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EDUCATION OF THE NEGROES.
A 1111.1 TO W%K: THEM MV t'OH
U II vr TMl.t litT.
grantor Bril VVanii Ike ‘'•lr trl-
Iration l.nxv llr|*ealed~Har*ard of
Until) Urn lirrat Need lor IVnalon
Hrlora- Leglalatnr* 100 !>•“■•
Iral to Repair the < splint Bolltl
ln—l>u>t I'mtn till- t npllol I arprta
Made the tirait Gran t.ri-ro.
Atlanta. Oct 30 The H-nator from thr
T|j:rtv-nlnth lnirt ■ Mr Bell, li thr
fathar of a profattdikxn I® ntkr thr ntßm
pay for th edu <!• -n hr ni He rent
In a bill IM- rooming forbidding the ap
propriation of any taxer to the education
of thr re*m except thr>a paid by person*
Cf hta oat <i. t
Mr litll l* of thr oplnon, h suys. that
(hr a bite man’* burden" has been borne
A bill baa been Introducrd looking !o tht
repeal of the registration la* Senator
Hell B* author declares thr la* to be opr
of the moat outrageous In < xlstenre lie
doetn t wont It amended. he aavs. but
done away with entirely. Thr Senator
went *o far a* to hirarterixe It a* the
moat infernal outrage ever perpetrated
upon a people.
Fein too llrform Needed.
Mr Harvard of Dooly alii inlrodtirr a
bill in thr Moure neat week to revtar thr I
preeort pension laws so as to have thr j
grand Juries of (bunt let p.i* on applies
tlons for pensions before (hey are ernt
(o the pension ommlasloner for approval
Mr Harvard believe* lhal too many pen
sion* are being paid to those not entitled j
in them. and h- cays lie want* no man j
or woman to draw a pension who l able )
to ll' M H-ii ■ "
Include in his bill a provision to have the
grand Juri. a revise all penalon* now being .
paid and to strike ofT the names of those j
who are aide lo live without them. Mr
Harvard nays that he knows of several
dlsttngulshid Georgians who are not In
peed ol pension money, hut who from
year so year draw money from the state
mill ol Hoof beaks.
The rapltoi roof leaks and has been In
that eon-in Inn since the last leglslatur
was in session during the fall of 1W
But the legislature coukl not he Induced
to appropriate money for repairs Even
last session the ttn'became loosened and
one afternoon during violent windetornt
•he roof rattled so that the members wer •
startled In their seats Not a dollar has
been appropriated by the legislature to
keep the enpttol In repair since It was
accepted by the state some twelve years
ago The carpets are worp and ruety
and were an ' reeking with dual, dirt and
flnh" when they were token tip In lb
turnin' r of IKO that the beating out pro
cess tUV took place vat the copltol lawn,
a- cording to Adjutant General Byrd, so
enriched the glass lhal where 117 loads
of manure were used for top dressing in
189*>. not a shovelful was used in 1*99. and
•till there was a beautiful and luxuriant
carpet of grass nil summer
• TOPS THE I Ol'tiH VMI WIIHI 3 OFP
THE ( OI.D.
Laxative Prnmo Quinine Tablets cura a
cold tn one day No cure, no pay. Erica
ABOLISH VeiiHO TROOPS.
Byrd's Rernminendatlan unite nit
ferent From That of Ohear.
Atlanta. Oct. 30—In his annual report
to the Governor. Adjt Gen. Phil G. Byrd
gays the negro troops are of no use. and
recommends that they he mustered out
Inspector General William G. Obear, in
Ms annual report, ears the acven com
panies of negroes are In a splendid onndl
tlon. and states that on his last Inspec
tion tour the negroes made a very credit
There is a decided difference In Ihe two
reports, and they come from the hea-tr of
the military departments In Georgia Byrd
as Adjutant General recommends the abo
lition of the negro battalion, and Obear
as Inspector general states they are tn
good condition, and falls to recommend
that they be mustered out.
Inspector General Oliear's report deals
with the military as a whole, and give*
all the com mends a go-sl name The wide
d tscreiain -y is causing talk among mili
tary meK Inspector General Obear re
fused to discus# the situation this morn
ing further than to ) that his report
had been tiled wish the Adjutant OenerV
The legislature last year. In the hill
reorganising the state militia, provided
that there be seven companies of colored
troops and under that law seven com
panies were organised Whether the leg
islature will adopt the suggestion <f the
Adjutant General remains to lie ren I:
la not likely, however, that any change
will be made for the neat two years The
talk Is of Ihe difference In the reports of
the two officer*, and the que*tlm asked
Is. "Why such a difference?"
jinor r*LLiu.i\T for oovfrsoh.
Ill* >am<- Meet* \VIh Mnrh Favor In
Dublin. Oa . Oct. JO—The talk of put
ting Judge Robert I'oJiiiont forward ao
a aurce*or of Gen Rvan* a> commander
of the Confederate veteran* of Georgia
ha* brought forward the thought, why not
Induce thl* diattngulohed ex-Confederale.
Jurist lawyer and elegant gentleman to
lead flouth Georgia * tight for the trover
rtorwhop In li*s fin Saturday o well
knowt. Dublin |Hilktlclan mentioned hi*
name to n crowd anti nil aareed that a
Itetier man a* Gov. Candler's successor
couldn t be selected One old soldier re
marked that If he ai an orator he would
ptumi> the Hate for the Judge If he de
cided to offer for the office, it* a braver
■oldler never fought for the Ixt Cause
Huron I* f mm nu llttme.
Atlanta. Oct art —A telegram re-elvef
from Senator A U Ha -on thla morning
announces that he will be In Atlanta Fri
day He la now taking an active | art In
the Illinois campaign hut will flniah hi*
work In that *tate to-morrow.
Just before retiring. If your llTer H
•lusclah, out of tune and you feel dull,
billoui. constipated, take a dose of
And you II be all right In lb# morning.
spgM i ii some ml
Furnil -re u,. ,u!;-< re-i and made good a*
new. Muttre-ree made of the b--a< moss
and hair DAVID CLARK
* iti Jefferaon ,treet
P t.-l have re elved the fine,l line of
curtain wood- and upbolstery material
brought to tni* city.
The finest line of Mantels. Tiling and
Grate, in '.i rlty Price* rock tmtiom
gave money hy ae-ing out goala btlor--
•AVANSAH r.riLDING SUPPLY CO.,
Corner Cotigrtu and Dray too.
“THE POPULARITY OF
JL 7 ("THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS")
is chiefly due to its irreproachable character.”
"DRINK NOTHING but Natural Mineral Water, such as
Apollinaris, free from all vegetable poisons."
DIED—On Thursday. Oct 23. In New
York rlty. Trank Junius Abbott Inter
ment at Syracuse, N Y.
HAILEY—The relatlvts and friends of
Mr and Mrs W. F Hall y and family
are Invited to attend the funeral of their
-laughter Marie T . at th- Laurel Orov
- emetery at 11 30 o'clock Ihlr morning
(TATRA I. nr GEORGIA RAILWAY
Annual Meeting of Stork holders.
Bavnnnnh. Ga . Sept 25. 19m
The annual meeting of the sio kholders
of this company will be held at the office
of the company. 13 Hay street, cast. In
the city of Bavannab. Ga-. on Tuesday,
me 9th day of October neat, at 11 fl m
city lime, for the cle tlon of dlr.clors
and Ihe transaction of such other hurl
ness as may com'- before the meeting
T. F SMITH. Asst Secretary
TO THE VOTER* Of fOl RTH G. M.
A meeting of the Fourth Dlatrlct Reyn
nolds nub will be held corner Aherrorn
and Brywn atreets Wednesday. 31*1. at a
Please attend Business of Importance
Uve Issues for discussion.
Tllof! I* HILL. Chairman
• rgCUL NOTICE#.
in the m vd hi h.
In the mad rush for our ices and soda
water (the prescrtptlonlsis ail being busy
an dutiable to direct the crowds to she
doors) the large plate glasa tn the west
window was walked Into hy the onlhiisk
alle crowd and smashed Call in and seo
nil that Is left of It. Iking and beautiful
prism- forfed by (he crash are Mill lo
be seen sparkling In the sunshine or
moonlight, and In looking through makes
rt alm-i*t Impossible to distinguish the dif
ference between Ihe ire creams and sher
bet* Bend your Sunday orders early lo
Insure prompt delivery
MASONIC TEMPLE PHARMACY.
Georgia Phone 682
STATE AMD COI ATT TAMES. IK.
Office Collector Btate and County Taxes.
Chatham County. Ga.. Savannah. Oct
The digest la now open for th collec
tion of the al-ove taxes on all property
real and personal, the specific t ig on pro
fessions; also the Poll Tax for Educational
Purposes on all Male ttealdenla of the city
and county between the ages or 21 ini
> years. Office at the Court House
Hours, 9 a m to 3 p. m
JAB J MoGOWAN.
Tax Collector. C. C.
ROYAL Vlt'Olf HALL.
314-319 Broagnton Street. West.
WEEK OMMENCING MONDAY. Ol 29
K,r,t Apt* aranre of
BlLLY—Nayamlth end R-wt—ZETTA.
Comedy Sketch Artlat*.
MISS HAZEL HOWARD.
A Charming Entertainer.
OEORGE—W*M and FowIer—JENNIE
The Two Eocenlrte*
And a brand new aerie* of
BEST SHOW OF THE SEASON
MB. JOIIX n. PARKS. 11l AIXF.AX MA3I
AGBtt OF THR ATLANTA Itit.)
JOIHVAL. WHITE A OF* St WAT BE
* • The bathing tn and drtn'ilng o( the
water from thb spring will cure the mot ob
etmatr caeea of libaunialism Dva|p,la
Liver. Kidney. Bladder Skin and Blood DU
I have personally seen an,l experienced *1
mot uiarvlou* cure* by uii,g tht* water I
went lo Ihe j,rlnr *lm.>*l a herplea* Invalid
from rbeumalUm and. alter remaining there
fortourweok, returne<l bom,-entirely cured,
never having felt a touch ol rhe imatirm *inc,
my return io Atlanta JOHNS PAItKS
All you can drink for & cent* al Llvlng
L ATHE FOR a ALE.
A compound seared lathe (made
by 11. L. Sheppard A Cos., Cincinnati).
Will >wlD, 11 Incite*. (I feet brlvveru
crnlera. Will be anld cheap, aa wr
have no u*e for It. Apply to or ad -
THE MOHhIAG TEWS,
BECK MAY V# CAFE,
113 and 111 Whlt.iker street.
We are now prepared to nerve Ihe flr.e*l
mrata, oy*l< r, and game Caterers for
wetldlng panic*, gcmiati,. banquet* and
Agent* for Imported Wuerxburgre llof
tlrau. Phone 710.
WHY OF Ol HE IT* *ll.
Fv-rryhody nay* the brat meat* In
thr city are to lee bad at my *tnll*
In thr rtty market. What everybody
• aya moat be no. To-day Prime Beet,
Vlntton ond Veal, Lamb. Pork, Match
lea* Corned Beef, etc.
Both phone* AAT. JOHY El YK.
i hi. RvTO< LB vv vti lii *
The only way to get your carpet* prop
erly tnk, up. cleaned and taken care of
for the rummer t, lo turn the Job over to
the Dlatrlct Meoaenger and Delivery Cos.,
j telephone 2. or call nt 32 Montgomery
I tr*et. and they will make you an e,tl
mate on th# coat of the work. Price*
reatonable They alao pock, move arid
More furniture and punoa.
C II MEDLOCK. Hupt and Mgr
PHOPONVL* H AY TED.
City of Savannah, Offiee Dirac tor of
Public Work,. Savannah. Go , Oca. 25.
19fo —Sealed proposal* will be received al
i thin office until Wednmdnv. Oct. 31. ]9>>
at U o'clock noon, city lime, to rural**
1 the cMy ol Savannah with uppll** until
I Nov sn. 190, Ail proposal* mail be m,idi
ot, official form* which ran he secured
at thin office on ami after this -la'e
Envelope lo be marked "Proposal* for
Supplies-" The city reaerve, ihe right to
reject any or all bid* Bidp to bo open
ed In the pr**enre of bidder*
GEO. M GADSDEN, Director,
THEMOKNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1900.
PHILADELPHIA St R APPLE,
Broiled or Boiled
Stewed or Fried.
BLCE POINT and
Berved all styles.
GAME IN SEASON.
Everything flrst-cUta. Dining rooms j
RESTAURANT AND OYSTER HOUSE.
11l Congress street, west.
neat In Tone,
!!et in Our*l>lllly.
Brit An Ptyk and Finish.
(KI.KBHATKI) THR WOULD OVER.
MINK AM) GOOO.
Two of These iilflcrnf I'lanos to
Re sold nt
AtCTION NOVEMBER ,
C. If. DOR MOTTO#
22 Converts street, west.
TO BE NOLI) TO
THE MHillEftT II11) DEH
Jt ST RECEIVED
One carload of Moyer,' Rne work of
Syracuse N. Y , open and top buggies,
the most complete lino ever brought to
We defy competition on this work 1
ask the public one ,nd all who are In the
market for end and ,lde-pring easy-rid
ing vehicles, that they ran be found at
my repository. A!o a full line of deliv
ery wagon*, open and top, milk and baker
wagon* You muke no mistake by calling
at once and make your selection.
MARK APPLE'S REPOSITORY,
32*> Broughton street, west.
Kelly's Rubber Tire*, the only reliable
tire on th* market
For thle delicacy, and other aea
annable dishes that are not served
elsewhere, come here.
OYSTER*, from Golf and Northern
waters, t.(R*TF.H* and G A VIE a apr.
Prepared by the heat eooka In the
*onth. Faaltle**ly aerved.
THE GEM CAFE,
GEO. C. tM HVV AH/.. Proprietor.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Beef. Wine und Iron 7&c
Roach Salt tguarameed) 10c
K R C HOD
1 Talcum Powder, berated 5c
I Palmer'a Tollot Water* 50c
I Empty Capsule#. Id) for 5'
' T. P. Dyspepsia Tablet, Free
Imported CaMlle Soap 60c
Insect Powder, P. D. A C 0... toe
True,** ' IP to 13.00
Syringe*. Fountain .* 75c ti 13 no
Thermometer (Fever) 6l)c to 32 00
We lead tn everything In our lln*.
KNIGHT 8 PHARMACY.
On Phone 539. Ball Phone 519
VIVBK VI'I'I 1
sat) West Brounbton street,
Agent for following manufacturer*,
make your selection from them:
Mayer. Columbua, Buckeye. Frailer.
Cortland. Waterloo. Waiartown. Weat
cott. Rock Hill.
Old Hickory. Mllburn and Florence
Full and templet# line of Marne*,, Sad
dle,. Lap Robes, etc.
Kelley Springfield Rubber Tire, put on
at short notice
PROPOSAL* \V ANTED.
City of Savannah. Office Director of
Public Work. Savannah. Oa.. Oct 23. 1900
—Sealed proposal* are wanted for fur
nishing Ihe city of Savannah with 12.000
square yard* of granite tyloeks. Specifi
cations furnished upon ipplicailon,
OEo M OADBDSN. Director
SEAtOY FOB WHISKY.
Bend your order lo Robert Rentier, cor
ner of Liberty and Drayton. Savannah.
Ga., for the heat Whisky In the market.
You will be served right. Only Ihe bed
brand, handled. No cha,*- lor Jug*
ROBERT REM Lint
All person, are hereby warned not to
! harbor or trust any of the crew of the
j Norwegian bark ''Prime George.” a*
j neither the master nor .onslgnee* will Ir
responsible for any debt* contracted by
Patereon-Downlng Cos. Consignee*.
met l NOT II ?
Neither the master not cor*lgn*e* of
the Rrltleh etenmahlp "Elton" will he re
sponsible for any dr bis contracted by the
BTRACHAN A CO Consignee*.
Savannah, Ga., Oct. 31. 19(91,
We never tire telling
you that Humboldt Cr
gars are “as good as
currency.” Old smok
ers knowthis; newones
should learn it.
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 Gallon,s3.oo.
RFKINRFR & P.n 84kI,reprl '-0 8 A 1 .‘ , - K ‘ k " 9lml
ULLOIiIULII CU UUl| FULL LINE OF CLARET WINES.
Messrs. Sloal Bros. Cos.,
Gentlemen—l have been a great
sufferer from Indignation and *nffer
a great deal. Heard of yonr Vege
table Batter* through a traveling
salesman In Baltimore. I proeored
a battle and ffnd It give, nt* great j
relief. I certainly recommend It to
any one Buffering from Indlgeallon.
V oar* respectfully.
(HAS. A. CRANDALL,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist*.
Wholesale Department. HIT ( on
gresa street, weat. Georgia Phone
Hr toll Store*. I.'W C ongre** alreet.
west. Bell I'toone 144. Bull aud
rkaryan street*, under Ar
aennl. Bell and Georgia Phonea 03.
BIDS W ANTED.
City of Savannah, office Director or
Public Works Savannah. <3u , IX4 25.
1900 —BUIs will be received at this office
until Wednesday. Oct. 31. 1900. it 12
o'clock noon city time, for furnishing
feed a, follow*
No 1 Timothy hoy. per W 0 pound*; best
quality feed bran per 100 pounds, bee:
quality corn, per buahel; best quality
rnix.-l oats. To l>e weighed at the city
lot Envelopes to Is- mjrked "lti.l* for
F. *d " The city re serve* the right to re
ject anv or all bkl* Bl.la to be opene-l
in the presence of bidder*
GEO M GADSDEN. Director
BUI mLHBi Bit E Fl.Ot B, HUE
We have anew mill with all modem
proeeese, ond machinery, and are now
readv for business We solicit your pat
ronage and Invite correspondence; Go#
chaff free io patrons
THE SAVANNAH RICE MILL CO..
T M Cunningham President.
John Screven. Jr.. Manager
TIIF HI D IIEVIIT.
Cincinnati Beer Is Ihe popular beer now
It seems to he mad* Just right Ask for
It wherever you go
JUNG BREWING COMPANY.
WM RRICKEN. Manager
IF IT'* Nit E. WE HAV E IT.
Large assortment Whitman'* Candle*
Mavonnalse Dressing. Chll* Sauce. To
mato Chutney, Anchovy I’aate.
New Georgia Syrup ami new Mackerel
rhone 9.Y. HARDEE & MARSHALL.
any time of night.
You can gel your prescription, tilled any
time of .lay or nlghl at Park Avenue
Pharmacy Phone 114A
PARK AVENUE PHARMACY.
J L BRANAN. Proprietor.
Corn, r iu .ve. and Barnard at.
ME Ml V AYD SELL HEAL ESTATE,
Negotiate loan* on same at 6 per cent,
and collect rent a Represent The TraveL
era' Insurance Cos., Occident and liability
departments. Represent Ihe New York
Underwriter, Fire In*, agrney. Reprogrnt
th* Greenwich l-'lre In*. Cos. Reprcopt
the Phoenix Mutual Life In*. Cos. All busl
ness entrusted t>> us will be appre ated.
and will receive prompt and careful at
tention No 2/ Bv alreet. east. Tele
phone 34* W. C. FRIPP A CO.^
City of S.vanngh,
Offi.-e Clerk o' Council.
Savannah. Oa.. Oct 19. '.ftP
Dr. Osborne nctlne city p-.yalclan f r
the Second District I* locate ! ot No ,T)5
price street Offi e hour*. 8t- 9 n m and
to 7 p. m 3V P BAILEY.
Clerk of t.Ysunrll
BOYDS EXECI TED.
By the American Bonding and Tru*t
Company of Baltimore We are autho--
unt I# execute locally (Immediately UI:I
appllcatlonl. nil hood. In Judlrlal pr--
■ .ilnas In either the state or liu:ed
State* Court,, and of admimstraiot* and
HEARING A HULL Agent,.
I Telephone 324. Provider.t Building.
City of Savannah.
Offlcu Clerk of Council.
Oct. 19. 1900
The following resolution adopted at a
meeting of Council, held on the evening
of the Uih Inst, la herewith published for
'he Information of all concerned:
By Alderman Dixon—
Resolved by the Mayor and Aldermen
of the city of Savannah In Council a
■embled. That the ordinance for the re
naming of atreets south of Anderson
street he published for information and
that Council Invite* an expression of the
view* nnd wishes of the clttxen, of Sa
vannah. and particularly of thoae
residing south of Anderson street,
or owning properly In this eec
tlon. concerning the wisdom and ex
pediency of the ordinance, those Views to
be expressed by petlilon or other written
communication, or orally, at the next
meeting of Council, at which time th#
ordinance will be read on Its passage
An ordinance to re-name the streets tn
the city of Savannah south of Ander
Section 1. Be It ordained by the Mayor
and Aldermen of the city of Savannah
In Council assembled, concerning the
street, |n the city of Savannah south ol
Anderson street, that hereafter First and
St. Janus atreets shall be known as
Second. Glllott and St. Paul street,
shall be hereafter known s. Thirty
Third. Grapevine. West Third and Hr
Nicholas street, shall be hereafter known
' ae Thirty-third street
Fourth. Ulsmurk. West Fourth and St
John street, shall be hereafter known as
Fifth. Sarah, Wilder. West Fifth. St
Michael and Brady streets shall be here
after known a* Thirty-fifth street.
Sixth. .Willow. West sixth and Si.
Thomas streets shall be hereafter known
as Thirly-elxth street.
Seventh and East Seventh street, shell
be hereafter known as Thirty-seventh
Eighth. Center, James and Erst Eighth
street, shall be hereafter known os
Ninth and East Ninth street, shall be
hereafter known as Thirty-ninth street
Tenth. Church and East Tenth streeD
shall be hereafter known as Fortieth
Eleventh and I-mvir streets (or avenue)
shall la- hereafter known aa Forty-flret
Twelfth and South avenue streets shall
hereafter known as Forty-se.-ond afreet
.-be. ; Be |t further ordained, thal all
i ordinance, and parts of ordinance. In
I conflict with this ordinance ar* hereby
| rriiesled WM P. I)AILEY
Clerk of Council
HIV OYI.Y THE BUST t-IYI-ilit VII.
The last I* the Wheeler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale. made by Wheeler A Cos.,
of Belfast. Ireland, from Ihe ee.cbrated
Cromac Springs of that city. These
spring, are the property of Wheeler A Cos.
heme no other Ginger Ale manufacturer
In Ireland ha, those water:, hut them
selves The Wheeler Ginger Al# I* made
from pure Jamilca Ginger Root and not
from Red Pepper, as other* are; on* ts
deleterious—the other I* a tonic.
For Healthfuines, and Puilty the cel*.
I,rated Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ale I* the best.
LI PPM AN BROTHERS.
Sole Southern Agents. Savannah,o3*.
City of Savannah.
Office Clerk of Council.
Oct. 19. 19.
A vacancy having occurred among (he
city physician, by reaaon of Ihe resigna
tion of Dr. M H L*vl of the Second Dla
trlct, notice l* hereby given that an elec
tion will be held at the next regular
meeting of Council, to be held on Oct.
31. at s p m.. to Ml th# unexptrad term
caused by the eald resignation.
All application, lo be filed with the
Clerk of Council at or before 12 m. of
the 31*t inxi.
WM. P BAILEY
Clerk of Council.
REYOY VTIYG—MYTTRESSEA REN.
Hair. mow. licking. fiber, feather,,
Our stock of new material and manufac
tured product* ore up to date. Our reno
vating and delighted many
prominent xylJent* Ak your acquaint
ance- Materials sent u. Is picked, steam
ed. denned and m dl-ated by modern iri.
1 chlnery. Making done bv mechanics. We
-online our work to mattresses and beti
ding generally. We sell ticking of a I
' kinds. mo*. hair, cotton fiber, fcithera.
or any article nee-l.d In mattress line.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
Bell Phone 113* *3l Drayton alreet.
fcM IH gW ■ LIMBED FOR
193.000 feet of aah. suitable for wheel
wrtkhi* carriage maker*, c.ir work, and
intetlor hour* finish. Also cyptea* lumber
of all sixer We have returned rutting
our famous brand* of cvpres* shingles
and will soon have a full line of them fog
sal*. VALE ROYAL MFO. CO.
Ol R CLIENT#
Loan money at six per cent, on real
BECKETT A BECKETT. '/
' Attorney* at Law aud CgpveyansQO-
j) . Perfect feetl No corns! No
\ | \ I bunions! No blemish! The
\ l \ I scarcest thing in town. If
i [ l you want your children to
\ / \ have faultless feet Start
/ 'V >k Now! and have us lit them
/ f \ with “Nature'* shape welt
It. \ \ shoes. Send your children
here. We undertake to
guarantee fit and quality.
rooreoviPEßs *>* Man/t/nd.
Having voluntarily gives up the
*bne*. v*f drslrr farther to lessen
the loss and obviate the Itlamr
whirl* would Mtlnrh tn yon In |iur
rliSHing them hy offertii* our re
main ISg stork nt. Roofs Rtf. Osfords
Jftl.lVO. Will >on shnre the hlnmr
with usf ttBIL A 4*l IST,
•05 liriiugiou street, went.
j For 5,1 r Only by
B. 11. LBVV A BRO.
f ir stock is so full and va
rl 'a In style that the simplest
as well as the mostextrava
g it taste can be suited.
ill the newest things in sil
ver now being opened.
On Dress Shirts
• HR-. *r .411 T-l i H. MR
The Chatham Real Estate
and Improvement Cos,
To Make Loans
On Reasonable Terms.
lo Nofipcf PiiDlisliers.
For Ml,. • Foraaltb N,w.nap.r Koidr
will fold ti*t f-ik It to tn good order
Prtc, POO It coat originally 11.100. but
*■ hav, ou u*a for It and want th, room
It will ba ,r lnvwluabl, adjunct bo any
Plclur* Frxm*. W*ll P.vprr. Water
Color,. Bruahe*. Otb,on', Celcndar,.
GREEJfE * CO..
A (übltltu.p for oil. paint and whltr
wa,h Firr-prrwf and wrather-proof. An
excllrnt dUlnfcr'artx r an be applied by
any on* to ;,n>- kind of .urface with any
kind of bnioti ANDREW HANLEY CO.
"lIHLVIKEV, f APB,
Liberty and tVhltakpr.
Tft.hlonabl* caf* of Bavannah.
Wit hit, t block of Ih* Dr Svlo Evrry.
thing in uton. Fat gam*. Frrah oy
t*t. Private partlea—d.nnera.
NT t. WtltNF.lt x.
If 1 am not your butcher I gne.a I'm
, your neighbor . If you do not rat th*
I good thing* that hr do*,. If, your fault.
1 hav. t ,|,*‘ la! or-l*r o! Wratrrn r-ta.ta
an.l neak#. p ump fowl,, barnyard duekr,
g**r M 8 GARDNER.
P. B—Remember th* d*lietou. Corned
Beef mad* vpeclaliy for my trad*
LEOPOLD ADLER. JNO. R DILLON
C- 8. ELLIS. BARRON CARTER.
Vie, Prestdaal. A„t. Cashier
The Chatham Bank
Will ba pleased to receive (ha aoooun,
of Merchant,. Firm*. Individuals, Bar.**
Libera! favors extended
Unaurpeesed collection facilities, tnau*
tng prompt reluma
I>TLIIIiST lOXI'OIXDBO RIARTLH.
If Oh DEPOSITS.
Safely Deposit Boxes and Vault, f v
rent Correvpondence solicited.
The Citizens Bank
Traaaarta a General Banking
Solicits Accounts of IndlvldaaH,
Merchant.. Uauk, and other Corpo.
fT tecllona handled with safety,
econo and dlapnlch. *
Inter. ,|. conipaandrd nnartrrly.
allowed on depoaits In onr Bavinga
kafely llcpoall Boxen and Biorag.
BHANTMCr A. DENMARK. President.
VIILLN B. LA\E. Alee Prraldenl
C.KORGB C. FREEMAN. Cashier.
GORDON L. GROOVER. Aral. Cashier.
of tn, dint, of Georgia.
Burplun and undivided proOis ttol.Dui
LLlUtiliuUY Ul liilil tfTATki OF
Superior fscltiiliM- lor tranucting a
Col In: (lona n.ad, on all points
_ac‘ eaalble through tanks and bankar,.
Account, ul Banker,. il,-.b*, i*
and ol her, nilictind. o*l DvpoaU Buses
Department of Savings, Intersat paysbl,
Soils Sterling Exchange on Londoo a
JOHN FLANNERY. Prwaldent.
HORACE A CRANE. Vic, Preildeot
JAMES BfLMVAN. Cn*hler.
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 ELLIS
EDWARD KKLLT. JOHN J KIRBY
AccxMtnl, of banka, merchant,, mrpora
non, and Individual, aulicltati
Bavlng, Depai tmeni, n,tret p*:d
Safely Boxes and 9!orag* Vault, lot
Collections mad# on an point, at tea
Draft, sold on all tb, chief cltlaa of th,
JOSEPH L WEED. PrmldenL
JOHN C ROWLAND. Vic, Prmktont
W. r. McCALLEY. Cashier.
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided proflu E.
Tht, bank udtrs 1U service to corpora
lio,A merchant# and individuals.
lias authority to act as axaoutor. d
-mlnlotrntor, guardian, etc
la,u,n drafts on tb, principal cities la
Great Britain and Ireland and an th,
Inter.#, paid or compounded quarterly
on dap edta tn th# Saving* Departm-nt.
Safety lioxs* for renL
HICNRY ftLUN. President
OEO W TTEDEMAN Vine Proaldart
JOHN M HOOAN. Cashier
WAT TER E HOGAN. Aa*t Cshlr.
No. 1640. Chortarod, •
inis lliirl II
CAPITAL M>vO). SURPLUS. lIM.H
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
J A. U. CARBON. Prmld*t.
BEIRNE GORDON. Vice President.
W. M DAVANT. Cashier.
Accounts of lank, and barker*, n't
eban'a and ccrporatloo# received nt> ®
the rraot favorable term* eorolt*nt will
safe and conserve,tv, banking
THE GEORGIA STATE
BIILDINQ AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
IS YORK STHirKT, WEST.
m PER CENT. p*r annum allowed ou
x) deposit,, wllhdrawabl, on demand-
Inlet- s' cmllted quarterly
6 I'EH CENT. p*r annum allowed 0,-
deposits of even hundred*, milhdraw
able al annual period*.
GEO. W. TIEDEMAN. Prealdant.
B H. LEVY. Vic* Prel<lnt.
B. W. BELL Becr,tory
C. O ANDERSON JR . Treasurer
IK TOU WANT OOOD MATERIA!-
and work. ora#r your lithographed
printed ,tattooary and blank book, R- ..■
Morning Nawa, Savannab. On