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SUPREME COURT'S DOCKET.
WORK FOR LAST OCTOBER TERM
ABO l T COMPLETED.
AVhen It Ik Finished the Conrt Will
Have Handled !M!I Case* for That
Term—There \re Mreadj 300 < ne
on the Docket for the Coming
October Term Rntineta of the
Coart Inereiißins All the Time.
Atlanta, July 20.—The Suprem* Cour: is
About lo complete iti- work tor the Octo
ber term year. When this is done it
will have considered 961 cases for the
The docket is one of the Invest, if not
the largest, mat ha- ever been up be
fore the court, md a.- a resuit the judges
have been hard at work all the M'.ii.
For the October term last year there
tv as a total of t>*is cases, 4*3 being civil
cases and 13" criminal case. 3 . All of these
have been decided, and in a majoritv
opinion* have been rendered. fror the
March term there was i total of 336 < use.-.
303 being civil aid fifty-one criminal.
Already there are 300 cases on the do k
et for the coming October term. There Is
a steady in rease :n the number of cas*s
every year, and judging from the present
indications it looks as if the coming year
will show up more than any heretofore.
Pince the court tvas incre a*ed from thr •*
to six justices, the do.kets have been
growing steadily larger.
The court is now hearing argument on
the Mawn circuit. Next week th* b7u
Ridge circuit will be tak* n up. It will
probably be the latter part of August
before the court adjourns. Th Atlanta
circuit sends up the greater number of
cases, end Macon is second. The court
hears appeals from fifty-four different
courts in the state.
VOl N(. >l\\ W AS DROWNED.
('aright CrnnipN While in Swimming
Near \ limit a.
Atlanta. July 20. —While swimming in
•Pear’s pond, near Ponce nelson Springs,
this afternoon, Thomas Grogon. a route
Inspector for the Atlanta Journal, was
seized with cramp* and drowned. Grogan
was in swimming with several other boys
After about half an hour he
was missed by the other boys
and a search was at once begun. No truce
of him could be found on the hanks. Sev
eral of the. boys searched the woods in the
vicinity, but he could not be found. The
pond was dragged and several boys dived
into the water near the point where he
was last seen. The body was finally lo
cated and brought to the bank*.
NO NEW TROOPS WANTED NOW.
State Cannot Take in New Orgnnlni
tionM nt I’renent.
Atlanta, July 20.—N0 now organizations
will be taken into the state militia for
ome time to come, according to a state
ment made to-day by Acting Adjutant
General Obear. There are several vacan
cies in the cavalry regiments, but at this
time the state does not care to take in
any new organizations, as there is not a
aufficient amount of money to pay for the
Col. Obear said that the state had all
the troops needed at present, and it would
be some time before any more could be
enrolled. It costs a grs*ai deal more
to equip a cavalry troop than It does an
infantry company and for this reason no
new cavalry companies can be taken in.
CAPT. BLAVro> WINMIII* 11,1*.
On June lO He Wns on the Hospital
Atlanta. July 20.—A letter received In
Atlanta to-day from Lieut. Calvin Holmes
of the Twenty-ninth Infantry, stationed
at Malabon. in the Philippine Island*, tell
of the serious illness of Capt. Blanton
Wlnship of the same regiment. At the
time the letter was written. June 10. Capt.
W’ir.shlp was on the hospital ship Relief
suffering from a severe attack of typhoid
Capt. Winship was a captain in the
First Georgia Regiment during the Span
ish-Ameriean war and is a brother of
Lieut. Emory YY’lnship of the United
States navy, who was wounded in the
Philippines about a year ago.
TOMPKINS MADE PRESIDENT.
Officers Elected b> the Southern In
Atlanta, July 20.—The Southern Indus
trial League elected D. A. Tompkins of
Charlotte, N. C\, president of the organ
ization to-day. Vice president elected to
serve with Mr. Tompkins are: C. YV. Ash
craft. Florence, Ala.; A. H. YVest, Madi
son. Fla.; P. K. McCully, Anderson, S. C.;
W. J. Kincaid, Griffin, Ga.; George YVln
eton, Raleigh, N. C\; H. H. Hargrove,
6hrevei>ort. La.; E. H. Dial. Meridian.
Miss.; F. C. Collier. Dallas. Tex.
No time or place wae chosen for the
next annual convention. The league ad
journed sine die.
PROMINENT C ITIZEN DEAD.
J- H. Ranks of Gainesville Departed
Ga nesvll!e Ga , July 3>.—Mr. J. H.
Ranks, the oldest and wealthiest cltig n
©f Gainesville, was found dead In bed at
his home on Sycamore street in this city
this morning. He was apparently In good
health when he retired and no one knew
of his until a member of his fam
ily entered his room this morn ng to
awaken him for breakfas;.
He was sixty-nine years old and estab
lished the first bank in Northeast Geor
gia at Galneaville. lie was a well known
financier, and leaves a large estate. Mr.
Banks owned more ore farm lands than
•ny man In this section. His funeral will
take place to-morrow morning.
Died From Severe IlnrnN.
Atlanta, July 30.—Martha Allen, ihe
5-year-old daughter of Mrs. H F. Allen.
V\ Oak etreet, West End. died to-day from
the effects of burns received !.-• night.
The little one was amusing herself by
•triking matches, which she had taken
unnoticed from a box on the dresser in
her mother’s room when her clothing was
Ignited. Before the flames could be ex
tinguished the child was burned so badly
that she died at 1:30 o’clock this morning
at the Grady Hospital.
Will Air All ftortn of Linen.
Mclntosh, Ga.. July 20.—The clean and
unclean linen of the senatorial nomina
tion In this district will be aired before
a convention composed of all the counties
In the district, as the convention held
here resulted in a deadlock between the
candidates, James P. YVarnell and D. A.
Bmiley. The district convention has not
yet been called.
Death of Mr*. .1. 8. Hinson.
Athens, Ga., July 20.—Mrs. 'J. S. Bisson
died suddenly last night. She leaves a
husband nnd two little children. She was
thirty-five years old. Her death was a
great shock to her many friends here.
Tetter—No Lure, No Pay.
Tour druggist will refund your money If
Pazo Ointment fall* to cure vou. 60c.
In Th)) Purse.”
Nobody suffering from brain-fig. lack
of energy, or “that tired feeling” ever
puts money in his purse. Lassitude and
listlessness come from impure, sluggish
blood that simply oozes through the veins.
Hood's Sarsaparilla makes the blood pure
and gives it life, vigor and vim.
AT THE l Nl\ KRSrn .
Transfer of Headquarter* of the
( orp* of ( ailcla—Other Matters,
Athens Ga.. July 20.—A force of hand**
is busily engaged at the university in
tran.-ferring the headquarters of the Uni
versity Corps of Cadets from the Iry
building to New College.
Two rooms on the ground floor have
been thoroughly overhauled, repainted
and the partition dividing them removed,
thus making one large room which will
b© used as the armory. Tne office of Coi.
E. L. Griggs, the commandant, will be lo
cated ar one end of (he same room.
The new' headquarter* are only a few
feet from the drill ground, are much more
commodious than the former ones, and
will enable this department of university
work to be much more effectively han
At the lat*( m**e ng of the trustee*, on
appropriation was made for the purpose
of offering a handsome gold medal for the
best drilled cadet. This will add muen
interest to military work, as it will neces
sitate prize drill and other features at
The university authorities speak in the
most hopeful manner of the prospects for
a large increase in attendance next fall.
Col. C. M. Snelling. who is in charge
of th'* students’ mess hail—the- "Bean
ery.'* as the boys have dubbed it—is put
ting In a telephone at this building. The
hall accommodated an average of over
sixty students per month last year. at
(he rate of about ST.Vi apiece for good ta
ble board. It has met with splendid suc
Prospers for n record-breaking at
tendance : the University Law School
are exceedingly bright. Morris, dean ol
the school, think* that the unusually full
attendance of last year will be far sur
passed. As this amounted to about fifty,
i* is safe to say that there will be be
tween sixty and seventy law students at
Athens this fall.
Among the applications for catalogues
is one sent here by a native Porto Hlcan
No answer has been receiver) from him
since this wns sent, but it is quite prob
able he will he here at the opening of
AFFAIRS AT Dt nLIN.
Dentil of Mr*. .lone*—An I nfiperted
Dublin, Ga., July 20.—Yc-sterday morning
at 11 o’clock Mrs. William B. Jones re
ceived a stroke of apoplexy, dying at 1
o’clock in the- afrernoon. In October last
she fell and dislocated her hip. since which
time she walked only by the aid of a
crutch. Her remains were interred this
morning in the Dublin cemetery.
Yesterday in this city Mrs. Susan Thig
pen and Mr. John Mimbs were united in
marriage. The bride is about 50 years of
age and has children older than the groom.
Her children did everything possible to
stop the marriage.
'lhe recent encampment here of the
First Battulion of the Second Regiment
was not a s-uceess. The YVashington Rifles
did not attend at all, and the Pulaski Vol
unteers came with thin ranks. The camp
was named in honor of Mr. E. K. Bryan,
Jr. general passenger agent of the
Wrightsvllle and Tennille Railroad.
STEAMER TEXAN’ DAMAGED.
She Wan Struck Aiiiiil*hip by the
Queenstown, July 20.—The British
steamer Newby, Capt. Ulark, which sail
ed from Fernandina, Fla., July 2. and
Norfolk, Va., July 6, arrived here toAiav
with fore compartment full of water. She
reports having been in collision during a
fog with (he British steamer Texan.
Capt. Lund, which vailed from Liver
pool yesterday for St. Thomas, D. YV. I.
The Texan was struck amidships and so
badly damaged that she was anchored
in West Bay. A tug has been sent to
tow the Texan to this port.
RESILTS ON THE DIAMOND.
Su perhan Finally AN cut Down Bi*-
Brooklyn. July 20.—Cincinnati won its
first game of the season here by hard hit
ting at opportune times. Attendance, 950.
Cincinnati ...2 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 I—B 12 4
Brooklyn ....3 0 000 1 0 0 3-7 14 0
Batteries—Ccott and Wood; Dunn and
Chicago Rent Ronton.
Boston, July 20.—Chicago batted Lewis
at will to-day after the second Inning and
won easily. Attendance, 1,300. Score:
Boston 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 2 o—3 10 3
Chicago 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 1 2-8 16 1
Batteries—Lewis and Sullivan; Taylor
Philadelphia Won nt Home.
Philadelphia. July 20.—Pittsburg and
Philadelphia played a tiresome game to
day, the home team winning by their
ab liiy to hit at the prefer t me. Attend
ance 2.3F3. Score: R.H.E.
Pittsburg 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 I—4 7 2
Philadelphia .1 0020202 x—7 8 3
Batteries—Chesbro and O’Connor; Fra
ser and Douglas.
Nc%t York a Winner.
New York. July 20.—St. Louis Just es
t aped a whitewash by SDtrte clean hitting
in the eighth inning. Attendance 1,600.
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 o—2 7 4
New York ....10100100 x—3 7 0
Batteries—Jones and Criger; Garrick and
At Toronoto—Toronto. 8; Syracuse, 6.
At Providence—Providence, 2; Spring
At Montreal—Montreal, 1; Rochester, 2.
At Worresler— 1 Worcester. 2; Hartford, 4.
Large Saw Mill Plant lluraetl.
Cor dele, Ga., July 20.—Greer Bros * large
saw mill plant and large stock of lumber,
located at Dakota, fifteen miles south of
here, was completely consumed by Are
last night. A turpentine still located at
the same place was also totally consumed.
—A late Issue of London Punch con
tained a cartoon with a sting of truth in
it that will be felt in Europe and appre
ciated in Japan. The Powers, perplexed,
are huddled in corner, wondering whnt
ought to be done agaimr the colossal
dragon of China api>oarfr)g over the brow
of a hill. They nppeale to little Japan for
help. Japan replies: “Delighted to Join
you, gentlemen, but permit me to remark
that if some of you hadn’t interfered when
I had him down it would have aaved all
THE MORNING NEWS; SATURDAY. JULY 21. 1900.
IMPROVED CROP CONDITIONS.
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FALL IN
PRICE OF STAPLES.
ilnnk ClfnriuxM Do Not Indicate Any
lin pro vc men I in Distribution— Hon
Products, Corn and Wheat Have
All Gone Lower Textile Sit
uation Is Somewhat Mixed tp.
Iron and Steel Prices Seem to lie
Scraping; Hot tom.
New York. July 20 Bradstreets to mor- j
row will say:
Improved crcp conditions furnish the
keynote of the trade and price movement. !
Asa result of th m. nearly all staple agri
cultural products are lower in prices, at
the same time, a perceptible evening up
of demand for fall delivery is noted at the
West, Northwest and fejuth. The begin
ning of fall trade is consequently more
clearly visible in the sections mentioned, ,
while at the East the marke s are slower
to experience i r s improvement and are, ,
consequently, seasonably dull.
Bank clearings as yet. fail to reflect any
perceptible improvement in distribution and
railway earnings, though of large* volume,
are, owing to comparisons being made
with exceptionally good results last year j
showing less notable increases both in 1
gross and net returns. Increased cost of j
repairs, betterments, fuel and are ;
unitedly responsible for this latter fea
ture. because gross receipts for latest !
periods report'd show cominu*:d, though j
Hog products have gone lower with
corn, as has also wheat, in which con- ,
tinned HquidaMcn has been noted, with the j
result of inducing a partial return of the i
export inquiry banished from the market !
by the recent heavy rise. On the basis of !
a crop of 530C00,000 bushels total crop, the
outlook is that an export of 132,000.000 to
150,T00,000 bushels will be possible without
reducing visible and farm supplies ma
terially from the totals as estimated
Iron nnl Market.
Iron and teel prices are evidently scrap
ing on bottom if reports from leading cen
ters of cost of raw material and wages are
correct. Bessemer pig at Pittsburg is on
a sl7 basis, with billets at s2l. against, re
spectively. S2O and $33 a year ago. so that
much of the ‘ boom’’ prices have been cut.
Eastern and Southern iron markets are
lower than a week ago. No. 1 Northern
foundry being off $1 per ton and low
grade Southern iron is accumulating. A
favorable feature is the increasing number
of inquiries from Europe. Soft v ix>al is go
ing abroad, too. a cargo leaving for Lon
The textile situation is a mixed one.
Present prices for raw cotton* and linished
materials do not harmonize. Chinese
troubles have checked export trade in
brown cottons and a summer shut down of
mills producing these goods and print
cloths is looked for. The crop is emerging
from "the grass’* In good condition. An
encouraging feature is the rather better
inquiry for raw wool at Boston, but man
ufacturers will not apparently do much
until the light-weight season opens. Ad
vices from the London sales are that that
market has regained most of the loss
shown earlier in the session.
Business failures for the week nufhber
202, against 221 last week; 174 In this week
a year ago; 188 In 1898 ; 220 in 1897, and 280
in 1596 in the United States.
Canadian failures for the week number
26, as compared with 22 last week, 19 In
this week a year ago, 17 in 1898, and 21 in
F/THKLHKHT’M GOOD WORK.
Vatic Hi* Two Opponent* Look I/ike
About Thirty Out*.
New York. July 20.—At Brighton Beach
to-day the mighty Elhelbert ran in the
fifth race and he made his only two op
ponents, McMeekin and The Kentuckian,
look like common selling platers, winning
in a gallop by two lengths in the fast
lime of 1:45 3-5. Summaries:
First Race—One and one-half miles, sell
ing. Bangor. 2 to 1, won. with Handcuff.
8 to 5 and 2 to 5, second, and Lindula, II
to 5, third. Time 2:33 3-5.
Second Race—Five furlongs. Gertrude
Elliott, 10 to 1, won, with Col. Padden, 4
to 1 and 8 to 5, second, and Balloon, 50 to
1, third. Time 1:02.
Third Race—One mile. Kamara, 13 to 5,
won, with Oneck Queen, 11 to 10 and 2 to
5. second, and Andrisa, 5 to 2, third. Time
Fourth Race—Six furlongs, selling. Na
tive. 9 to 5, won, with Unmasked, 11 to 5
and 3 to 5, second, ami Miss Hanover, 7 to
l, third. Time 1:13 1-5.
Fifth Rate—One and one-sixteenth miles.
Ktheibert, 1 to 3, won, with McMeekin, 7
to 2 and 1 to 2, second, and The Ken
tuckian, ti to 1, third. Time 1:45 3-5.
Sixth Race—Five and half furlongs,
selling. Y ouch, 4 to 1, won, with Maxi
mus, 8 to 5 and 3 to 5, second, and The Re
gent, 7 to 2, third. Time 1:07 4-5.
IIIk Race* at Detroit.
Detroit, July 20.—A heavy downpour of
rain spoiled the programme of races at
Grosse Pointt* race track this afternoon.
The deluge came after three heats hai
2:27 (rotting, purse $1,500. unfinished.
Queen Eleanor won the first heat and
Lasso the second heat. Time 2:17 1 4 , 2:15*
Hotel Normandie stakes, $2,200, for 2:09
pacers, unfinished. Riley B. won first
heat. Time 2:064.
Advice About Suimlroke.
From the Chicago Journal.
These are days- of sunstrokes, and peo
ple ought to know that there are two
ways In which great heat afflicts the hu
man body. Nearly everybody thinks that
when a man collapses In the street on a
hot day the thing to do is to clap him in
ice. That is sometimes a mistake.
YY’hen the face of the victim is purple,
and he has what Is known in hot countries
as “heat niwplexy,” ice or cold water
should be used unsparingly.
But when his face is pale, and his body
shows other signs of diminished blood
circulation, stimulants in small quanti
ties should be given to him.
But a physician should be summoned
in every case.
The oft-repeated advice to keep quiet,
walk on the shady side of the street, ab
jure alcohol, and refrain fiom worry is
as good this year as it was last year or
ihe yeai before.
WHITE CLIFF MINER\L SPRINGS
HOTEL, WHITE CLIFF, TENN.
Accommodations for 300. Hotel of Ihe
highest class. 3.000 feet above sea level.
Grandest scenery In the western part of
the United State*. Three kinds of mineral
water—iron, sulphur and alum. Sute cure
for hay fever. Daily orchestrn.dancing,
fishing, etc. Mi. J. B. Stern, represeting
White Cliff Hotel, is in the city, stop
ping ot the De Soto. If you contemplate
going away this summer pleas© telephone
him between 8 and 9 a. m. and 1 ahd 2 p.
m. He will call and explain rates, etc.
AROUND THE HORN.
SUNDAY, 3:30 P. M.
Foot of Whitaker street.
Passing Thunderbolt, Warsaw Sound and
Tybee, up Savannah river.
Fare 60c. GEO. U. BEACH.
PALMER HARDWARE COMPANY,
Mouldings, Sash, Doors and Blinds.
Grille VV’ork, Stair WorkT*
Hardwood Interior Finish,
Turned Work, Columns. Porch Work,
Mantels and Grates.
Low Estimates Furnished
Time to Eat Fruit.
Save doctor's bills by a judicious fruit diet. We otter this morning:
Celestial Figs. Rattlesnake Melons,
Elberta Peaches. on ice and off.
Indian River Pines. Finest Tomatoes.
The figs are delicious. We can get only a limited number of baskets,
therefore It would be better to order early.
PHONES 564. _ _ MUNTER’S DUFFY AND DRAYTON.
20 per cent, off on Kodaks.
that others charge $2.50.
LIVINGSTON’S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACIES,
Bull and Congress. Branch .109 Bull Street.
?"LYNN—The relatives and friends of
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Flynn are invited to
attend the funeral of their infant daugh
ter, Henrietta Ceelle, from No. 220 Charl
ton s reet, west, at 4:30 o'clock this after
FRUITS, VEGETABLES GROCERIES.
Extra Fancy Peaches In 4-quart baskets
Extra large Ivy Watermelons.
Cooking Pears 20c peck.
Fancy Messina Lemons.
Try our 24-lb. sack Patent Flour 60c sack.
Fancy Columbia River Salmon, cans, 15c
Try our 40c pound Mixed Tea for iced tea.
Our Golden Rio OofTee. parched, 15c; two
pounds for 25c.
Full Cream Cheese, Just in. cheap.
Fancy Drip Syrup, in quart cans, 10c.
Try our Fancy Rio at 16c per pound.
Try our Columbia River Salmon 10c can.
Try our Georgia Syrup, put up in bottles.
Ginger Ale and Claret Shrub and Grape
1 2-gal. Jars Fancy Mixed Pickles 36c each.
Try our Imported Sardines, Vfe boxes, 15c.
C. A. DRAYTON GROCERY COMPANY,
G. S. Van Horne, Manager.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Savannah. Ga., July 16. 1900.
The firm of Foye & Morrison has this
day been dissolved by mutual consent.
Peter T. Foye assumes all the liabilities
of said firm and takes all of the assets
nnd will continue the business on his own
P. T. FOYE.
JAMBS L. MORRISON.^
TUK WAV TO CLLIN CARPETS.
The only way tc set your carpets prop
erly taken up. cleaned and taken care ot
tor the summer le to turn the Job over to
the District Mesaenger and Delivery Cos.,
telephone 2, or call at 32 Montgomery
etreet, and they will make you an eatl
mate on the cost of the work. Prices
reasonable. They also pack, movo and
store furniture and pianos.
C H. MEDLOCK. Supt. and Mgr-
IF IT’S SICK, V. K HAVE IT.
For a few days, to reduce stock, we
will sell our 2jc Mixed Candy for 15c lb.
Phone 953. HARDEE & MARSHALL.
Served special order to-day at San Fran
cisco Restaurant, 114 Drayton street.
Come early. 25c.
JOE CHANG, Proprietor
Fresh Lamb, choice Beef.
M. S. GARDNER.
Wayne and Whitaker.
P. S.—Plenty Corned Beef, specially pre
If you want somethin? nice in meats,
you will always ttet it at Joyce’s. He
keeps everything of the best quality and
fills orders at any hour of the day.
Fresh Vegetables, all kinds of fruits.
JAS. J. JOYCE.
EVERY DAY I HAVE V FULL SI PPLY
of the best meats that come to this city.
You can depend on getting the best to be
had at my stalls in the City Market.
Prime Beef, Mutton and Veal.
Spring Lamb, matchless Cornel Beef,
etc. JOHN FUNK.
DOORS, SASH, ni.INDS,
And everything In the building material
line. We are headquarters for these
goods, with the largest and most com
plete stock In the South. Buy White Pine
Doors, Sash and Blinds for your new
ANDREW HANLEY COMPANY.
PbARIREHU tMI MASONS' t IM
Cement. Lime, Plaster, Hair and River
Sand. Prompt delivery. Reasonable price.
SAVANNAH BUILDING SUPPLY CO.,
Corner Drayton and Congress.
SPEt I M, NOTICE.
Neither the master nor consignee* of the
British steamship Melbridge will be re
sponaihle for any debts contiacted by the
BTRACHAN A CO.. Consignees.
Savannah, tia., July 20, 190tV
is a wonder. Cures when every
other medicine fails.
Dinner 1 to 3 and 6 to 9, Saturday, July 21.
• 8 FISH.
Grouper ala Geneoise.
Potatoes ala Marechale.
Sliced Tomatoes. Queen Olives.
Chow Chow, Mixed Pickles.
Ribs of Baltimore Beef, Dish Gravy.
Saddle of Mutton, with jelly.
Calf’s Brains ala Roulade.
Spaghetti a l'ltalienne.
Boiled Potatoes, Rice, Stewed Tomatoes.
Butter Beans, Roasting Ears.
PASTRY AND DESSERT.
Pear Pie, Assorted Cakes.
Cheese. Crackers, Fruits.
Ice CoM Watermelons.
At LEVAN'S CAFE RESTAURANT.
NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA AND PROS
Mr. Andrew Hanley, Suwanee Springs,
Dear Sir: I feel that it is but right
that I should acknowledge to you the
great good which I have sustained by my
visit to your Springs. For nearly two
years I have suffered from nervous dys
pepsia. and it was thought I could not
live. I am now eating anything I care to,
including milk; milk always caused me
great distress. I now use it freely and
suffer no inconvenience. I am very sure
that there is no better place on God's
green earth for a person troubled with
nervous prostration or dyspepsia than
Thanking you for the many kindnesses,
both from you and your good family, i
beg to remain, Yours gratefully
GEO. S. KIMBALL, Carbondale, Pa.
BUY ONLY THE BEST GINGER ALE.
The best Is ths Wheoler Brand of Bel
fast Glngsr Ale. made by Wheeler & Cos.,
of Belfast, Ireland, from the celebrated
Cromac Spring* of that city. These
epiings are the property of Wheeler A
Cos., hence no other Ginger Ale manufac
turer In Ireland has thoee waters but
themselves. 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 Healthfulness and Purity the cele
brated Wheeler brand of Belfast Ginger
Als Is the best.
Bole Southern Agents. Savannah. Ga.
SAVANNAH FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
Builders of Marine and Stationery Boilers,
will furnish estimates on new work in
competition with Northern end Western
Repair work on Engines and Boilers.
will not trouble yon If yon use
•NHOO.MLSKEET. It In a pleasant
i* a toilet powder (lint instantly din
pel tlie disHitrernble odor* arising
from perspiration. .
OLD STYLE COLD CREAM
given qnlek relief for snn barns and
LARGE WAREHOUSE AND
to rent, located head of Broughton
afreet, on West Broad, now occu
pied by the Savannah Carriago and
Wagon Cos As they will give up
business In the city on June ], j otZr
it for rent from that data.
H P BMART.
By Ih* American Bonding and Truat Com
pany of Baltimore. Wo ore authorized to
execute locally (immediately upon appli
cation). all bonds in judicial proceedings
In either th* stats or United State*
courts. and of administrators and
DEARINO A HULL. Agenta.
Telephone 324. Provident Building.
One of our clients has placed In our
hands $26,000 to loan on good Savannah
real sstats at reasonable rates of Interest.
BECKETT A BECKETT.
' *4 President street, sttL
Jte Down Goes The i
jjp prices of Men’s Fine Shoes. |
flew To-day we inaugurate a <
Bona-fide Inventory Sale of j
■HfejjEiEgSl our entire stock of ]
Hh Hanan & Son and
: Stacy, Adams & Co/s i
> Finest Brown Vici Kid and Tan Russia Calf I
■ / Shoes at the (ft /ft r . j
unheard of price of J
■ \ These shoes are their newest <
\ and most stylish This Season’ S Hoods <
u / Sold the world over at $5.50 and $6.00
All widths—all sizes—nothing reserved j
May exhaust the possibili
ties of the market, and they
will find nothing better than
for the simple reason that
there isn't any better. It is
the standard. There are
many imitations, but no su
3 lbs. for $L
Whole, ground or pulver
ized, to suit.
HE S. W. BRANCH CO.,
Corner Broughton and Whitaker.
HOT WEATHER SPECIALTIES.
Lime Juice in bottles* 25c
Strawberry Fruit Shrub 25c
Ginger Ale, quart bottles 25c
Canada Mall Beer per dozen SI.OO
Fancy Mixed Crackers of all kinds.
Fancy Elberta Peaches.
Vfc-lb. cans Deviled Ham 10c
%-lb. cans Fancy Chipped Beef 15c
1-lb. cans Veal Loaf 10c
1-lb. jars Sliced Breakfast Bacon 25c
1-lb. car.s Star Sliced Ham 25c
Vi-lb. cans English Luncheon Sausage.
with tomato sauce, per can 10c
H-lb. cans Boned Chicken ■ 2io
At JOHN T. EVANS A CO.’S,
Congress and Barnard streets.
Two fones No. 256.
Residence 118 Gaston
All conveniences. Can be
rented from Ist August.
CHATHAM REAL ESTATE AND IM
14 Bryan Street, Fast.
To’ liif Piste’
For Bale, a Forsalth Newspaper Folder;
will fold sheet 27x46. It is In good order.
Price SIOO. It cost originally $l,lOO, but
have no ure for It and want the room
It will be an Invaluable adjunct to any
City of Savannah. Office Director of
Public Works, Savannah, (la. July Id,
1900.—Bids will be received at this office
until 12 o’clock noon, city time, Tuesday.
July 31, 1903, for the manure from the city
stables and the street sweepings, etc.,
from Ihe streets and lanes, to be deliver
ed at city lot for one year from date of
acceptance of bid. The city reserves the
right to reject any or all bids. En
velopes lo be marked "Bids for Manure,"
etc. Bids to be opciud in Ihe presence
GEO. M. GADSDEN, Director.
NOW IN THE TIME TO RENOVATE,
We renovate and remake with hair
ticking moss mattresses $4, hair’and wool
mattresses $6. 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 us
we’! as Increase In volume your feather
beds and pillows. Renovation of feather
beds $6, bolsters $1.30, pillows 75c. All
work gusranleed first-class.
NATIONAL MATTRESS AND RENO
Bell Phone U 36. S3l Drayton street-
LEOPOLD ADLER, JNO. R. DILLON
President. Cashier ' ‘
C. T. ELLIS. BARRON CARTER
Vice President. Asst. Cashier
Tiie Chatham Bank
Will be pleased to receive the accounts
of Merchants, Firms, Individuals, Banks,
Liberal favors extended.
Unsurpassed collection facilities, insur
ing prompt returns.
SEPARATE PAYINGS DEPARTMENT
INTEREST COAIPOI \DBD QI \RTER.
l-v OX DEPOSITS.
Safety Deposit Boxes and Vaults foi
rent. Correspondence solicited.
Tiie Citizens Bank
A cni...... ... .. utucisi ..uukiag
Solicits Accounts *| Individual*,
Merchants, Banks and other Corps,
Collections handled with safety,
economy and dispatch.
Interest compounded quarterly
allowed on deposits In our Savings
Safety Deposit Boxes and Storage
BRANTLEY A. DENMARK, Presides!,
MILLS B. LANE, Vice President.
GEORGE C. FREEMAN, Cashier.
GORDON L. GROOVER. Asst. Cashier,
of the State of Georgia.
Surplus and undivided profits $401,000
DEPOSITORY OF THE STATE OF
Superior facilities for transacting a
General Banking Business*.
Colh ' made on all points
n • *>si?)i.’ through banks and bankers.
Accounts of Banks, Bunkers, Merchant
and others solicited. Safe Deposit Boxes
Department of Savings, interest payable
Sells Sterling Exchange on London fl
JOHN FLANNERY, President.
HORACE A. CRANK, Vice President.
JAMES SULLIVAN, Coshier.
JNO. FLANNERY. \VM. YV. GORDON.
E. A. WEIL. YV. W. GORDON. Jr.
11. A. CRANE. JOHN M. EGAN.
LEE ROY MYERS. JOSEPH FERST.
H. P. SMART. CHARLES ELLIS.
EDWARD KELLY. JOHN J. KIRBY.
THE GERMANIA BANK
a A VANN AH, GA
Undivided profits . oO,W
This bank oiurs its services to corpora
tions, merchants and individuals.
Has authority to act as executor, as*
Dlnlstrator, guardian, etc.
Issues drafti on the p. Ineipal cities la
Great Britain and Ireland and on tbs
Interest paid or compounded quarterly
on deposits in the Saving Department.
Safety Roxes for rent.
HENRY BLUN. President.
GEO. TV TIEDEMAN, Vice President.
JOHN M. HOGAN. Cashier.
WALTER F. HOGAN. Ass t Cashier-
Accounts of banks, merchants, corpora
tions and individuals solicited.
Savings Department, interest paid
Safety Boxes and Storage Vaults fof
Collections made on all points at rea
Drafts sold on all the chief cities of th<
JOSEPH D. WEED, President.
JOHN C. ROWLAND, Vice President.
W. F. McCAULEY, Caehier.
No. MHh Chartered, M*
His liilmf hi
CAPITAL. $300,00U. SURPLUS. $l<.OW
LNUED STATES DEPOSITORY.
J. A. G. CARSON, President
BKXRNE GORDON, Vic* President.
W. M. DAVANT, Cashier.
Accounts of banka and banker*. tnP
chants and corporations received upon
the most favorable terms consistent win
safe and conservative banking.
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, order your lithographed and
printed stationery and blank book* from
Morning New*, Savannah, On.