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TEARING DOWN SHANTIES.
Seaboard Determined to Hold It*
Angosta I'ranohlte W hich Ex
Augusta, Ga.. March 14.—This afternoon
under telegraphic instructions from Presi
dent John Skelton Williams. James U.
Jackson .general agent of the Seaboard Air
Line. put a force of the hands to work
tearing down the otie-atory shanties on
the Harrison block opposite the Union de
pot, to make way for tracks.
Tile city's grant to the Seaboard of right
of way through the city and use of va
rious streets would lapse to-morrow by
limitation, and the City Council having
laat night refused extension for another
year. Attorney Boykin Wright advised
beginning work to-day to preserve the
This grant is for the projected Chatta
nooga. Augusta and Charleston Railroad
—the new line from Charleston to Augusta
and Athens, which the Seaboard a year
ago declared its intention to build. The
work begun to-day in Augusta was un
premeditated, and cannot continue con
secutively, but under advice of the com
pany's attorney is sufficient to hold the
General Agent Jackson declared that the
Seaboard means in good faith to butid
this road and that as soon as the work
dan be properly organised and directed
lhe number of hands will be largely in
creased Ten men were put to work with
new axes and picks this afternoon.
NO MONEY FOR THE WIDOWS.
legislature Hluudered In Makina He
gt 00*11011 Appropriation— Must
Wait I ntll This Fall.
Atlanta. March U.-The Legislature at
its last session seems to have made
quite a blunder in appropriating *IOO,OOO
for the payment of pensions of *6O each
to the indigent Confederate widows of
Georgia without providing the money for
It now develops that there is no fund
from which this money can be taken
f.nd. in fact, that there will be no money
on hand with which to pay these pensions
before next December.
The legislature failed to moke any
special levy for the purpose, but calcu
lated that the Increase in general taxes
would be sufficient to provide for these
pensions. This may be true, but these
taxes will not be collected before. De
cember next, hence the widows must do
without their money for fully nine
months longer than the Legislature con
Their only chance is in the bare possi
bility that the entire *2<x>.ttlo which Gov.
Candler was authorized to borrow to
meet any deficiencies may not be needed
to pay the school teachers."
AN ANTI-TREATING BILL .
• rgrdifntallvf Howard Fropoira to
Make It 1 Dlnwfpl to Sat 'Km
Ip to the Bora.
Atlanta March 14.—Representative Wm.
Schley Howard of DeKalb county, says
he wtH introduce a bill in the next legis
lature, which will provide a penalty for
•ID' nun who invites another man, friend
or enemy, to join him in a drink of intox
icating beverage. Mr. Howard already
has the bill prepared, awaiting the as
sembly. Following is the caption of the
bill, "A bHI to be entitled an act to pro
hibit the gift of whisky, rum. beer, gin or
other Intoxicant, by any person, or per
sons to another, or. to "treat" another in
any barroom or tippling house, or other
place where Intoxicants are kept for
kale." The bill is constitutional, Mr. How
ard said. In explaining It this morning
"It is already a law In the state of New
Jersey, and other states are considering
NKKTIMi CALI.BD OFF.
gain Jones to Give Dublin's Dates to
Dublin, Ga., March 14 —Rev. Bam Jones
has called off the meeting scheduled to
commence in Dublin, April 28, and has
given the Dublin dates to Savannah. In
bis letter calling off the meeting, Mr
Jones stated that if the ministers of the
oky and the citizens would get together
he would still give Dublin ten days of
bia time at a date to be agreed upon.
The objection the ministers had to the
coining of Mr. Jones on April 28, was
on account of the manner In which the
invitation had been extended and the
reason actuating the person sending the
invitation. As soon as they heard that
the meeting had been called oft the min
isters met yesterday afternoon and pass
ed a resolution pledging themselves to
cp-operate in every way with the com
mittee that is now seeking to induce Mr.
Jones to co|ne to Dublin and pledging
their assistance in the • meeting,
if Mr Jones decides to give Dublin a lat
er date. This resolution was passed with
only one dlscentlng voice. The minister
who so voted stated that he had already
written Mr. Jones his views fully in the
matter, and had promised the evangelist
hip co-operation as far as he could.
It Is the desire of the people that Mr.
Jcpes come to Dublin immediately fol
lowing his meeting in Suvgnnah.
All the arrangements for entertaining
the Grand Council Royal Arcanum In this
city on the first Wednesday in May have
about been concluded.
The Woman’s Missionary Borlety of the
South Georgia Conference will meet In
this city, June 14-18, next. About 130 dele
gates are expected.
a prohibition candidate.
A. nborn Wright May Ran for Gov
Atlanta. March 14.—A report was cur
rent at the Capitol this morning that Hon.
Seaborn Wright, representative In the
Legislature from Floyd county, would
announce at once for Governor. Mr.
Wright bus been talked of as a candidate
for some lime, and It has been stated that
hie platform would be for state prohibi
A telegram wae sent Mr. Wright asking
blfn about the report. The response re
ceived lends (strength to the belief that
|te will run. While he does not etate In
bis telegram that he wiil become a candi
date. he Intimates very strongly that he
would like to enter the race.
A ROOM ON AT OOUHHI S.
Lots lirlna Good Trice— Police Drive
I ngranli Oat.
Columbus. Ga.. March 14.—Fifty lots
gold at auction to-day brought good prices.
There Is a big boom In city and suburban
realty. The war being waged by the po
lice on vagrants and idlers is having good
reeults. Most of this class has been
forced to work or driven out of the city.
Fathers Rond and Kennedy are assist
ing Father Uehlenke In conducting u mis
sion which has resulted In a great awak
ening of Interest In the Catholic Church
Capt. James Tucker, special agent, of
the labor department of the government
1f here collecting alallstlcs of the labor
•tribe last sum trier This Is the only
strike here mi the period of four years
covered by the Inquiry.
TO PREVENT PA El MO Alt 4M> GRIP.
losative icrnovts the
THEORIES ABOUT FOOD.
Alee ■ Few Facte on the Same Sob
Me hear much nowaday* about health
! foods and hygienic Uving. about vegeta-
I nanism and many other fads along the
Restaurants may be found in the large
; cities where no meat, pastry or coffee is
; served and the food crank is in his
glory, and arguments and theories ga
-1 lore advanced to prove that meat was
1 never intended for human stomachs, and
almost make us believe that our sturdy
ancestors who lived four score years in
j robust health on roast beef, pork and
mutton must have been grossly ignorant
of the laws of health.
Our forefathers had other things to do
than formulate theories about the food
they ate. A warm welcome was extended
to any kind from bacon <0 acorns.
A healthy appetite and common sense
arc excellent guides to follow in mat
ters of diet, and a mixed diet of grain*,
fruits and meats is undoubtedly the best.
As compared with grains and vegeta
bles, meat furnishes the most nutriment
in a highly concentrated form and Is
digested and assimilated more quickly
than vegetables and grains.
Dr. Julius Remmson on this subject
says: Nervous persons, people run down
In health and of low vitality should eat
meat and plenty of it. If the digestion Is
too feeble at first It may be easily cor
rected by the regular use of Stuart’s
Dyspepsia Tablets after each meal. Two
of these excellent tablets taken after
dinner will digest several thousand grains
of meat, eggs or other animal foes) In
three hours, and no matter how weak
the stomach may be, no trouble will be
experienced if a regular practice is made
of using Biuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets be
cause they supply the pepsin and diastase
necessary to perfect digestion, and every
form of Indigestion will be overcome by
That large class of people who come un
der the head of nervous dyspeptics should
eat plenty of meat and insure its proper
digestion by the dully use of a safe,
harmless digestive medicine like Stuart’s
Dyspepsia Tablets composed of the na
tural digestive principles, pepsin, dias
tase, fruit acids, and salts, which act
ually perform the work of digestion. Cheap
cathartic medicines, masquerading under
the name of dyspepsia cures are useless
for indigestion as they have absolutely
no effect upon the actual digestion of
Dyspepsia in all its many forms is sim
ply a failure of the stomach to digest
food and the sensible way to solve the
riddle and cure the dyspepsia is to make
daily use at meal time of a preparation
like Stuart's Dyspepsia 'Tablets, which
Is Indorsed by the medical profession and
known to contain active digestive prin
All druggists sell Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets at 50c for full treatment.
A little booklet on cause and cure of
stomach trouble mailed free by address
ing F- A. Stuart Cos., Marshall, Mich.
OPPOSED TO SALE OF ROAD.
Attorney General Terrell Will Fight
Atlanta, Ga, March 14—Atorney Gen
eral J. M. Terrell is oposed to tphe sale
of the state road, and will no doubt fight
the proposition when it comes up.
"The state needs the revenue,” said
Mr. Terrell, "end I will never favor the
ale. It is a sure source of revenue to
the state, and I will never be In. favor of
disposing of It. The state has a source
of income for eighteen more years at
*420.000 a year. What would be our In
come If we sold the line?”
State Treasurer Park #a!d: “1 am op
posed to selling the Western and Atlan
tic road, because at present it brings in
much money to the state. As matters
stand at present, we get *35.000 monthly
AN EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT.
Athens t* Have One in May Imsting
Three Day*. ,
Athens, G., March 14.—The Northeast
Georgia Educational exhibit is to be held
In this city, May 9, 10 and 11. iAt the ex
hibit specimen* of work done in leading
schools of the country, to the number of
more than a thousand, and <en thousand
specimens by the children of the city
schools, will be exhibited.
The exhibit will take place in Dupree
Hall. It will open with an address by
Hon. Hoke Smith of Atlanta For the
three days an entertaining and instruc
tive programme has been arranged fo
4be guests, among which will be an ep
tertalnment by the children of the public
schools at the Opera House, and a re
ception at the Athenaeum. One feature
on the 11th will be an address by Pres
ident Bradwell of the State Normal
Committees have been appointed to
thoroughly work up the affair In every
way, reduced rates on railroads are to
be secured, and the hundreds of guests
will be well taken care of during their
stay in Athens.
WAS SPEAKER OF WALLACE HOUSE
Judge Wm. H. Wallace, a Beloved
South Carolinian, 111.
Columbia. S. C., March 14.—Judge Wll-
Hem JL Wallace, one of the most be
loved men In Bouth Carolina, Is ill at
his homo in Union. The Judge has an
stack of the grip, and his heart lias
l*een somewhat affected. His daughters,
Mrs. James Maxwell of Greenville, and
Mrs. Victor Gage of Alabama, have gr
rlvtd at bis bedside. He is believed to
Judge Wallace won speaker of the fa
mous "Wallace House." organised by
the Democrats when they could not get
possession of the State House in 1876 af
ter Hampton'* election. Later he became
circuit Judge, and more recently has di
rected his time to study.
CAROLINA'S NORMAL M’HIIOL
Spartanburg, Ruck Hill and Cleinaon
AD Bidding for It.
Columbia, S. C.. March 14.—Spartanburg,
Rock Hill and Clemsun College are bid
ding for the slate summer school for
teachers. This has grown into a big tif
toir in the last few years. An appropri
ation for the summer school is made by
the legislature and thousands of teacher*
spend a month at the place of meeting.
The Ihree places mentioned hove the ac
oommodatlons for the teachers, but be
cause of women's colleges— Winthrop and
Converse—being at Rook Hill and Spar,
tanburg. these places Hre best suited for
the accommodation of the lady teachers.
The teachers occupy the domltorles and
hoard in the college buildings
LOST RACE IIOHWE WALK.
Marshal Barnes Wants $4,000 Dam
ages From Western Union.
Augusta, March 14—United titates Mar
shal John M Haines, of Thomsen). Ga.,
has Hied sulj before United Slate* Com
missioner Calvin against the Western
Union Telegraph Company fur |4.fgu for
damages growing oifl of loss of Ihe sale
of a race hors* In Yonkers. N V The
suit allege that the telegram was not
properly delivered, and timt It* contents
were made known to parties wbu thwart
ad tbs sale. \
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY. MARCH 15, 1901.
ENGINEER RIVERS KILLED.
Shot by >rgro Deckhand of Steamer
Hire*—Body Fell In Hlier and
Columbus, Ga., March If— Theodore
Jackson, a negro deck hand, shot Engi
neer T. JB. Rivers of the steamer J. M'.
Hires, In the head, killing him instantly,
this afternoon while the boat was on the
Chattahoochee river, not far from Oma
ha, Ga. Rivers' body fell into the river
and has not been recovered. The negro
was taken on to Omaha, where he was
placed in Jail. Rivers it from Wewa
hilchka, Fla , where he leave a family.
Tvrenty-four Honn to Get Rot.
Atlanta, March 14. —Raymond Harkins,
the spiritualistic medium whose fake se
ance was exposed by two policemen, was
given twenty-four hour* by the Recorder
to-day to get out of town. Harkins said
he would go to Cincinnati at once.
Locked One of a Centtry.
Columbia. S. C., -March 14.—Miss Kate
Bethune, 99 years old, died at Bethune,
Kenshaw county, yesterday.
March li, at 1
o'clock a. m. at the residence of her son
in-law John H. Fox. Mr*. L. A. Barnwell,
relict of the iste John B. Barnwell. Fu
neral notice later.
FINER AI. IN VIT ATI Off g.
EGAN.—The friends of Mr. pnd Mrs.
John M. Egan nd family are invited to
attend the funeral of their daughter,
Helen M., from the Cathedral of Lady of
Perpetual Help, at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
W EIJSH.—The relatives and friends of
Mrs. Ellen Welsh are invited to attend
her funeral from St. Joseph's Infirmary at
]1 o'clock this morning.
LANDRI'M LODUE NO. 4), W. AND A.M.
A regular communication of this J*
lodge will be held at Masonic Tem- jf
pie this (Friday) evening at 8:16 /▼'
The M. M. Degree will be conferred.
Members of sister lodges and transient
brothers fraternally invited to attend. By
order JULIAN A. TISON, W. M.
W. C. TRAVIS, Secretary.
SAVANNAH LODGE. NO. 'AMKi. G. l r . O.
OF ODD FELLOWS.
You are hereby ordered to meet at your
lodge room (Harris street hall) Krtdsy,
March IF, at I:3D o’clock, to pay the last
tribute of respect to our deceased brother,
Members of sister lodges are also invited
to attend. By order of
A. E. MULLIGAN, N- G.
R. B. HIGGS, P. S.
Office of Commissioners of Chatham
County and ex-Ofßcio Judge, Savannah,
Ga., Feb. 21, 1901.—A vacancy having oc
currpd in the office of Tax Collector of
Chatham county by the death of the In
cumbent, J. J. Mcdowaoi on Feb. 6, 1901.
and It is more than six months from the
time the election can be appointed and
held until the existing term will expire,
an election for Tax Collector of Chatham
county, Georgia to fill the vacancy IS
hereby ordered to take (dace according
to law at the Court House in said county
on the 15th day of March, 1901.
A. B. MOORE. C. C. C.
A. VET3HURG, C. C. C.
J. P*UIj*EN, C. C. C.
Attest REUBEN BUTLER, Clerk C.
Office of Commissioners of Chatham
Oeunty and ex-Offlcio Judge, Savannah,
Ga.. Feb. 21. 1901.—The office of Ordinary
of Chatham county, Georgia, having be
come vacant by the death of the incum
bent, Hampton L. FerriU. on Jn. 5, 1901,
before the expiration of h 4 term and the
unexpired term exceeds thrift months
from the time the election can be or
dered and held, an election for Ordi
nary to supply the vacancy for the re
mainder of the unexptred term is hereby
ordered to take place according to law at
the Court House of said county on the
16th day of March, 1901.
A B MOORE, C. C. C.
A. VJ3TSBUKG. C. C. C.
J. PAULSEN, C. C. C.
Attest REUBEN BUTLER, Clerk C.
FDR TAX COLLECTOR.
At the on:*et aolcit.lion gf many
friends, Irrespective of political and fac
tional differences, I beg to announce my
candidacy for the office of Tax Collector
of Chatham county. (Election March 16
inst.). The support of my friends and
the public will be duly appreciated. If I
could 1 would not buy the office and am
absolutely free and untrammeled as to
favor or promise of reward.
THOMAS F. THOMBON.
SAVANNAH FAIR ASSOCIATION.
The first installment is now <Jue. I am
prepared to furnish receipt tor same
M J SOLOMONS,
14 East Bryan ptreet
A SITE WANTED.
Bids are invited for a site for the State
Fair to be held in Savannah. Those
having sites to offer will please rom
qrunlqgte with the undersigned.
J W. JA.CESQN. Ch*)rrqpn.
Executions for State and County taxes
gre now entered In the County Sheriff's
office. To save Intereot and costs of ad
vertising. parties Interested will do well
to call and settle.
JOHN SCHWARZ, Sheriff.
DIVIDEND NO. IS.
At a meeting of the Hoard of Directors
of the People's Savings and Loan Com
pany held this day, a dividend of three
dollars per share was declared from the
earning* of the company, for the past six
months, payable on and after March 16.
E. L. HACKBTT.
FOR ST. PATRICK'S DAT.
Green Cheese Cloth for decorating 6o
Green Ribbons 28gc. 6c, 7c, 100
Shamrock Pins 2c
THE BEE HIVE,
St Julian and Whitaker streets.
THE PALACE SALOON
62 Bull strget
Fine Wines. Liquor*. Beers Ales, and
Cigars Mimed drinks a specialty Oys
ters. Lunch 11 a. m to 1 p. m. every day.
Special attention to private wine rooms
M D ABRAMS.
LEE ROY MYERS SCO
A5 GOOD AS CURRENCY
Superior to All,
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Street, West. Phone 383.
EVERY ONE SAYS THE SAME THING -THAT
RHEUMATIC AND CATARRH CURE
CURES, and You Remain Cured.
PRICE *1.50 PER BOTTLE; six for *B.OO.
TRY ONE BOTTLE AND BE CONVINCED.
LIVINGSTON’S PHARMACY CO. f
Bull and Congress and 309 Bull Street.
NEW MATTRESSES AT FACTORY
(Medicated Steam Renovation of Hair,
Mose and Feathers.)
Scores to select from at prices ranging
between *2.00 and *4O 000. We have manu
factured these goods for "stock,” so that
orders for new work will not Interfere
with renovating and re-making, which
from present Indications promise to keep
us taxed to our capacity. We take as
much paina with an old mattress as with
anew one, do the work as well, make
coat lees than in New York or elsewhere.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
331 Prayton street. Bell Phone 1136.
Georgia Phone No. 348. Bell Phone No. 348.
\V. C. FRIPP A- CO.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
Real Estate bought and sold on commis
sions, and Rents collected.
Travelers' Insurance Company, Life, Ac
cident and Liability Departments.
New York Underwriters Fire Insurance
Greenwich Fire Insurance Company.
The City Trust, Safe Deposit and.Surety
Issuing Bonds of Surety to contractors,
administrators, guardians, etc.
SAVANNAH PREPARATORY SCHOOL,
Barnard and Harris streets.
ORMOND B. STRONG (Cornell),
MRS. P. N. STRONG, Vassar.
JOHN STELZER. A. 8., Northwestern
J. A. HENRY, A. 8., Princeton and
A. C. OELSCHIG. THE FLORIST.
Is now offering for spring planting.
Geraniums, newest apd most beautiful
to be had. Lilies of the. Yalley, Freesias,
Hyacinths, Azaiias, Callus, Pansy Plants
$1 per 100. Booking orders for April de
livery of Chrysanthemums and Easter
Lilies for Easter. Leave your orders with
J. GARDNER, Agent,
Bell Phone 1630,
or either Phone No. 496 direct to nursery.
BELSIKGEH & CROSS,
j. h. Ftitmai.
Headquarters for Ice Creams, Sherbets,
and Water Ices; Cinnamon Cake, Cinna
mon Bun and Apple Cake. Candles and
Bon-bons. Patty Shells made to order;
Special Cakes made to order. Everything
the finest. Give us a trial.
Goods delivered to all parts of the city.
110-114 Whitaker street.
by express every day. The finest
this season. Call and partake, in
any style. Wuerzburger Hof Braeu
on draught. ’ Phone 710,
MANTELS, GRATES AND TILING.
We have the largest stock, prettiest de
sings. lowest prices. Call and examine our*
before buying. Beautify your new house
with pretty mantels.
ANDREW HANLEY COMPANY.
LOANS ON REALTY.
Our clients loan money on city real
estate on monthly payments, or for fixed
periods, at low rates of interest.
Histories of land titles.
BECKETT St BECKETT.
PAINT* AND HOUSE PAINTING.
Wo handle nothing but the VERY
BEST grades Of PAINTS and OILS, and
employ the very best painters to be had.
Allow us to make bid on painting your
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO.,
Corner Congress and Drayton.
Phone 618. .
Neither the master, owners nor con
signee of the Bpunlsh steamship Ida will
he responsible for any debts contracted by
the crew. AROSPK, Master.
Neither the master, owners nor con
signee of' the Spanish steamship Niceto
will be responsible for any debts contrac
ted by tl> crew AtfCARRETA, Master
Neither the master nor consignee* of the
British steamship Homewood lloolsnd
mustm, Urltlsh suamship Hurlcn Jas
Twedd.e. master, will be reauunslov fin
ally dbt contra' ted by crew* of- aid ves
J. F MINI4I A 00 , Consignees.
RECOVERING FROM GRIPPE.
If you have had grippe and can’t
get around again.
If you are weak, broken down,
out of temper.
If you can’t eat, stomach weak.
If you are left impaired in vitali
ty, you are in condition to take
You of all people need it. And
you need it now.
After removing the aches and
pains it gives you an appetite, and
so builds up your system as that all
after-results of grippe will, disap
Do not wait. Get it at the drug
RESPESS DRUG CO..
Mr. A. Hanley. President Suwaive
Springs Company Suwanee, Fla., March
Dear Bir: I was troubled with Eczema,
and on my way South was advised to
visit Suwanee Springs. I went there on
Tuesday, March 5, arriving at noon. I
commenced to drink the water, and the
second day drank 4 of the bottles contain,
ing about half gallon each. 2 galls in
i 11, continued this and took the hot baths,
and on Friday of the following week I
left the Springs entirely cured. 4 feel
elegant and have discovered no symp
toms of Eczema. 1 am now at Rockledge
and have advised quite a number of peo
ple to visit your Springs at once, among
them Dr. E. L. Diefenderfer and wife
who is suffering with chronic stomach
trouble, he will visit your Springs imme
diately. I am sure he will be cured Judg
ing from what the water has done for
me and what I have witnessed it doing
for others while at the Springs. Please
send me a few of your pamphlets describ
ing the Springs to my address at Scran
ton, Pa. Respectfully yourg,
A. P. BEDFORD.
YOU WILL SAVE
TEN PER CENT.
By paying your bills an or be
tore the 15th Inst.
B. H. LEVY A BRO.
You are reminded that novr la the
time to o*e Paxton*
B—D B—G. POISON.
It will keep yosr premise* free
fiom thig pest. Sold Ip large bottle*
Makes old doth* look like new.
Sold in large bottles for 26c.
Cangres* and Barnard and Ball St.
CHEAPEST PLACE IN THE CITY.
We wash your clothes Just white like
snow, so fair. We use Octagon soup and
the olothes never fade. We give you
satisfaction and guarantee the best work.
Shirts Bc, New Shirts 10c. Shirt Waists
16c, Undershirts sc. Drawers 6c. Collars
lHc, Cuffs 3c, Handkerchiefs HJc, Socks
2c. Pants Cleaned 26c. Family Clothes,
mixed, a doaen, 60c. Family, all starch.
Clothe*, a dozen. 8100, Duck Skirts 30c.
Linen Suits 50c.
Our delivery wagon will call for linen.
ROBERT A TONG CO.,
First Class Chinese Laundry.
Bell Phone 1200. 322 Broughton, s.
CHANGE OF THE SEASON.
Gents' now is the time to have your
summer suits cleaned by the Resorclne
Antiseptic Process. I will make you a
new suit and you can take a trip with the
NEW YORK DYE WORKS,
State and Whitaker. Phene >43.
TUI. U It TO CLEAN CARPETS.
The only way to get your carpets prop,
erly taken up. cleaned and taken earn of
for the summer, is to turn the Job over
to the District Messenger and Delivery
Cos., telephone 2. or cal) at 22 Montgomery
etreet. and they will make you sn esll
mat* on the cod of th* work Price*
reasonable. They alo pack, mov* and
(tore furniture and piano*
C. H. MEDLOCK. Supt and Mgr.
JgS If You Have Been
sending: away for you* shoes
and are open to conviction, we
are prepared to prove to yon
C 0 that yon are losing money. We
can fit you in all the newest
§gfln and best styles, and yoti are not
fIKJ compelled to take the one pair
Wvm sent, but have a selection of
styles, such as can be duplica-
Wm ted only in the largest stores of
*Wj&A New York or Paris, and we'll
9| do it for LESS MONEY.
IF YOU NEED
any Canned goods come to us. We
are very particular about that part of
our stock. We do not claim that we
carry the largest stock of Canned
Goods of any one In the city, but we do
claim that we carry the best and fresh
est. Isn’t that the kind that you want?
Small Tender Peas per can 15c
Fancy Baby Corn per can 15c
Asparagus per can 15c
Apricots, sliced, per can 15c
Peaches, sliced, per can 15c
3-lb. cans Peaches per can 10c
JOHN T. EVANS & CO.’S,
Congress and Barnard streets.
Our stock is full of articles tit for per
sonal wear, suitable for Easter Gifts.
Wlule for the in Silver and Cut
Glass the variety is complete.
On Table and Bed Linen.
Office 307 Bull Street. Phone 700.
lo temper Piste
For sale, a Forsaith Newspaper Folder;
will fold sheet 27x42. It is in good order.
Price *IOO. It cost originally *l,lOO, but
we have no use for it and want the room
It will be an Invaluable adjunct to any
GREER'S SCOTCH WHISKY.
This celebrated fan.oue old vatted
Highland Whisky 1* imported direct
from the distillery by u*.
This Greer Scotch Whisky le
guaranteed to be bottled abroad
and Is consigned to us from Glas
gow, Scotland, and 1* in bond in
the United State* Custom House in
This grand old Greer Scotch
Whisky is beautifully mellow and
mild to a degree and is soft to tha
palate as one could possibly wish,
and ttyere is a nutttnea* about It
that 1* especially pleasing.
We are glad to let the publlo pur
chase a* small quantity as they
wish, even one bottle, for the pur
pose of Introducing the best brand
*f Scotch whisky extant.
Sole Agents for the Greer Distil
leries, Glasgow. Ocotland, and Dub
lin. Ireland, for their Scotch and
Irish Whiskies. 4
HON DM BtHfITKD
By the American Bonding and Trust
Company of Baltimore. We are author
ised to execute locally (Immediately upon
application) all bonds In Judicial pro
ceedlngs In either the state or United
States courts and of Administrators and
HEARING A HULL,, Agents,
Telephone 324. Provident Building
SPECIAL ItOTK ■
The Vale Royal Manufacturing Com
pany have started their new eaw mill,
end have for sale at wholeeale or retail
a full line of their famoua brunde of Cy
pieas Shingles They alto have on hand
a full stock of Cypraee and Ash Lumber
si rrasonablo prices. Boat* can load at
H P. HMAI4T, President.
THE CHATHAM BANK.
LEOPOLD ADLER, President.
C. S. ELLIS, Vice President
JOHN R DILLON, Cashier.
BARRON CARTER. Asst. Cashier
Solicits the account* of individuals
firms, banks, associations and corpora
Liberal favors extended to correspond
nig banks, as our unsurpassed facilities
for collecting Insure prompt returns
BUYS AND BELLS FOREIGN EX
™I*NGE. WRITES LETTERS OF
AND IS SUES BANK MONEY
2? D £££o% YABLE IN
Interest compounded quarterly on d
*“■'"s'" ' bR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
ren* fety 1,61)03,4 ®oxes and Vaults tor
The Citizens Bank
Tranaac a General Banking
••licit* Aceoant* of IMlTtdanl*.
rrehants, Banka and other Corpo
Collection* handled with safety,
economy and dispatch
lateyegt, compounded quarterly,
allowed on deposits In our Sarin.,
Safety Deposit Boxes and Storage
Brantley a. Denmark, President.
MILLS B. LANE, Vlee President.
GEORGE C. FREEMAN. Cashier.
GORDON L. GROOVER. Asst. Cashier.
Papitili * SUle ° f Geor *“'
DEPOSITORV n^ v i ded profUs -K
DEPOSITORS OF THE STATE OF
n , GEORGIA.
Superior facilities f pr transacting a
General Banking Business.
Collections made on all points
accessible through banks and bankers.
Acc ° pnts °f Banks, BankersTMerchants
nd others solicited. Safe Deposit Boxes
Department of Savings, interest payable
Sells Sterling Exchange on London £1
JDHN FLANNERY, President.
HORACE A. CRANE. Vice President.
JAMES SULLIVAN. Cashier.
JNO. FLANNERY. WSI 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 KELLY. JOHN J. KIRBY
No. 1640. Chartered 1886.
t(tils in it
CAPITAL. 8500,000. SURPLUS. 1100,009
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
J A. G. CARSON. President.
BEIRNE GORDON, Vice President
W. M. DAVANT. Cashier
Accounts of banks and bankers, mer
chants and corporations received upon
the most favorable terms consistent with
safe and conservative banking.
THE GERMANIA BANK
Undivided profits 50,000
This bank offers Its services to corpora
tions, merchants and Individuals.
Has authority to get as executor, ad
ministrator. guardian, etc.
Issues drafts on the principal cities In
Great Britain and Ireland and on the
Interest paid or compounded quarterly
on deposits in the Savings Department.
Safety boxes for rent.
HENRY BLUN. President.
GEO. W. TIBDEMAN. Vice President.
JOHN M. HOGAN. Cashier.
WALTER F. HOGAN, Ase t Cashier
THE GEORGIA STATE
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
15 YORK BTREET, WEST.
SPWR CENT, per annum allowed oa
deposits, withdrawable oa demand.
Interest credited quarterly.
6 PER CENT, per annum allowed o
deposits of even hundreds, with
drawable at annual periods.
GEO. W. TIEDEMAN. President.
B. H. LEVY, Vice President.
E. W. BELL. Secretary.
C. O. ANDERSON. JR., Treasurer
Real Estate and Improvement Cos
A MUTUAL LOAN AND BUILDING
COMPANY, INSTALLMENT PLAN
No loans made outside of Chatham
Home* built on monthly payment plB
-OFFICE. 14 URYAN BTREKT. EAST
J. H. KBTILL. President.
C H DOHSKTT, Vice President.
M J SOI.OMONB. Sec y and Tress
F W GARDEN Asst Secy and Tree*
DIRECTORS—Wm. Kehoe. Le Hny
Myers. 11. £. Cunningham, li. P* Broaft.
C. S. Cennerat.