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TO HAVE TWO-YEAR COURSES.
6EEMS PRORAIILE I.AW SCHOOLS
WILL ES'J ABLhil THEM.
May Bea Result of the Agitation of
the Matter liy the Lawyers at
Warm ypriiiß* Members of the
liar tisocintlon Were Evenly Di
vided Upon the RiteMion off Ev
il niiiintion of (irailantei—The ( los
iiiß Day off the 17th .Animal Meet
Warm Spring.* Ga., Ju*.v 6.—The ©cven
leenth annual meeting of the Georgia Bar
Association adjourned this afternoon.
Never before in the history of the organ
ization have meetings been >o well at
tended, nor fo highly sat is f <■ tory.
and speeches have been pronounced he
best ever brought before the lawyers.
The association has swollen in members
aino© the last meeting, fifty n- v members
being enrolled. Every nv mber Of the s
-eociation present expressed delight in the
meeting, many new features having been
introduced which added peculiar fast in i
tion to the gathering
The majority of the visitor© left to
ifigh*. while others ai remaining over
for a few days.
Two-year courses in Georgia law schools
will be a result of this meeting. Both tlie
University and Mercer will establish t
two-yenr term in 1901.
Die* ussion of the dumb a- I of 1850 fol
lowed tfiH election of offi ■< is. Many in
teresting papers were read on the sole
jert. Ex-Chief Justice Bleckley a<hirc©.~-
e*l the association on the dumti net. Hr
began by saying hr was a good judge of
legal music, and could pi y on any instru
ment leg illy. He reviewed (lie dumb act
somewhat saying that instead of there
being twelve jurror©. there vere always
thirteen, as the judge always* counted
under the dumb a‘t originated through
Col, P. \Y Me Id rim of Savannah fol
lowed He look the position that trials
in criminal rases were sometimes too
speedy and often caused the death of the
innocent. He was opposed to convening
court when the people w©ie excited and
was against the repeal of the act. An ex
cellent paper was read by (>m P. Steed
of .Macon on the subject.
Col. Law'ton of Savannah introduced a
resolution that the association take no
action on the dumb act, which was adopt
Reports of committees rendered at the
first day’s session were railed for. and it was
moved not to discuss them until the* mect
itig next year. Reports regarding law stu
dents and payment of fees for expert tes
timony were the principal ones to come
up. Those opposed to the adoption of the
reports had formed together, a* had those
who favored it. The association was even
ly divided on the issue about law schools,
•ml the feeling was so intense that it was
decided to postpone the discussion until
next year. Postponement came in the na
ture of a surprise, but it was thought bet
ter than to causa hard feelings or bring
about an attack on the law school?. Next
year ail graduates of law schools will at
tend the association and defeat the meas
ure if possible
Mr. T. W. Hardwick of Washington will
probably introduce a bill at the corning
session of the Legislature for every ap
plicant for admission to the bar to go
lefere the state board.
After an intermission of ten minutes.
Judge Bleckley made his annual address
to the lawyers. The auditorium was pack
ed when the judge began. His address
was decidedly the b a st of t lie convention.
Election rf officers took p’aee this morn
ing. The following were elected: Warner
P. Hill, Greenville, president; Charlton
Battle Columbus, fiis< vice president;
John (*. Hart, Cnion Point, second vice
president; B. H. Hill. Atlanta, third vice
president; A. I\ Daley, Wrigbtsville,
fourth vi e president. J. B. Burnside,
Hamilton, fifth vice president. Executive
Committee: Burton Smith. Atlanta, chair
man; J. M. Terrill. Greenville; Bolling
AVhitefleld, Brunswick; Lloyd Cleveland,
Griffin; A. H. Lawton, Savannah; O. A.
Park, Macon, secretary; /. D. Harrison,
treasurer. The new officers were installed
to-day at 12 o’clock. Judge Howe delivered
an address before the association last
TE At urns IN ATL ANTA.
They Will Stop Hero on Their AVny
to < i> n rlt Mton.
Atlanta. July 6.—A special train arrived
in Atlanta at 10:30 o'clock this morning,
over th. Western and Atlantic, bearing a
large party of school teachers from Chi
cago and other points in Northern Illinois.
The teacher were nearly ail women and
were cn route to the Convention of the
National Educational Association, which
convenes in Charleston, S. C., continuing
until July 13.
The excursionists remained over in At
lanta, visiting the principal attractions of
the city. An electric car was placed at
their disposal in the afternon, and the
long tide was much enjoyed. Some little
time was spent by the school teachers in
Miss Catherine Goggin of Chicago, pres
ident of the Teachers' Federation of that
city, atopped w'ith her party of forty-seven
at the Majestic-. She expresesd herself ns
highly pleased with the appearance of
Atlanta: "We have heard so much about
Atlarvta as the Chicago of the South,” said
she, “and now we are here on your fa
mous Peachtree street. We and termined to
give a day to sight-seeing in your city,
notwithstanding we wdll be thrown a day
late at the convention by doing so.
"Our itinerary includes a visit to Sa
vannah. We will spend Sunday there,
leaving for Charleston via the Plant Sys
tem Monday morning. Another large
party of school teachers from the North
west will probably arrive in Atlanta Sun
day. They were to leave Chicago on the
sth. Our party left there on the 3d. We all
expect to return via Virginia. Few of
us have ever been South before, and it
surprises us that it Is no hotter. It \*
not as hot in Atlanta as it is in Chi
POISONED HIMSELF AND lilt IDE.
Sensational Act of nn Enforced
(■room at Anderson.
Columbia, S. C., July €.—A sensational
tragedy is reported from Anderson. It
was the attempt of Rufus T. Wright to
poison his young bride and then himself.
It seems to have been the old story of
trifling with a woman's love, n forced
marriage and the intolerable situation. A
few days ago Wright married Miss Collie
Burns, a pretty girl of 17 and a member
of a good family. He took his wife to
Anderson, and they visited her married
sister. Yesterday afternoon Wright
bought 10 cents worth of strychnine from
a local druggist, asking if it was enough
to kill a man. The |K>ison was taken w hile
both wtre sitting it) a swing in the gar
den. and while Wright, who has recovered,
is charged with attempted murder, it is
not yet known whether Hie unfortunate
girl was a party to the act.
The hostess found the couple in con
vulsions on the ground and summoned
physicians. Wright is 25, handsome and
belongs to a good family of Anderson
farmers. Hr lias not, however, been on
liie farm, but is nn insurance agent.
Eczema—No lure. No Pay.
Your druggist will refund your money if
?**zo oimiißut fails to cure you. 60c.
44 Hit the Nail
On the Head.
If you have eruptions, pains in the
head or kidneys, stomach trouble and
feelings of weariness, "Hit the nail on
the head.’" Hood's Sarsaparilla is the
hammer to use. It ‘will purify your blood.
The masses praise it for doing this and
making the whole body healthy.
MISM K ATE MeSNVAIN DETAIL
AA ooils, n Negro. \A ho Killed ■ \A hit©
Alan Four learn Ago Arrested.
Valdosta. Ga.. July 6.—Miss Kate Mc-
Swain died suddenly at the residence of
Mrs. Crews, where she was living, last
night at 8 o'clock.
Miss MeSwain was a maiden lady of SO
y. ars, and had taught school in this
county for acme time. Her rikath is sup
posed to have been a used by apoplexy,
though she was Thought io !>• in excellent
health for one of her age
A telegram r.c- i\ and here this morning
from Sheriff Pasmore, states that lie lias
Robert Woods, the murderer of Ren Phil
lips in this county four years ago.
Woods was -arrest'd near Gcnc\a. Ala.,
and Sheriff Passmor- went after him
Wednesday. A telegram was re -eived here
from rho Governor this morning sating
that he had received a telegram from
Woods, asking f< r protection from rnoh
violence. The Governor wa< telegraphed
that there was no danger of violence to
the negro. Woods killed a white matt,
and there was some excitement at the
time as the killing was atrocious.
Of the Educational AHo<>intlon Con
tinued 1t Work at ( harlenton.
Charleston, 3 <\. July ’The Indian
department of the National Educational
Association Convention resumed its ses
sion this morning at 10 o'clock, Chairman
Bullock presiding. The first paper was
read by Supt. H. B. Frissell of the Hamp
ton. Va . Industrial Institute, his theme
being “What Is the Relation of the Indian
of the Present Decade to the Indian of
A general discussion of Dr. Frissell’s
paper followed, in which S. I>. Rakestraw
and F. F. Avery of Crow Creek, S. D.,
took prominent part.
Dr. J. G. Bullock concluded the meeting
wdth a paper on “Sanitary Condition©
Among the Indians.” The Indian depart
ment then adjourned to meet at 10 o’clock
on Monday morning.
Tit\IVMASTF.R TIYM.KY HCRT.
\ C'oiuluotur Found 'flint n Relative
Played h Grexvnome Trick.
Macon. July 6.—The friends of Train
master Tinsley of the Central were very
much disturbed to-day over the report
circulated here that at Tennille last night
his hand was mashed off while he was
working with a freight train. No de
tails could be learned, hut it was said
that all the fingers on one hand were
completely cut off.
When Conductor K. J. Dyer was on his
way to the 11:55 train for Savannah last
night he met an undertaker with a coffin,
bound for nis home. The coffin had been
ordered for the conductor by a relative,
and the relative, whose name is Griffin,
will be given a lunacy trial to-morrow,
the police *ay. if they can catch him.
t SI H IDE \T GAINESVILLE.
\\ . S. Johnson Hiiiik llimsrlf in the
Gainesville, Ga.. July 6.—W. S. John
son of Littleton, N. C., committed sui
cide in his sell at police station in this
city at 3:30 o’clock this afternoon. He
was arrested here East Saturday morning
because of his suspicious actions. It later
developed that h s mind was temporarily
deranged and his people were tel graphed
hi* condi*ion and asked to come for him.
This afternoon he took the straps from
around his telescope, tbd one end to the
lop of Ills cell and. fastening the ether
around his neck, let hlmse f down, death
resulting frem strangulation in a very
EXPECTED TO BE Ml HD Ell ED.
Letter From n Missionary tliowfil
She Unit Little Hope of Life.
Columbia, S. C., July 6.—Dr. fl. M. Rey
nolds has received a letter from his ©ls-
t r r. w ife of Dr. Gilbert Reid, head of
the International Institution in Pekin,
dated May 30. saying they expected to he
murdered that night. She had not a'ept
or undressed for several days, and was
momentarily expecting an attack by the
On his last visit to this country Dr.
Reid married Miss Reynolds in this city.
The lady was a leader in work in South
Carolina for the heathen and taught a
class of Chinamen in the Sunday School
ATHLETIC CM B AT DOTHAN.
Robert Lee Ha* A nil on n ceil for i on
gre*a Againat Hon. J. O. C layton.
Dothan. Ala., July 6.— I The Dothan Ath
letic Club was organized here last night
wMth about eighty members. J. R. Young
was elected president, J. B. Knox, gen
et al manager; J. E. McCants, physical
instructor. The club starts out with the
most flattering prospects for succe?©. A
handsome brick building will be erected a:
an early date. All the latest athletic
appliances will be put up. and baths will
l>© put in. In fact, it will be strictly up
to-date all through.
Robert Lee of Barbour county, ha© an
nounced himself as u candidate for Con
gress from this district, against the pres
ent incumbent, Hon. J. D. Clayton.
OPENING DAY %T BRIGHTON.
Mu in Event \\n* Won liy Voter,
Hrenking ( Irculnr Truck Record.
Now York. July 6.—This was the open
ing day of the season at Brighton Beach.
The race of the day was the first, in
which the (rack sprinter Voter ran the
six furlongs in 1:12 1-5 and broke the rec
ord for ail circular tracks.
First Race—Six furlongs. Voter. 1 to 5.
won, with Firearm, 13 to 5 and 1 to 8, sec
! and, and Lew Kraft. 15 to 1, third. Time
i Siond Race—Selling, five furlong©,
j Screech, 8 to 5, wpn.’with Educate, 15 to 1
j and 5 to 1, second, and Maximus, 5 to 1,
third. Time 1:01 4-5.
Third Race—Montauk, six furlons. Com
manda, 10 to 15. won, with Cresson, 2 to 1
and 4 to 5, second, and Beddeck, 15 to 1,
third. Time 1:14 1-5.
Fourth Race—Saragossa, one mile. Bell
of Lexington. 4 io 1, won, with Her lady
ship, 9 to 2 and 8 to 5, second, and Motley,
8 to 1, third. Time 1:27 2-5.
Fifth Race—One and one-sixteenth miles.
HerlievL •> to 1, won. with James, 4 to 6
and out. second, and Mayor Gilroy, 2 io 1,
third. Time 1:47 2-5.
HJxth Race—Selling, on© and one-six
teenth miles. Maximo Gomez, even, won,
with Rare Perfume, b to 1 and 2 to 1, sec
ond, and Liu,lul*, 40 io 1, third. Time
THF. MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY. JULY 7. 1900.
WHAT CHOKER SAID TO HILL.
Report of All tbr Bitter Thiuis*.
Salil 111 Their Stormy Private la
From the New York World.
Kansas City. July 4.—Thi© is an accur
ate account of the interview between
Richard Croker and David Bennett Hill in
Croker’s apartments at the Midland Hotel
yesterday afternoon, half an hour before
the humiliation of Hill in the caucus of
the New York delegation.
It is the one thing of which politicians
from all parts of the United Spates have
talked to-day. It outstrips in Interest any
other subject connected with the conven
The interview between Mr. Hill and Mr.
Croker was solicited by Croker himself.
He sent State Senator P. H. McCarren to
Hill yesterday morning to ask him if he
would accept the Indorsement of the New
York delegation for the nomination of Vice
President of the United States. Hill te
pl i°d in the negative. When he appeared
at the headquarters of the New York del
egation to participate in the caucus Crok
er tent an invitation to him to come to his
rooms, which are on the same floor, h
short distance, away. Hill responded and
Croker met him at the door. They did iot
offer to shake hands.
"< ’om© in, Senator Hill, I want to talk
“How do you do. Mr. Croker?" said Sen
ator Mill. “What ran I do for you.” And
turning to where cx-Scnator Murphy sat,
said. “Hello. Ed?”
"Hello. Dave!” said ex-Seimtor Murphy.
Senator Hill took a seat, uninvited.
"Well. I want to know. Senator Hill."
©aid Croker. with studied formality, ‘why
you refuse to accept the nomination for
vice president If you are going to get
in line, now is the time."
Hill’* letinn-*; ( roker'i Threat.
"In line?" said Mill, looking the Tam
many chieftain in the fate. “What do you
"Well, these people our here think that
you are not on the level with them. I
think they've put rh* nomination for sec
ond place up to you as a test. They ac
cuse you of skulking in 1806, of be
ing under cover now ."
"Why. why, Croker.” said Senator Hill,
excitedly, "I did not skulk any more than
you. and as a matter of fact a good many
of us skulked in 18%. Tatnmanv skulked
and you know it;look at the New'York city
vote. We were all together and were lick
ed. I’ve come out here as a good Demo
crat trying to get these people out West
to try to realize- the futility of trying to
win on th© platform of 18%. I have not
selfish reason. I want nothing for my
self. lam ready for a fight. You haven't
always been, Croker.”
“Oh. yes. Senator, " said Croker. "I
want to talk about that with you." and he
brought his hands squarely down on his
knees in his characteristic way.
"I have been told by my friends that
you have had a loi to say about me. I
understand that you have been talking
about my trips to Europe and hove charg
ed me with lack of responsibility. I have
also been told that you have done lots of
talking about my interest in the American
Ice Company. What have you got to say
Croker Capture* Hill'* Friend*.
“What have I go to say?” replied Hill,
who was perspiring from the awful heat
and frequently wiped his forehead. “What
have I got to say?-' and he shook the in
dex finger of his tight hand above his
head in the air. "You know very well,
Croker. that there is a lot of talk about
you. The Democrats up the state do not
think that you have managed the party
properly in New* York city. You have
made it too much of a personal organiza
tion. You know* and ”
"That 1© not true." said Croker. rising
from his seat. "That is not true. Senator
Hill. I’ll show you this afternoon that
(here are a lot of Democrats up the state
who are much more satisfied with us than
they are with you. You will find in the
caucus this afternoon that some of them
will vote with the Tammany organiza
“Yes. I’ve heard. Croker. that you have
got Macki and hi* crowd in Erie by prom
ising to make him national committee
nn. I don’t know what your deal is
with McLaughlin in Kings, but I hear
that you have them, too." Mr. Hill tvit
mod by this time.
He woe standing and shaking both of
his doub!ed-up tiers above his head, as
he does while making stump speeches.
Croker was eteo standing, facing Hill, and
was almost as excited as Hill.
“That is not true. Hill," he said, for Hi©
first time dropping Senator Hill’s till?.
"There is no deal. You haven't acted
right in New York and you know it."
Just at this point Mr. Murphy, who had
remained seated. aro©©, and placing ills
h.-nd upon Mr. Hill’s shoulder, said:
"Now, Dave, you're wrong about this.
This crowd out here in (he West end
South regard New' York with suspicion
anyway, and they have fixed up h test
of loyalty for you. Now. Dave, you’re un
der suspicion— not accused, you under
stand, but under suspicion, and”—
"My God. Ed, are you going to let
these people humiliate me?” and Hill
turned on the peacemaker with a ferocity
of h (iger. As 'he said “these people,”
he indicated Croker. who was standing
fhrre feet away, with his hand resting
on the back of a chair.
Hill Af|i*ul* to Mnrpliy.
"Look here. Ed, you and I have been
together for a good many years, and
>°u have always found in© when you
wanted me. We have worked together
for (he interest of the party when the
party irk New York City skulked, as thev
say I am skulking now. I did not expert
th t you would be against me and with
them on any proposition.”
"I am not against you now. Hill, and
you know it. W e havn’t got a chance
on earth to win against the Democrats
of tjie South and West. They have got
(his convention, and it would simply be
committing suicide and killing all chance
of party harmony by fighting them now.
We have all got to got together some
way. and this seems to be the easiest
way.” and Murphy came close to Hill and
threw his left arm half around (he lul
Rut Hill was angry an<l broke away.
Rrynn Didn't Want Hill.
•'I am not ready to be burled yet," he
Bald; "and. anyway, it looks to me as if
Croker and his people wanted to turn me
down. 1 naturally expected to he a
member of the Committee on Resolutions.
They have permitted it to go out to all
the newspapers that I was to be."
"Yes, and you would have been." said
Croker. "if Bryan and his people wanted
>ou. They don't want you. and have told
me so. There Is no use of antagonizing
them now, and so I have selected Mr.
Van Wyck as the man who would be ac
ceptable to them.”
"Mr. who?" asked Senator Hill, as If at
a loss to Identify the ex-Judge.
"Mr. Van Wyck,” answered Croker.
"Oh," said Senator Hill. <*
"That's the situation. We want you
with us,” said Croker in a conciliatory
tone, "if you stop talking and be with
us In fact. If you will not be with us
out In the open, we don't want you. You
lake the nomination for Vice President,
and we will do our best to elect you."
“Bah," said Senator Hill, "whut's the
use of talking about that any more. You
know I don't want it, and ought not to
be asked to take it."
"All right,” said Croker, turning as if
to go into another room. "We are go
ing to name Mr. Van Wyck as a member
of the Committee on Resolutions. You
brought this on yourself."
Hill remained standing and faced Mur
“What does this" thing mean. Kd?" he
asked. "I can't believe that you nr*' going
to he with Croker and his crowd against
me. It's a pretty hard thing to believe
after all these years."
"Now. Htll.” said Murpliy, "we. might
as tvcll make up our tuluda that wc can't
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is chiefly due to its irreproachable character.”
“DRINK NOTHING but Natural Mineral Water, such as
Apollinaris, free from all vegetable poisons."
IMPORTED DELICACIES ""
Spanish Sweet Red Pepper Pimientos 20c
Spanish Alcachofas (Artichokes) 20c
Champignons (Jacques) 35c
Petit Pois (Lonbrie) 25c
MUNSTER’S, wm LS?J22T m .
win out here. They’ve got hr. You
won't lose anything by taking this nomi
nation. It will strengthen the party in
New York and all over the country.”
“Well, 1 won’t have it,” said Mr. Hill,
ami he picked up his Panama h,it and left
th© room. An hour la>©r his humiliation
hod been H i *‘fTr>lishrd bv th© Croker pr.rt
Murphy combination. In the presen •©
of th© whole New York delegation Croker
accused Hill of being a "milker" and a
"sorehead." said Rryan did not trust him,
and asserted that Democrats of all other
states would not trust him.
Hill replied bitterly, alluding o Croker’s
long absence in Europe, and asked what
sacrifice he had ever made for ih© party.
Mili restrained himself and stopped snort
HY said Croker had purposely allowed
every one to believe that he (Hiil> was to
have the honor of repre.-omlng New York
on the Resolutions Committee solely to
humiliate him at the last moment by tak
ing his place from him and giving it to
another. The slight was to be public.
Croker was bent on showing that the man
who held the New Y’ork delegation in the
hollow* of his hand for so many years,
who was New York's- unanimous choice
for President in 1802. was forced to plead
wilii a greater power. Croker, even lor a
place on the committee.
When th© vote was taken I fill mustered
twenty-eight votes. Von Wvck (Croker),
thirty-six. and eight delegates dodged go
ing on record.
Appro*© of Sf©v©n*on.
Atlanta. July 6.—Adlai Stevenson's nom
ination for Vice President hus mot with
marked approval in Atlanta. With but few
exceptions, public men here regard his
select on as the e t that cou.d have
Mr. Stevenson has several times visited
Atlanta, and lie has many friends here.
WhiU a few Atlantians, chiefly gold Dem
ocrats, are inclined to lo.k with disap
pointment at David B. Hill’s declination,
the majority are enthusiastic over the
nomination of Stevenson.
—To Memory Dear. —“Memory is one of
man's most valuable possessions." "Oh.
perhaps that's why we hear of its being
taxed."—Philadelphia Evening Bulletin.
BAKER—Died July 6, Stephen J. M.
Baker. Funeral notice later.
MNt.LG LOT OH A BLOCK.
The “closing out" sale of the Chatham
Real Estate and Improvement Company's
holdings in the southeastern section of the
city affords an investment for investors as
well as home-seekers. The terms of sale
are such that a block of lots can be bought
by any one who has a reasonable income.
What some mert spend for cigars, to say
nothing about more expensive enjoyments,
will pay for a block of lots in five years.
It Is only an institution like the Chatham
Real Estate and Improvement Company
that can offer such terms to purchasers
as S2O down and $2.50 per month and 5 per
cent, interest on deferred payments for a
lot! It takes a strong company to do this,
and when it offers to build a house for the
purchaser of a lot just as soon as he dem
onstrates that he cart pay back what he
i>orrows, its way of doing business is sim
ply out of reach of competition. Every
body who knows anything knows that
what the Chatham Real Estate and Im
provement Company promises it will j*er
form. It is offering these lots on the
terms indicated because the directors of
the company have decided that its real
estate must be closed out "regardless of
cost." The sale takes place Tuesday,
July 10, at 6 p. m., and don't you forget it!
C. H. DORSETT, Auctioneer.
FRUITS, VEGETABLE#, GROCERS.
4-quart baskets Fancy Freestone Peaches
Fine Ripe Pineapples 5c each.
Extra I.arge Pineapples lOe each.
Fancy Fresh Watermelons.
Fancy Sweet Cantaloupes cheap.
Fancy Messina Lemons 20c dozen.
1-quart baskets Fancy Georgia Tomatoes
Fine Sweet Rotates.
Try our Fatent Flour, 21-lb. sacks 6Sc
Fancy Columbia River Salmon, Rat cans,
Our 40c lb. Mixed Tea is line for iced tea.
Our Golden Rio Coffee, parched, 2 for 25c.
Full Cream Cheese just In, cheap.
Fancy Drip Syrup, quart cans 10c each.
See our Fancy Biscuits 15c per pound.
Fresh Eggs 2 dozen 25c.
C. A. DRAYTON GROCERY COMPANY,
G. S. Van Horne, Manager.
A T JOYCE’S.
The choicest melons on Ice.
Choice Ricefield lamb.
Spring Fryers. Rocky Ford Cantaloupes.
All kinds of the best cuts In Beef.
Orders tilled promptly. Received at any
hour during the day.
Phones 107. JA9. J. JOYCE.
1 have just built two more green houses
and can now make a finer and larger flo
ral design for less money than you pay
elsewhere. Choice Cut Flowers daily on
sale at store. Also fine Rabbits for sale
cheap. GEO. WAGNER,
. No. IM2 Bull street.
One of our clients has placed In our
hands 125,000 to loan on good Savannah
real estate at reasonable rates of Interest.
BECKETT & BECKETT.
" M President street, sasL
\A II A AM) HOW Sl\A AABK SPRINGS*
\Y ATEII Ft RES.
There is but one cardinal reason: The
Water is a natural diuretic. Get hold of
that phrase in its full meaning, if you
ptea*©. Turn to Aberne(hy. "Nature’s
wav of cure of disease is by free diuresis.”
And Avcnbrugger: "Nature cares for (he
kidneys. That is health." And Bichat:
“Health is impossible if the diuretics be
Put it in this way; The Water has a
©elective a (ion on the kidneys. Th*' ex
cretion of the solid matters—the urea,
uric acid, and extractive matter©—is In
creased by it. In other words, it causes
the elimination of the products of the
increased metamorphosis of tissue. And
y<*. notice that this is done without any
Impairment of the quality of the blood, or
any lowering of the forces of the organ
It i© better that patients go to the Spring
to ink*' the Water, for the reason that the
psychic influence© of change of scene, as
so nations and climate are large fac
tors concerned in the results of treatment.
Go to the Spring, if you can. It means
much more than you can dream of. You
warn 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, and that
h© results are the same wherever it Is
There are two or three points to be not
Suwanee Water is prompt in Us action.
Tt acts the same day that it is taken. The
effccs ar© immediate.
The effects are continuous. That is, the
results, which are early accomplished, are
For descriptive* pamphlets with testi
SUWANEE SPRING CO.,
ANDREW HANLEY, President and
Dinner 1 to 3 and 0 to 0, Saturday, July 7.
Okra and Tomato.
Blnckfiah, Point Shirley style.
Potatoes ala Bouilete*.
SlPed Tomatoes. Queen Olives.
Chow Chow. Mixed Pickles.
Rib© of Baltimore Beef, an jus.
Sniffed Loin of Veal, Brown Gravy.
Lamb Kidneys, fricassed ala Parisienne,
Boston Baked Beans.
Mashed Potatoes. Butter Beans.
Rice, Stewed Tomatoes, Mashed Squashes.
PASTRY AND DESSERT.
Huckleberry Pie. Assorted Cakes.
Cheese, Crackers, Fruits.
Sago Pudding, Wine Sauce.
At LEVAN’S CAFE RESTAURANT,
111 Congress street, west.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
City Treasurer’s Office
Sdvannah, Ga., July 1, 1900.
The following taxes are now due;
Real estate, second quarter 1900.
Stock in trade, second quarter 1900.
Furniture, etc., second quarter 1900.
Money, mortgage©, etc., second quarter
Also water rents in advance for six
month© ending Jun. 1, 1901.
A discount of 10 per cent, will be allow
ed upon all of the above if payment is
made within fifteen days after July 1.
C. S. HARDEE, City Treasurer.
LARGE WAREHOUSE AWD
to rent, located head of Broughton
street, on West Broad, now occu
pied by the Savannah Carriage and
Wagon Cos. As they will give up
business In the city on June i, i otfc
It for rent from that date
H. P SMART.
By the American Bonding and Trust Com
pany of Baltimore. We are authorized to
execute locally (Immediately upon appli
cation). all bonds In Judicial proceedings
In either the state or United States
courts, and of administrators and
DEARING & HULL, Agents.
Telephone 324. Provident Building.
All kinds of fruits.
All kinds of vegetables.
The best meats.
M. S. GARDNER,
Phones 575. Wayne and IVldtakcr.
P. B.—Plenty of that Corned’ Beef, pre
pared especially by us.
PAINTS, OILS, v ARNISHBS, WALL
Get onr price* on the bed goods
for yonr building.
ANDREW HANLEY COMPANY.
PAINTS AND MOUSE PAINTING.
We 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 513. •
TUE AVAI TO CLEAN CARPETS. ‘
The only way tc get your carpets prop
erly taken up. cleaned and taken care of
for the summer is to turn the Job over to
the District Messenger and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2, or call el 32 Montgomery
street, and they will make you an esti
mate on the coet of the work. Prlcoa
reasonable. They also pack, move and
•tore furniture and plenoo.
4% H. MEDLOCK. Supt. and Mgr.
We carry in stock all the latest and
prettiest patterns in Builders’ Hardware.
Call and see our Ball Bearing Sash Pul
leys and Door Butts.
Palmer Hardware Company,
BAY AND JEFFERSON STREETS.
airnt | * ♦
THE MOST IMPORT A A A ITEM
of the first meal of the day is coffee. We
have realized that suiting our customers’
coffee taste goe- far toward securing the
bulk of their grocery trade. We ore
more particular about the quality end
condition of our roffoe than we are about
the profits wf make upon it. We have
MOCHA ami JAVA 3Cc; ?. lbs. for SI.OO.
JAVA, VERY FINE, at 25c per lb.
JOHN T. EVANS & CO.’S,
Congress and Barnard streets.
One Peck Crates, 25c.
Four Quart Baskets, 20c.
These are fine. ripe, freestone peaches,
the best that have yet come to market.
Order early. Phones 70.
IHE 8. I. BRANCH CO.,
Corner Uroushton and Whitaker.
If it's our ticket that is on the wed
ding present, or the jewelry box, the
recipient knows that the article is
all right. Our Prizes innkc the sum
mer evening card games more en
joyable. A superior line to select
Hunter & Van keuren,
Jewelers, 143 Bull Street.
SAVANNAH FOUNDRY AND MACHINE}
Buiiders of Marine and Stationery Boilers,
will furnish estimates on new work in
competition with -Northern and Western
manufacturers. | (
Repair work on Engines and Boilers.
TOC WILL BAVB
TEA PER CIST.
By paying yoar bills eg or be
fore tbe 15th lust.
B. H. LEVY A OHO.
NOW IS THE TIME TO IIENOA ATE.
We renovate and remake with hair
ticking moss mattresses sl, hair and wool
mattresses $5. We get the size of bedstead
and make your mattress to order, without
extra charge. Fine curled hair and moss
mottresses a specialty. Our medicated
steam renovator will purify and dean as
well ax Increase in volume your feather
beds and pillows. Renovation of feather
beds |5. bolsters $1.50, pillows Tsc. All
work guaranteed 'first-, lass.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
Bell Phone. 11341. 331 Draiton street.
<ll A MTV AND CLEAN LINEN.*.
I consider ihe most lm|>ortßnt In my hu>l
ncs--. it is conceded that I am a'lender
In quality, and I have Just fitted up my
still with massive blacks to display an I
out on. No dirty item he-. Como to (lie
City Market and see n tirst-class stall In
every sen*.. To-day, Prime Beef. Mut
ton and Veal. Ricefield Lamb, matchless
Corned Beef. JOHN FUNK,
Phone* 567. CRy Market.
LEOPOLD ADLER. C S r-|
President. Vioe Pr<W.;, '
BARRON CARTER. Assistant
The Chatham Bank
Will be pleased to receive the a
of Merchants, Firms, Individual c
and Corporations. . Banks,
Liberal favors extended.
Unsurpassed collection facilities
ing prompt returns. ' lnsur -
Separate Savings Department.
INTEREST COMPOI NURD q,
TERLY ON DEPOSITS.
Safety Deposit Boxes and y lu .. ,
rent. Correspondence solicited. or
a -A V A.V\ All.
in CAPITAL 2500,000.
a...i “■ ,uViu
Solicit, Account. Of Individual,.
Merchant., Bank, and other CoruJ
Collection, handle* with
economy and dispatch. ’’
Interest componndcd quarterly
allowed on deposit. In oor Savin..
Safety Deposit Boxe. and Sto„„
BRANTLEY A. DENMARK, Prr.| d , nt
MILLS B. LANE. Vice President.
CEORGE C. FREEMAN, Cashier
GORDON L. GROOVER. A..t, Ca.h,^
Accounts of banks, merchants, corpora,
tions and individuals solicited.
Savings Department, interest paid
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaults (of
Collections made on all points at r ea ,
Drafts sold on all the chief cities of t h
JOSEPH D. WEED, President.
JOHN C. ROW LA ND, Vice President,
w. F. McCAULEY, Cashier.
of the State of Georgia.
C a P luJ *0.0)
Surplus and undivided proflts—.. |lsSoco
DhiiOßliOßk OS' THIS dXAYM y,-
Superior facilities lor transacting a
General Hunttin* tiusinens.
Collections made on alt puirns
accessible through net.as and bankers.
Accounts or nanks, i.ai.ketß, Merchants
and otheis solicited. Safe Deposit boss,
Department of Savings, Interest pajnbls
Bells Stearllng Exchange on London c|
JOHN FLANNERY, President.
HORACE A. CRANE. Vice President,
JAMES SULLIVAN. Cashier.
JNO. FLANNERT. 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 ELLUL
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J. KIRBY
No. i6*o. Chartered, im
His in it
CAPITAL. toOO.OOO. SURPLUS, 1100,WO.
bhunb STATES DEPOSITORY
J. A. G. CARSON, President.
BKiKNE GORDON, Vice President.
W. M. DAVANT, Cashier.
Accounts of banka and bankers, mer
chants and corporations received upon
the moat favorable terma consistent with
•afe and conservative banking.
THE GERMANIA" BANK
Undivided profits 30.008
This bank oticni its services to corpora
tions, merchants snd individuals.
Haa authority tc act as executor, ad*
mlnlstrator. guardian, etc.
Issue* drafts cn the piinc'oal cltlea la
Great Britain and Ireland and on the
Interact paid or compounded quarterly
on deposits in the Savin* Department.
Safety Boxes for rent.
HENRY BLUN. President.
GEO. W TIFDHMAN. Vice President.
JOHN M. HOGAN. Cashier.
WALTER F HOGAN. Ass t Cashier.
ANXIOUS TO SELL
A two-story double cottage on a cor
A one-story cottage on a corner, and
a lot sixty feet front by one hundred and
seventeen fee deep, wifi two wide streets
and a lane.
So anxious are the owners to sell tint
they will take a part cash and give ioi *
time on the balance at a low rate of in
terest. C. H. DOR SETT.
To Newipof iiia
For sale, a Forsalth Newspaper Folder;
will fold sheet 27x 42. It Is In good order.
Price SIOO. It cost originally $l,lOO but
we have no use for It and want the room
It will be an lnvaluabla adjunct to **>7
SPEC! \i NOTH iIS.
will not trouble >Oll If yon n
SIIOOMI SKUUT. It Is a pieman*
ion toilet powder that InatnntD 1,1
pel* the dlNiiMrrccable odor* nrl'
OLD XTV LK C OLD
given |iilek relief for am* burn* ~n(*