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FIFTY-TWO FHISQNERS TRIED.
Two Yc-w Policemen Appointed and
Went on Duty Last \i£lit.
Fifty-two prisoners appeared in the Re
vorder’s Court yesterday, an unusually
large number, even for a Monday's
court, during the hottest part of the sum
mer. The majority of the prisoners had
been arrested on comparative minor
charges, however, and were disposed of
so rapidly that the entire docket was
cleared by noon.
Arthur James,the 12-year-old colored boy
who was arrested Saturday for a criminal
attempt on Bessie Harden, also colored,
was turned over to his parents, with the
advice that they give him a good thrash
ing. There was no need of a second sug
gestion in this line, and Arthur, after
being thoroughly pounded in the stables,
promised to be good in future.
Joe Smith, the white stranger who was
arrested Saturday night at the request of
two ladies, whom he followed on Bar
nard street, and to whom he made in
sulting proposals, was sentenced to thirty
days on the chaingang, in lieu of a fine
of SIOO, which he was unable to pay.
Anna Jenkins, colored, arrested Sunday
night on the charge of disturbing divine
worship at Perry and West Broad streets,
and who both cursed and fought the ar
resting officer and the sallyport man and
turnkey, was given thirty days in con
finement, with the option of paying S2O
for her fun.
A. A. Johnson, white, charged by Ivey
Pounder with having assaulted h?r early
Sunday morning, was discharged.
Willie Green, colored, arrested by De
tective Stark Saturday on the charge of
a burglary, committed here about a year
ago, had his case continued.
E. M. Browning, a white stranger, who
tanked up and went to sleep in the Cen
tral Railroad depot, and who, when sent
in, was found to have concealed weapons
on his person, was sent to the City Court
on the last charge.
W. C. Goodman and Moses Buckwald
were sworn as policemen yesterday to
fill the places of J. J. Barrett, dead, and
.1. Dooley, who recently resigned. The
men were fitted out with uniforms and
went on duty last night.
AT THE THEATER.
Woodward - Warren r.ngngeinrnt
Opened Before n I.nrge Audience.
The Woodward-Warren Company open
ed Its engagement last night with Nat
Good vein's play, "A Gold Mine.” The au
dience wns an unusually large one for a
first night, even when it is not ladies’
night. The play was presented as all of
Mr. Woodward's plays are, in an accept
able manner. The company is stronger,
if anything, than that of last season, and
is one of the best repertoire companies
(hat comes to Savannah. The play was
presented with the following cast:
Silas K. Wolcott Mr. Woodward
Gerald Riordan of Gals' Valley,
Cal Mr. Edward Houghton
Sir Everard Goxwood.Mr. Charles Hitner
George Foxwood Mr. Keenon Buel
Julius Krebs Mr. Charles B. Milton
Wilson Mr. Charles Middleton
The Hon. Mrs. Meredith...
Miss Bertha Houghton
Miss Una Foxwood Miss Lula Rumley
Mrs. Vandervast Miss Marie Dale
Between the first and second acts,
Charles Milton appeared in pleasing spe
cialties and between the second and third
acts the Rumley sisters were the enter
To-morrow afternoon the company will
copear in a bran new comedy "Mr. Young
of Utah," and Wednesday night will pre
sent the English melodrama “The Tieket
of-Leave r Man.” The latter play will be
remembered by the older theater patrons,
as having been in the repertoire of (he
late William J. Florence and is considered
one of the best of English dramas.
To-night Herrmann will be the attrac
tion The principal part of the Herrmann
entertainments has always consisted of
s'nrtling phenomena, the work seemingly
setting at naught all the laws of nature.
It is replete with mysticisms and those
deeds ordinarily ascribed to the redoubt
able Prince of Darkness. Yet everything
Is simply done, and Herrmann has frank
ly disclaimed any supernatural agencies.
He unquestionably stands alone in the art
diabolique. That the theater-going public
etill admire this form of entertainment is
evident from the advance sale of esats.
•* ’TAINT NO SOFT SNAP.”
% Street Car Conductor’s Opinion of
”A street ear conductor’s Job Is not by a
loner shot so soft a snap as most people
seem to think It is,” said one of them yes
“Besides lons hours, we have all sorts
and conditions of people to deal, with:
dodgers who try to beat their way, cranky
people who seem to think we are mind
readers and ought io know where they
want to get off without signalling,
who want a whole seat for a nickel; the
woman with three or four children who
wants to carry them all for a nickel; peo
ple who signal a car a block off and ex
pect you to hold for them to walk all the
way, and when they get to the car stop
and ask you “Does this car go down
town” or “Does this car gou up town,”
just os If they couldn’t look at it and see
“Then there’s the woman with half a
dozen other women and children waiting
on the crossing and frantically waving us
down. When we stop she remem l >ers that
she hasn’t kissed the baby* goodby and
we lose a minute or more while she goes
through the performance. The transfer
kicker is another trouble that we can’t go
to the police with, though we get along
with him pretty well. 1 tell you we don’t
have no 6uch easy job as some people
think we've got. Just you try' it awhile
VICTIMS or VACATION'S.
Ills That Follow Slaving a Good Time
“Did you ever have vacation irostra
tion?” asked a man who has been off for a
month’s holiday, and came back with and
tire dfeeling that lllustratfe the scrip
tural saying, “the last state of man Is
worse than the first.”
“Well, if you’ve never had it, you don't
know what it is. It’s n feeling like one
is all played out, with not only a disincli
nation to get down to work, but a j>osi
tive aversion to anything like it. How do
I account for It? Well, it’s because peo
ple who go off for a vacation wear them
selves out trying to make the most of it,
end come back home hollow-eyed, shaky
and nervous, and have to go on a course
of modiclne to get braefd up. What the
average vacationer need* Is a sub-vaca
tion, to give him a chance to recover
from the physical disability into which
he has plunged in ills attempts to enjoy
his vacation proper.
This sort of thing affects women ns
well as men. Too much dancing, too
m any card parties and drive* and rides,
too violent a change in exercise, and too
many social events lead to destruction,
•and what I have calbd vacation prostra
tion. It's a bad disease and a hard one to
treat, and con over, I con tell you.”
Ilurtied II ridge Hr pa I red.
The Plant System bridge over the Lit
tle Ogeccheo, about twelve miles from
•he city, which was burned Sunday night,
has been repnlred, nnd trains wh?ch were
formed to use the Seaboard's track*
arc now running over the bridge. The
origin of the fire Is not known. Fiunt
bystem train No. 23 was the first to go
ovar the bridge yesterday afternoon.
For a woman to come to that period
known as change of life. It is almost
always a period of suffering, and the de
rangement of mind and body is some
times so great that the family life is ut
terly marred by the unhappy wife and
mother. At such a time every \vo:nan
needs just the help that is given by Dr.
Pierce’s Favorite Prescription. It works
with Nature, soothes the nerves by nour
ishing them, and cures diseases of the
delicate organs. In brief, it makes weak
women strong; sick women well.
"Favorite Prescription” contains no
alcohol, neither opium, cocaine, nor any
" I have taken four battles of * Favorite Pre
scription ’ for female weakness and change of
life." writes Mrs. Lizzie A. Bowman, of New
Matamoras, Washington Cos.. Ohio. '’Before I
began taking it I could not do anything. I had
such pains in my head and in tne back of ray
neck that I thought I would lose ray mind. Now
I can work every day and do not suffer. I rec
ommend * Favorite Prescription ’ to all women
suffering in the period of change of life. It is
the best medicine I have ever found.*’
Every woman should send for a free
copy of Dr. Pierce’s Medical Adviser.
Send 21 one-cent stamps to pay expense
of mailing only for the book in paper
covers, or 31 stamps for cloth, to Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo,N. Y.
Tlie Georgia Tech.
Capt. P. B. Winn, B. S., C. E., of
Stnunton, Va„ has just been elected as
sistant professor in the Georgia School
of Technology. He, was educated at the
United States Naval Academy, and is a
graduate of the David Military School,
Winston, N. C. t and is a graduate with
two degrees, B. S. and C. E., from the
National Normal University, Lebanon, O.
He is the author of “Elementary Ex
periments in Chemistry,“ “Students’
Notes on Physics,” “Lecture Notes on
Electricity and Magnetism.”
He will live in the dormitory at the
school and will contribute a great deal
toward the successful management of
dormitory life among the students.
Prof. Winn comes to the institution
with the highest recommendations, and
brings to his work the experience of
many years of success in his profession.
The most noticeable change in the
school life at the Tech the coming year
will he seen in the management of the
dormitory and in the culinary depart
ment. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Crosby will
have charge of the mess hall work, and
they bring with them the results of
many years’ experience in their business.
Mr. Crosby was in charge of the Spa
restaurant in the Equitable building. At
lanta, and has been identified with cater
ing and hotel work for the past twenty
years. He has- entered thoroughly into
the spirit which animates the authorities
at the Tech, and his ambition will be to
give -the students the best possible board
for the amount of money paid.
All of the buildings and dormitories
have been thoroughly overhauled, and
not a day has been lost in putting every
available spot in order for the coming
By no means the least interesting en
terprise at the Tech is the cotton patch
in the rear of the textile building. The
cotton was planned in order to be an ob
ject lesson for the students who wflll car
ry the staple through the different pro
cesses of manufacturing, from the field
to i he finished product in high grade cot
While the Tech is not an agricultural
department of the educational interests
of Georgia, the success of the cotton
field will compare favorably with that
of any farm in the state. The stalks of
the staple measure over six feet in high/,
and many of them have fifty bolls to the
stalk. Later on the cotton from this
field will be gathered and prepared as
"Graybcarr] is a family medicine with
us,” sa'd a preminrnt business man yes
terday. “My wife takes it, and I notice
she is enjoying better health than for
years. The children keep well by taking
Grayb ard may be obtained at all and i g
stores or write to us for it. Respess Drug
Cos., sole preps.. Savannah, Ga.—ad.
"Anew lino ot eygant fire pr:of safes
from the large-t manufacturers in the
United States can be seen at Llppman
Bros., wholesa;e druggists in this city.
Price and qua ity will be of interest."
NOTICE TO DEBTORS
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY.—
Notice is hereby given to ail persons hav
ing demands against Rosa Green, late of
sai.l 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 paynftnt to me.
Savannah, Ga., July 20, 1900.
PATRICK O'CONNOR. Executor.
TO DEBTORS AND CRED
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY.—No
tice is hereby given lo all persons having
demands against Mary Ann Theus. late of
said county, deceased, to present hem 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 arc required to
make Immediate payment to me.
Savannah. Ga.. July 3. I9on.
JOHN J. BURNS, Executor.
; A PERMANENT CURE <
i of the mort obitlnate ca-scs of Gonorrhoea i
1 and (ileof., puttrantooil in from 3 to o |
! dftys ; no treatment required.
Sold hr all drugirlfta. (
Use flic f>r unnatural
rrltutiona or ul-prutious
>f mucous nirnibraijAf.
i’ainleou, and not aalna*
, gent or poisonous.
Mold by Druirrlnta,
or sent In plain wrapper,
hr espraea. pr**t*a,d. tor
•i m, or 3 hotll-K, L 7.
Clrcolrr on r
J. D. WEED & CO
Leather Belting. Steam Packing & Hose.
Agent. Ir NEW IOIIK HllWfcEh
BELTING AND PACKING COMPANY.
THE MOKNING NEWS: TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1900.
“JOHN K. U.” AWARE?—THAT IT IS
finger-ring-sale week at Fegeas’, 28 East
Broughton lialr. Jewelry and Shaving
Supply House. My sister got hers there
11 years ago and she has been happy and
lucky ever since. The ring to-day is as
good as new. Some of the prices I saw in
his window: Solitaire diamond ring, $5100;
plain gold band rings in the latest Tiffany
shapes from $1.50 to $15.00; ruby cluster
ring, $2.70; amethyst misses' ring, 98c;
baby’s ring, 49c. The size of my finger is
THE BARBERS* BIG PICNIC TO-DAY
at Lincoln Park, and a big cakewalk to
night. led by Mr. Jot' Brown. H. Ponder,
manager. Four big prizes given away.
N -TICE TO CONTRACTORS: PLANS
ond specifications for a school building, to
l>c erected at Statesboro, Ga., can be seen
at office of Mayor; also at office of the
architect, L*. F. Goodrich, August**. Ga.,
and at office of H. J. Lamar & Son*?, Mu
con. Ga. Bids for the erection and com
pletion of this building will be received
by the Mayor, until 6 o’clock p. m., on
Sept. 4. 1900. The right to accept or re
ject any or eli bids is reserved. Address
J. W. Wilson, Mayor, Statesboro, Ga.
'U~SHOULD - SEE~MILLER*S~FURNI
ture; newest styles for bedroom, dining
room, parlor, in oak, walnut and mahog
any; Miller’s prices and terms are rea
sonable. 207 Broughton, west.
TRY THE Mil K FROM 9PRING
fIeId Dairy. It s rich, pure and whole
some. There is non' 1 b tter.
“LADIES. SAFE ' HOME REMEDY ;
circular and particulars free. P. O. Box
30S8, Boston,' Mass.
~sl.oo FOR WO VEN WI RE COTS
while they last. C. P. Miller, Agent.
~U SHOULD SEE MILLER’S NEW
styles in carpets, matting, window shades,
art squares, rugs, lace curtains, etc.;
Miller’s prices and terms are reasonable.
207 Broughton, west.
FINE RICEFIELD LAMB AT “BA
ker’s,” every day; best of all other meals
' KIMBALL’S A N'T! - R HE U M A TI C
rings; thousands using them and all ben
efited. Gardner’s Bazaar, agt.
”lF _ ITS~RUGS YOU WANT, YOU CAN
get them cheaper from McGillis.
$1.48 BUYS NICE RATTAN ROCKERS,
ladies’ size; large assortment of rockers,
couches and easy chairs. C. P. Miller,
MING UP 2464 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.
"u’SHOULD SEE MILLER’S OFFICE
desks, office tables, office chairs, office
matting, office shades. C. P. Miller,
FLORAL DESIGNS. PALMS AND CUT
flowers, at Gardner’s Bazaar, agent for
U WILL SOON MOVE AND f WILL
certainly need something in my line;
17 will save money by trading with me. C.
P. Miller, Agent.
' M'GILBIS SEGLaAiNTY-rNCH"RUG9
—Bmyrna patterns—for 99 cents.
* SEE THE JEWEL STOVES AND
ranges for sale by J. W. Teeple; also
agent for Insurance gasoline stove.
BADIEfi. SAFE HOME REMEDY:
c-ircular and particulars free. P. O. Box
3088, Boston, Mass.
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. sl.
At Gardner’s Bazaar,
IS YOUR IRON SAFETFIRE PROOF?
Stiffel & Freeman have a standing offer
of SI,OOO for every safe of their moke that
does not preserve its contents. One safe
was in burning debris 113 hours. When
taken out, the hose hod to be turned on
it. When opened, not a page was dis
colored, not a rectord lost, not a dollar de
stroyed. If you want security, buy a
Stiffell & Freeman safe. C. P. Miller,
“ M'GILLIS' LACE CURTAINS WILL
beautify your parlor.
11~SHOULD - SE N D YOUR ORD ERS
for tuning and repairing pianos and of
gans to W. P. Manning, with C. P. Mil
ler, Agent; prompt attention to out-of
town orders. C. P. Miller, Agent.
— SPECIAL, - AN UNLIMITED' SUPPLY
of nice willow rockers; ladies’ size, at $2.
J. W. Teeple.
M'GILLIS MOVES; PACKS! SHIPS
and stores pianos and furniture: best work
only; no “Cheap-John” prices—no “Cheap-
IT SHOULD SEE Ml I.LER'S - STOVES
and ranges; the best makes at reasonable
prices. C. P. Miller, Agent.
WHEN YOU SEE M'GILLIS' SIXTY-
Inch 99 cents rugs, you will buy them.
Just can't belp It; will sell In odj quan
"FURNITURE MOVED WITH CARE,”
Is a specialty tvlth McGlllia.
U SHOULD SEND ME YOUR OR
ck-rs for upholstering parlor and dining room
furniture in leather, silk and other fab
rics, In the best manner; curled hair,
moss end cotton mattresses renovated;
all work well done and satisfaction guar
anteed. C. P. Miller, Agent.
PU LLE Y ~BELTSHSC, BTTCKLES, 10C;
aluminum shirt set, 10c, at Gardner’s Ba
OLD NEWSPAPERS. 200 for 2i cents, at
Rtialness Office Morning Netra.
LADIES! CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
Pennyroyal Pills are the best. Safe, re
liable. Take no other. Send 4c stamps
for particulars. "Relief for Ladies,” 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.
at once; state experience, salary, married
or singe, including rcler nces. Box No.
32, care tile State, Columbia, S. C.
WANTED. RELIABLE MAN AS
stenographer and clerk; give references.
Address Box 19, Morning News.
WANTED. TEN FIRST-CLASS BRICK
layers for work out of the city. Apply
at 12 o'clock Tuesday at Pulaski House,
Algernon Blair. t
MANAGER TOR BRANCH OFFICE
at Suvannoh by old established house;
salary 110 month, also liberal commission
on sales; JftO cash and references re
quired. Address Box 581, Philadelphia,
WANTED, CITY DRUMMER, WHO
owns or can furnish horse and wagon, to
sell ar.d deliver to grocers canned und
keg soda and two grades baking |ww/r;
price and quality sell our goods; pays
better than traveling; many of our men
clear over s!<>t per momh; must give
bond or pay cost of stock furnished. R,
T. Hoyal Boda Works, Loulavllle, Ky.
'WANTED. AT ONCE. SUPKKlN
tendent for large saw mill; none but tlrst
claes, with best references, need apply.
Address Ilox 65, rare Morning News.
IIK |,|* WA S TED—FI IM ALK.
1 '^vAvnuTT^riTrrTr"woman wTtil
out 11, ambiance; good home. Apply at
j once, 323 Wait Bolton treL
every town to sell the finest line of cam
paign novelties in the world; now is the*
time; over 100 per cent, profit; 3 samples
and catalogue 10c. Worden and White
man, Ypsilanti, Mich.
WANTED. HOME RESIDENT AGENT
(one who is well acquainted with the ho
tels. restaurants and fancy groceries) to
solicit orders during: the celery season;
good commission can be made for the
right party. Address Gold Medal Celery
Cos., Kalamazoo, Mich.
S2S’TO SSO DAILY EASILY"
our live agents, men or women, selling our
latest novelty, campaign waterproof neck
ties. Goods entirely new and patented.
Agents delighted. Sales unlimited. What
others do. you can do. Time is short.
Write to-day and secure exclusive terri
tory. Guaranteed best seller. Address,
with stamp, M. & M. Manufacturing Com
pany. Dept. C, Springfield, Miss.
■■■■■' ■ - ■—!
EMPLOY *IKXT WANTED.
sitlon as bookkeeper; 8 years bookkeep
ing and 1 year experience with credit of
Florida trade. Address A., this office.
”YOUNG~ MAN STENOGRAPHER
desires position, railroad preferred; expe
rienced; can furnish all references desired;
owns machine. Address Stenographer,
care Morning Nows, city.
o<l girl, positim as nurse or housegirl. 525
Charlton sired, east.
TWO-STORY HOUSE WANTED
(with lawn or garden preferred), In good
location. Address Good Tenant, this
BOOMS NY ANTED.
house, eouth of Gaston street; state price
and location. W. E. V., P. O. Box 335.
BOARD W ANTED.
board with quiet, private family, not over
$4.00 per week. Anxious, News office.
BOARD WANTE d7 GEN TLE MAN.
with wife and one child; will furnish own
rooms. Address Box 40, stating terms,
W AN TED—3IISCELLA N KOCS,
IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH
the milk you are getting, try Springfield
IF YOU WANT A PLACE* TO DUMP
earth, dirt. sand, manure, etc., free of
charge. Just at city limits, hauling over
hard rood, write or telephone Brown
Bros., corner Anderson and Easl Broad
FOR IIBNT- ROOMS.
FURNISHED ROOMS, MODERN IM
provements, south front. 126 West Tay
FL ITS FOR RENT.
on, the o( rner Jones and Lincoln streets
in beautiful condition, every eonv-nienee,
first-class or< er, de liable locality, right
rent to right tenant. Est. Salomon Co
hen. co'.n r West Broad and Broughton
~FC R REN T. H LEX JA N T PARLO R
flat of four room*, good locality, Liberty
street, west, with two large basement
rooms suitable for doctor’s office. Ad
dress Doctor. Morning News.
11l RENT, ON LIBERTY fITREET,
near the De Soto, a very desirable second
flocr flat of five rooms, with bath; refer
ences exchanged. M. TANARUS., News office.
"flat; SIX CONNECTING ROOMS,
wdth bath, first floor; Lyons block; suita
ble for any purpose. John Lyons.
v TO RENT. MY RESIDENCE AT ISLE
of Hope; it is furnished and has gas and
water; also the. cottage nearby, partly
furnished. J. H. Esfill.
~209 HENRY, WEST, OCT 1. APPLY
Room 9, Provident building.
FOR RENI ’ RESIDFJNCE 320~~BOL
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 TO AN ACCEPTABLE
party, my residence, northeast corner First
and Drayton streets. Apply C. W. Howard.
No. 202 Bay street, east.
HOUSE NO. 214 AND No. 216 WALD
burg street, west, between Barnard and
Jefferson streets; every convenience; first
olgps order and condition; right rent to
right tenants. Estate Salomon Cohen,
West Broad and Broughton streets.
“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, agen*.
FOft RENT. 516, 52S AND 530*'MONT
gomery, corner Huntingdon; 515 Bay,
east, and 420 Charlton, cast. G. H. Rems
hart, 1G Bryan, east.
TO RENT. DWELLING HOUSE, 120
Waldburg street, east; jKJssession at once.
Apply 113 Broughton street, west.
STORES FOR RENT—THE HAND
some double stores known as the Whit
field Building, situated corner State, Pres
ident and Whitaker streets; con bo rented
from October Ist; also the small annex
stores in r£ar. Apply W. M. & W. E.
FOR RENT, "STORED CORNER~JEF
ferson and Berrien; rent cheap. Apply i(C
Broughton street, west.
FOR RENT. store, in BROUGH*
ten street, caat; pcs**edition immediately;
ah o several d-slrable residences and
flats. Apply A. Wylly, 12 Br>an street,
FOR RENT; THAI DESIRABLE
store and warehouse formerly occupied
by George W. Tiedeman A Bro., corner
Bay and Montgomery street; In perfect
order and condition; right rent to right
tenant; possession can lie given Immedl
ately. Est. Salomon Cohen, comer West
Broad and Broughton streets.
Foil SALE—RIAL ESTATE.
place between Thunderbolt and Isle of
Hope, known as Wellington, will be gold
before the Court House door, at auction,
by Mr. Tuesday, Sept. 4, the
photographs of which can be seen in the
show windows of Messrs. Theus Bros,
and Ludden & Bates.
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 to first-class parties, who will mak*
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.
FOB RALE, LOTR ON NINTH, NEAR
East Broad, a* S2X) each; will soon be
advanced to $225; when a lot has been
paid for I can arrange to get a home
built. C. H. Dornett.
FOR HALE. LOTH ON NINTH STREET
near East Bfoad; no city taxes, at S2OO
each; *wenty-flve dollars cash, and easy
monthly payments. C. H Dorsett.
RESIDENCES AND BUILDING IjOTH
for i all o\r the city, Robert M
Tiitftn, real est*’.* d'U*r, No. 7 York
tsJll BALL—AiiStiiU.IaS3LOI 3.
WITCHHAZEL! THERE* 19 WlTCll
haztl and witchhazel. one is made to
cure; the other Is made to sell; put a
bottle of ours by the e-ide cf one of the
other kind; we give you all the quality
and all the quantity that your mcney en
titles you to—a pint for a quarter. Pcrsse’s
Drug Stcns, Henry and Abercorn, Whit
aker and Taylor.
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THE UNITED STATUS OF AMER
ioa, Kas ern Division. Sjiuhorn District of
Georgia.—Whereas, on tho thirto.nth day
of Augu.-t, 150*. Middle:<n A C >., a firm
doing business in New York, fiDd their
11 Del in the District Court of the United
St itts for the Southern District of Geor
gia against the Br. bark “Carl von Do
beln,” her brats, tackle, appan 1 and fur
niture and cargo, in a cause of contract,
c vil and maritime.
And Wheiaas, by virtue of process In
due form of law. to me directed, return
able on the twenty-eighth < ay of August,
190v‘. I have. kGz and and taken the said
Br. bark Carl von Dobeln, her beats, etc.,
and heve her and raid cargo in my cus
Notice is hereby given tha* n Distr ot
Court wifl be he and n the United States
court room, in the city of Savannah, Ga.,
<n tho 28;h day of August, 1!M)>. for the
trial of said premises, and the owner or
owners, and all persons who may have
or claim any imerest, are hereby cite.l
to be and appear at the time and place
aforesaid, to show cause, if any they
have, why a final dreree should not pass
' prayed. JOHN M. BARNES,
U. S. Marshal.
Crovatt & Whitfield. Siussy & Sattssy,
Proctors fur Libellant.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMFR
ica. Eastern Division. S -u hern District of
Geo gia.-Wh r' as, on the thirteenth day
of Angus**, 1900, S.u h Atlantic Towing
Company ct. ah, filed th*ir lll.t 1 in the
District Court cf the United States for
the Southern Disrrict of Georgia against
the Br. bark “Carl von Dobeln,” her
boats, tack’e. apparel and furniture, car
go, etc , in a cause cf salvage, civil and
And Whereas, by virtue of pro'ess in
due form of Pw, to me directed, returna
ble on the twenty-eighth day of Angus',
>9OO, 1 have seized aid ;ak*n the paid Br.
bark Carl von Dob. ln, her hr ms, e c., and
have her and paid cargo ln my custody.
Notice is her* by given, that a district
c urt will he held In the Unit and States
court room, in the city of Savannah. Ga.,
on the 28th day of August, 190), for the
trial of said rrembes, and the owner or
owners, and all persons who may have
<r claim any Interest, are herrby cited
to be and appear at the time and place
aforesaid, to show cause, if any they
have, why a fint-1 decree should n t pass
as- prayed. JOHN M BARNES,
U. S Marshal.
Garrard & M ldrim, Proctors for Libel
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDIT
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY
Notice is hereby given to all persons hav
ing demands against Lucinda Williams,
lite of said county, deceased, to present
them to m<\ properly made out. within the
time prescribed by law. no as to show
their character and amount; and all per
sons indebted tlo said deceased are re
quired to make immediate payment to rn
Savannah, Ga.. Aug. 13, 1900.
Care Denmark. Adams & Freeman.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDI
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY-NO
tlee is hereby given to all persons having
demands against (Mara M. Ellis, 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; nnd all persons in
debted to said deceased are required to
make immediate payment to m*\
CHARLES ELLIS, Executor.
128 Bay Street, east, Savannah, Ga.
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 nnd 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 llampion 1*
Kerrlll, ordinary for Chatham county, this
the *ixth day of August, 1900
FRANK K. KEILBACH.
Cler k C. 0., C. C.
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY.—
Notice is hereby given that I have made
application to the Court of Ordinary for
Ciiiuham county, for leave to sell lots
No* 57, 58, 59, 60. 61. and an Interest in
lot No. M. of h subdivision of East <*hlp
pewa on the Montgomery and Water*
road m, In said <ounty. belonging to estate
of L. M Warfield deceased, for the pay
ment of debts and distribution, and that
said order will )>c granted m September
term. 19u0. of said court, unless objections
*re hi*d thereto.
II C. CUNNINGHAM
Administrator, eta, Lsl L. M Was
AI'CTIOS S.YLI.B FL’TtllE DATS.
GOOD LOCATION AT AI CTION.
C. 11. DORSETT, Auctioneer,
Will eell on TUESDAY, Sept. 4. 1900. at
the Court House, during the usual hours
The western portion of lot No. 17 Gtl-
ward, situated on the southeast
corner of President and Arnold streets,
near the Tybee depot, and the improve
ments, consisting- of six one-story tene
ments, all tenanted.
* HA Hi \M SHERIFF’S SALE
UNDER and by virtue ol a tl. fa. issued
out of the Justice Court, First District,
G. M., by G. E. Be vans ex-officio Justice
of the Peace, Chatham county, Georgia,
in favor of S. L. vs. Jas:>er
vllle Land and Improvement Company
the following described property of the
defendant has Let n levhd on by H. T.
Beekett, Constable . f .Chatham county,
and the said fi. fa. has been place! in
my hands for advertisement an l sale to
wit: All chose lots of land situate and
Mrg in Chatham county, Georgia, and
known on the plan of Jaspervllle (being
a subdivision of lots number 19,20 and 21 of
'lie McLco.i tract) as to.lows: Lot No.
7, letter M; lots 13 and 4, letter K; lots
1,2, 3, 13. 14. 15, and eastern half of lots
3, 4. 5, 6. 7. 8. 9, 10. 11. 12. all in letter II;
and lot No. 17. letter D. all in Lazaron
ward, and lot 12, in letter G, Cob ti ward;
said lots and half lots having measure
ment ami bound ages as defined in Fail
map or plan of Jasperville, Slid lying
west cf the city of Savannah, Ga., be
tween Bay stre t extended, and cld wa'er
And I will ( ffer the said above described
property of the defendant Ja-*pervillo
I.aml and Improv in *nt Company for
fo’o at puhl'e outcry b fore the Court
House door <*t Chatham county In the city
if Savannah, Ga., on tlw first Tuesday
in Stptember, 19.0, durng the legal hours
of Fale. to satisfy said fi. fa. Defendant
cash, purchasers paying for titles.
THUS. J. SWEENY.
She: iff C. C.. Ga.
CHATHAM’S SHERIFF’S SALE.
UNDER and by virtue of a mortgage
ti. fa., issued out of Chntham’s Superior
Court in favor of John N. Geil vs. Mary
Stevans, I have levied upon the follow
ing described properly of the defendant,
to wit: All that certain tract or parcel of
land situate, lying and being in the Fifth
district, G. M., said county and state of
Georgia, containing sixty-one acres, more
or less, and fully described by a bound
ary as follows: North, by lands of
Chandler; east, by lands of Orr; south,
by land formerly a portion of rhe Catitl*
Park tract, conveyed by William Wilson
to A. L. Hartridge; west, by county farm,
and being th* same property conveyed
by George H. Millar on Oct. 25. 1893, 10
Louise M. Mll’ar, as appears by a deed
ami map recorded in Chatham county
records hook 7 Hs, folio 469.
And I will offer for sale at’ public outcry
before the Court House door of Chatham
county, in tho city of Savannah. Ga., on
the.FIRST TUESDAY IN SEPTEMBER.
the raid above d< scribe and property of
the s.dd defendant, during the legal hours
of sale, to satisfy said fi. fa.
Terms cash, purchasers paying for
titles. THOMAS J. SWEENY,
Sheriff C. C., Ga.
CITY SHERIFF*B SALE
Sheriff’s Oifi e. City Court of Savannah.
Savannah, Ga.. Aug. 7, 1900.
UNDER and by virtue of an i-xecutloYi
issuing out of the City Uourt of Savan
nah in favor of Reppard & Company for
the use of Franklin F. Jones against
Henry G. Walthour
I have this day levied uppn the following
described property as the oroperty 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 port 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 *1 U’s foiio 233; said lot num
ber seven being bounded east by lot num
ber six and west by lot number eight of
said subdivision; couth 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 fir sit Tuesday 19t;n (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
harif county, to satisfy said execution.
Defendant notified of levy. Property de
ecrlbed in execution. Terms cash, pur
chaser paying for titles.
E. J WHELAN,
Sheriff C. C. S.
" CITY MARSHAL’S SALK. ’
City Marshal’s Office,
Savannah, Ga., Aug. 14, 1900..
Under n resolution passed in Council
Aug. 8, 19t;0. 1 will offer for pub
lic outcry, in front of tho Court House,
in the city of Savannah, on TUESDAY,
the ELEVENTH DAY OF SEPTEM
BER, 190<>, between the 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.fi0.
Terms cash; purchaser paying for title
and stamps. JOHN POWER,
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ADOPTED.
Ex tract from the minutes of Council
meeting of Autr. 8, 1900.
By the Committee on City Lots—
Resolved, That the marshal of tho city
of Savannah Is hereby directed <o sell at
public outcry to the highest and best bid
ders, for cash, on Tuesday, the 11th day
of September, 19(A), and at 11 o’clock a. m..
city time, lots numbers tw'enty-eight (28)
and twen4y-nin‘* (Cft). In Thomas ward,
said city, he.onglng *o the cliy of Savan
nah. Upset price for lPt number 28,
twenty-five hundred (2,590) dollars; for lot
number 29, twenty-one hundred (2,100) dol- #
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AUCTION SALKS FUTURE DAYS.
TRUSTEE S SALL
Ry PLATSHEK dt CO., AUCTIONEERS
Under and by virtue of the power vest
oil In me as trustee under deed from
Stepney William**, to me os trustee, dated
the 11th day of March. 1898. and recorded
In Chatham county record3, book of mort
gages. 4 B’s., Folio 11, I will well at pub
lic outcry to the highest and best bona
fide bidder, before the Court House door
of Chatham county, on the first Tues
day In September. 1900, between the legal
bourn of sale, all of the following describ
ed property in said deed, to-wit:
AM ihut certain tract or parcel of land
and premises hereinafter particularly de
scribed. situate, lying and being in the
city of Savannah aforesaid, on the north
side of Hall street, continued eastward
from East Broad street, having a south
ern front on said street of twenty-five (25)
feet, more or less, with a rectangular
depth of seventy-one (71) feet, more or
loss—bounded north by land sold by
Charles Collins to D. G. Purse, eont by
a lot sold by said Collins to Phoebe Ann
Jenkins, tv est by land sold by said Col
lins to one Way, and south by
said Hall street extended, said trac*t
of land being in Atlantic ward, and
being the same tract of land conveyed
to Stepney Williams by Clara Williams, by
deed, dated June. 6. 3895. and recorded in
said county records l>ook 7 0., tolioa 295-5,
together with all the improvements ond
appurtenances belonging co said tract of
land, and ail the right, title, claim, de
mand. p** session and inPueHt of said
Stepney Williams at law, or In equity
! Terms, cash purchaser paying for title
and stamps. M. A. O’BYRNE.
ISAAC D. LaltOCltE. TruNice.
Under and by virtue of the power of
sale conferred upon me, as trustee under
the deed to secure debt, made by Benja
min Prezant 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 4th
day,) the following property, to-wit:
All that certain lot or parcel of land
lying and being in Chatham county, stato
of Georgia, nnd near the southern border
of the city of Savannah and known as
lot number sixty-eight (SS). SouthviUe,
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 sulKllvision of tne western portion of
lot seven* (7) of the original sitlxllvlsion of
Farm lots 7. 8, 9 and 10. Tyrconncl Tythlng,
Derby ward. Terms: Cash, purchaser pay
ing for stamps nnd deed.
ISAAC D. LaROCHE, Truste*.
I. D. LnHOCIfE, Inelloneer.
By virtue of an order granted by tho
Honorable Court of Ordinary for Chatham
county, Georgia, I will sell before thw
Court House door. Savannah, 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 nnd being In
the county of Chatham, said state, being
a part of lot number six (6) of the subdi
vision of the Placentia tract, lying be
tween the right of wav of the Savannah,
Thunderbolt and Isle of Hope Railway
and Williamson creek nnd excepting there
from a public roadway twenty feet (29)
in width, running from said right of way
to the creek, along the eouthern boundary
line of said property and the public road
leading up lo Taylor’s and back of tho
residence upon nald property, together
with the Improvements thereon. Terms:
Cash, purchaser paying for papers.
JORDAN F. BROOKS,
Admr. Est. Mary Playter, deceased.
’ BEAUTIFUL PROPERTY
FRONTING THE RIVER AT ISLE OF
HOPE, AT AUCTION.
V. D. LnROCHE, Auctioneer.
Under and by virtue of a decree granted
by the Superior Court of Chatham county,
Georgia, I will off. r tor sale at public out
cry, before the Court House door in al<l
county, on the first Tuesday (being th®
4th day), of September, 1960, if not pre
viously sold at private sale, either aa a
whole or by lots, the following property,
Ali those certain lots of land fronting
south on the Isle of Ho;>e river, being
subdivision of the Honaud property, as per
map made by Percy Sugden, C. K., May
Kih, 1896, and lettered A, B, C, (D having
been sold) and having respectively 52, 64
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 two years, ut 7 per cent.
Sale subject to confirmation of said
Court, purchaser to pay for stamp and
papers. JORDAN F. BROOKS,
Substituted Trustee Estate A. Bcnaud.
f. I>. LA IttH'IIK, 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 pole, before the Court House
door in Chatham county, Georgia, to the
highest bidder, on tH;SI>AY, the 4th day
of September, 1900, trn (10) acres of land,
on the Buckhnlter road, 275 feet wide,
and running northward 1,650 feet deep <m
one side and 1,900 feet on the other side;
bound*d .outh by the Buckhalter road,
cast by lands of Grimm, north by Belmont
tract, and west by lands of Geo. W.
Beckett, excepting three (.1) acres of said
tract, which pas heretofore been sold by
said Friday Mil en o Sarah Ann Black.
JORDAN F. BROOKS.
Administrator estate Friday Millen, dec’d.
IIY J. McI.AIGHLIN A NON,
On TUESDAY, 4th September, 1900, be
fore the Court House in the city of Sa
vannah. during the legal hours of sale.
By virtue of an order from the Honora
ble Hampton L. Ferrlll, Judge of the
Court of Ordinary, Chatham county,
Georgia, I will sell cHy of Savannah
bonds as follows:
One sr>oo$ r >oo bond, due 1913, numbered 16.
One SSO bond, due 1913, numbered 218.
One SSO bond, due 1913, numbered 218.
Belong to the estate of Mary Shea ban
and Josephine Shea ban, minora, for the
purpose of distribution.
Guardian of 'Maty and Josephine Shea
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