The Savannah morning news.
November 03, 1900
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/ _ Respess Drug Cos.
l e r/Eic&s*s. MURPHY &ca Incorporated. - ,
' THE MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL UPE IMS Ca " *,.***.* „
Stv'hDistfieVMesMogcrdcDtUuTyOo . —, s\ * t ft GEORGIA STEAM LAUNDRY.
MOORE MSTAL CO. ~ '"V'* C "- '
The Southern Cotton Oil Cos J • • -"‘v J KwcKEfinocki* Ice ca I£* 1
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. - HERMAN COAL & WOOD CO.
*j Proclamation of the Business Men of
Savannah, Qa. sPsTOEEI
/There l a tide In the affairs of a gre il ciiy when taken at the flootl |r .!a cn to FVtrtune Savannah lc abreaat of thle
SoulKrtn Bell TelepKoOC L Co. strong IMP of prosperity Herein II pro ..,lm It* advantages II i* not a prophecy of commercial and Industrial proa- _
parity to coma. but a pit !> of wraith and peerless prominence already reached and the unerring Anger of the tdcsldeaa A | / |
of Progress atlll point* to higher and broader attalnmenta In the varied channels In which are coursing the strong cur- ~ •
rents of steady advancement.
Savannah has tfhtveen to wait until in the ripening fruition of her destiny she ran pcrfnt with unchallenged faith to her _ --,
y > unrivalled advantages ind say Here Is not a projer-ed seaport, but a queenly port in whose deep and fresh-water harbor .
/ . S XI/ Si the shipping of th> world can he accommodated, and vessels of the greatest draught -an pass In from and out to the AAHEUSCR Busch Brewing Association
* t2_./ v— -Ayy /p /y great ocean free tied to their fullest capacity Here la not a city to which e*te n lve lines of railway ore looking for
_ • terminals hut t city w here they have constructed lermlne s costing millions of dollars, and commensurate with the tm- 1 m <yCr
1 — en /? portunre of the chief port <f me luii Ail rule here Is n city where inducements are not being frantically launched In an Mill Iflf
. \\ endeavor lo secure lines of steamships for they ore already in operation, with hundreds of acres of storehouses, miles of
do. ks ami whar\• atwl embracing fleets of elegant aid caps' lous ocean liners plying regularly to the centers of trade. £S
commerce and manufactures on the Nor h Atlantic
Knjoylng ev. ry . ssenUol advantage that Is calculated to the upbuilding of a metropolis we. Ihe undersigned, believing y J
ru Ci[ DprtklT Ll cr rr\ .rrCAaril A ITinDim ,h *' Savannah In rm-hed t oil .pc nln lur hisiorv when a briefly rtetatled review of what she Is should be brought y J J VV' s
r *tnrvt| I I'm VI. vv Ot Vl LU"u Rd r LV/rMI/fV to Ihe attention of ihe country not Immediately irtbutary lo her. lor Ihe mutual benefit of those who tire here and those L/c l J|m2j f J
who may tw ittra ••> I here, hereby procla m that awe ome awaits the ambitious an*l the Industrious, lhat there ire In- yy ' £ 1 Cr en l( y
_ . j .yft . dustrlal ond mercantile flelde here lhat promise a rich and recurring harvest. that health, comfort, pleasure and profit are / f f\
A y. [(/ i enjoyfd by us and there Is enough and to share If you have never been Interested in ftavannah, you should become w
• S s' S - /} , . aftet looking over what -nil .if It in ihle edition _
yJ t \~S < write to any .m- of the many Who have joined In this prorlamallun Be’ter " C |L I AI I tsr i
sy w still. . ..me and visit Savannah and form your own opinions of what It Is to-day. what It Is destined to be in the next de- dOULn£ff) LiflVJ utflCK Woeßv -
/J // yT] cade the metrofiol cof the Southern States jO y >/T A . yjk j
U-c y 1/ c . In the glow of Its wo .Irons prosperity we tender you the freedom of a city whose hospitably has been the theme of At AJ. / mT
// A y y/ song and story Irom t•< time it entertained Uen Uu Payette until Its recent welcume and royal hospitality to the hero of . VT/d/1 a XAs**. aW (FV\ i
ye Manila Ray. Individually ard col e-tlvely. In the name of Savannah, we stibsrrlhe ourselves. Cordially Ynsirs, ,
s? (JO ' / aEZE)
C /~A ss / (Savannaft. Branch;
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