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NEWS OF A DAY IN GEORGIA’S CAPITAL ACTRESS SLAPPED HIS FACE. FELT INSULTED BY WHAT HOTEL CLERK SAID. L>otiiae Beaton Wn the Leading Wo man in a Sensational Episode- Man Tried to Get in Her Boom and This Was Followed By a Protest From the Clerk. Who Was Labor inn I'uder a Misapprehension. Atlanta, Nov. 25.—Louise Beaton, an actress playing the leading role in “Rachel Goldstein’ - at the Bijou The ater, was the central figure of a sen sational episode in the Piedmont Ho tel at an early hour this morning. Following a late supper after the theater, which she attended, one of the participants, a traveling man who was under the influence of liquor, tried to get into Miss Beaton's room, claim ing he had left his valise in there. The night watchman reported the matter to the office and Lyman Britt, the night clerk, telephoned to her’ room and told her that she could not enter tain gentlemen in her room at that hour of the night. The actress angrily told him she was doing nothing of the kind and asked him to come up and see for himself. This he did, and after a brief, but spirited, conversation. Miss Beaton soundly slapped his face. The clerk told her she would have to leave the hotel, but this morning the affair was satisfactorily explained and shown to have been caused entire ly by a man who tried to carry too much champagne. Awards to Geological Department. State Geologist W. S. Yeates re ceived from St. Louis to-day a cor rected list of awards to Georgia ex hibits in his departments. The awards of the inferior jury were far from sat isfactory, and an appeal was taken to the superior jury, with much better results. Prof. Yeates expressed him self as satisfied with the changes that had been made. The grand prize was awarded to Georgia for the marble and mineral ex hibit. For the bauxite exhibit a sli ver medal was given. The state geological survey was given a gold medal for the excellence of Us publications. A gold medal was also given to the survey for the min eral, ore and rock exhibit. A gold medal was awarded to the state for the exhibit of building stones. A silver medal was also given Geor gia for the display of gold nuggets. A silver medal was also given Georgia for the exhibit of clay and clay products. The Georgia Marble Company of Tate wus given a gold medal for Its display of marble. The Blue Ridge Marble Company of Nelson was given a sliver medal. State Geologist W. S. Yeates was awarded a gold medal for the magnifi cent manner in which he arranged the Georgia display, and Assistant Geolo gist .Tones was given a silver medal. • New Plans for University. Dr. .T. W. Walden of Athens, who xvas chairman oi the committee which had in charge the work of securing the establishment of a big Presbyte rian v 'Unlversity In Atlanta, said to day the pro'ject would by no means be abandoned. The new plana propose to call on the Presbyterians of the South for subscriptions, amounting to $600,- 000. Atlanta will then be asked to renew her offer of $250,000. ' Then it is expected to bring the Presbyterian University at Columbia. S. C., here, and establish it with a $1,000,000 en dowment. It will take a long time to work out these new ideas, It Is expected, but Dr. Walden and his committee feel confi dent o! success. RODE TRICYCLE INTO ELEVATOR SHAFT. Yaldostan Dropped 40 Fret and Cl eaned Heath. Valdosta, Ga., Nov. 25. —John Owens, a young son of Mr. and Mrs. H. 8.. Owens, had a remarkable escape from death to-day. The lad, with several others, wab In the third story of the large furniture store of Ousley & Cos. They werfe looking at the Christmas goods and young Owens mounted a tricycle and rode It across the floor. He either did not see the elevator shaft or else could not guide the wheel and ran Into the shaft falling forty feet to the bottom floor. The elevator was down, and it Is a wonder that the boy was not dashed to pieces on the heavy timbers that hold tt together. He was badly bruised, but no bones ■were broken, and he walked back up stairs in a few minutes after his fall. FOUND heavy Iron laid ACROSS A. AND B. TRACK. DfUrers Investigating An Attempt at Train Wrecking Year Tilton. Tifton, Ga.. Nov. 25.—SherifT Mcln nls of Irwin county and Special officer Bryant of the Atlantic and Birming ham Railway, were in Tifton yester day, investigating an attempt to wreck a passenger train on the Atlantic and Birmingham last Sunday. The section foreman discovered sev eral pieces of iron laid across the tnack, apparently In an effort to wreck the train which was due a few min utes later. Two white men had been seen walk ing along the track a few minutes be fore the obstructions were discovered, one of them being a farmer living near Tifton. He was seen by the officers and carried over to Irwinvllle witli them. Fire at Hnlnbrlilae. Bainbridge, Ga., Nov. 25.—The home Of Justice of the Peace R. B. Kerr was partially destroyed by fire this morning at 9 o'clock. Considerable de lay was occasioned on account of the noszle of the hose becoming stopped up by a brickbat, which It is supposed tume through the street hydrant. The entire roof of the house was burned off and considerable damage done by water to the house and contents. A watch belonging to Judge Kerr was also stolen during the excitement, it was valued as a family heirloom, (.oases were partially covered by insur ance. Three Venrs for Shooting llehr. Bainbridge, Ga.. Nov. 25. Dan Ri ley, the negro who used his gun so carelessly on Oct. 29. and seriously wounded Dr. Behr, traveling physi cian with John Robinson's circus, will serve three yasrs In the penitentiary for his recklessness. The negro was quarreling with another negro at the time and threatened to ehoot. Dr Behr Itaaaed at the moment and received the toad of shot in hie leg, the wound con- Inlng him to n room for several weeks Riley was drunk and claim'd to know eothing about the ocettmneg. THREE NEGROES WHIPPED NEAR JAY For Threatening and Demanding Money of Defenseless Women. Brooklet, Ga.. Nov. 25.—Three ne groes. Arthur Williams, Cleveland Wallis, and Tom Cane, went to the home of Mr. Berry A. Davis, near Jay postoffice yesterday about 1 o'clock, presumably to see Mr. Davis. Learn ing that he and his neighbors had gone deer hunting, they went into the cot ton field where Mrs. Davis, her two grown daughters and five children were picking cotton and demanded money. The women became frightened and fled to the house of Mr. Rastus Waters. Some hunters had just come in from the drive and at once set out in pur suit of the three negroes. They were soon under arrest and Mr. Davis was sent for. About sundown he arrived. A number of the neighbors had con gregated, and after consultation, Mr. and Mrs. Davis requested that the ne groes be whipped to their satisfaction and turned loose. This was done. Two of the men are natives of Bulloch county. The other was from Augusta. nin ety-nTneyearsTor THROWING POTASH. Negro Woman Gets Life Sentence for Blinding Another. Bainbridge, Ga., Nov. 25.—Lula Ed wards, the negro woman convicted of throwing potash in the eyes of Mary Bone, another negro woman, of whom she was jealous on account of the al leged attentions of the Bone woman to the former’s husband, has been sen tenced to ninety-nine years in the pen itentiary by Judge Sheffield. The pu pils of the Bone woman's eyes were almost entirely eaten out by the pot ash or lye, and experts testified that she could never see again. Anew trial will be applied for, but. as the evidence was very direct and the jury returned a verdict In thirty minutes, it is not likely that any in terference will be made with the sen tence. FIREATNORCROSS. A Loss of SB,OOO <o *IO,OOO Ws fan*, ed By It. Norcross, Ga., Nov. 25.—This town was visited by a disastrous fire early this morning. The fire originated In a restaurant in the Medlock brick building, which was soon in ruins. A wooden building belonging to D. B. Wall and another brick building oc cupied by A. D. and T. E. Johnson, besides several smaller structures, were destroyed. Mr. Wall had no in surance. The others w’ere partially in sured. The loss is roughly estimated at from SB,OOO to SIO,OOO. LOST SOY WAS FOUND. Mother’* Letter Will Bejinlt In HU Hetnrn to Hr. Bainbridge, Ga., Nov. 25.—Mayor Willis received a telegram the first of the week from a Mrs. Brown of Leary, Ga, asking him if he knew anything of a John Brown, found dead in an outhouse in Florida, and stating that her son was in this section and she feared the dead man was her boy, of whom she had lost sight. Mayor Willis knew nothing about’ the case, but made the facts known In the Daily Argus, and the day after the publi cation the boy was found in West Bainbridge at a boarding house, where he was desperately ill, being paralyzed on his entire right side. The boy was in sore financial straits and a purse was made up to send him home as soon as possible. His mother was at once notified that her son was not dead and would be sent to her. KILLED ON ACCOUNT OF AN OLD GRUDGE. Brooklet, Ga., Nov. 25.—Charles Hix shot and instantly killed Joe Wilson this mprning with a shot gun, near Mo- Neal & Bryant's turpentine still. Both were colored. An oid grudge is sup posed to have been the cause, I.onnde* Superior Court. Valdosta, Ga., Nov. 25.-—Lowndes Superior Court took a recess yesterday untit next Monday, when Uie criminal docket will be taken up. The grand Jury will continue its investigations. It has alreUdy returned about twenty five true bills. About fifteen divorce cases have been tried and several small civil cases have been disposed of. The interest in the criminal trials next week will center largely In the case against Ben Penny, charged with killing Msin nis Carter In September, at Naylor. Carload of Oranges Burned, Waycrosß, Ga., Nov. 25.—A carload of oranges was practically ruined by fire on the Atlantic Coast Line yards here last night. The fire department re sponded promptly to the alarm, but the flames could not be extinguished before the oranges were ruined and the freight car badly damaged. It Is thought that the car caught from a spark from a shifting engine. The dam age amounts to several hundred dol lars. Print Cloth Market. Fall River. Mass., Nov. 25.—Sales in the print cloth market will reaoh a total of about 50,000. The tone for the week has continued dull, with prices unchanged on a basis of 3 cents for regulars. Manufacturers are firm in their demands for present prices and continue to be slow sellers. Mostly all of the goods disponed of were for delivery in the near future. Cheer Pj Eating and Sleeping .la Hi ar “ ,hp two (Trent ronds to H H health. Hentz's Curative 6h| Bittern give u. keen appe- kj E3j l *te, *o<*<l digestion, quiet M II nerve*, sound sleep. M ■ When you eat well and D |d leep well Nature doc the U I rent. H ■u >’• full particular* read KJ y the booklet TURKU UP" fel Ej free at drug atorna or fi| M mailed by B-j ' I HKWT7/H BITTERN Of)., M fel Philadelphia E'g SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY. NOAEMBER 2G. 1901. 1854-1904. Waltham Watches HAVE STOOD THE TEST OF TIME. **The Perfected American Watch." an illustrated Booh of interesting information about -watches, free upon request* AMERICAN WALTHAM WATCH COMPANY. WALTHAM. MASS. * Baxter Tragedy Trial at McClenny. Valdosta. Ga., Nov. 25.—1 tls report ed here that the case against the citi zens at Baxter who were to be tried this week at McClenny, Fla., for kill ing Deputy Sheriff Thrift some time ago, w*as continued, as there were no witnesses present. W. M. Duncan, father of Jack Duncan, who was killed on the train, did not attend, though he was wanted as a witness. After the acquittal of the Altmans at Folkston he lost interest in the ckse and de sired to have nothing more to do with it. Judge Wills issued attachments againkt the missing witnesses and ef forts will be made to have them on hand ih May, when the case will be ful ly investigated. Dnn.ages Against Railroads. Moultrie, Ga., Nov. 25.—1n the City Court, which has been in session here this week, two Important damage suits were tried. The case of R. H. Fenn against the Georgia Northern Railroad for $2,500 damages for failure to put in a stock gap resulted in a mistrial. This case has been tried be fore and resulted in a mistrial the first time. Another important case was that of J. A. Owens against the Atlantic and Birmingham Railroad for SIO,OOO for personal damages by a piece of baggage being thrown from the train onto his foot. Owens received a verdict for $750. GUARANTEE CURE FOR PILES. Itching, blind, bleeding or protrud ing piles. Your druggist will refund money if Pazo Ointment fails to cure you in 6 to 14 days.—ad. FUNERAL INVITATIONS. PADAKI —The relatives and friends of Mr. Thomas Padaki are invited to attend his funeral from 112 Liberty street, west, this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Interment Laurel Grove Cemetery. MEETINGS. POST A, T. P. A. A regular meeting of Post A, T. P. A., will be held at Screven House parlors this (Saturday) afternoon at 4 o’clock. A full attendance is re quested, as business of the greatest importance will be transacted. MAURICE F. MEYER. Sec’y. SPECIAL NOTICES. PARTRIDGES. PARTRIDGES. PARTRIDGES. PARTRIDGES. PARTRIDGES. PARTRIDGES. PARTRIDGES. PARTRIDGES. M. S. GARDNER- TO CAPTAINS, MASTERS, MATES AND SAILORS. The latest New York, Boston, Phila delphia and other daily newspapers; weekly journals and monthly maga zines; books and cheap literature; letter and note paper, pens and ink. —at— ESTII.L’S NEWS DEPOT, 18 Bull street, corner of Bryan street (near the U. S. Custom House). SPECIAL NOTICE. Neither the master nor consignees of the British steamship Calliope will bp responsible for any debts contrac ted by the crew. ST RACK AN & CO.. Consignees. SPECIAL NOTICE. Neither the master nor consignees of the Austrian steamship Borneo will be responsible for any debts con tracted by the crew. STRACHAN & CO., Consignees. HO! EVERYBODY. Unquestionably the ffeshest, juci est and most delicious oysters in Sa vannah. I serve them in any style. My oysters are old-timers and good ones. SCHWARZ’ CAFE. P. S.—Remember, I still serve the gentlemen breakfast and supper for 35 cents. • DR. WII LIAM WEICHSELBAUM Has returned to the city. Take lunch nt Sommers' Cafe, Union Station, when out late at night. Luxurious private dining rooms. SAVANNAH LUMBER CO., Sole Agent for the Celebrated PERFECTED GRANITE ROOFING. Cheaper and better than tin. Rust Proof. NO PAINTING. Get our price*. Georgia ’Phone, 347; Bell ’Phone, 425. I.!l.ll-:s OF THE VALLEY, American Beauty * Roaes, Double Violet*. Something extra handsome are these products of our greenhouse, JOHN WOLF, Phones 64. Ott and Anderson Sts. TO-DAY Let me send you one of those Thanksgiving turkeys. A few of the fluent left. A few wild ones also. Just received to-day a lot of the finest wild ducks ever brought here. Fresh veg#. tables of all kinds. Delicious fruits. Phones 107. JAS. J. JOYCE. P. S.— Remember In beef, mutton, veal and pork 1 lead all of them. Grandma NOTICE. Neither the muster, owners nor con signees nr the British steamship Itapallo will be responsible for any debt* contracted by the crew. U. J. HEY, Master. SPECIAL NOTICES. INSPECT AND REPAIR YOUR SIDEWALKS. Notice to Owners of Real Estate. In conformity with resolutions adopted by the City Council, on March 11. 1904, notice is hereby given: 1. To owners of abutting realty, their lessees and agents, to keep in re pair the sidewalks along their respec tive frontages, including the small iron boxes for gas and water connections, wash payments, and the like, which latter have metal covers adapted to the sidewalk level. IX. In ease of suits for damages against the Mayor and Aldermen of the city of Savannah for injuries to persons or property, sustained by per sons by reason of holes in sidewalks, broken, displaced or loose brick or stones, or of gas or water boxes, with out covers, or protruding above side walk level, or of other defects or ob structions in and on sidewalks, the owners of abutting realty or other persons whose negligence may have caused such defects and obstructions, will be vouched to defend, and will be held responsible for all damages awarded against the city on account of such injuries to persons and prop erty. 111. Sidewalks throughout the city are being inspected, and notices have been and are being sent to owners of abutting realty, and to whom it may concern, to repair sidewalk defects pr —lptly. or bear the consequences of their neglect of duty. Savannah. Ga., July 1, 1904. GEO. M. GADSDEN, Director of Public Works. PROPOSALS. Office of Savannah Water Works, Savannah, Ga.. Nov. 25, 1904.—Sealed proposals will be received by the Com mittee on Water Works at the office of the Savannah Water Works until 12 o’clock noon Wednesday, Dec. 4, 1904, for furnishing f. o. b. Savannah, Ga.— 1,500 feet of 12-inch Standard Cast Iron Pipe; 1,000 feet of 8-inch Stand ard Cast Iron Pipe; 4,000 feet of 6- inch Standard Cast Iron Pipe; 4 BxSx6-inch Tees, 6 12x12x6-inch Tees, 1 6x6xß-inch Tee, 1 12x12x12 Tee, 2 12-inch Ells. Bidders must state time of delivery. Committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids. En velopes must be marked “Bids for Cast Iron Pipe.” I. U. KINSEY, Supt SPECIAL NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the under signed have this day disposed of their interest in the Standard Fuel Supply Company to Messrs. Henry G. Brown and R. S. Salas, and the firm hereto fore existing under said name is hereby dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. Charles La Willcox will liquidate the old firm. * We bespeak for the new firm a continuation of the pat ronage so generously bestowed on the old firm. ■*' ! •• CHARLES H. WILLCOX. CiyiRLSS L. WILLCOX. In confirmation of the above It af fords us pleasure to give n tice that we will continue the business under the same firm name and operate as heretofore at Savannah, Fernandina and Mayport. HENRY G. BROWN. ft. 8. SALAS. COTTON IS ALL RIGHT. I dye cotton just as good as wool Lace dyed to match any dress. Feathers dyed and cleaned like new. Gents’ Suits and Overcoats dyed or cleaned to perfection. Blan kets and lace curtains. Ditto dry cleaning and mourning blacks a spe cialty at GROGAN’S NEW YORK DYE WORKS, Whitaker and State streets. Both phones 943. Estab llshed 1891. INDIAN RIVER ORANGES. Car just arrived. Fruit strictly fancy; prices right. COLLINS, GRAYSON & CO. Both Phones 244. BULBS. Dutch and Roman Hyacinths, Nar cissus, daffodils, jonquils and freesias. A. C. OELSCHIG A SON. Both phones 498. Leave orders with J. Gardner, Agt, 18 Broughton street, east. SPECIAL NOTICE. To the Public in General: All par ties having furniture or goods stored With Savannah District Messenger and Delivery Company will please call and settle their accounts, as the present manager and owner would like to straighten out the business. BENTON TRANSFER CO., Successor to S. D. M. A D. Cos. 825 \V. Broughton, cor. Montgomery, _ Both Phones No. 2. WANTED, Second-hand safe—-not over three feet high—Rny make. R. M. HULL, _ __ 10 Drayton street. W. T. HOPKINS, General Insurance, 18 Bryan street, east. Phones 219. __ Chas. Inglesby. Manager. SAVANNAH STEAM DYE WORKS. 19 York. West. Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing. Lace Curtains finished by steam. Only skilled workmen employed. Bell Phone 1146. Os. Phone 1284. “WHITE ROSE” I* the builders' choice of lime. We are constantly receiving It fresh from the kiln. Prompt delivery. We are dis playing the handsomest line of Man tels ever brought to Savannah. Mod ern designs, correct prices. ANDREW HANLEY CO. BUSINESS NOTICES. BE QUICK To moke a selection! Children's Bicycles for Christmas now i n . G. W. THOMAS. Jefferson and Broughton lena Call and examine our line of Cooking Stoves and Ranges, and Oil and Wood Heaters. We have several grades to se lect from. Prominent among them are the celebrated Char ter Oak Cook Stoves and Ranges, and Barler Oil Heat ers. Our prices are right and satisfaction is guaranteed. PALMER HARDWARE CO., Bay and Jefferson Sts. Did You Ever Tell Yourself There was no use trying to save—you couldn't keep it up—couldn’t spare the money? Nonsense! Try saving with a savings account. It s not hard to get a start. The little book with our name on it will be an incentive to it growing. Start Now With One Dollar or More. The Oglethorpe Savings and Trust Cos. 8-10 BRYAN STREET, EAST, SAVANNAH GA. JNO. M. BRYAN, Cashier. JACOB PAULSEN, Vice Pres. ALLAN SWEAT, Accountant. “A Shore Luncheon” that’s cooked to order -not the kind that’s been waiting, but cooked and served sizzlino from the coals, 75c. Thunderbolt Oysters in faultless style, served at all hours by the CASINO RESTAURANT. BUSINESS NOTICES. 0 TT- Up Fireworks Headquarters! Make out your order and send it in early. Our line is thoroughly complete. Henry Solomon 0 Son. Saturday Special CURTICE BROS.’ jAns One-pound tins and one pound jars. Specially priced for to-day. 1904 pack. Mnlllard’s Chocolates, Bon Bons and Caromels. THE PURE FOOD STORE. pELMONICo VOO'CU IP**- CqmpaN^ Bull and York. Phones 555 North Carolina Buckwheat, STRICTLY PURE. This Buckwheat was engaged from a reliable farmer while one of our firm was visiting a buck wheat section in North Carolina recently. Also Pure Maple Syrup in full measure, and the finest Georgia Syrup. A store full of seasonable deli cacies. Goods and prices will please you. Frequent visits to our store will be of mutual interest we know. A. M. & G. W. WEST. Automobilists, Smart Robes, Coats and Jnckcts arc shown hero in exquisite variety. I. H. FRIEDMAN 6 CO., Bull and York Streets. We will launder most beautiful ly 7 large Ta ble Cloths for 35 cents. 307 Bull St. Phone 700. fkki t business notices. SOLOMONS SL. GO.SZ Detersive Fluid for cleaning clothes, a bottle /3C Solomons’ Eau de Qui nine Hair Tonic, a scalp C A cleaner, a bottle 3(Ju Paxton’s Poison for bedf)C n pests, a bottle /jJ, Tryst, the fascinating new game, a pack... 3UG Our Bull Street Store is open ail night—Phones 63c. Mill-Haven Cos., Savannah, Ga. BeH Phone 149. Georgia Phone 657. Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds ROUGH AND DRESSED YEL LOW’ PINE LUMBER, SHINGLES and LATHS, FLOORING, CEILING, FINISHING WEATHERBOARDING, and FRAMING. Stock always on hand in large quantities of regular stock size, or manufactured to order on short no tice. Shipments to the interior in mixed carload lots a specialty. (^2ssßEXaE^|| nswii loisrfe 9 CoffeE If j/IPORTED AND ROASTED cHenrySolomons.Son. mM J SAVANNAH. 6A ||P SOUPS served every day from 11 a. m. to 3 p. m. Ladles out shopping will find this a great convenience. Three of our specials: CHARLOTTE RI’SSE, CREAM PUFFS. MEXICAN PENOCHIS. BELSINGER & GROSS, Phones 265. 12 W. Broughton st. Dayton Bicycles, 1905, In Black and Carmine Ehamels $25.00—*30 easy terms. WALTER F. HIGGINS, President- Drayton. SAVANNAH TRUST CO. Comparative Statement of Deposits. Nov. 21,1902. Nov. 21, 1903. Nov. 21,1904. $190,385.12 $349,145.84 $563,167.32 WM. W. MACH ALL GEO. S. BALDWIN, WM. V. DAVT*. President, Vlis I'rrsMruL het'y and Tie*s IDLE MONEY deposited in the Savings Department —OP THE— Chatham Bank is tree from speculative dangers yields an income as large as Is con sistent with conservative methods or banking, and is at all times subject to the control of the donosltor. LEOPOLD ADLER,' PrealdenL T. M. CUNNINGHAM, JR., Vice Prex FRED. W. CI.ARKE, Cashier. COURTNEY THORPE. Asst. Cashier. 4% PAID ON DEPOSITS —ln th*— Savings Department COMMERCIAL BANK of Savannah. State Depository. DEPARTMENT OF SAVINGS Southern Bank of the State 6f Georgia. ATTENTION IS REQUESTED TO ADVANTAGES OFFERED TO DE POSITORS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF SAVINGS OF THIS BANK. INTEREST PAID OR COMPOUND ED QUARTERLY AT THE OPTION OF DEPOSITOR. JOHN FLANNERY. Prudent HORACE A CRANE, Vie* Presldeat JAMES SULLIVAN. Caohler. No. 1840. Chartered 1888. The MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK OF SAVANNAH, GA. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital $500,000 Surplus and undivided profits. 127,000 Total .8827,000 Accounts of Banks, Bankers, Cor porations, Firms and Individuals re ceived upon favorable terms. Issues Time Certificates of Deposit bearing Interest. Correspondence solicits* J. A. G. CARSON. President. BEIRNE GORDON. Vice President W. M. DAVANT. Cashier. MILLS B. LANE, President. GEO. C. FREEMAN. Cashier. GORDON L, GROOVER, Asst. Cashier. meiiMoisavoni Capital and Surplus SBOO,OOO We Solicit the Accounts of Banks, Firms, Corporations and Individuals. Our patrons will receive cour teous treatment at all times, and every accommodation within the range of prudent banking. The Germania Bank, SAVANNAH. GA. CAPITAL. SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROFITS. SSOO,JO* Transacts a General Banking Business. Deposits of one dollar and up ward* received in Savings De partment. In tercet payable or compounded quarterly. HENRY P.LUN. President. GEO. W. TIEDEMAN. Vice Pm JOHN M. HOGAN, Cashier. WAITER F. HOGAN. Assistant Cashier. BUSINESS NOTICES. That Sunday Dinner. ..Ring either Phone 587 and let us make a suggestion. “QUALITY" our motto. O. H. MON SEES, llail and Jefferson. FURNACES CORNWELL & CHIPMAN, 108 Congrats. West.