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JUDGE HILLYER TO RESIGN.
THE WATER HOARD DID \OT LIRE
Hl'* INTER VIEW *.
He Did Not Approve of the Majority**
('onduct of the Water Work®, and
Let If Re Know n—Other Member®
Formulate n Hepl>—ludgp Hillyer
S I>R Hr Hasn't Time to Devote to
Atlanta, July 11-There is a split in the
Atlanta water board, and Judge George
Hillyer has decided to resign. For a num
ber of years Judge Hillyer was president
and under his administration the depart
ment was regarded as a model of efficien
cy. For the past eighteen months Judge
Hillyer has been in the minority on the
board, and his suggestion? have had little
In the Mayor's offi e this morning tnere
was a conference of the members of fhe
water commission who feel aggrieved at
interviews recently given out by Judge
Hillyer. George \\ Harrison, president
of the board, was requested to formulate
a reply in behalf of the majority, whkh
included Mayor Woodward, Councilman
Miahinnett, Commissioners Howell Erwin
and M. F Camp.
The reason assigned by Judge Hillyer
for severing his connection w it It the w ater
department is that he has not sufficient
time fo devote to the duties of the office.
He has not yet tendered his resignation,
but will do so in the near future.
The present differences among the mem
bers have arisen from the r- ent brake
at the pumping station, which resulted in
the city water supply being t ut off for
hours. Judge Hillyer has criticized the
management of the majority. They con
tend that the water system is at fault.
President Georg* W Harrison of the .
water board to-night gave ou: a two-col
umn interview', in which he took Judge
Hillyer to task for the latter's criticism of
Engineer Travis and the management of
the depar mem. Mr Harrison claims
that while Mayor o r Atlanta. Judge Hill
yer had high, praised Mr. Travis.
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1 MON HR S IN ATLANTA.
dnnng. I ntversnlist® Are Holding n
Atlanta, July 11.—The eleventh annual
session of the Young People's Christian
Union of the Universalist Church opened
here to-night, with 300 delegates present,
representing almost every state in the
At the opening session. Gov. Allen D.
Candler welcomed the body on behalf of
the statp. President 11. M Fowler of
Cleveland. 0., delivered the response for
the Unionera. Eugene F Endicoit of
Boston extended the greeting of the con
vention. to which Harry Adams Hersey of
The sessions will be held in the new Uni
versalist Church. It will be dedicated
during the convention, which will continue
for five days.
The Executive Board, composed of H.
M. Fowler, president. Cleveland, O.; Rev.
Alfred J. Cardall. e.rotary. Boston; lands
Annin Ames, treasurer. New York; Mis?
Cora Wilder. Victor, N Y.; George F.
Hears, Chicago, and Miss Annie H. Stev
ens, Lewiston, Me., and J. C. Brand of
Atlanta, will hold its first meeting to-mor
The sessions every day will consist
largely of devotional exer< is**-.. The union
has a membership of about 12.000.
He XX 111 Go to ( Vt;nln From
Americus. Ga July 11.—The Democrat
ic convention of the Third congressional
district assembled at Leesburg this morn
ing for the purpose of formally nominat
ing a candidate for Congress from this
district and electing tin executive commit
•ee. Nearly ail the thirteen counties were
represented, and the meeting was com
posed of enthusiast! Democrat-, who wi l
carry the banner of the parry to success.
The name of Hen. Klijah H. Lewis, the.
present able and j*opu)ar representative
in Congress, was also presented, and the
nomination was mail#* unanimously by ac
clamation. Upon being ro:ifi**i of his
nominated and escorted b-fore the con
vention Mr. Lewis accepted the honor
thus tendered in a ringing speech. whi:h
elicited continued applause. He severely
arraigned the Republican party for the
deception practiced upon the people of the
country, and predicted repudiation of
McKlnleyiem and Hnnnaism at the polls
The convention was one of the most
Larroouious ever held in the district.
m VIMITB EXPLODED.
Three Negroes \\ *re Radiy In jured
Athens, Ga.. July 11 —While blasting at
the rook crusher to-day. william Cheat
ham. colored, let a crowbar tall on n
atlck of dynamite. A fearful explosion
icsulted. Three negroes were badly hurt.
AN !l!iam Chfatham had both hands man
gled. and his face was tom to shreds.
Cicero Dunlap and Alex Smith's faces
were cut to the hone, one! they were
e tunned bruised and struck by flying
rocks For some unaccountable reason
fourteen sti ks of dynamite lying near
failed to explode, saving many lives. The
negroes were insured by the city.
ATTACK OF HE ART DIHItSR,
Mrs. U. A. Hemphill AVns Noised
While About to 'I nhe n Trip.
Atlanta, July 11.—Shortly before mid
right last night, as Mrs. \\\ a. Hemp
hill was at the depot, preparatory to
leaving with the Georgia Press Associa
tion. she was seized with an attack of
heart disease. A physician was hastily
summoned, and Mrs. Hemphill was soon
able to be taken home. It was feared
for a time that she might die, hut to
day phe has been reported out of danger.
RIMOH ABOUT II VIIhWK K.
It In Nalri Hr Mny Go to tlie l.onin
vllle find Nashville.
Atlanta. July 11.—There is a rumor in
railroad circles that S. ii. Hardwick, as
sistant general | assenger agent of the
Beuthem Railway, with headquarters In
Atlanta, has been offered the position of
general passenger agent of tire Ixmisville
And Nashville to succeed the late C. P.
Armors. Mr. Hardwick is cut of the city
Wa* Struck ly Lightning.
Madison, Ga., July 11.—W. T. Grimes,
an employe of the Madison Steam Laun
dry, was struck by lightning this after
noon during a severe thunderstorm which
visited this city. Mr. Grimes wss un
conscious for over an hour, and much un
easiness was felt for him. To-night, while
•offering considerably from the shock, h'
seems to be rapidly recovering.
'Atlanta, Ga., July 11.—'The atreet rail
way situation took on renewed complica
tion* yesterday by an injunction of me
Beaboard against the Atlanta Railway
Company. The ttesooard want* *o prevent
the street railway company from rrossing
It§ lie** at In mar Park Jn ite a been •> of
the Atlanta judges Judge R h Ku>**U
o# the Western Ct#cu-t Ut giaotod a #e
44 Good Counsel
Has No Price."
Wise advice is the result of experience.
The hundreds of thousands who have
used Hood ’ s Sarsaparilla, America's
Greatest Medicine, counsel those who
would purify and enrich the blood to
avail themselves of its virtues. He is
wise who profits by this good advice.
NEW* FROM TIFTON.
Grower® Many I'eachex.
Tinning Mill Rorneil.
Tifton. Ga . July I!.—Six solid refrigera
tor carloads cf Elberta peaches were
shipred frem Tifton yesterday. The fruit
is very fine, many peaches approaching
a pound in weight. Hundreds of people
arc employed at The packing houses, pre
pat It g the fruit for shipment. The work
is light and rather pleasant, and many
young ladies from town go out in wag ns
early in the morning, and spend a pleas
ant. as well rs profitable, day on the
farm. The fruit is ripening very fast, and
the growers aie spar.ng no effort to get
it on market befethe it becomes too
rlp* Pi is are very satisfactory si far,
and it is though will remain so if heavy
n'tis do not set in .'.gain.
Grap s arc also very fine, and a gr*at
ma> y arc bring shipp and. but the greatest
effort is being expend and on the peaches,
many growers werking from daylight un
til 10 and 12. o'clock at night, packing
them for shipment.
The planing mill of the Seymour Lum
ber Company, operated by Vinton Bros.
& Cos., at Alapaha. was destroyed by fire
about 4 o'clock y sterday morn ng.
There arc three mills near together be
longing to the company, and for awhile
afeer the flre broke oui. i looked as if the
entire plant would soon be in flames. By
prompt and heroic work, however, the
flre was confined to the engine room and
cil house of the planing mill and a few
piles of lumber. The loss will be be
tween $3,000 and $4,000 with some insur
ance. just h*-w much is not known.
Col. and Mrs. C. W. Fulwood. Mr. and
Mrs. William Wilson and Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. O'Neal, each couple accompanied
by their children, are camping out on Ht.
Simon's Island this week. They carried
their own tenia and camp paraphernalia.
Mr. Thomas J. Agnew, whose name is
mentioned ns one of the most prominent
witnesses in the Greene-Gayr.or investiga
tion, is well known in Tifton. having been
for about a year secretary of the Georgia
Sawmill Association, with headquarters
The complaint of the Mayor and Council
of the city cf Tifton. against the railway
lines entering the city, for discrimination
in freight rates, has been set for a hear
ing before the State Railroad Commission
on July 24. Th* date for the hearing be
for the Interstate Commerce Commission
has not yet been fixed, but will probably
be set some time in the early fall.
EDITORS AT ATHENS.
A Brilliant Reception Prepared fo,
Them Next Monday.
Aihrns.Oa.. July 11—The city of Athene
and the Athenaeum Ciub are making
elaborate preparations for the reception
and entertainment of the visiting members
of the Georgia Weekly Press Association,
which body will be In Athens next Mon
There will be about seventy-five editors
In tbe party, accompanied by their wives.
They will arrive In the afternoon and
will be met by committees from tbe city
and from the club who will take them
In nrriages to the park on Prince avenue.
Here they will be given an elegant lunch,
at the conclusion of which, they will make
a visit to the Normal School. After in
specting this school, the editors will be
driven to the University of Georgia
grounds, where they will spend the re
mainder of the afternoon.
At six o’cloc k the visitors will be con
ducted to the Athenaeum which will be
profusely decorated. An elegant banquet
Will be given at the club building in rheir
honor. President M. G. -Michael w ill do the
honors of the club. t'ol. T. S. Mell wiil
deliver the welcoming address. Promi
nent editors and clilzons will be •'ailed
upon for short speeches.
At nine o'clock the editors will be given
another drive over the newly paved streets
of Athens. The city has made arrange
ments to put up hundreds of Japanese
lanterns on and over the streets, the mer
chants' have agreed to light up their
stores ar.d the ilium nat on will be brilliant.
The editors will ire driven' down to the
ten o'clock train which they will take for
Klberton where their annual session is to
KILLED HI A TWAIN.
A onng Girl’s Life tilven for Tlint of
n Negro Child.
Columbia, S. C\. July 11.—Miss KlTen
Roseborugh. a white girl, 17 years old.
gave her life to save a little negro child
from a horrible death.
Miss Roseborugh lived in Chester, but
was visiting relatives near Blacksburg.
Walking with some friends in the coun
try, she saw a small negro playing on
the track of the Southern road and a
train rapidly approaching. The young wo
man. without hesitating a moment, rush
ed forward, caught the baby and threw
it in safety from the track, but in the
act was struck and killed by the engine.
A WOMAN RFt 'FI \ Kit.
Alia. Ill* flow vnn u Appointed for it 1
Millinery Enfa bll *hine nt .
Atlanta. July 11.—Mrs. Ida Bowman Las
been appointed by Judge E. J. Reagan te
eelver for the millinery establishment of
her husband, S. E. Bowman. Bhe took
charge at 3 o'clock this afternoon, suc
ceeding \V. T. Moyers, who had previous
ly been made temporary receiver. Mrs.
Bowman is the first female receiver ver
appointed in Atlanta, and. perhaps, the
first in the state.
Supreme Court Derlnlonii.
Atlanta. July 11.-Among the decisions
rendered by the Supreme Court to-day
were the following: t,98. Peru's Sons A
Cos., vs. Bank of Wavcross, before Judge
Bennett. Ware Superior Court, Judgment
reversed, ail concurring; 701, Turner vs.
slate, before Judge Bennett, Glynn Su
perior Court, Judgment affirmed, all con
curring; 702, Waycrops Air Line Rail
road Com any vs. Southern Pine Com
pany of Georgia et. al . before Judae
Bennett. Coffer Superior Court, Judgment
affirmed, all concurring.
Prayer for >1 huionnrlea.
Atlanta, July 11.—John A. Pc’.by, super
intendent of the Sunday School of the
Pryor Sreet Presbyterian Church, has
started a movement to have nil the Sun
day Schools of the Cnlted Stales, with a
membership of 11.000000, Jon In payers
on July 15. 22 and 23 for the safety of the
m sab naries in China.
ifnllllnn nt Trinity.
Atlanta, July 11.—Rev. J. W. Qullßan,
presiding elder of the LaGrang* District,
has been appointed by Bishop-Candler to
succeed ihe late Dr. W. B. Btradley at
paa'or of Trinity Church. Rev. W. F.
Glenn will succeed Mr. QutUtan at La-
THE MORNING NEWS: THURSDAY. JULY 12. 1900.
TWENTY-NINTH SENATE DISTRICT.
|>r. Lyntlon of Wilke* Nominated.
Other Washington New*.
Washington, Ga., July 11.—The conven
tion to nominate a senator for the Twen
ty-ninth senatorial district met here yes
terday. and was called to order by Hon.
Williams Sims, chairman of the Execu
tive Committee of the district. Dr. G. E.
Lyndln of Washington was nominated,
and received the solid vote of the con
vention. The convention elected as exec
utive committee for the next two years
the following: Bdwairi H. Kelly of Colum
bia, chairman; C. S. Hollenshead of Lin
coln, J. K. Wilson of McDuffie, and J. W.
Chapman of Wilkes.
During the visit of Bishop Keiley io
Washington. Sister Gabrielle was elected
Mother Superior of St. Joseph's Academy
and Orphanage. She was formerly Miss
Josephine Hines of this place, and has al
ready. though not old. held many offices
of trust in her church.
The Daughters of the Confederacy have
fitted up the rooms in the old Heard
building. In which Jefferson Davis held
his ast cabinet meeting, as a museum,
and have had presented them many val
uable relics. Mrs. Robertson, who was
living in thr hou.-e when that momentous
meeting was held, presented them with a
handsome ink stand used by Burton Har
rison, private secretary to Mr. Davis;'also
with a jar of tea. which ran the blockade,
and was presented by Mr. Davis to Mrs.
Robertson. Among other valuable relics
is a horse shoe made of the armor plating
of the Confederate ram Merritnuc, pre
sented by Mr. J. S. Barnwell In time,
the Last Cabinet Chapter hopes to have
a collection which wi 1 be well worth vis
iting by any one.
A large number of mules have died in
the county in the last week. The cause
is said to have been that they had been
standing idle during the long rains, and
being worked hard in the hot days that
followed, they were not able to stand it.
Mr. James A. Benson thrashed out 747 1 A
bushels of wheat on his plantation near
Mallorysvil.e. He also made 1,400 bushes
of cats. He was fortunate enough to have
the whole of it saved in good condition.
\V \s \ 1 -TO-10 SHOT.
Brigadier \Yn®n*t Snell i Sure Thing
n t That.
New York. July 11.—Withdrawals all
but ruined the sport at Brigton Beach to
day. The fourth race promised to be the
best of the day. but with Herbert, Raf
faello. Maximo Gomez and others out. it
looked like a pratleal walkover for
Brigadier, and he was held nt 1 to 10 in
the betting. Brigadier won. but not like
a 1 to 10 shot. It was by the narrow mar
gin of a head.
First Race—Six furlongs. Heliobas. 9 to
5. won. wLh Vesuvian. U to 1 and 2 to 1,
second, and Meehan us. 6 to 1. third. Time
Second Race—One mile. Commander
Miller. 5 to 1. won. with Alsike. 8 to 1 and
3 to 1. second, and Harry McCoun, 8 to 1.
third. Time 1:41 1-5.
Third Race—Selling, six furlongs. Boun
teous. 4 to 5. won, with Orderer, 15 to 1 and
4 to 1. second, and Balloon. 13 to 5. third.
Time 1:15 2-5.
Fourth Race-One and one-eighth miles.
Brigadier. 1 to 10, won, with Lew Kraft,
15 to 1 and 4 to 5, second, and Lord Bal
timore. 15 to 1, third. Time 1:52 4-5.
Fifth lta e—Five furlongs. Tower of
Candles, 8 to 5, won, with Lady of the
Volley, 8 to 3 and 1 to 2. second, and An
ecdote. 30 to 1. third. Time 1:02.
Sixth Race —Selling, one mile and a six
teenth. Post Haste, 9 tp 2, won, with Big
Gun, 7 to 1 and 2 to 1. second, and Caval
cade. 3 to 1, third. Time 1:48 3-6.
SHE AVON IN THE NINTH.
( inciniinti Took the Game From
Phllndclplil* in the Last.
Cincinnati. July 11.— Cincinnati made
another great mlnth-inning finish to-day.
Erors gave the Philllies all their runs.
Cincinnati ... .2 1 0 0 0. O 0 0 4—7 S 3
Philadelphia .0 1 2 0 1 0 0 2 o—6 5 5
Batteries— Brelienstein and Peitz; Fra
zer, Donohue and Douglass.
Brook I.vn Shut Out.
Pittsburg. July 11.—Nops pitched only a
moderate gome and made the shut-out of
Brooklyn look worse by giving Pittsburg
three runs on a fumble and two wild
throws. Attendance. 3,000. Score: R.H.K.
Pittsburg ....1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 x—4 10 2
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o—o 4 2
Batteries—Phillippl and O'Connor; Nops
St. Louis Shut Out.
St. Louts, July 11.—Nichols was in su
perb form to-day. and let St. Louis down
with two scratch hit*. Attendance, 1.700.
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o—o 2 0
Boston .0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2-3 8 2
Batteries—Young and Criger; Nichols
Other Hull Grimes.
At Detroit—Katie os City, 6; Detroit, 0.
At Buffalo—Buffalo, 10; Chicago, 5.
At Indianapolis—lndianapolis, 10; Minne
apolis. 3. Second Game—lndianapolis, 9;
At Syracuse—Syracuse, 6; Rochester, 6.
At Toronto—Toronto. 7; Montreal. 4.
At Hartford—Hat tford, 2; Worcester, 1.
At Springfield—Springfield, 1; Provi
Nii’Klnin League Dead.
Newport News, Va.. July 11.—The Vir
ginia Baseball League collapsed to-day.
Lack of public interest in the sport and
consequent lack of support caused the dis
solution of the league, which embraced
Newport News, Norfolk. Hampton and
Portsmouth. Richmond and Petersburg
dropped out some time ago.
Dinner 1 to 3 and 6 to 9, Thursday, July 12
Via ret Wine.
Scottish Barley Broth.
Speckled Trout, Wine Sauce.
Potatoes ala Duchesse.
Sliced Tomatoes. French Dressing,
gueen Olives, Chon (’how. Mixed Pickles.
Ribs of Baltimore Reef. IMsh Gravy.
Smothered Spring Chicken ala Bech
Calf's Brain a 1* Roulade.
Baked Macaroni au Gratin.
Boiled Potatoes. Rice. Stewed Tomatoes.
Boiled Roasting Ears, Asparagus.
PASTRY AND DESSERT.
Vanilla Custard Pie. Assorted Cakes.
Cheese. Cracker*. Fruits.
Ice Cold Watermelons.
At LEVAN'S CAFE RESTAURANT,
111 Congress street, west.
THE WAV TO CLEAN CARPET*.
The only way tc get your carpets prop,
trly taken up. cleaned and taken care of
for the summer is to turn tha job over to
the District M’ssengar and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2. or call at 32 Montgomery
street, and they will make you an esti
mate on the coat of the work. Prices
reasonable. They also pack, move and
store furniture nnd piano#.
CL U. MED LOCK, Supt and Mr.
DEMAND POND’S "W"* fy,
EXTRACT * AVOID X 4Jr£>k
ALU IMITATIONS. , , . p. ~a ,
f bottJe mi w.th F Bruises
ijce US’ 1
* It will Cure.
■ " 111,1 ' - 11 ' - -‘—L
JH'MI’IIREY —Relatives and friends of
Mr. and Mrs. W. \Y. Humphrey are re
sp. . tfully invited to attend the funeral of
their infant daughter, Ethel Luella. from
the residence of Mrs. Floyd, 410 West An
derson street, this (Thursday) afternoon,
at 5 o'clock.
A regular communication of this
lodge- will he held this (Thursday) Txf
evening at 8:15 o'clock.
The M. M. Degree will be conferred.
Members of sister lodges and transient
brethren are fraternally invited to meet
with us. By order
PI a L-: -\ SAN TA. STOV AT. L. TV . M.
J. A. HERBCHBACH, Secretary.
NOTICE TO CITY COURT JURORS.
The petit jurors of the City Court need
not appear until Monday, July 16. 1900, at
1> a. m. By order of the Hon. Thos. M.
WARING RUSSELL, JR.. Clerk.
PHESEUVE YOUR SIGHT
By wearing glasses that not alone enable
you to see, but correct every defect that
There ie no guesswork in our methods
We have the latest and most approved
scientific apparatus for accurate eye test
ing. We make no charge for consulta
tion or examination, and should you need
the services of a physician we will frank
ly tell you so.
Our crystal lenses are perfect in every
respect, being ground under our own su
pervision. They cannot be compared in
value to the kind offered as cheap by the
so-called opticians or Jewelers who han
dle inferior glasses as a side line.
DR. M. SCHWAB & SON,
Exclusive Opticians, 47 Bull Btreet.
N. B.—Oculist prescriptions filled same
day received. Repairing done at short
NOTICE TO TAX PAVERS.
City Treasurer's Office
Savannah, 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, mortgagee, etc., second quarter
Also water rents in advance for six
month* ending Jan. 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. 8. HARDEE, City Treasurer.
NOTICE TO FONT It XCTOItS.
City of Savannah,
Office Fire Department,
Savannah, Ga., July 11, 1900.
All bids for constructing engine house
No. f> having been rejected, sealed pro
posals for erecting this station in ac
cordant e with revised plans and specifi
cations will be received at the office of
the undersigned until 12 o'clock noon of
July 18. Successful bidder will be re
quired to furnish bond.
Plans and specifications con now he ha 1
by applying al the office of the Superin
tendent. of the Fire Department, corner
oi Indian and West Broad street*.
J' >H.\ I] M MiriltK. Supt.
NOW IS THE TIME TO RENOVATE.
We renovate and remake with hair
ticking moss mattresses $4. 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
mattresses a specialty. Our medicated
steam renovator will purify and clean as
well*aw increase in volume vour feather
beds and pillows. Renovation of feather
beds $5, bolsters $1.50, pillows 75-. All
work guaranteed first-class.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
Bell Phone 1136. 331 Drayton street.
TEMPER \TI HE
At Suwanee Springs, Suivanee, Fla., as
Tuesday, July 10. 7 a. m 79 degrees
Tuesday, July 10. 10 a.m 83 degree i
Tuesday, July 10, 1 p. m 87 degrees
Tuesday, July 10, 3 p> m 84 degrees
Tuesday. July 10. lo p. m 76 degrees
flT£< i \L \o I It l
The furniture and lion so ho id effects at
ion West Broad street, which is of an
unsually good quality, will be sold at
auction nt 10 o'clock to-morrow\ A rare
chance for bargains, as everything will
he sold for what it will bring.
YOU MANS & DKMMOND.
SPEC I \ L NOTH E.
All bills against the Gorman bark Marie
must he presented a: our office before 12
o'clock m this day, or payment thereof
will be debarred.
STRACHAN CO.. Consignees.
Savannah, Ga., July 12, 1900.
LARGE WAREHOUSE AND
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 offer
It for rent from that date.
H P SMART.
paints \m> house paikhso.
We handler nothing hut ah© VERY
BEST erodes of PAINTS and OJIvS, and
employ the very best painter© to be had.
Allow us to make bid on painting your
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO.,
Corner Congress mid Drayton.
One of our clients has placed In our
hands 126,000 to loan on good Savannah
real estate at reasonable rates or Interest
BECKETT & BECKETT.
34 President street, essu
For a cool and de
lightful summer smoke
at a moderate cost
there is nothing better
than Humboldt Cigars.
Make the experiment.
SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY
II Congress Slreel, West.
It’s a Winner.
J. PiNKUSSOHN & C 0„ 206 Bay street, west, Savannah, ('.a.
BONDY & LEDERER. Hakers, New York.
W ITER CURES.
There is but one cardinal reason: The
Mater 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 the
kidneys. That is health.” And Bichat:
“Health is impossible if the diuretics bo
Put it in this way: The Water has a
selective action on the kidneys. The ex
cretion of the solid matters—the urea,
uric acid, and extractive matterß—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 is better that patients go to the Spring
to take the Water, for the reason that the
psychic influence* of change of scene, as
sociations and chmate are very large fac
tors concerned In the results of treat.nent.
Go to the Spring, if you can. It means
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 nt the Spring or
hundreds of miles from there, and that
the results are the same wherever it is
There are two or threo points to be not
Suwanee Water is prompt in its action.
It acts the spine day that it is taken. The
effecs are 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
TO HE DISPOSED OF.
\ Splendid Launch.
One of the Prettiest and Finest Boats
Anew launch, in water hardly 30
days; 25-foot. 4-horse power. One of the
fleetest and prettiest boats here. Outruns
all others. Complete, with awning, anchor,
brass lanterns, cushions, tools, flags, ice
cooler and lockers under every seat. In
Tact, all ready for a cruise. The boat is
perfectly appointed, and is provided with
everything necessary and can be used im
mediately. This launch uses half the
naphtha that other boat* of her size use.
For particulars apply at Geo. Schwarz’s
saloon, corner Congress and Whitaker
streets, the De Soto bar. Hicks’ restau
rant, or LI PPM AN BROS.,
roc WILL SAVE
TEN PER CENT.
By paying yonr bllla on or be
fore tbe 15th Inat.
B. 11. LEVY A DUO.
m v ONLY THE BEST GIN Glut ALE.
The best la the Wheeler Brand of Bel
fast Ginger Ale, made by Wheeler & Cos.,
of Belfast, Ireland, from the celebrated
Cromac Springs of that city. These
springs ate the property of Wheeler &
Cos., hence no other Ginger Ale manufac
turer in Ireland has those waters but
themeelvcs. The Wheeler Ginger Ale is
made from pure Jamaica Ginger Root and
not from Red Pepper, as others are; one
Is deleterious—the other Is a tonic.
For Heallhfulness and Purity the cele
brated Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Ale Is the best.
Bole Southern Agents, Savannah, Ga.
The firm of .1 11. & K. O. Baden hoop
h.is this day dissolved copartnership by
mutual consent, Mr. J. H. Badenhoop as
suming all liabilities.
J. H. BADENHOOP
July 9, 1900. E. G. BADENHOOP.
By Ihe American Bonding and Trust Com
pony of Baltimore. We ore authorized to
execute locally (Immediately upon appli
cation), all bonds In Judicial proceedings
In either the state or United State,
courts, and of administrators ond
DEARING A HULL, Agents.
Telephone *24. Provident Bulkdng.
THE MOST POPULAR
IN THE MARKET IS
, So s;ood is this ham th.u wo
find it difficult to supply the
demand.* A now lot, how
ever. is JUST IN.
Order promptly, and pet
any siz<* desired, from 5 to
15 pounds. The best ham in
the world when boiled. Di
rections on each" package.
The S. \V. Branch Cos.,
Corner Broughton and Whitaker.
Laundered by Is
Obviate Wearing Coats.
• * ' SOT Bull Hire... r....phone
DON’T FOR A MOMENT
I-Ct Hie selection of the WED
DING PRESENT worry you. It
is h pert of our business to as
sist in miking correct selec
tions. Our facilities In the lines
of Sterling Silver, Cut Glass,
Bric-a-Brne, Engraving, etc.,
HUNTER & VAN KEOREN
Jewelers, 143 Bull street,
Foil SALE CHEAP,
1 Iron Safi*, suitable for small business.
A great bargain. Call quick. Only sls.
1 10-foot Dark. In good order, $lO.
1 8-foot Desk, In good order, $6.50.
We wont to sell quick. All the three
articles are big bargains.
First come, first served.
UOHEN-K ULMAN CARRIAGE AND
Broughton and West Broad sti
LEOPOLD ADLER, c <s t?t ,
BARRON CARTER. Assistant Cashier
The Chatham Bank
Will be pleased to receive tbe
of Merchants, Firms. Individuals Birt!”
and Corporations. ’ tSanl t,
Liberal favor* extended
Unsurpassed collection facilities
mg prompt returns. lnsuN
Separate Savings Department.
INTEREST COMPOUNDED Qt< H
truly on deposits.
Safety Deposit Boxes and Vault, r
rent. Correspondence solicited. r
Solicits Account. •( lndlvM a „.
Merchant., Dank, and other Cor.2
Collection, handled with
economy and <ll.patch. 1
Interest compounded quartern
allowed on depo.it. In our Sarin.,
Safety Depo.lt Boh. ona Sf
BRANTLEY A. DENMARK, Pre. l(J „.
MILLS B. LANE, Vice Pre.lde.n
GEORGE C. FREEMAN, Cahie r .
GORDON L. GROOVER. A.t. Ca.hle*
of the State of Georgia. 1
Ca P luJ
Surplus and undivided proflts— tSSj’dM
piStUsUOKr OF THJfi oTAT* 0 7
Superior facilities tor transacting a
General nahttin. „ udlntsi.
Collections made on ih points
accessible through names and bankers
Accounts or uanks,~Baiike7s; _ Merchaßtt
and otheis solicited, bate Deposit Bout
Department of Savings, Interest pajaw,
Bells Btearlin* Exchange on London II
JOHN FLANNERY. President.
HORACE A. CRANE. Vice Prerdent
JAMES SULLTVAN. Cashier.
JNO. FLANNERY. 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 ELLIA
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J. KIRBY.
Sill Hi fell
Accounts of banks, merchants, corpora,
tions and individuals solicited.
Savings Department, interest paid
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaults for
Collections made on ail points at rea
Drafts sold on all the chief cities of the
JOSEPH D. WEED. President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND, Vice President,
W. F. McCAULEY, Cashier.
No. lUO, Chartered, IK4
inns Mum ■
CAPITAL, *500,000. SURPLUS, *loo,o*
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
J. A. G. CARSON, President.
UEIKNE GORDON, Vic* President.
W. M. DAVANT, Cashier.
Accounts of banka and bankers, mar*
Chant* and corporations received upoa
the most favorable terms consistent will
safe and conservative banking.
THE GERMANIA BANK
This Liank otters .ta ser, lues to corpora
tions, merchants and individuals.
lias authority tc act as executor, *J
trlnletrator, guardian, etc.
Issues drafts cn the pilnr'pat citlea U
Greet Britain and Ireland and on th
Interest paid or compounded quart*lf
en deposits In the Saving Department.
Safety Roves for rent.
HENRY BLUN. President.
GEO. W. TIEDEMAN. Vies 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, wit'i two wide streets
and a lane.
So anxious are the owners to well that
they will take a part cash and I'wg
time on the balance at a low rate of in*
terest. C. H. DORSEVT.
lo Newspaper Plica.
For sale, a Forraith Newspaper Folder,
will fold sheet 25x4*. It Is in good order.
Price SIOO. It cost originally $l,lOO, hut
we have no use for It and want the room
It will be an invaluable adjunct to W
IPB< 141. MOTH BS*
Mill not tronble >on If y° n
.4IIOOMI SKEKT. It I" plea*"" 1
lIKLDE.It M A
la a toilet powder that
pel* the illniii*reenble odor* nrii n *
from pernplrnt ion.
OLD STALE COLD CBB^I
Rive* (fiilek relief for *nn bnrn* * n
• kin troubles.
401.0 MOAS CO.