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IN GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
!*• or THI TH O T*T TOLD
OtiM >*rO|)a at \rr
Behlwff— Man *•*! k? a 9-ragty
PUiol-tn'riro ' ®alM < kftai
mu la>al<>l-Mrk l Ikr nor*.
4a Nnkll*i*-*klpplM ■!
aa a I rgrlaklr* PlnrtpplM at
Pnala Oarla-Olkrr 9 lurta krwt.
A bar.* ba* b* b<y*i at Mt
X-rr.fr *rJ A>*Y two town* in Mn-ito*r,
rfy nov-rIT br.4y two mr*l oca-Ulf mi: a
mptf Coi TV Jl T'erereor. hat bees elee
**l *• • •■.<! Mr. J M D
M iiiiit of the latter
Mill Gltr aailtlartla*
Albany Herald Th# •pnt , T<r' bjr
Oo Canrfle.' of Col Ounbjr Jordan, of
Columbus to he railroad raontnlMioncr to
(oeeoal H'-tv T. C. Crenat.aw whoae terra
ar ei’drea, w I. give vtrt general aai
|af !Jon throufhout th# uitt. Col Jor
dan. i# a peart rat n.lf >vl rrar. r 4 an
• ••-round #-- ri*jt*aa mar as w- i
•r 1 the *ifnm * -n :i t># mm# r .
g'rtmg*r by hi* b*roni*i| a mn *r of a!
kf I mpty Platal.
Robert La Ktotth. amf < ‘nar.t of Ctr
ro'J’or narrowly escaped be-*ng roobed r
• h'irty negro night brforr las* He r 1
rio**o hla srore a* a *e hr.ir a*d s;rr
•4 for ho*n* 'firnuih a Vivy
which m*k 'h* ipo? xm+iy at I
foff!y dark Th*f* he wu h rid op *r 1
ft.la poasoasW nt by a • r
rtfro Sralfn mho :• a r r*r. w*i a rrjp.
pad leg. drew a p a nv- h unfort*-
raely via not lot'lM. but da .mM tr>a
rwrar niffleimtly for him to make a
break ar4 m rpe
4’otto a llrrrlpu Behind.
AmtrkMi Tim**-Re* order The er>*tor
crop an this action of tha <a- m going
to h# raniidaribfy ibor* at laat #icir.
•molt crop aa avid#*; *0 oy tha t
at rha ua <otnptttf Thl t>r#a
tfNiwi cotlor from a large ttmtc#f> and
up to tfin datr rfaljH* or* Mkt to b>
7/<no bal* aiy>rt of to Dec u ***
yaor Thia la a heavy fai.mc off in re
cel*** otvt pwjVl !r<f? a'e a moot anroll*r
*o**or nmp this eemerw Tao iiorki in the
Arnerw? • ara alao lighter
by oar ara i tfcouaand bale*. than a thla
dot# a year •go
f aralra! mt Amrrti^a.
A ap*- OJ to it.* Mar fitnir Nr wo, from
Amori u toys Tha carnival Nffirm n*m?
Monday, 24? ti and a aotkl week of merrv
mant mrth * ivl movD I* uorod Fri
day Jhth la Military Day." whan fifteen
rompani*i c*f fti* fWw.ii and Fourth R* ar-
Imanf* *rm *ap#e't*d Kara, and th* Oov
amw. hla ataff and tha a'atabo'i#* offl>
cfaf* will attend on hat d*v. After tha
rttkr of tha *rr<jp * an.* m twrtl# will
ba fought at f’unp Gilman. where two
regiments were stationed during tha
ftpanlsV American War Great preraira
ftorw are *e‘ixg made for the entertain,
tstafk* of f m f'andier and other dl*’tn
irutahed tldtor*. A tmrher ue will
ha aarved them and *he Amerlran Urht
Infantry will keep "open hmi-" while
tha troora are here The wtfl lie
one of the t*a#t writ neared in the ptata
thla yaar A ffrard rarnrval tail . at
the kir t '4t*d queen will re-elve
Om- Handler and naff, will ake placa
on Friday arenin*.
Jcfcr. T. I>*?wil*r. praaMar.t f tha TUx-
Ft ah Com ml** ton. mad* a flylnt v|*it
to Mount Dora laat week to find out the
wants of ahad brouffht to tha atata In
April Very likely an entire rar will b*
•riven to tha Plant Bv*rem for
tlon In atreatna In their WaDiy Mr.
T>etwi!er ]• an Indefaficahl# worker mak-
Inf the*# trips at hla own expense.
khlppla* Frolt and Vffatahle*.
Mania fee rounty la very huay Juat now
ahtpplnff her Jarre crop of fruit and veff
etahJe* Palma*to J'ad* any ather joint
In tha rr*j*jty In rrare ahJpmervt*. hv-
Inff *h pped over t‘C*)o txnrea to date, with
prohehly a* many more yet to be Mpr ,#> d
Bnrfdentrrwn fokowa with 2t or* wnl h is
•bar half of wf*a she will probably ahlp
and la more *han ah# whipped durinff the
whot# (X laaa season. A eonaervativ* ea
•4m*t* pu*a the crop of th* rounty at
FT. rat boxes The moat of which la very
firm fruit p.ilin*tto will ship a Unr*
quantity of ver*tah)** durinff the season
ha* teffun to move, and will soon
he followed by aoiruto**. pr>tatc>ea, ar.d
Satar on by '**i*ry. of which a larffa crop
la befnff planted.
Plaewpple* at Vnaa Gnr4a.
J M Weak* of !ul*fina has Just
claeed a purchaae of land for aeverty
flv# a crew near Punta Oorda. Tbfa la f r
hlmaelf and three friends, who Intend
pie/**.:off a fdnery. Two to three a'-*•
of pfneapp’** will be planted at The
aaJe an effected by Albert W CJII-h-lst
W Whitten formerly of Hove pend In 1 .
haa prepared e,*ht a< rea for an orange
irmve Thla will t*e planted on the well,
drained pine and palmetto lard This I*
the flr*t want;* ffrov* of any rip to he
P anted on this • Uss of land. fteverd
have experimented In a ••mill wav wt*h
aa'lefa' tory reuJte Mr. Whitten tas also
JB W pfr.capr*> plants out A vear i ut>
there were C,Wi p.neapH* p‘.nt* mt
arreind Purvta Oorda There am now over
JOU.flfß planted. Aa fire# are unknown In
a pinery here, and a* the land la ape* tallv
adapted to pineapples, this la destirud
to be the ranter of thla Industry In Flor
A Anal*# Front r'ulta.
Kay Writ Intar Orran: While Mr J
W Alim assisted by Dr. Browder. was
making an anamination of tobacco .it tha
CJreane alraat bonded warehouse yester-
Any. Mr Knowlee, who * opening ono
Of the bale*, discovered that ona at thoe
Jarga Kpmbh centipedes had In Mn
myeterlou* mannar got tan Into It. Jut
a* M: Knowles saw tha deadly creator#,
whi- h Waa about to bit* him. He tump
ed arid# and sava tha alarm Dr Brow
gar approwchrd tha hala. but cau
tioned bv Mr. Knowles not to go near It.
a* lha Nte of tha eentip-de I* fata! Abut
Ihla tlma Mr Morton, who had prasan-a
of mind to arm hlm*lf with a club. ap
proached tho bala cautloualy. amt dl*-vv
arad that M waa a Spanish mo ra in.
Whoaa blfa haa avar haan known to la
aura death. Everybody gava tho btla a
wlda barth. except ha with tha club A
wall-dlraotad Mow bahaadod hi* nvx-ca
alnablp but ha who "wielded tha bat” w t*
not satisfied until he gtrurk the roptlln
a atDllrlmt numbar of Wow* to kill him.
Aflar tha death foilowad an Investigation
aa to tha specie of tha Intruder. t which,
amid tha laughtar of Allan Itrowdar ml
Wl Slain-, It w.ta discovered that It w< a
manufactured cloth snake. but painted by
a atar artlat In tha different color* of ttte
ntoccailu. mi aa to deceive the moat skep
Florida Net bod lata.
Tha second day of the Methodist con
ference at Bartow waa a buay one. F. E.
fUalnmeynr and J. F. MltchMl reported,
and. having hern before tha committee,
which reported favorably, their charec
lera pasa.n* them, they were advanced
to tha clasa of the third year, they hav
ing bean previously ordained. L D Iz-ve
and T. I. Ht* had their character*
paeead. and T I. Het* waa located et hla
own request L,. D. lean* waa reported
attending Vanderbilt rnlveralty. The
characters of J P Weatherford and D.
1. fiwltaer were pa*aed. and. lmvltb* been
before tha committee, and the commit
ut reporting favorably, ware advanced
to i &♦ - •# of Tht wracd yaa/ T>*e
fftaraefera of J ft Tilly, J B. Tw:e-
P C. Tlffhmood M T Bail. Harr> G
Hardw***; ud A H Cola were alar'
M r**hf#rr> G. H York arvi J
R W alker ard *aa4r ebrnrm *ee
were passed ttai rr>t ‘at'.r.f hoen before
?i* rr.m *• e# r* onnraH tr *na *s
of the • * rd yaa r R L*. Rpr-kle *n4
E A Hamacai reporred. and the orra
fiu**e repor* nff favor at *y the* were al
vanced to its# daas of the four** y*a*
W' J Neaee was lora**d in at rto >wn
requas* Qu*Wt.wu was •-/ • a-vd W -
mb *• Wall laaMa •
Heera and Hoarier W W re and
11* rommttiM> rir # avoraMy ird
thetr i*Nir4 •*sn bene passe 1 vney tet
elected to eiders’ order Q e*tJtr J was
called, and C Ytwr • "A* wat re*at*l Dr.
W F Tt,ie*t of YaokrM! Va * er* y.
W H Hu-kwb** of the Sc rtfi *Wf*
fl*rpha ne' H otr- • TANARUS" - W* R Lam * /'
mtsaionary se 'e*ary. wsere tr.trwdw'*d and
rapraaented Net- *c#reta A collection
was • k ' ' * the iurac wr.fk wMrh
aooMded to Mm
Dwhlta f lltaew* Worklaa fee Oe*tee
Tubl!r Ga I--c j: Th'* movrinc M-
J f> iirrona Jr pre#ileat of the Younff
Mr * putir*a land chairman of
ft* Joint t*-*rd of !' n t* • r.ees ntr s
riuha. accompanied by Dr R H Htfhioa*
♦r and Hon L D Btubha left for Wash
inffton to go before the River and Har
bor Commit re* *a the Interest of a ante
approprta*km for the ftconee river At
Atlanta tt.*y will be Joined hy Hon T
B F.e.der ard Hon Albert Howell. a*“d
per hare several other Gevjrf lana. who will
•Id the "nmmlttaa in every way poaam’e.
These ff*n?l*men will fo fortified with
fketa or. ernlruc the lrr.por arvre of Dublin
ird the 0< onte river It Is tha purpose
of the orr.mf'ee to ask that a* least f Jtb -
000 t*e at<pr*>|iriatal for permanent im
provement* on **je r troree .*<.! tbey hope
so to Impress the merr.rssrs of the Rlv-r
and Harbor aa to get tba
amount In the Mil
F'*r % runnier * t years the Oconee haa
b*an had y r*f by the ffovemment
I<ae- year the pfroprlatjor. Mil passed
tha house with onl> IS.fIOO named for the
Ocona*. fra Cor greasman Brantley suc
eed*d In Induct nff i**na*or HJav and Ma
con to amend the b|j in the rterate and
■ pf>n*pr!au 9'A<B) Instead of IV'ffi to the
river Hsrsflv Capt. r. R Gillette, the
army enwlneer in charire of thla territory,
recommended tZZ r f*t for the O onee Thla
Is much he’ter than w* ever before re-4.
ffninsr l*d ar Ode time in r ent yeas,
hut Is no near enmtjrn to put th
In first .** boatlnff condition, and the
onwnlteee at)} endeavor to ffet a t>lll
through Hongrewa appropriating Bffn.OQU
for tha river
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114% AW* DIIATH H %TE.
Fellow Fewer *llll Frewaila. bat
Heath Bate Is >ot Utah.
Cajd Henry Kolahom haa rcr#ived from
Ms friend. Mr Km4l J. Ball, cnief
of the aardtary dj*r‘mrl at llav ni.
a copy of the report of vi a! atatlatlra
of the city of Havana for the month o'
November. The report *h*ws the total
mortality for the mor.th to liave i*#en im.
the 2owr>t of *ny month for the
year and a considerably smaller number
than has occurred in any November for
tha last ten yaar* MaJ W. C Gorr**.
•urgeon aid chief sanitary officer, calls
attention to this fi t with evident aat.a
faetjoff On a hsaia of Pt*.nsT‘ popu!**i<m
tha death rata for the month wma only
?1 SI. ae comp Mired with a much higher
annual death trite f r mar.)* of the lead
ing Mtles of the world
The report show# rhst there were flf*y
etght deaths from yellow fever during the
month Dr. Oorgas * ays that while tha
genera] sanitary conditions show* marked
•vldence f imi*r#vcment. the n >tn M -r of
yellow fever can*-* has l**en large f<r the
time of yta/. The for the month.
214. wae one-third less, liowever. than the
number for O *oher. and I r. Oorgae *g-
from the rapid manner In which It
la decreasing, that It will dtsap|>ear by
the nibklle t*f December.
Nov. 1 the number of yellow fever
remaining wh* K, *4 which * died and M
were discharged During November 114
'e*i oceurrel, wdth ¥> death in being
discharged and 57 remaining under treat
ment. <>f the deaths 42 were Hp trti irde
and 2 American*. The report shows that
while there have beep 2F> <l*it ha fr *m
yellow fever tor the eleven months of llthrv
as against 134 and ltd. respectively, for
the years lbs sol lt&& this i much lower
than the average b**th rate from this
disease during the previous ten ye^ra.
the death* ranging from 54 in Ilk) to
I.ZR2 la 14 .nd ka in
The ret*ort shows ITA immigrant* for
the month, of whom 273 were KpanDh,
the r*m4irwler being distributed among a
number of other nations. No Immigrant*
from tha I*tilted States are included r>n
the Usf. The r*port states that It is
these new immigrants who furnish most
of the aubje -ts for the yellow fever.
An interesting sMe-llght upon the moral
condition* exlsktlng In Havana Is shown
by the birth re**ord Of the r,7T Mrths re
corded during the mnn:h. .IS** were legiti
mate and 22ft Illegitimate. The marriage
rer*rd show lift marriage* of whites and
11 of negroes.
Mr. Kail's Intention In sending the aan-
Vary of!V er's report for November w.ia
doubtlea* for the of shwing that
the sanitary conditions of Havana are
not so l*ad ns the) have Iwii made to
appe.tr. and tlmt in spite of the existen *e
of the yellow fever the total death ra t
will Mil) <omiare favorably with thmi of
other targe cities.
R|£f OttllKK** NOMilt 111 M il.
Dlaptraed of %%lb Fines and Terms
In fhe |.e!i-np.
Thirty-seven prisoners were on the Re
corder's docket yesterday when he opened
coura. Hmma Delwch. atsl Annie Con
roy. both white, and arrested for being
drunk and disorderly, were given tharty
days • piece on the gang
George Myers, white, for abusing nnd
beating Minnie Ohm. was sentenced to
psy 125 or go up for thirty <lays.
WUiie Chisolm, nnd Tom Rowland, col
ored. were up for scaling a cow Chisolm
wws dlwchorgcd, shih* luaUn4 was re
manded to the Oiy Court.
Wm. Fallon, white charged with being
drunk and with breaking Into the house
Contagious Blood Poison.
Thl* I* t) il*.!"■ the serious condition of %'hlcb I* well understood. Kor cen
turies Its hiinefu! eftei t* lA> Item han-k-l ft< m -die generation to another, for
„ unlee* every vestige of the dlae.iae 1* ellrnlnatetl th
- certain to i.e transmitted to posterlt)
K pent cure, and ha* hren *o demonstrated In thou*an I*
*L*w f of ■ a*e- It gtntly but thoroughly cleanses the system of
t every trace of the Vila poison. removing promptly every
K, * r rd Indication of the disease, and cures to stay
l jMVLgt J*' cured Ido not dose my patients on strong drugs which
damage the system, my treatment I* thoroughly effective
but entirely harmless I have treated this disease sue
| fully for twenty years, and by an original method knowi
only to m-.-elf hav.- cured more cases than an\
-V paysl -lan In tha United State#. I also treat with Ihe same
J evict*-e el chronic snd private diseases of both
~ * and worrier. such as Los- of Manly Vigor. Stricture Vert
eoee:e. Skin Diseases Kldnsv and Bladder Complaints.
J.Newton Hatfcawray.M.D Female Weakness, etc I Invite every one to consu t m*
without charge either In person or by leper and wtl
take ptaasura lo sending my newest M-rnse book and symptom blanks, explaln-
Ing fully my perfect system of home treatment. ('orrsspondenre strictly conli
dentist Private racrptlan room for ladies. A Bryan street rtatat.ua!.., Ua
Office Hour*-# to 111, I lo ,i, ? to * p m. Sundays, 10 a. in. to 1 p. m.
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1900.
The Quakers Are
§The Qt.aksr Hert
Twk is not only a
Mcorl punSer put a
BiOOd Maaer for
Pa*# Wma a 4 Da
b 4 1 ated • wno
hurt Mt strangth
nor Mocsl If pets as
a —lie. It rsgujgtaa
digestion, cures dys
pep*.a at.d lerdg
strength arsj tone to
t- e tervoua system
It is a mtdidat for weak wasnsn. It la a
purely vttatttb medicine gr.d can ba
Uken by tha rtvat dadcats. Kidney Dis
eases Rhe‘jfrja'i*m a'id all diseases of the
r.ood Rtwna *h in 4 r.ervea soon succumb
to it a wondarf A effects upon tha human
system. T*ou*iMt of ptoplt in Oforglt
recggMnand It Fri-e 8:16.
QUAKBR TAIN BALM is tha madlctne
that tha Quaker IjO or mad* ai. of hla
warder? j 4 qu, g cures with. It’# anew
and wonderful medictra for Nauraigla
ftj ra * Pain Ir Kowals; In fact, ai) jam
can ba relieved by a Prb-a 34' and ICr.
Qt AKER WHITE WONDER dOAP. a
m-dilated soap for the ak n sca.p add
complex lor.. Prlca 14 a cake.
OF AKER HEADING SALVE, a vege
table nintmdit. t'X the cura of tettar. *c
sem ar.d eruptions of tha skin ITica
lOe a be*
FOR HADE BY ADD DRT’GOIfITS.
a? F.s-le Matthews, wu given tan days
May Harries arrested for her attack
upon Marlon Reymour, an account of
wm h was published in yesterday * M *rn-
Ing News wa> flnei |ls with tha option of
twenty days In Jail.
J T Harvey, white, for fighting n the
•trees, got f!5 or twenty days.
FOR OlUiiftllßO ( IHHITV
Plana iHacwsaeg b) Mtalatera for an
Ina tit of lon to Help the Poor.
A meeting of the mtrdatera of J: the
religious denomlnationa in Ravar.n.ih wss
bald at noon yesterday In the study of
the First Baptist Church for the purpose
of ron alder mg the possibility of forming
nr. orgarJxed chaslfy UuPltutton In Ravan
Those present were Rev. Dr J V. Jor
dan. Dr. I P Mandsff, Dr J. T Fair. Rav
W F Watkins. Rev W A Ktahee. Rev
J L Rav. D. R Edenfleld. Rev
R Van Devaniar. Rev Ed F. Cook. Rev
Raacom Anthony and Rev. Osgood F
I*r Jordan, preeidert of the Minlfter*’
A'--4x*iailoc. wu made preaident. and Rev.
flsgood F Cook, aerretasy.
A i utrt for suck an inatl:uflon had been
prepared by Mr !uls t4#*verw of the
Whit* Ribbon Mission. In It are divided
tindtr separate heads, the (lasses th.it it
It Moped to help The)- are as follows;
Convalescent patients recently discharg
el from the city hrnipltals.
Re-idf-iit poor who. through ootittatmd
llin* or other unfortunate circum
stances. ara temporarily helpless
The large number of persons who drift
Into a city and form the Indigent floating
poti!atlor., they having no visible means
of support, but honestly desiring to mak£
• living for t hemse*’.v*
The regular :ramp who arrive# with
♦he cold weather and who must be disas
sociated from <?la* 3.
There 1* still another class which can
and should be helped by an Institution
auch ra Is here proposed This la a elm
of worthy young me*i. who ar* In many
Instincrti sway from home and yet who
are earning a living, although their sal
aries are not mifflckfitly large to enable
them to* seek the refined surrounding*
which would prove . safeguard (gains:
the vice and temptation which He* In wait
for this very class It Is proposed that
m**n of this sort shall pay !oard. but only
in accordance with thetr atual ability to
do ao and the *t*e of their slari*
The paper also gave an estimate aa to
Ihe *4te of the house that would be re
quired, and its furnishings. One |*art
of tha iVUn la to have a restaurant that
would not oUv furnish rnls to the kt
mntaa of the house, but alao to ouastders
at a moderate coat, and m this way a**-
etvt in pay mg the running ax pen sea of the
Another plan contemplated Is that of
haling the recipients of the charity of
the institution do some rort of work ws
a sort of return for board and lodg
The pan an* thoroughly diciisp*d ir.
nil its bearings hy those pre**nt at the
meeting, but no action wa- taken other
th.tn to appoint two txgnmltiees. The first
of these consisting of Rev. Anthony. lr.
Mendea. Rav. ftcuily. Bishop Kelley. Rev
Niabet nnd Rev. Watkins, and of which
Dr Jonimn Is an ex-offldo member, will
formulate a plan for an asoociated tori
of -hatitles This committee will meet
Wednesday morning at 9.5* o do k at th**
study of the Baptist Church. A second
committee consisting of Rev. Ib\ Jordat
and Rev Dr Fair was appointed to call
on the pre*’lent of the IjOuN I'or ter
Horne t. M-e if that can be secured In case
the charity Is organised. lioth
comnittiees will report to another general
meeting that wilt b iudd Jan. 7. at noon.
UAYH % GOOD IKHEtHDI.i%OIft
The Bkada-Royal Hhatt an Eieep
tionally Gihml t>ne.
The Rhoda-lioyal Hnows gave a per
formance at Hast IlrtKtd and Holton
stre*ts last night thut w.s undouMeh\
one of the best that has beoi seen here
in a tong time. Tttere were numerous new
tint good features, and new and pretty
('ostumes. while the horses and feats of
horsemanship are far aid away the best
that hive been seen In Ba van nah in a
time This applies to )*>th the fancy an
trick riding, mid the straight out running
rates. whs*t the riders, said to h# ex
members of th* Rough Rider*, ride one.
too. and three horses at o tlm*. ami at
a pare that I* ready marvellous. They
m.v i >t be Rough Riders, hut they *r
. gooil rWlers. ais! to this there was no dl-
I sen ting opinion among the persons 4hi
s? w the |N*rforman e las* night
t Two mote performances will be glve*i
lto-day. utie at 2 o’clock, and the other at J
NMt.r. of l.i.r.n • *
TH* tuc R-*f of tarußOh protsbiT
hu tho dixliiruoii of .‘tufllnf mor*
prap-rtf in • y-or Ihut tar ott>—r ■
tn rfio ootuMry. Rrta, ?h- only or.- o—i
In th- trnfr of iuh’-r* ohoat rh* h*-
hor, Jt it po—that of TR- m*.llona
of Onilar* of y-nrly ipoTj Through tm
vianjh ib. bti>4 n mem’ of two at on*
Umc or arothtr
’'mp* F/. X. Pen*. tr-U known ra al.
*h!p7f>ar m*r.. ortrmanda tfl* B-at.a. *1
wuh htm ta Cap’ <J-orir* Clark., up*’*
tnT-nd-nt of th- narhor op-'ationr for th
havanoah !..*• •—a* int T't4ier Com*
puny. W E. rtirwttr ta cfetrf -n*m—r
Tr- dutlrf of a ! r.r -irr tif k—p* h-r
moitn nhoyt th- hartor at at) tlm— and
to ail pl -• Wren i sjrfct fall- th-r* ar
(t - if- th- Itnii bw not r'."4 *nl
f-*-r 4ork. In in- harbor ah- haa not
loufti*l, Sorr.-thin of th- amount of
frof—rty baadkd iriay b— irruitnai whrn
tt ta known that all cotton not toadrd Into
vwH* dir— 1 from th— wnarv-a la
haadlol oy tn- tranafor lu, Mirb of
th- oot'or. —d for f. o b d-!lv-ry l> 4*-
11 v.r-t to th* *h r> aid* on iiytK-r- -y
th- tm. Ifflmtm. q'iat!n#s of naval
-or* lomb-r m-r-hardl ■rd otn-r
thir.a- ar- handiM y*arty.
C*ft !Ulr.- ha* imonr ht* k—p-Jt— or,
hi- bon* an Amwl’ib fla with th- r.an
of ht* v——l In ral*-<l >nk l-rt-ra. th
rift of Mlu Ann. K*f!y on ori-tmaa
two y-ar* aro Th- ftar t f’.mat for
pr-*-rvat!nn An—n-r omamanr In th
rabln U a picture of Mr KMon A Sfntth *
litrd.urnt-r, for whom th# boat <
At a in—'tnr of th- Path fM# > cpy
Council r-c-ntly a l-tt—r wa* r-ad from
Harold M and William T. Hawaii, atat
ir.a tha’ th.v . ■; <* 'o ;r—nt tha
city of Bath with *ls t*an In tmimotiy of
tti- afr> 'lotv of th- la’* Arthur B-wall
It la th-lr wlnh tl.at *10.0(0 b* InT—t—l In
lnt-r—t-‘j-artr.ir bond* and th- r-maln'.n*
**,o(o u—d for th- -udowmant of a
perpetual fr*- b-d In th- Maine fAanaral
llcapital at Porlßuid Th-lr off*r wii ac
Th- Brltl-h -t-amahlp Carparhy Capt
Ttoma- h**ar load)nr phoaphae* rook at
the Plant ftyat-m wharva. y—tarday
I'aan-na-r- bt Pt-am-hlna.
Paa—nftara by am*hlp Taliaht**-#
New York for Savannah I>*c 1* Mra
liat-Thn O P Re—. J r-Rallly. T M--
HrldtT. B P. AU-n. A. F William*. A. T
M-rrtck. H. N Pond and wife. M•• A
Pond Ml— A Bm kton.- S A. Hl', lor*
R W Bo'M-y. Ml— Mary Watihorp.
Mr* K. Carter. S KT.mart and wlf*. J
J. liwyer and wife. A. A Brown. J E.
Stanton, B. Clark and wtf*. Mtaa Mary
Ba*t-r. Mla M Brown. A. 8 l-r* E
Neff. Mtas C Belknap. Mt*a B McHarg.
R A. Taylor O. Meier M lf<utrtn- E
E Ca— 11 I-wl* and wife. H Phuinlnr.
F Cunningham and wife A Wrlrht, C.
A pea-lee. W. Anderaon and wtfw, C W
Hatter, A. N Rupper’. J. Rarenoa, J
Stark B Krdwfar. F. True. J W Wtn
clienboch. N 8 Baldwin. Mta- E Cannon.
Ml— Cfbeman. R Cam—ron, J. H-ltalor.
O K. Jenkr-i-on. Mr*. A June. O Cot.
C. B-rn.rd T .Carroll. W. J. Burch-11,
T A Masaey. W Terry, o. Ca*.*lo. J
Dardy. C. E. B-nn-tt. J Harold. K. H.
per la*t nljrht on -t-amhtp Paeon from
Baltimore—A. D. McKee. Mra Plteher,
H W Wtlhrtm. E. A Heel wood P. V.
Gibbon-. Ml— I Irwin. R Warner. A. H
Hall. Mr. M. C. Isaac#.
Paaaen*— per •teamahlp B-rk*hfr- -ail
ing to Philadelphia yeaterday—J A Cary.
G. W Blitz. W. C. Sharp, Mra. TutblU.
Run rteee at
High water at Tv bee today at (If a.
m and f. OR p m High water at Savan
nah one hour later.
I’baae* of Ike Moon for Deeember.
Standard time—9oth mer.
D. H. M.
Full moon * * ** morn.
I. quarter 1* 4 42 eve.
New moon *1 • 1 eve.
First quarter 3* 7 4i eve
Moon perigee. 3d and 30th. Moon apo
4HRIV.IL* AVI) DEPAItTUKES.
A'ease Ia Arrived 1 enierday.
Steamship It*a. Billups. Baltimore—J
J. Carolan. agent.
IV-hooner IklHh Obvfft. Dothaday, Port
A easels Went to •*.
Steamship Berkshire, Ityen. Phllsdel
Schooners John Rose and FT ad Jaek
son pcsssesl below anl anchored, bound
Arrived nt Tybre.
Bark Victor (N'ort. O-vlek Bartow, and
ordered to Wilmington. N. C.
Jacksonville. Fla.. Der. 17—Eoteretl
-ehr llenry Claussen. Torrey. Hath. Me.
Cleared, sehr Pearline <Rr>. Berry.
Potnt*-a-!'Ur*; Laguna, Bayles. Fort tie
France: J. 8 Hoskins. Bennett. Balti
more; John AA Hall. Boone. New York.
Pensacola. Fla.. Dec 17.—Arrived,
steamers Anaolma de loirrlnaga tßri.
Tbanson. Man-hester; Franc!eo* fSpant.
E-hevarrle. Cienfuagoa; Pensacola, 81m
mons, Galveston *>-hr John s'. Krunz.
J tones. Vera Cruz.
Cloaretl. Steamer B<rthleven (Hr). In
nl*. Barcelona; sehr William Chester
Tanner. Johnson. Rt Pierre. Martinique.
Port. Tampa. Fin.. Dee. 17.—Balled,
steamer Olivette. Smith. Havana, via Key
Liverpool. Dec. 17~Arr1ved. steamer El
ton Savannah via Norfolk, for Manches
Hamburg, Dec 14 —Silled, steamer Im
macolala. Charleston; Transport. Savan
At-ilarhlooU. Fla . Dec. 17.—Entered
itchr John R. Penrose. Gehn. Bagu* la
Cleared, sehr Nei.le W. HowleM. Sum
Pltlla.lelphla He-. I*. Arrived, zchr
Isaac T. Campbell. Savannah.
Carrnbelle. Fla . Dec. 17.—Entered, bark
Herthe fNorl. H lavreeen. AVallUh Bay;
~-hr Lulle l Pol.ard. Powell, Car>l<%tas.
Feruandlna. Fi. Dec. 17^—Arrlvrd.
s-hr* Herald. Keys Trlnttad. B. \V. I ;
Cum ter land. Littlejohn. Barbados*. B.
Charleston, 8 C.. Dec. 17.—Arrived,
tfenmer Comanche. Pennington. Jackson
ville. and proceeded to New York; zchr
8 H Mart*. Holloway. Baltimore.
Key West. Flu. Dec. 17.—Arrived
steamers Mascotie, White. Havana an 1
sailed for Port Tampa; Capenor (Brl,
Btileliir, ami outlet! to Pensacola; achr El
len Adams. Kites*, tllbara.
Antler lo Mariners.
pilot chart* and all hydrographic Infor
mation will he furnished maeters of vea
-els free qj-chargq In Cnlled States hy
drographyoffice In Custom House Cap
tains are requested to call at the office.
Reports of wrecks and derelict* received
for transmission to the Navy Depart
Per zteamehlp Berskahlr* for Phila
delphia— 1.100 bale* upland cegton, 383
barrel* roeln. 94 barrel* turpentine. 150.783
feat lumber. 1,062 boze* o ar.ges 44 crate*
.’egetabie*. 50 ton* pig Iron 50 hartals
pitch. 91 sack* fertlllaer, 2,943 oak tav>*
;U package* merchandise. 90S package*
■tocneetic* and yarns. 113 balsa cotton Hat
er*. 41 balsa too**.
TO GET MORE SUBSCRIPTIONS.
(Coeunued from Tenth Page.)
of a Jockey rlub fir tha prrpo— of aatab
i.ahing a parmanaot race oourae at B*-
van oak Many of tha auhaerlbere ara*
known to be fat arable to tin- rear., ar.d
H l* b-Raved that pra-tlcaily all would
agree to thia change of programme It
ta aiao urged that tne bu.r.ca man cn
tha Bay. who nav- tnrowm cold water on
tha fair rar* amen - , would -nt-r heartily
Into till* ac.hawi* On* waii-known bu-l
n-a- mar. aa.d laat right that h* wool 1
gtr— lAar h m—f and guar*nt— st)o
more from —A* it source, if th- fair
movrmaet ahouid a* turned Into one tor
a race track.
IX)< 41. PEItsOAAI~
Mr S T. Tupp-r of Atlanta la at the
Mr J Varr. of Atlanta U a ueat of
Mr J W Waat of VaXwtt u a guezi
of th* Pulawk:
Mr J. H Spthnan of Atlanta la r*gl
trad at th* Puia*k!.
Mr J P Moaal> of Marwn rgtt*r*d at
the Pulaakl yaat-rday.
•Mr U W HaakaU left via tha C—itra'.
laat nigh: for Atlanta
Mr Draw RaMre of Batnbrldge l( reg
!st-rd at th- Srrrven
Mr E B Hunting of Baltimore it reg
la:ar-d at th* D* Boto
Mr WllUatn p Jordan of Madlaon. Fla.
!* a guaat o? th* Pula-kl
Capt J. W Hugh— of Liberty City la
reg.*t-red at the Screven.
Mr H. It Haw— l-ft via tha Plant
Svat*m yaaaardat for Mobile.
Mr. B E. W t.coa of Myatlo wn* a Ter;
th* arrive.* at tne Pu.a.-k; ye.wardgy.
Mr P. T. O—n of Pembroke wa
among th* gue-ts of th- Breven yester
Mr I G. Haa* was among the passen
gers of th* C-ntra. yesterday for At
Mr W D. Bankston, traveling repre-
of the Atlanta Daily Newt, is
In th* city.
Mra W Fawcatt wat among th- pat
-anger* over the Plant Pyttem y*t*rda>
Mrs A. F Moyne to. Ml-t Moyne :o and
Mr Moyn-lo !-ft via the Plant B>-tem
yeaterday for Havana
Dr. C. C. Schley and Mr. J. M Solomons
were among the pa—rers of th- Cen
tral last night for M-alco.
Mr. T M Puller left via the Seaboard
Air Line yaatanlay for Richmond. wher
he goes lo spend the Chrttm- h>slidays
Mr. Lea Spears. Mica Nina Spear* and
Mist Winnie Spears of Waycrosa were
among th* gtia-ta of the Screven yester
The frienda of Dr W A Duncan will
be glad to larn thaf th.ergh he ha- been
111 for aev-ral day- h* wat conalderabiy
Mlta Mary Brady will spend her holiday
vacation In Savannah Sh- It on- of th*
brlght-at atudent- of tha O-orria Norma,
and Indumrlwl College.
Miss Maud K tYlikow-kl. a -rudent of
the Georgia Nurm.t, and lr. lu-trlal c|-
l-ga, wll. arrive Friday to -pend the hol
iday vacation with her parents, Mr. awl
Mrs. G Wltkow-kl.
Mr F. V Petetaon. traveling paaaen
ger agent of the Seaboard Air Line, with
headquarters at Jw-k-orvlll-, was in 8*
vannah yeaterday, where he received a
cordial welcome from hi- many friends.
David C. Oare r, waa appotned a oom
mar-nat notary public by Judge Falitgant
In th- Superior Court yesterday.
Th- Sunday School of the Epworth
Mot hod let Church will have Its Chrttmii
tr— celebration Friday night at the
Solomon'# Lodge, No. J. F A A M. will
hold Its lttth annual •■ommun. cation
Thur-day night, and will elect officer* for
the coming year.
An lm|*jrtant meeting of the board of
man-g-ra of the I'nlon Br*-t-tv (B-the-da
<ir|>han Housei will be held at the |>r>Mt
dent’s office this morning ai JO o'clock.
An Informal dance will he riven In the
quarler* of the Republican Blue at the
Regimental Armory to-morrow- night. The
affair will be tendered the compuny by
th officer* and non-comml—lone<i ofll-ers.
Donnetlv TTeanor. the -ye#r-oid ton of
Mr! and Mra Ulranl Traanor. met with
a serious accident a day or two ago. H
waa wtth hi* father at <’. M Gilbert A
Oo.'a -tore, and noting the thr-o.i of a
bagging needhanging from a nail on the
wall, lie pulled the thread. The needle
falling pier, cl the pupil of hla tight eye
The little fellow was taken to the offV e of
Dr W. F. Aiken, who Is now tr—itlng Un
Epworth ( hutch officers.
Th* annua! election of officers of Kp.
worth Methodlet Church waa held last
night at:d resulted ae follows: Mr. J. L.
Christian *as elected chairman of the
hoard of at-ward*. Mr James Jack tun.
treasurer. Mr. W. M. Crofts, secretary,
awl Mr. F. C. Stone, trrasurer of the
Board of Trustee*.
Cures PILES or Money Refunded.
Sold under guarantee at following stores:
KowUnskt'a. Jonas'. Masonic T -mple
Knight's. W F Reid's, Marlow a Ce va
land a. Dontndly's, and W. A. rigman -
LU’l'M AN BROS.. Savannah. f;. and
W F HLI L>, Savannah Ua., Distributors
City of Savannah, office Clerk of Coun
cil. Savannah. Ua.. Dec. 17, Moo.—The fol
lowing applfcatlons to retail liquor dur
ing the year ISM. were read at meeting
of Council Dec. 12. IPM, and referred to
Comma lew of the AA' hole
W. P. BAILEY.
Clerk of Counc.l.
Blenjes, F.. No. Ill* Weal Broad street.
Bolsy. M. 12S Congress street, wn-t
Book hook. F. H.. Boy turret eatenalon
and Fair atreea
Brinkman. H. C., ZX si Julian atreet.
Beytagh, Thog. F.. No. 225 East Broad
Bernstein, J.. northwest corner St. Ju
lian and Barnard streets.
Brown Bros., corner Anderson and East
Cain. Julia, No. CM Bay street, west.
Clohegaajr, David, northwest corner In
dian and Ann streets.
Cordet. John F.. Montgomery street and
Egan, J. J.. No. 341 East Bros I street
Kakwlor. W. H.. West Broad and
Enright. J.. No. 212 Frlce street.
Enteiman. J. F„ No. ll Liberty street
Fehrenkarop. Henry, corner Bay street
extension and Fa r at reel
Farrell. M. A.. Bay and Lumber atreeta
Grtmmf J. F.. northeast corner n*a.
dolph and Liberty streets
Goodman Bros.. No. 43 Farm street
Qartlaman. W. H . Randolpn and Ogle,
Grimm, John H., President and Dray,
Oerken. Henry. Agent. No. TIJ Wheaton
Orlmm. Albert, corner West Broad ant
Hntrhklss * NsvUl. southweat corner
Broughton and Jafferaon streata.
Most everybody knows
Old Virginia Cheroots
as 300.000,000 of them arc being
smoked this year. Ask anybody about
them, if you have never smoked them
yourself. They have made their
own reputation and their own place
in the cigar trade, wholly on their
merits. Three good smokes for five
cents, and no waste!
Three hundred million Old Virgtnu Cheroots smoked thu
▼eu. A*k Toor own dealer. Price. 3 for 5 cent*. <
OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND THE EAST.
T*n*urr* , *<l egbin •*romml.(Mon>. AH the comfort# of # modwrr ;o’-
trie LgMi) Ur.exce!i#<l table. Tk:ke4a Inrlud# me#la And bertha aboarl :Sp
PASSENGER FARES FROM SAVANNAH.
TO NEW TORK—First Cabin. *. khrae Cabin Round Trtp, *32; Intrrtrat
at# Cabin. *l6 00, Intermediate Cabin. Round Trip. *34.00 Rteerage. *lO.
TO BOSTON—First Cabin. *32 First Cabin Round Trip. *34 Cam
$17.00; Intermediate Cabin. Hound Trip. *2*OU Steerage, *11.75.
Th# express steamship# of thla line are appointed to sail from Savarr.a.-, Cen
tra! t>Rh> merkLan time, a* follow#:
KAN AW AH TO XFW YORK.
KANSAS CTTT. Capt. Flatter. TUESDAY.
Dec. IX, 2:00 p. m.
TALI.AHABSKB, <’apt. Aaktn*. THURS
DAY. I tec 20, 3 *0 p rrv
•CITY or BIRMINGHAM. Capt. Berg,
FRIDAY. Dev. 21. 3:00 p. m.
CITY OF At'OUHTA. Capt. Daggett.
SATURDAY. D*c 22. 500 |v m.
•NOTlCE—Steamship City of Birmingham will not carry pas**ng*r*
Steamship City of Macon. Capt. Savage, will ply between New York ar.d Boa
ton on th following schedule;
Leave New York for Botston (from Pier
35. North River, at 12 00 noon I. Dec.
T.-.la company reserve# th* right to change lta ealllrga without notice as!
without liability or accountability therefor.
Sailings New York for Savannah Tuesday*. Tburadays and Saturday*. 5 p ra
AV. G. BREWER.
City Ticket and Paaeenger Agent.
187 Bull street. Savannah. Ga
R. O TR EZ RV A NT,
Agent. Savannah. Ga.
IV K. I-EFEVRE.
New Pier 15. North River. New York
Hame*. W A., No. 444 Tattnall atreet.
H-rifeld. Han*. 524 Broughton atrael.
comer Houaton atreei.
Hettman. C. H . Eart Broad and Bryan
Joyce. Jams* J . No. 214 East Broad
Jore*. George H 139 We*t Bread atreet.
Johnson. Martin. No 42 Reynold* atrtet.
Jachen*. F H 5*3 Pine street.
Jcrrlgan, E. O . northwest corner Lum
ber and Zubly street*.
Jackson, Andrew, No. 42 WhMaker
Kick. John. No. 412 Drayton street.
Konemsnn. C H , M Farm atreet.
Landaverk. S C.. No IT B<y street, east.
Lar.g. N holii*. No 39 Barnard atreet.
Morton. Peter. Manager, 212 Broughton
MonH-i> C* H . rorn#r H#ll *nd Jfff^r
Murken. Dora, Mr*.. Thunderbolt road.
P#rry. P. I-. A Cos . Bull and Riv#r
Raintz F W. H.. ft?! Indian *ir##t.
Hanzln. M. A Son, Congr#f and Wfit
Bm.id • , r##tg
Silverm<*ln. David. No. 212 Bt. Julian
Schnanr*. P.. corner Andrraon and
Rchrod* r. Gaorg#. corner TV eat
Broad anti Wald burg Greets.
Hiem. J I).. No. sift Jone* street. m*nt.
pohlotelburg. D., comer Price and Hall
Smith. W. T K.. 412 Congrena street,
Handerr. Pnllip. comer Bull and Twelfth
Pa f cr J/it*. F . No. 11 Ea*t Broad atreet.
8t !]•*•. A . northweat comer Ja kson
Blwtr. J. C., CongriN and Jefferson
Tholken, Geo II . 172 Arnold Ptreeta.
Taylor. J. K . corner Ogle
thorpe avenue and Price rir*** tn.
Tictjen. John T . 21 Broad atreet.
Winter A''opl*i. 144 Barnard atreet.
Wallace. W M . Btow ir street.
Wellhrock. John P . 524 Jcff#roti rtreet.
Ybantz. Eugene D.. 106 Boy atreet. eat.
Illy Alderman Dixon—
An ordnance for the Improvement of
the [ortlona of ft! Julian and Montgomery
j streets herein specified under the terms
and provisions of nn act of the legisla
ture of Georgia. Oct 1. lItST:
Section 1. Re l: ordained bv the Mayor
and Aldermen of the city of Savannah. In
Count li assembled, under the terms and
provldons of an act of the legislature of
Georgia approved Got. I. IW7. that the
Director of Public Work* for the city of
Savannah and the liimmlttee on Street*
and Danes of sa <1 elty he and they are
hereby authorized and directed to build
and construct on St Julian street. In the
city of Savannah, from the west site of
Jefferson street to the east side of Frank
lin square and on so much of Montgomery
street as hounds th# said square on the
cast, a roadway of vitrified brick, the
said roadway on St. Julian street to he
fifty-live (SSi feet and six (Hi Inches be
tween the curhe and on Montgomery
street around the square thirty (Jib fret,
and to Inclose said roadway with atone
curbing, and to do all the work In tha
way Of grading, the placing of catch
basins, drains, cross-drains snd all other
thing* Incident to the construction and
completion of the said roadway.
Sec. I. Be it further ordained that a
street railroad company haring tracks
running through the said portion* of Bt,
I Julian and Montgomery streets to he Im
proved under thl* ordinance Is hereby re
quired to pave the width of Its tracks
and two feet on each side of every line
of tracks of the said railroad company
with vltrifled brick as said work pro- 1
greases, and. In the event this Is not don*
by the said company, the said Director
of Public Works and the said commit
tee shall sea to Its being done at the ex
pens# of the said company.
Sec. I Be It further ordained. The*
after the total coat of the said work, ex
clusive of that done by. or for. a railroad
company, shall have been ascertained
one-third of euch total coat shall be paid
. cl,y end the other
two-thirds from she person# owning at
the date of the adopt on of this ordinance
the reel eetate abutting on laid portion of
81 Jul an end Montgomery streets, to be
mproved under this ordinance, according
so frontage; and the pro rata amount of
th# cost of euch work la hereby aaaaased
agaoet tha said abutting real estate and
3ft. 7>• p m.
KANHAd CITY FI• her. TH
TALIsAHAffIEIi. <%ipt Akln. SAT-. 1
DAY. Dec . 11*0 p m.
Lv* RoMon t'rr New Tork ffrom Lew •
Wharf, at 12:00 noon). Dec. I>. ;■>.
E W SMITH.
Conara- tin* Er*l*ht Anl ■avar.nah. Qa
Oeneral A*rni. TralS I>e|,artm*r.'
22f w. Bay St., Jackecnv e F;a
W. H. PLEASANTS
Oeneral Fret*ht and Pa*er*r Ar<-
New Pier . North River. New Tork
lta owner* •• aforesaid, acoordirg t
frontage. The frontage of inter# • . *
atreeta and lanes if afeaaed ae r*. -•
ate abutting upon ia)i portion cf 5 J •
liait and Montgomery atree to h• ir*.-
proved, and the Mayor ar.d Aiirnr- f
tha cAty of Savannah shall he. for a. •: 1
Intents and purpose* of this or*! ; *.
the owner of the real etat> >• at* .*• r.*’
and ahail pay from the city trear ii
Just pro rata as dlich owner of t - c t
of aaid work according to frorr id** n
addition to lta one-third of th- er • •
co?t an hereinbefore provided
Sec 4. Br It further ord.iin* ’ T M
after the Improvement hereinbef. rr p-o
--vlded for has been <v>mrle** 1
tor of public work# for the city of ftr,
nah. and H#)d c’ommltte#* on Str**G !
Linen shall prepare and subm.. r > the
Council of the dty of Sovann.<h
ment showing the coat of tr* imp: -
mem herein provided for and S • m
► roll ehowlng .vs to two-th * of
the oo*t to he apportlone*! how ir i ir
port.oned omeng the se-,#ral * *• #•; -
cris. including the straff* .and Jane in -•
sent lons, and giving the gum chars* h>
to each parcel, with the nam** of
own-r. Upon 4h eotuMtratiot
adoption of said atatement an! ?
roll by the Council of the city of gi\ *i •
nah It shall then become tl*- duty of *
cMy treasurer to tend to th- abati' *
property owners their proper Mil t >r t-•
same na It may be ascorta ned ' y the CVy
CouncH. and if auch MU ao t- t
paid within thirty <* days after th- pf
•entatton or aendlr.g of the earn* it thtl
then het'otne the duty of the chy tr -
urcr to isaue an execution for fh* arc- •*.
together with cost*, agalrst th* r 1
and property aforesaid which *x< *’ ”
shall be made and levied out of h** rf >
erty described therein as are execii: *
for elty taxes The naM atatement
d4H(**nient roil ■hall also Phw *
amount payable by tha railroad comps'
and should such company fall and r< ■ *
to pay a hill for the sam# fhtriv c* 4av
after the presentation or seniing '**
•ar%e I* shall be the duty of i'
tria-.ircr to tasue an ev**- ll
the said company and propert> fc*r
raid bill, together with coats, whi h 1
he mad# and levied a* ara ext 1
Hec. $. Br It further ordalnrd Tha’ *•
ordinance# and parts of ordinance* In car
fllct wilh thl* ordinance arc h< re ■>
Ordinance read for the first time n *-
12. I*lo. and published for Inform t 00.
W P HAII.KV
Clerk of ('ound
By Alderman Horrlgan— .
An ordinance to amend ac tion
MacDonaß’s code of ftavar.na.*’. t ’
found on page 111 thereof
Beellon 1. Be It ordained bv t l '#
and Aldermen of Ihe city o r Hava nr 1 '
Council assembled. That sec -
; Mac-Deneii’s rode of the city of .- ’
to be found on page ISI of tic
be and the same I* herehv so ’ti
that, hereafter, the slid section *!•
! as followa. to-wit: o ,
"All person* engaged In the busc
lightering, or otherwise trai -
cotton, hiy. rtrtv. or other Inflam''
merchandise (ruival stores excel
the Pavannah river, or other •
In the Jurisdiction of the Mayor
dermen of Ihe city of Savanna), ' ■ |
they are hereby rsqulrid to cov*' •
same, while on lighters or other r* ■ •
with tarpaulins or other more perm' •
and substantial material, and to I f
said merchandtae ao rovercl ut,’
said merchandise has hern a t' l
moved from the said lighter
craft: thl* obligation to conilnn- n' l
Ihe contract of lightering ha* I""
pleaed or not. and without reg *r-l 1 .
question of a technl’al delivery -
merchandise and until all of the ■
merchandise has been actually •' f
point of fact taken from the #* 1 *
or other craft. Each failure to
with this section, or any P arl
•hall be considered a violation of- 1 t
dinance and he punished, upon can
before the Tollce Court of the ch>
Savannah, by a fine not to ' . .
hundred (1001 dollar# and lmP r * k ‘ r ' f
not to exceed thirty (®> days. G h ' r
both In the dlacretlon of the c ® ur * . . ]
Sec *. Be It further ordained. Th.
ordinance* and parts of ordinal'
conflict with this ordinance are
Ordinance read In Courtc I for
time. Dee. 12. UO4. and publlshe.' '<*