aailmate be
fore giving out your work. Our priest) Iha
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO..
Corner Drwyioe and Coograaa
THE MORNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 24. 1900*
VE flit It LED
IIIOAT IN THE WORLD.
We have Just received a shipment of
these elegant wheels, and can sufply toe
.Itft.rent height* of frame Tribune Bi
cycles have truly an enviable reputation
They arc a. know .edged by expert* to be
the BEST IN THE WORLD. Tribune
Bicycles are titled with CYCLOIDAL
SPROCKETS. No other wheel has them
Imitation* are numerous, but they do not
a- ompllsh thn desired result. By the
act urate fitting of the main mid pr<* k
et th*- chain roll* instead of sliding.
frW turn I* thereby reduced, and years of
service show no wear.
We sill only GOODRICH a:..l I'ALMEIt I
TIREJ, all of which ate sold with a mo.-t
liberal guarantee, at the following prices
The No 19 Goodrich Tire I 8 m (s-r pair
The No 999 Goodrich Tire . !■"•> per iwir
The Palmer Itoa.i Tire 12 00 per pair
Repairing Is done here by expert me
chantcM In one of tip best api*oinled re
(Mir snot is In ahe South.
Our enameling Is not excelled by Ihe
beat factory work
R. V. CONNKRAT.
BUI I'hone No *SO.
Nos 3M and 31* Bull Street
READ i iii—l.l IBM L
A. Savannah, Ga., wiltcs;
"F'or over ah year* I was Ihe victim of
n most Intolerable Itching, which made
my night* miserable and my .lays periods
of Irxlee. rlbable torture. During this t!m*
1 consulted physicians of the greatest
celebrity In all the piincliml idles of the
world au.l submitted to every known
treatment, mc.li 01. surgical nnd electrl
■■"il. without inn.'i! i mallv .11 in.- sug
gestion of Dr. J B. Head I w.-nt to Bu
wanee Springs, and after a stoy of only
three weeks, I urn now completely cured
of a malady which has been to me a life
long curse From the- remarkable sue
.e* attending my rare. I fed confident
that these springs will cure any caor- of
a similar kind. If the sufferer will only
drink freely of Ihe water I hope lhait
•his may meet the eye of other sufferers,
and that they may have the same good
fortune wht> h has attended mo tn at
last finding the 'healing spring' for one
of thn most annoying condition* to which
fleeh Is heir.”
The plant of the Forest City Varfilsh
Company,constdlng of engine.boiler.mills,
and nil other machinery, utensils nnd ap
purtenances belonging to sakl plant.
Also a lot of raw material on bind, con
sisting of gum whit, lead, minerals, dry
paints and other articles
This property can be ullilted at once,
and satisfactory terms a* to payment for
the same can also be arranged. The prop
erty can he Inspected upon application to
Bid* will be received by the undersigned
committee up to and Including Oct. 27.
19ttb. Bids lo be addressed to T. J.
O’Brien. Chairman, No, 118 Whitaker
T J O'BRIEN.
A 8 COHEN.
OTTO W NELL.
OrEN ALL NIOHT.
Beef. Win* and Iron 75c
Roach Salt (guaranteed) 10c
K R C *IOO
Talcum Powder, borated 5c
Palmers Toilet Water* soc
Empty Capsules. I*> for 5
T. P. Dyspepsia Tablets Free
Imported Castile Soap 50-
lnsect Powder. P D. A Cos She
Trusses 50- to (5.00
Syringes, Fountain 75c to 13 no
Thermometer (Fever) 5(- tolloo
We lead In everything In our line.
KNIGHT 8 PHARMACY.
Ga. Phone 539. Bell Phone 539
City of Savanniih.
Office Clerk of Council,
Oct. 19. 1900.
A vacancy having occurred among the
city physicians by reason of the resigna
tion of Dr. M H. l-evl of the Second Dis
trict, notice I* hereby given that an elec
tion will l>c held at the next regulnr
meeting of Council, to lie held on Oct.
31. at * p m.. to fill the uncxplred term
caunnl by the said resignation
All sppUcutlong to he filed with the
Clerk of Council at or before II m. or
the 31st Inst.
WM P BAILEY.
Clerk of Council.
HIGH • It" 111 T Mill PR H ll*.
A* wc'.l as the htxh r!as* of drugs and
chemicals used In our prescription de
partment and the general high standard
and moderate prices thereof, we have on
our shelves to offer at phenomenally low
prices Iho following standard prepara
Chinese Rat Killer I<V
Golden Seal Specific *IY-
Quinine Tonic Rlltcr* 55-
Laxative Santonin* Worm Candy ... 10c
Berlin Headacu* Powder* 10c and 36c
Hot YValer Hotilea and Fountain Syr
inge* at all prices.
Don't forge! to order your Sunday
Cream and Snoroel* early as po*lhle.
MASONIC TEMPLE PHARMACY.
HI V lltl.l THE It BUT GINGER ALE.
The beet I* the Wheeler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale. made bv Wheeler A Cos.,
of Belfast. Ireland from the celebrated
Cromac Springs of that city. These
spring* are the property of Wheeler A Cos.
hence no other Ginger Ale manufacturer
In Ireland ha ttMHM) waters hut them
selves The Wheeler Ginger Air I* made
from pure Jamaica Ginger Root anal not
from R'-d Pepper, a* aethers ar■, one 1*
deleterious—the other is a tonic.
For He*lthfulnrss and Purity the eele.
Orated Wheeler btand of Relfast Ginger
Ale Is Ih* best
Sole Southern Agents. Savannah. Ga. I
UOYDM EXEAT TED.
By the American Bonding and Trust
Company of Baltimore We are author
ixot to execute locally (Immediately upon
application), all hoods In Judicial pro
ceedings in either the state or United
State* Courts, and of administrators anal
DISARI NO A HULL Agents.
Telephone Sit Provident Rullatlng
Mil AMI drill " 1.l MHEH FOR
150.000 feel of ash. suitable for wheel
wright*. oarrlsg* maker*, car works and
Interior house Dnleh. Alsocypt*** lumber
of all *lx*. We have resumed cutting
our famous brands of cypres* shingle*
and will soon have a full line of them for
sale. VALE ROYAL MEG CO
Ot n CLIENT*
Loan money at six per ,er.t on real
I estate security.
BECKETT A BECKETT.
Attorneys at leant and Conveyancers. .
Superior to All.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West.
Exclusive Family Liquor Store
IN THE CITY. TRY OUR FAMOUS
Bell’s Pure Rye Whiskey.
Full Quarts 75c; four bottles, containing full GallontSS.OO.
REI LINGER HD ——- wo
DLLulllULn CO UUi| fell line of clawht winks.
RESTAURANT AND OYSTER HOUND,
111 Congress Street, West.
Blue Point, Hurknnny and Native
Oysters In all styles.
CHOr DTK IK*
AND GAME OF ALL KINDtI IN *n.A*ON
DINING ROOMS UPSTAIRS.
Messrs. Stoat Bros. Cos.,
Gentlemen—l hnve been a great
■ offerer from Indlaestlnn and snlTer
a ureal deal. Heard of your Vege
table Hitter* through a traveling
■ aleamnn In Baltimore. I procured
a bottle and Sad It glvrs me great
relief. I certainly rrrnmntrnd It to
any oar suffering from Indigestion.
lilt). A. CRANDALL.
lift West Broughton street,
Agent for following manufacturers,
make your selection from them:
Mayer, Columbus. Buckeye. Frasier.
Cortland. Waterloo, Watertown, West
colt. Bock HUL
Old Hickory, Mtlburn and Florence
Full ami complete line of Harness, Sad
dles. Lap Robes, etc.
K- key SprtngflcUl Rubber Tires pul on
at ahort notice.
RENOVATING— H ATTRF.ftSES HFN
Hair, moo. licking. fiber, feathers
Our stock of new material and manufac
tured products are up to date. Our r*no.
vatlng and remaking hs delighted many
prominent resident* Ask your acquaint
ances. Material* sent us Is pick'd, steam
ed. cleaned and medicated by modern ma
chinery. Making done hy mechanics. We
i-ontlne our work to mattresses and bed
ding generally. We sell ticking of all
kinds, moss, hair, cotton, fiber, feathers,
or any artt-le needed in mattress line
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO.
V ATI NO CO
Bel! Phone l!3t>. 331 Drayton wtreet,
mw BIX KMANVS CAFE.
GREEN TI'R-n-E SOUP,
will be oerved with Merchants' Lunch
this day Oyster* from the Oulf ro**t
received dally Also asm* and the finest
meal* are elegantly prepared.
GA PHONE 710.
Clly of Savannah,
Office Clerk of Council.
Savannah. O# , Oct is. pan
Dr Osborne acting city phym.-lan fee
the Beeor*l District, t* located at No .TOft
Price street. Office hours. (to 9a. m and
6 to 7 p m. W p BAILEY.
Clerk of Council.
YAK BUY AND SKLL HEAL t-.STA'I
Negotiate loan* on same at 5 per cent,
and coiiect rent*. Represent The Travel,
ere' Insurance Cos., accident and liability
department* Rsprntnl the New York
Underwriter* Fire Ins. agency H*pre#en|
the Greenwich Fir# In* Cos KepreteDi
the Phoenix Mutual Life In*. Cos. All bud
neea •ntrueted to u will be appreciated,
and will receive prompt and careful at.
tentlot No V B*v street, east Tele
phone its. w. c. FiuiT * ca
PIHt.ISMKD FOII INFORMATION.
City of Savannah,
Office Clerk of Council.
Oct. 19. 1W
The following resolution adopted at a
meeting of Council, held on the evening
of the 17th In*: . I* herewith published for
the Information of all concerned:
By Alderman Dixon—
Resolved by the Mayor and Aldermen
of the ettv of Savannah In I'ouncli as
sembled. That the ordinance for the re
naming of street* south of Anderson
rtrset ho published for Information and
that Council Invite* an expression of the
view* unit wishes of the cltliens of Sa
vannah. ami particularly of those
residing south of Anderson etreet.
or owning property In this sec
tion. concerning the wisdom and ex
pediency of the ordinance, those vie on* to
he expressed hy petition or other written
communication, or oraUy. at the next
meeting of Council at which time the
ordin tree will be read on Its passage.
An ordinance to r-lUfte the streets In
the city of Savannah south of Ander
Section 1. Re It ordained by the Mayot
and Aldermen of the city of Savannah
in Council assembled, concerning the
streets in the eity of Savannah south ot
Anderson street, that hereafter First and
St. Jnm< * rtreets shall be known a*
Second, Glliott and ft. Paul street*
*hll be hereafter known a* Thlrty
Third. Grapevine. West Third and St.
Nicholas streets shall be hereafter known
a* Thirty-third street
Fourth. Blsmark. West Fourth and St
John streets *ha!l he. hereafter known a*
Fifth. Struh, Wilder. West Fifth, Bt.
Michael nnd Brady street* shall be here
after known as Thirty-fifth etreet.
Slx'h. Willow. W**t Sixth and Bt
Thomas streets shall be hereafter known
a* Thirty-elxth etreet.
Seventh and Ejst Seventh street* shall
be hereafter known as Thirty-seventh
Eighth. Center. James and Etst Eighth
streets shall be hereafter known a*
Ninth end East Ninth streets shall he
hereafter known as Thtrfy-ninth streee
Tenth. Church ami East Tenth street*
shall be hereafter known as Fortieth
Eleventh and l.mnr street* (or avenue)
shall be hereafter known a* Forty-first
Twelfth nnd South avenue streets shall
hereafter known a* Forty-second etreet.
Sec. 5. Be It further ordained, that all
ordinances and parts of ordinances In
conflict with this ordinance are hereby
repealed. WM P BAILEY.
Cle'k of Council.
We are now moving our Wholesale De
partment to the commodious quarters 127
Congress street (formerly occupied by XI
Dryfus. and will be In perfect ehnpe In
a few days, and be pleased to serve our
THR WAY TO (lit) t ISPBTS
The only way to get your cirpets prop
erly taken up. cleaned and taken cire of
for the summer I* to turn the Job over to
the District Messenger and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 1. or call at 33 Montgomery
street, and they will make you an estl
mate on the cost of (he work Prices
reasonable They also pack, move and
store furniture and pt.inos
C H MBDLOOK, Bust and Mgr
RICE MILLING. HUE FLOUR. RICE
Wn have anew mill with all modern
processes, and machinery, and are now
ready for business. W e solicit your pat
ronage and Invlt* correspondence; rice
chaff free to patrons
TIIF, SAVANNAH RK~E MILL CO..
T M Cunningham. President.
John Screven Jr , Manager.
Picture Frames, Wall Paper. Water
Colors. Brushes. Gibson's Calendars.
GREENE A CO
A subtiliute for oil. palm nml white
wash Fire-proof and weather-proof. An
excellent disinfectant. Can he applied by
any one lo any ktml of surface with any
kind of brush. ANDREW HANLEY CO.
Another lot of those Patent Leather Vici Kid Shoes
just arrived, in Button and Lace.
All the new lasts.
Corner Broughton and Whitaker Streets.
Our stock is so full and va
ried in style that the simplest
as well as the most extrava*
ant taste can be suited.
All the newest tiling in sil
ver now beinK opened.
On Dress Shirts
Office arc null Street. Telephone 700
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Cos.
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms*
in lam Piste
For eale. a Forsalth Newspaper Folder,
will fold sheet KiL, It Is In good ordsr
Price 1100. II cost originally (1,100. bur
we have no use for It end warn the roars
It will be an lo valuable adjunct tn any
No IMO. Chartered, 19M.
IMIIIi Mil H
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UNITED STATES DEI*OSITOKY.
J A. O. CARBON. Pre-Id at.
BEIKNR GORDON, Vice PreoidenL
W. M DAVANT. Caehler.
Accounts of banks and l ankers, nvr
eban's and corporations received up n
tbs moal favorabl* term oorslatent wit*
oaf* and oonaervg'lv* banking
THE GEORGIA STATE
B I ILOINO AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
15 YORK STREET, WEST.
5 PER CENT, per annum allowed on
deposits, withdrawable o:i demand.
Intercat credited quarterly.
6PEH CENT, per annum allowed on
deposits of even hundreda, withdraw
able at annual periods.
GE<> W. TIEDKMAN, President.
B. H. LEVY. Vice President.
E. W. BELL, Secretary.
C. O ANDERSON. JR.. Treasurer.
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and work, oruer your lithographed and
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LEOPOLD ADLER. JNO. R. DILLON,
C 8 ELLIS. BARRON CARTER.
Y’lcs Presidesl. Assl. Cashier
The Chatham Bank
Will be pieaeed to receive the accounts
of Merchants. Firms. Individuals, Leung
Liberal favors extended.
Unsurpassed collection facilities. Insur
ing prompt returns
IXTEMiuST COMPOUNDED QUAHTCIL
LY ON DEPOSIT*.
Safety Deposit Boxes and Vaults fat
r*ni Correspondenes solicited.
The Citizens Bank
Transact* a General Hanking
Hollrlta Arroania of InillvtdaaK
Mrrclni uta, llanka aud oihrr ( orpo
Collection* handled with safety,
iTonomy anil illHiiiitch.
■ itlrrest, romponnded quarterly,
allowed on ilrpnslie In nnr Wnvlngs
Safety Drpnalt tloxe* nnd Storage
IIHYNTLRY A. DENMARK. Pre.blest.
MILL* 11. I.DK, Y lee Preatdcnt.
OKIIIItiK < . FitKElt IN, ( ashler.
GOKIMIN L. t.ltiMit Eit. Assl. ( ashler.
of the btnle of Georgia.
Hurplua and undivided ’prollts (•>;.*
DEcUdllUltY Ot Hit. oIA XL Of
Superior fM.lliiu-* lot transacting a
• iem-t-b oaneiag ttusinsse.
Collariion* ma3a aH polnS
Ible througl) banka end benaoro.
A'-ouiit* ut liatiks, lisnxeis, Hri > hanla
and others soliuttod. bate Deposit Uoxss
Department of Savings, Interest peyeble
Bella Sterling Exchange on Londoa ■
JOHN FLANNERY President
HORACE A CRANE. Vie* Presided
JAMES SULLIVAN r„*Mer.
JNO. FLANNERY. WM W OOBDON.
E. A WEIL W W GORDON, Jr.
H A CRANE. JOHN M EGAN
LEE ROY MYERS. JOSEPH FERST.
H P SMART. CHARI-Eff EL LIE
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J KIRBY.
Accounts of banks, merchants. lor per*
Hone and tndlvtduale solidieO.
Savings Departmsnt. ldsrest P*N
Safety Boxes and Bloraga Vault# W
Collection# made oo all points at rsa
Drafts sold on all the chief eitlee of the
JOSEPH D. WEED. President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vice Presided
w. r. McCauley, cashier. _
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided prollla *~ r
This hank off era its servloaa to corp-r
UOi.a. merchant# end iOJt'lduale
Has authority to act a# axecutor.
mlrdgtiator, guardian ale
Isaut* draft* oo the principal eltlsa ™
Great Britain aJ Iteland and on “
inter-at paid or compounded
an dap slta In the B tvings Depirtm-*!-
Ssf-ty Boxes for rent.
HENRY BI.UN. Prraldenf.
OED W TUtDRMIN. X’loe Pree
John M HOGAN. Cashier
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