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HOW TOMMY WENT TO SEA.
Col. Tom Ochiltree Tells Clair a
Evom the Neir York Evening Sun.
A table separated Col. Tom Ochiltree aud
Judge Clair at tne Hoffman House recently.
A corpulent bottle stood on the table which
contained poppy juice. Tno Colonel looked
dreamily out of the window at the stream of
people pouring out of Madison Square The
atre. Inside the room a partially intoxi
cated man was criticising Mr. Boogumvetra’s
masterpiece, and telling a friend how ho
would have painted some of the lines in the
famous picture. A few Generals aud Sen
ators were scattered about the room in care
‘‘You seem a little off color to-night,
Tom,” said the Judgs. “Take a little
“1 have no taste for the infernal stuff to
night, Judge. The fact is, I’m a trifle senti
mental. Let me tell you a story.”
The Judge lit a cigar nud listened.
“Last Sunday,” said the Colonel, “things
were rather dull around the hotel. About
noon I took a cross-town car to Grand street
ferry, aud crossed over to Brooklyn. Just
after 1 boarded a Nostrand avenue car a
laboring man, with his wife and two chil
dren, signalled the conductor. Tommy, the
eldest, of the children, was placed in the cor
ner of a seat next to me, and in a few lqin
utes we became fast friends. Tommy was
small and round. His copper-toed shoes
reached only half way to the floor. He
wore a faded suit of blue flannel and a peak
less cap from under the front of which there
trickled a few strands of corn-colored hair.
There was a deep Dolly Varden dimple in
his chin and a number of irregular dents in
his cheeks made by the smallpox, whose
l agged outlines were softened by a faint
flush of health. He was an inquisitive little
chap. He wanted to know if 1 could get
the iu curve on a base ball, and whether I
ever ‘knocked out’ marbles. IV lien I told
him that the only' game I played was with
pieces of card board on which were painted
pictures of kings and queens, diamonds mid
spades; that clubs were sometimes used in
the game, and that the gamesters were in
the habit of playing tricks on each other, his
blue eyes opened wide and he wanted to
learn how to play this wonderful game. He
protested when I told him he wasn’t big
enough to understand it that he was ‘big
ger’n his brother Johnny.’
“The air of Brooklyn was quiet and
dreamy that afternoon. The car rolled by
long avenues of archiiig trees. A Sabbath
quiet was in the air. The hum of bees and
the sweet smells from flower gardens lulled
Tommy to sleep. He lurched forward
several times when the car come to a sud
den stop, and I pushed him back into the
seat. But there came a time when my at
tention was diverted and Tommy rolled out
of the car upon the track, and one of the
iron wheels crushed his left leg just above
“There was weeping by the women and
the men’s faces were pale. Tommy’s father
tore off his coat anil vest and tied his sus
penders around his boy’s leg above the frac
ture. As was natural under the circum
stances, there was no color left in Tommy’s
cheeks, and his face wore an anxious, trou
bled look, as though he failed to realize the
extent of his misfortune. His eyes were
wide open, but some of the lustre of life had
gone out of them. As he lay in his father’s
arms, wrapped in his coat, his little brother
pulled at Tommy’s coat and called ou him
to get up; but Tommy only answered with
a wan smile. The sun shone just as brightly
as before; the avenues of trees looked just
as invitingly cool, and happy children on
the street laughed as gleefully as before. To
Tommy’s mother the landscape wore a fune
real garb. Every tree: was draped in
shadows, and the stain of blood was on the
fences. In fancy shesaw a wagon with black
plumes winding slowly down the road at
tended by decorous coaches.
“ ‘God is good,’ she sobbed, ‘but Tommy
never did anny one harrm.’
• “The men on the back seat threw their
cigars away and the driver lashed his horses
into a gallop.
“ ‘ls he hurted much?’ said a prospective
bride to her intended husband.
“ ‘He is that. His leg is mashed.’
“ ‘An’ will he die, I dunno?’
“ ‘Mebbe he will an’ mebbe he won’t.
Sure ye can’t tell till th’ sawbones gets at
“The car rolled swiftly by an old lady
who waved her umbrella frantically on the
corner. There was a stern setting of the
father’s jaw and a mute protest on his face
which relapsed into an expression of infinite
compassion as Tommy feebly asked him;
‘Arc we nearly home?’
“When the father reached home with his
burden and Tommy had been made as
easy as possible, the doctor was called in.
There was a gleam of steel, and Tommy
weighed a few pounds less than when he
started for Cone}' Island two hours before.
Although the doctor thought that Tommy
was last losing sight of the land—he was even
in the Narrows now in the doctor’s opinion—
he did not go into the kitchen, from whence
there came a faint sobbing, to say so.
Tommy's hair was brushed back from his
forehead and the varnish of candy washed
from his face. It is questionable whether
the hoy was any more picturesque looking
for the bath. As the twilight eaiue on
the next evening Tommy hail been swept
further out toward the sea. The tide had
evidently been running strong during the
night, and the foam-crested waves were
leaping hungrily at him. A rosebud lay on
his pillow. Perhaps it was the warmth of
the room, perhaps Tommy’s feeble breath
helped to unfold it. At least the rose slowly
aiened its red heart and a faint, perfume
led the room. Well, some time during the
night Tommy drifted out. past Sandy Hook,
out of sight of the friendly lighthouse, out
of sight of land, beyond the smell of flowers
and beyond the gaze of his mother. Per
haps the tide carried him to a shore beyond
the sea, and he may he piekled up by some
friendly wrecker. You are aware. Judge,
I presume, that there is a legend to the effect
that harpers harp upon their harps inside
the breakers across the sea to guide
the shipwrecked through openings in the
Yes, the Judge had heard of the legend,
and although he didn’t pretend to under
stand it, yet lie had a kind of lingering be
lief that it was true.
The Colonel got up from his chair and
stretched himself. He looked critically at a
marble Venus standing in the corner and
yawned. Whether the yawn was an affe (
tion of a lack of interest which he did not
feel the Judge did not know, but he is
willing to bet six days on the island
against a grocery store cigar that he heard
the Colonel humming under his breath
n snatch of song which wont something like
Why art thou better seen toward night, dear
Look always fair, look always bright,
That we may gaze
The door shut and cut the song in twain.
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~ 'CITY MARSHAL’S SALK '
City Mzhbhxl’s Or^ifK,
Savannah, July sth, IRB7.
f TNDKR and by virt uu of yxeuutioiiH placed
U In nqr hnoas byC.S. Hardee, City Treas
urvr, for cleaniiiK privy vaults, 1 have levied on
and will soil in accordance with Inw ou the
FIRST TUKSDAY IN AUGUST NEXT, IKs;,
between the lawful hours of sale, before the
Court House door, lit the city of Savannah,
Chutham eoimty, StaU: of (feoryia, the follow
bur property, to wit, each piece of property L
iiiß leviml on a tJie property of the txwson or
iiersoiiH whose name r names limnediately f,|.
lows its description, purchasers paying for titles:
Isits 22 and 30 Columbia ward, Augusltut
I/vt 10 Columliiu ward. E. C. Barie.
I.ast half lot 1 Chatham ward. M. T. Bowden.
Lot 13 Middle Oglethorpe wurd, \\ M. J. G.
I sit 18 Brawn ward, Mrs. A. M. Buntz aud
East half lot S Davis ward, A. K. Desverney.
la4 10 South Oglethorpe ward, Miss Mary
East half lot 8 Reynolds ward, Georgd C.
I.ot !i ('orrytown ward, Mrs. # U Gleltelhotise.
l/ttliHf.aton w'tiist, estato Rotiert HulaTshani
East Lrtlf lot 21 North Oglethorpe vurd, Mrs.
Lot 40 Brown ward. D. It. Kennedy.
North third lot 20 Elliott ward, E .1 Keifrr.
I sit 85 Currytown ward, estate William Klnn.
Vest half lot 21 Greene ward. M. Lavfn.
Is,i 85 North Oglethorpe ward, 1. D. Isißrs he.
Fstst fourth lot 32 Marshall ward. Martha
Isit 38 Jones ward, St. James' Methodist
Lot 38 Jackson ward, estate John Schley.
Lots 2,3 and 4 Schley ward, estate J. M.
West two-thirds lot 20 Choctaw ward, John 8.
West two fifths lot 36 Elliott ward, William
East half lot 23 Gilmerville ward, A. B. Smith,
South half lot 28 Brown ward, P. Tuberdy.
Lot 21 Railroad ward, estate F. Walsh.
Lett 70 Choctaw ward, J. II A. Wills
Lot 18 Choctaw ward, Michael Walsh.
ROBT J. WADE.
CITY MARSHAL'S SALE.
City Marshal's Optics. )
Savannah, June 7th, 188?. \
XT NPER AND BY VIRTUE of real estate tax
J executions placed in iny hands by C. S
HARPF.E, City Treasurer, T have levied on and
will sell, in accordance with law, on the FIRST
TUESDAY 1N T JULY. 188,, between the lawful
hours of sale, before tb* Court House door, in
the Uity of Savannah, Chatham county, Georgia,
the following: property, to wit: each piece of
property levied on as tne uropertv of the person
or persons whose name immediately follow a its
description. Purchasers tlaying for titles.
Adams, Isaac—lmprovements on part lot 31,
Middle Oglethorpe Ward.
Albert. Jane—Lots 11 and 12, Weed Ward.
Baker, George—lmprovements and lot B,' Weed
Black, Sarah A.—lmprovements and lots 4 and
5, Berrien Ward
Brown, Henrietta E.—lmprovements and lot
20, White Ward.
Br mu, children of Nancy Improvements and
; middle one-third lot 88. Gilmerville Ward.
Brown, w. M. G.—lmprovements on lot 13,
Middle Oglethorpe Ward.
Bui\foy, Mrs. a. M. and children—lmprove
ments and lot 13. Brown Ward.
Burke, Sarah E. and children—lmprovements
anl southeast cue-fourth lot 9, Middle < hrlethorpe
Butler, Ahralmm—lmprovements and west
one half lot 10 Magazine Ward.
Butler, Samuel—lmprovements on northwest
one-quarter lot 31 Elliott Ward.
Chess Carlay St Co.—lmprovements and part
lot 28. Atlantic Ward.
Christian, John A., trustee—lmprovements on
lots 4 and 5, Stephens Ward.
Clark, Ja. F.- Improvements on northeast
one-quarter lot 10. Middle Oglethorpe Ward.
Clark, Mrs. Bridget—lmprovements and west
one-half lot 4C, Stephens Ward.
Coakley. Mrs. Virginia Improvements on lot
1, North Oglethorpe Ward.
Cohen. I sane <4.—lmprovements on southeast
one-fourth lot 24, Liberty Ward.
Courtney, Mrs. L. M. E —lmprovements and
two fifths lot 32, Monterey Ward.
('ox, Mrs. Hannah, trustee—lmprovements
and east one-half lot 11, Guo Ward.
Davidson, Win. M.—lmprovements on lot 6,
Dawson. Win. E.—Lot 02, Gaston Ward.
Deacy, Bridget—’lmprovement ami lot north
one-quarter 21 Davis Ward.
Deveaux. J. 11. Improvements aud west one
half lot 3, Davis Ward.
Doolan, James—Lot 5, sub-division of lot 7,
near lot wharf lots, Yamaeraw Ward.
Duggan, James, trustee—lmprovements and
middle one fourth lot 0, near lot wharf lots,
Dunning, Ralph--Improvements and east one
half lot 20, Franklin Ward.
Elmore, Hetty—Lot C., subdivision of lot 5,
Entires, L. 8.. trustee—lmprovements and
east.nne-fourth of south one-half lot 31, Elliott
Fitzgerald, J. (minor)—lmprovements on
northwest one-fourth lot 10, Washington Ward.
Fisher, Josephine—lmprovements on lots 103
and 108, Schley Ward.
Foreman, estate Thos. M.—Lot 32, Atlantic
Freid, estate Lewis—lmprovements and west
one-half lot 7, Heathcote Ward, Laßoche tyth
Furlong & Cos., J. F.—lmprovements on lot 21,
Fleming. Jas. W.— Improvements and east
one-half lot 69, Waring Ward.
Ganahl.Mrs.M.E. and children —lmprovements
and west one-half lot 39, Franklin Ward.
George, Mrs. S. Ew—lmprovements on south
one half lot 4, Charlton Ward.
Oielielhouse, Mrs. Margaret—lmprovements
and lot 9, Currytown Ward.
Golden, V. J. Improvements and west one.
half lot 20, Columbia Ward.
Gordon. Mrs. James and Mrs. E. M. Williams
Improvements and lot 7. Forsyth Ward.
Gordon'. A. b.—lmprovements on part lot 8
Habersham, John S.—lcnprovements and
southwest one-half lot 41, Elliott ward.
Hallorm, John - Improvements and west one
half lots, Carpenter How.
Hanley, Mrs. Bridget—lmprovements and east
one halt lor 23, North Ogletnorpe ward.
Harmon Wright—lmprovements on lot 1,
Harmon. A. W.—lmprovements and lot 31,
Harris, John—lmprovements on two
thirds of lot 13, Screven ward.
Harrison. George Paul-Improvements and
west two-thirds lot 4, Perclval ward, Holland
Hi Usman, C. A.—lmprovements and east one
half lot 3, Wesley ward.
Houston. Mrs. Margaret C.. trustee—lmprove
ments and lot 22, Davis ward.
Howard. John B.—lmprovements and lot 26,
Jacobs, R. F.—lmprovements and lot 18, White
Jeuks, Delanc> Improvements and southwest
part lot 19, South Oglethorpe.
Jones, Chas.—lmprovement* on lot 1, Weed
Kemps, Mrs. L. J —lmprovements and south
one half lot 47, Gue ward.
Kennedy, D. R.~lmprovement® and lot 40,
Kino, estate Wm.-Improvements ou lot 17,
Lachlison. estate James—North one-third of
north one-third lot F, North Oglethorpe ward.
Lamar, Mrs/Parnella— Improvements and lot
19. Stephens ward.
Langler, C. J. C.~Loti, Wesley ward.
Lawler, Geo. ll.—lmprovements on north part
lot 58, Lloyd ward.
Lawrence, John—lmprovements on part lot 7,
Lemon, O. T.—lmprovement# on lot 80, Gue
Lemon, O. TANARUS., and Isaac Decket—Lot 83, Gue
w a rd.
Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, trustees
of lots 1 aud 4 of No. 24, Garden Lots wt*t
Lufburrow, estate M. —Improvement* and lot
46, Jackson ward.
Leech, Frederick—lmprovements and lot 28,
L. &8.5.N1.H. BUILT.
Martin, John S.—Lot No. t Canal lots, west.
Martin, Wm.—lmprovements on southeast
part lot 17, Screven ward.
Mauralt, F. A.—lmprovements and lot 26,
MuurulF-'ltnprovements ou west one-half lot
32, Waring ward.
Monroe, Ida L.—East one half lot 47, Wylly
Moore, J. W. -Improvements on centre one
third lot 11, Calhoun ward.
Morgan, Mrs. Mary—lmprovements and lot
37, O’Neil ward.
Murray estate, Wm.-Improvements on north
one half lot CO, Jones ward.
Mmtacli, J. T.~lmprovements and lot 10,
Murtagh estate, Thomas—lmprovements and
lot 54, White ward.
McCabe, Edward—lmprovements and west
one-half lot. 24, Currytown ward.
McCarthy, Mrs Bridget Improvements and
part lotm 3(S aud 40, Columbia ward.
McGrath, John—Lot 12 of No. 24 Garden tot,
McGrath, Mrs Julia- -Improvement* and north
one half lot 7. Choctaw wurd.
Mclntlre estate, James—lmprovements and
part lot I, Docker ward.
McKenna, R. F- Improvements and west one.
half lot 20, Davis ward.
Neill, George J Improvements and lots A
and It subdivision of south one-half lots 44 and
45. Middle Oglethorpe ward.
Norwood. Thomas .'I. -Improvements on lots
23 and 24, Calhoun ward.
I’elot. Mrs. F. R. and ehlldren Improvements
and west one-half lot 11, Jackson ward
I'rendi-rg.'-t. .Mrs, B. U.—lmprovements and
lot 1, O'Neil ward.
Rahn, Henry R. ■ Improvements on middle
part lot 8, Bereven ward.
Robert, Mm. E. T. Improvements on lot 61,
Roberts, Mrs. Mary Ellen-lmprovemcnt* on
ninth 1 *art lot '.'3. .lotion ward.
Ryan, Mrs. M. K. Improvements on part lot
U 7, GilmerviUe ward.
Second Haptist Church—Lot southwest one
quarter lot 34, OilmerviUe ward.
Sutcliffe c-taic M.J Improvements on oast
one half lots, Calhoun ward.
Stiles, Hows-Improvements on part lot 85,
Schley estate, John -Improvements on lot 36,
Sherlock A Cos., John—Lot 4, Middle Ogle
thorpe ward, cast of Canal.
Simpson. Lizzie-Improvement* on lot 34,
Middle Oglethorpe worn
Small, C P.—improvement* and west four
flftlis of lot I*. Wyllv ward.
Smith, James—lmprovement* and lot 30, Weed
Staley, John A , Trustee- Improvement* on
uvi Utaoal Uuuo-uaaitoa lot lit. fciheu ivarti.
Steele, Gortnuio E—Middle one-fourth lot 14,
North Oglethorpe ward.
Steele. Joseph - Iminovemeuts and lot 16,
North Oglethorpe word.
Tftlbird. Mm. O. E Improvements on north
halt lot 16, Greene wanl
Telfair estate. Mrs. Margaret Improvements
on lots fl, ? and K Elbert want.
Thompson, Harriet Improvements anti one
half lot 13, One ward.
Thompson, Mrs E. M., children of—lmprove
ments ami lot 4, Monterey ward.
Walsh. Michael—Lots 11 ami 15, Choctaw
Ward James R Improvements and west half
lot .3, Crawford ward.
Waring, Edward Improvements on east half
Walsh estate, Richard—lmprovements and lot
4, Stephens ward.
Whaley, Hetty Improvements and east two
thirds lot 12. Trustees Garden.
Wicks, Edward Improvements on southwest
pail loti), Screven ward.
Wicks, Henry—lmprovements and lot 54,
Williams, Eliza E. Improvements and west
part lot 10, Mercer ward.
Williams. Ijowis Improvements and lot 63,
South Oglethorpe waru.
Wilson, Mrs, An also Improvements on lot 2.
He men ward.
Wright. Rosa—lmprovements on part lot 54,
South Oglethorpe ward.
Yeomans. David L,—lmprovements and lot 33,
ROBERT J. WADE.
CITY MARSHAL'S SALE.
City Marshal's Office, ?
Savannah, Juno 7, 1887. f
TTNDER AND BY VIRTUE of a special tax
v 1 execution placed in my hands by C. S.
HARDEE. City Treasurer, 1 have levied on. and
will sell in aceonlanee with law, on the FIRST
TUESDAY IN JULY, 1887, between the legal
hours of anle, before the Court House door, in
the city ot Savannah, Chatham couuty, Geor
gia, the following property, to wit:
One Pool Table, Cues and Balls, levied on as
the property of J. L. MURPHY,
Purchasers paying for titles
ROBERT J. WADE.
I nv Marshal.
TATE OF GEORGIA, Chatham County.—
O By virtue of an order from the Court of Or
dinary of Jefferson county, Georgia, there will
he nold before the Court House door, in the
count.vof Chatham, on the FIRST TUESDAY
IN JULY next, within the legal hours of sale,
the following described property, to
wit: One fifteenth undivided interest in
nine hundred and ninety (ilflO) acres of
land situated in said county of Chat
ham, and lxing a part of Whitemarsh Island and
adjoining lands of L. I'. Turuer and others, and
known as a part of Turner's Hocks. Sold as the
property of LUCIUS and MARY BROWN, and
in pursuance of the terms of the order afore
said. Terms cash.
Purchaser to pay for titles.
May ID, 1887.
JAMES F. BROWN,
Guardians of Mary and Lucius Brown.
CITY MARSHAL'S SALK.
City Marshal's Office, )
Savannah, July 6th, 1887. (
(TNDER and by virtue of a real estate tax
J execution placed in my hands by Charles
S. Hardee, City Treasurer, in favor of the
MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF THE CITY OF
SAVANNAH vs JAMES J WARING, I have
lovliml on and will sJI in accordance with law on
the FISUT TUESDAY IN AUGUST NEXT, 1887,
between the lawful hours of sale, lxfore the
Court House door, in tin* city of Savannah,
Chatham county. State of Georgia, lots of lands
numbers one (1), two (2), three (8) and four i4)
li* e ward, in t he city of Savannah, south side or
Gwinnett street and west of Price street, with
the improvements thereon, to satisfy said exe
Purchasers paying for titles.
ROBT. J. WADE,
CHATHAM SHERIFF'S SALE
T JNDER and by virtue of a mortgage fl. fa.
issued out of Chatham Superior Court, in
favor of SOLOMON SHEET ALL vs ABRAHAM
SHEFTALL, 1 have levied ujon the following
described property of the defendant, to wit:
All the following lots, tracts or parcels of
land situate, lying and being in the county of
Chatham ami State >f Georgia, to wit: That,
certain tract of land known as the “Williams
tract," containing eighty-five (85) acres (more or
le*s>, and bounded north by land of Abraham
Sheftall, east by land of Thompson, south by
the Savannah and Ogeecbee canal, and west by
land of A. Sheftall; also, that certain tract of
land known as the “Dickerson tract," contain
ing one hundred and thirty-one 081) acres, more
or less, and bounded north by the Ogeechoe
pond, south and east by lands of A. Sheftall,
and west by lands of Messrs. Baker and Dicker
son; also, that certain tract of land known as
the “Dews tract," containing forty (40) acres
(more or less), and b-miided north by lauds of
Messrs. Baker, east by Savannah and Ogeecbee
canal and Shettnll, south by Savannah and
Ogfechee canal, and west by land of Moynello;
and. also, that certain tract containing one hun
dred and twb (102) acres (more or less), and
bounded north by land of J. E Tillman, south
and east bv land of Dickerson, and west by laud
And I will offer the said above described pieces
of property for sale at public outcry before the
Court House door of Chatham county, in the
city of Savannah, <m the FIRST TUESDAY IN
AUGUST, 1887, during the legal hours of sale,
to satisfy said mortgage fl. fa
Terms cash, purchaser paying for titles.
JOHN T RON AN,
Sheriff Chatham County, (la.
CHATHAM SHERIFF S BALE
F TNDER and by virtue of a fl fa. issued out of
vJ the Justice's Court of the Refund O. M.
district of Chatham county in favor of WIL
LIAM K LEAKIN’ vs. LUCY HARBOUR, and
levy having been made and indorsed on said
fl. fa. April 21st, 18H7, by Joseph Blmmons, Dep
uty Sheriff Chatham county, and defendant
notified of said levy and wild fl. fa. turned over
to me for advertisement and sale.
One hundred and forty-nine (HD) acres of land
(more or less* situate in Ogeechee district, iri
Chatham county. State, >f Georgia, near the six
mil*? post of the Savannah, Florida and Western
Railway Company, near the new public road,
near r lowersville, not including that |>ortion
sold to Slee A Norris.
And I will offer t he said above described prop
erty of the defendant for sale at public outcry
beforetbe Court House door of Chat ham county,
in the city of Savannah, on the FIRST TUES
DAY IN AUGUST, 1837. during the legal hours
of Kale, to satisfy said fi. fa.
Terms cash. JOHN T. RONAN,
riff <Co.. Ga.
UNITED STATER MARSHAL'S BALE,
X TNDER and by virtue of a writ of fieri faccas
J issued out of the Circuit Court of the
United States for the Eastern Division of the
Southern District of Georgia, in favor of HEL
LER. HIRSH A CO. vs. PERRY M. DkLEON,
I have this day levied upon the following dev
Keribed property, to w it: All that tract or par
cel of land lying, being aud situated in the
county of Chatham. State of Georgia, and con
taining ten (10) acres, more or loss, lying a little
west of the city of Savannah, ami bounded
north by tie* Savannah river, east by lands of
D. C. Bacon and by lands known as lands of said
Perry M. DeLeon, ami south and west by lands
known as lands of Francis A. Exley, as the
projierty of defendant, PERRY M. PrLKON,
aud wilf sell the same at public outcry before
t he (Alstom House door, in Savannah, Ga., oil the
FIRST TUESDAY IN AUGUST NEXT during
the legal hours of sale. Property pointed out
by plaintiffs attorney, and duo notice given to
the tenants in possession.
Dated at Savannah. Ga.. June 10th, 18*7.
LUCIUS M LAMAR, U S Marshal.
AUCTION SALES FUTURE DAY s.'
Hmisohold ami Kitchen Fursiture.
!. D- Laßoche’s Sons, Auctioneers
On WEDNESDAY, the Ctli flay of July, at
housn No..!Y> Kcyiiold* xlroet, between South
Broad and Jackson streets, at 11 o'clock, will
Elegant BEDROOM SETH, BLACK WALNUT
fcost SCUO|. bandsoino WARDROBE, BUREAUS,
WASH STANDS, MARBLE-TOP CENTEX TA
BLES. CHAIRS. TOWEL RACK BRACKETS,
I’ICTUKEH, CARI'ETS, MATTING, OIL
CLOTH, EXTENSION DINING TABLE, SAKE,
DINING CHAIRS, REFRIGERATOR, LAMPS,
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY, KITCHEN FUR
NITURE, STOVE, etc.
The almve are all first clans roods. Sold on
account of owners breaking up housekeeping.
IVAbove property for rent. Apply to Auc
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TO COUNTY OFFICERS.- Books ami Blanks
required by county officer* for the use of
the courts, or for office use, supplied to outer by
the MORNING NEWS PRINTING HO Lot, 3 |
Wluuktu street, baunnoh.
AUCTION SALES TO-DAY.
I. D. Laßoche’s Sons, Auctioneers
On TUESDAY, the sth PAY OF JULY, we will
offer in front of the Court House, during hours
That 8-story Brick Dwelling on Gordon street,
one door cast of Barnard street, facing the
square, in good repair and located in one of the
most desirable parts of the city.
Lot and improvements on the corner of Henry
nml Cemetery streets. Improvements consist
of 2 two-story Dwellings on front and two one
story Dwellings on rear. Terms at sale. Pur
chaser paying for papers.
Half Interest iu Part Lot No. 19 Washington
Ward at Audio*
!.D. Laßoche’s Sons, Auctioneers
Ou TUESDAY, the Mb day of July, 1887, in front
of the Court House, during the legal hours of
sale, we will bell:
Half interest in part Lot No. 19 Washington
ward and improvements, situated on the north
west corner Houston and Bryan streets. Im
provements consist of Brick Store and Dwelling.
This is a tine businesa location.
Terms cash; purchaser paying for papers.
Five Shares Tybee IIR. Slock.
I.D.Laßoche’s Sons, Auctioneers,
Will offer for sale (5) five .shares Tybee railroad
lie fore the Court House door, at 11 o'clock on
TUESDAY, being the 6th day of July. This
stock will bo sold to the highest bidder. Terms
Valuable Vacant Lot on West Broad St.
I.D.Laßoche’s Sons, Auctioneers
On TUESDAY, the sth day of July, IHN7,in front
of the Court House, during the legal hours of
sale, we will offer:
That lot oti the northwest corner of Henry
street lane aud West Broad street.
Terms cash; purchaser paying for papers.
Desirable Fane for Sale.
By I. D. Laßoche’s Sons.
In front of Court House THIS DAY, July 5, at
A desirable FARM of about 12 acres. Large,
commodious House, Stables, Corn Sheds, etc.
One mile from city limits on Louisville road.
Desirable Building Lot at Auction.
I.D.Laßoche’s Sons, Auctioneers
On TUESDAY, the sth day of July, wo will offer
before tlic Court House,
That elegant lot on the comer of Taylor and
Price streets (No. 20 Wesley ward).
Terms cash; papers guaranteed.
Trustee’s Safe of Real Estate.
By lIOR'T 11. TATEM, Auctioneer.
TTNDER (he power vested In me as Trustee of
U ANNA J. MILLER and children, I will
offer for male at the Court House, to the highest
bidder, on TUESDAY, 6th OF JULY, the fol
lowing property, situAted in Savannah and
known as lots H 4, 85, and the went one-fourth of
lot No. 88, Screven wan!, fronting on Gwinnett
street, with improvement*, consisting of eight
houses; ami also lots E. F. and I), of Middle Ogle
thorjie ward, on east side West Boundary street,
improvements, consisting of six houses.
Terms cash, purchaser paying for titles.
G. H MILLER.
House and Lot at Auction.
By ROBT. H. TATEM, Auctioneer.
Will be sold before Court House on TUESDAY,
July 5, 1887, at 11 o'clock.
The lions** and Lot next to southeast, corner
N**w Houston and East Broad street Iyt fronts
85 feet, more or less, on East Broad street and
under good rent. Terms cash, purchaser paying
Building Lot at Auction.
By ROBT. H. TATEM, Auctioneer.
Will be gold before Court House, at 11 o'clock,
on TUESDAY, July 6th,
Lot No. 14H Derby ward, 39x100, and fronting
north on St. John street. Terms cash, pur
chaser paying for tit lea.
Bv j. McLaughlin & son.
ON TUESDAY, sth JULY, 1887.
At 11 o’clock, before the Court House.
Under and by virtue of an order granted by the
Honorable Hampton L. FsnaiL!., Judge of the
Court ot Ordinary for Chatham county, I will
proceed to sell at the above mentioned time
The undivided one-twelfth Interest of the
northern half of lot 11 Middle Oglethorpe ward
and Improvements, having a front of 50 feet on
Pine street, and running hack a depth of
feet. Hold as the property of ROSSELLA
BAKH. minor, to pay debts.
Terms cash. ROSSELLA GIONILLIAT,
A Rare Gurnee for Investment
Six Brick Dwellings at Auction
Tuesday, July sth.
Daniel R. Kennedy, Auctioneer.
I will sell at the Court House on TUESDAY,
July sth, at 11 o'clock,
That very dodrabla property known a* Lot
No. •.“I Pulaski word and Iniprovernci.la. which
consist of Six brick dwelling*, situated on Hie
southwest corner of Charlton and Whitaker
street*. Till* property is centrally located, very
desirable size houses anil ths Investment would
Ite a paying one. Terms -One third rash, balance
on easy terms, with interest anil mortgage.
Floor, Hay, Grain and Provision Dealer.
rTREHH MEAL and GRITS In white sacks.
Mill stuff* of all kinds always on hand
Georgia raised SPANISH PEANUTS, also
PEAS: every variety
Special prices oar load lots HAY and GRAIN
Prompt attention given oil orders and satis
OFFICE. 88 BAY.
WAREHOUSE. No 4 WADLEY STREET, on j
kas Santfiii lUiiiMuL
C. H. DORSETT’S COLUMN.
ConiniLsioners’ Sale for Partition.
C. 11. DORSETT, Auctioneer.
Under and by virtue of an order granted by the
Honorable Superior Court of Chatham county
in the case of SARAH A WALTON versus
HKTTV K. WHALEY and the MERCHANTS
AND MECHANICS LOAN ASSOCIATION,
petititiou for partition, we will sell, before the
Court House door in Savannah, during the
legal hours of sale, on TUESDAY. JULY 5.
All of that certain portion of land and the
tenements thereon, known as sub divisions Noe.
1 and 2of lot Number 12 Trustees Garden, hav
ing a front on Reynolds street of seventy-seven
feet and six inches, with a depth of eighty-two
feet for sub division No, 1, and sixty five fo#
for No. 2. Terms cash.
C. H. DORRETT,
J. L. WHATLEY,
U. H. McLAWS,
J Brick Residence
Containing three bed cham
bers and bath room on third
floor; a parlor, back parlor
and piazza on second floor;
dining room, store room and
kitchen on first floor.
The two-story outbuilding
contains four rooms.
This house is in a good
locality, convenient to two
lines of cars, churches and
schools. As the owner ia
moving from the city a good
bargain can be had.
A handsome, well-appointed
dwelling near the Park. In
point of location, surround
ings and general “make up”
the most critical should be
suited with this piece of realty.
Near S., F. & W. Ry. Depot
I have a fine property, well
adapted to business purposes,
private dwelling or a board
No City Tax.
Beyond Anderson street, I
can sell one corner lot Second
Avenue and Whitaker, and one
inside lot between Whitaker
and Barnard on Second Ave
—also — •
One lot on Montgomery,
facing east, between First and
I will sell in the New Addi
tion (beyond Anderson) a
two-story residence containing
three bedrooms, parlor, dining
room and kitchen. Lot 30x
145. This is a bargain.
For $lO per month and SSO Cash
I will sell a beautiful lot in
Southville. Southern front,
magnificent oaks and thickly
To be paid in reasonable time
after purchase is made—
sl4o one year thereafter,
$ 150 two years thereafter and
$165 three years thereafter,
and no interest —1 will sell a
lot 30x100 on Lorch street,
between Jefferson and Mont*
A WEST RROAITsTREET CORKER,
In a good locality, good for
business or residence, size 75
feet on West Broad by 49 feet
One Other Chance.
For SIOO Cash
And time payments as follows:
One year after purchase, S9O;
Two years after purchase, $95;
Three years after purchase,
SIOO, without interest, I will
sell a lot on New Houston
street, near Burroughs.
C. H. Dorset!,
HEAL ESTATE DEALEJL