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GEORGIA’S EARLY RECORDS.
ll,iw wumiikh* of u. h. more tu
h ive TEM n BL19IIKI).
4)rltn*l llrrorilt Arr In the lrrhlf
„f Rnglawd—Th* l of Capyla*
(ho I ©r> Comprehewalve Work wad
„j I'u I, I 100 (lon Would Dr ( onwlder
(i li I Daughter* of Ihr lletnlntlnn
\\nni (hr State to Delray li— llrr
ordii W rrr Copied hi • foot of 4i:i.-
mal. hut (hr op4r* W rrr Hurnrd.
The Savannah delegate# to ,the Slate
Convention of (he Daughter* of the
American Revolution have gone to At-
I inta. where the ealon Will begin Iht*
morning Mr*. Edward Karow. Mr* T
jj Morgan. Mr*. John M. Bryan and Mr*,
j s. Wood will lie the Savannah Chap
ter . representative* In the convention.
M ,j,,rr II I* expected there will he aome 1®
delegates Mr*. I)arile! Manning of New
York, the president general of the aooley,
mil Mr* Donald McLean, regent of the
>;, *• York City Chupter. will both be
pne. nt. The session* will be held In
Cringle House, and Mr*. Robert Kniory
j,K of Macon, president, wll! be in the
While they nr* In Atlanta many of the
number* of the society will exert their
Influence to prevail upon the members of
the Legislature to make an appropriation
for the publication of the colonial records
,f rporgia. They are greatly Interested
In rhi- work, having had It In mind for
eon. month* and having expended much
tltr.' and effort upon It
Mi park has appeared before the Ap-
I ~.|.rl Uion* Committee of the Legt-la
tut on behalf of the appropriation the
Da'ighters ore striving to *•■ nrp. Just
v .11 amount she has sought for the work
J- not known In Savannah. Mrs Karow.
when n la*! night, did not know, hut
ex: .lined that 313.0*) had lieen expended
1. f,. r ,. ,n securing i-ople* of the original
n ..|, ilia tar# ft led away In the archives
Georgia. Mrs. Karow said. Is th* only
one of the ortg!h.ir thirteen state* that
h*.- not Its colonial record*. Even Ala
bama. not one of the colonies, has record*
Thai antedate those of Georgia has of
t,s own history. Other elates have ex
pended large sums upon this work, va u-
Ing tlielr records highly enough to spare
It Is the deulre of the Daughter* of the
Confederacy that the re-ord*. w n*n trans
,.rir...i be turned over the Georgia His
torical Society for wife keeping They
would remain the propeny of the *ta:.
end a* many published copes as might
1.. desired could be ©in i!u',d The mem
ber* of the society, sail Mrs. Karow.
have no personal or selfish Interest In th,*
mutter, their only wish being to bring
ut.ru: the appropriation and to have (}• or
gta in possession of the history of its
}ly virtue of a resolution ol the Georgia
Legislature |si seed on Dec. 23. IS3T, th**
Governor at that time appointed the Rev.
Charles Wallace Howard an agent of the
state to go to lcondon for the purpose of
|.rorunr.g the colonial records, ot copies
now 111 the cokinlal departments .f Greet
Britain. The** do uinents. comprising
twenty-two large folio volumes, avetag-
Ing over 3X> page-* each, were carefully
opted, at a cot eg 37.000. which had been
appropriated by th© state for that pur
lot ami they were committed 10 tie
archives of Georgia
Two year* after this. In May. 1839. the
Georgia Historical So lely was organised
nml In the act of It* Incorporation spe la!
provision was made, whereby these valu
h • documents should be cuhflded to Its
are and keeping, until further dlepo-itlon
so.aid bo made of them by the Gemrgl
v - mb|y. During the next few years
1 iop WUltara Haeon Steven*, who was
li.en writing his hlsiory of Georgia, ha 1
im atant acces* to them, and later the
1 Georg" White !-o nail© u.-e of
pm in preparing hi* Invaluable llls
t Meal Collections."
It I* seen, therefore, that the-e pap r
malticd sa/l> in the cugicdy of the
..rgla Historical Society In Savannah
until ism. wlien Col. Charles C. Jones ob
i rod the p©rmt>*loii of the Governor of
i, otgla to have the records sent to him
■u August*, to he used as leference while
s itiiig his history of Georgia.
vfur th< completion of ml- work, i >*
j. lM wro:e to the Governor ami *t tnc
, tlmo to th* Historical Society. *ug
ting the advisability of returning (her.
.nils io the archives of the state whose
c <,|K*rtv they were, since they liud beep
Us*d by several historians. This sugge©-
i ti was #■ '."d upon and the documents
i te aent to Atlanta and placed among
it" inpers m the old Capitol, whe *
. y resnd until they were unearthed by
in. ,-icomr> and stnrn*d upon the fata,
.rney which ended In the burning of hi
inlilcnr* at Oxfotxl.• (>., and the total
ti iruc'i'.on of th (iotumniti*.
While ill of Ike material of * strictly
natur*. Mr Karow raid, wsi
u* fitted by thoite h!*rtan* who hod h*J
i ,ctm to fhen>. ther* rerniii*l n>uah dat.i
f icreat value which haa never been pu>
inlerwiini mutter (Hating to h*
• to 1 and religious lit lons* of the ce
ntal period, bemde* fetich rwwili a* the
pnio-fdlngi of th** Court of Pifiidenti
** Ki AaiUtant!* between 1741*17&4; xlao che
api'.tcatiorMi of peraocie to whorr allot
rm-nti of land were made and other like
.!■ formation of eapeclal Interest to members
• th* patriotic sodetlcw.
No tranacrlpe of record* prior to 173S em-
Ir.uMnr * period of from 1732-ITJTi had been
t \ de In laond>*ri The Gxonrta Historical
icty upcai Irartili.jr of this information
* v t no time in appropriating Ifi.OOO to
’ ive those addiiioriai record*. Indispensa
♦ o the complete history of the colonial
I- Had, transcribed. The application of
' ■ *** >rj*l,i disclosed the fact to the lCnitllxh
(fvemment that important papers relat
t.* she early history of Geo rain wer*
eprated and In a state of confusion In
•ha public office and an order was tmme
• • uely made for their transfer to the
•• piper office, where they are now.
T **>**• iast transcripts were ahlpwrecked
*Y the . mm of North Carolina, which ac
■umta for the had condition that they
•ere In when they reached Georgia. The
aiaiaturw afterward* reimbursed the
Historical Society for this rxpen
*'ire. and the*e additional rec
■ rds bemme the property of the state
• i.l w.‘re, with the other paper*, turned
■ • < r to Col. J>nes and eventually met the
‘ Thun it appars.*' said Mrs. Karow, aft
r. dl'MMiHainK the matter, "that the state
' Georgia valued h r colonial history
iflklently to expend a total sum of $13,000
" order to obtain a complete copy of her
••lonHi records. It is to he earnestly
1 '!•*■• I that the pre* nt l*<Rislature will
• t turn a deaf ear to our petition, but
nulate the patriotism of their predeces
rs of ivT7 and that he*e Wcti-
will be reclaimed by the state
rou*h the efforts of the I>.u*heni of
f ■* American Revolution.'*
TO TALK Ol*’ i'HIXA.
Her. r. C. NeigH to itprsk at the
tirlattan < harrh.
F C Meigs of China, who has
n In tb.it country aince 11*7, will speik
'' the Christian Church to-nlirht Mr
Is a very interesting and effective
• *ker. and will be well worth he<rnx
Hi add rets will describe the present con
•*uion of China—the causes that have led
• ' . ami the probable outcome
t'nlieenmn Ur(|uadf'a %eellent.
1 itrohtiAti M. M(Quale. who was acel-
- tally shot last Tnurwlajr, passed rather
unfavorable day yaaterday. l-iat night
' K. 8 Osborne and aaetsilrjf physicians
mpted to remove the ball* but were
Work, i B
It’a enough to wear any one out.
First it's washing, in damp’ and draft.
Then it's ironing with the hot stove and
the hard work to endure. And in be
tween whiles, meals to get, hou*e to
clean, and children to tend. It's bad
enough for a well woman but for a weak
woman it'* alow torture. Dr. Fierce’#
Favorite Freacnption cures the diseases
of the delicate organs which weaken
women It make* weak women strong
and aick women well.
Sick women are invited to consult Dr
Fierce by letter, frtt of charge. All
correspondence ttrirtlv private. Address
Dr. K. V Fierce, Buffalo. N. V.
"My health is the best now that it has been
tor four years,- write* Mrs Phebe Morns of Irm.
Caywp C N Y Bo* *i -I hire taken hot
two bottle* of tout medicine. ' Paeoote !*re
scnption and t golden Medical Discovery
These medicines have done me more eood than
all that 1 have ever taken before Before I took
your medicines I was u;k in t*ed nearly half the
time I couldn’t do my work only about half
the time and now T can work all the time for a
family of four My advice to all who are troub
led with female weakness is to take Dr Pierre's
ysvonte Prescription and c'aolden Medical IHa
coverv the most wonderful medicines In the
Dr. Pierce’* Pleasant Pellet* sweeten
ItK<’ORDER IIAD LtROE DOCKET.
Kittle flnlmew, Cttitrged With Thefl.
Sent to f'lt* C'onrt.
The u*ual large Monday docket wo* In
the Recorder'* court yesterday morning.
There were forty-three ca*e* from arrest*
of Saturday and Sunday, ard several that
had been left over from prevloua day*.
Kittle Holme*, the member of the demi
monde. who was arrested Saturday night
on the charge of the theft of tTO from ,
visitor to the house of which she I* an
Inmate, wu remanded to th© (Tty Court
on th© charge of simp,© larceny.
To the *.<m© tribunal w*s *erd tv. c
Grove*, the proprietor of the hir of the
Planter'* Hotel, on the charge of i!n'-
Inga pltol at another not In hi* own
defense Tht* I* the ease mat giew out
of the row that oerurred Friday be
tween Grove* and A. J. I'etera. It ]C
■urred In the afternoon In the stor- of
llaslam A Cos., where Peter* t* employed,
and created a great deal of excltem nt
The case of William I.a. ount c010r..!
arreated for an assault with Intent to
murder, committed with a rock u;o:i
lexw Wntteman. wa* continued. a*
Whiteman 1* still too 111 from hi* Injuries
to appear In court.
Allen Bryan colored, arrested Bun lav
night on the charge of having robbed ihe
store of Messrs. H. H. IVep.es A Son
on Nov. 6. was remanded to th- Dupe.l r
Court. To the Superior Court will sent
also Sam Walls, colored. Giiarg'd with
•result with intent to murder
The case of Tom Holme*, colored, wao
Sunday afternoon, cut John Calloway,
a'so colored, was continue*!
Henry Manning. Harry Cody >nd
Charles Johnson, all white n.en. that
were arrested Saturday for vagrancy,
were sent to the City Court on that
A t OAKEDEH ATE CALBADAR.
He IB gold to Aid the lvl* Monu
The Daughters of the Confederacy have
uidertaken Ihe erecdon of the Dava,
monument and It 1* their wish to accom
plleh the work a* speedily a? posslbl'
In erecting thl* monument to the Pre.d
dmt of the Confederate Statea It t* an
honor not alone to him hut a loving trib
ute to the cause for which he suffered
To he.l, raise the fund* (or the monu
ment n beautiful calendar ha* been gi
out. It m sold to the chapters throughout
the South at the cost price of 10 cents, to
be resold at 21 cent*, thu* enabling
them to realise IS cent* Thl* eem a
very little, but If each Veteran. Ron of
Veterans and Daughter* or Confederacy
would buy one. It would mean much. The
. deodar I* artistically arranged, the four
Confederate flag* on outside covering,
without letter.ng. make a pretty picture
for framing. Koch state has a page de
voted to event* In If* Confederate his
tory. and monument* of Interest. Mi
Theu*. #lo Mr Solomon*, ha* offered to
•ell these calen'kirs. and Ml©* l’lna Hl*
Oglethorpe avenue. ea*t. historian of the
Savannah Chapter, will giadly All any or
Mr* N V. Randolph.
Chairman Central Committee.
aiPKRSEDKA* WAS RE El AED.
Judge Falllgant Refnaed In atop
I onilemiinlinn Proeeedlngs.
Judge Kalllgant refused to grant an
order of supersedes*, asked on yeterdav
hy the plaintiff In the InJunetlon *ult of
the Havannah. Florida and Western Rail
way Company, against the Postal Tela
Judge Falllgant. a short lime *lnce. re
fused tlie temporary Injunction and dis
solved the restraining order previously
granted In thl* ca*e. The plaintiff sought
to have the defendant prohibited from
constructing It* line* of telegraph Along
the railroad right-of-way and from the
further continuance of condemnation pro
ceeding* for thl* purpose.
Judge Fiilllgan't decision, refusing the
temporary Injunction, will he carried hy i
fast bill of exception* to the Supreme
Court, and the plaintiff wanted Judge
Falllgant.to gran the order of superse
deas. preventing further proceedings hy
Ihe telegraph company, until the Supreme
Court ho* rendered It* decision. A* tatid
above, the application was refused
HEI.I.ISG LITTLE CLOTH IMG.
Ao Demand for Heavy Garment* Hir
ing the Warm Weather.
None appreciate the advent of sneer
weather more heartily than the retail
clothing merchant* of the city. Their
fervent hope Is that the thermometer will
go to some very low mark very soon,
as there ha* been t>ut very little doing in
their line thus far thl* *ea-on.
Rave for a few day*, the weather ha*
not been at all suggestive of winter. ,n.l
it has not occurred to iieople to buy their
heavy clothes Th# clothing houses hod
laid In their *lo~k and were expecting io
sell a portion of It long before thl*. Th*v
have had to meet'the payments upon the
stock* when they fell due. and there have
been comparatively light sale* to .-mb'e
them to do so. One of the merchant*
said that it ha* been a matter of some
concern to some of those In his bus 111 as
to cope with the situation, and tht they
are obliged to hove cold weather come
oon for their own ealvettoso.
THE MOKNING NEWS: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27.1900.
A Day Like This
You Need a
The absolutely "NO SMELL" stove, and
the only stove allowing the oxygen In the
room to remain. The Itarler coet* less
than A CENT AN HOCK TO HI'N
Saves all the Lthor and dirt of a grwte
fire. Give* out *) times the heat Will
heal with ease room It feel #<iuare.
We have all style* and slxe*.
Come and examine till* great heater.
Thos. West & Cos,,
11 BROUGHTON STREET- WEST.
~"THK MILLIONAIRE BANKER'
must C to enjoy hi* million*, the poor
man must C to earn and enjoy a square
meal. Before going to Dr Kalooti. Atlanta
—C what Keg. as can do for your eje*
Though not the only i*'bble tu tu* spec
tacle line, he may nave you quite a few
dollar*, and make reading an 1 working
a pleasure, while now 11 i- a hardship Jt
East Broughton Hair, Jewelry and Rhav
Ing Supply House. The place in Savaon m
for solid gold spe-’tacJ-s at I-' 13 l" r pin.
"rEDDICK-ADAMS DANCING ACAD
emy' soiree a: th. Catholic Library Halt.
Friday evening. Nov 3o Admission V 1
cent*, la die* free. Ra-kin’s Orchestra
Secure your Invitation* from She man
COMPLETE TOUR THANKS' II VINO
DINNER WITH ONE OF SCHAFER'S
CELEBRATED IMME-MAPE MINCE
MEAT I*l BF ORDER EARL* I'
SCHAFER. 210 JEFFERSON AND 1
LIBERTY. F. VST
~APV E ItTIS EM ENTS SET IN CAI*
ITAIJt WILL HE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLI'MN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
GO TO Jets H."BAKER IN MARKET
for fine meat*, poultry, gam", hralna,
sweetbread. I rip'.; ‘phone 23i.
THANKSGIVING DAY WILL - SOON
be here. See Miller for a suitable table to
hold that turkey and trimmings Dining
table*. *ldeboaril*. buffet*, china closet*,
clialr* to pirase anybody. 3W Broughton,
SCHAFER’S CELEBRATED HOME
MADE MIN- ’E MEAT PIES FOR
THANKSGIVING DINNER ORDER
EARLY P SCHAFER. 210 JEFFERSON
AND 12* LIBERTY. EAST.
YOF WILL LIKE THE MILK FROM
SprlngileLi Dairy; it's rich and pure: ir>
DON’T FORGET THAT MILLER
sells doll* and toys. Come and see our
holiday assortment. 507 Brought,,n. west
HYACINTH AND NARCISSI’S BULBS,
palm*, rubber plant*, cut flower* and
floral design* from Oelwchig’s Nursery,
opposite Patholle Cemetery. J. Gardner,
agent, 12 Rroughton ©treet. east.
CSO FOR ART SQUARES WHILE
they last. Big assortment, all grades of
art squares, rugs, mat*, portiere* C P
CHOICE LINE OF WILLOW AND
cobbler seat rockers for Ihe holt lays, at
Treple'a. 217 Broughton, wed.
I AM NOW LOCATED AT 4M WEST
Broughton; ring up lIS6 If you want to
have your fumliure moved or packed for
shipment or storage. I guarantee price*
th* name as I do the work that’s given
io me A S. Grlffl.i. 414 Broughton street,
west; mattresses mad* to order
KENSINGTON FARM MILK 13 UN
surpassed for richness; delivery Is per
f eti phone 3346
IF ITS RI OS YOU WANT YOU CAN
get them che'aper from McGlllla.
I! FOR WOVEN WIRE COTS WHILE
they last. C. I*. Miller, agent.
BEE MILLER FOR OFFICE DESKS,
office table*, office matting, office shade#
307 Broughton, west.
WHEN YOU SEE M OILLIS SIXTY
Inch -ceni rug*, you will buy them.
Just can’t help It; will sell In ny quan
TEBPLE IS SHOWING A NICE LIVE
of carpet* matting rug*, shade*, lino
leum; cheapest In town.
"FURNITURE MOVED WITH CARE."
I* a specialty with McGIUI*.
FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED. MAT
treme* renovated, antique furniture repot
Irhed, furniture packed, and shipped In
best manner. Send me your orders. C. P
KIMBALL’S ANTI - RHEUMATIC
rln* ©very r reumall© ouaht to wear. J.
Gardner agent, 12 Rroughton street, east.
MOIIXIS' LACE CURTAINS WILL
beautify your parlor
M OILLIS ISA CHEAP ON RUG®. NET®,
lar* curtn'n*. hammock*, water cooler*
pillow*, picture-, atove*. bt-droom aullf,
and furniture of every daaerlptlon.
“lF YOU DON’T FIND WHAT YOU
want where you are dealing, suppose you
try Miller III* assortment I* the beat In
town 2 7 Broujrhtrn. west
FOR A PRETTY BEDROOM SUIT
parlor and dining-room furniture, o<i
should go to Te©pl©'s.
KCNSINOToft FARM is on AN
elevation In lha evumry. free from city
drainage Impoaalt le for ml kto become
contaminated, by Impure odor*; If you
want pure Jersey milk, phon*- 234 V Da
llvrry prompt; atl*factlon guaranteed.
M’GILLIH MOVES FACKH HIIIPB
and store- piano* and furnliure beat work
only; no "Chaap-John" price*—no ’'(’haap-
"canary birds, gold fish wa
ter grave*, hone flour at 12 Broughton
SEE MILLER'S NEW STVI.F.S IN
enrpet*. matting*, linoleum*, window
shades All work done In flrst-tda* > style.
Get our estimate. 27 Hrughton. west.
M’GILLIS SELLS SIXTY-INCH RUGS
-Smyrna pattern*—for 99 rent*.
TEEPLF CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON
etove*. steel range* oil hea'er* and hot
tuff heater* 217 Broughton. w©at
>BK MILLER 8 NEW STEEL STOVE®
and range*, oil hcvler*. wood heater*.
b*t make*, reliable good*. r©aon*bl*
price*. 207 Broughton, wed
ADVERTISEMENT 3 SET IN CAP
ITALS WILL BE PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR IJEHd
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, order your lltho*r.,ph©d and
printed stationery and blank b oka from
Morning New*, Savannah. Oa-
!>tuiyiovn! ruin *rr the !f Aiff, rt*
llabi#. T*k# no oth#r B*n! 4 pf uni m
for particular*. ’'Relief for Igmllea." in
leitrr by return mail A*k your tlrugxlKt.
Chlcheater Oiemlcal Co*. PhiUtia , )'.
HOW ARK YOUR FEET? IF TOUR
fret are trouhlintt you. call on in* anti 1
will give you rtlkf; I cure Inxrontns
naiU>. orri and all dHruci of the fcot
without pain; chanter* rcaaonnMa; can
five the lre! reftrencea In the dty; ia*
Rente Irwifsl at reoktenree. orders * *n
be left at Llvlnxeuui'e dru* etore. Hull
and i’orijrM atretie: telephone M. l.tn
Davie, onrgeon chin>pol)t
IIKLP \% %VI ll—%l %|.E.
HAUEHMEN WANTED TO HKUI< OUR
foods* b\ ►ample to wholeeale and reta.l
trade, we are the lariteet anti only man
ufarturere in our line In the world; liberal
ealarv pild Addreee. Can*D#x Mff Cos.
office. Doanl of Trade Building, Savan
\\ \\ r*S ORGANI 'KS rt >i:
iP-to-d.te fraterniil Ineuran ' order for
colored people exclusively Add Term Afro-
American Irseurance An*o. .Memphit.
IIRUr W UITF.O-riH ALE.
UoiT I' NT USE
one that can oome well recommended
No SIS 0,1-ton street, east.
ADVERTIBEMKNTS .:T TV CAT
ITAIjS WIU. RE PRINTED IN C HAS
SIFTED ADVERTISEMENT COhUMN
FOR TWO UFNTF A WORD NO AD
VFRTIBEMENT TAKEN FOR UCBS
:%tri.C*Y HUNT W %NTEO.
wanted situation of any
kind by younsr man (34). f|*efike French.
Itelioi Bpanlah, mlno ttudird
nil) ine in Europe three ye.tr*. AiMreea
K I* Morniruc Newe
WANTED. UY A FIRBT-CEABB MEAT
cutter and grocery man. ponitlon Ad*
Jrej*j* Reliable, care thta office
WANTED. POSITION AS BUTLER,
steward or night cook In restaurant; brat
references. Box 12, New*.
WANTED WORK IN A PLUMBING
shop *s helper for a boy It! year* Any
one In need of such, please addres*
Mother, care New*.
“POSITION AS BUTLER DRIVER OR
man around office hy Industrious 1-oU",* 1
man Addr. - Industrious, care Murmlit
WANTED. GENTLEMAN WANTS 1"
sit Urn a* clerk in wholesale or retail gro
cery. or hardware house; has had several
years’ experience in holh. and has first
.lass recommendations from where I
worked Address Competent, care Morn
ANTED—MIgf 188.8.131.52%n0t g.
A NEVVtTpTpKH EABt"
ner. The owner of a newspaper and Job
office in Klorwtn who is a practical (Wint
er, needs a partner who is an experienced
newspaper roan, sol a (borough hustler.
Not necessary hut preferable ttrat he he
a young man. a practical printer and have
about I2.Y> to put In the business; munt
Iw a good business solicitor. INiper is
old established, and In richest agrkuliti
rnl county in state. Address with No. 1
reference* only, •'Partner.” care News
HTEHEOI'TIfON OR MOVING Pic
ture outfit, must tie in prefect order and
cheap. loimp, New* Office.
"Wl WANT TO RUY SOER. FER
mented syrup A<ldres. mall samples and
prices. Augusta Hteim Candy Factory.
IK YOU WANT GOOD'MILK. OCT IT
from Spiinglltld Dairy; it's rich, pure and
IF YOU WANT A PLACE TO DUMP
earth, dirt, rand, manure, etc., free of
charge, just at city limit*, hauling over
hard road, write or telephone Brown
Bros , corner Anderson and Eaal Broad
ADVERTISEMENTS RET IN CAP
ITALB WILL ME PRINTED IN CLAft
-81 FI ED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR I.EStt
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
southern and eastern expo*,ire. ilrt
floor: hot and and cold water; for gen
tlemen only. SM Hull alrprl
NEATLY FERNIHHED ROOMS. ALL
convenience*. M* Barnard street, near
I*ol4 Itl.M —Hill SEA.
FOR RENT xoMF'.HTABLE HOUSE
No 217 Waldburg street, east, U tween
Aberoorn and Lincoln, flrsl-claaa order
and condition; every convenience Itlgni
rent to right tenant. Estate Salomon
Cohen, West Broad and Rroughton streM*.
FOR RENT. THOSE TWO FINE
house* on Duffy street, near Lincoln. Jut
completed, with every convenience and
modern Improvement. Apply Nugent's
Bakery. 310 Bryan *lreet, west.
FOR RENT. THAT DESIRABLE REB
tdence No. 3® Oglethorpe avenue, west,
near Rnrnard: immediate possession. Ap
FOR RENT OR BALE. THAT MAH
nifleent residence on th# southeast corner
of Gwinnett and Barnard strreia. 1 D. Iyt-
FOR RENT RESIDENCE Ed PERRT
street, weal. Apply to Andrew Hanl.-y
'TO RENT, 221 AND 2.T R"t.T<>N
street, east; these are good houae* and
location excellent. Apply to C. A. Mcln
tlre, 4H B ard of Trade Building
“for RENT. SEVERAL DESIRABLE
residences, thoroughly renovated Apply
A Wylly. agent. 12 Bryan street, east
fob HI %I' Ml*' I’M, AM ot n.
~ T.ABtTfT'wXm^BH^ tH~ANirTjfT’TcK
FOR RENT CORNER BROUGHTON
AND WEST RROAD STREETS; FOR
MERLY OCCUPIED BY THE. SAVAN
NAH CARRIAGE AND WAGON CO. H
I SMART _
FOR RENT OR SALE THAT EI.E
gont fatm. four mile* on the Augusta road
(paved), containing two hundred and
three acre*, fifty of which are under a
high state of cultivation; there are on the
place three dwellings, two Drge barn*
a,.,| packing ahtsri. a fine arteeLn well;
everything tn flrst-rlass order; two rail
roads run through the land I D. Iji-
for RENT, on THE OGEBCHBR
road, between three and four-mils post*
(trolley cars nearly to two-mlle poet), land
In lots from a * a- ra to one hu'
same can be bought In large or small lot*
on easy term*. C H. Dorsett,
SEVERAL NICE FARMS TO RENT
near dig for the rom.ng yejtr. D. B. lis
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITALS WILL ME PRINTED IN CLAS
SIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
I for TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AD-
I VERTIBEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
1.09 T %%D FOI Mi.
LOST. WHITE. BLACK AND TAN
hound bitch, named Countess. Rewanl If
left at Savannah Brewery. W. M. June*.
"mir msi cm;
i For sals at all Nanrs Stand* In Savannah.
FOR * 41.1:—HF. At. ESTATE.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
!TAI> WM.I. Ill; PRINTED IN CL.AS
SIKIKD ADA ERTISBMKNT COLI'MN
Ft) 14 TAAii CENTS A WORD No AD
VERTISI HUNT TAKEN FOR LEAS
FOR SALE A L< >T FOR TAVo HUN
ffrr<l flktJiiirs o.4 #v trrm. on Ninth f.rppf,
uexr !:*m Umid; tu> city (axntion. C. li.
FOH SALK U>TS ON NINTH RTKKFT
l i t rn 'li> f x#*h. hi
rat h, twenty-five UoiUix rtth, ,ttd cany
monihl> I'xymrnt* C. II lKnw*ti.
FOH I! I*OTB ON NINTH NKAH
P.A*i Hroad mi etch; will
hf mly ttm •-*.! In %2£>. wlitn m lot h* h#pn
|mUl fi>i 1 tm airing* 10 g**l m born*
built. C II I*orit
ni:air>KNri: and ni’iuptNn~i.otb
for Hal* All ov*r ttie city. Robert 11.
Tat*m. real estate l a!er. Nx 7 York
FOR BAI.K TIIOW laOTH ON NINTH
•treet, lira* Kant Hroad; have only • n
•©id to Dist-rU- part ten. who will make
• noi|til>o:s. untl none ntbern ran buy
The term are very rssy, and thev r
cheaper than any others tn the vicinity
C. 11. iH-nwit.
APVI i <i:mi \i s BET IN •' \l '
kUI WILL HR PRINTED 1% CU9
81 FI HI Al\ i : ItTISI .\\! •!NT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS \ WORD NO AD
vi;rtisi:mi:.nt taki;n for lesb
for sm:*-tth( ut.i. %m:ii .
BOY REM. THL COLOR KING! TRY
R when your favorite iiu i> fail#, at Zoc
bottle m itlrd to *1 Kilt of honey makes a
splendid mixture for Infants and children
TiKNZOIN HALM MAKKH THE BKIN
like velvet, for h.ila by druggist cr ar ||**n
r\ and Alu*r rti l’ r- m lrug Stores,
Whitaker and Taylor streets
FoR SAl.i: STYLISH fVMRINATION
liorM*. at aurtnm io *Uv, H . 1 k. at
Younglove A Slpplf’n staide-.
HKLOIAN IIARLH START RIGHT
with our Rig Four >ff*r, for
125 We send you e*prea |re-
Crtl'i, Ihree fine prillxri'id. red
mont |ipular eir.itfia l ied to bill ka
and taring over )'H>b*i(is. Itritaina, etc ,
and on** tin** high scoring ntud
buck. Save m!tdleman’ft enormoua
profit and order direct from Hrl
taln Rabbltry. nrluriesaie lreeil*rs
n-i shippers, Watsonville, Cal.; tK>oklet
FIRE PROOF SAFES WE CARRY A
fine lin- of fire proof safe* In •tof'k at vll
times Tlie t*irties can see exactly wrhat
they are gettinx Our price* re aa lw
nionufa durera •*'!! It. with freight aWl
e*l Forties Interested, who wish g'v*l
fire pro f safe will d4> well to Inspect
our stock Llppiuan Bro*.. LU>|mau
block, rtgento for manufacturer*.
SPRINGFIELD DAIRY IS NOTED
for having rich, pura milk, try II; you
Will be pteaed
* TURPENTINE LOCATION FOR
sale. 1S rroiei first y r tioxe*; 12 00 ‘ n rw*
round limber, at SI 50 per acre; par
thousand boxen for loaned t:vnter; pier ty
of timber to be got, in five mil*a of rail
road; will give pn*9f-*t>n now or at <>nd
of reason Addito* Round Timber. c*ig
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN OAP
ITAIaS WILL HE PRINTED IN OLAS
SI El ED ADVERTISEMENT UOLUM.N
FOR two cents a word no AD
VERTISEMENT taken for less
vm % F.n.
STRAYED OR BToiJSN. FRoM NOR
ton (•aeture. Ogeeehee road, one small
Ma k horne mule, blind me eye Re
wanl If returned. Thomason A Harvey.
310 Harris, weet.
HO All 111 SO.
FURNISHED ROOMS, FI RBT-< T-ASS
table bianl. Ml Jones street, eaat.
11l SIHIS.* f M INt’KM.
ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITA IJ* WILL 111-: PRINTED IN FLAB
SI FI ED ADVERTISEMENT COLUMN
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD. NO AD
VERTISEMENT TAKEN FOR LESS
I*l.l ASIII Mi.
modern plumping, it will he
to your intereat to let me giv* you n eo
-1 tmale on your plumbing, new or ok)
work; repair work a specialty, as I am
a prartk’al plumber. No Kuesn work to
• ndanger your life, Wiggins, ’phone 807.
Georgia or Bell.
mi*< a. .
DON T TIIOUIILE YOURSELF A ROUT
j moving your furniture, relaying your car
j pets or matting Perry * Renton will re*
; lieve you of all that trouble.
WE GUARANTEE TO DO~YOUR
1 (dmnbing wrk cheaper than any one
tlae. A C. Price A Cos.. State and Jef
| ferson at reels; ‘idtonra G&8
11AVF YOUR HOUBi I’AINTED
with German ready mixed paint; entlr*
satisfaction guaranteed. Adams Faint
“ WANTED ONE THOUSAND HUN
gry (xople at H>* Soul hern Grocery Com
pany, 114 Bernard street.
1 _ WF HELL HEWER FITE ELITE
pipe, fire clay, fire brick at lowest price*.
Adams Faint Company, 104 Congre**.
FERRY “ BENTON. 19)' STATE
street, west, will move. pack, ©hip or alore
! your furniture al short notice; *lo ren
ovate your old maltrense* at IHtle coat.
: Bell 'phone 1124.
NOW IH TUB TIME TO GET RID OF
1 your second-hand Move; we wIU sake It
In exchanre for n new one A C Prlca
A Cos., flrata and Jefferson street; 'phones
MOM THAN ONE HUNDRED '*ENTB
In svery <kllnr of your hard-earned hard
rash at the Southern Grocery Company,
114 Barnard street.
"OYPHINB IS WALL FIN
j l*h made Adama Paint Cos., Savannah
| agents, I©4 Crngress, west
WE HAVE A FULL LINK OF MAN
i tele from 10 cents to cent*, put up free.
I A C. Price A (*©., Slate ami
I streets, phone J* 81.
* REDUCE TOUR LIVING EXPENSE*
by Investing your hard-earned hard rash
with tha Southern Grocery Company, 114
j “ADVERTISEMENTS SET IN CAP
ITA Ml WILL PE PRINTED IN CLAfU
SI FT ED AD V ERTISI7M ENT CO LI TM N
FOR TWO CENTS A WORD NO AD
: VERT ISE M ENT TAKEN FOR USX*
: Bv'active Wid <vakv
Snd for CataJaprr ‘tftt/H.H/lfA,
IK YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, oruer your llthaaraphcd and
print©d atatlonery and blank book* from
Morning N*w, Savannah, Oa.
PUBLIC SALE OF LOTS.
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY— '
Default having been tnab by Daniel G !
I'urae in the |ftA\ni*nt of the no lea se
cured by th.i certain led to secure ilebt. |
made by Dank it). Pure.* t* n**. Charlea j
H Duraett, dated D< 3* \kki. anl I.
having |>ail the aani<
Now I. Chari* *. H u t. r anil '
by virtue of the post-r ontalne*| in s.ikl
deed which is r * led in the offi ■*• if
tin* tlerk of the Superior Court of Chat
ham county. In Book of Mortgages lit;*, i
folio. M 4. reference to the earn* being !
hereby especially made, will sell at public |
outcry, before the Court tlou-i dnu of ■
s.id county, during the kgal laairs f
sale, on Tuesday, the Mil day of Decern
Ih t. 19UU. all those several lots r pateels j
of land, situate, lying and bring in (tie
city of Savannah, county of Chatham and
state of Georgia, ami known on the map
or plan of the Purse subdivision. In John
ston and AHaitl* wards, prepared by
Percy Sugden. clt> engineer. h lots Num
ber seventy-seven fTi>. srv*nty-*lght <7M),
• eventv-nlne (7f), • Igiily ivm, elghty-one
• All. elgbty-IW'O eighty-three <M),
eighty-four tM. eightv-rive tftt). eighty
nlx . alghty-iN'ven tK7>. eighty-eight (M>.
tne huiwtrr and ami Mx 006i. ana hundred
• lid aevevt (Itffi. one hundred and < Ight
tinsi, one hundnd and nine tla>. one hun
dred ami fourteen (114. hundred and
ffften (IIS), one hundred ami sixteen tllH),
ne hiimlred and ncvriiteen (117), ue bun
ire! ami eighteen ill***, one hunlr*-l .tnl
nineteen (lit), one hundretl and tweniy
ftmr (1241. one bumlrtd ami twenty-live
(125*. one huitlr*dand Iweiity-six a**l
one hundred uiul twenty H vrn (127). *all
of said lots being In Jtdmeton warl*.
t*rms cash, purcha-* r |w\tng for deed
and revenue stamps on Itne
C II DORBKTT
GEt *RGIA. CHATH AM COUNTY
Will ie- Add. on the first Tue?..lay In De
. ember n> xt. Iciiig ti*** Y*irilr *lay of De*
e*nb‘r, .t iHibib outer> at th* Court
House In raid county, wluiln tlm legal
hours of sale, t* the highuiM bidder (4r
cash, certain profierly of wid I* the fol
lowing i*- *i full and complete description
An undivided one fourth (* 4 * part of ft.l
that tra 4 of land, wharf property, wttn
the op|">rtrc>an< -s. situate#l lying and be
Ing in the eastern |*ort|on of sai*l city of
Savannah, ami known and distinguished
in the j*ian and upon the map of Savan
nah as I©a mars wharf, said wharf prop
erty being Gouided on the north by the
Savannah river, ews: by I*nar’s ca
nal. south by trustees' garden lot number
fourteen, anti west by the public dock,
by the w'orks of the Savannah Gas Com
I winy and by Revnold* street. Ray streM
extended passing through raid wharf
pit>pertv; together with nil th* right
mem l>ers. hereditaments and appurie
i.hik m to the Mini* bemusing
Batd property |evlel on u* the property
of Harriet (\ Jones, ev • uulx of G. De
ltoP*t l.imir, to *atlM\ an eimutlon )*• -
suetl from the Suie'tlor Court of snkl
county on the twenty first flay of Febru
ary. IsKS. |n favor of Frank C Jones and
Harriet C. Jones, aknlnl*trator* of G
It lanmr, agaln<*t said Harriet C Jon* *
executrix. *e aforesakl Sakl pr*>perty
being In possession of the owners repre
senting the three-fourtha t\) Inleresl In
the sakl property.
This Ist day of November. 1W
T. J SWEENY
Sheriff C. <%>.. Ga
CITY SIIERIFF’B SAI#E
Sheriff's Office, City Court of Savan
nah Havannah. Ga Oct $. IPS).—-Under
and by virtue of in execution trailing out
of the City Cairt of Savannah In favor
of American Linseed Company, again**
For* -l City Varnish Company. I have
this day levied upon the following de
scribed property an the property of de
Ail that varnish and paint manufactur
ing plan*, ((insisting of *•* twenty-horse
I toller engine. fMint grinders, (tots, ket
tles. varnish tank* and other machinery
used lit connection with sakl plant, and
ail located on Stiles avenue In the city
of Savannah. Also all tha* stock of raw
maturiat. consisting of rnwin. oils, white
lead, powder, etc All contained In the
building at sakl plant Also one fl| Iron
rafe and office furniture, consisting of
desk, chair, let ter-press, etc. Also about
dx (4* cor*la of pine firewood, the same
being locat' and and contained also at sakl
plant Also one (R roan horse and one
And I will proceed to offer same for
sale at tmhllc outcry on the first Tuesday
in De.-ember. 19I* (same b*lng the four*b
day of the month). 'Hiring the legal ami
usual Hourw of rale, In front of Ihe Court
House dror In Chatham county, to satis
fy said execution Defendant notified of
levy. l*roper*y described in execution.
Terms cash. E J WHELAN.
Sheriff r. C., 8
LEGAL TOTH Eft.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDIT
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY—
Notice Is hereby given to all persons hav
ing demands against Margaret Valent n
late of said county deceased, to pre-ent
them Io me. properly made out. within
the time prescrll*ed by law. so a** to show
their character and amount; and all par
sons Indebted to wald deceased are re
quired to make immediate payment to rne
Savannah, Ga.. Oct. 20, 11*00.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDIT
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY-
Notlce is hereby given to all persona hav
ing demands against Indiana Williams,
late of said county, deceased, to present
them to the undersigned, properly made
out, within the time prescribed by law.
so as to show their chara<ter an.l amount,
and ail persons Indebted to sakl deceased
are required to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Savannah. Ga., Oct. 27. IHJO.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDIT
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY,—
Notice (a hereby given to ail persons hav
ing demands against Charles N West,
late of Mid county, decease*!, to present
them to me. properly m ide out, within the
time prescribed by law, so as to show
their character and amount; and all per
sons indented to sakl deceased are re
quire*) to make immediate payment to
me. LANG DON C WEST.
Savannah. Ga.. Sept 8. 1900.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS©, AND CRED
GEORGIA. CHATHAM COUNTY.-
Notlca Is hereby given o all persona hav
ing demands against Mrs. I salad la Neill,
late of suwl county, deceased, to present
them to me. properly mode out. within
the time prescribed by law. so as to show
their character and amount; and all
persona Indebted to said deceased, are re
quired to mak* Immediate payment to me
Savannah, Ga . Nov. 8. 1900.
JORDAN F BROOKS.
County Adm nDtrator,
15 Bay street, west.
SPECIAL PRICES FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
Rnftcavlnir nam© pl#t© •nfl to cart#... TSe
Kmrmvlnß nam© pl#4 ml too card* II 00
Printing card# from your own plate..SSo
Printltiß 100 card* from jrour own elate. Sic
THE BEE HIVE,
If. M lit 'XT.
St. Julian and WhltaAer atrwata.
AITTIOA a A t.K* 'rill* HAY.
AUCTION BY A. K. WILSOnT
223 Con(tr©a tre*t, w*t. al U o'-'kiek.
Child Fonejr Bukkl, # and llarneaa,
Furnllur©, M.itllnv. ('arpel*. Uooklns and
lit.Hina rttovr*. and a variety of K'xxU.
\ i , ii(i% * IIM M It HR nu
ADMINISTRATOR S SALE.
\ 111 %llLi: I.A ft I) Oft 111) All.
t . 11. I)OMi:tt. Aaetloaeer.
Under and bv virtue of an order gran*-
rd hy the Honor a hie Court of Ordinary
of * hat hunt I will sell at the
Court ll(Ki%c in Havannah. during the
usual hours of sab. n TI'ESDAY. Dee.
t. ]:' for the purpose of payment of
(b it 1 and f*r li(rlbulion, #h** foLowntg
as* the projwrtv of the eetale >f L M.
W\ and • •
I>*lm 67. 6S Ut .*t *l, nn ) an Interest in*
lot M of . 'Uh-dtvtwton of that *ract of
kind In said countv and state, on the
M*ntK*rn * v m l Water roads, known ae
Ksni Chlpv *. . >rding to a survey
made by Kd* rd J. Thomas Jan. S*. 14.
a copv of which la attached to a deed
from Graham a )ti>M#dl to Tr\ph!na D.
Warfield, recorded in *he . ount> i . *>rda
of aail countt>ok f, |r folk* 24 Tha
interest of said eatate In •-ai.l lot No. M
being unknown and urwb t* rmir* I at this
time Term* • a-b. |*r • r paying for
revenue siainpa and papers.
II < CUNNINGHAM.
Adminietraliw *■ la. stats L \\ Wnr*
The a love lanl adjofns fhe county landn
(poor farm), and Is on the east side of iba
Wafers road. th southern line being
about a quarter of a mile from tn* 1 Mont
gomery cross r*mi l Th* live tracts fir-1
mentioned contain together about fifty
ADMINISTRATOR S SALE.
tlH4ftl.lt I'HOPLim tMILF.THOnrV:
D Eft I E, 4ft 44 LtlTft.
Under and by virtue of an order granted
by the Honorable Court of Ordinary of
Chatham County. I will sell at the Court
House In Savannah, duting the usual
lanire of sale, on Tuasday. December 4,
i9OO. for the pur|MM>" of distribution and
the payment of debts, the following which
Is sold as the pro| rty of the estate of
George II Stone, ilmr i dl
l.ot No. M. Columbia ward, and the im
iwo-story m* basement (or cellar) resi
dence. with store attached, said lot being
situated on the northeast corner of Hah
t-rithnni and Oglethorpe avenue, formerly
South Brood street, and being subject to
an annual ground rent of fifteen 52-Hd dol
lars. payable to the mayor and alderman
of the city of Savannah, also lota letters
”D" and "(I," in Dale ward; lot letter
"D" having a fr<nt of .31** feet on West
Hroad street, between Thirty-eighth and
Thirty-ninth streets, and facing Wells
rqUare, by a depth of 110 feet to a lane;
lot letter “O” having a front of thirty feet
on Thirty.eighth street, between Weat
1 1n>ad arid Iturmugha streets, by a depth
<*f one hundred and twenty feet to a
lane Terms rash, purchaser paying for
CHARLES W SAUSSY.
Administrator Estate Geo. 11 SRgrc.
NINE ACRES NEAR THE CITY
AT Al t Tin*.
4'. 11. 1)011 MOTT, A*rllnffr,
Will ©all at th© f onrt H'rt(*#. on TURB
- I>©'-. I. IWi. .lurdqt Ih© (i*nal hour*
o' *.il©. for Aotutni of all oonc#r*ia(l:
Nlii" nor©* of th© Hi>©lr form, with lar*.
fnmiKK© (Ol th© TiuiHl*r(iol( road. )u*t
hPV'XHI Ih© lollaat©. anl almut (hr©
hundrtl f©©l h©>’n.l *h lnl*r©i'tlon of
(ivlnn©lt air©©( and Wat©r* v©nn©
Thla l,inl Ju#l 0(11*1.1© of ih© corpo
ral© llm)!© of th© eltjr, and I© bidM up to
with irml lmnrov©m©ni. *ll th* land#
oppoall© to It liavlnv )©•© *Uhdlvl<l©d Into
<-!•> lot* and ©old. Thl# ©al© pr©©nta a
fin© chon© to awcur© ih© ©it© for *tthur
l,an (ion©-, or th© ©lron©© for a ©p©cul
llon In lot©
WELL LOCATED SEVEN-ROOM
HKXIIIKAIY. AT AICTMI*.
C. 11. IMlltinrT, 4©tl©r,
Will *©II at th© Court Houa© dxrlnc (ho
UKital hour* of nal©, on TtTBHDAY.
D©c. 4. lt*. for Ih© purpose of division
I-ot Letter B ©utMllvlKlon of IH and 114
Barry ward. 32 f©© front hy !•■©( d©p,
and Ih© Improvement*, known a© No. 171#
Ilnhersham ©>r*©t, *am ©onl*tln* of a
I*.>-*tory re* (del)©*, containing *van
room* l*ld©# th© lath.
Thl# property mu*t la* Hold, I* well lo
cal©.! and I* a splendid chan©* Io K©t a
home for I©** than Ih* house coat to
build. Term* can b© tna*l© very ©aay.
IM.AThHKK A CO., Auctioneer*.
Under and by vtrlu© of an order r*nt
©d by th© Ordinary at Chatham County,
Oaorcla, I will *©ll h©fnr© th© Court Mona*
door In Chatham county, dnrlnir th© l*l
hour* of aale. on TtieMlay. th# 4lh day of
I)erol>©r, IPO, th© fnllowln* .t r.h©d
protwrty Uewlt Th© northern i-oril-m of
lot of land 37 O’NMU ward. In Ih© city of
Bavnnnah. ©onmlnlr* m feet, more or l*a.
on Walker street, and M feat, more or !e*a,
on Wilson (treet, (<©th©r with the Im
Hoid for payment of d©ht* and distribu
tion Term* ©.t*h. pureha*r pavtnic for
tlllea and revenue stamp*.
M A. O'BYRNE.
Admlnl*trator E*tat© of Ellen Morgan, de
RESIDENCE AT AUCTION.
ft A’ M. 11. TATKH. A Mellon©—-#.
I wIM ©ll at Court llou*© TI'H3DAT.
Dec. 4. Ih© house and lot No. 606 Tenth
*t reel. wMt. For parilculara sea auc
l l t.AI. 3UTUB3.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
OEOROI-A. CHATHAM COUNTY-
Notlce I* hrreby (riven to all persona hav
tn( demand* acalnst Mary L. Quanlock,
lale of said county, deceased, to pr-.ent
them to me. properly made out. within th*
time prescribed by law. fo a* to *howr
their - h irader and amount; amt all par
son* Indebted to said deceased ar© re
quired to make Immediate payment to m*.
WILLIAM J gt’ANToCK.
H.ivannah. Oa.. Nor . R9O
OKOKUIA. CHATHAM COUNTY
Where**, Davtd 8. Water* ha* applied to
Court of Ordinary for letter# of t Imlnht
tratlon on the e*tate of David Witera, de
The*© are. therefor©, to cite and admon
ish all whom it mav concern to ho and
upie-nr before said court to make objection
(If any they have), on or before (he flrat
Monday In December next, otherwise aald
letter* will be jrranted.
Wltne**. the Hon. Hampton L. Kerrfll.
Ordinary for Chatham county, this tha
&th day of November, 1901.
FRANK R. KEILBACH.
Clerk Ct. Ord'y, C. Cos.
' NOTICE TO DEBTOR® AND CRED
I OEORfIIA. CHATHAM COUNTY-
Notlc© I* hereby nlven to all person* hav-
Imk demand* attain*' Charle* D Baldwin,
late of sab! county, deceased, to preaant
them to u at Houlhern Naval Btorea Com
panv'a office, l>i Bryan *treetfent.proper
ly made out. within Ih© time prescribed by
law. so a* to ©how their character and
amount: ami all oersona Indebted to oald
deceased are requl.ed to make Immedial*
payment to u*
ELIZA J. BALDWIN. Executrix.
WILLIAM C. IN)WELL Executor.
LAWRENCE Mi NEILL Exicutar.
eavaooah. Ok., Nov. U, 13iMl