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defense had its inning.
Continued from Twelfth Page.
Harris made t Capt Wllaon on their re.
turn to Savasnah, the witness raid the
latter had remarked to Harris that he
would make 1 a* hot a* the place that t
uauallv drtlgsated In auch comparleonr If
he remained In the atatr Later, the wtt
ncee ontlnurd, he had btr attention di
rected by the captain to the adage about
pet rone being known by the company they
keep, taylng that Harrte. with whom the
wltneaa had been associating. was a
moundrel. a qualifying adje tlve beer*
employed, end that the Inference mlghi lw
drawn The wltneea alao went Into iha
, m ,tter of Hnrrtr' ehoes and Lieut. Bar
thrlmety’ alleged threat* a* to what he
would do to llarrtr If the latter rhowed
up around him with any talk about the
missing footgear. Home queetton to
the ex-corporal's atandlng with the . om.
liany came up. It being atrongly Intimated
by the judge advocate that he had been
diehonornbly discharged. but thin war loft
in suspense. the aril near going down.
Private W. W. Thomaron awore that
he had never eeen llarrtr drunk In Louls
v|li. lie raid he had taken the prleoticr
a meal at hie requeat. but that the latter
had made no complaint to him about rot
having been given hi# meal*.
Private James M. Ivey war the latt wit
ner*. He raid he did not eee Harrl*
drunk at any lime In Louisville. The
wltnerw' occupation was asked by the
• ormsel for the accused, and It seemed
bat Ms was regarded as rather expert
teMlmurtv upon thlr charge of drunken
neer. os the reply wan that he was a bar
lender. Pleading that he desired to show
that animus against Harris, on the part
of the officer* of the Blue* war responsi
ble for the charges. Capt. Cann asked the
witness If Capt. Wilson had ever made
any remark to him about Harris The
wdnes* replied that, after his return from
Iruilsv'ile. he was talking with Capt
Wtloon. when the latter declared that Har
rl was a thief; that he had been reduced
from ranks tti the Tennessee Regiment,
to which he belonged, to the post of cook.
Asked hy Capt Cann. the witness testi
fied thet he was present In the pie:!.-
conrt when the attachment suit brought
by Capt. Wilson against Harris had been
tried, and that Capt. Wilson bed swoiai
that It was hh> money that he loaned
Harrl*. Capt. Cann declared, when ob
jection to the question was raised, taat
he asked It In order to Impeach Cart.
Wilson'# testimony before the court, ae
the ofllcer. be mid. had sworn that It
i ihe company's money.
Upon the conclusion of Private Ivey's
examination, the court took o recce* un
til to-night at S o'clock.
OH. JARRELL'S PATIENTS.
PollllrUna On Not Appreciate Hl*
lollrllailr no That Score.
Tht* failure of Alderman J. O. Jarrell to
attend Wednesday night * meeting of
Council hag filled the practical politicians,
who mak their headquarters at the City
Exchange, with a large-sized feeling of
disgust. The practical politicians claim
that the doctor ha* thrown them down.
As previously Intimated In the Morn
ing New*, the Horrlgan ordinance, re
pealing a section of the lax ordinance
which provides for the appointment of a
speeal officer by the mayor, with the ap
proval of the Finance Committee, for the
performance of cert an duties In the col
lection of delinquent taxes and licenses.
Is evidently aimed at Deputy Marshal
Kell/, who hold* office under this section
and enjoys the title by courtesy only. The
passage of the Horrlgan ordinance woul.l
leave Mr. Kelly without a Job and would
open the way for the appointment of a
deputy tnarahal who would perhaps not
he Mr Kelly. In fact. It I* pretty gen
erally understood that Mr. J. R Creamer
is to be given the position. As Mr. Kelly
has proven hltheelf a valuable man In
his position, Chairman Tledeman and
other member* of the Finance Commit
tee. were not disposed to give their ap
proval to the ordinance, and several of
the member* being out of town. It was
necessary to look around for support. The
Ulnras of Aldermen Horrlgan and
Schwarts put the ordinance In further
Jeopardy. It was expected that Alderman
Jarrell would vote for the ordinance,
though It seem# now there Is some room
for doubt on this point.
When the Adermen gathered In the May
or's room Wednesday night with only
five present, three of whom had express
ed themselves unfavorably to the ordi
nance, It was seen that another vote wss
needed to get even a tie vote In order to
pas# the matter up to the Mayor, and Al
derman Jarrell was the only member
available. Aldermen Tledeman. Doyle and
Ora ham were known to be In opposition
while Aldermen Bacon and Dixon formed
tha minority In favor.
A young politician, who arrived at the
City Exchange shortly after II o'clock, re
pined that he had Just left Dr Jarrell,
and that the doctor wa* then on his wav
to the City Exchange As time passed
and he did not appear. young city em
ploye wa* sent post haste In a hired bug
gy to facilitate the doctor'* movement*.
The latter wa* found at his office and ex
pressed himself a* nothing loth to respond
to the call. only, he remarked, he con
sidered his dntle* a* a physician to have
the first demand upon hi* time, and mere
were one or two call* which It wa* neces
sary for him to make before going to the
- xchange. The young messenger very
kindly placed himself and his buggy at
the disposal of the phyalclan. In order to
facilitate his movements, which offer wo#
accepted. The doctor said hi# patient lived
"out Bull street." and the pair Jogged out
In that direction The young man wa# sur
prised to find that It was some distance
out Bull street. and. In
fact. the patient was located at
Tenth and Montgomery street* A short
may was made there ansi then the doc
tor pleasantly remarked that hs* had an
other paHent on Seventh street who must
lie seen. Time was rapidly passing and
when the doctor remarked, after maklog
the second call, lhat he had another ia
tlent on Second street and must also be
seen, the young Jehu grew Impstlent and
remsrked that as he was using a hired
buggy with n specific purpose In view
he could nol be expected to make n lour
of the entire southslde In one night, or
word* to thst effect. So h* left the doc
tor to make his last call alone and drove
to town a# rapidly as he could, arriving 10
find ccvncll adjourned and hi# friends
waiting for him on Broughton street.
The politician* were much disgruntled,
but the story was too good to keep anal
the young man who acted as driver for
the aldcrman-physl.'lan was kept busy
telling the Jolte on himself yesterday.
Needless to say. Mr. Cramer doe* not ap
preciate the Joke, and neither do some of
Dance at Isle of Hope.
On# of the twlce-a-week dances at Isle
of Hope, thst have been so much enjoyed
during the summer month*, will be given
to-night, at Barbee A Bandy*# pavilion.
There will be two prises, one to the gen
tleman and the other to the lady guess
ing nearest the number of persons on
the pavilion. The first prise will he a
•losen cabinet photograph*, donated by
•I H. Moore, the photographer, and the
other a box of one hundred cigars, do
nated by J. 8. Plnkuasohn.
Hortford’t Acid Phosphate
A superior restorative when th* ner
vous system baa become impaired by
mental or physical overwork.
A CHAIR HA* ( HO*eX.
Candidate to Oppose Magistrate ha
than* to Hr Named Wednesday.
The F. 8 Van Olesen Colored Club of
the Second District, held a meeting I M
night, to receive new members and to
perfect plans for active poll! teal canvas*
of the district, from which It takes Its
name, to secure voters who will indorse
Mr. V an Olesen for magistrate of the dis
trict. and Mr. James M Dixon for Mayor.
The offleem of the club report that the
meeting was well attended, and that there
were numerous acquisitions to the mem
bership toll. For the benefit of the new
Members, the policy of the club w# out
lined in a number of addresses hy the
older members A committee of seven
was nj.jwtoted to make an active canvass
of the district, with the object of enroll
ing on the dub list as many membem a*
feasible, and gening registered all eol
m.'f men otherwise eligible to vote, but
who have not yet qualified
Yhe joint committee of the friends rtf
Messrs Van Oieren and L. D. Mell have
finally agreed upon a chairman, In the
p>-rn of Mr John K. Maguire, superln
irtidunt of the fire department, ami next
Wednesday night, will hold meeting
for the purpose of determining which of
the gentlemen shall be the candidate to
oppose Mr. lssao Nathalie. Ihe present
WBHE IgHAPPIUr M UIHir.D.
Mrs. Annie L. Boyd Filed Halt for Di
vorce Agnlnat Her Husband.
Mr*. A. L. Boyd Hied suit for total di
vorce against her husband. WUIIam H
Boyd. In the Superior Court yesterday
morning. The defendant In the case Is a
well-known young attorney and was mar
ried 10 Ihe plaintiff In Charleston some
thing less than a year ago.
The alleged ground of divorce Is cruel*
ty, though specific set* of crueltj* are not
charged It Is understood that the real
reason for Ihe permanent separation that
la pending Is the Incompatibility
of temperament that exists between the
parties and their Inability to live
together happily. It ls an Instance of the
unfortunate mlstakee that young people
sometimes make, and this one the law
Is tteked to rectify.
Mrs. Boyd asks that the name ahe bore
at the lime of her marriage with the de
fendant. Annie L. Speers, he restored to
her by the decree of Ihe court. The de
fendant will not fight her petition for a
divorces ami has con sen led lo the rendi
tion of a decree, allowing her counsel
fees ami temporary alimony at the rate
of 115 per month.
POLICE HAD A HKIsK DAT.
Three While Men Will Be Before
Recorder oo Sertoae t hnrges.
The police had quite a busy day yester
day. While most of the prisoners were
colored, and were arrested on the usual
petty charges, there was a fair sprink
ling of white*.
Robert Furlong, white, was sent In by
Patrolman T. J. Farrell on the charge
of being drunk, beating, and threatening
to kill Miss I,aura Feiyietl,
Harry J. Gilbert, white, and another
wrote man wno gave the name of Jonn
Jones were arrested by Patrolman Hal
ford on the charge of relieving Mr. Will
iam Evans of 13
Edward Green, colored, was sent In by
Patrolman Rauxln. charged with the
theft of a lot of stencils from Mr. D. P
Postell, while Charlie Wilson, a U-year
old negro, was sent In on a charge of at
tempting to break Into the window of Mr
J. R. F.lnsteln, No. & Congress street,
west. The boy attempted to steal some
hat* by angling for them through the
lane window with a hooked stick. It
Is thought lhat he ha* previously got
some of the stock In the same way,
RECORDER'S SHALL Bt'SCH.
Only a Few (sec. and Those QatrMV
In the Recorder s Court yesterday there
were only a few caoes.
Lavlnia Miller, the colored woman who
was arrested for removing to LePalge
vllle without a permit the body of a dead
child, was discharged.
W F. Corbett, white, arrested early
Wednesday morning for firing hi# pistol
In the street, wa* fined $lO, which he paid
The two women. Busle A'llen and Martha
Jones, arrested for disorderly conduct and
fighting in a house In York street lane.
mum. A*ere sent up each for ten days, as
neither could pay the optional fine of 1$
TO IIK AN IRRIGATING PI MP.
One Reins Pnt In nt Mr. F. t. la
throp'a Hire Plantation.
Mr. Duncan Mcßiravlek of New Or
leans Is putting In an Irrigating pump
nt Mr. F. 8. Lathrop'a rice plantation on
the Louisville road. The pump is one of
Mr. Mcßtravlck's own paten! and Is In
tended to pump out water In wei seasons
and to pump In water In dry season*. II
Is only 24-horse power and Is what Mr
Mcfttravlek calls a small pump. Never
theless It has a capacity of MO.flflo gal
lons an hour or about twice the pumpnge
of the Savannah waterworks. These
pumps are In quite extensive use In Lou
IN THE RAILROAD WORLD.
Hallers of Interest In tavssnsh nnd
Mr J. E. Cornantao, southeastern pas
senger agent of the Mobile nnd Ohio, with
headquarter* at Montgomery, wa* among
the visitors to Savannah yesterday.
Xlr. W. H. Pleasant*, assistant general
freight agent of the Seaboard Air Line,
with headquarter# at Jacksonville, spent
yesterday In thl* city.
Mr. H. W. B. Glover, freight traffic
manager of the Bealtoard Air Line, with
headquarter* at Portsmouth, spent yes
terday In Savannah.
Mr. J P. Beckwith, traffic manager of
the Florida East Coast, with headquar
ter# at St. Augustine, wa* among the vis
itor* to the city yesterday.
Mr. Smith D Plckeet. general freight
ami passenger agent of the Atlantic, Val
dosta and Western, with headquarters at
Jacksonville, wo# In Savannah yesterday.
Mr. J. 8 Crews, general manager* of
the Albany and Northern, with head
quarter* at Albany, spent yesterday In
There was a meeting of a large number
of railroad men In the office of D. F
Jack, freight traffic mnnager of the
Plant System yesterday, the object of the
meeting wa* not gtven out ln# night hut
Is said to have ben relative to the ship
ment of cotton. Mr Jack declined to be
seen about the meeting
Tha People s Savings and I/an Com
pany has declared a semi-annual dividend
of $3 OO a share, payable on demand.
The Independent Club of *he Second
District, s colored organisation, met hist
night at KM Wayne street, west, and In
dorsed Frank 8 Van Gelsen for magis
trate In (he Second District. The club
also adopted n resolution to the effect
that It was organised In the Interest of
good government, and for tha protective
of Its members and Irtends.
THE MOKNING JSEWS: FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1900.
LOCAL PERSON A6—
Mr H E Weed of Grlffln I* a guest of
Mi 8 Bird of Belleville Is registered at
Mr. W. B Rice of Rixville Is a gueai
of the Screven.
Mr L. L. Cieekey of Atlanta la regis
tered gt the tie Soto
Mr J, F McGowan of August* Is reg
slered at the De Boto.
Mr T. M Puller of Richmond Is reg
istered at the Pulaski.
Mr George 8, Cox of ThomasvlUe Is
registered at the De Boto.
Mr R. O, Middleman of Amerlcua Is
registered at the Pulaski.
Mr W. R Pritchard. Jr., of Bluff ton
la registered at the Screven.
Mr H A Kowltnekl left via the Uouth
ern yesterday for New York.
Mr H D Weed left for New York yes
terday via the ilea hoard Air Line,
Mr. Louis Levy left yesterday for Su
wannee Springs to spend Septemlwr.
Mr C. W. Hunt of Waynesboro was In
the city yewterday at the Screven.
Mr. F. W Griffin of Oxford was In the
city yesterday a guest of the Pulaski.
Mr D. H I .abler of Me Use wse among
ihe arrivals ai the Pulaski yesterday.
Mr F. O. Byrd of Atlanta was among
the arrival* at the De Boto yeeterday.
Mr. ami Mrs T C Erwin left via the
Plant System yeeterday for New York.
Mr A. A MoEaebern left via Ihe Plant
System yesterday for Red Springs. N. C.
Mr —Allan Sweat left yeeterdsy for a
business trip through Southwest Geor
Mr and Mrs J. B Marvin of Rome were
among the guest* of the De Boto yester
Mr Dolph M. Young of August* wae
In the city yesterday and atayed at the
Mr and Mr*. J. C. Erwfh of Atltnt*
were among the arrivals at the De Boto
Sir and Mrs W H. Whitehead sailed
for Savannah Tueeday on the _ City of
Mr and Mrs J. H. Brown will leave for
Suwannee Springs to-morrow morning to
! remain three weeks.
Mr J. T Jullletl was among the pass
engers of the Seaboard Air Line yester
day for Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mts. T J Meldrlm and children
of Darien were among tha arrivals yes
i terdny at the Pulaski
Mr f\ A. 1— Cunningham and family
' were passengers over the Southern yes
terday for Waynesvllle.
Mr. W. W. Gordon, Jr., and family were
among the passenger* of the Southern
yesterday for Asheville.
Mr and Mrs. A. B Hull are passenger*
on the City of Birmingham, which aalled
I from New York on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mr* J 11 Clancey are passen
gers on the City of Birmingham, which
sailed from New York pn Tuesday.
Mr. and Mr*. 8 F. B Otlle*gle are pass
, engers on the City of Birmingham, which
sailed from New Y’ork for Savannah Tues
Mr. and Mr*. Thomas Gamble ami chll
' dren were among the passengers of the
Seaboard Air Line yesterday for Baltl-
Mr. Gasaway B. Lamar, of St. Augus
tine. r*a., was among ihe |<a*sengee or
! Ihe Kansas City yesterday Mr Lamar I*
i now cashier of a hank at St. Augustine,
i Ha 1* going north on a three weeks trip.
Mr. T. B Catherwood of lake Mary,
Fla.. I* In tha city, and Is stopping with
Mr Arthur M Honour si No US Twelfth
street, west Mr. Catherwood. who Is an
old Savannahlan, Is now bookkeeper for
the Planter* Manufacturing Company at
Lake Mary, Fla
Hev. W F. Watkins will return to Sa
vannah. from the North to-morrow Dr.
Malkina has Iteen spending a six weeks'
vacation visiting relatives In the East,
and reusing In the White Mountain*. He
will he In hi* pulpit Bun-lay morning and
evening Dr Watkins wn* called to the
Christian Church n year ago Hl*
friends wish him n prosperous future.
Me Has Nol.
Editor Morning News- Please let me
know whether the Austrian Emperor
Francis Joseph has married again after
the death of the Empress Elisabeth
23 Liberty street, west.
RAD SPILL AT SHEEPS HE AO.
Jockey Morphy Hay Lose Ills Life
from the lerltlrsl.
New York. Sept. A.—An unfortunate ac
cldent which may result seriously In the
case of one Jockey, marred the racing at
Hheepshend Bay to-day. Three horse*
went down In a heap at the last furlong
pole In the first race and the only wonder
Is lhal their rider* were nol kills 1.
The field wns well straightene-l out In
the stretch when Unsightly, Knight up.
fell. Beverage, with We.lder#trand up.
turned a complete somersault over him,
and Elnus. ridden by Murphy, also plung
ed Into the struggling mass When the
dust had cleared away the three boy# were
seen Ivlog on the track Wedderstrand
was only stunned ar.d showed his nerve
by riding again In the fifth race. Knlghl
hid hi* shoulder sprain'd but later wa*
abl lo go home. Murphy lay all the af
ternoon In an uneonsejous 'condition and
appear# lo have sustained a fracture of
The Pride, favorite for tha race, won by
a head from Elfin Conig. ihe well backed
The weather wa* uncomfortably warm
but a good slsed crowd wa* on hand and
enjoyed some high claw apert. Sum
First race, six and one-half furlongs,
selling The Pride. 2 10 1, won: Elfin
Conlg. 7 to I arvi even, second; Carbuncle.
7 to J. third. Time. 1:1 2-5
Second race, one mile, Gonfallon, 3 lo 1.
won; Flaunt. $ to 1 and 7 to 3, second;
Toddy, to ID. third Time. IK) 1-3.
Third race, the Golden Eagle stakes, six
and a half furlong# on turf. fidUrlo. 9
to 10. won. Alaril Bchcck, 5 to 2 and 3 to
1. second; Demurrer. 7 to 2. third. Time.
Fourth race, the Omnium handicap,
mile and a furlong Poieme, * to J, won;
Decanter, 0 to 5 and J to S. second; An
dronlcus. 5 to I. third. Tim*. 1:33 4-0.
Klflh race, five and one-ha If furlong*
All Green. * to 1. won; Sliver Dale, 7 to
1 and 3 to 2. second; Dublin, 3 to 1 and
even, third. Time, I*9. ,
Sixth rare, mile and Ihree-slxleenlh* on
turf, Maximo Gome*, even, won; Com
pensation. JO to 1 and I to 1. eecond; Al
stke, 100 lo 1. third Time, 23)1 1-3.
RET* WERE DEI LA RED OFF.
Jockey NX as Charged Milk Boldina
Hack Prlaee Alert.
Hartford. Conn.. Fept. (—The Grand
Circuit racing to-day was sensational In
onq.featur*. Prince Alert, on# of the three
starters In the fiet for *II pace, after
making a half In 1:091,. came In at Ihe
wire either he hi by Walker who was up.
or In distress, taking second place. The
odd* were to 10 on the horse and the
bets were declared oft by the Judges on
the supfos tlon that Walker held the
hoise Walker drew Ihe hors# In the sec
ond heat and b*t* were again declared
off Walker explained that Prince Alert
ceme down the stretch suffering from
blind slagg r* and that he wa* obliged to
bleed him a* soon a* he left hi# seat. Vo
ter: nath s were sent lo examine the horse.
The talent was badly upset by tb* oc-
eurrence ns the abort end had big money ;
tn sight Summaries
:27 Irol. pur*e. *l,* M*J Greer won
In three straight heats; Dolly MldwetL j
second, with Martque, third Time 2:16*,
Charter Oak. Con so a I lon. puree l*f>o
Lady Geraldine won In two atrolght heat*.
Maggie Anderson, second, with Joe Walla
third Tim. 1:11V 1:11V
Free-for-all, each heat a race, pur**
61.1R> Indiana won In three straight
heats, with Coney second, end Prtno* Al
bert third. Time. 106. 2 04t. iM.
2:10 pace, pure* *t,3l (unfinished). The
Admiral won aecond and third heat*
Paul Revere won first heat. Time 2:97k*.
2.07 V 2<*% .
HI.SI LTS ON THE DI AMOND.
Pittsburg Beat Brooklyn la a Welt
Brooklyn. Sept. In the Brooklyn-
Pittsburg game to-day a muffed -throw
by Daly threw Kennedy up In the air In
the second Inning and four men were
sent around the base* by wild pitching
and a couple of hits. Klison then went
In and was hatted hard. The Pittsburgh
played a superb fielding game. The game
was called In ihe eighth on account of
darkne**. Atlendanc*. LAW. Score It UK.
Pittsburg .0 A 1 I • 0 I 9~ II 0
Brooklyn 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-2 11 l
Batteries—-Leever and Zimmer; Kenne
dy. Klison and Farrell
At. lonia Won from New York.
New York. Sept The New Y'ork and
the St. Louis ball teams gay* about Ihe
worst exhibition to-d*y that ha* been
seen here In some time Atendance. I.uon
St. Louis 5 o*ooll 0-11 10 1
New York ....1 OOOItOO-A A7
Batteries—Sudhoff and Roblnaon; Do
heny, Mathewson and Bowerman.
Philadelphia, •; Cincinnati. It.
Philadelphia. Sept. * - The home team
Indulged In a balling matinee to-day. and
made everything in the hit line from a
scratch bunt lo a clean home run. Score:
Chicago 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 o—6 6 T
Philadelphia 0 1 0 0 0 6 2 1 x-W 1
Ilatlerie*—Callahan and Donohue and
D- xler; Bernhard. Fraser anff McFarland.
(Tnclnnntl hnt Oat.
Boston. Sept Boston white-washed
Cincinnati to-day Both team* played list
lessly at the bat and In Ihe field Game
called In Ihe *• yenth on account of dark
ness Altetiilnnce ISO. Score. RH 67
Huston 0 I 2 0 0 0 I—6 K> I
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 O—O 6 4
Bftterles— Lewis and Clarke; Scott and
Ai Indianapolis -Indianapolis. 6: Chica
go. S. Second game: Indianapolis. 2; Chi
At iwtrolt— Detroit. 2. Kansasy City. J.
Second game Detroit. *: Kansas City, 1.
At Buffalo —Buffalo. 5; Milwaukee. A.
AI Cleveland—Cleveland, A; Minneap
At Hartford—Hartford. 7; Providence, I.
Second game Hanford. 0; Providence. 0.
Called eighth Inning
At Worcester—Worcester, IS; Spring
Hay Reduce Coal Tariff.
Berlin. Sept. S,—The iveueate Nac hr len
ten aays the coal tariff will probably be
reduced during the winter
Wttstlrra W 111 Never lease.
tJppman Brother*, wholesale druggists.
Llpt men bkek of this city, ars giving
away frw. a splendid regulator clock
rearly 2 feet high, with calendar attach
ment. also three doxe-i Llpt man’s liver
iMIls. free, lo Ihe purchaser of three dos
er. Herman's chill and fever ton c. This
1 c-lfbrated and renowned chill tonic la
sold with a positive guarantee "No cure,
no pay." and th* price and sis* la the
•am* a* other standard chill tonic*.
This great <xi ense Is undergone simply
to Introduce Lineman's chill and fever
tonic the best tn the world —ad.
Paulding's Pippin Cider.
This celebrated pure, apple Juice elder,
made In Long Island, ran be had tn pint
or quart bottles, direct from Ihe manufac
turers, with their own stamp. at Lippman
Brother*. Druggists. Savannah. Oa.—ad.
See your agent at once a* to date* and
rate* by the Seaboard Air Line Railway
to the annua! convention of Ihe National
Baptist Association (colored), at Rich
mond. Va. 4
These rate* are open to everybody —ad.
"Anew line of elegant fire proof safes
from the largest manufacturers In the
United State# can be #e-n at Llppman
Bros, whobaal# druggist* In this city
Price and qua tty will be of Interest.”
The rate* are cheap, the route direct
and service unsurpassed by Ihe Seaboard
Air Line Railway to Ihe annual conven
tion of the National Baptist Association,
at Richmond. Bepl. 12-20.
These rate# are open to everybody.—ad.
"Oraybeard Is a family medldna with
us." sa‘d a promint nt buslnea# man yes
terday. "My wife lakes It, and I nolle*
she is enjoying belter health lhan for
years. Th# children keep well by taking
Greybeard may be obtained at all drug
stores or write to u* for It. Rest*** Drug
Cos., sol* prop*.. Savannah, Oa.ad.
Th# Plant System excursion train to
Charleston leave# Savannah at (: a. m
Sundays; ticket# ar* aold at on* dollar for
the round trip —ad.
A High-Grade Institution for I/idle#
Shorter College. Rome.. Oa. Write for
UNITED STATES MARSHAL’S BALE.
The rolled Stales of Amerlcti Eastern
Division. Southern Dtetrlct of Georgia
Ry virtue of an order of sole, issued out
of the United State# District Court for
the Southern District of Georgia, on the
sixth day of Beptcmi<cr. 1990. notice 1s
hereto given that I will sell at public
auction, for cash, on Monday, Ihe seven
teen! r> day of September, 19. at 11 o'clock
a m , In front of the Custom House In
Savannah. Ga.. at the suit of Middleton
A Cos versus Bark "Carl von Dobein,"
end nl the suit of South Atlantic Towing
Company. versua hark "Carl von Dobein,"
the said bark "Carl von Dobein." her
bouts, tackle, apparel, and furniture, n*
she now lies In the port of Brunswick.
Purchases paying for papers and revenue
JOHN M BARNES. U. 8 Marshal,
by CHARLES J. WHITE, Deputy.
Orwvait * WhUfletd,
Snussy A ftnussy.
Garrard A Jteldrlm,
Proctora for Libellants.
LEG %I. NOTICE*.
'TsKoRGIT CHATHAM COUNTY
Mr*. Margaret Ray has applied to ihe
Court of ordinary for a twelve months
support for herself out of the estate of
James Ray. dre#*ed Appraisers have
made return* allowing name
These gre, iherefcue. to ett# all whom It
may concern to appear before said noun
to make objection on or befora tn# first
Monday In October next, otherwise same
will he granted.
Witness, th# Hnncrzble Hampton L. Ter
rill, Ordinary for Chatham county, this
th# (th day of September. 1900
FRANK E. KEILBACH.
Clerk C. 0.. C. Cos., G*.
CLASSIFIED AUVcHI ISEMENTS.
swear not. but ha vs; you iII
tasor ground, honed, set aid made to
shave easy and emooth. by th# old *x
lrienced barber, 2X East Broughton. Hair.
Jewelry and Shavtag Supply House The
place for rasors made to shave; rement- j
her (hat all scissor* mid shears with
Fegea'e name on. sre all mad and
are sharpened free of charge; barber
chair* for sale or rent; burner shops
bought and sold.
I' SHOULD SEE MILLERS Ft'RNl
ture. newest styles for bedroom, aiming
room, netlor, In oak. walnui amt mahog
any; Miller's price* and trrms are res
amiable 2(C Ilrvvughton, weal.
TRY THE MILK FROM SPRlNO
fteld Dairy. It's rich, purr, and Whole-
Home. There Is none h. tier.
while they lest. C. P. Miller. Agent.
~U SHOULD SEE MILLERS NEW
•tylea In rariwts. malting, window Charles,
art squares, rugs, lace curtains, etc,;
Miller's prices and terms are reasonable
207 Broughton, west.
• t attention mnswa? iv*!A
pres* en<l clean your uniform while In
S.ivantuh: w know how to do ll Ster
ling frees Ins (Tub. 1# York. we*.
~FINi; RICHFIELD r AMH AT BA
ker every day. beat of all other mcave
IF ITS RIGS YOf’ WANT YOU CAN
gel them cheeper from McGlllle.
KIMBALL'S ANTI-R HE C M A TI C
rings; ihousands using them and all ben
efited. Gardner's Hosier agl
M AS III'VS NICE RATTAN IKX'KEHS.
ladles' slse. largn assortment of rwker*.
couches and easy chairs. C. P. Miller.
RING UP 2464 IF YOU WANT TO
have your furniture moved or packed for
ehlpmenl or storage; I guarantee price*
Ihe same as I do th* work that’s gtvea
10 me A. 8 Grlffln, 114 Broughton strtot.
west; mattresses made to order.
- U~SHOrLr>~SEE MILLER'S OFFIUE
desks, office tables, office chairs, office
matting, offl.w shades. C. I*. Miller.
FItORAL DESIriNS. PALMS AND CUT
flowers, at Gardner'* Uesaar, agent for
"ATTENTION SOLDI KRB.” LET ~|TS
press nl clean your uniform while in
Savannah: we know how to do It. Ster
ling Pressing Club. 16 York. snl.
U~will *oon move and v will
certainly need something In my line,
U will save money by trading with me. C.
P. Miller. Agent
SI'CHLLIS SKi-LA SIXTY-INCH RUOS
—Smyrna pattern*—for M cents.
“see THE JEWEL STOVES ANO
range* for sal* by J. W. Tee pie; also
agent for Insurance gasoline stove.
ki GILI.IS IS CHEAP ON RUGS. NETS,
lac* curtains, hammocks, water coder*,
pillows. |.l. turea. stove*, bedroom eullea,
end furniture of every deacrlialon.
GUARANTEED FOUNTAIN PEN. O
AI Gardner's Basaar.
is'your IRON BAFF. FIRE PROOF’
Stlffel A Krrrmsn have a standing offer
of 11,(Wl for every saf* of I heir make that
does not preserve It* content* One safe
was In burning dehrt* HI hours When
taken out. Ihe hose hod lo he turned on
11 When opened, no! a page was dis
colored. not a record lost, not a dollar de
stroyed If you want security, buy a
Sttffcll A Freeman safe. C. P. Miller.
6101LL19 LACE CURTAINS WILL
beautify your parlor.
U SHOULD SEND TOUR ORDERS
for tuning and repairing piano* and or
gans to W P Manning, with C. P. Mil
ler. Agent; prompt attention lo oul-ol
town orders. C. P Miller. Agent.
"ATTENTION SOLDIERS,”' LET~VB
prees and clean your uniform while in
Savannah; we know how to do It. Ster
ling Pressing Club. 1 York. weat.
of nice willow rockers; ladles' Mae. at 62
J W. Teeple.
MGILLIB MOVES BACKS SHIPS
and store* pianos and furniture; beet work
only; no "Cheap-John" prices—no "Cheap-
tTSHOULD' iff MILLER'B ST. IVIS
and ranges; the best makes at reasonable
prices. C. P. Miller. Agent.
WHEN YOU SEE M GII.LIS SIXTY
Inch *9 cents rugs, you will buy them
Just can't help It; will sell In any quan
"FURNITURE MOVWD WITH CARE,"
la a specialty with McGtlHa.
0 Blini'l.H SEND ME YOUR OR
dersforuphnlslerlngparlorand dining neon
furniture in leather, silk and other fab
rics, In Ihe best manner; curled hair,
moss and cotton mattresses renovated,
all work well done and satisfaction guar
anted C. P Miller, Agent
I t LLEY RKLTS. 2SC, RUCKLES W.
aluminum ahtrt set. 10c. at Gardner's Ba
feet are troubling you. call on roe end 1
will give you relief, I cur* Ingrowing
nails, corns and all disease* of ihe feet
without pain; charges reasonable; can
give th* beet references In Ihe city; pa
tient# treated at residences; orders ran
he left a* Llvtngston'a drag atrwe. Bull
and Congress streets; telephone 295. Lem
Davl, e'trgeon rhlro"odtt
BRICKMABONB WANTED TO GO IN
the country Apply Immediately at Rep.
pwrd. Bnedeker A Co.'* Lumber Yard
“PHOTO PRINTER WANTED. MUST
be up on modern methods, wrbe or call
at once Franklin A Foils, modern pho
tographers, 1! Hull.
"WANTED. FIRST CLASH CLEANER
and repairer. 8. Hyman A Cos . 1* Brough
WANTED RELIABLE MAN TO
work on farm and take charge of stock.
D. B. Lester. *
WANTED. K"K UNITED STATES
army, able I. died unmarried men bat wean
aga of 21 anti S3; cltlaona of United
Btalea, of good character and temperate
habit*. who can apaah. read and write
English Recruit* are apedally desired
for service In Philippines For informs
tlon apply lo recruiting office. 300 Bull
street, Savannah. Ga.
HELP W %KT.-;I—FEMALE.
lent In mna'c nrd mathematic*. Address
Mr*. F. W Hub hurst. Houston, Fla
AGENT* W ANTED.
our live agenia. men or women, nailing our
latest novelty, campaign waterproof neck
ties. Good* entirely new and patented. :
Agent* delighted. Hales unlimited. What
other* do. you can do. Time la short.
Write to-day and secure exclusive terri
tory. Guaranteed beet seller. Address,
with slump. 31 A M. Manufacturing Com
pany. Dept. C. Springfield. Mm
: ;:""s ■" ■
EMPLOY GENT W ANTED.
stenographer by young man; willing to I
atari oti email aalary. J. T. J,, New*
A~LADY DEBIREB POBITION~AB
stenographer, thoroughly experienced. Ad
dress "X.” care General Delivery.
WANTED" POSITION BY EXPERT
stenographer, bookkeeper and all found
office man, Addrea* Jay. Morning Nears
HOUSE* W ANTED.
'tWOJTORY HOUtfE WANTED
(with lawn or garden preferredi. In good
location. Address Good Tenant, this
hoard in private family; state terms; an
swer quick “D." Ibbt office.
WANTED. ROOM AND BOARD IN'
private tnmlly; or first-class Uiardlng
house, by Northern gentlemnn and wife
Ualklng dlvi tm e from Postoffice Ad
dres* H W 11.
■ "" ■— —'■■■
H aUKIcIIKI t.l.i.A vr.tna.
WANTED To EXCHANGE DBN.A
more Aypcwriter In gcKal , omlltton. for i
Smith-Ih-emlcr. th g<l condmon. Ad
dresa P. O. Box 462.
WANTED AS E< iim >hAN DTV I' 1 '
writer at 21* Ray, west
IF YOU AKK NOT SATISFIED WITH
the mlik you ate getting, try Sprlngfirld
FE ATHI'TRS WANTED; MARKET
price |otld for old feather beds and pil
lows; all order* promptly attended: aend
postal. J Is Isaac*. Marshall House.
IF YOU WANT A PLACE TO DUMB
earth, dirt. sand, manure, etc., tree or
charge, Just at city limit*, hauling over
hand road write or telephone Brown
Bros , corner Anderson ond East Broad
LARGE SOUTH ROOM WELL FUlt
nlshrd. genllemln prefetrtal. ASi Earl
FI. ATS I'OH HEAT.
FOR KENT. ELEGANT LOWER FI .AT
on rhe ccrner Jones and Lincoln street*
in beautiful condition, etory coßvrnlcnce,
first-class order, de liable locallijr, right
rent to right truant. Eat Salomon Co
hen. coin, r West It road and Broughton
FURNISHED THREE-ROOM FLAT
for llxht house-keeping, at mice. Apply
No 206 Perry. W.
FOR RENT ,\ FLAT OF A GOOD
room*, with use of iath; rent reasonable.
211 Waklhurg. east
I IB H>M ELAT WITH ALL CONVKN
leneea. m excellent location. Apply .Ski
El IT. .si \ CONNECTING ROOMS,
with bath, first floor. Lyons block, sulta
l for any put pose John Lyons.
HOUSES 222. AIAIO 217 WALDRUHO
street, east, perfect cotHlMlon; every con
venience; right rent right tenant; 625>
the month. Et Salomon Cohen. West
Hroad and Broughton street*.
FOR RENT SrUHKDfD HOUSE
i mnib rn impntv.mmta vicinity Park Kx
' tension. lIA Duffy stro-A. west. Purse.
FOR RENT EXCELLENT SIX ROOM
houee. fifteen ilollars; In perfect condition.
D B Lester
“RBSHyENfK. CORNER WHITAKER
snl Hull streets Apply to Robl. H. Ta
lent, 7 Y'ork street, west.
FOR RENT—SS GWINNETT.* WEST.
6 rooms. (Hiller |antry, lath, etc., 64* from
Oct 1. Premises can tie seen after 6*>
each evening or upon application to W. J
FOR RENT, 'DWELLING* AND TWO
lots No 9 Maupua avenue, near Bull
street , seven dollar* I. I* La Roche
Kuli KENT, uksihAiiLa BRICK
houses, number k>2 and Arts Huntingdon,
east; newly ni|ered and re|*dred, with
all madam imo-ovemem*. Apply to E
C. Way. Bell Teiephona, 167#
* FOR RENT. RESIDENCE S ItOL
ton street, west; seven ro<vm*; all con
veniences; newly papered and painted, 623
per month, lease for one year Apply to
J. T Bhuptrine, corner Congress sttd Jef
FOR RENT TO AN ACCEPTABLE
party, my residence, northeast corner Finn
and Drayton streets Apply C. W Howard
No 1C llay street, east.
“TO RENT DWELLING HOUSE. 120
Wald burg street, eagt, possession al once.
Apply 112 Broughton etreel, we*t.
FOR RENT. STORE. 11l BROUGH,
tori street, coat; |*a*eaton Immediately
the several (Lalreble (evidences and
fiat*. Ai ply A. Wylly, $3 Bryan alreat.
FOR RENT. I HAY DICBIRABLE
elore and warehouse formerly occupied
by George W Tledeman A Pro.. corner
Bay and Montgomery street; In perfect
order and condition; right real to right
tenant; poee**lon can lie given Immedi
ately. E*r Salomon Cohen, corner Weat
Broad and Broughton atresia.
FUR BALE—BEAL ESTATE.
for a residence, thirty-five feet front bv
one hundred and twenty-two feet deep,
lane In the rear; new drainage system
and city water, a bargain. C. it. Dor
FoR SALE. A BEAUTIFUL I/IT.
north front, for only s6i cash, or e#*y
time C. H Dorset!
Unit SALK. A LOT FOR TWO HUN
dred dollar*. e**y term*, on Ninth street,
near Fuel Broad, no city taxation. C. H.
Ftrft BALK THOSE 1//T8 ON NINTH
e'reel. near East Broad, have only been
aold to first-data parties, who will make
good neighbor#; and none ether can buy
Th* term* are very easy, and they ar*
Cheaper lhan any other In the vicinity.
C H. Dorset!,
FOR SALE. LOTS ON NINTH, NEAR
Ea*t Broad, a* L> each; will soon be
advanced to 9223; when a lot has been
paid for I can arrange to get a home
built. C H. Dorset!
FOR SALK. LOT* ON NINTH STREET
near Kail Broad; no city tame*, at m
each; twenty-five dollars cash, nnd easy
monthly payment*. C. H Doraatl.
RESIDENCES AND BUILDING I-GTS
for sale all over the city. Robert H.
Talcm. real estate dealer. No. I York
MODERN PLUMBING. IT WILL BE
to your Interest lo let me give you an es
timate on your plumbing new or old
weak; repair work a specialty, aa I am
a practical plumber No guea* work to
endanger your life. Wiggins, ’phone 107.
Georgia or Bell.
"'witchhazfiTThlre IB 'witch'
baarl and wltruhaael On# Is made tn
cure, the otlnr I* made to aell; put a
bottle of oura by the eld* of one of the
othr kind, we give you al! th* quality
and all the quantity that your mosey en
title* you to--# pint for a quarter Beraee's
Drug Stcr. a, lb nry and Abereom, Whit
aker and Taylor.
FOR SALJE, RAZORE'aND swim
raaor honed, straight edge, sharpened,
conesvi .1 and hollow ground; cuttlery, and
cash registers repaired, uteei heel |4ates
and razor strops, bee; for sharp edge*,
order* left, core Hasiam A Cos . No. 117
ami 149 Bud street, leave your name and
address on artlche to be repaired. Robert
31 I*.cough. Savannah, Ga
Troll RALE-ONE MILK COW~AND
young calf. East Broad ami Anderson.
~HI'RING FIELD DAIRY IS THE
piece to get rich, pure milk, D<pot 3.9
ABM AND CYPREBB LUMBER FOR
eale—lM.MD feet of aeh suitable for wheel
wrights carriage maker*, car works sad
Interior houae finish. Also cyproea lumber
of *ll six**. We have resumed culling our
femou* brand* of eypruea shingle# and will
aonn have a full lino >f them for sate. Vatu
Royal Manufacturing Company.
AICTIOX SAl.r.s FUTURE DAYS.
adminl str ato r t s's a leT^
VAI.I ABLE IAAF.STMEVT PHOPKHTY
C. 11. DOM SETT. Auctioneer.
Under and hy virtue of an order grant
ed by the Honorable Court of Ordinary
of Chatham County, I will sell at
Court House In Savannah, during the us
ual hours of sale, net Tuesday. Oct. 2,
IWn. for the purpose of the payment of
dehes and for distribution. th<- following
property of the estate of Barbara A.
Koch, deceaaed Those three certain
lots of land In Ihe city of Savannah,
known a* lot* No*. A. 5 and 16. Jones
ward, with Improvement* thereon, known
n> No* Ski '-22. 221 and 2M. ReynoAdn
street, and No*. 222. 256 Arnold street.
Term* cash; purchaser paying for ttAl#*-
Jb 11 KOCH.
Administrator Estate Rarhsra A, Koch.
VIIM SALK— XIU Kl.l tIKOUt.
K<lt SALE CHEAP. <'NE OAK RED
room set. Apply *l6 Llherty street, west.
“Fiano for vk jones
street, east Bargain; easy term*.
STRAYED FROM GREENWICH
Park, red Dachshund dog Return to
Greenwich Park amt get reward
at mmi.u atau tTA
greatly retiH’el rates for Ihe fall months.
A.l.tress Hot hm. Heiatersonvtlle. N. C.
Nix SM.66BH a-
THE LEADS THEM
all; New Ixmat to Machine, with ball
bearings Proton A Hon.
FOR PAPER HANGER AND PAINT
er get Tavlor's estimate*. You won't re
gret It. Painters' supplies
WE CLEAN CLOTHES DV THE RE
sorr-tne antls-ptic procean. Try us New
York St* am liye Woiks. YVhPaker and
THE MOST UP-TO-DATE WORK Iff
being turned out by Forest City Laundry
SPECTACLES OF THE RENT GRADE
at moderate price*; eye* tested tree.
Koch A Sylvan.
"interior decora ting or ALL
kinds done by skilled workmen Interior
liecoratlng Company: see us early.
“FOR FISHING TACKLE, NETS. ETC.,
go te Cornwell A Chtpman.
HAVE YOUR “ HOUSE PAINTED
with German ready-mixed paint; entire
satisfaction guaranteed. Adam* Paint
“ATTACHMENTS AND MACHINE RE"
palr. and while you wait: all werk guaran
teed. For poor people free. I’crit >n A Ron
"WALL paper*. UAINTR. var
i blue kal-omlnes nnd glaa* and goad
mechanic*. See Taylor. K. of P. Halt
LET UB CLEAN YOUR UI/TIIEB BY
Resurelne untie-file process. New York
Steam Dye Work*. Whltaker-Rtat*
WE GIVE YOU EITHER DOMESTIC
or glnee finish, perfect work. Forest City
Laundry. Park avenue.
"LINK at TTi INS t n“great VARtE
ty at Koch A Sylvan'*. If Whitaker
street. Price* low.
"WALL PAPER. PAPERHANGING
done In beet style by Interior Decorating
i ompany, 113 Stale, weat.
FOR HARDWARE AND TOOLITOO
lo Cornwell A Chlpman's.
"wk hell"sewer" pipe; rCOE
pipe, fire clay, fire brick at lowest price*.
Adam* Paint Company, lot Congress,
singer Needle*, three for
five centa; gill oil with doxen free. Fenton
NO BOTCH, NO HUMBUG! BUT“A
thorough pointer, taper hang,r and dec
orator Taylor. K of P Hall
IT DOESN'T PAY TO" PR UPS DIRT
or gasoline In fine clothes. New York
Fleam Dye Work*. Whitaker-Riate,
•PHONE I*73' TOR FOREST CJTT
I .sundry They will call for your llneh
LADIES' LACE PINS IN GREAT VA
rlely at Koch A Sylvan's, VI Whitaker
street. Price# low.
PAINTING AND K A LSOMTNINO
don# by expert# at Interior Decorating
eempany: 'phone W&l.
~FOR RANGES AND STOVES. OG“fO
Cornwell A Chlpman.
“OYPSINK IS THE BERT WALL FlN
lah made Adams Paint Cos., Savannah
agent*. 104 Congress, west.
n lt iuiT'i : ~rn£iu
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY -
Notice Is hereby gtvn to all p<r*>n* hav
ing demands against Hansom Kaybourn.
late of said county, deceased, to present
them to me. properly made out. within
the t.me preacrlb and by taw. so as to show
tselr Character and amount: and all per
*. n* Indebted to said deceased are re
quired to make imm'dlat* payment to me,
MAURICE E ROBINSON.
Savannah. Ga., Aug S, It 0
'GEORGIA. PHATHA3! COUNTY.-r
XVhere##, Philip M Russell and Waring
Russell. Jr., have applied lo Court of Or
dinary for letter* dlsmleeory a* executor*
of the will of Sarah J, Woodfleld, de
These are. therefore, to c|te and admon
ish all whom It may concern to be and
•[i|*r before sold court, to make objec
tion (If any they have), on or before Ihe
eighth day of November, next, otherwise
said letters Wiil he granted.
Wilneta. the Hon. Hampton L. FerHII,
ordinary for Chatham county, this, th*
sixth day of August, I9W>
FRANK E KEILRACII.
Clerk C. 0.. C Cos.
NOTICE TO DEBTOR* AND CREDIT
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY.—
Notice ta hereby given to all persona hav
ing demand# against Mary Anderson. kMe
of said county, deceased, to present them
to roe. properly made out, within Ihe time
pre*crlb?d by law, so a* to show ihetr
character ami amount; and all person# In
debted to sold derawsed are required to
rouke Immediate payment to me
lioBEBT w. m<-laughl!N.
Savannah. Ga.. Sept. 4. 19m.
RT ATE OF <ir*,K<l!A. CHATHAM
County.—ln re New York Boat Oar Com
pany v*. P. C Hu mho! t anti William H.
Bellinger. Action tn note and contract
In Superior Court of Chatham county.
December term. 19m.
The defendants. I*. C. Rumbolt and Wil
liam H. Bel Inger are hereby required per
sonally. or by attorney, lo be and appear
at the next term of Ihe Superior Court ol
Chatham rounly lo be held on the Oral
Monday, being the third (Jrdl day of De
cemtvr. next, then and there to answer
ihe plaintiff on the merit* of the forego
In default of aurh appearance the said
court will proceed as to Justice ahall ap
Wltnees I lye Honorable Robert FalH
gant. Judge cf said Superor Court, this
the (th day of S-ptemb-r, nineteen hun
dred (ifffi) S. L I.AZARON,
Attorney for Petitioner.
JAMES L MURPHY.
Deputy Clerk. 8. C., C. C., Oa.
Empty Molaaaes Hogsheads (aa
C. M. GILBERT & CO.