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DRINKS DRUNK ON HOT DAYS.
S\V ASX AHIA* S’ TASTES IMU'DB
PRETTY MI CH THE WHOLE LIST.
From Soiln Water to Straight Whisky
They Run the Whole Gamut, the
Saloonkeepers Say—Cooling Drinks
Are All the Go These I>ny, How
ever—Whisky Sours anti Gin Piues
Have the Cull ut the Harn While
Coca Cola anl the Plioaphates Rule
ut the Soila Stands.
‘What do Savanna hians drink these
days?” The question was put by a Morn
ing News reporter to a barkeeper in one
of Savannah’s largest saloons. “Every,
thing,” he replied, “and anything. Just
make out a list of all the popular drinks
you know, especially those containing ice
and sugar and n little lemon, and wait
here a while and you will see them all
called for. Of course the most ixjpular
drinJcs iotv are the long and cooling sort.
Whisky sours appear to have the call
with me. with whisky coolers a close sec
ond. Next to these come the gin mix
tures. Gin seems to be coming into great
er popularity as a drink and gin rickeva
3nd gin fizzes are in great demand. Cock
tai*ls are rarely called for these days.
They are too heating and too exhilarating,
and if there is anything the wise drinker
wants to avoid these days it is getting
exhilarated. He wants something cooling
and soothing. Still there are a great
many people who stick to plain whisky.
They contend that it is the safest
and mo=t reliable drink, and that
used with moderation the user is
les liable to feel the effects, cither
of the drink or the heat. And most of
them seem to stand up pretty well under
it. too. Mixed drinks, the old boys claim,
are bad on the stomach, and the stomach,
they say. is the chief th§g to be looked
after this weather. I don’t know but what
they are right. But mixed drinks are all
the go. and the bartenders get plenty of
exercise shaking up the concoctions of ice
and lemon and sugar and whatever goes
“How about soft drinks?” the saloon
man was asked.
“Soft drinks are in big demand just
now,” he replied. “Our biggest call in this
line, of course, is for -lemonades, and we
make these plain, with claret. Arondack
or Apollinaris water. Soda, sarsaparilla,
and such other ‘bellywash,’ as we call it,
is not in much demand with us except as
a ‘chaser’ for something stronger. We have
a pretty fair demand for buttermilk, and
if the supply were more regular the de
mand would doubtless increase. Occaslorv
al’y a customer takes r glass of
sweet milk, and we use up a fair
amount of this fluid in making milk
punches, but this drink is rather heat
ing such weather as this.”
Between the saloons and the drug stores
it is safe to say that the average Savan
nahlan gets outside of as much fluid re
freshment in a day as the average in
habitant of any other city in the country.
While the patronage of the saloons has
not fallen off to any appreciable extent
this weather, that of the soft drink places
has Increased immensely. The patronage
of these latter places is not altogether of
the gentler sex by any moans. In fact,
fully half the patronage of the soda water
stands comes from the men. There is
such a variety of these drinks that it
would be impossible to enumerate them
all, there are a few well-known favorites
which monopolize the attention of the
crowd. Coca Cola easily heeds the lis:.
After this come the phosphates, chiefly
lemon and orange. The mineral waters
are in great demand and now that L.i
thie. Suwanee and Arondack can be ob
tained at the leading stands fresh from
the ice and “all you can drink for a
nickel,” the popularity of these waters is
rapidly increasing. In fact, there would
seem to be e large number of people here
who drink nothing else, judging from the
frequency which they may be seen at the
various stands. The limeade is a popular
and healthy drink which is in big de
mand at the stands and seems to have
outclassed the lemonade in public favor.
Whether it is wise to get outside of so
many drinks, soft or the other kind, on
a he# day is a question which every one
should decide for himself or get his doc
tor to decide for him. That they are
temporarily refreshing is true, of course,
but the ultimate benefit admits of some
doubt. With such weather as prevails
now' the liquid refreshments which go
down one’s throa* are distilled very short
ly through the pores of the skin and the
more one drinks the more one perspires.
The temptation to drink, however, is al
most Irresistible, and as the doctors say
perspiration Is healthy, It is doubtless all
SAVED HIMSELF BY AX ALIBI.
Scott Ready Proved He Was Xot
About nt tlie Time of Assault.
Scott Ready was tried in the Superior
Court, yesterday. He had been indicted
for assault with intent to murder, but,
succeeding in proving an alibi to the sat
isfaction of the jury, was presented with
a verdict of not guilty.
The prosecutor in the. case, Willie Wil
liams. swore that while he was walking
calmly and peacefully along the Louis
ville road, west of and a mile or two dis
tant from the corporate limits, accom
panied by the young woman who at that
time held his wanderihg fancy and com
manded his devotion, he was set upon by
a crowd of roughs of his own color.
Their grievance appeared 10 be that he
had wandered too far from his own baili
wick and was trespassing upon ground
and showering attentions upon women
that they claimed exclusively as their
Williams said that various plans to give
him a lesson in their code of good man
ners were suggested by the members of
the party by which he had been arrested,
ranging In severity from a mild whipping
to an Illegal execution on the spot. As
none of the plans suggested seemed to
meet with general concurrence, one of
the party took the matter into his own
hands and fired a number of shots from
a revolver at the prosecutor.
This man be positively Identified as the
defendant on trial, swearing that it was
beyond the range of possibility that he
could be mistaken in this regard. He
had seen the man who did the shooting
plainly, the witness swore, and that the
man was Ready he was absolutely sure.
However, at the time of the shooting he
had not lingered long In tho vicinity.
Ready Introduced the evidence of a
white man to show that at the time of
the assault upon Williams he was gome
distance away. This witness testified that
Ready was with him and talking to him,
either at the time of the assault or so
c oon thereafter ns to preclude the possi
bility of Ready being in both places. The
identity of the time of the assault and
the conversation was not absolutely
shown, and It was doubtless on the prin
ciple that the prisoner Is untitled to the
benefit of the doubt thnt the Jury return
ed Its verdict of not guilty.
, # . f
Barrelled llim Ip.
By the sudden Jolt of a wagon at
Broughton and Bull streets yesterday af
ternoon, about 6 o'clock, a small negro
who was perched on an empty barrel
iln ihe vehicle, together with the barrel,
Wi re thrown out. The barrel struck the
*tre*t first, right side up and the boy
fell Into Its open mouth. He was con*
sideriibly frightened, but not much hurt,
but he declined further o occupy his
precarious perch aml continued his trip
•Hhng on the wagon seat.
" There’s nothing half so sweet in life
as love’s young dream.” The old song
is right. Lovers are dreamers. They
create a special world in which they live
immune from the hurts and ills which
vex common humanity. In their esti
mate of household —■■
dream dissolves jfijj
they find that the j* w5Il *
doctor’s bill, theß wMT ? *
didn’t count on, jJV
many times it is! ■HHjamjljje—
Sling that caa’Se
mation, ulceration and female weakness.
It makes childbirth easy, and thousands
of nursing mothers have testified to its
tonic ana strength giving properties.
It contains no alcohol, neither opium,
cocaine or other narcotic.
Mrs. Annie Blacker, of 629 Catherine Street,
Syracuse. N. Y., writes : n Your medicines have
done wonders for me. For years my health was
very poor. I had four miscarriages, but since
taking Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription and
'Golden Medical Discovery 1 I have much better
health, and now I have a fine, healthy baby.”
Free. Dr. Pierce’s Common Sense
Medical Adviser, in paper covers, is sent
free on receipt of 21 one-cent. stamps,
to pay expense of mailing only. Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
GOOD SHOW ON HOT NIGHT.
Inn Clayton anil Her Company Open
ed the Theater Season.
Una Clayton and a company of players
far outstripping the overage of popular
price organizations opened the season of
1900-1901 at the Theater last night, present
ing a bright and clever little comedy dra
ma, known as ‘‘Miss Roarer,”
The night was oppressively hot, but the
management had done what it could for
the audience by providing a plentiful ar
ray of electric fans, which operated on
huge blocks of ice placed in the windows
and succeeded in effecting a noticeable re
duction in the temperature. Notwithstand
ing ihe fans, however, the excessive heat
detracted much from the audience’s en
joyment of an exceedingly creditable per
formance. The number of fans and blocks
of ice is to be increased to-day, It is hoped
with even better results.
The audience packed the house from the
parquet to the roof, it being said to have
been one of the largest, if not the very
largest, audience that ever witnessed a
popular price performance at the Theater.
Miss Clayton herself is no stranger to
Savannah people, and her acting was as
piquantiy attractive as it has always
been. She is surrounded with a good
company, the specialties Introduced are
bright and catchy, and the Boston Ladies’
Symphony Orchestra furnishes the music.
Taken all in all, the company gives one
of the best popular-price shows Savannah
has had an opportunity to see, and Miss
Clayton is to be congratulated upon be
ginning her career at the head of her
own forces under such favorable auspices
and with such bright auguries of future
At the matinee this afternoon the bill
will be “Fanehon,” while to-night the at
traction will be an elaborate production
of the scenic- drama, “Darkest Russia.”
THE ISI AL MONDAY DOCKET.
Thirty Cane* DiMpoMcd of in Record
er'* C onrt.
Thirty cases were heard in the Re
corder’s Court yesterday, twenty-eight be
ing of prisoners who were brought in
during Saturday and Sunday, while two
were cases continued from previous ses
Mack Wiggins, the colored boy held on
a charge of criminal assault, was dis
James Cosgrove, white, arrested on a
charge of stealing $lO from W. H. Hays,
was remanded to the City Court, while
A. Saunder, charged with stabbing A.
Lloyd not in his own defense, was sent
to the Superior Court.
Willie Jackson, for the larceny of $34
from B. Goodrum, also colored, was sent
to the City Court on a charge of simple
The total amount of fines collected was
The Recorder will hear this morning a
number of cases that have been placed on
the information docket. Notable among
them are those against several young
white men. charged with riding their
wheels on the sidewalks, and that against
Joe Landsfurt of No. 544 Margaret street,
who is charged with allowing at large a
vicious dog. The chargp is made by Ar
thur Finberg, who states that he was
bitten by the animal.
NEGRO Cl'T AT THUNDER DOLT.
Charles Whitfield Cut hy Jim Collin*
Ahnut a Ginn* of Beer.
Charles Whitfield, colored, was stabbed
three times by' Jim Collins, also colored,
yesterday afternoon at Thunderbolt.
None of the wounds are serious and Whit
field was able to come to the city on the
car to have them dressed. The quarrel
that resulted in the fray is said to have
occurred about a glass of beer.
Whitfield made no report of the matter
at the barracks and Collins is still at
\ Delicious Smoke.
The Herbert Spencer Is an elegant cigar
and Is truly a delightful enjoyment to
inhale the fumes of this fine tobacco; It
is evhilarating and delicious.
See that the name of Herbert Spencer
Is on every wrapper of every cigar, with
out which none are genuine.
The Herbert Spencer cigars are only
sold by the box of 30. Conchas at $3.50, and
Perfectos, $4.50 at Li ppm an Bros., whole
sale druggists, Barnard and Congress
streets, of this city.—ad.
“It Cored Ale.”
"Grnybeard broke up rheumatism on
me.” says Mr. Chas. Thomas, the Jew-
Pler on Whitaker street. “And put me In
better health than I have enjoyed In a
Take Graybeard Pills for that dizzy
feeling—Lost appetite, and follow it up
with a bottle o< Graybeard. It is all you
need. Respess Drug Cos., sole props.,
Savannah. Ga.— ad.
French Olive Oil.
The best olive oil in the world la made
by Marc ms Ahotb of Bordeaux. France,
ano is known as making the only finest
grade of oiive oil, preeaed from selected
Llpprrnn Brother* are Agents for thla
houfv, and carry thla olive oil In bottles
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1900.
$ $ $ $” CASH GIVEN FOR OLD
gold and silver. Look up that sickly old
watch, that used to be, that worn-out
chain, these ancient and out-of-date
spoons: turn ’em into cash at Fegeas, 28 \
East Broughton street, hair. Jewelry and ,
shaving supply house; special demand this
week for making badges; country' con
signments promptly paid for, either by
ceriifled check or money order at ship
pers’ option; all inquiries answered same
day; inclose stamp for the answer.
THE PARTY WHO CALLED ON
Sunday at 772 Bolton street, east, will
leave address there, so I can get it. Law
W- P. MANNING. WITH C. U. MlL
ler agent, tunes and repairs pianos, and
restores the tone to old pianos by the im
proved Hutchins ’ process; satisfaction
FINE RICEFIEI.T LAMB AT "BA*
ker’s," every day; b*st of all other meat 9
"KIMBALL’S ANTI-R HE"u MATI C
rings; thousands using them and all ben
efited. Gardner’s Bazaar, agt.
~ LADIES. SAFE HOME REMEDY;
circular and particulars free. P. O. Box
3088, Boston, Mass.
IF ITS RUGS YOU WANT, YOU CAN
get them cheaper from McGillis.
MOSQUITO N ETST ALL GRADES;
awnings made and promptly hung; a few
Baldwin refrigerators, water coolers, Ham
mocks, lawn chairs and other summer
goods, to close out very low. C. P. Mil
SOUTHERN UMBRELLA FACTORY;
largest umbrella factory south of Balti
more; all repairings neatly done; all covers
cut from piece; mourning umbrellas made
to order; we call Vour special attention to
our fresh stock of alpaca covers. 330
West Broad street; second block of Cen
RING UP ~ 2464~1 F~Y OU~ W ANT 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.
“send" ME YOUR ORDERS FOR UP
holstering parlor and dining room furni
ture in leather, silk, damask and other
fabrics, in the best manner; curled hair,
moss and cotton mattres , ses renovated; all
work well done and satisfaction guaran
teed. C. P. Miller, agent.
FLORAL"DESIGNS' PALMS AND CUT
flowers, at Gardner’s Bazaar, agent for
M’GILLIS SELLS SIXTY-INCH RUGS
—Smyrna patterns—for 99 cents.
“SEE THE JEWEL" STOVES AND
ranges for sale by J. W. Teeple; also
agent for Insurance gasoline stove.
M’GILLIS IS CHEAP ON RUGS. NETS,
lace curtains, hammocks, water coolers,
pillows, pictures, stoves, bedroom suites,
and furniture of every description.
GUARANTEED FOUNTAIN PEN, SIT
At Gardner’s Bazaar.
MILLE R’ S~FU RNI TORE AND CA R
pets give satisfaction; we are prepared to
estimate on your wants in furniture of
every description, carpets, matttings, win
dow shades, art squares, rugs, lace cur
tains, etc.; Miller’s prices and terms are
reasonable. C. P. Miller, agent.
M’GILLIS’ LACE CURT AIN S WILL
beautify your parlor.
IS YOUR IRON SAFE*FIRE PROOF?
St iff el & Freeman have a standing offer
of SI,OOO for every' safe of their make that
does not preserve its contents; one safe
was in burning debris 113 hours; when
taken out the hose had to be turned on
It; when opened, not a page was discol
ored, not a record lost, not a dollar de
stroyed; if you want absolute security,
buy a Stiffel & Freeman safe. C. P. Mil
SPECIAL. AN UNLIMITED SUPPLY
of nice willow rockers; ladies’ size, at $2.
J. W. Teeple.
M’GILLIS yOVES, PACKS. SHIPS
and stores pianos and furniture; best 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
"FURNITURE MOVED WITH CARE,”
is a specialty with McGiLlki.
~51.48 BUYS NICE RATTAN ROCKER,
lady’s size; large assortment of rockers,
coucJhes and easy chairs. C. P. Miller,
"PULLEY BELTS, 23C, BUCKLES. 10C;
aluminum shirt set, 10c, at Gardner’s Ba
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 mail. 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 cure 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.
CARPENTERS WANTED FlßS-
Tclass carpenters wanted at Albion Hotel,
Augusta. J. H. McKenzie & Son.
'WANTED-A BUTLER 23 WEST Li
"YOUNG MEN—OUR ILLUSTRATED
catalogue explains how we teach barber
trade in 8 weeks, mailed free. Moler Bar
ber College, St. Louis, Mo.
al house work. Apply, after 9 o’clock,, to
313 Bolton street, west.
' WANTED, EXPERIENCED GIR L 9
for first-class pants making. Apply 536
WANTED, BY A RESPECTABLE
young woman, position as house girl,
cook and nurse in small family; for ref
erences and particulars, address H.
Burke, Alexanderville, Ga.
WANTED-FOUR OR FIVE ROOM'S
unfurnished fiat, with conveniences for
housekeeping, with refined family. Ref
erences required. Address, Megargee, this
"WANTED, BY GENTLEMAN AND
wife, furnished flat for light housekeep
ing, with private bath, from Sept. 27. W.,
WANTEdTfOR TWO MONTHS, FLAT
of three or four rooms, plainly furnished,
with conveniences for light housekeep
ing; possession Immediately. Address,
slating terms, G. W. D., News office.
WANTED - 100 ACRES OK LAND
more or less, cheap. Address, Land, this
WANTED. to BUY 60,000 OLD
feather beds; leave orders or send a pos
tal card to 536 Bryan street. Leveson
'if you Want a PUCk TO dump
earth, dirt. sand, manure, etc., free of
charge. Just st efry limits, hu"r* over
hard road, write or telephone Brown
Broe., corner Anderson and Easl Broad
WANTED. A GOOD SECOND-HAND
range, with boiler. Address N., care I.
D. La Roche, 21 East Bay street.
FURNISHED ROOMS. MODERN IM
~~FOR REXT—SH )FTH HALL ROOM
and one large room with or without board
at 106 Jones street, west.
FLAT, SIX CONNECTING ROOMS,
with bath, first floor; Lyons block; suita
ble for any purpose. John Lyons.
FLATS FOR RENT.
rooms; all conveniences for light house
keeping. 3C6 Liberty street, east.
FOR RIiNT-HOI SliS
ton street, west; seven rooms; all con
veniences; newly papered and painted; $22
per month; lease for one year. Apply to
J. T. Shuptrine, corner Congress and Jef
FOR RENT—RESIDENCES 821 AND
313 Hall, east; also 707 and 709 Habersham;
all in first-class order: hot and cold wa
ter; immediate possession. Apply W. W.
Swinton, 208 Eighth street, east.
"FOR RENT, MODERN TWO-STORY
brick dwelling, Whitaker street, between
Jones and Taylor; all conveniences. Ap
ply to H. F. Kuck, Anderson and Aber
corn streets, or Reuben Butler, Court
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
"LOW RENT, COTTAGES on loutsT
ville avenue and Morgan street, Pooler;
healthily located; four dollars per month
to desirable tenants. Call on Michael Mc-
Evady, Pooler, or Henry Solomon & Son,
"FOR RENtTtHAT DESIRABLE Res
idence No. 309 Liberty street, east; pos
session given Sept. 1. Apply No. 10 Bull
street, or at residence; terms reasona
ble. George W. Faries, agent.
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 arici Broughton streets.
"for RENT. THAT DESIRABLE RESL
dence No. 309 Liberty street, east; pos
session given Sept. 1. Apply No. 10 Bull
street, or at residence; terms reasonable.
George W. Faries, agent.
B RICK RES TDE NO V~ 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
HOUSES 223, ALSO 217 WALDBURG
street, east; perfect condition; every con
venience; right rent right tenant; $25.00
the month. Est. Salomon Cohen, West
Broad and Broughton streets.
FOR RENT, 16 OGLETHORPE~AVE
nue, west. M. S. Baker, agent.
" V STOiTeS FOR
some double stores known as the Whit
field Building, situated corner State, Pres
ident and Whitaker streets; con be rented
from October Ist; also the small annex
stores in rear. Apply W. M. & W. E.
FOR RENT, FROM OCT. 1, STORE.
No. 314-6 Broughton street, west; three
stories on cellar; large store; rent cheap.
Prendergast & Ganahl, 6 Bryan street,
FOR RENT, rHAI DESIRABLE
store and warehouse formerly occupied
by 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 streets.
FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE, A LOT FOR TWO HUN
dred dollars; easy terms, on Ninth street,
near East Broad; no city taxation. C. H.
"FOR SALE, THOSE LOTS ON NINTH
street, near East Broad, have only been
sold o first-class 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.
FOR SALE, LOTS ON NINTH, NEAR
East Broad, at S2OO each; will soon be
advanced to $225; when a lot has been
paid for I can arrange to get a home
built. C. H. Dorsett.
FOR sale,"lots on ninth street
near East Broad; no city taxes, at S2OO
each; twenty-five dollars cash, and easy
monthly payments. C. H. Dorsett.
' RESIDENCES AND BUILDING LOTS
for sale all over the city. Robert H.
Tatem, real estate dealer. No. 7 York
t oil a ALE—Mi&CK&LjxAALUL k.
BENZOIN BALM MAKES THE SKIN
ns soft and smooth as velvet; one appli
cation relieves the pain and destroys the
redness from sunburn, 25c. At Persse s
Drug Stores, Henry and Abercorn and
Whitaker and Taylor.
"FRUIT JARS, ONE QUART MASON’S
fruit Jars, complete, with rubbers, 5c
each, at Bernstein’s, 303 Broughton street,
"TURPENTINE. WE HAVE A GOOD
location for large operator. Gifford Com
"FRUIT JARS. ONE QUART MASON’S
fruit Jars, complete, with rubbers. 5c
each, at Bernstein’s, 303 Broughton street,
ASH ANDCYPRESB LUMBER FOB
sale—lso,ooo feet of ash suitable for wheel
wrights, carriage makers, car works and
Interior house finish. Also cypress lumber
of all sizes. We have resumed cutting our
famous brands of cypres* shingles and will
soon have a full lino of them for sale. Vale
Royal Manufacturing Company.
LOST AXD FOIJXD.
charm, with Masonic and Knights of
Pythlaa emblem. Finder will be suita
bly rewarded by leaving same at 113 Bay
'LOST, BUNCH OF KEYS, ON WEST
Broad or Montgomery street car. Satur
day night, or on Jones and Went Broad
streets, Duffy and West Broad streets, or
on Ninth, between Montgomery and Jef
ferson streets. Reward if returned to
422 Jones street, west.
FOUND *-i BLACK, BUTT-HEADED
bull; white, back. Owner can have by pay
ing expenses. Geo. Warner, Dutctotown
16. a gold hunting <*ase watch, having the
initials "C. O. H.” on outside of case,
and on the Inside the inscription: "Pre
sented to my son, Charles O'Hagan, on
his 21st birthday.” A ui able reward will
he paid by me for its return. E. O’ Hogan,
THE MOST SATISFACTORY PAINT
to uae la the German ready-mixed; $1.25
gallon. Adams Paint Company.
OUR Package 3 b wallpaper
cleaner will clean one room. Alums
Paint, 104 Congre*s, weu4.
'GO TO THE ADAMS PAINT COM*
pany to buy paint* and oil*. *Mh. door*
your collars and cuffs nicely; guarantee
you sati faction. 323 Broughton s rcet,
3 By active ,Wi(te (twaljr
: fyaSgly Women
WtjO our practical
BUSINESS \ £/ctva/marf/&a/
COLLEG E 3.1
Scad for Cain,: juA
t ITI \HII AL’S S 4LR
• City Marshal's Office,
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 14, 1900..
Under a resolution passed in Council
Aug. 8, 1900, I will offer for sale, at pub
lic outcry, in front of tho Court House,
in the city of Savannah, on TUESDAY,
the ELEVENTH DAY OF SEPTEM
BER, 1900, between tho legal hours of
Lot No. 28 Thomas ward; minimum ap
praised price, $2,500.00.
Lot No. 29, Thomas ward; minimum ap
praised price, $2,100.00.
Terms cash; purchaser paying for title
and stamps. JOHN POWER,
REPORT OP COMMITTEE ADOPTED.
Extract from the minutes of Council
meeting of Aug. 8, 1900.
By the Committee on City Lots—
Resol veil. That the marshal of tha city
ol Savannah Is hereby directed to sell at
public outcry to the highest and best bid
ders, for cash, on Tuesday, the 11th day
of September, 1900, and nt 11 o'clock a. m ,
city time, lots numbers twenty-eight (28)
and twenty-nine (29), In Thomas ward,
said city, belonging to the city of Savan
nah. Upset price for lot number 28.
twenty-five hundred (2,500) dollars; for lot
number -9, twenty-one hundred (2,100) dol
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY.—
Notice is hereby given to nil persons hav
ing demands against Lucinda Williams,
lrte 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 per
sons indebted to said deceased are re
quired to make immediate payment to me.
Savannah, Ga.. Aug. 13, 1900.
Care Denmark, Adams * Freeman.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDI
GEORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY—NO
ttce is hereby given to all persons having
demands against Clara M. Ellis, late of
said county, deceased, to present them to
me, properly made out, within the time
prescribed by law. wo as to show
character and amount; and all -
ndebted to said deceased ore 1 to
make Immediate payment to
128 Bay'Street, east, Sava.. ,_ia.
Savannah, Ga., August 13, 1900.
GEORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY—
Whereas, Patrick O’Connor has applied
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.
Ferrill, ordinary for Chatham county, this
the sixth day of August, 1900.
FRANK K. KEILRACH.
Clerk C. 0., C. C.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
GEORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY.-No
lice is 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 persons In
debted to said deceased are required to
make immediate payment to me.
Savannah, Ga.. July 5, 1900.
JOHN J. BURNS, Executor.
GEORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY.—
Notice Is hereby given that I have made
application to the Court of Ordinary for
Chatham county, for leave to sell lots
Nos. 57, 68, 59. 60, 61, and an interest in
lot No. 56. of a subdivision of East Chip
pewa on the Montgomery and Waters
road*, in said county, belonging to estate
of L. M. Warfield, deceased, for the pay
ment of debts and distribution, and that
said order will be granted ut September
term. 1900. of said court, unlesa objections
are filed thereto.
H. C. CUNNINGHAM.
Administrator, c.t.a., Eat. L. M. War
Aug. 6, 1900.
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auction salr.9 rrmtE days.
FRONTING TilK RIVER AT ISLE OF
HOPE, AT At CTIOV
I. D. LaROCHE. Auctioneer.
Under and by virtue of a decree granted
by tho Superior Court of Chatham county,
Georgia, I will offer for sale at public out- '
cry, before the Court House door in said i
county, on the first Tuesday (being the i
4th day), of September, 1900, if not pre- t
viously sold at private sale, either as a
whole or by lots, the following property,
All those certain lots of land fronting
south on the Isle of Hope river, being
subdivision of the Honaud property, as per
map made hy Percy Sugden. C. E., May
Bth, 1896, and lettered A, B, C, (D having
been sold) and having respectively 52, 61
and 81 feet river front, with a depth cf
340 feet more or less, lots lettered A and C
having dwellings thereon.
Terms: One-third cash, balance In one
and iwo years, at 7 per cent.
Sale Bubject to confirmation of said
Court, purchaser to pay for stamp and
papers. JORDAN F. BROOKS,
Substituted Trustee Estate A. Bonaud.
L I). LA IKK HE, Auctioneer.
By virtue of an order granted by the
Honorable Court of Ordinary of Chatham
county* Georgia. I will sell during the le
gal hours of sale, before the Court House
door In Chatham county. Georgia, to the
highest bidder, on TUESDAY, the 4th day
of September, 1900, ten (10) acres of land,
on the Buckhaiter road. 275 feet wide,
and running northward 1,650 feet deep on
one Bid© and 1,900 fc t on the other side;
bounded south by the Buckhaiter road,
east by lands of Grimm, north by Belmont
trn< t. and west by lands of Geo. W.
Beckett, excepting three (3) acres of said
tract, which has heretofore been sold by
said Friday Mil.on to Sarah Ann Black.
JORDAN F. BROOKS,
Administrator estate Friday Millen, dec’d.
ch vi ham sale
UNDER and by virtue of a tl. fa. issued
out of the Justice Court, First District,
G. M., by G. E. Bevans ex-officio Justice
of the Peace, Chatham county, Georgia,
In tavor of S. L. latzaron vs. Jasper
ville Land and Improvement Company
tin* following described property of the
defendant has been levied on by H. T
Beckett, Constable < f Chatham county,
and the said fi. fa. has been placed in
my hands fer advertlsfmerit and Bale to
wit: All those lots of land situate and
lying In Chatham county, Georgia, and
known on tho plan of Jaapervllle (heirig
a subdivision of lots number 19,20 and 21 of
the McLeod tract) as follows; Lot. No.
7. letter M; lots 13 and 4, letter K; lo's
1. 2. 3, 13, 14, 15, and, eastern half of lots
3. 4. 5, 6. 7. 8. 9, 10, 11. 12. all in letter H;
and lot No. 17. letter 1); ail in Lazuron
ward, and lot 12, In letter O. Cohen ward;
said lots and half lots having measure
ment and houndage-s as defined in raid
map or plan of Jasperville, said lying
west of the city of Savannah, Ga.. be
tween Bay street extended, and old water
And I will offer the laid above described
property of the defendant Jasperville
I.iind and Improv< merit Company for
fale at public outcry before the Court
House door of Chatham county In the city
of Savannah, Ga., on the first Tuesday
In September, 1900, dur.ng the legal hours
of t-ale, to satisfy said fi. fa. Defendant
Term* cash, purchasers paying for titles.
THOB. J. SWEENY.
Sheriff C. C., Ga. ,
CHATHAM'S SHERIFF’S SALE.
UNDER and by virtue of a mortgage
fi. fa., Issued out of Chatham’s Superior
Court In favor of John N. Geil vs. Mary
Stovans, I have levied upon the follow
ing described property of the defendant,
to wit: All thnt certain tract or parcel of
land situate, lying and being in the Fifth
district, G. M., said county and state of
Georgia, containing slxty-one acres, more
or less, and fully described by a bound
ary as follows: North, by lands of
Chandler; east, hy lands of Orr; south,
by land formerly u portion of the Catitle
Park tract, conveyed by William Wilson
to A. L. Hartrldge; west, by county farm,
and being the same property conveyed
by George 11. Millar on Oct. 25, 1893, 10
Louise M. Millar, aa appears by a deed
and map recorded in Chatham county
Records book 7 H*, folio 469.
And I vrill offer for sale at public outcry
bafore the Court House door of Chatham
county, in the city of Savannah. Ga., on
the FIRST TUESDAY IN SEPTEMBER,
1900, the said above described property of
the said defendant during the legal hours
of sale, to satisfy said ti. fa.
Terms cash, purchasers paying for
titles. THOMAS J. SWEENY.
Sheriff C. C., Ga.
CITY SHERIFF’S SALE.
Sheriff's Office, City Court of Savannah.
Savannah, Ga., Aug 7. 1900.
TINDER and by virtue of an execution
Issuing out of the City Court of Savan
nah in favor of Reppard & Company for
the use of Franklin F. Jones against
Henry G. Walthour.
I have this day levied upon the following
described property a* the property of de
fendant, to wit: All that lot, tract or par
cel of land, in said county and state, and
in the city of Savannah, known as lot
number seven (7) of the Forsyth Invest
ment Company’s subdivision of lots In the
northern part of Garden lot number twen
ty-four, west, In the city of Savannah as
shown on a map of said subdivision, re
corded in the County Records of said
County Book 6 R’s folio 235; said lot num
ber seven being hounded east by lot num
ber six and west by lot number eight of
said subdivision; south by lots five and
six in Garden lot 24, west, and north by
Oak street extended. And I will proceed
to offer same for sale at public outcry on
the firs* Tqesday In September. 1900 (same
being the fourth day of the month), dur
ing the legal and usual hours of sale. In
front of the Court House door in Chat
ham county, to satisfy said execution.
Defendant notified of levy. Property de
scribed in execution. Terms cash, pur
chaser paying for titles.
E. J WHELAN,
Sheriff C. C. S.
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Superb for Iced Tea. Wholesome and
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kindlu call and examine our sDecialtu for them.
Whu wear a clumsu looking shoe when we can
dress uour feet In a neat, stullsh and same time com
fortable shoe at as small a price as uou Dau for the or
dinary kind? This Is a special last and must b3 seen
to be appreciated, No one else has it, Come to-day.
GEIL & QUINT
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AUCTION SALES FUTU9UB DAW.
By PLATSHEK A CO., AM TtOffRBIW
Under and by virtue of the power ws*l
ed in me e trustee unties* defrfl from
Stepney Williams, to me as trustee, doted
the 11th day of March. 1838, and rooocdetf
in Chatham county records, book of mort
gages, 4 B’s., Folio 11, I witt ©ell at prt>-
lie outcry to the highest and boat bona
fide bidder, before the Court House donr
of Chatham county, on the first Tuet
day in September, 1900, between the legal
hours of sale, all of the followlhfe decrii>*
ed property in said deed, uwwit:
All that certain tract or parcel of land
ami premises hereinafter particularly de
scribed, situate, lying and being in the
city of Savannah aforeeeld, on the north
of Hali street, continued eastward
from East Broad street, having o south
ern front on said street of twenty-five (25)
feet, more, or less, jvlth a rectangular
depth of seventy-one (71) feet, more or
less-bounded north by land sold by
Charlea Collins to D. G. Purse, east by
a lot sold by said CoUkw to Phoebe Ann
Jenkins, west by land sold by said Col
lins to one Way, and south by
s-ald Hall street extended, said trac*t
of land being in Atlantic and
being the same tract of land conveyed
to Stepney Williams by Clara Williams, by
deed, dated June 6, 1893, and recorded in
said county records book 7 G., fo!|oe 295-5,
together with all the improvements and
appurtenances belonging to said tract of
land, and all the right, title, claim, de
mand, possession and interest of said
Stepney Williams at law, or in equity
Terms, cash purchaser pitying for title
and stamps. M. A. O'BYRNE,
TRUSTEE S SALE.
IftA AC D. LA HOC HE, Trustee.
Under find ty virtue of tho power of sale
conferred upon mo as trustee, under that
deed to secure debt made by Stella
Cope, to Emma M. La Roche, under date
of Aug. 8, 1899. and recorded in Chat
ham county records, book of mortgages.
4 Is, folio 24. I will offer for sale a I
public outcry, before the Court House
door in said county, on the. first Tuesday
(being ihe Ith, day) of September, 190>,
ihe following property to-wit: All the
eastern one half or portion of till that
certain tract, or parcel of land situate,
lying and being in the city of Savannah,
on the north side of n lane, running
through the land of Theodore Rober, from
Bull to Whitaker streets, between First
ami Second streets:, beginning at i point
in said Jane, eighty-four (84) feet east of
the center of the track of the street rail
road. as now located on Whitaker street,
and running thence, east along the north
side of said lune, forty-nine feet, thence
nqrth on a line parallel with the lino
of Whitaker street, forty-eight feet, and
ten me he* (48 feet 10 inch),
to the lands of Dr. L. A.
Falllgant, thence went parallel to the
first line above mentioned, forty-nine (19)
feet, and thence south, forty-eight feet
and ten inches, (48 feet 10 inch), to the
point of departure. Terms cash; purchaser
paying for stamps and deed.
ISAAC D. LaROCHE,
ISAAC n. LaROC HE. Trustee.
Under and by virtue of the power of
sale conferred upon me, as trustee under
the deed to secure debt, made by Benja
min Preznnt to Emma M, Laßoche, under
date of December 19th, 1899. and recorded
in Chatham county records, in book of
mortgage**, 4 J’s. folio 292, I will offer for
sale at public outcry before the Court
Houst door in aaid county on the first
Tuesday In September. 1900, (being the 4 , th
day,) the following property, to-wit;
All that certain lot or parcel of land
lying and being in Chatham county, state
of Georgia, and near the southern border
of the city of Savannah and known a*
lot number sixty-eight (68). Southvllle,
having a northern border of thirty feet on
Lamar avenue, with a depth of ninety feet
southwards to a lane and being a part of
a subdivision of the western |>ortion of
lot seven (7) of the original subdivision of
Farm lots. 7,8, 9 and 10. Tyrconnel Tythlng,
Derby ward. Terms: Cash, purchaser pay
ing for stamps and deed.
ISAAC D. La ROCHE, Trustee.
I. D. LuNO< HE, Auctioneer.
By virtue of an order granted by tho
Honorable Court of Ordinary for Chatham
county, Georgia, I will sell before tha
Court House door. Rnvnnnah, Ga., during
the legal hours of sale, to the highest bid
der, on Tuesday, the 4th day of September,
All that lot of land situate and being in
the county of Chatham, said state, being
a part of lot number six (6) of the subd4-
vlsion of the Placentia tract, lying be
tween the right of wav of the Savannah,
Thunderbolt and Isle of Hope Railway
and Williamson creek and excepting there
from a public roadway twenty feet (20)
in width, running from said right of way
to the creek, along the southern boundary
line of said property and the public road
leading up to Taylor’s and back of the
residence upon said property, together
with the improvements thereon. Terms:
Cash, purchaser paying for papers.
JORDAN F. BROOKS,
Admr. Est. Mary Playter, deceased.
HY J. McLAUGHLIN * SON,
On TURSDAY, 4th September, 1900, be
fore the Court House In the city of Sa
vannah. hurlns the I*kl hour, of nale.
By virtue of an order from the Honora
ble Hampton L. Ferrill. Judge of the
Court of Ordinary. Chatham county,
Georgia, I will sell city of Savannah
bond, as follows:
One SSOO bend, due 1913. numbered 16.
One SSO bond, due 1913, numbered 218.
One SSO bond, due 1913, numbered 219.
Belong to the estate of Mary Sheahan
and Josephine Sheahan, minors, for the
purpose of distribution.
Guardian of Mary and Josephine Shea
Hr ROnF.HT H. TATUM, Auctioneer.
UNDER and by virtue of an ordor
granted by the Ordinary of Chatham
county Georgia, I will sell al public out
cry before the Court House of Chatham
county, Georgia, on Tuesday, Sept. 4, at
II o'clock, those Ihree lots of land known
as lots Nos. 1, 1 and 3. In Hull's sub
division of southern portion of lot No. 1,
In Huck’s tythlng. Perclval word, bein*
on Montgomery street, extended, und
about 300 yards south of Twelfth street.
Term* cash. THOMAS VVAI.BH.
Trustee for Joseph O. Walsh.