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SAVANNAH box WORKS’ BANKRUPT
Schedule* Show Amieti of jR4,400 in
Excesa of Ltabflitlen.
William H. Bellinger, proprietor of the
Savannah Box and Basket Works, filed
his application for a discharge in bank
ruptcy In the United States District Court
on yeaterday afternoon. The interesting
and unusual feature of the bankruptcy is
that the schedules show assets of more
than $4,000 in excess of the liabilities.
The total liabilities as shown in the
schedules amount to $&\143.43, while the
assets amount to $24,565.75. Of the debts
about $7,500 represent mortgages on prop
erty in the North, not connected in any
way with the affairs of the Savannah Box
and Basket Works. A Northern corpora
tion also holds a deed to secure debt upon
the property, situated west of the city,
upon which the plant is built, amounting
to $4,500. The rest of the indebtedness
is due to various parties in Savannah, for
claims of various character, the unpaid
payroll, which is entitled to a preference
under the bankruptcy law', amounting to
about S2OO only.
The assets are scheduled at $5,000 for
the property on which the plant is sit
uated, $11,250 for the stock, fixtures and
machinery and $7,50') for the property in
New York state, upon which there are
mortgages. Various other minor assets
brirg the total up to the figure first given.
The business was originally start* and by
the present proprietor and John G. Rum
bold. the latter selling out his half inter
est to the former some months ago.
About $15,000 has been sunk in the busi
ness since it was begun, not because it
should have been unprofitable or because
it was badly managed, but, as appears
from the statement of those interested,
from the lack of working capital to carry
it on properly and with a due regard for
economy. The lack of this capital was
It is the practice of the truck and fruit
growers of the state to delay their orders
for crates and carriers until late in the
season, so that they may estimate with
correctness the number of these articles
they will need. The fruit and vegetable
business are uncertain in themselves and
the growers never know until they are
almost ready to begin marketing their
crops just how large they will be, and In
consequence just how many packages they
will need. They are accustomed, there
fore, to delay their orders until the last
moment, so that they will not, through
an over-estimate invest capital in an arti
cle that is totally unproductive, and w’hich
is kept during the winter at the cost of
considerable space, trouble and expense.
This practice of the growers, owing to
the small amount of working <‘apital at
the disposal of the owner of the Savan
nah Box and Basket Works, compelled
him to make most of his products during
a comparatively limited season of the year
and to sell them at once. He could not
manufacture largely during the dull
months and then wait for orders, and his
inability to do 60 has resulted in the lose
of the capital invested.
It is believed that all the claims will
bfc paid in full and this will be certain if
someone with sufficient capital can be
induced to purchase the property and
continue U in operation. The constant
growth of the fruit and vegetable indus
tries in this state ought to render the
manufacture of boxes and other packages
for these products profitable.
Mr. Bellinger was Induced to file his
application for a discharge in bankruptcy
by reason of his present inability to turn
his assets into cash and to pay his credit
ors in full. The petition will be referred
this morning to Referee A. H. MacDon
ell, before whom the first meeting of the
creditors will be called. The bankrupt
is represented by Mr. Emile Newman.
SHOULD REQUIRE LICENSE.
Correspondent Advocates England's
Lmv for Pistol Toters.
Editor Morning News: Having for
many years been astonished at the fre
quent and reckless manner in which
murders are committed. I wish to put
before some of >our abler readers in this
and other sta tea an idea, w'hich by the
way did not originate with me, hut is one
of the many famous criminal law-s cf
Great Britain—and no one denies that the
criminal laws of England are among the
best in the world.
The object in view is to make it almo-t
impossible for men of bad reputation to
obtain ammunition. The party desring
ammunition must go before a magistrate
or court of orlinary and state under oath
that he wants a license to purchase am
munition for legitimate purposes, for
which he pays, say, one dollar p;=r year,
and, after giving name and address has
no trouble in getting it. He then go°s
to ihe dealer and buys the ammunition
ho wants The dealer is also licensed and
under bond to sell no ammunition at any
time to any person without reading the
applicant’s license and making an en
try of name and address in book kept for
the purpose. This law throws obstacles
in the way of having the fver ready pis
tol In working order and everybody
knows that an empty pdstol is compara
If one of our representatives would
draft and have passed a bill in this state
embodying and improving on above sug
gestions it would I’ve no doubt be the
means of preventing many a soul's un
prepared departure out of this world.
I earnestly hope some abler pen than
mine will take up and agitate this sub
ject until it becomes not only a state law
but a law in all this glorious country.
SOLDIERS FROM WAYNBSBORO.
Burke Light Infantry Will Be In Sa
The Burke Light Infantry will reach Sa
vannah this morning over the Central
Railroad from Waynesboro. The company
will travel by special train. First Lieu
tenant Floyd L. Scales will be in com
mand. and it is understood that he will
bring about 35 men.
The company will take the street cars
for the rifle range, where all the members
will have a try at the targets. The trip
is made for this especial purpose, as no
adequate facilities for practice are afford
ed at Waynesboro. Lieut. Scales
ious to have the company’s figure of merit
in rifle shooting as high as possible, and
for this reason the trip was determined
Capt. W. E. Coney, adjutant of the First
Regiment, of which the Burke Light In
fantry is a company, will meet the com
mand and spend the morning at the range
to aid Lieut. Scales In every way possi
ble. Commissary Sergeant A. C. Common
of the First Regiment and Sergt. Guille
Bourqin of the Oglethorpe Light Infantry
will also be, at the range to aid the vis
The Waynesboro troops will go to Tybee
in the afternoon, where a surf bath will
he enjoyed. This feature of their trip
will be very pleasant.
Ml BRAY MISSED HIS BIRD.
Bat In C liurged With Attempt to Mur
der Just the Sume.
Bureaugard Murray, colored, was ar
f sted last night by Constable Jim Moore
°f Magistrate Naughtin’s Court on a
charge of as.-oult with intent to murder.
Murray and another colored man
i amed Joe Bird lived, up to the time of
the ass:nle, on ihe Ogeecheo roid. Sun
day thi y quarrelled and Murray, it is
charged, unmindful of the game laws and
conaiderirg all bird* legitimate marks for
hla gun. t ok a p >4 shot at Joe, hut m ss
•i him He will be given a hearing l*
fora Magistrate Naughtin this morning.
|f Favorite %
g, It makes
aware? Dressmakers, tailors, barbers,
bankers, editors or any persons using
scissors, either for lace w r ork, cutting
bonds or Chinese clippings, that ail scis
sors stamped with the name Fegeas are
sharpened free of charge by the old ex
perienced barber, 28 East Broughton, hair,
jewelry and shaving supply house; the
place for fine razors, scissors, shears; bar
ber chairs for sale or ren; barber shops
bought and sold.
fS*YOUR~IRON SAFE FIRE PROOF?
We are selling the celebrated Stiff el &
Freeman’s fire proof safes. The makers
have a standing offer of SI,OOO for every
safe that does not preserve its contents.
Drop us a postal and our safe man will
call on you. C. P. Miller, Agt.
FINE R ICEFIELD I.AMBAT''BA
ker’s,” every day; best of all other meats
"gardnersTbazaar, AGENT FOR
Kimball’s anti-rheum tic rii.g. They have
given relief to tho.-e w’ho have worn them.
You sufferers try them. ,
ONE PARLOR “ORGAN ~ AND ONE
Chapel organ, both in good condition; will
be sold cheap. C. P. Miller, Agt.
IF ITS RUGS YOU WANT, YOU CAN
get them Reaper from McGillls.
RING UP 2464 IF YOTJ WANT TO
have your furniture moved or packed for
ehipment 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.
" WATER COOLERS,~ BALDWIN RE
frigerators. hammocks, lawn chairs and
oil summer goods closing out at lowest
prices. C. P. Miller, Agent.
GARDNER’S BAZAAR, AGENT FOR
Oelschlg's nursery, headquarters for floral
dccorations; designs, plants and cut flow
' MILLER’S AWNINGS INCREASE
circulation of air and keep out the heat.
You need one. Let us put it up at once.
C. P. Miller. Agent.
“M’GILLIS SELLS SIXTY-INCH RUGS
—Smyrna patterns—for 99 cents.
""MOSQUITO NETS. ALL GRADES OF
American and imported lace nets, with
best fixtures; prices low. C. P. Miller,
M GILLIS IS CHEAP ON RUGS, NETS,
lace curtains, hammocks, water coolers,
pillows, pictures, stoves, bedroom suites,
and furniture of every description.
'WISE BUYERS ARE PLACING
their orders for furniture and carpets to
be delivered any time this fall. W T e have
plenty of bargains for early buyers. See
us to-day. C. P. Miller, Agt.
GUARANTEED FOUNTAIN PEN~SI
At Gardner’s Bazaar.
M’GILLIS' LACE CURTAINS - WILL
beautify your parlor.
A CASH INVESTMENT”IN~FURNI
ture and carpets with me to-day will prove
immensely profitable to you. Verbum sap.
C. T. Miller, Agt.
fAM PREPARED TO "UPHOLSTER
parlor and dining room furniture, in leath
er, eilk, damask, and other fabrics, in the
best manner. Special facilities for reno
vating curled hair," moss, and cotton mat
tresses. All classes of work skilUhilly
done. I have none but experienced me
chanics and will guarantee satisfaction.
C. P. Miller, Agt.
M' G ILL IS MOVES, PACKS] SHIPS
and stores pianos and furniture; beat work
only; no "Cheap-John” prices—no “Cheap-
WHEN YOU SEE M’GILLIS’ SIXTY' \
inch 99 cents rugs, you will buy them.
Just can’t help it; will sell in any quan
'WE'ARE READY TO SHOW LARGE
lines of furniture for bedroom, dining
room, parlor and office. Also choice line
of carpets, mattings, window shades, art
squares, rugs, lace curtains, etc. It will
pay you to see us to-day and make your
selections. C. P. Miller, Agent.
•’FURNITURE MOVED WITH~CARB7’
1b a specialty with McGllTta.
Pennyroyal Pills are the best. Safe, re
liable. Take no other. Send 4c stamps
for j>artlcularß. “Relief for Ladies," In
! letter by return mall. Ask your druggist.
Chichester Chemical Cos., Philada., Pa.
HOW ARE YOUR FEET? IF YOUR
feet are troubling you, call on me and I
will give you relief; I euro ingrowing
nails, corns and all diseases of the feet
without pain; charges reasonable; can
give the best references in the city; pa
tients treated at residences; orders can
be left at Livingston’s drug store. Bull
and Congress streets; telephone 293. Lem
Davis, surgeon chiropodist.
wants a bright young man as clerk; one
who writes a good hand, is quick <it fig
tires and fast stenographer. Address M.,
Box 447, Savannah, Ga.
"'\VAN T E dT”A GOOD ORDER COOK,
at Levan’s Cafe. 11l Congress street, west.
WANTED, GOOD FARM HAND. WHO
understands trucking and is willing to
work. D. B. Lester.
CARPENTERS WANTED - FTRST
c'.ass carpenters wanted at Albion Hotel,
Augusta. J. H. McKenzie A Son.
SIB.OO PER WEEK AND EXPENSES
o tin up-to-date man or woman, to repre
sent us in surrounding towns; no can
vassing; permanent position. Address,
with references, R. H. Woodward, Balti
THE MOKNJNG NEWS: TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1900.
HELP W ANTED—MALE.
years of age, with good reference*, to do
collecting, ais© to make himself generally
useful. Bicycle, care News.
DRUG SALESMAN WANTED] PARTY
wishing to go in the country can get $25
per month with board and lodging, pro
viding he is a licensed druggist. Address
Lippman Bros., Savannah. Ga.
MANAGER 'FOR BRANCH OFFICE
at Savannah by old established house;
salary SIOO month; also liberal commis
sions on sales; S6OO cash and references
required. Address Box 581, Philadelphia,
AG E NTS WA NT El*.
National Life Insurance Company, U. S.
A., on renewal contract; company char
tered by special act of Congress; full paid
capital. $1,000,000; a Mason preferred. Ad
dress, seating experience, E. A. Fox,
agency director, Atlanta.
*"51,500 CAN BE MADE DUB INC, CAM
paign season selling our campaign ties;
greatest sellers ever introduced; territory
going; writer immediately; full line white
and fancy rubber collars; enclose stamp
Dept. C., M. A M. Mfg. Cos., Springfield,
ored man; tool dresser for stone cutters.
109 ChatUon street.
" WANTED 7 POSITION AS BOOK
keeper by young man of 21. strictly sober,
steady, reliable, and highly recommended
as to his competency. Address Park, care
WANTED, AT ONCE, POSITION AS
bookkeeper or salesman, or both, in gen
eral merchandise store, hardware, furni
ture. grocery or other business; good ref
erence. Address Lee, care Morning
News, Savannah, Ga.
WANTED. TO RENT. FROM SEPT. 1.
fiat of three or four unfurnished rooms,
suitable for housekeeping and convenient
to business center. Address Thompson,
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS IN
modern home; every convenience. 16
FOR RENT, NICELY FURNISHED
front southern rooms; all conveniences;
use of telephone. At 30i Oglethorpe ave
WANTED, TO RENT," FROM" SEPT
1, flat of 3 or 4 furnished rooms, suitable
for housekeeping and convenient to busi
ness center. Address Holbrook, this office.
"7f - ToiT’\van7''a”~plac
earth, dirt, sand, manure, etc., free of
charge, just at city limits, hauling over
hard road, write or telephone Brown
Bros., corner Anderson and East Broad
OLD NEWS PA P E Ra. 200 for 2ft cant* At
Ru*ines Office Morn km New*.
.'1 -L - - ... I MW
east; 4 rooms with use of bath; perfect
condition; right rent right tenant. $20.00
Est. Salomon Cohen, West Broad and
~FURNIBHED~ROOMS, MODERN IM- '
provements, south front. 126 West Tay
"FLAT, SIX CONNECTING ROOMS',
with bath, first floor; Lyons block; suita
ble for any purpose. John Lyons.
"Residence on the corner
Jones and Lincoln, In first-class order and
condition; will rent In flats to congenial
tenants or the house entire. Estate Salo
mon Cohen, West Broad and Broughton
HOUSE NO. 214 AND NO. 216 WALD
burg street, west, between Barnard and
Jefferson streets; every convenience; first
class order and condition; right rent to
right tenants. Estate Salomon Cohen,
West Broad and Broughton streets.
"BRICK RESIDENCE NO. 120 HALL
street, east; finest locality in the city; per
fect order and condition; magnificent
home; right rent to right tenant. Estate
Salomon Cohen, West Broad and Brough
NO. 221 PERRY STREET, WEST; CON
veniont for business; first-class order and
condition; every convenience. Estate Sal
omon Cohen, West Broad and Brough
RESIDENCE NO] 415 GASTON
street, east, between Habersham and
Price; will rent as flats to congenial fam
ilies, or entire house; every convenience;
house in perfect order and condition. Es
tate Salomon Cohen, corner West Broad
and Broughton streets.
House 4h gaston street! east,
first-class order and condition; every con
venience; right rent right tenant. Est. Sa
RESIDENCE OVER DRUG STORE
for rent from Oct. 1. Apply to Roed &
Cos., Jont/g and Abercorn.
"HOUSES * 223. ALSO, 217" WALDBURG
street, west; perfect condition; every con
venience; right rent right tenant. 226.00
the month. Est. Salomon Cohen, West
Broad and Broughton streets.
‘ FOR rent! LARGE 12-ROOM HOUSE,
453 Broughton street, east, as a whole or
in flats. A. K. Wilson, 223 Congress street,
“for rent! THAT DESIRABLE
dwelling No. 13 Gordon street, west; imme
diate possession. I. D. Laßoche, Agent.
' for' RENT, OCT. 1, RESIDENCE 211
Waldburg street, west. M. S. Baker.
FOR RENT, STORE AND BASEMENT
under Odd Fellows’ Hall, corner State and
Barnard streets. Inquire Room 7, upstairs.
FOR RENT! IHAI DESIRABLE
store and warehouse formerly occupied
hy George W. Tiedeman & Bro., corner
Bay and Montgomery street; in perfect
order and condition; right rent to right
tenant; possession can be given immedi
ately. Est. Salomon Cohen, corner West
Broad and Broughton street*.
Is for rent. No use to write, but If In
terested meet me at said hotel Aug. 8 to
10. Frank C. Owens.
FOR SALE—HEAL ESTATE.
SAW’ MILL LOCATION FOR SALE,
with about ten thousand acres and plenty
more adjoining of very fine timber, close
to railroad; oil cash; cheap. Write J. C.
Ausley, Iron City, Ga.
FOR SALE, LOTS ON~NINTH STREET
near East Broad; no city taxes, at 1200
each; twenty-five dollars cash, and ea*y
monthly payment*. C. H. Dorsett.
“fors'ale! a lot FOR TWO HUN
dred dollars; easy terms, on Ninth street,
near East Broad; no city taxation. C. H.
for' saIe!"THOSE LOTS ON NINTH
street, near East Broad, have only been
sold to flrst-clasa parties, who will make
good neighbors; and none other can buy.
The terms are very easy, and they are
cheaper than any other in the vicinity.
C. H. Dorsett.
nm sale, LOTS ON ninth, near
East Broad, at 8200 eagh; will soon be
advanced to 8226; when a lot has been
paid for I can arrange to get a home
built. C. H. Dorsett. .
*>OR SALE. LOVELY SUMMER
home, ten rooms, modern conveniences, in
mountains of North Georgia; climate de
lightful; pure freestone water; also min
eral water in vicinity. It Interested, ad
aress • TANARUS„” thl* paper.
FDR BALB-HI&AL KVTATIfc.
for sale all over the city. Robert H.
Talem. real estate dealer. No. 7 York
*Ol4 JLLL— HAfelttLLt.MtOUS.
BALM MAKES THE SreiN
as soft and smooth as velvet; one appli
cation relieves the pain and destroys the
redneaa from sunburn, 25c. At Persse’a
Drug Stores, Henry and Abercorn and
Whitaker and Taylor.
LADY’S WHEEL. COM FA RATTv ELY
new. for sale, for cash. Call at
two-twelve Waldburg, west.
FOR SALES* BLACK SMITH AND
horseshoeing shop; beet local ion in city;
good reason for selling; good trade estab
lished. Address H. 8., this office.
WILL BE SOLD AT _ YOljN <l TX)VE _ &
Sipple auction Tuesday, a fine milk cow.
with young calf three week* old.
ASH ANI> CYPRESS LUMBER FOR
*ale—l6o.ooo f6ei of ash suitable for wheel
wrights, carriage niakets. car works and
interior house finish. Also cypress lumber
of all sizes. We have resumed cutting our
famous brands of cyprea* shingles and will
soon have a full line of them ror sale. Vale
Royal Manufacturing Company.
LOST JlllO FOUND.
LOST. LADY’S GOLD WATCH. Dou
ble caee; B. C. engraved on top; lost be
tween Georgia telephone office, Charles
Marks’ and Broughton and Lincoln
streets. Reward if left at 227 President
TOST? WHILE COMING FROM LAU
rel Grov© Cemetery, or in getting on Bat
tery Park and Collinsville car; diamond
earring, black setting. Reward if return
ed to Woif’s Nursery.
PLEASANT SOUTH ROOMS. WITH
or without board. 212 West Jones street.
" FCRNiSHErTROOMS. WITH BOARD;
also table boarders. 119 East Liberty
A FEW GENTLEMEN ~C AN ~BE AC
commodaicd with rooms having southern
exposure and board by applying at N. N.,
care Anderson and Whitaker streets.
THB MITE INN. MILL SPRINGS.
Polk county. North Carolina; healthful,
restful; comfortable rooms and good
country fare, at. $4 a wee*c; sls a month;
hidden among the mountains, ten miles’
drive from Tryon, N. C., the nearest rail
road point. Address A. M. Boone.
THE MOST SATISFACTORY PAINT
to use is the Gorman ready-mixed; $1.25
gallon. .Adams Paint Company.
OUR PACKAGE 3 B WALLPAPER
cleaner will clean one room. Adams
Paint, 104 Congress, west.
'GO TO""THE* ADAMS' PAINT~"COM
pany to buy paint* and oils, sash, doors
i | B/ actiVe Vide
Send for faialcyue
IT appearing to the court by the peti
tion of C. B. Younglove and J. D. Good
man. copartners under the firm name of
Younglove and Goodman, that A, P.
Greene, on the fifth day of November,
1894, executed and delivered to the said
Young'love and Goodman, a mortgage upon
the following lots of land lying in said
county, to*wit: All those qertain two (2)
lots of land situate, lying and being In
the county of Chatham and state of Geor
gia, and known on a map or plan of sub
divisions "A’’ and "B" of the McNish
tract, made by E. J. Thomaa, C. B ,
May 23. 1889. as lots numbers seventy
eight (78), and eighty-seven (87). in blocks
"H” and ’T" of said sub-divieion, each
having a frontage of thirty (89) feeet on
Fifth street, and a rectangular dapth
along Washington street of one hundred
OOO) feet, said McNish tract being located
near the intersection of Montgomery
street, extended with the Savannah, Flor
ida and Western Railway, all of which
will fujly appear, reference being had to a
map of said sub-division recorded in the
office of the clerk 6t the Superior Court
of Chatham county, Georgia, book of
deeds, 7 E’s, 466; for the purpose of
securing the payment of a certain promis
sory note for the sum of Two hundred
end sixty dollars ($260). made by the said
A. P. Greene on the fifth day of Novem
ber. 1894, and payable to the said Young
love and Goodman, due thirty (30) days
after date, with interest from the first
day of August, 1894, at the rate of eight
(8) per cent, per annum, which said note
aald A. P. Greene refuses to pay: It is
therefore ordered that the said A. P.
Greene pay into this court, on or before
the first day of the next term thereof,
the principal and interest due on said
note, and the cost of this proceeding, or
in default thereof the courr will proceed
as to justice shall appertain. And it is
further ordered tnet this rule be pub
lished in the “Savannah Morning News.”
a newspaper published in said couiyy of
Chatham, once a month for four months,
or be served upon the said A. P. Greene,
or hi* special agent or attorney, three
montha previous to the next term of this
In open court, thin July 24. 1900.
Judge E. J. C. of Ga.
A true extract from the minutes.
JAMEH K P. CARR.
Clerk S. C., C. C., Ga.
IN th* United State* Dikfict Court
Enstern Division of <he Routhein DtMrlct
of Georgia. In the matter of W. P.
Golden, a bankrupt. Jn bankruptcy. To
•hr creditors of W. P. Golden o* Bruns
wick In the county of Glynn and ds
trict aforesaid, a bankrupt: Notice Is
hereby given that on the first day of Au
gust, 1900. the said W. P. Golden w r as duly
adjudicated a bankrupt; and tha the first
meeting of his creditors will b* held at
my office, in the city of Brunswick, on
the 22nd day of Auguat, 1&00, at lo o’clock
in the forenoon, at which time the said
creditors may atr*n l, t re>ve their cl '*ns.
(.pikdnt t, trustee, examine the bank.upt
an.l transact such other business ut i.u y
properly come before said meeting.
Dated at Brunswick, Ga., this Aug. 4,
199) A J. CKO V ATT
Referee in Bankruptcy.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY —No
tice l* hereby given to all persons having
demands against Mary Ann Theus, late of
said county, deceased, to present them to
me, properly made out, within the time
prescribed by law, so as to show' their
character and amount; and all person* in
debted to said deceased are required to
make immediate payment to me.
Savannah, Ga.. July 5, 1909.
JOHN J. BURNS, Executor.
CHATHAM’S SHERIFFS SALE FOR
STATE AND COUNTY TAXES.
Under and by virtue of certain tax ft.
fas for various years, issued by James
J. McGowan, tax collector of Chatham
county, in favor of the state of Georgia
and county of Chatham against the fol
lowing named persons and the below de
scribed property for the various years. I
nnve levied upon the said property of the
persons hereinafter mentioned, and will
offer the property for sale at public out
cry before the Court Houte door of Chat
ham county, in the city of Savannah. Ga..
on the FIRST TUESDAY IN AUGUST.
1900 (said Tuesday being the 7th day of
said month), during the legal hours of
sale, to satisfy said fl. fas. Defendants
notified of levy, time and place. Terms
cash. Purchaser* paying for titles
THOMAS J BWEENY.
Sheriff C. C., Ga.
Behnken. Wm. E.-Three lots Rowland
Bethesda Tract—Eighty-three acres cf
land in White Bluff district, |vart of the
original Bethesda grant, boumied as fol
low's: On the north, south and east by the
lands of the Union Society, and on the
weet by the Montgomery road and the
lands of Union Society, formerly Apple
Bing. Ellen and Isaac—Lot No. 5 of sub
division of five lots, Law ward.
Ifizzard, Caesar—Eight acres. White
Bradwell, Anne—Ten acres Hugenln
Brown. Eleanor—Lot No. 29, Haywood
Brown, John H.—Lots No. 16. 17, McNish
Brown. Est. Marion J.—Lot No. 55, Ditt
Brown. Rebecca and Children —Lot*
No. 150, 151, MeJen No. 10 ward.
Cumirdng, E*t. Emma —Part of lot No.
30, Bartow ward, and improvements.
Dasher. Homer R.—Eleven acres land,
five miles White Bluff road.
Davis. Abbie and Children—Lot No. 24,
Garden lots, west.
Davis. Ann R.—West half of lot H, Mid
dle Oglethorpe ward.
Dickerson. Benjamin F.—Thirty acres of
Dillon. Sarah—Lots No. 8, 9. 10, Block 1.
Evans, Alfred—Port of lot A, Magazine
Givens. Alice—Ten acres land, five miles
Gibbons, Jeff—Twenty acres land, Mon
Glatigny, E. E., Trustee—Five and two
ihirds acres land. Thomas ward.
Golden, H . et al—Ten acrea land, Buek
Gould. Robert H.— One hundred and fif
ty acres, twelve miles Ogeechee road.
Grant. James L.—Ten acres land, four
miles Ogeechee road.
Gray. Sarah M.— One lot Thunderbolt
Green, Est. Charles—Lot No. 8, Ditt
mersville, and Improvements.
Green, Marla—Lot No. 32. Southville
Green. Est. Ned—Lot No. 2, Woodvllle,
Green. Zeltna—Lot No. 81, Dittmersville,
Hall, Jane M.-Two hundred and fifty
one acres land, Whitmarsh Island.
Harley, llattle A.—Part of lot No. 29,
GlUmersville ward, and improvements.
Heldt, Madge O.—Lots Nos. 6-1, 65, Dltts
marvtlle. and improvements.
Heyward. Est. Joseph—Lots Nos. 62, 63.
Hamilton tract and improvements.
Houston. Et. Wm. F.—Lot No. 91,
Owens ward, and improvements.
Houston. Wm. L—Lot No. 41, Atlantic
ward, and improvements.
Howard. Lydia—Lot No. 2 Heyword
ward, and improvements.
Jackson, Charles—Five acre* land, five
miles Augusta r ad
Jackson. Simon—Lot No. 78, Dittmers
ville. and improvements.
Johnson. Louis W.—One-fourth lot No.
43, Marshall ward, and improvements.
Jones, Jrririiah—Eight acres land, Mil
Joyce, Ellzabetb-North half of lot,
Screven ward, and improvements
Kennedy, Edw. J.—Five lots Tybee.
Larkin. Aspasia. w*-st part of north half
of lot No. 11, Middle Oglethorpe ward.
Law Lucy—Lots Nos. 40, 41, East Sa
vannah, and improvements.
Lloyd, Ann—Lot No. 8, Johnson ward.
Lucas, Jonathan—Twenty lots, Lamar
Madden, BrMget—Lot No. 58, Screven
Magill. Eliza H.—150 acres land, Hugue
Mongin. Henry—On© acre land, Bona
Morel, John R.-rart of lot No. 32, El
Murray, William—Lot No. 67, Hender
son tract. Isie of Hop^.
McKeever, Diana—Five acres of land, 5
miles S., F. & W. Railway.
McKenny. Est. Mlnda—Twelve and one
half acres land, White BlufT.
Noble. Richard—Lot No. 72, Brownsville,
Duttersldfs, Andrew J.—Lots Nos. 24. •',
Screven. Est. Sylvia A—East one-half
of lot No. 19, North Oglethorpe ward, and
Heabrook. Alfred—Seventeen acres land,
12 miles Augusta road.
Simmons. E*L Phillis—Lot No. 107,
Hamilton tract, and improvements.
Sims, James M —One-half of lot No.
34. North Oglethorpe ward, and Improve
Smith, John H.—Lot No. 7, of Garden
lot. west. No. 24, Choctaw ward, and im
Sons and Daughters, Louisville—Lot
and improvements In Louisville, C. C.
Speed, et al, Mollle—’Two and one-half
acres of land, Tatemsville, and Improve
Spring, Henry ll.—Lot No. 13, Spring
Stafford, Stephen A.—Lot No. 11, Miller
sub-division. Lover’s Lane, and improve
Thomas. Est. Houston H.—160 acres
land. Sandfly Station
Thompson. Hairlet—West one-half lot
No. 33. Lee ward, and Improvements
Thompson, Thoma*— Five acres land, 5
miles Augusta road, and improverm nts.
Tufts, S. & Bliss. C.—East one-half of
lot No. 5. Derby ward, and improvements.
Veates, Christian B —Two lots. Pooler.
Washington, Esther—Part of lot No. 1),
Middle Ogle thorp* ward, arid improve
Waters, David, lots No. 4,6, 7, Law
ward, and improvements.
Watts, estate Robert, lot No. 14, Ditt
mersville, and improvements.
Whltly, Frank, part of lot No. 31,
Screven ward, and improvements.
Williams. Sol, Jr., tate, lot No. 80.
Hull’s subdivision, Kingsland, and im
Wlilloms, Sfepheny, lot ”D,’' Atlantic
! ward, and Improvements.
Wilson, Birenfi. lot “D,” Thunderbolt,
CHATHAM SHERIFFS SALE FOR
STATE! AND COUNTY TAXES.
UNDER and by virtue of certain tax fl.
fas. for the year 1899. Issued by Jamel J.
! McGowan, tax collector of Chatham coun
ty, in favor of the state of Georgia and
county of Chatham against the following
named persons and the below' described
property, I havo levied upon the said
property of the persons hereinafter men
tioned and will offer the property for sale
at public outcry before the Court Hous*
door of Uhatham county, In the city of
Savannah, Ga.. on the FIRST TUES
DAY IN AUGUST, 1900 (said day being
the 7th of said month), during the legal
hours of sale, to satisfy said fl. fas. De
' fendants notified of levy, time and place.
! Terms cash. Purehasers paying for
Cities. THOMAS J. SWEENY.
Sheriff C. C., Ga.
Anderson. John D.. lot No. 30 of sub
division, Meldrlm, No. 14, and improve
Archer. Jennie P.. iot No. 40, Padelford
ward, and improvements
Burroughs-. Renty. iot No. 21. Smithvllle.
Cole, Charles, lot No. 19, Law ward, and
Cockshurt. Louisa A., western one-half
of lot No. 14. Troup ward, and Improve
Crohan, Sarah, eastern one-half of lot
No. 4. Greene ward, and improvements.
Cumndng. J. H.. lot No. 23. Gragg's sub
Franklin. S. and S. C.—Lots 10. U, In
block one. Bloomingdele.
Faries, Est. A F.—Western one.half 0 f
lot No. 2 Laßoche, tythlng. Heath cote
Godfrey, Ewt. W. O.—Thirty acres land.
Hahn. Prank—la>l No. 6. Kingsville and
Handy, Est. Cyrus—Thirty-six acres
land. Buck halter.
Howard. Wallace C\— I.*ot No. 15, Rep
pard ward, and improvements.
Kelly. Mrs. M. E. S.—Lot No. 17. Pitt
Lovering. Helen M.—Part of lot No. 6.
Crawford word, and improvements.
Mell, Mrs J. V —Twenty acres land.
Owens, George W . trustee Ijot No. 18.
Crawford ward, and Improvements.
Posey, et. al., Jane—Lot No. 21, Garden
Purse, Daniel O —One lot No. 196. John
Rumbold, P. E.—Machinery, etc., facto
ry on Louisville read.
Robertson. Mary E.-Twenty-four acres
land. Isle of Hope, and improvements.
Stone et al.. George H—Eight lots Dale
Segie, Isaiah D.—Part of lot No. 20,
Screven wool, and Improvement*
Spalding. James—Part of lot No. 39,
Elliott ward, and Improvements.
Tynan, Est. J. W —Southern one-half of
lot No. 17, Pulaski ward, and Improve
Taylor. Janie F. G.—One-half of lots 2
and 3. Wadley Owens ward, and Improve,
Waldhauer, Jane P.— Eastern one-half
of lot No. 7, Jackson ward, and Improve
Walsh. Estate Michael—lx>ts 14 and 16.
Choctaw ward, and improvements.
Weeks. Mary E.—Lot No. 19. Haywood
Wellman. Olive E.—lx>t nt Pooler, and
Wilmington L Sr Imp Co.—Eleven hun
dred and sixty-flvo acres land. Wilming
CHATHAM SHERIFF'S SALE.
STATE OF GEORGIA. CHATHAM
COUNTY.—Under and by virtue of a fl.
fa. issued out of Chatham Superior Court
in favor of Burras & Klopfer vh Lou a
Collat, 1 have levied upon the following
described property of the defendant, to
Seven (7) lots of land known In plan of
subdivision of Farm lots eight (8) and nine
(9) Morris tythlng,. Percival ward, south
west of the city of Savannah, drawn by
E. J. Thomas, civil engineer, on July 16,
1899. known ns lots two (2) and four (4)
Block C; lots six (6). eight (8) and ten
(10) Block 8; lots twelve and fourteen
(12 and 14) Block Q; also lots eleven and
thirteen (11 and 13) Block D. lielng parts
of lots six (6) and ten (10) Third tythlng,
Anson ward. Said above described prop
erty being situate, lying and being in ihe
county of Chatham and state of Georgia.
And I will offer for sale at public outcry
before the Court House door of Chatham
county. In the city of Ravannah, Ga.. on
the first Tuesday in August, 1990. the said
above described property of the *ald de
fendant during the legal hours of sale,
to satisfy wild fl. fa.
Terms cash, purchasers paying for
titles. T. J. SWEENY.
Sheriff C. C.. Oa.
CHATHAM SHERIFF’S SALE.
GEORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY.—
Under and by virtue of a fl. fa. issued
out of the Superior Court of said county,
In favor of Carrie A. Van Gelsen vs. Mar
tha Colston. I have levied on the following
described property of the defendant, to
wit: All that ten (10) acre tract of land
situate at White Bluff, in Chatham coun
ty. Georgia, with the Improvements there
on. said tract being formerly the property
of Emma Grayson, and conveyed to said
Martha Colston by Sheriff deed June 13.
1898, and I will offer the said above de
scribed property of the defendant for sale
at public outcry before the Court House
door of Chatham county* in the city of
Savannah, Ga.. on the first Tuesday in
August, 1900, during the legal hour* of
sale to satisfy said fl. fl.
Terms caeh, purchaser paying for title*.
THOS. J SWEENEY,
Sheriff C. C., Ga.
CITY SHERIFF’S SALE.
Sheriff’s Office, CUy Court of Savannah.
Savannah. Ga., July 10, 1900.
UNDER and by virtue of an execution
and amended execution Issuing out of the
Court of Savannah in favor of Nich
olas Lang against Anna Reden, I have
this day levied upon the following describ
ed property as the prpperty of defendant,
All of that lot, tract or porcel of land
situate, lying and being in said county
and state, about four (4) miles from
the city of Savannah, on the Skidaway
Shell Road, containing thirty-three (33)
acres, more or less, and being the south
ern one-half (%) of lot number nine (9), in
the plan of the sub-division of that part
of the Placentia plantation, lying east of
the Skidaway shell road, made by Wil
liam Hughes, county surveyor of Liberty
county, January Ist, 1863, said tract of
land being described in a deed from
Susannah H. Howe et al., to John Asen
dorf, dated August sth, 1884, and recorded
in Book 5 L, folio 219 et seg.. of the record
of Chatham county, an follows, to-wit:
All of the southern one-half (*£) of that
lot of land In the county of Chatham,
known a* lot rumber nine (9) of the
Plnncentta tract; said lot number nine (9)
being one of the sub-division of the tract
of land formerly the property of John P.
Williamson, deceased, and sub-divided by
William Hughes, surveyor of Liberty
county. In January, 1853; said one-hnlf
(Va) part of said lot being bounded on the
north by lands belonging to the eatate of
Dr. Royal, on the east by a salt marsh,
on the south by lot number ten (10), and
on the west by the Skidaway shell road,
the southern boundary line of said lot
magnetically being 8. 71, E. 64 20. And I
will proceed to offer same for sale at pub
lic outcry, on the first Tuesday In August,
1900 (same being the 7th day ofthe month)
during the legal and usual hours of sale,
in front of the Court House door in Chat
ham county, to oatlsfy said execution and
amended execution. Defendant notified
of levy. Property dtacribed In execution.
Terms cash, purchaser paying for titles.
E. J. WHELAN. Sheriff C. C. 8
OLt> NEWSPAPERS. 200 for 25 cent*, at
Business Office Morning New*.
sm kl * F m
Gentlemen who have stout, fleshu feet we ask to
kindlu call and examine our SDecialtu for them,
Whu wear a clumsu, lookinu shoe when we can
dress uour feet in a neat, stulish and same time com
fortable shoe at as small a price as uou pau for the or
dlnaru kind? This Is a special last and must be seen
to be appreciated. No one else has it. Come to-dau.
GEIL 8t QUINT
PHONE m. *O6 BROUGHTON, WEST.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
I. D. LA ROCHE, Auctioneer.
On TUESDAY, the 7th day of August,
1900. before the Court House door, during
the legal hours of sale, I will sell for caah
to the highest and best bidder,
The celebrated yacht Dragoon, with two
full suit? of sails, several extra .“ails, be
sides spinnaker and balloon jib. Fine awn
ing. She 1* fully equipped with every
thing necessary for such a yacht. Sha
can be made one of the finest cruising
yacht? ever built in this country.
I. D. LA ItOCHE, Auctioneer.
On TUESDAY, the 7th day of August,
1900. before the Court House, during the
usual hours of tale. I wlli sell that ele
gant lot No. 32 Berrien ward and improve
ments. bounded north by Taylor, earn by
Tattnall, south by Wayne, and west by
Jefferson streets. This is one of the finest
properties on the market, not fur from
where the Union Depot will be.
AT A f'TION.
I. n. LA HOCHK Auctioneer.
On TVKSDAY, the 7th Oay of August,
lflito, 1 will sell before the Court House,
Dwelling No. 743 Gwinnett street, east,
including lot 30 feet by 100. Thl* la a nice
piece of property.
LEG AI S ALES.
y hTikh'i ff's X\T.eT "
Sheriff’s Office. City Court of Savannah.
Savannah, Ga . July 10, lots).
T'NDER nml hy virtue of an execution
UaulnK out of the City Court of Savan
nah In favor of Mary D. Drown attains!
Jami s R. Dooner, executor of will of
Janie* Dooner. deceased, I have this day
lev ed upon the following described prop
erty as the property of defendant, James
Dooner, deceased, now in the hands of
James R. Dooner. executcr of will of
Jame* Dooner. deceased, to wit:
All the western portion of all those cer
tain ihrec (S) lots of land situate, lying
j and being in the extended limits of the
city of Savannah, county of Chatham
and state of Georgia and known on the
map of said city as lots numbers ninety
nine (83). one hundred (100) and one hun
dred and one (101) Springfield plantation,
said wtstern portion of said lots lying
adjacent and as a whole containing
twelve and three quarters (128i) acres,
1 more or less, bounded on the north by lot
j number one hundred and two (lOd)
Springfield plantation, ea-d by the Spring
field canal or drain, south by lot number
ninety-eight (1)8) Springfield plantation,
and west by Stiles avenue.
And I will proceed to offer some for
sale at i übllr outcry <n the first Tuesday
In August. l'JtX). (some htlng Ihe seventh
day of the month), during the legal and
usual hours of sale. In front of th ■ Court
House door In Chatham county, to satis
fy said execution. Defendant notified of
levy. Prnp-rty described in execution.
Terms cash, purchaser paying for tttleß.
E. J WHELAN.
Sheriff C. C. S
CITY SHERIFF'S SALE.
Sheriff’s Office. City Court of Savannah.
Savannah. Ga.. July 12. ISHIO.
UNDER and by virtue of an execution
issuing out of the City Court of Savannah
In favor of the Standard Building and
leoan Association of Montgomery, Ala.,
agmnst James McGuire, 1 have this day
lervled upon the following described prop
erty as the property of defendant, to-wit:
All Ihnt lot, tract, or parcel of land,
situate, lying and being In the county of
Chatham, and state of Georgia, and In
the city of Savannah, and known and des
ignated on the map of the said city
the northern half of lot nineteen, North
Oglethorpe wuid, having a front on Ol
ive street of seventy-three feet and nine
Inches and a rectangular depth, fronting
on Farm street, of forty-eight feet and
five Inches, together with all unrj singular
the hereditaments and appurtenances
therunto belonging or In anywise apper
And I will proceed to offer same for
sole, at public outcry, on the first Tues
day In August. 1900 (same being the 7th
day of the month), .luring the legal and
usual hours of sale. In front of the Court
House door In Chatham county,- to satis
fy said execution.
Defendant notified of levy, Property
described In execution. Terms cash, pur
chaser paying for title*.
E. J. WHELAN,
Sheriff C. C. 3.
I.EGAI. ROTH ES.
Whereas. Patrick O'Connor has opplted
to Court of Ordinary for letters of admin
istration on the estate of John Green, de
These are, therefore, to cite and admon
ish all whom It may concern to be and ap
pear before said court to make objection
(If any they have) on or before the first
Monday in September, next, otherwise said
letters will be granted.
Witness, the Honorable Hampton L.
Ferrlll, ordinary for Chatham county, this
the sixth day of August. 1900.
FRANK E. KEILBACH.
Clerk C. 0., C. C.
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY.-
Notice 1* hereby given that I have made
application to the Court of Ordinary for
Chatham county, for leave to sell lot*
Nos 57. 58, 69, 60, 61, and an lneerest m
lot No. 56. of a subdivision of East Chip
pewa on the Montgomery and Water*
road*, In said county, belonging to estate
of L. M. Warfield, deceased, for the pay
ment of debt* and distribution, and that
sal.l order will be granted at September
term, 191/0, of said court, unless objections
are filed thereto.
H. C. CUNNINGHAM
Administrator, c.t.a., Est. L. M. War
Aug. 6, 1900.
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY.-
Whereas, Philip M. Ru*sell and Waring
Russell, Jr., have applied to Court of Or
dinary for letters dlsmls-sory as executors
of the will of Sarah J. Woodfleld, de
These are, therefore, to die and admon
ish all whom It may concern, to be and
appear before said court, to make objec
tion (If any they have), on or before the
eighth day of November, next, otherwise
said letters will be grunted.
Wllnese, the Hon. Hampton L. Ferrlll,
ordinary for Chatham county, this, the
sixth day of August, 1900.
FRANK E. KEILBACH,
Clerk C. 0., C. Cos.