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grafters given no show.
IPEUU. nTRI'< TiOMI qiVKX M -
i , khintkm>i:nt or hilk e.
](„ | tcrnoro or IVrmH lrd to thr
Drnlwni In fwkr 1.00 l aml the Oji
rri.tom off Skin Pollrr In
• Irortril lo ( !<••• Down on the
Knltira al thr I Irat Iml li'H I 1 on—A
IDqiir.t to Tkla I-ffrrt Mailr 1., *l
- Olon In llrhnlf of thr
t;iu' ommlltrr Mrmtily Compiled
\il Id Mayor Mrr.
T ,■ ifirrn an I fakir* are bring given
Oto.i thr roklwl deal jtinl no* that they
n*r.- ever reeelved In Savannah. and the
( r\ In the thermomet. r at poller
tun! ; irtrrs 1* Dill ‘irupplng The tndl
c.,ili are lhat the gentry who depend
up, n the *u. kcr < rop for the mean* f an
K , 9> - e\i-t n, e will shortly ehake tin dn*l
„f fivannnh from their feet and *<rk
ether iteturr*. where the grating I* tet
ter and the authorities less vlgl.unt Sa
vant.h ha* been for years one of the
„.fl pot* for there people, and It mu*t
be With feeling* of pained surprise thal
they have read aiwt heard the annouivr
men' that the door* nre barred against
their and that the poltee ntithorltle* will
OO in: :er stand for their little games.
The elks' Fair Committee, knowing full
well that they would have many umlff
■lrable visitors whose only ohjert would
be to prey upon the < rowd* drawn here,
eomn lssioned Alderman Dixon. who I* a
metneer of the eomtnlttee, to lay the mat
ter ie tore th. Mayor and request Hint
•xlra precautions h- taken to hold the oh-
JocttonahF visitor* In cheek. Aid rman
Ltlgon brought the matter lo Ihe attention
of Mayor Myers n day or two a to. It
was rot tier. ■ ary for Alderman Mixon to
urge th necessity of taking special pre
. him. i .ig.nnst the "on people Mayor
Myers • xperlt-nce during the Knights of
Pythias 1 dr. a year ago. hint taught him
all Hint was necessary on tat* line.
The Mayor accordingly gave Insiruetions
to tie clerk of Count'll that no p* rtntts
he Is* ixl from that office to any person
to seli any article on the site* t or to con
duct any gum of any kind A number
of roqiiesia for such permits have (sen
refuse.! In consequence, M .yor Myeis also
had a conference with Hupt Screven Hun.
day night. In which he impartial Ills views
on the subject to the superintendent, and
Instructed the litter to notify both the i*v
Itrw and detectives to exercise a special
vigilance In the dire tion of the fly vis
Having learned of Mayor Myers' verbal
instructions, Acting Mayor Tledeman. Ihe
Mayor being out of the city yesterday,
bad the clerk of Council, Mr. W. P. Hai
ley. address u letter to Sup;. Screven. In
•aructlng him to urrest all |ier*ons found
selling goods or operating games of nnv
kind without a llorns.*, keeping an n
l retail lookout for fakirs. As licenses hail
been refused to many of the strangers it
was thought likely that some of them
might undertake to conduct operations
without tie- usual authority from the city
and hence the order on this line lo Sup:.
The common method of operation with
the grafter* is to secure a license to sell
*ome ordinary article, candy or soap pre
ferred. or to operate some apparently in -
nocent game Instead of retailing Ihe ar
ticle In the ordinary way. It Is sold In
priie packages, the purchasers being led
to believe that many of the packages con
tain 35 bIH* or other prizes of value, or
the little game soon becomes a thimble
rigging affair. If h pnilcemon bnppens lo
look In he Is shown the city license and
assured that It t* all right During Ihe
-Pythian fair it was an almost impossible
task to convince the city detectives that
th. re wns anything Improper In any of
Ih--* games, and the present policy of
n<* giving the fakirs a chance to start
their games woukl appear lo be much
Ihe more prudent one.
The throng of grafters which has poured
Into the rky in antieiimtlon of rich pick
ings at the Elks' Fair, is such an unu i.i
If large one that it Is lo be expected that
seme of these people will take unusual
i -ks In order to get enough of somebody
►lres money to repay them for their ex
i-nditure m coming here, and enable
tt.-m lo get out of town In good shape.
Any criminal conduct In this line, how
e er. Is likely to result in the whole crowd
Wing run out of the city summarily.
HRLD ITM A\M 41. RALLY.
Lutheran Ascension Sunday Hrhniil
In Flourishing nnilllliin.
The Monday School of the Lutheran
r -’uroh of th* Ascension hekl a roily Sun
day night. The church will beautifully
!'’ "rIM with palms and flowers in.l was
f.l .'I with thn school and Hr friend* Tim
trmslc was tine. Addresses were made hy
Mr H. It. liepl-urd ar.d the pastor, I)r.
Mr. f'harlea E Stanton, secretory and
treasurer, made a ehrefully pr* [*are-1 re
pat of the year's work and the condition
ef the school, giving much Interesting
M-iorlcnl Information, with touching l-
I j i.mi to the memory of such member*
of the school ns had died during the year, i
Th. m.m-ershlp of .he school enrolled i
P officers, 10; teachers. X>: scholars, IT4 j
' "ntrlbutlon*. 1377.4.' for the year Mrs. j
*' S. Nungezrr's elans won the banner
for the largest contribution* during the
y.ar J 17.11. In the Infant department the
4 rh won, contributing 171.11.
Officers worn elected for the ensuing
Par as follows: Pastor, Kev. Dr. W C.
h offer; superintendent. W. It Spann,
fr . ns*4stant superintendent, M L Bk
primary superintendent, Mrs W. C.
S' --ffer; secretary ami treasurer. Cha*
I Stanton; librarian. J II llehr, arslst
•ll ; librarian, Fred Wessels, Jr.; Otto
Kobe W. It. Spann, Jr ; organist, Miss
I F. liar nor
before the exercise* cloved Mr Reppord
nted each member of the school with
* little souvenir, on which was engraved
’ tOrd’s prayer. The school Is In a pros-
Jerous condition It has lately purchased
* ’i indsome n- w carpet for the floor, and
*tde‘i new books to vte already extensive
ORDIUaY IIAVI IH'ftl* DAY.
Yesterday tYsa First liny of Xovem
lier Term of Court.
T‘ teiday was the first dty of the No
**miwr term of ths Court of Ordinary, and
* large amount of business was trans*
*“d Quite during the entire tlay Judge
T■ rr 1 1 1 and Clerk Kellbach were k< pt
M - | Curils, the member Of lbs I t.f.
'■’'i l who bus been for some time con
■ l In the county Jail on a charge of In
i: V. was shown to have recoveted lor
“ " * and was given her liberty. The
of the woman on th charge of
fey ci ..1,,i a convi let .*.!.* ssnsatloti .t
time It was made. Thcr-- are Itei
’* In conneetion wlih her Insanity that
1 " never been allowed, very proper y
1 r ' the light of day.
Rill. RMIt FROM KI.Kt TIOS.
,u 'urn* Will bp Received to Mgbl
at the Y. . H. A.
’* T. M H. A. will revive full else
returns to-nlcht. having the benefit
o the New York Herald service A dS
wire has bern pul In by til* Postal
i sph Company. Between the re
-1 1 'lancing, gmo -and refreshments
* " Indulged in. only members of the
-“ion will be admitted.
The young couple always together be
fore tnamat;e rarely keep up tins happy
intimacy a man and wife. They are
not tired of each other, hut the young
wife finds herself weak and lauguM, with
no inclination for exercise. And thus
begins a division of pursuits and interests
which otten ends in divided lives. The
use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
makes weak women strong. It stops the
drains which undermine the strength,
cures “ female weakness." nourishes the
nerves and gives vigor to the whole body.
There is neither opium, cocaine or
other narcotic in "Favorite Prescrip
" I suffered from female weakne** .bout eight
years — tried several doctors, but derived no
benefit until I begsti using Dr Pierce s Favor
Itt Prescription, ' writes Mis John c.reen ot
Danville Boyle Cos., Ky “This medicine was
recommended to me by other patients 1 have
taken six bottles, and I feel like another
Free. I)r. Pierce’s Common Sense
Medical Adviser, tooß pages. 700 illustra
tions. is sent free, on receipt of stamps,
to cover expense of mailing only. Send
jj one-cent stamps for the liook in paper
covers, or 31 stamps for cloth binding.
Address Dr. R. V. Tierce. Buffalo, N. Y.
LEU At. SALES.
G BORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY -
Will be noi l, on (h** first Tuesday In Pe
. ember next. being the f urth day of De
cember. .1# jubii< outcry it tHie Court
Houhp In said county, within the legal
hour?* of sa4\ to the highest bidder for
•tmh, certain property of which Ihe fol
lowing | u full anti complete description:
An undivided one-fourth 0*) part of oil
that trac< of land, wharf property, wm
the nppurteti.inoea. situat'd lying end b**
lng in the Mitern portion of said city of
Bavtinnuh. and known and distinguish**!
in the plan. and upon tin* map of Bavan
nah aw Ltmar'i wharf, sakl wharf prop
erty being hounded on the north by the
Savannah river, east by Junior*a ca
nal, south by trustee*’ garden lot number
fourteen, and west try the public dock
by the work* of the Bivannah Gas Com*
pany nd hy HeynoUls afreet. Bay fired
extended passing through said wharf
property; together with till the rights,
members, hereditament* and appurte
nances to the same belonging.
Sold property levied on as the property
of Harriet C. Jones, executrix of O. Da-
Rotset Umar, to satisfy an execution Is
su'd from the Buperlor Court of said
county on the twenty-firsl day of Febru
ary, iViS. in favor of Frank C. Jones and
Harriet C. Jones, administrators cf <S.
B. Lamar. against said Harriet C. Jones,
executrix, oe aforesaid Said property
being In possession of the owners repre
senting the three-fourths (\> Interest In
the said property.
This Ist day of November. I?***
T .1 SWEENY.
Sheriff C. Cos., Ga.
NOTICK IN ADMIRALTY.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
HJastern Division of the Southern District
of Oeorgla In Admiralty. Whereas, a
libel In rem has been filed on the 27th
day of October, 19011. Instant, In the Dis
trict Court of the t'nlled Stales, for the
Southern District of Georgia hy Joseph
I-arnlry, J. Olsen and Allan llunte
against the British bark Lizzie Curry,
her tackle, furniture, apparel and cargo
now lying In port of Savannah, In Ihe
. i .: Li ’ .H -i uc i ' ' .(l. |> r -oft l-i w
fully Intervening for their Interests there
in. In a cause of subtraction for seaman's
wages civil and maritime, for reason and
cause In the said libel mentioned, and
praying the usual proee-s and monition
in that behalf to be made; and that alt
persons claiming any Interest therein may
lie cited to appear and answer the prem
ises; and that said British bark Lizzie
Curry, her tackle, furniture, apparel and
cargo may be condemned and sold to pay
the demands of the libellant.
And. whereas, a warrant of arrest has
been issued on Ihe said twenty-seventh
day of October, 19ft 1 . under Ihe seal of said
court, commanding me to attach th* said
hark Lizzie Curry, her appurtenances and
cargo, and to give duo notice to all per
rons claiming Ihe same to appear and
answer, and make rlalm thereto.
Now. therefore. I do hereby give pub
lic notice to all persons rlalm ng the said
British bark Lizzie Curry, her tackle,
furniture, apparel and cargo, or In any
manner Interested therein, that they he
and appear at the clerk’s otttce of the
District Court of Ihe I'nlted State* for the
Southern District of Oeorgla. In Ihe city
of Savannah, on Monday, the twelfth day
of November, nezt. A. D 1900. at 10
o'clock in the forenoon of that day. then
and there to Interpose their claims, and
to make their allegations In that behalf.
Dated at Bavannah. Oa.. this 29th day
of October, A. D, lon
JOHN M BARNES.
I'nlted States Marshal. District of Oeor
gla. By CHARLES J. WHITE.
Alexander & Hitch. Barrow A Birrow,
Proctors for Libellants.
"STATE OF OKORQIA. CHATHAM
County.—ln re New York Boat Oar Com
pany vs. P. ' Rumbold and William II
B, Hlr.g r Action on note and contract
In Superior Court of Chatham county,
December term. 19ft'
The defandatits. P. C. Rumbold and Wil
liam H. R< Linger are hereby required per
sonally, or by attorney, to be and appear
at the r.ext term of the Superior Court of
Chatham county to be held on the- tirzt
Monday, being the third (3rd) day of D
i ember next, then and there to answer
ihe plaintiff on the merits of the forego
In default of such appearance the aald
court will proceed as to Justice shall ap
Witness the Honorable Robert Fall!-
gant. Judge of said Sillier,or Court, thla
the 6th day of September, nineteen hun
dred (1909). 8 L I.AZARON',
Attorn y for Petitioner.
JAMES I. ML'HPHY.
Deputy Clark, s C., C Oa
IN the City Court of Savannah. July
Michael A. Connolly vs The Atlantic
Contracting Company, Benjamin D.
dreene. John F Oavnor and Edward H.
ili> nor Attachment.
To the defendants, Th* Atlantic Con
i traetlng Company, Benjamin D Oreen*.
John K (Jaynor and Edward II (Jaynor
You and each of voti ar* hereby com
manded to be and appear at the next
i term of th* City Court of Savannah, to
ah the November term. 1900. on th* first
Monday In December, during said term,
it l'l o'clock a m.. before th* Judge of
Mid court, to show cause why an order
for the sale of the property levied upon
In Ihe above entitled case should not be
I **w"tn< ** th* Honorable Thomas M
1 Norwood Judge of the City Court of 3a
! vannah. this HXh .lay of September, In
fhe year of our Ird. 1W
I “ * WARINO RUSSELL. JR.
1 Clerk City Court of Savannah.
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER H, moo.
"WC ALARM CLOCKS. WATCHES
ey*-gl**vs. So; sollil gold M-i tai l*-
LMI. Lilly doubt- .*t>ki gob! wwub,
D.7S. original cos*. Ilk. American gold-
Dlled walctl, 3> year*' guaranit-- ca*v.
1T.79. original wist. 11... diamond tins
111.73. (air slzv utmv untl f:t*ry. original
rol 13... C Kt-gt.is (or blrlhtlay. wvddlng
and Christmas prr<<rtit, mi l’ can niuk :
Insltad of i, and *v*rv artlda is guar
anteed In black ar<l whit* ju! a* rvprv
wnlnl 31 Hi Hroughtori. H*:t J. *
dry and Bh.vlng Hupply Hou* ; C hi*
window for big bargains In linger ring*
""CEMENT rtIDKWAI.KB, ARTIFICIA!.
pure esment coping for fencing, four
ft-ot long, 14 Inches high ami nln Inches
thick, sidewalk cement, block* various
cokir.t, ociagnn and hexagonal; gtl
work ami rc u-onalilo pile., refer* to
Messrs. J H. Kttlll. M. J HtAomons, Wil
liam Kehoe anti oihen- Shop Whitaker
and Beat street*. Charles Hobbs, iav
l.xh.grFUH. BOildCD OR BROILED,
al Levan's Cafe, lit Constesa sireel, west
“MORPHINE. OPIFM. I.AFDANIM.
cocaine habit; myself . ureti, will Inform
you of harmless, permanent borne cur
Mary H. Hal. I will, Hox ;;L', Chicago
HA HO A INS IN' HOOKS AT TARVER'S
old btxik store. Jefferson and York
mi, heatbrS Wood hratsr
cnal htcilt r, cook *to\t and range*. He
liable goods C. I*. Miller. Sgt a
“aovkhtisementh set in “cap
itals WILL BE PHINTKI* IN CI.AS
SIFIKO ADVERTISEMENT COM MN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
HAVE VOPII HORSES CLIPPED AND
shod by J. F. Furlong.
'IS YOt'R IRON SAFF, rIRK-HROOF"
Si Iff el A Freeman have a -landing offer
of ll.dOO for every safe of their make that
does not preserve Its content* On* twfe
was In burning debris lit hours When
taken out. the hoae had to be turned on
H When opened, not a page was discol
ored. not a record lost, not a dollar d*-
•iroyed. If you want security, buy a
Stiffel A Freeman safe C. P. Miller,
“SCOLLOPS AT LEVAN S'CAFE, 111
Congress street, west.
YOV WILL LIKE THE MILK FROM
Springfield Dairy; It's rich and pure; iry
FERNITURE CPHOLBTERED. MAT
tresses renovated. Antique furniture re
polish*.), furniture packed and shipped In
nest manner Send m* your orders. C
P Miller, agent.
ORLSCHIO'S* NTRSKIIV. OPPC>f*ITK
Catholic Cemetery. chrysanthemums,
cannlla Japonic**, areenreas. |xlm*. flow
ers and floral design*. Leave your orders
with J. tiardner, agent, 12 Broughton, oast.
'IF ITS RUGS TOO WANT. YOU CAN
get them cheaper from McGill!*.
“SPECIAL. AN UNLIMITED SUPPLY
of nice willow rocker*; ladles' atze. at 12.
J. W. Teeple. _ __
“MAM NOW LOCATRD AT 4H WEST
Broughton; ring up llSfi If you want to
hav“ your furniture moved or packed for
shipment or storage. I guarantee price*
the *ame ns I do the work that's given
to me. A. 8. Griffin. 414 Broughton streel,
west; matlresara made to order
MILLER'S STOVES AND RANGES
gli* satisfaction The Magnetic. Econo
mist. Waldorf. King, and other good
makes at reasonable prices. W Brough
LIVE LOBSTERS AT LEVAN'S CAFE.
11l Congress street, west
KENSINGTON FARM MILK 18 UN
surpassed for richness; delivery Is per
fect; phone. 2146
SEE MILLER FOR OFFICE DESKS,
office table*, off! e matting, office shades
207 Broughton, west.
WHEN YOU SEE M GILLIP' BIXTY-
Inch -rent rug*, you will buy them.
Just can't help It; will sell In any quan
"FURNITURE MOVED WITH CARE."
la a specialty with MeGIHIs.
“MILLER'S NEW STYLES IN CAR'
pets, mattings, linoleums, window shades,
etc. All work done in flrst-c ass style. 207
FLORAL DESIGNS. BULUS! HY A
ninths, narcissus, isrlms. cut flowers from
Oelschlg's nursery, opposite Catholic Cem
etery. Leave older* with J. Gardner,
agent, 12 Broughton, east.
M'CJILLIS' I.ACR CURTAINS WILL
beautify your parlor.
“MaU.LTS 19 CHEAP ON RUGB, NETS
lace curtains, hamtnmk*. water coolers,
pillows, pictures, stoves, twlroom suite,
and furniture of every description.
“BEE THE JEWEL STOVES AND
ranges for sale by J. W Treple; also
agent for Insurance gasnllnn stove,
ilia BUYS NICE RATTAN ROCKERS
while they last Large asortment of
rockers, divans and easy chairs. C. P.
KENSINGTON FARM AN
elevation In the country, free from rlty
drainage Impossible for ml kto heroin*
contaminated, hy Impure odors; If you
want pur* Jersey milk, phone 2945 De
livery prompt; satisfaction guaranteed.
MOILLIB MOVES PACKS SHIPS
and stores pianos and furniture; best work
only; no "Cheap-John" prices—no "Cheap-
“GOLD FISH AND “ FOOD, - WATER
grass, bone flour. 30-pound hag SO cents
J. Gardner, agent, for the preaent at 12
$ FOR WOVEN WIKK CUTS
while they last. C. P. Miller, agent.
“$2.60 FOR ART SQUARES YVHILE
they last Big assortment, all grades of
art squares, rug*, mats, portieres. C. P.
TFOILLIR SELI-S SIXTY-INCH RUGS
—Smyrna patterns—for 99 cents.
SET IN CAT
ITAI.B Wild. BE PRINTED IN CLAB
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMBNT TAKEN FOR LESS
"TadTesU ionrUESTEI hITIcNOLISM
Pennyroyal Pill* are the beat. Safe, re
liable Tak* no other Send 4e stamps
for particulars, "Relief for Ladle*," In
letter by retvirn mall Ask your druggDt.
Chichester Chemical Cos.. Phlls'hi . I’a.
“how are your feet? if your
feet are troubling you. call on me and I
will give you relkf; I cure Ingrowing
nails, corns and all dlsea-e* of the feat
without pain; charges reasonable; eaa
give the best references In the city; pa
tients treated at residences; orders can
he left at Llvlngyton's drug store, Bull
and Congress streets; telephone 293. Lem
Davis, surgeon chiropodist.
HEM* WAM'KD— MALE.
ant bookkeeper AHrew. giving tefer
enre and experience, R. G. W„ epre News
' IVK “ CAKI'ENTEHS EAST
Broad, good wages Ed D. Brown.
WANTED A BRIGHT BOY. BE
tween 12 and 1* year* of age: an orphan
preferred. Apply to Mr. Beharf, 404 State
street, west, room 7
•WANTKD~BOf TO FEED PRESS
Purs*, printer, 2 and 4 Bay street, east.
“WANTED A HUSTLING AND CllM
fwent lumber Inspe-for to take charge of
the cut# of a mill ami ahlpikng of same;
also telegraph operator for private oAl
and to attend company's store, will be
required to give a bond, men of family
preferred Address Grew Lumber Com
pany, Kramer, Ua.
llr I.l* %V iWtCD—H %I.K.
WANTED. YOUNU MAN ABOUT
eighteen. to lesirn to work round engine
and nv‘ m moke him* Ml u*fut; small
Mhtry to wtart, but food later.
Southern Trunk factory. 43d Hay street,
W A NTK! Tit AVF L tNG S ALFAM \ N
familiar with whoirMlt gro * ry butinrM,
good pod? ton for hurtirr nith i* itlntctofy
rcfi i* nr? Addrriii C O , Box 4ts. illy.
H.\U jIMIIN WANTKI* D SELL OUR
rochls b> himplf to whole.-ale and reLid
trad* uf .r* ihe larg*”*t nnd only man
ufacturers in our lino In the w*>rl 1, lib* .*I
Hilary nail Address, r#n h' * Mfg Cos.
ot!l •. 28 Hoard of Trad* Building, Savan
ft \ : .ESM > N WANTED FOR
Ida Apply by lei tor to • with refer
fn t, gi**l salary pa*d to up right man
Ijpyunan Brae . wholesale druggists, Lipp
ronn block Savannah. O*.
Ill'l l* U IMTII-I %!%!.:.
iTaij^TTiTow n st: n v\nt
girl In small family at ThomkrMt. Mi
VVIDon, corner A her cofti-Pre-id* ri.
WANTED AT ONI'K. r.OMI’ETRNT
help fit dt*-mum king. Apply 447 Barnard
W VNTED. RELIABLE SETTLED
wim in. a* nure**; 318 Jon* * west.
~w \ntten” at>on <*o<k “apply“at
one* , 331 Hall. ea*t
AT ONt’li lIKUABKK COOK WHO
understand* * it.*ve. reference* need
ed. Thlrlv-ninth and Drayton street*.
SET* IN CAP
IT A Id! WILL HE PRINTED IN ri,\H
Hi FI KD ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FoR T\Vf (’KNTS A WOHP NO AO
VERTISEMKNT TAKEN FOR LESS
Tl I A N AH ‘
%t.i vnt n %ati n.
Tin: 140 Eli WAlt. LATEST AND
beat hlltnry. giving all the • lead
ing up to the prepent < oft filet. *xt t > to
aell, t'vrr'. k*ly w.infp it. Hlm r.l terms
to iigcnl**, experience not n*ee**ar> in
vestigate our plan. Dept. A. Southern
Publishing Company. I>* pt. 11, Atlanta.
KMfMG HIAT U ANTED.
mire* , wmh i/odtloti. .J 7 ldttle Jones
Greet. n**r Puree.
"POSITION WANTED KY EX PERI -
enced salesman. retail gro* cry or bar
4* Montgomery, up stair*.
“WANTED. BY YOUNG MAN Posi
tion in o)lli*rtor or clerk. < an furnish b**t
of referen* m Address \V .. care N* w
“POSITION OF ANY KIND BY EDU
it*d young man. best of references Hi I
Ing and ready. Addrea* It* liable, this of
POSITION AS COOK IN PRIVATE
family by educated young m.m from th-
North; white; can do housework **f all
klrule. Kip rlen< •, this offbe,
POSITION WANTED BY REGISTEIi
ed pharmacist. Addrea* Postottlva Box
No 3, Savannah. Ga.
U WTKD-MhrKLM3lll *.
WANTED UNTIL MARCH 1. NEXT. 2
mules or horses for their feed. Address
K.‘ Morning Near*.
“IF YOU WANT GOOD MILK. GET IT
from SpringlUld Dairy . It a rich, pure and
“CASH PAID FOR GOOD BECONtT
harid oat sacks. 213 Went Itay street.
IF YOU WANT A PI-ACK TO DUMP
earth, dirt, earn), manure, etc., free of
charge, just m city limit*, hauling over
hard road, write or telephonic Brown
Bros., corner Anderson and East ltr*w<l
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN* \
ITALB WILL HE PRINTED IN CLAS
HI PIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
FOR RENT. TWO LARGE. HAND.
H>me common! atlng rooms, mar bus I near
auction; suitable for nvdlcnl or other eo
dettes. Addresa Vox. Morning News.
FOR RENT. ROOM. NICELY FlTfi
nished; all conveniences; use of telephone,
at 4 Ogle thorp** avenue. w*st
FOR RENT LARGE UNFURNISHED
room on second floor, with small rom
.onneoting. convenient for light botise
k**‘fdng also two basement rooms for of
fice or storage purposes. No. 143 Aber
TV\'< FUHNIBHED ROOMS TO RENT
at 212 Taylor street, west. A|*pl>' at 306
Taylor street, west.
A HANDSOMELY FURNISHED
south front room to one or two gentlemen
122 Taylor street, west.
FLAT* Ftilt UK AT.
FLAT AT 411 MACON
street, east. E. J Kennedy.
FOR RENT. COMFORTABLE HOttSE.
No 217 Wuldburg street, east, between
Abercorn and Lincoln, first-clusa order
and condition; every convenience Right
rent to right tenant Estate Salomon
Cohen. West Broad and Broughton streets.
FOR RENT OR SALE, THAT MAC
nlflcent residence on the southeast corner
of Gwinnett and Barnard streets. I. D, La-
FOR RENT, DESIRABLE DWELLING
with ail modern Improvements; In good
repair. 909 Jones, east. Kolloch A Screv
fon rent It' mHrrf street
earn; possession al once. Apply Georg*
L Garmany. agent 16 Bryan street, east
W Bi an ft in Rgi.. • .
street, east; these arc good house* and
location excellent Apply to C. A Mcln
llre. 4!i Board of Trade Building
FOR HKNT-WISCELI. AM.HI S.
LARGE WAREHOUSE AND OFFICE
FOR RENT, CORNER BROUGHTON
AND WEST BROAD STREETS. FOR
MERLY OCCUPIED BY THE SAVAN
NAH CARRIAGE AND WAGON CO. 11.
“for RENT OR BALE. THAT ELE
gant farm, four miles on the Augusta road
Ipaved), .outlining two hundred and
three ay-res. fifty of which arc under a
high state of cultivation; there arc on the
place three dwellings, two large barns
and parking shed; a tine artesian well;
everything In tlral-elasa order; two rail
road* run through the land. I. D. La-
Rocha • j
FOB RENT. ON THE OGKECHBE
road, between three and four-mile post*
(trolley car* nearly to two-mtle post). Inn.|
tn lot* from one acre to one hundred;
same ran t** bought In large or small lots
on easy term*. C H Dors'lt.
FOB BENT. AN UP-TO-DATE HTA
bl* on Howard street; stalls for four
horse* Address I’. O. Itox 99*.
“advertisements set IN CAP
ITALS WILL BE PRINTED IN CLA.4
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD No All
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
For sale at all News Stands
Foil Mll -hl \l lAT4TK,
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITALS WILL I t PRINTED IN CLAS
HIFIKD ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWt Cl NTS A WORD NO AD
V KRTIBEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
“FOR SALE ON THE ‘OGEUCIIFK,
road Im iAi h thrc ai>l fmir-mlU* ihusi?
ft reel- i * its i iiv to |** , lan*!
In lot - from *a* i* to on** hundred
sam* can b bough! in large or small Ids
on a v terms, t H lN*r vtt.
FOR SAI I . A l or FOR TWO HUN*
dred dollars, easy tertn*. on Ninth street,
near I *t l!i\d, n* oty taxation C 1L
FOR balS loth on ninth STREET
near East broad, no city taxes, at LUI
each; wntv*tlve d.llars cash, and easy
monthly payments. C H Dorult.
FOR HAI I . LOIS ON NINTH. NEAR
East Broad. 4 1300 tach; will sown tm
advan -d to IT3&. when a lot las been
paid for I can arrtngs to get a korna
built. C U Daraett
FOR SALE TItOHK LOTS ON NINTH
streau near East Broad, l*ava only been
sold to rtnn*cla*.i ptrtles. ,*bo will malt a
good neighbor*, and nona other * in buy
The teems are very eaay, and they are
cheaper than any othar in ilia Vicinity.
C. H Dofs**t
RESIDENCES AND BUILDING lAVTS
for el dl over the it> ItolMirt H.
Tstem real estate dewier. No. 1 York
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITAI.S WILL HE PRINTED IN HAS
SI FI KD VDVKR nSKMKNT COLE VI N
Ft>H T\\ O * *ENTS A W ORl > Nr> AD
j VERTISEMKNT TAKEN b\>R LKHS
tor Mali mstmuinii'i,
BOV REM, THE COUGH KING! TRY
it when your favorite r* in dy fails, at 3'hd
Eottl* d<l*U to .i Kill of hon*> makes a
splendid mixiure for Inf.int* arot c ldblietl
ItENVdUN PALM MAKES THE SKIN
! like velvet, for .ile by drtnjgDt or at ll* n
Ir> and Aber->m Per ** Drug Stores,
, Whitaker aid Taylor 11 ots
FOR HALE. ONE HIG'OND HAND r*o
- POWER ENGINI AND lit i|L
1,11 IN A NO 1 ORDER JOHN
ROURKE A- SONS
Foil SALE, oak PINE AND LIGHT
womI t\ T Lync l Lumber and Bryan.
Georgia 'phone 133*.
'weekly neWheaper in big
ttroeie roue town, <w**l Investment *t * i l
M asons for celling, and will sell hap. If
hoM right away A*!*Be-• <1 C. S. • it#
Morning N w Savannah, Ga.
FIRE PROOF SAI ES—WK CARRY A
line line of fire proof safes In at all
times The iwiriles can e** *.* 11> what
they are gt 'iaig Our pri *e or* an hw
iv manufu••turets s* II it. with freight a*kl
• j Parties in teres!*-*!, %%ho wDh k*k|
fire proof saf*- will *lo well to InsjH.’t
*ur sto*'k Idppvnan Bros.. Llppcnan
Ido k agents for manufa turers
TURPENTINE LOCATION FOR
File, IS crops tirt year boxes; ** ra*
round tinker, at ft.Bo |>er acre. $ per
thousand box* for le s*d timte**; pi* ty
of tlmb* r to got. In live mil* s of r.d
r*a*l. will give |w *•—s ln h*w or at end
of season Addnea Round Tlmb**r, ata
SPRINGFIELD DAIRY IS NOTED
for having rich, pure milk; try It; you
will ba pleaded.
A DVKRTISEM FNTS SET IN CAP
ITALS WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
MKIK.D ADVERTIBKM ENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMKNT TAKEN FOR LESS
MIST till Flit XI).
MIST. III.I'K SPECKLED HOUND
puppy; 9 mom ha 01-l Reward If left Sa
vannah Brewing Company.
HI) %It 111X44.
HKU'TIEDL ROOMS. WITH OR
without board *2l Barnard street, far
ing I'ubmkt Square. -*
lit SIXES* t II 4 ACES,
ITALS WILL l!E PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
Milt TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTIHEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
MODERN PLUMBING. IT WILL BK
lo your tnieri-et to let me give you an es
timate on your plumbing, new or old
work; repair work a specialty, a* I am
a practical plumber. No gurss work lo
endanger your life. Wlggtns. phone IS.
Oeorgla or Hell
Mist 1 .1.1. X M .4)1 S.
Ing for lea* than !ir-l coal at 12 Broughton
-tr* • I. east, store known *m Gardner's lia
ININ T TROUBLE YoUBSELK ABOUT
moving your furniture, relaying your car
pel* or malting Perry A Beaton whl re
lieve you of ail that trouble
ENAMELED BATHTUBS IS WHAT
we are going lit offer till* week: lei u*
put In one for your, and you will ble*
the day you were born In; an up-to-dala
isilhtub lor only J 10; a* (or plumbing,
and giie-flttlng our w-oek I* unexcelled am)
the price* will mike you feel easy. In fact,
you will hardly fell It at -ill A 4*. Price
A Cos., corner Stele ami Jefferson; Gior
gla and Bell 'phone* (->
“HAVE YOUR HOUSE PAINTED
with (ierman ready-mixed paint, entire
*attsfa'Hon guaranteed. Adam* Paint
“WANTED, ONE THOUSAND lll'N.
gry jevgile at the Southern Grocery Com
pany, lit Bernard street.
“THE SHOW CASES COUNTERS AND
fixtur* - In the store, 12 Itrough'on street,
east, known a* Gardner's Bazaar, for sale;
they must go.
~TI I H STOCK OF fIOOI*B IN THB
store, 12 Broughton strra-t, east, known a*
Gardner’* Bazaar, must be sold; parties
wishing can purchase In lot* and price*
"we hell SlweS pipe flub
pipe, fire clay, fire brick at lowest prb-wa.
Adams Paint Company, lot Congreaa.
“PERRY A BENTON 120 STATE
street, west, will move, fiu k.eblp or More
your furniture at short noih-*-; at-o ren
ovate your old rn.iure, *ew at IWtla c-ost.
Bell ’phone 1124.
BUSH FOB THE GAS LAMPS AND
mantles; th- saving on your gn* bill will
pay for In a little while, not saying about
the comfort they produce At A. C. Price
A <*•.. corner State and Jefferson; <>m
plctc oulfli for 73c. (Borgia an<l lb I
phom * 931
OYPSINi: IK THE BEST WALL FlN
lah made Adams Paint Cos., Savannah
agents, 1M Congress, west.
uy actitc Wide
r i|vc ;[ Young Men
y Business (pdrse
fI|CHMOND- 0 r - -
r BUSINESSi ■ ff,/tvns/A 7 V//'
LADIES OF SAVANNAH.
I\> hereby Rlv# nu. .* fh.if Ih* <II.ORE SHOE COMPANY ar* our orviv exclua
lv# jml milhorUHNl In Hu mnab for tin- cal* of “Queoil Quality'’ BtHicj*
xomrit. Thl-* firm nu**lv control ih fall w , fr i'M*. and any other firm purport
u\k <4. have the new Qu*n Qu ii\ fll * ~on *■• .ii* ar* m twrapr—on ling facia,
;i<4 *mi ha\* Ini n miii •*> Hk ntiMh •*e i • tv. t ■ biwmt* Company.
th.ijG' who huv *‘Queen QualM> *h**-* I !• r .!• *1- r* than th firm xhovt meo
llutHHl will have only themeelvca t* lilam* f* my l>jappomtmenf or tiiat may
n**ic (Htxiud) THOMAS O I'I.ANT , Maker*. noMoo, Maaa.
HIM l.l.iM Oi *.
ORirT|TaN ONE IIVNOREI* <*ENTH
in Fv#r> dUar of your harl*fmn#d h*rl
. i ie BmiVhovn Grocery Company,
111 Baintud air* • t
hi.i: a c riuci: a cV ahovt
lew ‘ • ’ md oil i<ov< Hi<
I*, i h oil tieiil*‘r i' on** of ir h* i In il.
.1 ,u . low pr<•* b. i r* i* f hr*
Ii t\ • v*i4l k r iiivt A iiKhtl\ u* 41. ul
mi. t new. nt hflirKoln f*rl *rhotu? * 8.
toriu r Hi *<* and J* ft- non.
RKDPi’B YOim VaIVINO EXTENBEB
by lnv**!*tlnic your harl iirtted hard caah
wiiji fha Bouthorn Grocory Company, 114
AI>VERTTBKM KNTB BKT IN CAI’
HALS Wild, in; PHJNrKP IN CI.aS
HIKIi:i AhVLRTISI'MI NT PiHJJMN’
COR TWO (TNTH A W*RI NO A!
VKRTIBEMENT TAKEN FOR I .EBB
LEU AL. MAI.KI.
TRt BTEK BALE.
iln|#r find hy virtu** of th* power **iml
,'inlborHv v stud in nn*. the unde reigned
John N i"|l, lru*t' , un*l* r tint . ortMiti
•kid of trust, from llln M ie*\
.lii.wl th* •'#ilh. (I8th) ki' Ot An*
Isitt, Hfiit***n hiindr*'*! and nlnpy*H|ht
and rocotd*'#! til 111** clerk 'a ofli-••
of ih*' Su|* riot <*wurt of ('haUittni county
ill i*‘4gid lM*k of MortK tR* •> I I*’ . folk*
’’*■, t ■4j <th* <ti.| Helen M I#>virlt'/
ImviiiK made default in th** payment of
•he irin*ip.il aml |nt*rNi. ii?*l nbliK.i Ilona
provided In <uihl .I** dl. I will eel I, at pub
ii< •*!tcry l*foie tin* Court How Aur, in
Chatham xnint\ Gor#cln, *>n he hi t
Tufwdiy In N*y * ini** r, Iw*|#ir th* #l*tii
nth) (kiy of No\ini**r, nlii*t'*n hunlreil
Mini 4luriw? the tmial an*! I**cal
iiourß f **a l* *, to th* hlatn'ftt aial tM“*t hUl*
•h r. for niHh, all •!** follw iiik l**aerllMl
lot nml |.* *1 of t.ind. with th** Impniv -
tin'llt # thereon. t-wit
All that tract *r |wn#| of ln*l altuptc.
lying twin# In tli*- city of Bwv.tnmib,
s.ikl countv (til*! aUM-. fin*l known on the
map of *id city an tie* wcatern n* half
of )*t, mmilM'r aix <6l, <*rawfotl want, con
in Inina a front,mo of thirty <3Ol feet on
Oglethorpe avenue, (formerly Boutti Hiai|
ptreci). nn*l it *l|pth of ninety <fo) f* **•
to a lon**, .iiuf hounded north by Oxl**
ihori M * avainn*. ** t hy eamerti one-half
•if raid hit wuth 1> lan**, and wt by
lot numlier five (') of M want The
wfßti rn on** Imlf of *.thl lot numtier
<x (6), Craw fowl ward, |a euhj** t to an
annual pnrm*l r*‘iit of twelve 2 l*"* *hl
hira, payable to the Mayor and Aldermen
of the **lv **f Bav aon ah
T**reiher with nil and alnirular. the
hou****a, hulkllnx**. e:i~*went. liable. m**m
**r* and nppiirt* nan- * thereunto be lonic
imr th* ptin !hi-< r paylfifc fr tMlea anil
revenue el amp*.
JOHN N OKIU Trustee.
IN the nisfrlef Court of Ihe Ignited
Btatre for the 800 l hern IHutrhi of Oeor-
Ifla. Eastern division. In th* matter of
J. R Oooflwln, Iwinkrupt In bankruptcy,
ITnder am! by virtue -r*f an or*ler pa-Med *n
th* 17 1 H day of H|t*nb*r, !!♦*#. Iy A 11.
Mai I ***n 11. ref ere* in bankruptcy. 1 will
ell on Tuesday, Nov. ♦. Hwb. Ml Ihe
Court House in Chatham county, within
the b'jr.il hours* of rale, to the highest
Ihld* r. for eaah, th* follow iiik |ropertjr of
eiiiffi bankrupt eatate, (o-wlt: Inum
ber tl, Puirnnlmr w ml. In Imr numtier 213
Third street, eaat. In the city *f flavancuih.
In <’hath;m lounty, tox**th r with the
Improvement# on aam* ItUfht to reject
any or all bkls reeerve*!. The above i*rojK
* rty In mild fr** from all Hen* uud Incuui
brunce*. WM. I* HARDEE, Truatev.
irilUC BALE OF LOTS.
GEORGIA, CHATHAM COUNTY—
Default having lH**n mads by Daniel 41.
Fur#* In (b** |aym*nl >f th< rki**u s—
cur**l by (hi< *rtaln I*cd l s**cur *l**bt,
mal*‘ ly Dank I <J. I’urn** to me. Charles
II Doraett, UH***l D** . &t. IW3. an I,
Chari* II Ikir-ff it. tho Indoraer thereon,
having pHkl the same.
Now I. Chari**** H Donsd. under nn*l
by virtue *f the |w#*r contained In until
k * fl, which Is r* *r l*d In ih* olfle** of
th* clerk of ih*- Superior Court of Chat
ham county, in Rook of Mortgages alts,
folio, -44. referen*.*• to th** same tielng
h* rehy * |o*<*la!l> made, will sell at public
outrry. tNforr tin* House d*sr of
ikl county, *iuring the 1* gal hours of
ks|i>, on Ti*-day, the tfh *ly of Decent•
Is r. Ifuui, s|| those several lots or parcels
of lamb situate. Ivlng and b**lng tn th?
city of ftavannah, *cnnly f Chatham and
slat** of 4l*orgltt, anl ktaiwri on the map
*r plan •f th* l*urs -uilellvision. In John
ston nml Atlantic wards, pre|iard by
!**rcy Hugden. <*lty engineer, ns loin Ntim
b r seventy-seven (77), seventy-eight (7*l),
* event y-nlne (79). eighty 06), elghty-oms
(SI), eighty-iwo <H2). eighty-three (S3),
eighty-four (M). eighty-five <h&), eighty*
six (S*i). eighty-seven (*f7). eighty-eight !*>.
n> hutulred tnl (1(g). one hutwlf**d
and seven (107), one hufxlr*d ami eight
one hundred a tel nine (16)), one hun
dred and fourteen (lit), on** hundred and
ilfteen (116). one hundre*l and sixteen (116),
n- hundred and seventeen (117). one bun
dred and eighteen (U*). on** hundred ami
nineteen 4!IB), on** hundred and twenty
four (121). one hundred anl twenty-five
(!2j). one hundred and twentyHilx and
one hundred and twenty-seven (127). (all
of said lots hing In Johnston ward);
term# * id. purchaser |wi>ing f>r deed
onl revenue stamp* on same.
C H. DORBETT
NOTICE TO DERTOUa AND CHEB
OROROIA. CHATHAM COUNTY.—
Nolle#* Is hereby given lo all fierson** hav
ing demand* against Mr lsiilH*lla Neill,
I at** of Si'ikl county. dw*sa#sd, to present
them to m*\ properly mini. out. within
the time prescribed by law, so , to sh*w
Ibelr character and amount; and all
I arsons Indebted In said deceased* are re
quire*! to make Immediate payment to me.
H.tvann h, Ga., Nov. 5. 1900.
JORDAN F HROOKfI,
15 llay atreet, west.
GIVE A GUESS!
It won’t cost you anything, and will give
you a chance to get a pair of
GEIL & QUINT’S
At our Booth in the Elks’ Carnival Grounds you’ll
find a JAR OF PEAS, To the 5 PERSONS guessing
nearest the number of peas in the jar we will give a pair
of our S.IOO shoes.
A Committee of Elks will count the peas and deter
mine the winners.
GEIL & QUINT, 205 Broughton St., West.
AHTIOt •Al.Rt Title OAT*
Titeaday, \o. u, his.'io m. m. Ulixrp.
Ills; **i i fie rit *f r-> k'-ry, r mauittni?
f 24 do* n * upa and mmii * rn, 10 k>a**fi
Imiw .>• lo%ii plat* * * larx plil*
t* r **f all -i/ ’J i**/* u f in* v taead
!*:. . ♦. |*./.i t, butter iiihe*, 34 •I'lXen
orr.ip plat* l 2* do/, n v*. # i*l** dl#h**a. 12
toxii bun* r ehfpG, I iii j-nlor#, 6 <l*>xen
jardlnb r. fi. dox k n i ui> • i>. H doxen
win** rli 21 10/.4 it ; •t*'* and iwfipri,
13 dorm fancy tl id Um m via- and
( hlrm, .1 doxn celery Jim, •; *U*z n tynip
and yln*~ at cru* * 3 do*en milk pl* her*.
tin** Bniyrna md N Ituc* • him-
Ikm • i.-i, 6 oak center • id• on*- •aahl
f*.,t oak • xt* ii-i4.i labl* , on*- *• filte r • My
i ti.ur, one wit.ow lac ker, ii oak i a kiriß
fidiaiiit. mlvi i w r , loiaiMtni of s*p*Min*♦,
f*rk fii*'b ktuv v butter knlvea, * l
-•lren'# "* ! *f knit* , i*rk an.l spo*m. four
• kube In.l sprliij?H tine ormimailit
and thr •• hlah ara*!* tdcych, *ji*> plat*
for in ale <# pouml#).
In addition to uliove. one Miiem A Ham
lin and two other blb Mrad orvtma, all
In konl • omlDlon. one Washburn xuitar
aiul thre* niandoim#
W* solicit consUicnmenta **
“Bi*!tlenient# liv after rale**
ALL TIIH OChiHB To HE BOLD AH*
HoLl TEI Y WITHOUT KKftERVfi.
HOURS ON 4NBRECTION MONDAY
Havaiinah Auitnai and Co ,
A vvINI:RIGHT, Auctioneer.
111 Whitaker Hti.i t
TWO VALUABLE BUSINESS
!OI HANt A IM'thlllM), % net !*>iie*ra.
Tt’ESOAY*. Nnv , we will ne|| at Court
H*um, •luring the URU-ii houra of *>*|4', lot
JhxX* on northwest corner of Twelfth and
Rurroturhs street*, also lot same slxe on
the norihwiM tiirn#r of Florence and
Twelfth street * Twenty new houses have
b*ati Imllt between these two tots In the
l*a#t few months. There Is business
ettoiijrh to suppm two la w stores In this
11% %Of M a DKAHMMO,
We will sell nt auction Tt’EBIAY. Nw,
f. at Court House. p<rtk>ns of wluarf lota
< .and 7 North Oglethorpe ward, having
;• ftiftii if l.Vff feet Mini il K*tth of 43 f**^*t,
more or I* se. an*! Improvements- con slat-
Due *f one two-et*ry hrk k htilldlnK at
southwest corner of Coffee Hlley and
River street. Mini one-story brick build
inx. used as a blacksmith shop.
%l 4 THIS sum II Tl HI. |%% M.
COM HER PHOITHTY INIIATIIOHIT
AVEHt K, AM IdOTN.
C. 11. IHMtHKTT, Auctioneer.
Under and by virtue of an order granted
by th** Honorable Court *f Ordinary of
Chatham County, I will sell at the Court
House tn Savannah, durbiir the usual
iNuirs of sale, on Tuesday, I>ee**mler 4,
d*)D. fffr tb- purpose of distribution and
the |n vnnut of b*Ns. the follow!mr, which
In sold an th* pro|s*rty of the estate of
tjeorge ||. Btone, deseas***!:
(•ol No. 36. Columbia ward, and the Im
provements thereon, consist tnx of a largo
two-story on Iwsement (or tellur) resi
dence. with store attached, said lot b'lng
situated on th** northeast corner of l!ai>-
• rsham and Oglethorpe avenue, formerly
Houth Itroad street, and being subject to
an annual ground rent of fifteen 62100 dol
lar *, payable to the mayor anil aldermen
of the city of Savannah; also lota letters
and “0, M In Dale ward; lot letter
'‘li" hiving a front of 31*% feed on West
Itroad street, bat ween Ttilrly-elghth an*!
Thirty-ninth streets, and facing, Wells
square, by a depth of 110 feet to a lane;
lot letter '•O’* having a front of thirty feat
on Thlrty-elghtli street, between West
Itroad and Hurrotighs streets, by n depth
of one hundred and twenty feat to a
lane. Terms cash, purchaser paying tor
re venue stumpa
' HARLEfI W. HACBHY.
Administrator Estate (ho. 11. fltona.
ADMINISTRATOR S SALE.
FLAT'44I-K A 4‘41., Aii<*ti,,nrrr.
Under and by vlrture of an onlar granl
e.l hy th Ordinary of Chatham county.
Goorgla, I will ,<>ll before lh Court llouna
door In Chatham county, during the legal
tmur* of *ale, on Tuday, th*- ith day of
IK'cemlior, HO*, the following iV-m-Hlx-d
property to-wit; The northern portion of
lot of land 37 O'Neill ward, in tho city of
Savannah, containing *>i foot, more or leae,
on Walker *tr<*ct, and 54 feel, more or lewt,
on Wllaon tr-et. togelhar with the im
Hold for payment of debt* and dUtrlbu-
Iton. Term* cash, purchaser paying tor
title* and revenue •tamp*.
M. A. (YnTRNB,
AdmtnUtrator Btate of Ellen Morgan, dc
sTrricH Tf* dertiirh as j ckkdit^
GKORGIA. r'IIATHAM COUNTY -
Notice 1* hereby given to all persona hav
ing denginda ugatnftt Don Agoo*. late of
e .l lit county, deceoned, to pr.-aent 4hem
•o me. properly made out, within Ihe lima
preacrihed by law, no a* to whow rhelr
character untl amount; ami alt person*
Indebted lo said deceased, are required lo
make immediate payment •" me.
Havannah. Gw., flict, I. 19WI
JORDAN F RROOKS.
15 Hay atreet. wrest.
OLD NFWBFA PKRB. W> for S cent* at
Bustnms Office Morning New*