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WANTS THE STATE TO BUILD.
FTJLTOS fOl-STT THINKS IT 91101 LD
BO GIVE* A RErOHMATOUV.
HtTrairal Ha* La( Bren on Foot
to Establish • Vkonl of Rrforna-
•lM Tktf WraU Aik the tint* to
Erect le—Tbey Claim Bor• From
All Over H* State Wml4 Tie It In
Atlanta. Ga.. June 27.—A proposition to
•stabllab a etale echos! of reformation
In Atlanta, trill, in all probability, be In
troduced at the next meeting of the Leg
islature. It now appears fhat the move
meat which hat been on foot here for
many month! to build a Fulton county re
formatory la aboiut to be aide-tracked In
County Comtaiaalonera Walter It.
Brown. Clifford L. Anderaon and H. E.
W FaJmer appeared before the trend
jury to-day and suggested that the mat
ter be dlapoeed of for the present by a
recommendation to the Legislature that
a atote Inatltutton be esiahllahed. They
ebok the posltied that Fulton county la
In no chape financially, to support such a
wheel without an extra tax levy, to
erhleh they were all opposed. Then. too.
they aaid. should Fulton bulM a reform
atory, It would really bo made to take
care of the criminally-inclined young
sters from all parts of the state. For this
re-aeon, they think It should be supported
by the elate.
DECIDED rom THE WIDOW.
•ft Dtssasel Dasbaad'a Predltroa
Cwwld Not Touch Her reticle..
Atlanta. Ga, Juno 27 —An Interesting
insurance decision was rendered to-day
By Judge Lumpkin. Gtorge W. Brooke
nought to restrain Mrs. Vic-torla A. Uor
rls from collecting Insurance pollelea on
the If# of her hueltend. deceased. The
ctaMn* held by the plaintiffs were a* fol
lows: George W. Brooke. s7f6 7s; Lows
Gompany. sl2l <7, and Awtry Grear, I* id.
The policies Were **,NlO In the Northwest
ern and 16 wn in the Mutual Reserve Fund.
The Northwestern had paid the amount
of I'* policy Into court and was dlsmlse
ad. The plaintiffs dismissed the suit as to
tha Mutual Reserve Fund, leaving the
contest to be waged over the M.OflO which
Was paid Into court
In a former suit Hied against Mrs. Mor
ris by Barry Dodd, trusts* in bankruptcy
far the creditors of Mr. Morrla. the *u
gtrefne Court had decided In her favor. In
anew proceeding, however, creditor*
claimed that they were In a different po
sition from that of the trustee. They
claimed they had eatended Credit to Mor
rla on the strength of hia having tho two
polioies of Insurance payable to his es
tate. The policies were subsequently
traneferred to his wife. The creditors
claimed the transfer* ought not to oper
ate against them. Tho court decided In
fbvor of Mrs. Morris.
The creditors will probably take the
ease ta the Supreme Court. Judge Lump
kin has ordered $1,006 of the fund In
court to be held until June $n to allow time
for a Mil of exceptions to be filed.
Nftlsr Voting People Wedded Last
Evening at Jeeap.
Jesup. Ga., June 37—Mr. H. B. Mandc-
VHIa and Mis* Elite Williams were mar
ried rtifs afternoon at o'clock at tho resl-
Aaoce ad the bride's parents. On account
of tba illness of the bride s sister. Mrs. F.
Y. Breen, Ibo ceremony sms very quiet
and waa witnessed by only a few friends
of the bride and groom. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. J. H. Williams of this
city and has a host of friends who ore
sorry to lose her from Jesup. The groom
Is a teacher of music and resides at Way
cross. Refreshments were served to the
Quests after the ceremony, which was per
formed by Rev. Dr. Scruggs of Wsycrors
Th* bride and groom left on the T o'clock
train for Wgycfoss. which city will be
rhetr home In the future. They carry
with them th* best wishes of ihelr many
Blends In Jesup.
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WONT SELL TO NEGROES.
ll ri of a C oneregntloa Ohjerte It
Their Church Itelnar field.
Atlanta, Gi., June *7.—'The congregation
of tht fifth Baptist Church hat been *pHt
BiM tola faction* by a preposition to aell
he AtiUMh ta negroes. Ae a result, a
hill of inlufirtton baa been filed hr one
of (be faction* to prevent the sale. The
congregation te untied on the Idee that
0 fid# Church shall he built on another to .
hut sine* many Of them live near the old
ohurch. they Ao not wish negrote to war-
Alp In that locality.
Judge Uumpkln to-day granted a tem
porary retraining order, and ret Friday
as a gat* for heartng the application for
• permanent receiver.
AW IKIDtHTiriCD BODY.
Tllcea from (he McDaaoagh Wreck
Ml the another* to Atlanta.
Atlanta.. June 27.—f)ne body, the last of
tea unidentified from the MoDonough
Wreck, it at an undertaking aatablirhmont
in tMa *My. When It reach*) Atlanta It
era* marked Oder W. H. Jensen of the
Merman Church In Utah, but nobody
claimed the body. To-day a Mormon
eMfif. paawfng through Atlanta sold tha
body might be that of CVisr Bennlaon of
QMttanddg*. The body is that of a roan
.18 year* of age .dark and brown mutUehe.
The Body will he held several days,
AfrOIISTBD TO THE POUT.
William f oarers file of farteravllle
Complimented by Isaater Bacon.
Atlanta, June 27.—William Canyera Fite
af flartaravllle. a ton of Judge A. W. file,
ha* been given an appointment ta the
West Point Military Academy by Sena
tor Bacon. Young Fite was graduated
this year from Cmory. end although he
was the youngest man in his class, he
took • high stand fie ta quite an ath
lete aa WeM as a scholar. He will go at
once le Highland Falla, N Y . where he
will prepare for tha eaamlnatlon. which
IN win have to undergo In Auguat.
pk wesKiao Mun mods.
gldrew Bray, a itrgro. Baa Been ar
rests* la Atlanta.
Atlanta Oe , June tf.—Andrew Gray, a
Attend negro, was arrenter) today by
Faataißce inspector Barry, charged anti
aperating a green goods swindle. II u
alleged that (fray has been using the
United htates metis te further a fraud'i-
Jswt bust nee* Particular* are withheld
by the authorities. Sent use they say they
•Xpert to caidi others believed to have
b*ca implicated with Gray.
■nil Par Kseelvsrs.
Atlanea. O*. June B —By order of the
eourt. T. J. Rlplsy, receiver of the Slate
Raving* Rank, must pay to James A. Aft
tl ereon and M. A. O'Byrne, rcctlvera of
the eouthsm Mutual Pulldlng and l-oan
tha dividend on a deposit of
watch hag bc n reads m tha name
*7. <• *fi*B Bpeelal." The depoMt U
■oclatloaf* V * ** ,B ***• •* th* •-
** It is an 111 Wind K
That Blows Nobody Good.**
That small ache or pain or
•weakness is the "ill wind”
that directs your attention to
the necessity of purifying
your blood by taking Hood's
Sarsaparilla. Then your
whole body receives good,
for the purified blood goes
tingling to every organ. It
is the great remedy for all
ages and both sexes.
Dytptptia " Complicated vdtH
Over and kidney trouble. I suffered for
years from dysptpsi a, voith severe pains.
Hood ’s Sarsaparilla made me strong and
Hearty/" •}. B. Emerton, Auburn. Me.
004 . run cam liver 111*: shs aea-lrrmuie# qe
soft mdwrwi to l*i with Tf*o4> sarisy.r'iiFs
Brilliant Wedding Took Pine* Loot
Night at Valdosta.
Valdosta, Ga . June 37 —One of the mo*t
brilliant wedding* of the season took
placo at the First Baptist Church to
night. th* contracting parties being Capt.
W. B Fender and Mias Coma Toung,
eldest daughter of Mrs. Renter Toung and
■later of Mr. John R. Toung of Savannah,
who gave the bride In marriage. Th*
church waa handsomely decorated and
presented a brilliant icene during th*
ceremony, which was performed by Rev.
Carl Minor. Th* attendants were Mis*
M. Toung. maid Or honor; Misses Nila
Fender and Aline Peeples of Atlanta,
bridesmaids; Mr. J Y. Bilteh was beat
man and Messrs. E. W. Lane. J. Randall
Walker, Frank Thomas, Dr. Spence. D.
A. Denmark and C. L. Smith were th*
Immediately after th# ceremony a bril
liant reception was tendered In honor of
th* happy couple at the residence Of Mr.
W. ft. Fender. Mr. snd Mr*. Fender left
to-night for a two months’ trip to Sara
toga, Niagara Falls and other places of
Interest They were recipients of the larg
est and handsomest array of wedding
presents ever seen her*.
News reached the city about dark this
evening of the death of Mr. L. M Ayers,
one of the most prominent citizens of the
Hahlra district. Th* deceased wss 76
year* old, and had lived in this county
for many years. Though coming to this
section as a poor boy. he had amassed
a considerable fortune and had much
valuable property In this City.
PISTOL PLAYED A PART.
IP, Tlbuley Shot Constable Janes
Dead a* Barantan.
Albany. Ga.. June 27—News reached
hers to-dsy of tha killing at Baconton, a
town sixteen mllea below Albany, on th*
T. 9, A F. W. Road, of Constable John
Jone*. by Dr. Oscar Tinsley.
It seems that Dr. Tinsley was arrested
yeaterday, charged with having shot
some hags belonging to a Mr. Cochran
The latter told Tinsley that he had no
desire to carry the matter Into the court*,
and would drop It if Tinsley would pay
for the hogs. The proposition was ac
cepted. Dr. Tinsley paying to Mr. Coch
ran the sum agreed upon
As the transaction was being closed up.
however, Dr. Tinsley Is wild to have re
marked that Constable John Jones had
stolen a bridle from him, and he proposed
lo get back ll* value In money. The re
mark. it aeems. woe repeated to Jones,
and this morning when he met Dr. Tlns
lay. an altercation took place between
them. They quickly* came to blows, and
before they could be separated Tinsley
had drawn a revolver and shot Jones
It is stated that at the time the fatal
shot was Tired Jones was beating hi* an
tagonist shout the head and body with a
•tout stick. It wan further reported that
Jone* was about to draw his own pistol,
having his hand upon it when killed
The affair is greatly regretted in Bacon
ion and throughout Marshall county,
where both Jones nnd Tinsley had many
friends. Dr. Tinsley lost his wife only
a short time ago, and his residence wa*
PEAR 9 AND PEACHES MOVING.
Thoaaas foamy Started the Firm
Elhertn. to Market.
Thomasvllle. Ga.. June 37.—W. E. Coch
ran. of this oily, returned Monday from
a trip to tha Weft, bringing hla Wife with
him. He was married June 2ff. to miss May
Teichman, In Gender Springs. Kan.
Le Conte pear shipment* have begun
from this point.
The first shipment of Siberia peaches
from Georgia for the season was made
Monday, by W. B Roddenberry of th a
J. W. Peacock and W. E. Barnet have
formed a partnership under the Arm name
of Peacock A Barnes. ToqJr business w ill
be manufacturing and flailing In yellow
pine lumber, with office in this city.
WAS DEATH TO THE DOG.
Bnt Emanuel County Farmer*
Avenged Rla Leas.
Gertman, Ga.. June 27.—A dog was bit
ten by a large rattlesnake near here Mon
day. The dog lived only a short time af
ter balng bitten. Some of the farmers de
cided yesterday to make a search for the
snake. It was only a few minutes before
tney found If The snake waa nearly live
feet long. Old Clitlaeua say that a snake
will remain In the eom* place twelve hours
after biting an animal Thera are hun
dred* of the poisonous reptiles in Em.m
MOB AVENGED A MYfIDCR.
tea Smith. Colored. Shot t* Death
for Killing Joe Hragrleks. White.
Mulberry, Fl* . June 37.—Word ha* Juet
been received her* that Joe Hendricks,
white, was killed by Nam Smith, colored,
at Ktngsford on Monday night. Smith
commit**] the crime with an axe, almost
severing Hendrick*' head from ha body.
The negro at once took to the wools,
with a sheriff's posse after him He was
captured late tha e.imc night, Nut a mob
took the prlaoneir from th* officers and
shot him to death.
A. J. JEHNIGAN DEAD.
Highly Neipseled fltlsea of Leals
vlll* Died After a Long 1 1 lares.
Louisville, On.. June 27 —Mr. A. J. Jer
nlgan. on* of Louisville's highly raapaeied
citizen*, died at hla home her* this even
ing after an Illness of several months, a*
the ag* af 67. He ant horn In Dangers
villa, Ga . and was a resident of that
pMc* until about two years ago whan he
moved to Louis vine A wife and twe **ll
dren gvmvs him HU rttßMnd will be
carried to Sandrsv|||s tor InttrmtnL
THE MORNING NEWS: THURSDAY. *JUNE 28. 1900.
EXPANSION AT DCBLIN.
Another Factory to Be Erected—Cor
poration Taxes Collected.
Dublin, Qd, June 27 —Dublin Is shortly
to have another manufacturing plant.
Yesterday Messrs. O. G. Sparks and S.
D. Jones of Macon purchased from Dr.
R. H. Hightower the plot of ground Just
above the river bridge and will at on<*
begin the erection of a stave factory.
They will work from thirty to forty
Yesterday afternoon Tax Collector F.
M. Daniel collected from th* Western
L'nlon Telegraph Company ten y<are' back
taxes upon that company’s property In
this county. Mr. Daniel Is seeking to col
lect back taxes from th* mill railroads
which run into this county from Cox and
Kastman, and has askel the advice of
Comptroller General Wright.
Postmaster Clark Grier has rrcetred no
tice from tho Postoffice Department that
commencing on July 1 his allowance for
clerk hire will be doubled. His allowance
for rent*, water and lights has also .been
Beginning next Monday two additional
mall clerks will be put upon th# Wrights
vllle and Tennllle and run through from
Tennlllo t* Hawklnsvllle. Heretofore only
one clerk has been upon the road between
Dublin and Tennllle.
The brick stores now Wing erected on
Jackson street, west, by Mr. W. W. Rob
inson, arc nearing completion. When
ready for occupany one will be occupied
by the Robinson Hardware Company and
the other by the Smith Furniture Com
Mr. A B Jones has been elected a di
rector of the Dublin Banking Company
to take the place of Capt. R. C. Henry,
who recently died.
At a recent mealing of th* Board of
Directors of tho Wrlghtsvllle and Ten
nlll* Railroad. Maj. .J. F. Hanson
of Ma/Con. was elected a dlerctor to All
the vacancy caused by the resignation of
Mr. C. R. rrlhgie of Sandersvllle.
Or Monday next the annual election of
mayor and couttcilmen of Dublin will o--
eur. but e* the recent primary settled the
metier only on* ticket will be voted for
a follows: Ma>or, Jas. B Hicks; coun
cilman. A. T. Summerlin. F. H. Bow*. E
R. Orr. J. H. Jackson and A. R. Arnau.
On Saturday the Populism of Laurens
County will elect five delegates from ea th
mllttia district who will meet In Dublin,
July 7. for the purpose of nomlnat ng a
ticket for county office*.
Arrangements have been made by
the Wrlghtsvllle and TSnntlls Railroad
with the (Southern for the u*e of the
bridge across the Ocmulgeo river at
Hawklnsvllle. Thle puts the Wrightsvllie
and Tennllle Into Hawklnsvllle, and makes
the extension from that place to Grova
nla a possibility. A Joint agency at
Hawklnsvllle will be maintained by th*
The last Issue of the Tennille New* Intl
msted that the Southern Road was aft*r
the Wrightavltle and Tennllle. Railroad
officials In Dublin laugh at th# statement
It is hardly probable that the majority
stock In the Wrtghtsvill* and Tennille
could be purchased at any price.
Last night Dr. E L. Baker, who some
month* ago was elected capta'n rt the
Dublin Guards, but who did not quallfy
for th* position, announced that he would
decline the office. C. A. Wedd ngton, Btq ,
was selected a* th* successor of Dr. Ba
ker and will b? formally elected when
order* are received from the office of the
Adjutant general to till the vacancy.
HI All 19 SOLD AT AVCTION.
Pries Paid by tbs Charleston 9yndl
ente hot Made Known.
Charleston, S. C„ June 27.—The yacht
Marl*, which recently captured the Inter
state challenge cup for the Carolina
Tacht Club from Savannah, was put up
at audion and cold this afternoon Th*
price paid for her has not been stated.
She was bought in by a syndicate of
Yacht Club members, among whom are
E. W. Hughes, Edward Simona, William
B. Huger, R. See Lobby, W D.
Porcher, H. M. Tucker and other*.
The annual r'gatta of th* Carolina club
will lake place to-morrow. It had been
hoped that several Savannah boat* would
come he - * to participate in th* race#, but
fo far th# Hornet only has arrived. She
ha* on board Messrs. Lloyd Gwens. Louis
Haekeil, Clarence Connerat and Harry
HERE UK# AT C6LQITYT.
Mr. Roberts and Miss Franklin ol
dearborn Were Mnd One.
Colquitt, Ga., Juna n —Mr. Drew Rob
ert* of Colquitt and Mis* Bessie Franklin
of Scarhoro# Ga. were married Sunday
evening last at the residence of Dr. and
Mrs. E R. Hush.
Dr. K B. Bush, who wa* elected a dele
g4>* to the Demccratle Convention, will
leave short y for Atlanta, where he will
Join the Georgia dcl’gatlcn to Kansas
DEATH AX EXPLO9ION.
Two Men Ware Killed and Tbwee
Frobnbly Fatally InJared.
Columbia. 6. C., June 27—By the ex
plosion of the boiler of a threshing ma
chine at CrOFShill. Wm. P. Fuller, a young
graduate of Clemsen College, and Mar
shall Owen were instantly killed James
D Wltherr>oen, nephew Of Judge With
erspoon of York, and two laborer* were
probably fatally Injured.
Mr*. J. ft. Bhea Dead.
Griffin, G*.. June 27.—Mr*. J. G. Rhea,
wife of Cashier J. G Rhea of the City
National Bank of this city, died dt her
home on Seventh #tre*t this afternoon at
4 O'clock, from consumption. Mr*. Rh<a
had been In 111 health for several months,
and for the last three week*, has he<n
sinking gradually. She leaves a husband
■nd one child, Mlse Mary Belle Rhea, who
have the heartfelt sympathy of th* entire
til'-01.11. 1 "! '■ II mi'll.! m, I —sun s
PRESERVE YOUR SIGHT
By wearing glasses that not alona enable
you to see, but correet every defect that
There la no guesswork la our methods
W# have the latest and moat approved
aelentifle apparatus for accural* eye test
ing. We make no charge for consult*-
tlan or examination, and should you need
the service* of a physician wa will frank
ly tell you so.
Our crystal tense* are perfect lo every
respect, being ground under our own su
pervision. They cannot be compared in
value to th* kind offered as cheap by th*
so-called optician* or Jewelers who han
dle Inferior glasses a# a sl4* liaa.
DR. M SCHWAB A SON.
Exclusive Opticians, 47 Bull Btroat
N. B.—Oculist prescriptions filled same
day received. Repairing dona at short
DIVIDRXD MITK*. ~
Savannah Rank and True* Cos.,
Savannah, Ga.. June 21. IW>
A aeml-annoal dividend of 13.0n per
share ha* been declared on the capita]
stock of tltta hank, payable on and after
July I, 1100. to stockholder* as *f record
at* data Th* transfer book* are closed
until July 2 D C. CARSON
XXTRACT. * AVOIO JB Ull
Van ALL PAIN
' It will Ouro.
Isle of Hope. Ga., June 28. 19.
All members of (he Isl* of Hop* Yacht
Club are requested to be present at Ist*
of Hope this night, June 28, a* this meet
ing depend* largely with th* race* to be
given on July 4 THIS 19 IMPORTANT.
W. W. FRETWELU Secretary.
Savannah lodge no. lisn. b. p. g.
Savannah. Ga.. June 28. I*o.
A special meeting of this lodge will be
held to-night 8:30 o'clock.
Object: Visit of Savannah Dodge to
Grand Lodge meeting Atlantic City.
J. J. KIRBY. E. R-
L. J. MAXWELL. Secretary.
Dinner l to 3 and 8 to 9. Thursday. June 28.
Scottleh Barley Broth.
Red Snapper ala Hoilendalee.
Potatoes a l'Atgerlenne.
Sliced Tomatoes, w-ith French Dressing
Queen Olives, Chow Chow, Mixed Pickles.
Ribs of Baltimore Beef. Dish Gravy.
Stuffed Spring Chickens, with Currant
Braised Tongue ala Flanders
Compote of Bananas ala Richelieu.
New Potatoes, Mashed Squashes,
Boiled Roasting Ears. S;ewed Tomatoes
Pastry and dessert.
Potato Custard Pi*. Assorted Cakes
Cheese. Crackers. Fruits.
A* LEVAN 6 CAFE RE3TAURANT,
HI Congress street, west.
the Chatham real f.*tatk aid
June 26. 1900.
The Board of Directors have this day
declared a dividend of one 50-100 (11.50)
per share, payable on and afier July 6
next. Book# of transfer will be closed until
after that date.
M. J. SOLOMONS. Sec'y and Treas.
The Citizen# Bank t>f Savannah.
Savannah. Ga.. June 27, 1900.
A dividend of three dollar* per share has
heen declared by the Director* of The
CltlSen* Bank of Savannah, PAYABLE
ON DEMAND to Mockholdef* of record
GEO. C. FREEMAN, Cashier:
THE CHATHAM BANK
Savannah. GO.. June 27. 1900.
The Board of Directors of this bank have
this day declared a semi-annual dividend
of three (1800) dollar* per share upon the
fptl*l stock of this bank, psynhl* on
and after July 2, 1900, to stockholder** of
record this day.
The books of transfer will be closed un
til'* fter July 2. 1900.
BARRON CARTER. Assistant Cashier.
FDR SALE, YACHT DHAGOON.
This splendid yacht for sal#, with all
of her belongings. She waa the champion
for five years, having won twenty-one
first prize# tn one season. 8h has 6/00
pounds of lead on her keel, worth at the
least 6480. She i* fully equipped with
everything necessary for euch a yacht
And ha* three full suits of sail*, a full
set of light sails, and several extra sails.
Two anchors and cables owning, mat
ures#*, binnacle, and alt light* necessary
for a sailing yacht. Enclose any bids to
Julian ftrhley. Secretary and Treasurer.
Povanrah, Ga., to reach him by or before
Saturday. June SO.
BIGHT BEAVTirtL LOT*
Ordered 9oid lo nose gradient*.
I am instructed to *#ll AT ONCE:
3 lots fronting on Wells square, each
being 11x110 feet, with alley In the rear
Also 6 lots fronting on Eighth street,
each 30x130, with alley In the rear.
Terms—l2s cash. 15 per month, interest
at 6 per cent per annum.
Will sell one lot or more to suit pur
cbaser?. C. H. PORSETT.
YOl 'LL 9AVE AND PROFIT
by th* misfortune of other* We have a
lull Lea Top Buggy, rubber tired, used
three limes, cost 1145, for sale I9S.
1 Pneumatic Tired Wire Wheels Run
about, one of the finest, cost 1190. good a*
new. for $l3O
2 Second-hand Buggies. 1 open, 1 top,
for sal# cheap for cash.
If you want bargains call early In the
week. Wa will sell to the first caJlar.
cohen-kvlman carriage and
Broughton and Wes! Broad afreets.
'I ML WAY TO CLEAN CARI'CT.
Tits only nay ic get your carpel* prop
arly taken up. cleaned and taken car* and
for th* summer i* to turn tha job over la
th* District Messenger and Delivery Cos,
telephone 2, or call at J 2 Montgomery
•treat, and thay will tnaka you on esti
mate on the cost of the work. Prices
reasonable. They also pack, move aad
•tors furniture sad piano*.
C H MEDLOCK. Bur*, and Mgr.
PL ASTER Eft S' AND W A9OX9* 91 P-
Cement. Lime. Plaster, Hair and River
Band. Prompt delivery. Rearonable price.
A VANN AH BUILDING •UPrL.Y CO..
Corner Drayioa add Cougra#*
Phone sl% ,
liters are dally ap
ie aroma and High
found only In the
i in i go..
206 Bay Street, We*t.
Makers, New York.
In Excellent Shape Once More
FINE LAUNDRY WORK.
Savannah Steam Laundry Go.,
II Congress Street, West. Phone 383,
Pure Beer,Ale andPorter.JHß
HENRY SOLOMON & SON, Eg||
Brewer’s Agents, Savannah, Ga. ftprhgai
There i* but on# cardinal reason: The
Water Is a natural diuretic. Get hold of
that phrase in its full meaning. If you
please. Turn to Abernethy. "Nature's
way of cure of disease Is by free diuresis."
And Avenbrugger: "Nature cares for he
kidneys. That is health.” And Bichat:
“Health Is impossible If the diuretics be
Put It In this way: The Water ha# a
selective action on the kidneys. The ex
cretion of the eolld matters—the urea,
uric acid, and extractive matters—is In
creased by it. In other words. It causes
the elimination of the products of the
Increased metamorphosis of tissue. And
yet. notice that this is done without any
Impairment of the quality of the blood, or
any lowering of the forces of the organ
It fa better tha* patients go to the Spring
to take the Water, for the reason that th*
psychic Influence# of change of scene, as
sociations and climate are very large fac
tors concerned in the results of treatment.
Go to the Sprirfg, If you can. It mean*
much more than you can dream of. You
want the Water as Nature hands it forth.
But If you cannot go for any reason, you
may rest assured that it is the same
Water, whether taken at the Spring or
hundreds of miles from there, end that
the reeults are the same wherever it Is
There are two or three points to be not
Sutvanee Water 1* prompt in its action.
It acts the same day that it Is taken. The
offers are Immediate.
The effect* are continuous. That is, the
results, which are early accomplished, are
For descriptive pamphlets with testi
SUWANkB SPRING CO.,
ANDREW HANLEY, President and
City of Savannah. Office Director of
Public Works. 6avannah, Ga.. June 25,
1900. -Sealed proposal# will be received at
this office until Saturday. June 30, 190).
at 12 o'clock noon, ehy time, to furni-h
the city of Savannah with supplies until
July 31. 1900. AH proposals must be male
on official forms which can be se-ured at
this office on and after this dale.
Envelopes to be marked "Proposals for
Supplies." The city reserve* the right to
reject any Or all bids. Bids to be opened
In the presence of bidders
GEO, M. GADSDEN, Director.
BIO* XX ANTED.
City of Savannah. Office Director of
Public Works, SaVannSh, Ga., June 25,
I9oo.—Bids will be received at this office
until Saturday, June 30, 1900 at 12 o'clock
noon. City time, for furnishing Mod as
No. 1 timothy b*y. per 100 pounds, best
quality feed bran, per 100 pound#.; beat
quality corn, r>*r bushel; lest quelliy
mixed oats; to be weighed at the city lot
Envelopes to be marked "Bids fo r Feed."
The city reserves the right to reject any
or all bids. Bids to be opened in Y~e
presence of bidders.
GEO. M. GADSDEN. Director.
81Y ONLY THE BGIT GINGER ALE.
The best la the Whel*r Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale, made by Wheeler A Cos,
of Belfast, Ireland, from the celebrate,!
Cromau Springs of ib&t oily. Ihes#
spring* •#* tha property of Wheeler A
Cos, hence no other Ginger Ale manufao
turer In Ireland h.us those waters but
thanwelvei. Th* Wheeler Ginger Ale Is
made from pur* Jamaica Ginger Root and
not from Red Pepper, as other* are; one
la deleterious—the other i* a tonic.
For Heallhfulnesa and Purity th# cel*,
brated Wheeler brand of Bellaat (linear
Ala la the best.
__ Rule Southern Agents, Savannah. G*.
large tREIIOLSK AND
to rent, located bead of Broughton
street, on West Broad, now occu
pied by tha Savannah Carriage and
Wagon Cos. As thay will g|v* „„
buainesa In (he cliy on June j, j offer
It tor rant from that data
, H. P SMART.
Oo* of our ruenta has placed In oui
band* $25.00* to loan on good Savannah
real eatat* at roasorusM* rates of Interest
BECKETT A BECKETT.
H Proaident street, east.
XVIIV NOT I'9e"" '
ORIGINAL ANNISTON LIMKf
Each barrel contain* sufficient quantit)
and quality to make it MONEY-RavINO
A. HAN LET COMPANY, do)* Agents.
HAVE YOU TRIED
If not, you have yet to taste the
most delicious hnm In the market.
FOR BOILING IT HAS NO
Follow the directions, and you will
have the tendereSt, sweetest, Juicest
slice that ever tickled your palate.
In this ham you buy quality, not
The S. W. Branch Cos.,
Corner Broughton and Whitaker.
I Ml milt MS
In the window are only an earn
est of the nice and stylish
things inside. A thousand article#
suited for prizes or gifts, and
all at low prices considering the
Hunter & Van Keuren,
Jeweler*. HI Bun street.
V*-- at Sail StfML T.J,ph.,n. T,v
9PLENDIII R191NE99 STAND FOR
The large double stores known as the
Whitfield building, located corner of fcta'e,
President and Whitaker streets. These
eplendid stores are now occupied by
Messrs. Llhdsay * Morgan, and can be
rented In whole or In part from Oct. :
This location is steadily growing In popu
larity, being opposite the hew United
Staten Court House and Postoftlee, and is
well adapted for any- business. Apply
W. M. A w. E. CONEY.
NATIONAL MATTREsi” AND RENO
All kinds malirease* made to order Fme
curled hair and moss mattresses spam*,,
ty. Our medicated steam renovating pro
cess of hair, ft ethers, mosa, etc, la en
dorsed by Our local physicians as being the
beat germ destu yer in uae. YOur old mat
tresses or leather beds made new at reas
onable price*. W# carry a full line of tick
ings, hair, fenthers and moss. Call and in
spect our methods.
b „ JA S. R ' Prop,
Bell Phone 1186. 33i Drayton street.
By the American Bonding and Trust Com
lny or Baltimore, w* are authorised t*
(immediately upon appll
#s* °l?w *** bonds in Judicial proceedings
In either the state or United States
courts, and of administrators and
_ . . DEARINO * HULL. Agents.
Telephone 324. Provident Building.
LAUNCHES FOR RENT.
For five people i per hour; $5 per day.
For ten people f2 per hour; U per day.
AH axtra passengers proportionately.
City phone jss, or 762, Btabowg Club,
LEOPOLD ADLER. c. a ■**•%
PromdenL Tie* FtmMhL
W. I. M'CAULET. Cashier.
Will be pleased to receive th* accounts
of Merchants, Firms, Individuals, Banka
Liberal favora aatswdad.
Unsurpassed collection facUlU** fa f
tng prompt returns.
Sep rate Sarinis Derartoeal
INTEREST OOMPOL'RDKD gCAB.
TERLY OR deposit*
Safety Deposit Boms sad TMMr tm
rsnt Correspondence solicited.
The Citizens Bank
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Solicit! Aecsaat! *i
Merchant!, Banks aa4 *tk* C!rgs>
Colleetioas k*i<M with sa(St|L
scanomy sad dlipstek.
Interest compounded gsaHHlp
•Hewed *a deposits In swr firligg
■ntety Deposit Boars and fttiigi
BRANTLEY A. DENMARK. FrostdSa*
MILLS B. LANE, vies President.
GEORGE C. FREEMAN, Cnshisr.
GORDON L. GROOVER, Asst. Casklss*
Accounts of Banks, merchants, inr>ait_
tlons and individuals solicited.
Savings Department, [surest paid
Safety Boxes and Storegs Vaults tm
Colleotisna mad* on all points at he
Draft* sold on Ml tba chief cities af IM
JOSEPH. D. WEED. President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND. Vic* President
at ins B.ats of Georgia.
Surplus and undivided proffls— ...-4MMM
bkrUSi’iUKl or XltJt STATE UV
Superior facilities tor transacting a
“ YisuVrai Banking cualnean.
Collections made on all points ' ~ 1
accessiblYThrough nsnxa and banker#
At.oui t. ut UaYPiLa.~~Z~ariM*ia, AAetrlimiM
and oth*ra soUatUd. Safa Ltpodt MM
Depanmaat af Bavlnga, tntsrsst psfdkM
Sells Btearllng Exchange on T inlM 4
JOHN FLANNERY, President.
HORACE A. CRANE, Vlas Fl tslilMl
JAMES SULLIVAN. Cashier.
JNO. FLANNERY. WM W. GORDOH.
E. A. WEIL W. W. GORDON, R
H A. CRANK JOHN If. EGA M.
LEE ROY MYERS. JOSEPH FSBBT.
H. P. SMART. CHARLES BLUB.
EDWARD KELLT. JOHN J. KIRBY.
THE GERMANIA BANK
Capital .... ••• oeeeettsetMiseluffssemUm
Undivided profits IMM
This bank ou.ra iU service* lo oorporl*.
tione, merchants and individuals.
Haa authority to act aa executor, ag*
mlnlstrater, guardian, ate.
Issued drafts cn th* p<tbclpn< dtlss
Great Britain and Ireland and on I tm
Interest paid or compounded quartstW
an deposits In th* Saving Department,
Safety Box** for rent.
HENRY BI.ITN. President.
GEO. w TIEDFMAN. Vie# PrsaMasL
JOHN M. HOGAN. Cashier.
WALTER F HOGAN. Ass t Cash!**.
NO. IMS. ensnared, ISB
Hills ini w
capital, doo.ooo. surplub. fioo.sw
L'MTLD STATES DEPOSITORY.
J. A. G. LARSON. President
BURNS GORDON, Vic* Preaid ML
W. M. DAVANT. Cashier.
Accounts of banka and bankers, gMN
chants and corporations received a pan
the most favorable terms consistent With
sat* and conservative banking.
A two-*tory double cot tag* on a ear*
A one-siory cottage on a corner, and
a lot sixty feet from by one hundred nd
seventeen f*e detp. with two Wide Kreetl
and a lane.
So anxious are the owner* to neil (hat
they will lake a part cash and fiv* long
time on th* balance at a low rite of Jn
t*r*K, C H.
TO NewSDflDer MM.
For rale, a rerealth Newspaper FMddri
win fold sheet 17*42. It u m goad after.
Price 1100. It cost originally ti.lOO, But
we have no use for It ana want U rasM
It will be an invnluMe adjunct M daw
gPECIAL XO-i ic Ka. "
BATH MITTS AND FLESH BELT*,
iseg in tba bath and Sa • Seek
Feeding Caps far Inrnllda, a yg>
riety of styles.
True Dalmatian Powder. It to
lint nenerall* known that a small
quantity homed la the room* o*lll
keep out Fils* and Nssgeltsfl. JIM
received n freak enpjtly.