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SCHOOL TEACHERS ELECTED.
(Continued from Eighth Page.)
ately before us is of school accomo
dation. The burning of ("ha:ham Acade
my was a great 10.-s, and the r suit has
te-n one if considerable inconvenience to
the peoi'le. For a t ine no complaints
we re heard, however, as all s emed to
ri ognize that the acticn of the board in
. falling the a tern on sc o Is was
%he b thing that could have been and n
un er the circumstances, but rcently
con-idei able dissatisfaction has been ap
lar nt on :he part of those parents
whose children attend these and
it is very desiral le to re urn to the morn
rur tchools as soon as
from the domestic inconvenfen e caused
by the afternoon sessions, the necessary
'ho t ning of the da ly s i. o. u.m - .ust
mpair to a certain extent the character
of the teaching done. Within the last
month, a considerable falling off in the
i<tendance upon these schools his been
noticed, and upon the re-opening of the
schools in October, the proper distribu
tion of pupils will be a problem of serious
In view of the fact, however, th.it the
new' school on Eightn street will so n be
ready for occupancy, and that Cha<h im
Academy will be reconstructed, there
seems to be no other alternative than to
continue the afternoon schools as at pres
ent till these buildings are ready.
• In accordance with the rules of the
board, the annual teachers’ examination
will take place next Saturday, June 16,
and the results will be reported in due
form to your next meeting.”
110 l WEATHE.iI IMiIVGS CRIME.
Police Did Xot IBnve Unity Cases but
They Were Lively Ones.
The police were not k- pt very busy yes
terday but the in Teasing humidity s em
e 1 to I ring out the pugnacious proclivi
ties of such law' breakers as were cap
tur and and many of the arre ts were for
assaults committed or threatened.
W. S. Chaplin, colored, was arrested by
Officer Barrett for having drawn a razor
on Maurice Buttitner with the threat that
he would carve him. This charge was en
le ed against him at the barracks as well
as the further charge of carrying con
c a ed we apons.
An unknow'ii negro was arrested as a
suspicious character near the Market
by Officer Ranzin. who saw that tlie man
had a large of cisfirottes. The
patrol wagon* was called knd the pri
or. who made no show cf resistance, was
put in and started to the barracks. This
apparent submission was, however, only
a part of a si>r ud game cn his part as
was developed later, for, when mar the
barracks and while the wagon was going
at quite a rapid he vaulted lightly
over the side and made his escape down
1 incoln stre t. alth* ughl the sally port
man fired at him and another cffLer, who
saw the lean from the tpagon, attempted
to bar his way. The cigarettes were
taken to the barracks.
Another arrest, and one that created
considerable commotion in the tenderloin
and attracted a large crowd to the l>or
racks, was that of Jim, the colored bar
keeper in John Wade’s saloon on Houston
street nnd Oglethorpe avenue. Jim was
arrested at the request of J. L. George,
white, who charged him with cursing and
assaulting him. At the barracks it de
veloped. however, that the shoe was on
the other foot, or, according to the ne
gro’s story, which was corroborated hv the
only bystander during the difficulty,
George, who was drunk, came into the
saloon and demanded that a policeman be
telephoned for at once as ‘‘his friend was
getting all beat up in a house down the
street.” The bartender told him as the
barracks was so short a distance away
that he had better go there and make a
report of the matter. But George insisted
that the telephone be used, and upon the
negro’s making a point blank refusal,
cursed him, and 'after being put out of
the place, secured an offiJer and had him
While at the barracks, where he went as
a witness against the man, George Iteeame
so abusive and threatening in his talk that
a charge of being drunk and disorderly
was entered against him and he was lock
ed up. Jim was dismissed.
William Adams, colored, was arrested
by Detective J. J. Murphy for having in
his possession o lot of engine brasses sup
posed to have been stolen from the Geor
gia and Alabama Road.
*<S BEFORE THE RECORDER.
A Lively Monday In Police Court
Forty-six prisoners were before the Re
corder’s Court yesterday. They were
charged with various misdemeanors, but
few if any of the charges being of a seri
Tom Blake, the colored man, who on
last Saturday, snatched a podketbook
from a lady on the street, was remanded
to the Superior Court.
Theo Eulenberg, the red hot man, who
has figured so many times in the police
and magistrates’ courts recently, was up
again yesterday, on a charge of wife
beating, the charge being preferred by
A short while ago. Eulenberg was tried
In the Ordinary’s Court, on a charge of
lunacy, and was discharged, with the pro
viso that he leave the city for keeps.
Before he could get away, however, in
fact, as soon as he had left the Court
House, after the trial, he was arrested
hy the officer of a magistrate’s court, who
required that he furnish n peace bond.
While the attention of the officer was dis
tracted. Eulenberg made good his escape,
a*>l it was thought at the time, and
was doubtless true, that he had left the
His arrest yesterday morning is the first
notice that the police have had of his re
turn 10 his former haunts. The case was
continued until this morning.
F A. Leonard and Edward Killorin, who
wee,-, arrested as the result of a dispute
for the possession of a buggy were both
At this morning’s session of the Record
er s Court over 100 coses against dog tax
delinquents will l>e heard, also a case
against the Edison Electric Illuminating
Company for violating a city ordinance
by turning up soil within the city limits
without securing permission from the
Another case that will probably come, up
will he that against the Western Union
Telegraph Company, which is charged
with neglecting, failing and refusing to
put in fuse blocks and fuses in call wires
as per instructions of the electric inspec
SlMm SCHOOL PHIZES.
"°n by Miclivn Imimicl Cotigrcfrfi
ll on'* I liCl<lren.
The exercises of the Mickva Israel Sun
day School Sunday afternoon were of
more than ordinary interest. The silver
medals, offered by Mr. Joseph Rosenheim,
for perfect records in study, based on ex
aminations, and the book prizes for per
fect records during the term prior to ex
aminations, offered by Mr. Lawrem e
Lippmnn, were award* and.
Th medals went *o Vivienne Stern, Jo
seph Jaifow. Zip Falk, Ruth Stern. Lu
cille S-ern, Harry Janow, Joe Falk. Rita
M. Weil, Rena Adior. Nell Wolf, DorL
Lip pm an. Curie Fuizel, Isaiah Solomon
Sol Stern. Ruby Ley.-or. I*< r r*in Bin
baum, Edwin Gardner and Bertha Lizi
Thu first honor pupils, to whom books
were given, were Gladys Llppman, Ada
Solomon. Vivienne Stern, Gladys Birn
baurn, Joseph Janow, Henrietta Falk, Zip
Faik, Lucille Stein, Ruth Stern, Harry
Janow. Harold Epstein. Afmand Weil,
Nell Wolf, Rita M. Weil, It* n , Adler.
Doris Llppman, Isaiah Solomon, Carrie
Putgel, Sol S ent. Rita Weil, Ruby Ley*
■er, Edgar Morrison. Noah N eh hi, Ber
tram Birnbauni, Kdwln Gardner an 1
Bertha Lazar on.
The second honor punils who missed
but one day through illness were Edna
Mohr, Sena Col’a, Adeline* Falk, Lena
Bchulhafrr, Joy Mendta and Joy Solo
f>olve the Servant
kv putting a Wickless Oil Stove in the kitchen.
You can keep a gid then. No fire to build in
the morning. No wood to chop. No coal to
carry. No ashes to worry about. No soot on
pans. It makes play of housework. The
Is doing more to make housekeeping easy than
any other stove in existence. Absolutely safe.
Rums ordinary kerosene oil. Bakes, broils, boils,
roasts, toasts—-does anything that any other stove
will do, and many things that most stoves can’t
do. Sold wherever stoves are sold. If j our dealer
STANDARD OIL COMPANY.
The afc>o\/e Stoves are on ex Ini hit ext the rooms
of the Advertising arid Exhibiting Company, INo
307 Bui! Street, Savannah, Ga. The attendant
in charge will take great pleasure in demonstrat
ing and explaining to prospective purchasers.
FOR S7SLE BY
Wm. & W. H. LATTIMORE, ÜBMDSAY &,
CLASSiFic J ADVERTISEMENTS,
world; then a good, sharp razor is of
value. Tramps going down hili don't
know that 28 East Broughton, Hair, Jew
elry and Shaving Supply House, is the
place to have your old mzor ground, honed,
set and made to cut like new. Shaving
outfits at nominal cost; barber *chairs for
sale or rent; scissors with the name Fe
geas stamped! on, sharpened free of
charge. Bring this advertisement with
'em. New scissors exchanged for old ones.
' FINE RICEFIELD LAMB AT “BA
ker’s” every day; best of 511 other meals
in market. ,
RING IT Lll IF YOU WANT TO
have your furniture moved or packed for
shipment or storage; I guarantee prices
the same as I do the work that’s given
to me. A. S. Griffin, 314 Broughton street,
west; mattresses made to order.
"FIVE " THOUSAND ~ PIECES GOOD
music, lc each; s;ationery and books. At
~IF ITS RUGS YOU WANT. YOU CAN
get them cheaper from McGillis.
M’GILLIS SELLS SIXTY-!NCH~RUG3
-▼-Smyrna patterns—for 99 cents.
BEAUTY PINS, 1C EACH; PULLbi
belts, buckles ajid rings; shirt waist sets,
at Gardner’s Bazaar.
"SEE HERE! WE WANT TO TAKE
stock this month, and we want to clear
out as much of our goods as possible; ti
is not right to put a lot of fake prices in
the papers, and get you to buy something
that you don’t want because it is appar
ently cheap; but if you need anything in
furniture, carpe's, mattings, shades, re
frigerators, stoves, hammocks, water
coolers, lawn settees, cedar chess, etc.,
come around 10 see us and we will make
prices that will be really cheap and give
you big values for your money. Yours
for honest bargains, C. P. Miller, agent,
207 Broughton, west.
M'GIL ITS IS CHEAP ON RUGS, NETS,
lace curtains, hammocks, water coolers,
pillows, pictures, stoves, bedroom suites,
and furniture of every description.
M’GILLIS’ LACE CURTAINS WILL
beautify your parlor.
WHEN YOU SEE M’GILLIS’ SIXTY -
inch 99 cents rugs, you will buy them.
Just can’t help it; will sell in any quan
““‘‘FURNITURE MOVED WITH CARE.”
is a specialty with McGillis.
M’GTLLIS MOVES. PACKS' SHIPS
and stores pianos and furniture; best work
only; no “Cheap-John” prices—no ‘‘Cheap-
LADIES! CHICHESTER’S ENGLISH
Pennyroyal Pills are the best. Safe, re
liable. Take no other. Send 4c. stamps
for particulars. ••Relief for Ladles,” In
letter by return mall. Ask your druggist.
Chichester Chemical Cos.. Philade . Pa.
HOW A yoTTR FEFTT? IF YOUR
feet are troubling you. call on me and I
will give you relief; I cure ingrowing nails,
corns and all diseases of the feet without
pain; charges reasonable; can give .the
beet references in the city: patients treat
ed at residences; orders can be left n t Liv
ingston’s drug store. Bull and Congress
streets; telephone 293 Lem Davit, aur
frnnr ct V
salary? Answer. Triumph Information
Cos., Dallas, Tex.
WANTED FOR U. 8. ARMY, A RLE
bodied, unmarried men between ages of
21 and 35, citizens of United States, of
good character and temperate habits, who
can speak, read and write English. For
information apply to recruiting officer, 303
Puli street, Savannah, or 403 Cherry
street, Macon. Ga.
HELP \\ %NTKD—FEMALE.
servant; no other kind. 10 Liberty street,
WANTII lb A WI! IT E CHAMBER
moid;musi ho also a good seamstress; ref
erences required; satisfactory person will
be taken awny for the summer ns lady’s
maid. Apply 304 Jones, east.
WANTED RESPONSIBLE WOMAN,
cook and companion, for old lady; Rood
home 10 deserving jicraon. 23 Charlton,
WANTED. A WHITE WOMAN TO DO
housework for one month, then take
charge of tin 1 house; good reference warn*
<d. Apply 131 Jonee, we*t.
EJII'LOT >1 E> T \V A.\TED.
plfK-c cr pastry position: good wages re
quired and ail recommendations needed.
"i:\ We t Broad street. Aladorla Bradshaw;
in the city or out.
\V A VI ED— MIM.KL.I, t \EUI .
WANThTp OF INTEL
lleeriee with toWJ lo operate in Chatham
end twelve otmr counties, the aerie al
ngenry of one of Ih< Ia si of oil line life
Insurance i mp.inies. TANARUS, ere is no easier
or Letter bushi' < when well estabilshcd.
A.ldr ss P. o. box -la. Savannah.
~ WANTED KVEnTONE TO KNOW
that ‘Teyriae tjard n ” is on Klfehth
street, i.ist. fern Habersham to Waters
avenue, a brighter cr healthier spot does
not rxlFt In Savannah; 145 lieautlful
building lets to is aold for your own price
at auction due day. June 11, 5 p. m. Flat
shek &Cos., auctioneer
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1900.
IF YOU WANT A PUAUK TO DUMP
earth, dirt, sand, manure, etc., free of
charge, just at city limits, hauling over
hard road, write or telephone Brown
Brothers, corner Anderson and East Broad
BEFORE YOU BUY~OR SELL PROP
erty; consult Robt. H. Taiem, real estate
dealer. No. 7 York street, west.
EARTH,’ SAND. MANURE; PARTIES
making excavations and others having
earth, sand, manure, etc., can find a place
to haul and dump it within city limits;
(good hard road to the place), by address
ing or calling on Brown Bros., corner An
derson and East Broad streets; telephone
FOR RENT. TWO HANDSOMELY
furnished rooms. 23 West Liberty.
"V‘ VR~~ RUNT. T\Y* > Nil 'ELY ”FUR
nished r<k me .a 304 * >glet. orp • avenu*
we.-t. one suitable for two gentlemen and
the other for one; southern exposure.
“WELL FURNISHED RQOM TO GEN
tleman; private bath and dressing room
adjoining. Apply 19 Perry, west.
"NEWLY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM,
southern exposure; all conveniences. 308
Barnard street, near Liberty.
"FOR rent; SEVERAL DESIRABLE
fiats, 216 Liberty street, west; possession
immediately. Apply A. Wylly, 12 Bryan,
NICELY FURNISH ED ROOM TO ONE
or two gentlemen; private family, with or
without board. 122 Taylor street, west.
FOR REST— IIOLSES.
FOR RENT. THREE-STORY BRICK
tenement, 217 Gordon, west, $25. W. H.
TWO-STORY HOUSE; 122 HABER
sham, corner State. Apply 121 Habersham.
FOR RENT, FROM OCT. 1 NEXT,
that desirable brick dwelling, No. 211
Charlton street, on a full lot. John Flan
nery, Bay* street.
FOR RENT, THE WARD RESIDENCE
and premises at Isle of Hope. Apply T.
A. Ward, West Broad and Olive streets.
FLAT CONNECTING ROOMS, FIRST
floor; large hall third floor, suitable for
any purpose. John Lyons.
FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE. BEAUTIFUL “TEYNAC
Gardens ” the one bright and glorious
©to: of the south* rn sect.on of this pro
gressive city, owned by the Oglethorpe
Rfal Estate C m a* y. who decided they
want to go out of hus.n ss; therefore 145
pretty building lots on Eighth street, cast,
fiom Habersham street to Waters avenue,
will fed the cold, heart ess blows of the
auc i neer's hammer, and will be sold to
tic high* st lona fide bidd r a' whatever
prices they will bring! Never again will
you get such a chance: it will be the pro
verbial “or.ee in a lifetime; ' go out to
c’av, g> to-morrow or go the next day,
but don’t fail to go out before the day
of •■ale! Sel ct the spot you want to buy,
keep your eye on it, tell your family about
It keep it in your dreams,.but don't let
it sli ; > away from you, f rif prices will
sell lots, ‘you are go ng to own it! Do you
know “Teynac Gardens” is the* greatest
spot to make yourself some money? Look
a the handsome, happy homes on East
Eighth street; look at its wide, finely-’
graded and guaranie and open streets,
abundant pipe lin , water suj ply, sewers.
1 giving facilities and projected railway
a ong Brice street! “Teyna* Gardens”
pr s nt at and future, is m >ie than doubly
assured; why? It is a fact! you cannot
afiord 'o buy o bill'd elsewhere or you
are a loser! Held ycur money; wait for
this g. rat sal ; it takes place on premises
Tuesday. June 12. 5 o'clock afternoon;
convinced you will go the limit of your
* b.:nk rail;’ - we moke all the easy terms
per Jot of $25 cash. $25 payable quarterly,
interest at 6 per cent, per annum or 5
per cent, il s'ount allowed for all cash.
1 latshek & Cos., auctioneers, 110 Bryan,
FOR SALE. LOTS ON NINI H STREET
near East Hr ad. no city taxes, at s2os
each; tw-my-five dollars cash, and easy
monthly payments. C. H. Dorsett.
FOR SALE, THOSE LOTS ON NINTH !
street, near East Broad, have only been |
told to firs’-class \ arties. who will make i
g od neighbors; ind none other can buy. |
Th- terms are very easy, and they are :
ch ap< r than any oth r in the vicinity. I
C H. Dorsett.
FOR SALE, LOTS ON NINTH. NEAR
East Broad, at S2OO each; will soon be
advanc'd to $223; when a lot has been
paid for I can arrange to get a home
built. C. II Dor.ett.
DON’T FAIL TO THINK ABOUT
those lots be’twoi n Whitaker and Bar
nard on Eleventh strret, to be sold at
auction June 11, $25 cash, $> a month by
John L. A-cher.
WELL LOCATED STORE AND RES!
donee on West Broad street, not far from
T’nion Dcpofr, an excellent stand for bit 1- |
ness; only $2,000 to quick buyer. Youvna ■
SEVERAL CHOICE AND v ELL LO.
BATED RESIDENCES; owners are com
peiled io realize on them nt once; they wid
go cheap. Youmans & Dtmmond.
LOTS WHICH YOU CAN IMPROVE
and nrmfc* from fifteen to twenty per cent,
on outlay; call for particulars. Youmaoo
FOR SALK—REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE. A
dred dollars: easy terms, on Ninth street,
near East Broad; no city taxation. C. IL
GOOD LUCK LINIMENT. A YALUA
bie remedy for whooping cough; price 25c.
Goodmans Liver Tonic will help your
liver, Improve your digestion, and increase
your weight; 50c. Persse’s Drug Store
Henry and Abercorn, Whitaker and Tay
FOR SALE, ONE TEN-HORSE POW
er boiler, one saddle and driving horse, 6
years old, harness and wagon. 19 North
FOR SALE, ONE DEN’S MORE TYPE
writer, cheap. Inquire Savannah Feed
Stoie, 107 Jefferson street.
1.000 BUSHELS OF CLEAN SELECT
seed field peas for sale*. Write us for
prices before buying. Linton Supply Cos.,
Mon licello, Fla.
BUILDING BRICK FOR SALE! K.“n.
Jelks, manufacturer, Macon, Ga.
LAUNCHES FOR BALE. SIZE JC
feet, and 25 feet, and 30 feet, with prices
that will Le sure to phase you The
agencies for these fine launches has been
established with us. Li ppm. n Brother-.
Wholesale Druggists. Lippman's Block;
FIRE PROOF SAFES FOR SALE ’.\T
low price, ail in block in live numJieo
five thousand pounds. Apply Dpj, iu+im
FOR SALE. AN ELEGANT PH A ETON
find lars-e rarr age, second-h md, will be
eold chesn: one is hv Brewster and the
other OV Sliver* Doth the bef maker* In
the I nited States. Lippman Bros whole
sale druggists. Savannah. Ga.
east, one sorrel mare, with 3 white feet.
Reward if returned to address above.
STRAYED OR A FOX TER
rier, answers to the name of Queen. R©
ward if returned to John Rourke & Son.-.
PLEASANT ROOMS WITH GOOD
table board for gentlemen. 212 West Jones
St Jfill.lt ItLMjlUs.
HOTEL ALEXANDER; ON THE
railroa*! ten miles north of Asheville, .\p
C Famous for variety of good food, ex
cellent water, pleasant, well furnished
rooms, good beds. Five hundred feet of
cool varandac, rind shaded grounds, add
to the attractions. Circulars furnisaed;
terms moderate. Mrs. R. B. & J. N.
' BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS, TRYON.
N. C., to rent for summer; furnished cot
tage of seven rooms; cellar and barn; gar
den and fruit on place; rent $25 per month.
Address Box 26, Tryon, N. C.
“The Laurels,” Tryon, N. C.; well kept
house; extensive ground; beautiful scen
ery, excellent table, moderate terms. Mrs.
M. M. Carter.
v j (P . , ,'V - B/activ'e Wide, iyalfr
bMf- Young Men
WljotSKe our practical
COLLEGES] QjMst&fai ■' /
Mnd /nrfataJnqr/r S) i//
Mill Mhi and Olliers.
40-borsc power Holler, but little
used lu good shape, only taken oot
to make room. Prlee f llMi, delivered
nt any railroad In Savannah. Ad
J. H. ESTILL,
For your <*to* k The fly beaon Is now on
us and the t ine to use
Tough on Flies,
a lotion wiii-ii applied will prevent your
horse* and cattie ficm being pesteted. Try
It ind be convinced.
lIAY, GRAIN. BRAN, COW FEED,
CHICKEN FEED, etc.
T. J. DAVIS.
Phone 223. 113 Bay street, west
CITY MARSHALS SALE.
City Marshal's office, Savannah, Ga.,
June 5, 19 o.—Under and Ly virtue of exe
cutions for real estate for the year 1899.
paced in my hands by C. S. Hardee, city
treasurer, I will sell, as r quired by the
city ordinance, before the Court House,
in ihe citv of Savannah, county of ('hat
ham. state of Georgia, between the law
ful h urs of sale, on the first Tuesday in
July. 19C0, the followlr g property (lot and
improvements thereon), io wit Each piece
of property dot ar and improvements there
on) levied on as the property of the per
son gr persons whese name or names im
mediately precede the description; all of
the said property (lot and improvements
th ieon) situate, lying and being in the
city of Savannah, county of Chatham,
state of Geoigia:
Jennie P. Archer, lot No. 171, Dasher
J hn L. Archer, lot No. 9, Schley ward.
Rosa M. Artson, east part of lot No. 10,
Louis Ashton, lot No. 23, Haywood ward.
James S. Bailey, south half of lot No.
111. Johnston ward.
Soph 0 Bailey, lot No. 44, Southvllle
Augustus Barie. lot No. 1. sub-division
lots No. 29 and 30, Columbia ward.
Est. E. E. Barie, lot No. 10. Columbia
Benevolent Sisters of Charity, lot No. 3.
sub-division lot No. 24. Robertsville ward.
Isaac Bing, lot No 5, Law ward.
Ann G. Boughs, * ast part * f lot No. 28,
and west part c f lot No. 27. Gaston ward.
K. Brought* n. west part of lot No.
40, and east part of lot No. 41, Lee ward.
\\ m. Brown, lot No. 24, Johnston ward.
Wm. Brown, trustee, south half of lot
No. 54. Johnston ward.
W. J. G. Brown, improvements on part
of lot No. 13. Middle Oglethorpe ward.
Henry Bryan and James Hunter, lot
No. 20, Barry ward.
Josephine Bottimers, lot P, Owens
Richard Butler, south half of lot No. 42,
S reven ward.
Samuel Butler, Improvements on lot No.
11, sub-division luts No. 31 and 32. Elliott
Mary Buttimer, one-fifth of lot No. 33,
Patrick Buttimer, lot No. 7, Crawford
Frankie Calden, I.t 28, Haywood ward.
Edward rarer, u-i half of lot No. 19,
and lot No. 2>. Thomas ward
Mrs L. A. Cockshuct, west half of lot
No. 11, Troup ward.
Eliz.i Ann’Ooh*n. improvements on lots
No. 3 and 4. sub-division lot No. 1. Law
J A <’oh n, improvements on lot No.
14. sub-division lots No. 53 and 54, South
Charles Coles, lot No. 19. Law ward.
J. P. Cohen, improvements on lot No.
18. Gilmerville word.
City and Suburban Railway, lot No. 86,
Arthur C. Craig, lot No. 61, Flannery
Samuel Daniels, west half of lot No.
9, Marshall ward.
Lewis A. Davis, lot No. 89 Telfair ward.
Decker & Fawcett, lot No. 9, Pulaski
Rachael D lion, let No. 1, Liberty ward.
W. D. At W. T. Dixon, west half of lot
No. 17, Brown ward.
\V. I). Dixon, west half g.’’ lot No. 2,
Jane Edwards, Ijt No. 45, Southvllle
L. it. Endrr s, trus ee, lot No. 10, sub
division Pts NO. 31 and 32, Eli ott ward.
Equitable Loan and Building Associa
tion, lot No. 114. Johnston ward.
G. W. Faries. trustee, west half of lot
No. 2. Laßoehe tyth ng. Hcathcote ward.
Isabella Fawcett, wst on -third of lot
No. 19, Elbert ward.
J. R. Fawcett, a-t half of lot No. 7,
sub-division lot No. 27, North Oglethorpe
John A. Feuger, trustee, west half of
lot No. 25, Troup ward.
Est Anna G. Fink, n r h half of lots
No. 39 and 40, Elbert ward.
Sylvia Fleming, lot No. 21, Southvllle
G orgia Infirmary, lot No. 24, Dasher
.Monro P. Grant, lot No 1. sub-division
lot No. 24, Robertsville ward.
Virginia Haines, lot No. £5, Flannery
list. Henry Hamiltn, improvements on
Ijpt No. 25. Minis ward.
I ri get Hanley, east half of lot No. 23,
North Oglethorpe ward.
< has J. Harris, lot No. 61, Johnston
Est. A. S. Hartridge, lots No. 19 and 21.
Ga/away Hartridge. w s' half of tract,
Davis ward, between Price and East
Solomon T. Herb, north middle part of
lo; No. .6 L e ward.
Henry C. Holmes, north half of lot No.
7, sub-divisl.n lots No. 13. 14, 15, Screven
liar:let R. Holt, lot No. 4, Forsyth
R. L. Honltfer, tius'ee. lot No. 20, Bar
Susan M. Houston, Mil* y Curry, trustee,
lot L. sub-dlvlsion tract 19, Law ward.
C. W. Howard, lot No. 15, Reppard
Mary A. Jackson and Anna R. Chls
h m. *at half o: lot No. 7. Frederick ty
thir.g, Derby ward.
Mary A Jackson and others, undivided
three-four'hs interests In west half of
let No. 7. Fr and rick tyrhlng Derby ward
T. F. Johnson, lot No. 36. Wesley ward.
Ist. El ;ah Jonrs, t orth hilf of lot No.
101 I rownsvfile ward.
Est. Hezekiah Jones, south half of lot
No 101. Brownsvl.le ward
E c t. Sadie Jordan, lot No. 14, Browns
Augusta D. Kaisrr, trustee, tract of
land. Falllgant ward.
Kl!< n M. Kelly, cast half of lot No. 2*5,
J. 11. Klnckle, lot No. 4, Barry ward.
Caroline Law, improvements on lot No.
2. Baft ry ward
K. Ada la id Lre, lot No 21, fttejihens
w a i d.
George B. Lewis, lot No. 24, Huywro 1
James I*. Lewis, lot No. 6, Haywood
Lizzie Lock, lo: No. 6. sub-division lots
N* >y. 26 to 20, North <glethorpe ward.
Albert 11. Lodge, lot No. 109, Telfair
Abram Logan, lot No. 34, Haywool
Gnston L. Lord, west half of lot No. 62,
Helen M Lovering west half of lot No.
6, C raw ford ward.
M,i M M. Uw, south half of lot No.
16. Gre*r.o wart’
John Lownds. improvements on lot No.
23. Battery ward.
Mrs. I>. R* Lunday, west half of lot No.
46, Lester ward.
Nan* v Martin, lot No. 7. Charlton ward
Char lei M' itzlcr, trustee, east half of lot
No. 26, Frank ill i ward.
A*lolph K. Meyer, lo No. 231. rfelly w ird.
Mhr> K Meyer, south half of lots No
1 and 2, Kstlll ward.
Jane E. Millet, lot No. 6. r , SouthvlLe
James J. Monahan, east part of east
half of lot No. 1, M igazine ward.
Mary A. Moorhead, lot No. 5, Hay wo**}
K ‘late Jackson Morrison, south half of
lot No. 2, Swoll ward.
Edward McCabe. Jr., west j>art of lot
No. ic. New Franklin ward.
>nn McCarthy, lots 1 and 2. Padel
A. 8. McFnll, north haR o# iota Nog. 07
and 39, Southvllle waul.
Mrs. V. E. Mclntyre, southwest one
quarter of lot No. 26, and northwest part
of ot No. 29. Curry town Ward.
John M I. lignin, trustee, middle part
of lot No. I,.Crawford ward, east.
E. L. Neiil.it g r, east half of lot No. 43,
Helen M. Neve, trustee, west half of
' t hull of lot No. 6, South Oglethorpe
Simon and Flora Norwood, lot No. 7.
Estate Stephen Overstreet, west half of
lot No. 8, section 7, Cuthbert ward.
\V. A. Price, west part or lot No. 6.
and east part of lot No. 5, Gaston ward.
Daniel G. Purse, lots Nos. 87 and BS,
M H. Ray, west part of lot No 18. Davis
•Mary J. Richardson. Improvements on
lot No. 34, sub-division lo< No. 20. Screven
John \Y. Roberts, south middle part of
lot No. 56. Lee ward.
Estate Anna M. Sack, 10-t No. 31, Gum
Savannah Port Society, lot No. 24, War
Savannah Street Railroad, lot No. 233,
Savannah. Thunderbolt and Tsle of
Hope Railtoad, lot A, Johnston ward.
Estate J M. Schley, Marian A. Schley,
executrix, lots Nos 11 to 27. Schley ward
Vbglnia Sheftnll. south half of lots Nos.
39 and 40. Elbert ward.
Eliza M Slevers. K>t No. 15. Berry ward.
Alice Smith, west half of lot No. 9. North
John Smith, lot No. 8. sub-diVision lots
Nos. 79. 82, 83. >5, 86. Choctaw ward.
Estate John Snider, east half of lot No.
30. Liberty ward.
Elizabeth Spann, lot No. 59. Southvllle
John A. Staley, trustee, northeast part of
lot No. 24. Elbert ward.
E-" nle Stile . ot No 106 s. 1 1 v ward
Estate I), p Sullivan, one-fifth of lot
No. 23, Jones ward.
Su-an C. Tufts and Clarlnda Rllss. ra : -t
half of 1. t No. 5. Tyrecffinel tythlng, Der
by ward. '
John W. Tynan, south half of lot
No. 17, Pulaski ward.
Catherine Waldner, lot No. 193, Telfair
Julia Walker, lot No. 2. sub-division part
of S'-ciion A, lot No, 5, Demote word.
Estate Michael Walsh, l>t No. 14, Choc
David Waters, west half of lot No. 3.
David S. Waters, lot No. 32, Southvllle
Jane Watson, lot No. 31, Haywood
Mary E. Weeks, lot No. 19, Haywood
We.-ley Monumental Church, west half
of lot No. 8, section 9. Outhbett ward.
West Broad Street First A. B. Church,
lot No. 34. Elliott word.
Estate Benjanrn White, Improvements
on lot No. 13, Battery ward.
Estate John White, lot No. 7. sub-di vis
ion lots Nos 55 to 60, Screven ward.
Solom. ns Williams, lor No. >O. sub-divis
ion lots No. 71, 74 , 75, 78. Choctaw ward.
C. Easton Yonge, trustee, lot No. 34, Ks
St. J. It. Yonge, lot No. 8. section 5,
Susan Young, lot No. 15. sub-division lots
Nos. 16. 17, 18. Screven ward.
L rrns cash, purchaser paying for title
and stamps. JOHN POWER,
CITY MARSHA I/S BA LB
City Marshal’s Office. Savannah, Ga.,
June 5, 1900.—Under and by virtue of ex
ecutions for paving, laying, repairing or
urbing sidewalks, placed in my hands by
'S Hardee, city treasurer, I will sell.
1 s required by the city ordinance, before
the Court House, in the city of Savannah,
county of Chatham, state of Georgia, be
tween the lawful hours of sale, on the
First Tuesday in July. 1900, the following
property (lot and improvements thereon),
Wit: Each piece of propeqsy (lot and
Improvements thereon) levied on as the
property of the person or persons whose
name or names Immediately precede the
I* s Vipilon; all of the said properly (lot
nnd improvements thereon) situate, lying
utui being In the city of Savannah, county
of Chatham, state of Georgia:
M iry F. Adams, lot No. 30, Reppard
Amelia T. Drayton, lot No. 18, Est 111
Isabella Fawcett, lots Nos. 18 and 19.
Mrs. Mary Feeley, lot No. 9. Liberty
Mrs. Mary Feeley, lot No. 8. Liberty
John F. Glatlgny, tract Thomas ward.
Thomas H. Harden, trustee, lo£ No. 69,
B Wallace Howard, lot No. 15, Reppard
Margaret M. Low, south half of lot No.
16, Greene wferri.
C. Madison, Improvement on southeast
part of lot No. 20, Gilmerville ward.
James McGuire, west part of north part
of lot No. 6, North Oglethorpe ward.
James McGuire, lot No. 19, North Ogle
James McGuire, west part of lot No. 19,
North Oglethorpe ward.
Annie McGuire, east part three-tenths
of lot No. 5, and west part three-tenths
of lot No. 4. North Oglethorpe ward
Annie McGuire, part of lot No. 28, North
Estate Stephen Overstreet, west half of
lot No. 8, Section 7, Cuthbert ward.
Estate J M. Schley. Marian A. Schley,
executrix, lot No. 51, Schley word.
Estate J. M. Schley, Marlon A Schley,
executrix, lots Nos. 4 to 10, Schley ward. !
Alice Smith, part of lot No. 22. North j
Alice Smith, west half of lot No. 9, North
T - i
Ellen Teynac and Barrie L. Gould, tract
In Wadley ward. .
Terms, csh; purchaser paying fdr title
sm AL tor Fti 1
Conti emen who have stout, fleshy feet we ask to
kindly call and examine our specialty for them,
Why wear a clumsu looklny shoe when we can
dress your teet in a neat, stylish and same time com
fortable shoe at as small a price as you Dau for the or
dinary kind? This Is a special last and must ba seen
to be appreciated. No one else has it. Come to-day, ,
GEIL & QUINT
PHONE 02* lOS BROUGHTON. WEST
CITY MARSHAL’S SALE.
City Marshal’s Office, Savannah, Oa. #
June 5. 1900—Under and by virtue of exe
cutions for paving SOUTH BROAD
STREET, placed in my hands by C. S.
Hardee, city treasurer, I will sell, as re
quired by city ordinance, b-fore the court
house, in the city of Savannah, county of
Chatham, state of Georgia, between il
lawful hours of sale, on the FIRST
TUESDAY in JULY, 1900. the fcj'pwlrg
to-wit: Each piece of property (lot aid
improvements thereon) levied on as iha
property of the person or persons whoso
Harm* or names immediately precede the
description: ajl of the said property (lot
and improvements thereon) situate, lying
ami bring in the city of Savannah, county
Chatham, state of Georgia:
Children of Caroline Mill, r, lot No 9,
Erlytha tythlng, Heathcote ward.
Mrs Mat v J. Raines, west half of lot
No. 7. Belytha tythlng, Hcathcote ward.
Terms cash; purchaser paying for lid#
JOHN POWER. J
City Marshal. I
CITY MARSHAL'S SALE.
Clty M i rshal’s Offlee. Savannah. Ga. 0
June 5, l!*)t). Under nnd by virtue >f exe
cution for paving WHEATON STREET
Placed in my hands by C. 8-
Hardee, city treasurer, I will sell, ns re
quire* 1 by city ordinance, before the cfourt
house, in the city of Savannah, coun
ty of Chatham, state of Georgia, between
the lawful hours of sale. <n tie FIRST
TUESDAY IN JULY. 1900. the f Rowing
property (lot and improvements thereon),
to-wit: Each piece of property (lot ard
improvements thereon) 1 viol cn as tha
property of the person or persons whoa**
name or names immediately precede the
description; all of the said prope: ty (lot
and improvements thereon) situate. King*
and being In the city of Savannah, coun
ty of Chatham, state of Georgia:
W. Brown, lot No. 24. Johnston ward.
Henry MoAlpin, lots Nos. 1,2, 3. 4. 5,6,
7. Johnston ward.
Terms cash; purchaser paying for tiflo
and stamps. - .
CITY MARSHAL'S SALE.
City Marshal's Office. Siv.innah, Ga.*
June ... 1900. Under and by virtue of
cut: i> i-• for paving LIBERTY STREET.,
placed in my hands by C. .S.
Hardee city treasurer, I will seß r
required by the city oidinar e, befoie
court house, in the city of Savannah,
county of Chatham, .‘■late of Georgia, be
tvvf*n the lawful hours of sale, on the
FIRST TUESDAY IN JULY. 1900, the
following property (lot and improvement*
thereon*, to-wit: La h piece of prope-ty
(lot and Improvements thereon), levied rn.
as tin* property of the person or person's
whose name or names immediately p o
cede the description; all of the raid p op
erty (lot ana improvements thereon) *|-
uate. lying, and being In the city of Sa
vannah, 9t- ny of Chatham, state of
Decker and Fawcett, lot No. 9, Pulaski
Terms cash; purchaser paying for title
CHATHAM SHERIFF SALE.
STATE > OF GEORGIA, CHATHAM
COUNTY.*—Under and by virtue off
11. fa. issued out of Chatham Superior
Court in favor of George W. Allen vs.
JoYin T. Rowland. I have levied upon the
following described property of the de
fendant to-wit: All that certain lot of
land situate, lying and being in the said
state and county, an*! known os Ixt Let
ter "A" in ;i map or plan of the subdivis
ion of the five (5) acre tract of land, known
ns iot numlter three (3), of the estate of
Harrington King, made •by J. Deßruyn
Ivops, Jr., on May 5, 1889; said [yot Letter
A” being bounded as follow.- North, by
Pearl street; cast, by lot number fourteen
(14); south, by l>t Letter ”B.” and west,
by lor number eleven (11), and containing
a front of fifty (50) feet on Pearl street,
and n depth of eighty-three (83) feet and
And I will offer the said above described
property of the defendant for sale, at pu?>-
11c ou-tcry, before the Court House door of
Chatham county, in the city of Savan
nah, on the first Tuesday In<July, 1900,
during the legal hours of sale, to satis
fy said li. fa. Terms, cash, purchaser*
paying for titles. T. J. SWEENY,
Sheriff C. C., Ga.
CHATHAM SHERIFF’S SALE.
STATE OF GEORGIA. CHATHAM
COUNTY—Sheriff's Office. Savannah Ga.
Un/lcr and by virtue of a fi. fa., issue!
out of the Superior Court of Chatham
county in favor of Allen D. C oder,
A H. Moore. J W. Teeple and
S. 11. Zoucks, I did on March 8, 19-X), levy,
upon the stock and fixtures of J. W. Tee
ple, consisting of furniture, carpets,
stov* and other household efTecls, and I
will offer them for sole before the court
house door of said county on the FIRST
TUESDAY IN JULY, being he third J y
ot July. 1900, between the usual houis <f
sal- . to satisfy said fl. fa. Said slock and
fixtures, const.-'ting of furniture, etc., are
now located and stored in the stores. Not.
315 ind 319 Broughton street, west, in th*
city of Savannah, Ga. Terms cash.
T. J*. SWEENY,
Sheriff Chatham Oow
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