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WILSON PUT ON THE STAND.
CAPTAIM OF Till' ill.l > TFtTIFIF-l>
ag a n%ni(is.
■•lnn of Hit* (irHrral Fourl-Hur
tlnl llrgnti nt H O'clock iml Was
%ni C onclulr<l I mil \eurly 9ilft
nliilil-l'lrn of JiirUillrlloi' Made
b> (apt. I own lor the Accuse*!
WM • \( *USf Ule|—- llwfll
rIMM IlHorcn the .limliic Athuralr
amt € naaarl ua*l Many Ob|rrlln*
tillered—Mmrp Wnnli Were Km*
|lo> r.l by 4 apt, 4 Mint •uni Cu|H.
The auUrnet that gathered in the com
pany quarter* of the R* publican Blue*
Um ntirht for the procee ling# of the gen
ami court-mnrtiai had to wall some time
before anything of extraordinary interest
tlfviloptd. hut thopf in M*arch of the sen
aatlonal found whnt they were looking
for before the session map concluded, and
tell somewhat repaid for the rati ■ r
dreary prologue to which they had to sub
The trial of Cor pi. R. 8. Harris of the
Republican Blues was continued. Th**
full court was present. l,leut. Col T. 8
Wylly, Jr., presiding There wp dt
tlnctly a military air about the proceed
lng*. ihe mpmlfri of the court, the Jude**
advocate. Lieut. David C It * row. the
rotmsel for the defendant, Cupt. J. Kerris
Cann. and many others, being in uniform.
Detailed to preserve order In the court.
Corpl. Thompson and Private Hermann
of the Cadet* and Private McCabe of the
Oglethorpe* mood at Attention throughout
the proceeding*, which w re lengthy. th*
court sitting at s o' lck and not adjourn
ing until IFF*
Immediately after the court was called
to order. Cap!. Cann, on leh*lf of his
client, entered a |lea of Jurisdiction, as
"First. By hi* failure to enlist for the
term of two year- ,i required by the
Georgia Inw- t>' IM* hi' th*-t* enlistment
for one year • I by operation of law.
nnd he whouUl have Iteeii drt :*ed from
the rolls of Company M I*l Inf (5. 8 T
r**i he was not legally an enlied man of
raid company at the um* s the offense*
are alleged to have tw-en commit I**l, nor
tw he at the present tins
"Second. That under the military law
of the state of Georgia, aptrovd 0> l '•'
1919. he 1s noi amenable to trial by a gen
eral eouri-m r ul. for th* offer -. *• .li
ed to have been committed bj him. hut
can only tx punished ..* jr rIM In th*
rules of th* comtMny r b ittabon.
"Third. That no statement of service
accompanied said charges when prefern I.
nor when sent to Judge <lve< ate. which
la a neccsuary isirt of the proceeding#
"Fourth. Tha' said charge- hav* not
been pr-operly referred for trial lothls bon
ora Me court. the same having been re
ferred by the Inspector general, and the
ptate regulations require that alt commu
nications be made through the Adjutant
"Fifth That at the lime the offenses nr •
alleged to have Is-* n committed this -
fendrnt was t>t under order*, nor per
forming any duty required by the state
laws or military regulations, but was on
a pleasure trip.
"Wherefore, this defeniant submits to
this honorable court as to whether h*-
•hall be required to plead to said charge-"
The Judge advocate ma*l* answer to the
fea. and the court retired to and liberate.
2t*ttiming from the withdrawing room
after ium minutes, the pr si dent stated
that th*- pl* had i**en denbd. t apt r*,nn
aek*d that hs ex*option to the ruling
Mr. Harrow called upon he Accused to
Aland tip, but was Interrupted by th**
opp.slrg counsel In fore he coti’d discov
er what answ.r Corpl Harris mad* to
the charg* Cupt farm d* to strike
the first charg* of leltg absent from the
compary withou leave, on the ground
that there is no such offense laid down
In the military regulations; Also that the
fourth charge of Instil* rdinatlon be
umi k on wmiltr groun .s a uiearch of
the regulation# bavin*. failed to dls over
upy such *ff*a<s* To fhl** motion, the
Judge udvoate made gnawer. the court
ret ire 1, ret urn* and and nnno.im* and that the
pwnicn of Cupt. Cann had le n over
Heading the four charges of absence
from the company without leave, curs
ing a superior officer, being drunk and
At- >rdej 1) and Insubordination. th.' Judg*
advo**at* then asked the accused, who had
beeti directed to stand up. to answer a* !
to his guilt or innocancc To each of the
charges the corporal mail* th* reply that
be was not guilty.
Testimony wan to h* taton tton. nn<l
th* ftrat witnm for Ito Mat**. ('apt. M
Kd. Wilson of the KcpuiilkNn Bln**, a.so
th* proset'utor. w caltoi He wa* *w.*rn
urul his rvlikn>* wax thooßh very
plowly. First on* m 1 then the <>th*r of
tto o|H’o*tiifi kiwy* ir* would intrj>. • an
objection to a question, so that Cap; Wil
son occupied the witness* chair for more
than an hour without tonclutUng hi* t**s
tlmoii> Indeed, when the urv for ad
journment cam**. It wh* stated that a con
siderably longer while would to m<*"-
eary to complete the crow*-*lamination of
the contain. This. too. after an ex
pression from the jud* advocate during
the day mat he ihouabt it probable that
he might to able to conclude taking the
testimony of all thirteen of the state’s
wltwnvM* during the session
After bringing out th** aulattance of the
state* charges of the nru*ed having
been drunk and dlsonlerly on May 31.
last. In LiOUisvllle and the profane hn
guag* he waa lleg**i lo have employed
In speaking to ('apt. Wilson, the judge ad
vocate finished with the witness, and
C'apt. (’ann began his cross-examination
The very fln*t question caused some
moments of hesitation on the part of the
witness, and an appeal to the court for
h!s protection wrns made by tlie judge ad -
vo'ate and overruled, ('apt. Cann ro
sented n paragraph of the regulations to
('apt. Wilson and demanded to know
whether he was familiar with It before
leaving with ha* comi*any for the trip
lo Lnulxvill*. Finally. C'apt. Wilson ad
mitted that w> waa nt perfectly familiar
with It. What the paragraph was was
never made known to the court, hut was
held in reservation by ('apt. Cann. who
will probably • mploy It in his argument
Then the question as to who had paid
Corpl Harris’ fore to louisvlbe was
raised. Capt. Wilson said the company
ha*! kne so. Capt. Cann brought out by
cross-examination. In explanation, that
h pass made out for Corpl. Harris, woo
whs an employe of the Central Kallrond.
t;ad ton secured for him ss far as At
lanta. wad that It va* upon thie that lie
had trawed. Copt. Wilson explained that
It was through i deni he had made with
the railroad that he was able to wcurt
Objection to this question was made bv
the judge advocate, but the question wns
a<lmitted. an had b*f'n * preceding one ns
to who had p.WI the fare, to which th*
Captain t answer had been. * The com
panv." as he l*oll that the coniimny had
really secured the |w*e. which w * n
equivalent to Its having paid the fare.
Mr. Barrow had maintained that there
was absolutely no relevancy in the ques
tions. but Capt <*mn declared that it was
his purpose 10 show that the charges had
been Instituted against his client purely
In malice on the part of Capt. Wilson
He displayed a hid against Harris and
askej Capt. Wilson to identify It. which
he readily did Cepi. Wilson was also
asked to Identify an attachment suit, the
one he had sworn out against Harris aft
er the return of the Repub l n Blues from
lgwilsvllie to recover the sli he was al
leged to be due the company. Capt. Wll-
CCor.tlnued on Third I'egs.)
It %• H FH<%fl MV BAHIA.
Mr. Hehne'a I mpresslnn of the
French Capital nntl the K%piiitln.
Mr Wm. Kehoe. accompanied by Mrs.
Ki hOf, irtumed yesterday from Europe,
j Mr KeftOA looks well, and says the trip
.Improved hi* health. 11* visited Ireland
ifid spent sever I day* with relative* ll*
was In England some time, and then went
|*o Baris IF s iys tie . xi*os t'* n Is a
great show The American end of It Is
•ill that hi expected And hfta expect#-
I lions were not small.
"our building Is in' what ft should
I have been. * ons.d* r.ng the amount of
in ny • sprnded in Ia construct ban," said
1 Mr. Kohoe. *Vflll It seems to answer the
j purpose. Out* exhibit Is grand and vast,
and even surpasses* th- original Inten
! t on* Tlie Am r.cnn dtafilay of mo hir.ery
j is a great featur* of th* eg|*og|t|on.**
! 8 pea king of the exposition in a general
way. Mr Kehce -aid "There is an cg
| hit it <f • v<** ytfiing, ev* n to baby In* üba
t rs " Hut b* English t** |d do not Ilk*-
'it Ah uf the hr‘t thing 1 noticed u|on
•rriv|u: in l.<eion wa- the free and
i a Ivers* criticism < f the French and tistr
Ig. at *h w The l/xxksi 8t ind.rnl ha I
• ven ktig ellto. las <!*.< rlptlve of the
- *rea and pi tur. eque Irelaml—all for the
ptirp e*> of k< • ping th*' p --ple at home.'
Burls. Mr K*b.*e was led to be.leve,
is a p.acc where one simply has to arand
ad and Jlv* r. Kverythtim < oats, he mi il.rni l
ost. l*\■•:>'. In London h os*erve.| that
the expense of staying is by n nminn
small, and he appreh nle*l a greater out
lay in the French capital. "But I did not
find it so. ‘ he -.il l. "To my surprise we
live! ehoioor In Barts tli#t we did in
Lti don \\ * got the sam* accomnx dation
and -ervlcc. *r If ih*rv was a dlff*rence
it tin in favor of Bails."
‘ln Fond n s*ft i Mr. Kehoe. "the tip
ey-t.m I* complete and eostly If one got
up to have th* table a! a hotel without
tipi lng th* waller, that functionary Im*j
tul s-ks, 'Have you forgotten your wait
er. sir " >r If ore takes a cab. and. af
t**r paying the fare, does not drop a ape
rial < in in o th* purse of cabby, he
low in*) ..ska, You haven't forgotten
the driver, have yo, sir?’ The young lady
wlm h ate one in the theaur and hands
t • programme at itv-Is for her two*
i**u .. and sr.mda until she gets It. Kven
t*. . | rkw In the h tel. 4 xfM-ci th*lr tip
In Baris Mr K hoe met n thing of the
kind. H* >avs that the pres, nt an l per
K* giish hay* t ’ward the French acd their
cxp Aiisra no doubt from the atti
tu*b* of France in the Boer war. Htlift.
t(ib d'*e< lot appioir to b** causing the
npixltion peofde any sleepless nights.
n and the i U show goes smoothly on. in
pr .-***.ng the world of the *woiirr ftiln*-*%
. f the Fr* n di, anl of th*ir ability t*
carry t* a successful close, the grea’eat
sh< w of rnoikin tinns
A%M> lliovb NKM t llOftMVil.
Fifty will Have to Grade Down
Afreets to |*rofeet Its U orl*.
Bouthslders t*r** greatly pleased with the
brick crossings the city is now putting
down at different streets. In most cases
the walks are wide and roomy enough
for several persons to pass without hav
ing to yield the walk.
It Is noticed, however, that the walks
will soon Is* hurled at some of the in
tersections unless the streets are graded
down. The workmen have, noticed this.
For Instance, on Second street, near Bar
nard. It was nere-s.ry to put the cross
ing. which is twelve feet wide, several
Inches below the surface of the street in
order to bring the walk to its proper ele
vation ITnies* the street Is graded to
its proper level on either side of the
crossing, wagons will soon plow enough
sand on th*' crossing to cover If. Thor**
who have not*. < and this understand that It
is the Intention of The city *Mhorltles to
grade the streets down, at least, enough
to protect the new crossing*.
(dUVKL G\ CiWHdKTT ffTNRBT.
City llill llmt it Paved Hnl to tlie
(fWlrmett street, from where the brick
paving ends nt Cemetery etreet to the
water-works, is being hardened with Au
gusta gravel. This Is an improvement
that will be appreciated by thoxv who use
A further improvement and one that
won I*l to of great benefit to truck far
mers along the line of HprlngMeUt planta
tion. would be the hardening of Btllea
ivenue, which would g‘ve a hard rosd
wjiv to the Ocean Bteamship Company's
wharves. nnd also a ontlrniou
) trdened ihrlveway through Own
nett. street. chiles avenue. the
Augusta road. and Bay street. Tne
section of country embraced by these
road*, is one contlnous truck garden, and
what ban been already expanded by the
city nnd county in improving the road
ways. has a.Pled largely to the develop
ing ami value of the adjacent lend.
VFATKIII) % % MIT MS WARM.
Tlm* 'lon ill Prnhntily \mnnu the Hut
test and llr>est on llreuril.
August ckse*l 11.1 degrees ahead on tetn
perature and short nearly (1 Inches of ram
The maximum t* ni|* raturo yesterday
was K( degrees, this bring only the fifth
time during the entire month that It has
been less than degree*. The minimum
was 70. The mean for the h*y was TH.
which Is the normal, oik! leaves the exceaa
heat for the month at the same point
reached yesterday. 113 degree*.
The rainfall up t< 8 o’clock amounted to
>2 of an Inch, but another .01 fell before
10 o’clock. This reduced the shortage for
the month to 6.73. and the year to 9.04.
While th* record for the month ha* not
yet been made, out It Is thought that
when completed It will show it to have
been one of the hottest ami dryest alnce
the establishment of the bureau.
The state forecast for to-day and to
morrow Is ’ showera ami thumb reform-;
with light*to fresh winds, mostly north
>ih. 40m:pii ?. •**. imtnotH iik U).
The Funeral Will Take Plaer This
Ifternnnn at Saered Heart f tiureli.
Mr. Joseph S F. li.triiour died at 10
o'clock la*t night nt the home of his
brother, Mr. R. T. Harbour. No. 41* Hall
*tr" t. east. Mr. Barbour was si. k stout
two month* prior to his death. The last
three weeks he spent In the Bt. Joseph s
Infirmary, and was removed from there
to his brother's home only yesterday
Mr. Barbour was In the grocery bu*l
n->. conducting a store at West Broad
nnd Henry streets, lie was unmarried,
and his only surviving relatives In this
city ar* hi* mother. Mrs. R. Barbour, and
hi* brother, at whose house he died.
The funeral will take place this after
noon at 4 o'clock nt the Sacred IK.isi
Church. The burial will be made in Lau
rel Grove Cemetery.
•‘lfnngsr I* fhe Best tnnrri"
Yet tome pecple arc never hungry What-
Thera Is. of course, someth ng wrong
with these people By taking Hood’s Sar
as pail la a short tlma thy are given an
appttlta ar.d then thay enjoy suing and
nourish'• thm If >.u find your
aprotlte (ailing, just try a bottle of
Hood's. H It* a true stomach tonic and
every dose dto* goad.
The best family cathartic U Hood's
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1900.
WILL FIGHT TO THE END.
ghf.f.m: %\i> run uayaon* will
01*1*0*F RKMOV %L TO %\A>\%M.
District % f tnru*y Fro In Itegards the
Grant of the \|tp!lrallen for a
\\ arrant of fttcniovnl ns Incvitn
hlr. bat llcHevcs That After If
llns Hera l*rnotel \\ rll#. of Habeas
t orpus and tuber l.eaal Mrsss
D lu> Will be Itrsrte| to l> the
llefeudo n Is—4 ase In >o • !%•*•
fret v|io|m— ft.% lilenee <f Weateotf
Una Sensational, but \t Aeedcd.
District Attorney Marlon Krwin was
' one of !he passenger* aboard th Savan
nah llnr City of August, from New York
j l ist night The Augusta reach* I her
.o. kai ont 11 o lock, but If wan an hour
later b* fore Mr. Kiwln bad b on regis
tered at the I u ask! Il.*u*e and could he
seen by m r* pres r.tattve of the Morning
The first question he was asked, of
; course was in reference to fle Invea iga
! ti**n row f ndmg I e fore Cos mail*# loner
Shields in N w Y'ork. having for Its |ur
i* se the removal of Green* and the ta>-
nors to Savannah, to answer th.* indict
j tne ts prefarre-l against th*m by the
grand Jury of the United States District
('ourt. Mr Krwin eaid there was noshing
) that could pr |* rl> !o* given to th** pub
lic that bad n t air* ady l>cen handled by
| th* ntWsp.|X*r* during the course of the
invusfig •;ft- r However. In the course of
his talk wl h h*' Vlorr.ittff News rei*>rter
bn made s me mt* t* sting atalcmcnts of
f.ct and opinion tearing upon the case.
"When we found out from Judge
Brown's decision," said Mr. Krwin, "that
it would by necessary for us to make
proof of prohubl* <-au*e of guilt of the
ii*eused. Ix fore the commissioner in New
V'ork. in order to secure their removal
to Savannah. I determined to do this
thoroughly, so that there could l*e neither
cavil nor well-founded objection to the
application for the grant of the warrant
"I think this has been done. The vari
ous stei* in the conspiracy have been
taken up s**rlatim. and the proof that
has teen presented to the commissioner
is in such *hr|*e that It does not adm't
of denial. Home time the defendants
must come to Savannah to stand trial,
but Just when this will be It would lx*
to predict "
Mr Krwin said the prosecution Inter
j posed no objt aion to the application of
the defendants for n pow'ponemrnt of fur
ther proceedings until Sept 27. In* luded
In the evidence that he had placed before
the eommlssloner was a large amount
that was documentary, and counsel for
the defense desired time to examine these
accounts and to prepare evidence In re
buttal This request fr**m counsel. Mr
Krwin was not disposer! to opt***#
The dintrl* t attorney said he did not le
-lleve that any very great amount of time
would be consumed In the further exam
ination before the commissioner, after it
is resumed on 8* pt. 27.
"But this h* true." he added "I am con
vince*! that the defendants, even after the
grant of an order of removal, will exhaust
♦•vary legal n.eana of preventing or i*wt
porting t h-~ir dr par tups from New York
n*i their coming to Savannah. Writs of
AfthcA* corpus will be sworn out and ev
ery legal prisqii that promises delay will
be resort 'd to by their counsel. lam as
sured ihr.t this Is Hk- course they will fol
low. Indeed. I have had an Intimation to
this efTect fn>m a source altogether relia
ble However, brought to Savannah ulti
mately. they must and will be."
Mr Krwtii Mid that the evidence in the
•ase was now in such complete an*l per
fect shape that no combination of circum
stances. however adverse, could interf* r*
with Its proper presentation to the court
and Jury hv whom the defend ante will be
tried. Kv* ehouid (lUtt a c.iang* tn
the personnel of the prosecuting officers,
he did not think that anv serious incon
venience woukl result The only remain
ing question. In Ills opinion, is one of time
"The evidence given by Mr. West cot t.
rapt Carter's father-in-law." mid th*
district attorney, "was interesting iird
important, ond its effect sensuitlonal. but
It was not needed. Without anything h
had to mv the case would have been Jiim
s conclusive ns It Is to-day. The proof
of the time, place and circumstances *f
♦he division of the gains of the cons pirn *v
was the last essential link in the chain
Mr. Krwin was asked If he had heard
of the suits that had l*een died against
Barter. Greene nd the Gaynors by
Michael A Connolly, one of the defen
dant* indicted with them. In which Con
nolly claim** something more than
to be due him for various services render
ed the defendant, chief among which it*
said to Ite the collection and arrange
ment of evidence In suits by or against
them The district mtarney. to this ques
tion. replied laughingly tht he had heard
that the suits had been filed, but thnt this
was all that he knew about them When
asked iM to the status of Connolly's case,
he would not say more than that the |n
dlctmen against him was still pending,
thus having unqtiMrd the somewhat
prevalent umor that Connolly is to be
come a witness against the other defend
n.UMKD \ HOW IN ( 111 HT.
Illnna nnil K)lvln UmiTn l 9 „nllirl
for f>nlr,n|il b> .Imlu— \ornnml.
Tlh> "urtpinn ami illlmr nrvl Ki'anhlns
of irr - h" that follow, and Ju<ljir Norwood'*
Inlll.-iion of *rntrnro In thr C’lty Court
ymiorday inornliiK. r.sulUd in Iho pun-
of thr lo i.'.-n of iho ohoru* for
contempt of court.
Three ti. nro hnjr*. Willie Prrovpn.
Al.ram Wllllent* and Joseph ilroen. *'r..
broiiaht t>. fore Judpe Norwood, at hi* reK
uln eel> criminal * n-toii on yester
day. lo im.’r a ehare of m.ilirlou* nil*-
ehlef. prefened by one of the Plant Hyr
liin delectlvew It was alleged that the
hoy* had !•••• n ftuiltv of throwttiK rook*
at a pa**lnx train of th.- *y*tem, bmik
tnK the window* of some of the car* and
• lolnx other and further damafte. The
evluenee airali *i them wi* eonelulve
and Judge N. ro.d aeniem-ed I hern to
l*av a tin* of |Mi and cos'* or to *erve
iwelv* month* on the county chaln-
Then eame the row Th. mother and
*ller of the Bcreven hoy had been Inter
.*(! hn~e*e* of the proe.fdna* and
when they heard the *entence of Iho court
pronoun, el. Ihe fountain.', of the r tear*
were opened and their vole.-* lifted in
lamentation They rushed cut of the court
ro. m howlliiK nn.l *'res rain*, until, from
a* far north a* lirnughton etreet and a*
far *>uth a* O*lethorpe avenue, wonder-
In* crow I* cf men and boy* ru*he<l up
to *cr what wa* the trouble. Without
h ivtoK.teen < n the spot ll I* era re* poe
eliile lo real ae th* amount of nolee and
eonfuilon that the two women *ucced*d
i : pioducln* or Ihe deep dleappdlitmetnl
Of the crowd that gathered, only to ttnd
out thot no rloi wa* In procre *
The two women w. re arrested and ear
rio! before Judge Norwood The elder.
Diana Screven, wa* given two month* on
Ihe chain-gang for h-r share in th* .11 w
turbane*. whll* the younger wa* let off
with thirty day* In Jail and a lecturo.
Pine Tar Company Incorporated.
Judge Falllgant paraed an order In the
Superior Court yetterday. Incorporating
the Pin# Tar Chemical Company for n
period cf twenty year,. The company
ha* a pald-tn capital of |l*.ooo, and an
authorlred capital of half a million. Its
principal huelne** will be to manufac
ture and deal In pitch, tar. aplril*. roatn,
rurr-nlio* and their prod net a.
\KW Ml Lt£ A 1.1. MIGHT Ait FAIL
Sanitary Inapprtnn Ilf gin Urk of
liuhircing Gnrhau** Ordinance.
Bp-ciil Inst ructions w*r ghen th*- san
itary inspector* yesterday In regard to the
new garhag ordinance, requiring house
holditi to p.ace their garbage I arrels in
the lane# or at convenient punts near
th entrant*- wh r** th-ie are n*> lane*.
Several thousand pamph •(*, containing
th** ordinance in larg t>|>e. were furnlsh
•*! to the Inspectors for distribution in
making thlr rounds.
"How Is the garbage ordinance work
ing'' Pr* to Ga ;* !fn *f the public
Wi rk. was ask*-*l.
"Lis*' a aim.* be r. pH and "We are
b\lng no trouble at ail. and the ordl-
an< * Is being gen rally observed In
fa t. lii the enuin msderc* sect In cf the
city the suggestion Hint h*r * Is ahould he
place*) m life lat.es outsid' the gates In
order to fa- illtate th* work <-f tlw de
partmert was gene* ally eomplfbd with
without waiting for tin piasage of th**
ordinance. Our trouble. If any. will be in
♦be Mcticna on the eastern and western
si • n of the city."
No complaints, the director raid, have
be n rvcetved from property owners, a*
to tie manner of enforcement of the ordl
"Walt a w*ek and w wll tell you
more a,hrut It," sai*l a sanitary lns|*octor,
who was ask**! how th*’ new ordinance
was working "It Is not K:ng to he all
Mixoth silling Already there have been
complaints of harr 1* sioieti at and overturn*
• 1. As the hrdiday season
these comi 1 tints will b multiplied. With
people who have servants to gather up
and <h t osti gaihagc In th** barrel 4 In the
lap. s there will he little trouble, it must
b * remernlx r and. h *w* vrr. that the major-
I y of fiimilie-* m th** city do their own
p e to be com|e led to place the garbage
In ih* lanes. Ins;* ad u# bnvlng the scav
enger men come int the yards after It
This I- especially the case where there
r* half a dosen to a down houses lo
cated In short lares and blind alleys In
there the ordinance require* th*-
people living in the alleys to have a suit
a*e recrptuclo at th i*oint where th*'
alley entr* the stret anl to *b |ssit all
their garhag*> (here. In some cax*n this
mean* a walk of rwa ly . bb ck It will
la difficult to enforce th ordinance In
such caaes However, af er w k ex
|x*rlence we will kiM>w more about It.
The scavenger wagons I* ve th*- city
lot between ♦ and in the morning In
order to reach their districts by 7 o'clock,
by which time the garisig* Is required t*
ts- in readiness for them Asa matier of
fact th*- day has not begun with a large
proportion of the population at that hour
and the servant* have hardly arrived op
en the premise*. As it takes the wagon*
some time t*> make their rounds, how
ever. the householders are allowed ; con
siderable margin as to Jim* In fact. **>
long as the spirit of the ordlnan t* l-com
plied with, it Is not likely that the city
will be exacting ns to the b^ur.
TVUftCI) THRKR 1.l > ATIFA.
Ilrhrrrs Itrow n I Xsrlia ru**d Itecanse
nf Her Phynleal Condition.
Three all g'*l lunatics had their montol
corrlltfton examined at the county Jail
ye*terdu\, two of whom were found to
he Insan** and order, and sent to th* state
sanitarium 'I he thirl. Rebecca Brown,
was g ven her liberty
Rebecca Is the woman who created such
a disturbane* lit the office of Clerk Kell
i Hi b. cf tlx* Court of Ordinary, a week
or two since, on which o cation she made
an armd assault u r on officer Galllari
wi h a paper knlf*. It t->ok the combined
cHforts of three men to Induce her to de
sl-t from her attack U|*on the colored
bailiff, and iwj or three di>>‘ confine
ment in Jail t stop th - f*ow of her pro
faidiy. that was then begun
Tlx* c**rflt'.oAte of Dr. 4*hlsholm. the
county physb lan. stated, however, that
the woman wi* In a *rl leal state of
h*alth and that her condition demanded
the tnd*re*t aid most cireful treatment
On this c-r*lhcate and the promise of
her hiishai.d that he would *• e to it that
Ms wife was tenderly and w. II looked
after and niven medial attention, Iho
Jury gave her release* from custody
The other lunatics trhd were Nat Haw
kln** and IV*er Blair, hth colored. The
jury found thm insane and directed that
they he sent to the slat*' sanitarium, and
there cor.llne*! until their tn-ntal balance
has been r- vtor and.
GF.TTIM- Mil) OF THB HKBIB.
Ontral and Seaboard Companies
Have Forces at Work.
It Is probable that a large percentage
of ihe owners of vacant lots In the city
will proceed ro comply with tto* ordinance
requiring the removal of weeds without
waiting for the city to enforce this work
at their expense. Many Inquiries have
been made nt the health office a* to the
requirements of the ordinance, nnd the
proper steps to he taken to comply with
It. indicating n readiness to do so.
The Ontral of Gronria Railway and th
Seaboard Air Line have lo!h set exam
ples In this respect. Ixdh corporations
hiving large forces of hands engaged in
cutting nnd removing the weeds from the
extensive tracts of lands owned by them
west of the city. The work Is being very
thoroughly done, and in addition, (he
ditches through the railroad lands are be
ing cleaned out at the same time.
Fieri iiit or Ki-cninr*.
Likenesses of Urn. Anderson nnd
( apt. Green Received by Mipf.
Pictures of Gen. Robert H. Anderson
of the Savannah police force, were turned
over yesterday to MuJ. Screven. *up< rln
tendent of police, by Mr. W It. IVder,
who has charge of the affairs of the
The pictures were found by Mr. Pitder
In the residence of the late C'upt. Green
on York street. The picture of Gen. An
derson Is a large one. n handsome piece
of work, and I- considered g*od like
ness. Capt. Green’s picture ts of smaller
also, bin Is a good likeness. Th** pic
ture* will be hung upon the walls of the
superintendent’s office and will to a very
desirable addition to the gallery already
2ND IHPTItICT MAGISTRACY.
Joint Committee Will Select Candi
Th* question whether Mr. Lacey Mell
or Mr F. 8. VanCJlesen will oppose Mag
istrate I Nathan* (or the magistracy of
the Second Militia District will probably
be eetile.l within a very few .lay*. Two
parties, one *epresenting VanGi.n.en, ..nd
the other Mell. w.U select a chairman to
dty for the Joint Committee of twenty
four. which will determine, hy ballot,
which of the candidate* wtll mike the
Mr Nathan*, th* present Incumbent of
th* offt.'*, who 1* a candidate for re-elec
tion. •*> hel* not worried over the out
look: that It I* too early to talk yet. hut
when the election t over hi* opponents
will know that he ha* been In the race
Don't forget to take a few bottle* of
Cook's Imperial Extra Dry Champagne
with you on your summer outing*.—ad.
The riant System excursion train to
Charleston leave. Savannah at (.X a. m
Sundays; ticket* are aokl at ocs dollar for
th round trip —ad
MOVING FOR DEEPER WATER.
MAYOR MYBRf AIBKICIIVG AKGI
WRIT A\D AT %TIATI4 A.
ICatlrMl and 4 umnirrHal latereats
( ailed I pon fnr Riiilenrr Aftiovr*
Isk the Nerd of a 4 liannel of
or : Feet in Heptli and for Fig*
area to support Hit* t lain*—Aoroe
Aery Anflfa*forx Replies Mereftved
unil \aluahlr liif or ion f Inn Prom
la-d— Hepllea and Atatlatlra Will
be l*ulillalied In l*niuphle( Form
for lae of ( onunltlrr to be Ap
Mayor Myers has begun his movement
in behalf of deeper water for Savannah
in an earnest practical manner. The May
or believe* that deeper water is a necessity
for the further growth and progress of
the port, and he believes (hat the people
m<l the business men r*|avially realise
this fact. He further believes that the
authorities at Washington are convinced
I of the desirability of deeper water at Sa
vannah and thnt M Is only necessary to
present the question to them In the proper
light to secure their co-operation and as
Hhortiy after his return from New Y’ork
Mayor Myers sent out letters to the rail
road ofTI dal* and to represent a ti\ e# of
(he varimm vommerclal Interests request
ing statistical Information hearing on this
question This was not a formal circular
letter, a *p •••al request being sent to each
corporation or body addre>d.
In rp*aking of the matter yesterday.
•be Mayor said that his ohject Is to ae
cii > beth fa- 1 a and statistics which can
tw* u*ed a* arguments In *up| ort of the
pe * for deeper water Th* railroads and
tie c* mmerc.al Interests add res ed wore
teqio*tiH| t give thGr views upon th**
que*‘ion of Savamaih's ne* i of a channel
( to 90 Let of and pth to (he sea and
t* give their rxuftofis In support of such
;i n and. In brief, whether an Increased
depth of the channel would give an In
' e.>ol eomrmr.r In wiiat linos and to
w hat 4 xtotit ih s increase might ho ex
|w*trd. wheth*r (he deepening of the
channel by fabling larger vessels to en
ter the port, would mean lower freight
rute.4 itf>on commotitles ehi|pei übroH*i
and the offset of such lower rates upor
the c mmsree of the port
‘ -VI tie mil avion* show." raid Mayor
Myers, "that tilts r untry is assured of
i largr foreign business In iron i oal and
g aln This husine-a must he <1 ne largely
throigb (he Atlintic peris The d* man !
air**ad for Amerlran cral ond Iron is al
ready gret and is incrests ng. With the
railroad facilities which we now have,
there Is rn. r* us* n why we should not
obtain a large share of thl-4 budness. A
large grain export hualnea.4 I* already
being !on** by Baltimore and N* w fir
cars 8-tuated midway between these
two prr s we should shar* In thia busl
re-< It lias long 1 e*n a desire of our
railroads and >tir eommerclai men tha*
.we should have a ihire of this business
Tlx* main requisite Is evidently deeper
UHt*r In my letters I have r*qurted spe
cß!c Irf umatlon on (his subject
"It Is also an important question aa to
whether we shall retain our present largr
commerce In lumber, cotton and naval
>t re Deeper water will undoubtedly
hlp us to realn (his commerce and
douhtpes to increase it. Special Informa
(l n has l*eeti requea*-d • to thvse lines
pa? tlcularly naval stores We desire to
retain our pre eminence as the chief na
val sors port of the worl), and deeper
water will certainly be an aid to this
"Home very satisfactory replies have
already been received.” said th* # Mayor
A4-HUtn<'U have also !• en receive*! from
some ef the railroad officials (hat an ex
haustive Investigation i- being made by
th*m for the purpose of furnlthlng the
Jeet We have also r-nslderable Informa
tion In hand, obtained from other
"Th** replica received and the statistical
Information obtained will be published in
pamphlet form The fart* and figures
will then to ready to submit to the com
mit t*r of rinsers, to be appointed to take
up this work The committee wld thus
have its evidence In hand, nnd will to
able to formulate n plan of campaign
wtihour unnecessary waste of ttm**
"Another argument in this connection."
said the Mayor, "is. that with deeper wa
t#• we will be In position to offer an
eligible site tor the naval station, should
It to b elded to remove It from Port
Royal. Our advantage |n being able to
offer n ft**h water anchorage for naval
v seis would to a very consider.ibl*
The move undertaken by Mayor Myers
is itidcp* ndent of the Inquiry recently In
stituted by Capt. C . A Gillette. I'nlted
Ht.ites engineer, in charge of this district,
for similar Information as to the need
of a 2*-foot channel, rapt. Gillette’s In
quiry is made at tne Instance of the chief
of engineer* of the war detriment, ami
P result*. If any. will to felt In that
quarter. The Information sough! by the
>! vor will be usM In the move to to
in upon Congress, to secure an appro
priation for deepening the channel to a
depth of 2$ or even .V feet.
m niMdti.il iii.i.D mu rononKii.
oilier Cases In Recorder's Court
Of the eight prisoners who appeared be
fore the Recorder yesterday only two
were of any interest. They were Ander
son Young, who the night before jellied
Ida Carter, and Henry Allen, colored,
charged with being insane. Young was
r**manded to the lock-tip, pending the ver
dict of th* coroner's Inquest, while Al
len was turned over to (he Ordinary’s
The case of Mr. J H. Murken. who was
on the information docket, charged by
Mrs. Annie Ftitch with annoying, assault
ing nnd striking tor. wns discharged, us
was also Mrs Warner of No. SlO Tattnall
street, who was wanted on a charge of
contempt of court, refusing to receive a
summon* (o ußend a case held the pre
vious day In the Recorder’s Court,
CHEATING %M> SWINDLING.
I harare on Which A. Nl. Graham
Swore Out n AA arrant A**ln*l
A. M. Graham, white, yesterday swore
out In Magistrate Wickham’s rourt n
warrant against Bob Zlpperer, a farmer
of Effingham county, charging him with
cheating and swindling. According to
Graham's account of his trouble with Zlp
perer. a lot of corn was sold to him hy
:hi defendant, who represented it to he
all of the best quality, but after the
purchase wo* completed It turned out to
be worthies*. Zlpperer ha* not yet been
arrested, but doubtless will be this morn
Three Colored Hermits.
Three negro recruits who enlisted at
the recruiting office In this clfy for ser
vice In the Philippine*, left over the Sea
board Air Line yesterday for San An
tonio. Tex., where their company Is now
Sunday Trips to Urunsnlrk via Plant
Th Plant System will sell round-trip
tickets lo Brunswick on Sundays, limited
to date of sale, at rate of fl.oo Trains
ltsvt ai S.lO a. m. and 6.30 a m ad.
AAOTHI.It HATThB FOR CORt OKIL
Australian T onUf Williams Will
I lulu Him This Mouth.
Another fight for Tom Corcoran, the
local pugilist, will. If Is expected, he ar
ranged to take place In September, be
tween the 25th and 9ftth. Corcorans op
ponent will he Australian Tommy Wil
liams. who I* at present In Louisville.
He weighs, when In fighting trim, be
tween 145 and 150 pounds. Just about Cor
coran's weight, and Is said to Is* an Al
man. and one that will give the local man
a first-class fight.
The affair will lake place under Bir
auspices of the Austral Athletic Club.
Corcoran fought Williams once before,
last February. In Atlanta, and then pul
him out in nine rounds, though he !* said
to have received severe punishment him
self before he succeeded in doing It. Wil
liams claimed at the time th.se he would
huvt- put up h harder tight, but that he
was tn no condition, having had only
eight days In which to train.
Williams was to have fought Reddv
Hamilton with whom there was some talk
of arranging fight with Corcoran, but
a' cording to report* Ha mi*, ton bucked out
Itnd (hell Williams determined to take on
the fight in this city. Th.* Hamilton ftgh:
with 4 % or**oran will follo%v. it is thought,
some tlm* after the bout between Will
iams mid 4'orcoran.
The Austral Club will stipulate In the
articles of agreement which they will
forward to Williams to-day. that there
shall le no fake, and os n further guar
antee to the public, will ntta *h to each of
the tickets sold a coupon entitling the
holder to his money should either of the
m**n prove quitters, or th* bout lx* in any
other way not first-class In every ftxirtic
ftUßillTlKfi OF THE TK\!>i:R MH V
Trouble Between Two of the Demi-
Monde Fed Tb.•* to 4 4>nrt.
A pea. e warrant was sworn out ngalnst
IjAulse Grant yester lay in Magistrate
Wickham's court by May Vonkamp. Both
the women are of the demi-monde ansi
run resorts nearby each other in the Ten
derloin. The trouble that lid to the war
rant occurred Thursday night. The de
fendant in the suit went to the Thest**r.
| it was claimed, and during her .licence
j th#* piano player employed by her went
' over to the establishment of her rival and
i was still there entertaining the guests
when she returned The plaintiff avers
that she was requested by Madam Grant
to put the man out of the house, nnd Ufvn
her refiisa. to do so, she was roundly curs
ed and abused The defendant gavo a
iond of SK to keep the peace.
Now Is the Time.
To use Johnson's Thill and Fever Tonic
If you wish to remain at your post of
duty and through SippmUT and
October without the loss of # sing e hour
of time, take a eourse of Johnson * Thill
and Fever Tonic.
Neither the mountains nor the #ea4horc
• can guarantee such absolute Immunity
from sickness as Johnson s Tonic se
cures to you.
The wise man Insures his 1 if** and the
wiser man insures his health. A bottle
of Johnson's Tonic Is a guarantee of
health. It saves enormous waste of
time, saves vast expenditures of money
in doctor's hills and saves human life
when endangered by fever. t'e !t and use
nothing else —ad.
Chair ears on riant Bystem excursions
to Charleston every Sunday: engage your
seats on Saturdays at lit* De Soto Hotel
Arrongements have been effected by
which l.tmo mile hooks, the price of which
is StYrtl each. Issued by the Seaboard Air
Line Railway, are honored through to
Washington over the Bennsylvania Rai:
road, from rorismouth to Baltimore over
the Baltimore Steam Packet Company,
and between Clinton and Columbia over
the Columbia. Newberry and Laurens
Railroad. This arrangemeng include* the
books Issued by tlx* Florida Central and
Peninsular and Georgia and Alabama
\t F.nttll’e New* Depot. 45 Hull Afreet
Savannah Morning News. New* York.
Boston. Philadelphia. Baltimore, Charles
ton (8. €.), Jacksonville, (Fla.), Cine in
it,iti. New Orleans. Washington. <D. C.),
Cbl-ago. Auguutu. (Ga b Atlanta. Miron.
iGa > nix I Other prominent dallies; also
the various monthlies arx) weeklies, n* w
books and everything else usually found
in flrpt-clnfs new# depots —ad.
"Grsyb<ord Is a family medicine with
us.” sad a premlwnt business man yes
terday “My wife takes It. and 1 natlce
she U enjoying totter h.aith than f. r
years. Tha children keep wtll by taking
Graytoard may to obtained at all drug
stores or write to us for It. Ih'spes* Drug
Cos., sole preps.. Bavurnsh. Og. ad
Tbe summer Is passing, hove you taken
In the Plant Syatuu. Rundgy excursions to
Charleston? One dollar for the round trip
To llrnnsulck nml Hrturn 11.00 via
the Plant H|Rtem, *anlay.
In addition to tto Charleston Sunday
excursions, the Plant System are selling
round-trip tickets to Brunswick, good on
Sundays only, at rate of H.OO for the
round trip. Trains leave at 2:10 a rn and
6:30 a. m.—ad.
% llellriona (tnnk**.
The Herbert Spencer Is an elegant cigar
and Is truly a delightful enjoyment to
inhale the fume* of this tine tobacco; It
is evhduraling and dcllciou*.
See that the name of Herbert Spencer
is on every wrapper of every cigar, with,
out which none are genuine.
The Herbert Spencer cigars arc only
sold by the box of 60 Conchas at 13.60, and
Ferfectos. 94.G0 at IJppman Bros, whole
sale druggists. Barnard nml Congress
streets, of this city.—ad.
Wonder* Will Never Leave.
Llppman Brathara. wholesale druggist*
Llppmsn blcASk of this city, are giving
away free, a splendid regulator clock
nearly 3 feet high, with caDrdar attach
ment. also three doxen I.lpr man’s liver
pills, free, to the purchaser of three dot
en Llppman's chill and fever t'nc Thl*
c lebratrd and renowned chill tonic is
sold with a posltlv* guarantee. "No cure,
no pay.” nnd the price and *l*e i* the
same as other standard chill tonics.
This great expense Is und* rgone simply
to Introduce Idppman’s chill and fever
tonic the best In the wnrid —ad.
"It Cared Me,**
"Oraybeard broke up rheumatism on
me,” say a Mr. Chas. Thomas, the jew
eler on Whitaker atreei. "And put me In
better health thwn 1 have enjoyed In a
Take Graytoard Pills for that dlxxy
feeling—Lost appetite, and fellow it u p
with a bottle of Oraybeard. It u A j| yoj
need. Respest Drug Cos., sole props.,
"Anew line of elegant fire pr>of safes
from the large**: manufac urers in the
United Stats* can be e*n at Llppman
Bros, wholesale druggists in thla city.
Price and quality will be of lntormu**
i. 18 LOf HOPf HI mC. 8 8 R’f
for Jule of Hope, Moittnotnory, Thunder
bolt. CaUlo I'urh and Weat Hud.
Dally except tiutulaya. Subject to ettany,
ISLE or HOP* '
T 7; t’lty lor l. of H Lv I*l# of Hop*
ao am from T<mh litou am for Holton"
7SO am front Tenth *U) am for Tenth
SSO am from Tenth j 7 Oil am for Tenth
0 1& am from Holton ; at am for Tenth
10 SO am from Tenth |lO 00 am for Tenth
12 OD n'n from Tenth ,11 am for Bolton
1 IS pm from BoMon 11 30 um for Tenth
230 pm from Tenth Zto pm for Tenth
SSO pm from Tenth | 2*o pm for Bolton
So pm from Tanlh j SOO pm for Tenth
ISO pm from Tenth |<o pm for Tanth
*so pm from Tenth I * it) pm for Tenth
7SO pm from Tenth | 700 pm for Tenth
SSo pm from Tenth | SOO pm for Tenth
fSO pm from T< nth |Suo pm for Tenth
10 So pm from Tenth ;10 n. p m tur Tenth
Lv city for Momfry. T~I. vT Mo'ntiromei^
SSO am from Tenth I 7 IS am for Tenth
230 pm from Tenth | 1 IS pm for Tenth
So pm from Tenth |6OO pm for Tenth
Lv city for Cat ParltF LvTcnttle Park.
SO am from Holton | 700 am for Bolton
7 30 um from Holton | t 00 am for Bolton
100 pm from Bolton ISo pm for Bolton
2 80 pm from Bolton ; 3 00 pm for Bolton
7 00 pm from Bolton i 7SO pm for Bolton
t> >t m from Bolton #So pm for Bolton
Car leave* Bolton street Junction tJO
a m and every thirty minute* thereafter
until 11:30 p. m
Car l-.tve* Thunderbolt at * 00 a. m and
every thirty mtnutea thereafter until
-7 hi mlvlnlsht, for Bolton atreet Junc
PIUCIOHT AND PARCEL c*n
Tht* car carrlea trailer for paeaenirere
on all trip* and leave# weat aid* „f city
market for Isle of Hope, Thunderbolt
and all Intermedinte point* at aoo a. tn..
1:00 p. m . 6:M Ji. m.
Ule of Hope for Thunderbolt.
City Market and all Intermediate polnu
al 6 00 a. m.. 11 00 a. m.. 2 to p. m.
virr end cam
Car leaves west aide of city market for
\Vt at Knd 6:00 a. rn and every to mtnutea
thereafter rtnrtn* the day until 11:30 p. m
Leave* Weat End at 6:30 a. tn mid ev.
ery to minute* thereafter during the day
until 15 06 o’clock midnight
If M I.OT*TON. Oen Mgr
A CAR LOAD OF
[■ mil's sk
113 llrougtuf* Street, West.
It lioul.ti AMI OOLltEulll.
For 1 uung Luusvx. tVasiungton. Wilkes
county. Ueurgla, admit ted to be one of the
most hum*-like Institutions In the count
try. Climate healthy. Extensive, iawrua
Course thorough. Term# moderate Music,
Arr. Physical Culture. L ocution. Htenog
raphy and Typewriting Add reus
BETHEL MILITARY ACADEMY.
H*th*l %eal*m. % irulnln,
In hlatoric* Northern Virginia. Pr-'par a
for Unlvarsltl*s, for Business and for tho
G -vernment A cade ml s Heat references
.V I sesaon l-egins September 21st. lllus
tratc-1 ca Col. R A. Mclntyre.
Bup rln ten lent.
Edgeworth Hoarding A Day School
For Girls. Reopen* Sept. 27. 35th year.
Mrs. H. P. LKFKHVRE. Principal
Miss K. D. HUNTLEY. Asso*inte Prin.
122 and 124 W. Franklin st.. ILiltimore.Md.
Fruit, Produce, Grain, Etr.
122 BAY STKLET. Watt.
Itkt hone ttt.
GEORGIA BEEP KVE
SOPTHKHN HEED RYE.
TEXAS RED R. P. OATS.
HAY. GRAIN. FIAItR, FEED.
FRITHS AND VEGETARI.EB.
GHEESK, BEANS. PEAS.
W. I) SIMKIXS & co.
JOHN C. BUTLER,
PalBU, OIU aiki ulaia, ah. Doora, Blind*
an<l IluliJara Plain and Decora
tive Wall Paper, KoraUn and DoroeePt
Cement a. Dima. Piaaler and Hair Boia
*r*n for A Routine Cota Watar Palnl
10 Coogreaa street. araat, and l Be Julian
* Those tiny Capjule* are superiol
to Balsam of Copaiba,
I M Cnbebsorlnjcctionsandlftiny I
lU 1 CUREIN4 HOURS VJ/
WJ the came diseases without
aWY Ay g/f Jru~~hft.
W. ROSS ORAVENKR.
RAILWAY AMI MILL M PPURI.
rrovWlent Rull'llna, Savannah, O*
Empty Molasses Uogabcada <•*
C. M. GILBERT & CO.
AGISHI ■ Morphine aodWhlekev hat*
t “ i ,T < 11 R ll tr-te,r nett or
P M VKu