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YOUNG held for murder.
CUKOMUI'O INVESTIGATION OF THE
KILLING OF IDA CARTEII.
T | t jarr llfturord Verdict After ■
Hrlrf DellHeraHaa, thorslnu An
il.raou 10l With the Murder of
Carter's l%lfe—The 81ory of the
Tradr ae Told hr Carter at the
luaueet— Toang at the I’oltre 94a-
Hon. Where He hurreadered After
The coroner'* Inquiry Into the death of
Ida Carter, who tt ahot by Anderson
Young last Thureday night and who died
n few tnlnole* later. *tt held laal night,
only one wltnee* wa* examined. 8. W.
Carter, husband of the dead woman
After hi* lengthy statement had been tin
-I,tied |t took the jury only a few aeconda
10 return a verdict to the effect that the
woman came to her death at the handa
of Young and that he waa guilty of mur
Carter* testimony was In eubetance:
That last Thureday night shortly before
I o'clock he and hla wife had gone out,
he to attend to some church matter*, and
she to choir practice. Latter ho called for
her and they went to their home.
No. CM) I’resldent afreet east. It
waa about 11:3) o'clock or there
abouts when they arrived, and they
Immediately made preparations for going
to bed- Hl* wife called Carter's attention
to the voices above of persona evidently
In a mated discussion, and said that It
s.emed to be a hard matter for those peo
ple upstair# to get settled. He told her.
h says, that they would probably settle
11 after awhile. They tbtn lay down, he
eald. and his wife went to sleep, out he.
lying awake, heard the cursing and bad
language continued, and a voice that be
rt ognUed as that of Young making
threat* Then there were three shots tir
ed They woke up his wife and both he
and she ran upstairs.
Young's wife had before told him. Car
ter said, that her husband had fired at
her once for a bluff, #o when he heard the
snot* he supposed that It wa* another
case of that sort and he called out to
Young as he went up the step* telling him
to "stop that or he would arouse the
neighbors.'* Y’oung did not answer, and
When he and his wife readied the door
of his room. H was shui. but through
II they heard Young's wife calling him
• ndearlng name# and asking him not i0
shoot her again.
From her lalk." said Carter. "I
thought that she had been ahot." Not car
ing to break In on a man with pistol.
r*i ter and his wife returned to their own
.i|>artm<nt* below. They left the door
open, and In a short time Young's wife
tame Into the room shutting and bolting
th door behind her. and *ked that Car
ter go for a doctor at the same time
wringing her hand through which a bul
let had been put hy her husband. Before
carter got Into his clothes Young came
down and attempted to break In the door
The women hearing hi* attempt, and fear-
Ing that he would shoot. If he succeeded
in making an opening, ran back Into the
dining room which adjoined. Y'oung prob
ably heard them In the next room, for
leaving the front door he went to the
other, and breaking It from Its hinge*,
threw It against the table. He then fired
twice into the room. Carter says that
hearing the fall of the door he got his
rutol and went to the dining room, but
Via at first unable to see anyone. Finally
h. spied his wife behind the sideboard,
and pulled her out. asking If she were
wounded She said that she thought not.
They both thn went Into the front room
and tvs wife saying that *h didn't want
t,. stay In the house as long as Young
was there, began to dr***
Carter meantime climbed out of the
Window to the Street with the Intention
of locetlng the man who had done the
shooting. He did not see him and h.il
Just opened the front door, and was about
•o emer She house, when he saw Yount;
point hut pistol at his wife who stood
tear the foot of her bed dressing, and
miw in an Instant the flash of the plmol
arol hi* wife fall. As win as Young hid
fired the one shot, he ran up stairs. Car
ter fired at him once and tried to shoot
K in, but the cartridge* failed to -■
punle. Young made hi* escape through
the rear part of the house Carter sought
for him In the neighhorhood for nt"
time, and then returned io his wife, who
was dying. She lived only fifteen minuses
after she was shot the aecond time. It
teems that In the first fusllsde ttiu
Young had Bred Into the dining room, tie
had shot the woman through the Irf'
arm. but In the excitement of the moment
the did not realise 11. Young l held it
th barracks, where he gave himself up
shortly after the shooting.
tv IIX BE HEME TO-IJAV.
Savannah Baseball Kama Annltlnf
Tha Charlotte "Quicksteps." who have
an engagement to ploy a aorta* of three
games with the Chatham*, Savannah'*
champion colored baseball team, failed
to *how up yesterday. A telegram wo*
received from the manager of the Char
lotte team stating that hi* aggregation
would be here without fail to-day. In
which caae the aeries will begin thla aft
The Quickstep! are eald to be terror*
In their line and the Savannah fan* are
ansloua to ee them go up against the
crack local team. A gome was played
at the park yesterday afternoon between
the Chtham* and the Savannahs In which
the former won on a score of 10 to 6.
K IIOOMIH CAPTAIN miOl ILT ILL.
Master of the Hadley Attacked With
Capt. Oliver of the schooner Dudley,
row lying at the Central Railway naval
• iores wharf, wa* taken with a sudden
attack of choiera morbus yesterday
morning and was removed to Bt. Joseph's
Inflrmary by order of Dr. M. F. Dunn,
who wa* called to attend htm. Capt.
Oliver's condition wa* quite serious for
a time, but It was reported lasi night
that he was resting quietly and It Is
thought now that he will come around all
See your agent at once as to dates and
rates by the Beaboard Air Line Railway
to the annual convention of the National
Baptist Association Icolored), at Rich
These rate# are open to everybody.—ad.
“Anew tin* of elegant lire proof aafes
from the larged manufacturers In the
United State* can be ae-n at Ltppman
Bros, wholesale druggists In this city.
I'rloa and quality will be of Interest.”
“Oraybeard Is a family medicine with
u.” eald a promlnt nt bualnee* man yea
terday. "My wife lakes It. and I notice
eh- la enjoying better health than for
- Tha children keep w*U by taking
Orayb'ard may be obtained at all d-ug
store* or writ* to ue for It. Reapees Drug
fo. sola preps . Savannah. Os.-ad.
The rates are cheap the route direct
•nd service unsurpassed by the Seaboard
Air Line Railway to the annual conven
tion of she National Baptist Association,
•t Richmond, Sept. 12-30
Xheee rates are open to everybody.—d-
The fond mother dreams great dream*
of baby's future as she hold* the sleeping
little one in her arm* But the dreams
will never come true unless she has
given him a strong body and a healthy
mind. Children die in boats, or live to
struggle through life feeble of Itoiy and
dull of mind because the mother was
unfit physically and mentally for moth
erhood. Women who use Dr. Pierce’s
Favorite Prescription endow their chil
dren with strung bodies aud bright mind a
It is every mother’s duty to give her
child the advantages of a healthy body
and mind. A weak or sickly woman
cannot do this. " Favorite Prescription”
makes weak women strong ana ck
Mrs Omti Stiles, of Downing. Pann Ca.Wls.,
writes: *1 have been iulendtug to vrrite to von
ever since my baby wci born in regard to what
your • Favorite Prescript 100 ' has done for ae I
cannot prate* it enough for I hare not been as
well for fiee years as I now am In July last I tied
a baby bmr. weight n pound* and I won only sick
s short time, end since 1 got up liave not had
one tick day ! have not had any womb trouble
since I got up. I wwt not only surprised myself
but all of tny friends here are surprised to see
•ie so well "
Dr. Pierce's Pellets cure bihuuaneaa.
HAVE YOU B
razor ground, honed, set and made to
shave easy and smooth. by the old ex
perience*! liarhcr, 28 (Cast Broughton. Hutr,
Jewelry mid Shaving Supply House. The
place for raaors made to shave; remem
ber that all scissors and shears with
Fegea'a name on. are nil steel made. And
are sharpened free of charge; trh-r
chairs for sale or rent; barber shops
bought and sold.
IT SHOULD BEE - MILLER'S FtJßNl
fare; newest style* for bedroom, dining
room. parlor. In oak. walnut and mahog
any; Miller's priqe* and term* are rea
sonable. vn brought,*!, west.
TRY THE MILK FROM Sl’RlNO
fleld Dairy. It's rich, pure and whole
sale. There 1* RMS b tier.
"ll.m FOR WOVEN WIRE COTS
while they last. C. I’. Miller. Agent.
I.ADIEU. SAFE HOME REMEDY.
Circular and particulars free. I’. O. Box
Softs, Boston, Mass.
V SHOt'I.D SEE MI LEER'S NEW
style* lit carpet*, matting, window shade*,
art squares, rugs, lace curtain*, etc.;
Miller's prices and terms are reasonable
207 Broughton, west.
FINE RICHFIELD LAMB AT BA
ker's," every day; beat of all other meats
IF ITS hulls'YOt! want YOU CAN
get them Cheaper fron} Moduli*
KIMBALL'S ANTI-R HE U M A TI C
rings, thousands using them and all ben
efited. Gardner's Bazaar, agt.
SI.4BRUYB NICE RATTAN ROCKERS,
ladles' size; large assortment of rocker*,
couches and easy chairs. C. P. Miller,
RINO UP 24*4 IF Toll WANT “TO
have your furniturs moved or packed lor
shipment or aterage; I guarantee price*
the same as I do the work that'* given
lo me. A. S. Griffin. 114 Rroughtoo street,
west; mattresses made to order.
U SHOULD SEE MILLER'R~OFFICE
desks. offl-e table*, office chairs, office
matting, office shades. C. P. Millar.
FLORAL LESIONS. PALMS AND ( I T
flower*, at dardner'r Bazaar, agent for
U WILL soon MOW AND™ V~ WILL
certainly need something In my line;
U will save money by trading with me. C.
P Miller, Agent.
M'GILL.IB SELLS SIXTY-INCH RUOS
—Smyrna patterns—for 99 cents.
"bee the jewel STOVES AND
ranges for sale by J. W. Tceple; also
agent for Insurance gasoline slove.
M'GILLIS IS CHEAP ON KUOS. NETS,
lace curtain*, hammocks, water routers,
pillows, pictures, slovee. bedroom suites,
and furniture of every description.
GUARANTEED FOUNTAIN PEN, *1
At Gardner's Rasaar.
is'YOUR'IRON SAKE FIRE PROOF’
Sllffel A Freeman have a standing offer
of SI.OOO for every safe of Ihelr make that
doe* not preserve It* content*. One safe
was In burning debris 113 hours When
taken out, the hose had lo be turned on
It. When opened, not a page was dis
colored, not a record lost, not a dollar de
stroyed If you want security, buy a
Stiffen A Freeman safe. C. P. MUler,
M'GILLIS LA m CURTAINS WILL
beautify your parlor.
If~SHOULD - SEND YOUR ORDERS
for tuning and repairing pianos and or
gans lo W. P Manning, with C. P. Mil
ler. Agent; prompt attention to out-of
town order* C. I*. Miller, Agent
SPECIA L. ~AN UNLIMITED SUPPLY
of nice willow rockers; ladles' else, at 12.
J. W. Teeple.
M'GILLIS moves, £acks. SHIPS
and stores piano* and furniture; best work
only; no ''Cheap-John'' prices—no "Cheap-
V Sllot I.l* Sl'i: MILLER'S STOVES
and ranges; the- best makes at reasonable
prices. C. P. Miller, Agenl.
WHEN YOU SEE M'GrLUS'*SIXTT-
Ineh eenl* rugs, you will buy them.
Just can't help It; will sell In an} quan
"FURNITURE MOVISD WITH CARE."
la a specialty with McGlllla.
Tf SHOULD SEND MF, YOUR 6ft
derefor upholsteringparlor and dining room
furniture In leather. llk and other fab
rlcs. In the heat manner: curled hair,
moss and cotton matlresse* renovated;
all work well done and satisfaction guar
anteed. C. P. Miller, Agenl.
"PULLEY BELTS. 2SC. BUCKLES. IOC;
aluminum ehlrt set, 10c. al Gardner's Ba
LADIES: CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
Pennyroyal Pllla are Ihc best. Safe, re
liable. Take no other. Send 4c stumps
for pcrtleular*. "Relief for Ladles." In
letter by return mall. Ask your druggist.
Chichester Chemical Cos., Phllada.. Pa
HOW ARE YOUR FEETL IF YOUR
feet are troubling you. rail on me and I
will give you relief; I cure Ingrowing
nails, corns and all disease* of the feel
without pain; charge* reasonable; can
give the best reference* In the city; pa
tients treated at residences: orders can
be left at Llvlng*ton's drug *tee. Bull
and Congress streets: telephone 2*3 Lem
tlavls. surgeon ehlronodlsf.
“tWOdTURf HOUSE WANTED
(with lawn or garden preferred), In good
location. Address Good Ttnanl, U
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1900.
HELP \A ANTED— TEN ALE.
WANTED. GOOD. RELIABLE AND
neat girl. 212 Claaton, cast.
WANTED A WOMAN TO COOK AND
do housework. Apply at 537 Broughton
WANTED~A FIRST-CLASS TABLE
and house maid: none without good refer
ences need apply. No. 1014 Drayton at reel.
our live agent*, men or women, selling our
latest novelty, catniwlgn waterproof neck
ties. Goods entirely new and patented
Agent* delighted. Sales unlimited. What
others do. you can do Time la short.
Write to-day and secure exclusive terri
tory. Guaranteed best seller. Address,
with stamp. M. ft M. Manufacturing Com
pany. Dept. C. Springfield. Mass.
WANTED. BOOKKEEPING Posi
tion by young man; competent and trust
worthy; willing to accept small pay and
anxious (or Immediate employment. Ad
dress A., Morning News.
“WANTED, A POSITION AS AGENT
for plantation or to work same on ahare*
or for rent. Address W. Bulow, Volusia
W’ANTED— MISCELLANEOUS. N
WANTED, BATEAU ABOUT 5 FOOJ
beam; £1 feet long. Address I'. O. Box
if ror are not 'satisfied with
the ml.k you arc getting, try Springfield
“WANTED, REAL ESTATE COLLEC
tIons; best references given. N. Coleman,
12 Broughton street, east.
FEATHERS WANTED; MARKET
price paid for old feather beds and pil
lows: all order* promptly attended; send
postal. J. L Isaacs, Marshall House.
lr YOU WANT A I’I.ACb TO DUMP
earth, dirt. sand, manure, *4e . free ot
charge, just at city limits, hauling over
hard road, writ* or telephone Brown
Bros., corner Anderson and Eael Broad
FOR 14 ENT— ROOM*.
~"nIUELY FURnTsHKD ROOMSL
southern exposure; modern conveniences.
310 Jones, east.
PLATS IFbn RETT.
on the c, rner Jones and l.ln o n streets
In Icautifu! coodtt on, every conv nlcnce,
lirri-cla** or, er, de liable I •callty, right
rent to right tenant. Eat- Salomon Co
hen. corn, r West Broad and llroughtot/
FLAT. SIX CONNECTING ROOMS,
with bath, first floor: Lyons block: suita
ble for any purpose John Lyons.
FOR RENT. - DESIRABLE FLAT
with private hath; also two front rooms
3 Charlton street, west. <v>rner Bull.
HOUSES 223. A 1,80 217 WALDBURO
street, east: perfect condition; every con
venience; right rent right tenant; $25.0n
the month. Est. Salomon Cohen. West
Brood and Broughton streets.
FOR RENT. SIX-ROOM COTTAGE, 12
West Broad, good locality; 111 a month
Mrs. E. F. SI >nro-, 111 West Oengreaa.
FINE LARGE RESIDENCE FOR
rent; reasonable; excellent locatlnn.north
west corner Taylor and Abercorn Apply
FOR RENT TWO DESIRABLY’-Lo
cated dwellings: recently put In thorough
order; renting for sls.nfi and $12.50; see
them. D. B. Lester
2”9 HENRY'. WEStI $25 APPLY
room 9. Provident building.
FOR rent! DESIRABLE BRICK
houses, number 402 and 4ns Huntingdon,
east: newly papered and repaired; with
ail modern Improvements. Apply lo E
C. Way. Hell Telephone, 1376.
“FOR RENT. RESIDENCE 320 bolT
loo street, west; seven rooms; all con
veniences: newly pnpered and painted; $22
per month; lease for one year Apply lo
J. T. Shuptrlne, corner Congress and Jef
FOR RENT TO AN ACCEPTABLE
party, my residence, northeast corner Firs
and Drayton street*. Apply C. W Howard
No. 202 Bay street, east.
“FOR RENT. 16 OGLETHORPE AVE
nue, west. M. 8. Raker, agent
TO RENT. DWELLING HOUSE. 120
YValdburg street, east; possession at once.
Apply 112 Broughton street, west.
FOR RENT” FIVE-ROOM HOUSE.
Jones, between Montgomery and Jeffer
son. Apply 107 Broughton street, west.
FOR RENT, THAT DESIRABLE *RES-
IdenCO No 309 Liberty street, east; pos
session given Sept. 1. Apply No. 10 Bull
street, or at residence; term* reasona
ble. George W. Falres. agent.
STORES FOR RENT—THE HAND
eonte double stores known as the Whit
field Building, situated corner Slate. Pres
ident and Whitaker streets; can bn rented
from October Ist. also the small annex
stores In rear. Apply W. M A W. E.
FOR R KNT. STO R BRO foil
tret street. <.iat; possession Immediately
l-o feverul dal .ihle reHdences and
flats. Apply A. Wylly. 12 Bryan afreet,
FOR HUNT. THAT DESIRABLE
store and warehouse formerly occupied
by George W. Ttedeman A Bra. comer
Hey end Mon'gomery street; In perfect
order and condition; right rent to right
tenant; possession can be given Immedi
ately. E*t. Salomon Cohen, comer West
Rroad and Broughton streets.
Pan SAl.f—Hi.\i i:titk.
FOR SALE. FOR SIXTEEN Ht'Jf
dred dollars, a two-story residence and
lot, <oxll7. A gical bargain. C. 11. Dor
FARM OF 150 AC It KS.' OOOD It ESl
dence. Effingham county, only 13 miles
from Savannah. C. 11. Dorset!.
"JUST ot TSIDF. CITY LIMITS ON
Thunderbolt road, nine acres of land In
easy reach of trolley line; would make
an Ideal suburban home. C H. Domett.
TWO-STORY, COMFORTABLE HOME
on Habersham, near Fourth, very cheap.
C. H. Domett.
A HOME ON'THE SALTS. ON LA~-
Roohe avenue, the new road to the Isle
of Hope; ten acre*, new five-room cottage
and trolley line lo city; price, 32.3U0. C.
VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE ON
Bolton, between Abercorn and Lincoln;
purchaser with small amount ot cash and
make easy arrangement. C. H. Dorsett
FOB BALE. A LOT FOR TWO HUN
dred dollar*, easy terms, on Ninth street,
near East Broad; no city taxation. C. H.
"for 8 aLE. THOSE j .tits ON NINTH
street, near East Broad, have only been
sold to 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. Domett. _
FOR SALE, LOTS ON NINTH. NEAR
East Broad, at *ax> each; will soon be
advanced lo 1238; when a lot has been
paid for I can arrang* to get a home
built. C. H Doraett.
FOR SALE. LOTS ON NINTH STREET
near East Rroad; no city lames, at tx*
each; twenty-five dollar* cash, and easy
monthly payments C. H Dorselt.
-RESIDENCES AND BUILDrNO I/JT*
for sal* all over the city. Robert H.
Tatem real estate dealer, N*. 7 York
FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE.
LARGE BRICK RESIDENCE, oppo
site Central Railroad office, corner Hull
and West Broad. C. H. Dorset)
tou aa >„ k-aisuai-ia wot*.
WITCHHAKKL! THERE IS WlTCH
hastl and wilcDhaxel Oue I* made to
cura. the other la made to aell. put a
hottla of oura by the stilt > f one of the
other kind; we give you all fhe quality
and all the quantby that your money en
titles you to—a pint for a quarter. IS rs.e s
Drug Stor<a, Henry and Abercorn, Whit
aker and Taylor.
FOR BALE. AT HARMONS BTA*-
blea. 112 McDonough, east. A light top
PIANO FOR Srtr.E. 402 *JONEB
street, east. Bargain; easy terms.
SPRINGFIELD DAIRY IS - ' THE
place to get rich, puro milk. D pot $lO
ASH AND CYPRESS - LUMBER - FOB
•ale—lao.ow feet of ash suitable for wheel
wright* carriage maker* ear wotk* and
Interior house finish. Also cypress lumber
of all atse*. We liuve resumed cutting our
famous brands of cypreta shingles and will
aoon have a full line of them for sale. Y’ale
Roval Manufacturing Company.
ARREST FOR MURDEIWYF^
Smith. In Geneva county. Alabama. Aug
29. Harvey Woods; color, black: age. 25;
hlght. about & feet W Inches; wight. 170;
wears No. 8 shoe; good teeth; mean look;
low. soft voice; smM>ih-faced; when last
heard from, was going In direction of
Southwest Georgia; wore broad-brim
black hat and was barefooted; has served
term In Georgia penitentiary; $bH re
ward Is offered, which will be Increased
to considerable amount, possibly f6no.no io
$800.00; arrest nnd wire. YV. C Campbell
or G. W. Black. Geneva, Ala.
REWARD. 15 REWARD WILL BE
paid for the return of 24-Inch frame
black enamel* and Cleveland wheel taken
from CTtlsens Rank. Sept 2. Sigmund H.
LUST AND FOUND.
LUST YESTERDAY AFTERNOON ON
Gwinnett or Jeffereon alreet. a lady's
drawn work handkerchief. Reward If
returned to 410 Gwinnett street.
Strayed ntosi gueenwTuh
Park, red Dochshund dog. Return to
Greenwich Park and get reward.
MODERN PLUMBING. IT WILL HE
to your Interest to let me give you an es
timate on your plumbing, new or old
work; repair work a specially, as I am
a practical plumber. No guess work to
endanger your life. Wiggins, phone 107.
Georgia or Bell
MD.t ELI.AMAM 4.
HAVE YOUR HOUSE PAINTED
with German ready-mixed paint; entire
satisfaction guaranteed. Adams Paint
“WE SELL SEWER PIPE. FLUE
pl|>e, fire clay, fire brick at lowest prices.
Adams Paint Company, Its Congress,
“OY'PSINE IS THE BEST WALL FIN
Ish made Adams Paint Cos., Savannah
agents. 104 Congress, west.
ot] _ D/adiVe Ytdf
t*Kf our putties!
SmJfaCattJoqi*' ‘jdtottd&ir/r tVa'
IT appearing to the court by the pell*
tton of C. B. Younglove and J D. Good
man. copartners under the firm name of
Younglove and Goodman. I twit A. V.
Greene, on the fifth day of November,
ISStI. executed nnd delivered lo Ihe said
Younglove and Goodman, a mortgage upon
the following lots of land lying In sold
county, to-wll: All those certain Iwo <2i
lol* of land situate, lying and being In
the eounly of Chatham ond stale of Oeor
gla, and known on n mop or plan of sub
division* "A" and "H” of the M Nish
trad, made- by E. J. Thomts, C. E ,
May 23. I**9. os lot* numbers seventy
eight 17*). nnd etghly-seven I*7). In blocks
"II" nnd “I" of said rub-dlvlelon. each
Moving a frontage of thirty (SO) feeel on
Fifth street, nnd n rectangular deptli
along Washington street of one hundred
find) feet, said McNtsh tract being located
near the Intersection of Montgomery
street, extended with the Savannah, Flor
ida and Western Hallway, all of which
will fully appear, reference being had to a
map of said sub-division recorded In the
office of the clerk of the Superior Court
of Chatham county. Georgia, hook of
deecM. 7 E's. | wage tl; for the purpose of
securing the payment of a oeoain promis
sory note for the sum of t*o hundred
ond sixty dollar* (S2SOt. made by the said
A. P. Oreene on the Hflh day of Novem
ber. I*9l. and payable to the said Young
love and Goodman, due thirty (3D) days
after date, with Interest from the first
.lay of August. IH. at the rate of eight
(S) per cent, per annum, which said note
eald A. P. Greene refuse# to pay: It l*
therefore ordered that the a|.l A P.
Greene pay into thte court, on or before
the flrt day of the next term thereof,
the principal and Interest due on said
note, and the cost of this proceeding, or
In default thereof the court will proceed
as to justice shall appertain And it is
further ordered that this rule be pub-
Ibhod In the "Savannah Mtynlng New*.''
A newspaper published In said county of
Chatham, once a month for four months,
or he served upon the said A. P. Greene,
or his special agent or aflorney. three
months previous to Ihe next term of this
In open court, this July 24. IPO.
Judge E, J. C. of Ga.
A true extract from the minutes.
JAMES K P CARR,
Clerk 8 C.. C. C.. Oa.
AUCTION SALE* rt TUBE DATS.
YnfMANS A DKMA9OND, Auctioneers.
Under and by virtue of an order of the
Court of Ordinary of Chatham county, I
will sell al public out vy, between the
legal hours of sab-, on the FIRST TUES
DAY OF OCTOBER. 1 PH.being the second
day thereof, before the Court House door
of Chatham county, to Ihe highest and
heel bidder for cash, purchaser paying for
title* nnd revenue stamp*, an undivided
half Interest In twenty-five acre* of land
on the Ogeechee road, ot |i junction with
ihe Charleston and Savannah Railway,
and known as the Mlllen place on said
Ogeechee road, with Improvements there
on Soi l for molntalnance and support of
EMMA REISEN. Ounrdlen
The owner* of the other undivided half
Interest In property above described will
sell for Ihe same price that the guardian
obtains for Ihe other half.
XOUMANS * DEMMOND.
one: solid carload,
Largest Shipment of Old Virginia Cheroots Ever
S. GUCKENHEIMER’S SONS."
12TCET OUR SPECIAL PRICES-#!
UNDER and by virtue of a mortgage
11. fa.. Issued out of Chatham's Superior
fours In favor of John N. tlell v* Mary
Htevans, I have levin! upon the follow
ing described properly of the defendant,
to wit: All that certain tract or parcel of
land situate, lying and being In tie* Fifth
district. G. M , said county and state of
Georgia, containing alxty-one acres, more
or less, are! fully descrtbnl by a bound
ary ns follows: North, by lands of
Chandler; east, by land* of Orr; south,
hy land formerly a imrilon of the Cattle
Park tract, conveyed by William Wilson
to A. L. Hartrldge; west, by county farm,
and l—tng the same property conveyed
by George 11 Millar on Oct. 25. 1593, to
lamia* M Millar, a* appears by a deed
and map recorded In Chatham county
records honk 7 Hs. folio 469
And I will offer for sale at public ouYory
before the. Court House door of Chatham
county. In the city of Savannah. G.i 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 fl. fa.
Term* cash, purchaser* paying for
titles. THOMAS J SWEENY.
Sheriff C. C„ Ga.
CITY SHERIFF S SALE.
Sheriff's Office. Clly Court of Savannah.
Savannah. Ga.. Aug 7. IPO.
UNDER and by virtue of an execution
Issuing oul of Ihe CHy Court of Savan
nah In favor of Itrppard A Company for
the use of Franklin F. Jones against
Henry O. Walthour
I have thi* day levied upon the following
described property a* Ihe nroprrty of de
fendant. fo wit: All that lot, traet or par
c*| of land. In said county oral state, and
In Ihe clly of Savannah, known as lot
number seven (7) of Ihe Forsyth Invest
ment Company's subdivision of lots In the
northern part of Garden lot numlier twen
ty-four. west. In Ihe clly of Savannah as
shown on a map of said subdivision, re
corded In the County Records of said
County Rook 6 R'a folio 233; said lot num
ber seven being bounded east by lot num
ber six and weal 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 pgo-ced
to offer same for sale at public outcry on
the Brat Tuesday In September, IP> (same
being the fourth day of the month), dur
ing the legal and usual hour* of sale, in
front of Ihe Court House door In Chat
ham county, lo satisfy eald execution.
Defendant notified of levy. Properly de
scribed In execution. Terms rash, pur
chaser paying for lilies.
E J WHELAN.
Sheriff C. C. 8.
CITY NlßslMl.'s MJE
City Marshal's Office,
Savannah. Oa . Aug 11. IPS).
Under a reisdiitlon passed In Council
Aug. *. IPSt. I will offer for sale, al pub
lic outcry. In from of the Court House,
In Ihe clly of Savannah, on TUESDAY,
the ELEVENTH DAY OF SEPTEM
BER, IPX), between the legal hours of
led No. 2* Thomas ward; minimum ap
praised prlee, 32.801)00.
Lot No 29. Thomas ward; minimum ap
praised price, l2.ino<n.
Terms cash; purchaser paying for title
and etamp# JOHN POWER.
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ADOPTED,
Extract from the minutes of Council
meeting of Aug. *. IMP
By Ihe Committee on City Lot*—
Resolved. That the marshal of the rllv
of Savannah I* hereby directed 4o sell at
public outcry lo ihe highest and best bid
der*. for cash, cm Tuesday. Ihe 11th day
of September, IPO. and at 11 o'clock a. m .
city lime, lot* number* twenty-elghl (39)
and twensy-nlne (29). In Thomas ward,
said clly. tielonging o the city of Savan
nah. Upset price for lo* number 2*.
twenty-five hundred (2,W0) dollars; for lot
number 2*. twenty-one hundred 12,100) dol
GEOROIA. CHATHAM COUNTY
Notice Is hereby given to all persons hav
ing demands agatnat Lucinda Williams,
Irle of said county, deceased, to present
them to me. properly made out. wllhln the
time prescribed by law, ao as lo show
Ihelr character and amount; nnd all per
son* Itelebted to said deceased are re
quired to make immediate payment to me.
fttvenneb. Oa Aug 13 inm
Care Denmark. Adam* A Freeman.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND~CRED
OEOnOIA. CHATHAM COUNTY—
Notice I* hereby given to all persons hav
ing demands agalnet Rosa Green, late of
eald county, deceased, to present ihem to
me. properly made oul, within the.tlm
prescribed by law. o as lo show Ihelr
character ami amount; and all persons In
debted lo said deceased are required lo
make Immediate payment to me.
Savannah. Ga.. July pi. IPS).
PATRICK O'CONNOR. Executor.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY.—No
ttce Is hereby given to al! persons having
demands against Mary Ann Thau*, late of
said county, deceased, to present ehem to
me, properly made oul. within the time
prescribed by law, ao a* to show their
character and amount; and all persons In
debted lo said deceased are required to
make Immediate payment to me.
Savannah, Oa.. July 3, I*Bo.
JOHN J BURNS. Exermor
W. ROSS GRAVENIiRr
RAILWAY AND MILL *1 PI-LIES,
Provident Building, Savannah, Oa,
ABCTIOIt SALB4 THIS DAT.
FRONTING THE KIVKN AT IDLE OF
HOPE. AT Al I'TION.
I. I). I.allot HI-:, AwetAoweer.
Under and by virtue of decree granted
by the Superior Court of ('hatham county,
GforKta. I will off* r for Bale at public out
cry. before the Court llouwe door in Maid
county, ou the tint Tuesday (tiring |h*
4tti day), of Bepumlr, lUun. if not pre
viously aold at private sale. either na a
whole or by iota, the following property,
All (hoar certain lot* of land fronting
aouth on the Isle of Hope river, being
MUbdlvlM|tn of the Koiiaud properly, aa per
in.ip made ly Percy Sugden. C. K., May
Mb. IfiM, and lettered A. I*. C. (P having
been aold) and having respectively &2. M
anl SI feet river front, with a depth cf
*4O feet more or low, lot a lettered A and C
having dwelling* thereon
Term*: One-third coal), balance In one
an*i two year*, at 7 per ceivt.
Stile subject to confirmation of paid
Court. purchaser to pav for at amp and
paper*. JORDAN F. BROOKS.
Hulmitt ite.l Truetee Kstate A. llonaud.
MY J. Mel. %t (aIIMM A ftOV
On TI*TODAY. 4th September. IWO. be
fore tlo Court I loupe in the city of Ha
vannah. during the I* aid hours of Male.
Ily virtue of an or|er from the Honor•-
lle Hampton I*. Ferrlll. Judge of the
Court of ordinary. Chatham county,
Georgia, I will tell city of Savannah
bondN aft follow*:
(ine ffiflft bond, due IMS. numbered 14.
(Hie hovtd, due 1913. numl*ere| 218
One f&0 bond, due 11HS. numbered 21*.
it*- Imur to the rptnte of Mary Sheahan
nr.d Joeephlne Sheahan. minora, for the
purpose of distribution.
Guardian of Mary and Jopephina Shea
A FINE INVESTMENT.
noon location at aii tiox.
C. 11. PORSKTT, Auctioneer.
Will sell on TUESDAY. Sept. 4. IPX) at
the Court House, during the usual hours
The western portion of 10l No. 17 Oil
mcrvllle ward, situated on the southeast
corner of President ami Arnold elrects.
near Ihe Tyhec de,mt. and Ihe Improve
ment*. ronelcilng of six one-story tene
ments, all tenanted.
CHATHAM SHERIFF'S HALE ~
UNDER and by virtue of a ft fa. lasucd
nut of the Jostle,* Court. First District,
O M„ by O. E. lb vane ex-officio Jus l-e
of the Peace, Chatham county. Georgia.
In favor of 8. L. laizaron v*. Jasper
vllle Land and Improvement Company
the following describ'd property of the
defendant has l.etn levl and on by 11. T.
Beck'll. Constable rf Chatham county,
ond the salt 11. fa has been placed In
my bants for advents,men! on l sale to
wit: All llioae lots of land situate end
lying In Chatham county, Georgia, and
known on the plan of Jaspcrvll!* (being
a subdivision of lota number IPS) and 21 of
the McLaol tract a as follows: Lot Nl
7. letter M; lota 13 and t. letter K: lot*
1. 2. 3. 13. 14. 18, and eastern half of lol*
3. 4. 5. fi. 7. 8. 9. 10, H, 12, all In letter H;
and lot No 17 letter D; all In latsaran
ward, and lot 12. In letter G, Cohen ward;
said lota and half lota having measure
ment and boundag.s as deßned In raid
map or plan of Jaapervltle. aald lying
west of the city ot Savannah. Oa.. be
tween Bay street extended, and cld water
And T will r ffer the said above described
properly of the dohndant Jaspervlll*
loin,l and Improvement Ccmpony for
rale at nubile outcry b fore the Court
House do or of Chatham county In Ihe clly
• f Savannah, Oa.. on the flrst Tuesday
In September. 19f0. dur ng the legal hours
of rale, to satisfy said 11. fa Defendant
TANARUS, ran cash, ptirchaeers paying for title*.
THOS. J SWEENY
Khc/ Iff C. C.. Ga.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDI
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY-NO
tpse !s hereby irtven lo all person# having
demand* against Clara M Ellis, late of
said county, deceased, lo present Ihem lo
me. properly made oul, wllhln Ihe tune
prescribed by law. ao as to show Ihelr
character and amount; nnd all person* In
debted to said decease,! are required lo
make Immediate payment to me.
CHARLES ELLIS. Egeculor.
! Ilay Street, east. Savannah, Oa.
Savannah. Ga., August 13. 1300.
GEIL & QUINT
205 BROUGHTON ST., WEST.
Alt nos ftAURfI Title DAY*
By I’l.ATMlir-R A CO., Alt IIOM'J'RP
Under and by virtue of the power vest
ed In me mu trustee under deed from
Stepney William* to me n.t truptce. dated
the llth day of March. Its. am) recorded
In Chatham county records, book of mort
gagee. 4 B*a.. Folio 11. 1 w*ll well at pub
ll** outcry to the higheet and bent txmm
IWle ht'lder. I*/fore the Court lloupe door
of Chatham e*>unty, on the first Tues
day |n ttcptrnilter. 1900. between the legal
hours of sale, all of the following describ
ed property in said deed, to-wit
AM that certain tract or parcel of land
ami premie hereinafter particularly de
scribed. situate, lying and being lit the
city of Savannah aforevnid. on tne north
sale of Hall street, continued eastward
horn Hast Hn>.id street, having a south
ern front on |tl street of twcnty-flvs (J))
fset, more or I*n, with a recta*
*epfh of seventy-one (71) feet, more or
lew—bounded north by land sold by
Charle* Coilina to D. G. I'urse. want hy
a lot sold hy pah) Coltln* to Phoebe Ann
Jeiiklmi. iitopt by laixi sold by said (Vl
llns io one Way, and south hy
eolil Hall street extended. saWl trif)
of land being •In Atlantic ward, and
telng the same tract of knd conveyed
to Stepney Wllltncna hy Clara Williams, by
d‘*d, dated June 4. IRW. and re'4fdel In
wkl ,| ounty rfi-oob liook 7 0., fulpw 2K-4.
together with all the improvements nnd
appurtenances belonging to anld tract of
land, and nil the right, title, claim, de
tn.ind, Hston ainl interest of satd
Stepney Williams at law, or In equity
Terms, cash purchaser paying for tltla
and stamps. M A. O'BYRNE,
ISA AC 11. LiRIH'HK, Trustee.
Under by virtue ot Ihe power of
eale conferred upon me, as trustee under
Ihe deed lo eeeure debt, made by Benja
min Present to Emma M Laßoehe. under
dale of Decent her 18th, 1*99 anil recorded
In Chatham county record*. In hook ot
morlgagiw. 4 J’s. folio 2*2, 1 will offer foe
sale at public outcry before Ihe Court
Houst door In said county on (he flrst
Tuesday In September. !9Dn. (lietng tha 4th
day.) Ihe following properly, to-wll:
All that certain 10l or parcel of land
lying and being In Chatham eounly. atal*
of Georgia, and near the southern border
of the elfy of Savannah and known as
10l number sixty-eight 188). Southvllle.
having a northern border of thirty feel on
Lamar avenue, wllh a depth of ninety feet
southwards lo a lane and being a part of
a sulidlvlslon of Ihe western portion of
lot seven fit of Ihe original subdivision of
Farm !ot7, 3, 8 and 10. Tyrconnel T> thing,
Derby ward. Term# Canti, purchaser pay
ing (or stamp* and deed.
ISAAC D. LaROCHE, Truale*.
I. f). I.allot ME, Auctioneer.
By virtue of an oriler granted hy tho
Honorable Court of Ordinary for Chatham
eounly, Georgia. I will aril before tha
Court House door. Savannah, On., during
Ihe legal hour* of sale, lo Ihe highest bid
der, on Tuesday, the 4th day of September.
All that 10l of land sllunle and bring In
Ihe county of Chatham, said slate, being
a part of lot number six (*) of the subdi
vision of Ihe Placentia tract, lying be
tween the right of wav of the Savannah,
Thunderbolt and ls<e of Hope Railway
and Williamson creek and excepting there
from a public roadway twenty feet (29)
In width, running from said right of way
io Ihe creek, along the southern boundary
line of said properly and the public road
leading up lo Taylor's and hack ot tho
residence upon an Id properly, together
with the Improvement* thereon. Terras:
Cash, pur, baser paying for papers.
• JORDAN F BROOKS,
Admr. Esc Mary Playler. deceased.
I, I). L.A ROCHE, Awclloneer.
By virtue of an order granted by tha
Honorable Court of Ordinary of Chatham
county, Georgia. I will sell during the le.
gal hours of sale, before the Court Houaa
door In Chatham county. Georgia, to tha
highest bidder, on TUESDAY, the 4h day
of September. 1900. ten (10) acres of land,
on Ihe Huckhalter road. 273 feel wide,
and running northward l.tliM feet deep on
one side and 1,W., feet on the other aide;
bounded eouth by Ihe Huckhnher road,
east by land* of Qrimm. north by Belmont
tracl. nnd west by lands of Geo W.
Beeketl. excepting three (3) acres of said
trael, which ha* heretofore been sold by
•aid Friday Mll en to Sarah Ann Black.
JORDAN F BROOKS.
Administrator estate Friday Mlllen. doc'd.
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