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Official Proceedings of Council.
Savannah, Ga., Oct. ft, 1887.
Council met this evening at 8 o'clock. Bros
eflt Hou. John Schwarz, Mayor pro. tom;
Mdorfftan John J. McDonough. Vice Chairman
of council; Aldermen Bogart, Duncan, Haines,
Jlell, Myers. Nichols,Reid and Thomas.
Tim Committee on Accounts report that, they
hare examined and found correct hill* against
the citv amounting to fourteen thousand one
hundred and ninety one dollars and sovent.v
one cents, as per accompanying schedule, and
recommend that the same be passed for pay
liEORGK S. ItAINKS,
Acting Chairman Committee on Accounts.
The report of the committee was adopted, and
the accounts. a per schedule annexed, were
iiassed for payment.
Boarp of Health—
A!. J. Doyle $ 200
John fi. Butter 1 oo
i morgia Infirmary 900 00
Geo K McAlpin inn 88
Pr. Geo. E. Matthews 91 on
Alfred Kent 4ft 4T
,1. K. Furlong 7 18
Time of hands, O. E. AI . Ir,;,
< ineeola Butler 185 30
W D. Dixon 89 50
Time of hands, O. K. M 91 50 -$1,030 8(S
City Court -
J lay wood, OageS Cos 7 00
Brush K. Ti. & I*. CO 3,195 00
Dry CuLTt'RE —
Time of bauds $ 30 i8
(i. 8. McAlpin 15 97
T L. Kinsey 10 30
Patrick Barrett 1 95
Time of bands 157 50
Time Of bands 102 26 320 68
FIRE HE* ARTMENT -
Par Roll September, 1887... .$ 7fil 50
G s McAlpin 50 05
H 8 McAlpin 82 02
(I S. McAlpin mio
I ,u France Fire Kng. Cos (jo 00
A J Miller & Cos 0 to
Dixon* Murphy 19 00
<vConnor & Ray 27 01
Thomas Curtis u 00--$1,091 98
INC I CENTALS —■
The Mutual Gas L. Cos $3 0
Haywood. Gage * Cos 3 00
)- K Rebarer C. C 48 67
y. F Kebarer C. C 7 45
Young A feons 440 00— $407 18
l.jiHEi. Grove Cemetery—
CE. San berg $ 875
I’ime of bunds 17K 50
James M. Flitch - 9 00
R. .V. Stunt 14 75
R. N. Stunt 30 13— 297 13
Brush Electric L. &T. C 0... .$ IrtO 00
Mutual Cfts Light CO 10 26 110 26
Parks and Squares—
Michael Walsh $ 125 00
Time of hands 264 40
Savannah Brick Al'f'g. C 0... 231 in)
Alfred Kent 21 00— 641 40
Pa vino Streets—
New York Herald 47 25
Mutual Gas Light C'o $ 29 08
G. S. McAlpin 148 80
O’Connor * Kav. admin's. .. 1 00
John P. Darnell 200 00
Palmer Bros 5 20
Alfred Kent 24 00
Alfred Kent 8 25
Alfred Kent 27 00— 444 10
Printing and Stationery
Smith & Berry $ 125
Fretwe.il & Nichols 11 05
fret well * Nichols 1 40
ofoming News 3 oo
William Estill 1 75 19 35
Bark Birgette and owners . ? 27 78
N Paulson & Cos 8 00
N Paulsen* Cos 6 95
Time of hards 75 00
Ross i Sanford 1,677 50— 1,795 23
oTREfTS ANT) I.ANES -
L D Orson $ 13 00
Ocean Steamship Cos 1,683 08
G S. McAlpin 18108
Time of teamsters ado on
McDonough * Cos 53 65
Dr. George E. Matthews 2 00
Julius Perlinski 4 00
Patrick Barrett 12 50
Tunc of Lands 614 81
O’Connor * Ray. adm't’s 44 00
Sa i annili BrieltMf'g Cos 115 50
Thomas Krautler 50 00— 2,928 82
G. F, Mott wilder. • • $ 368 00
71. A Beinkampen 84 56
O'Connor & Rav. adru's. ... 11 43
George S. McAlpin 15 97
Thomas Dillon 75
Ocean Steamship Company. 51
R D. Wood* Cos 42 51
H. R. AVorthington. . ... . 2,300 00
Ocean Steamship Company. 6 05
Pierce Well Excavator C 0... 194 87
J. W. Tynan 6150
Ishmael Berrien 27 60
Time of hands artesian well. 50 00— 2,966 31
Total . $14,191 71
REPORTS or COMMITTEES.
The Committee on Drainage, to whom nas
referred ihe petition of A. Kent for damages
sustained by cow in falling in sewer, beg leave
m report in favor of paying Alt’. Kent S4O in full
settlement of his claim. 4V. B. Mkll,
Chairman Committee on Drainage.
The Committee on finance, to whom was re
ferred the communication of C. Gellican. asking
that in the event of the election of R B. Jewett
as Inspector of Navni Stores thaMtte license fee
paid by Mr. Oellieaii as inspector before his
resignation be allowed to stand good for Mr.
Jewett for the balance of the year 1887, recom
mend that the petition be granted.
R. D. Bogart.
Chairman Committee on finance.
The Committee on Streets ami lames, to
whom was referred the petition of Messrs.
Byrnes Bro A Cos., for permission !o erect sign,
beg leave to report adversely, as t he erection of
the sign in the manner proposed by petitioners
is. prohibited by ordinance f. ft. Thomas,
chairman Committee on Streets ami lames.
The Committee on SI reels and lames, to
whom was referred the petition of Thomas
ICrautter. fop compensation for damages us
i a inert bv horse, beg leave to report that they
have set 1 ,e, 1 the claim, paying the petitioner SSO
in full settlement. D. R. Thomas,
chairman Committee on Streets and lames.
The Committee on Streets and Lanes, lo
' hnm was referred the petition ol John hook
o' permission to erect awning in from of his
tore, corner Drayton and Jones street lane,
begleaie to report adversely, the erection of
the awning as proposed being prohibited by
city ordinance. D. R Thomas,
Chairman Committee on Streets and Istnes.
The Committee on Slreetsand Lanes, to whom
"’*s referred the petition of sundry citizens
relative to w idening sidewalk on Tattnall street,
hetseen .Tones ami Berrien streets, report favor
ably, the Sidewalk to he thirteen feet wide, in
accordance w ith ordinance of Aug. 4. 1880.
D. R. Thomas,
i hairman Committee on Streets and lanes.
The Committee on Streetsand lanes, to whom
tras referred the ordinance to regulate poles in
i he city of SaAanuah.and the petition of the) Pres
ident of the Brush Electric Light and Power
Company, in reference to same, beg leave to re
fr'it by amendment to said ordinance.
D. R. Thomas,
<’hairman Committee on Streets and Lanes.
the Committee on Fire, to whom was re
ferred tiie petition of Robert Sissons for pei -
•*' -Mon t 0 remodel house on smith half of lot 22
North Cin ryto \ i ward, ling leave to report ad
versely. John Schwarz,
Chairman Committee on Fire.
The Committee on Fire, to whom w as referred
the petition of Mary Rocheforth, for permission
to repair house on lot No. 10 Washington ward,
beg lea report favorably to the same.
Chairman Committee on Fire.
The Committee on Health and Cemetery, t.o
hnm mil; referred the petition of Msgarct L.
! • rrell, n, transfer lot 1.301 isoirel Grove Cem
elcry lo f.llen K. Greene, beg leave to report
fa'orably to same.
William Duncan. M. D.,
Chairman (bmniittceon Healt h and Cemetery,
flie Committee on Finance, to whom was ro
fcrrerl ihe application of R. B. Jewett for elec
tion to the office of Inspector of Naval Stores,
'• port favorably and recommend that the elec
tion proceed. R. I>. Booart.
< 'hairman Committee on Finance.
TANARUS the Honorable the Manor aiut Aldermen
' ill/ of No rtf ii noli:
Gentlemen The following named persons
have failed or refnaed to repair their sidewalk
fa required by ordinance after being duly noti
fied John Flannery, lots 71 and 72, Brown
"ard; .Mrs. Hannah Bainbrick, lot. 6, Decker
"rd, Carpenter tvthlng; John Kuok. lot 20,
[ alhoun ward; Mrs'E. C. Wayne aud children,
lot 36, Brown ward; estate William O. Bulloch,
'■B*t half lot 57. Brown ward; WilliamDier*. cast
hi If 10l yd. Monterey ward; estate Gilbert But
ler. west half lot 84, Jackson ward; H. R. Jock
"n, lot 6. Vernon tytbiug, Heathcote ward;
Mrs. M. A. Buntz and children, oasi ualf lot 1.
J renon tything, Heathcote ward; Mrs. Margaret
Row, south hair tot 16. Green ward: Mis. F.
* utzel, lot 8, Lafayette waft); estate Thomas
Bateson, lot 5, Third tything. Reynolds ward;
estate Mrs. J Barron, lot, 36, Elbert ward; E. A.
M. Schroder, west third lot 84, F.lbert, want:
John A. Douglass, east two-third lot 34 Elbert
ward; E. A. M. Schroder, lot 88. Elbert
ward, John Nieolson, Jr., part lot 11. Ctirrytnwn;
Airs. K. Quantock and children, lot 12. Elbert
ward; Airs. Sarah M. Black, lot 2. Holland ty
thing. Percival ward; estate N. Geil, w. Vi lot 9,
Isi Kochi* tything. Heathcote ward; estate J.
D. Teu Broeck, e,Wj lot ‘J. Isi Roche tything,
Heathcote ward; Meyer Mendel, w. i-5 lot 14,
Franklin ward; \\. D. Simmon. 1-6 lot 88, Chat
ham ward. 1. A[. Solomons, w. lyj lot 15, Chat
ham ward: H. R. Coleman,lot 29. Jackson ward;
estate R. Hutchinson, lot i and 2, First tything.
Reynolds ward: estate F. Tupptoi, lot 4, Jekyl
lyt hing, Derby ward; estate Geo, w. Owens, c. L,
Jekyl tything, Derby ward.
It. J. \Vade, City Marshal.
Report received and Marshal instructed to re
pair sidewalks in accordance with ordinance.
PETITIONS AND APPLICATIONS.
Petit ion of ('. Lucian Jones et ah, relative to
bond of Woodward Barnwell for lease of Hutch
inson Island. Referred to committee of the
Petition of sundry Market dealers, relative to
the hour Of closing the Market on Saturday
nights. Referred to Committee on Alarket,
with permission to order the clerk to keep open
until 9 o’clock for two weeks.
Petition of Aliases F. ami R. G. Atinis, for per
mission to erect sloops to houses tn be erected
bn lot No. 18 Midiile Oglethorpe w ard. Referred
to Committee on Streets and Lanes.
Petition of Mrs. Eliza O'Connor, by P. J.
O'Connor, attorney, for permission to transfer
lot No. 1,952 Laurel Grove Cemetery to A. it.
Fulford. Referred to Committee on Health
Petition of L. P. Gilkey. master of schooner
Belle Hooper relative to Quarantine charges.
Referred to Committee on Health and Ceme
tery, and Sanitary Board.
Petition of George Schroder for permission to
make repairs of wooden house on lot No. 4.
Choctaw Ward. Referred to Committee on Fire.
Petition of G. Henken, for estate of D. W,
Henken, for permission to re shingle house on
lot No. 26, Garden lot. Referred to Committee
Petition of P. H. Kiernan, for permission to
erect a shed 10 feet high and 30 feet long. Re
ferred to Committee on Fire.
Petition of Alatilda M. Alnnroe for permission
to repair back piazza to house on lot 21, Berrien
ward. Referred to Committee on Fire.
Petition of Joseph A. Roberts * Cos., relative
to harbor fees. Referred to Committee on
Petition of Francois D'Orvall in relation to the
Opening of St. Nicholas street lam* or St. John
street or St. John street lane, in the city's ex
tended limits. Referred to Committee on
Streets nnd lames.
Petition of James Hart for permission to erect
stoops to brick houses to be erected on lot No.
28, Liberty w ard. Pet ition granted.
Petition of Beil Nash for permission to erect
stoops to houses to be built on lot No. 4. North
Oglethorpe ward. Referred to the Committee
on Streets and Lanes.
Application of E. Crafford for permission to
make sewer connection with Barnard street
sewer from premises on Barnard street, second
door from Gordon street lane. Referred to
Committee on Streets and 1 .ones and Sanitary
Board with power to act.
Application of Airs. John Lewis for permis
sion to make, pipe connection with Drayton
street sewer from premises corner Charlton and
Bull streets. Referred to Committee on Streets
and Lanes and Sanitary Board with power to
Petition of Salomon Cohen for permission to
make pipe connection with Abercorn street
sewer from promises Lincoln street near AVald
burg street. Referred to Committee on Streets
and'Lanes and Sanitary Board with power to
Petition of Afi-s. J. AI. Masters, for permission
to make pipe connection with Duffy street
sewer from premises corner West Broad street
aud New Houston street lane. Referred to
Committee on Streets and Lanes and Sanitary
Board, with power to act.
Petition of Central Railroad and Ranking
Company of Georgia, relative to ordinance
granting the Ocean Steamship Company of
Savannah permission to extend a railroad track
front the Ogeechoe canal to the Bilbo canal.
Referred to Committee on Streets and I .anus.
Ordinance on its first reading.
By Alderman Duncan
An Ordinance to require connection with the
city sewers in certain cases.
Section 1. Beit ordained by theAlayorand
Aldermen of the City of Savannah, that all
owners of property in the City of Savannah,
located not exceeding a block from a public
sewer are hereby required to make connection
with such sewer, ami it is hereby made unlaw
ful for said owners to use privy vaults.
Sec. 2. Bo It further ordained, that in
ease of the refusal, or neglect of said owners to
make such connection, the same may be made
by the said City of Savannah at the expense
of Ihe owner or owners of the pi*o|ierty for
which execution may issue to be mane aud
levied as in cases of execution for city taxes.
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained, that all ordin
ances and parts of ordinances in conflict with
this ordinance art) hereby repealed.
Ordinance read the first time Sent. 7. 1887,
read a Second time Sept. 21, 1887 . and referred
to Committee on Streets and Lanes, returned
Oct. 5, 1887. amended and passed.
An Ordinance to regulate poles in the city of
Section 1. Be it ordained by the Alsyor and
Aldermen of the city of Savannah in Council
assembled, that it shall not be lawful to erect
any poles in any street, lane, park or square ot
the city of Savannah save after the consent of
the Committee on Streets and Lanes to such
erection. If in the judgment of said committee
the erection is proper it may be allowed if done
under the supervision of the City Surveyor, if
the decision of the committee is adverse to the
erection, an appeal may be made to Council,
which may review the judgment of the com
Sec. 9. Be ft further ordained that all poles
now erect*si, or which may he hereafter erected,
may be removed at any time by order of Conn
oil and the location of said poles may be changed
at any time by direction of the Committee on
Streets and Lanes, the decision of the said com
mittee being subject to the review of Council on
appeal to Council.
Sec. 3. Bo it further ordained, that no hook nr
prong shall is* left in any or the said poles
within eight feet of Hie surface of the street
Sec. I. Be it further ordained, that it shall not
be lawful to place or put on any of the said poles
any sign, poster, or placard of wood, tin, paper,
or other material.
Sec. 5. Be it further ordained, that the owner
or owners of said |>nles shali. by the first day of
January next, neatly paint Ihe said poles, and
shall also place upon said poles Ihe name of the
owner thereof and the number by series of each
of said poles, said name or number to be dis
tinctly painted or stencilled thereon; provided,
however, that the requirement herein contained
ns to painting the said poles shall apply only to
those now erected, or which may be hereafter
erected, north of Hatl street and between Ran
dolph and West Broad streets, and to none
Sec. 6. Be it further ordained that, any per
son or persons violating the provisions of this
ordinance, or any of the said provisional, shall
upon convict ion before the Police Court of the
city of Savannah he fined In a sum not exceed
ing fifty dollars, and the pole erected contrary
t,o till* ordinance, or not painted, numbered or
marked as herein provided, shall he at once re
moved by the ( lily Marshal at the expense of
the owner of said pole.
Sec. 7. Be it further ordained that all ordin
ances and parts of ordinances in conflict with
this ordinance are hereby repealed.
R. B. Jewett was elected an Inspector of
Bv Alderman Myers-
Retolvrrt, That the Committee on City Lots
are hereby authorized to sell at public auction
within the next six months, nl such time ami
place as they may designate, all of those lots
located south of Seventh street, belonging to
the city, purchased from the Dillon estate and
knownVs part of the Dillon tract, hut not below
the minimum valuation placed upon them.
By Committee on Health and Cemetery—
Resolved. That authority lx* and the same Is
hereby granted to Mrs. Margaret L. Ferrell to
transfer lot No. 1,801 Laurel Grove Cemetery tn
Ellen F. Green.
A communication was received from Dr. J. T.
McFarland, Health Officer, forwarded by R. H.
Anderson, Chief of Pol in*, recommending
Policeman Fleming to be retired on one-third or
his annual pnv as provided for by ordinance.
The recommendation wan concurred in by Conti
oil and Policeman Fleming retired in accordance
A communication was received from A. IT.
AiacDonell relative to revising city ordinances.
Referred to His Honor the Mayor.
The following statement submitted by the
City Treasurer in compliance with section XVI.
of tax ordinance was read and received for in
Statement of Kxpemuti res from Jam ahy Ist
to Septkmbk.k 30th, 1887. INCLUSIVE as shown
uv the Citv Tkzasckek’s books.
Board of Health $ 39*605 JJ*
Hoard of Health, O. E. M 3.W41 HI
City clock* 148 ‘JS
City Court ** *
(Tty extension 613^7
City lamps $
Fire department 28.220 87
"r* u . • •.•... $ ooioft * M “*
Coupons, bonds 1879 *]!>'-<*■ -n
Coupons, bonds 18t3 In t-is #:■ -
Coupons, old bonds 1,404 49 1,78,867 56
TIIE MORNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1887.
Harbor aud wharves SIS 96
Laurel Grove Cemetery 4.376 81
Licenses 80 Ot)
Market 2.699 SB
Parks and squares 6.060 41
Polks* 40,978 79
Poliee uniform' 1,118 80
Paving siilew alks 5.260 79
Paving streets 4,737 70
Printing And stationery 1.7.M1 86
Public buildings 1,038 79
Quarantine 2.434 69
Salaries 15.218 46
Scavenger Department 14.95 K .'in
Sinking fund bonds of 1879 37.890 00
Sinking fund houds of I*B3 6.370 00
Streets and lanes 38,116 01
Taxes, 1884 14 35
Taxes, 1885 9 81
Taxes. ]Beu 51 89
Taxes, 1887 114 47
Water works 39.919 18
Total $459,000 23
FRANK K. REBARF.R.
Clerk of Council.
ONE CEUTA WORD, j
ADVERTISEMENTS, 15 IPoidx or
more, in this column inserted for ONE
CENT A WORD, Cash in Advance, each
Everybody who has any want to supply,
anything to buy or sell, any business or
accom modal ions to seen re: indeed,an y wish
to gratify, should advertise in this column.
\\T ANTED, two competent milkmen. Apply
if to FELL & JONES, 2 mile post, Augusta
YtTANTHD. a good vest maker at once,
t V LEVY, the Tailor, under Screven House.
WANTED, cash boys. Apply at once. A. R.
V> ALTMAVF.it A CO.
l'.M PLOYMKNT Vi'ANTED.
r p<J PHYSICIANS AND DIU’I,GISTS Grad
I uate University of New York, Single, sev
eral years practice, one year hospital experi
ence, wants a position as assistant; lias had two
years experience in drugstore. Address PHY
SICIAN, this office.
MI SC KLI AN EC >UB WAN IS.
rpWO gentlemen wish to rent a pleasant room,
I with or without board, in private family.
Address TENOR, News office.
\T/ANTED, by single gentleman, neatly fur-
T t nished room, with or without beard: pri
vate family preferred. Address HOME, News
WANTED, a flat of three or four rooms, with
V V water and bath; price and location must be
stated, or no notice will be taken. JUDSON,
ROOMS TO RENT.
IAURNISHKD ROOMS for rent. 80 Brough
' ton street
I A RGK southern rooms near the Park, with
J board in private family. Address WOODS,
HOUSES AND STORKS FOR RENT.
15OR RENT, that fine two-story brick house
T on south side of Jones street, second door
from Tattnall: possession given Nov. Ist. Ap
ply to Mrs. THOS. BOWDEN. 219 Broughton st
JAOR RENT, eight room house. Apply lo
1 WM. BOUHaN, between Price and East
Broad, on Huntingdon.
IjAOR rent, IST Liberty street. Possession
1 given at once. THOS. A. FOLLIARD,
RENT, tw o small houses on Bryan, near
West Broad street. Inquire 80 Broughton st.
IGV)R RENT, from Nov. Ist, stores in the Odd
Fellow s Hail, also rooms ill Odd Fellow s'
Hall: possession given at once. Apply to A. R.
FAWCETT. Alarket square.
r pO RENT, rooms and store, with bar fixtures
I complete, corner Bryau and Whitaker sts.;
lately occupied by Mr. John Inunen. Apply
iv < * box Si.
IT'OR RENT, new house, north side .Tones
street, second from East Broad; rent $lB.
F. VAN WAUENEN, 80 Tattnall.
sX>lt RENT, brick dwelling 111 Jones street.
■T Apply i l ' D. R. THOMAS.
RENT, stores 71,73 Bay street; bouse,
Jones street, near Abercorn. Her
ring safe, wagon and horse for sale. JOHN 11.
IT'OR RENT, that large dwelling corner State
I and Montgomery, suitable for large family
or boarding house. Apply to C. P. MILLER,
RENT, brick store top Broughton street,
2 between Drayton and Bull: possession given
October 4th. Apply to LEWIS ( \ss.
IX)R RENT, the most desirable resience on
Taylor st reet, two doors wesi of Aberoom
street: possession given from Ist < ct. Apply 10
WALTHOITR A RIVERS. No. 83 Bay street.
R RENT, that desirable residence No. HI
Barnard street, with modern conveniences,
facing square. Apply to WALTHOUR &
RIVERS. S3 Bay street,
ITHDR RENT, brick store 153 Congress street;
three stories on cellar; possession given im
mediately. Apply to WALTIIOUR A RIVERS,
No. 83 Bay .street.
IM>R RENT, desirable hriek residence corner
Liberty and Abercorn st recta; possession
Oct Ist. Apply to WALTIIOUR A RIVERS,
No. 83 Bay street.
RENT, the store No. 165 < v*ngress street,
next door to Solomons A Cos.; one of the
ties! stands in the. city. For terms apply to
GEORGE W. OWENS. 118 Bay street,
POR RENT, from Oct Ist. splendid store No.
I 87 Bay street, situate in Hutchison s Block,
next to corner of Abercorn: has snlendid cellar
and is splendid stand for any buxines*: second
and third stories can be tented if desired. A.
It. LAWTON, Jr., 11l Bryan street.
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FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
I NOR RENT, a truck farm of fifty acres, about
three miles from the city on the Louisville
road. For terms apply to CEO. W. OWENS,
113 Bay street.
I NOR SALE, one full set Encyclopedia Britan
nica, 7*o volumes, new : cost $5 per volume,
total, $100; will le sold at a discount and on
easy monthly installments. Apply to or address
J„ care i int is Bns.
IXOKTY FIVE building lots for sale, In pleas
ant localities. ROBERT H. TATEM, Real
I NOR SALK, a fine Bull. Apply at 103 Harris,
1 two doors from Montgomery street.
i X>U SALK, l-aihs. Shingles. Flooring Celling,
Weatherboarding and Eraming Lumbar.
Office and yard Taylor and East Broad streets.
Telephone No 211. RKITARI) & 00.
IX)H SALE splendid vail water river-front
building lots, and acre farm lots with
river privileges, at HOSEDEW: building lots in
Savannah, near East Broad and Sixth streets,
and In Eastland: several good farm lots near
White Bluff, on shell mad. Apply to Dr. EAL
LIGANT, 151 South Broad street from ll to 10 a.
BO ARBI SU.
BOARDING. Pleasant rooms, with board:
location very near the Park. Apply 162
(button at reet, second dooi eat of Whiw or
I’HOTOG K APil V •
PHOTOGRAPHY SPECIAL NOTICE Prices
E reduced. Fine Cabinet Photographs a
specialty. Price, $2 for six or $8 a dozen.
J. N. WIUSON,
2l Bull street.
lORT ( olCs revolver, self-oocker. between
4 Savannah, Florida and Western depot and
jail, either on Liberty or Whitaker street; re
ward will le paid on the tiuiipr leaving it at 177
r pTIE tenth annual session of Sherwood’s
1 Dancing Academy, et Masonic Teftjple, will
re-open on Saturday afternoon. Oct. lft. with
misled and masters* etas*. mid on M<iday even
ing. Oct. 17, with ladies and gentleovn* el**s,
Send for circular. Address J. B. SHERWOOD,
VTTENTJON : Send your order for paper
hanging, mattress malting, carpet laying,
curtain hanging, furniture upholstering and re
pairing to A. GOSS, Practical Workman, 212 Ml.
I FEMALE Canary birds at GARDNER 8, 80^
1 Bull street.
N otice We have to-day that excellent tiean
soup, Boston woodcock, etc., at DAN
QUIN AN'S, a Bull street.
A FRESH Ibl singing Canaries, at GARD-
I \ NEH's. tut., Bull street.
\\' ATCHES, Clix*ks ami Jeweli v carefully re
-44 paired. BROUGHTON STREET HAIR
STORE, Watch and Jewelry Repairing Depart
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a * TRADE is booming with us not-
If jL %* withstanding the cries of "fresh
I | els," "short crops," "hard times,"
I !U> W* z etc., coming from some few sec
' tions of our large territory.
niin IMMENSE sales are due lo Hie fact,
1 R I I IJ that we have built upon the rock of
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made happy by reaKon of our omKavors and tho
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Southern Music House.
H* I :
Of bogus bargains aro every day happening
in tin* sphere composed of Fancy uoodb
dealers, but where unceasing energy
and eternal pluck is brought into
requisition low prices will
knock them out of sif?ht
and remain master of
the situation; so
Sweeping down the mountain side, we scatter
before lib all this Opposition on these favorite
Fach pieoe tailor-made, glove fitting, and lead
Bit; JOB TjOT. Ladies" all wool. Bouele Jer
seys. in Black, Brown, Navy, only 75c. each;
worth $1 .V>.
75 DOZEN, Ladies' Black brilliant wool Jer
seys. pleat backs; a grand bargain, $1 each;
worth fully 81 7.".
50 DOZKN Ladies' Black hrillinnt, wool Jer
seys, vest front, box-pleat back; a startler, for
25 each: worth fully $2.
Yi Toadies' Black brilliant wool Jer
eeys; a superb article, with box pleat back, only
Si 50 each: wort h fully ‘A’.
.‘ls DOZKN Ladies' lwt brilliant Black wool
Jerseys. Fedora fronts and box nleat back, only
rarely sold elsewhere under SB.
Grand Additions of New Millinery
by Every Steamer.
NEW KJD GLOVES! NEW KID GLOVES!
At Lowest Prices.
N>w Fall and AVinter Goods in every Depart
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.
138 Broughton Street.
* CARGO Ol
OIRECT FROM EUROPE
—rOR 4ALE LOW BY—
SAVANNAH, GA. |
PRINTING, F,T< .
MERCHANTS, manufacturers, mechanics, !
corporations, and ail others in need of
printing, lithographing, and blank hooks can
nave their orders promptly filled, at moderate
prices. at -To MORNING NEWS PRINTING I
11 OUSE, 3 Whitaker street.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
D. B. Lester's
\m OLD RYE WHISKIES.
PURE OLD CORN WHISKIES.
PURE OLD IRISH AM) SCOTCH WHISKIES.
PURE OLD MANOR MALT WHISKIES.
(The llesi Malt Made).
Pure Old Jamaica and St. Croix Hum.
PURE OLD HOLLAND GIN.
(The Rest Olh Imported).
Pure Old llenncssy and Martell Brandies.
PURE OLD DUFF GORDON SHERRIES.
PURE OLD PALE SHERRIES.
PURE OLD PORT WINES.
PURE OLD MADEIRA WINES.
PURE OLD CATAWBA WINES.
PURE OLD SCUPPERNONG WINES.
Pure Old Peach and Apple Brandies.
Parties using stimulants as a means of iin
proving health and healing human Ills can rely
upon the quality of the above goods.
D.J3. UKKT Ivil
21 Whitaker street. Savannah, fla.
POE S A I. EL
B Select Whisky Si on
Belter Whi*ky. ... 4no
lni[K>rlal Whisky no
Pineapple Whisky 2 on
North Carolina Corn Whisky a 00
Old Rye Whisky 1 50
Rum New England and Jamaica $1 So to .1 00
live mid Holland (tin 1 .VI to :| 00
Brandy—Domestic and Cognac > 50 to 6 00
Catawba Wine S! 00 lo $1 50
Blackberry Wine 1 00 to 1 SO
Madeira, Ports and Rherrys J 50 to SOU
PLEASE GIVE ME A CALI..
A. H. CHAMPION,
i URMISIIIM. GOODS.
SHOOT 11 MI!
The Straw Hat, We Mean.
NEW FALL HATS
ftRE NOW OPEN,
VSTE offer the best 'Derby Hat ever shown for
▼ ▼ the price Only $2 and $2 aOeach.
A splendid assortment, all sizes, in Black or
Broun. DUNLAP NKW FALL HATS ami
N AS< ’IMKNTOS, comfortable, flexible huts, for
which we are the sole agents in Savannah.
Beautiful Scarfs, at to 50c. each.
T in** Linen Handkerchiefs, plain, hemmed or
at itched. at s!> per dozen.
Regular made Half-Hose, in plain or fancy
colors, at 23t\
Gloria Cloth Umbrellas, outwear the silk.
Boys' Cloth Hats and Polo Caps, Valises,
Satchels. Sleeve or Collar Buttons.
Night Shirts in variety, TV. upwards.
Fine Dress Shirts, nun the elegant “Diamond"
Sliirl x, ftt si, of Wamsutta goods.
Rubber < oats, Rubber Leggings. Rubber Pil
lows, and Fancy Notions of nil kinds for men.
RLMKJMBKR, now is the chance to get a good
Derby lfat for $2, at.
L ; i Faiis,* ’s,
29 BULL STREET.
J. W. TYNAN,
ENGINEER a:id MACHINIST,
S.W.WX Ml. UKOPfIIA
Corm*r uVst Firoad rtitd Indian St
\ 1,1. KINr*H Ol MACHINERY. 1* "l .F.'ls,
l\ Hiv.. >]uile and rt|tuir*d. r>TKA*U l'l MTS.
<ir>VKt:\oi.x INJECTORS ASn STEAM
WATER KITTIVfiSor nil kinds for .ale.
McDoißii & Batolyie,
lioiler Makers and Blacksmiths,
, Idr 4* MAN! I'At.TL'nERH of
STiITON.vhV iHM POKTABI.K ENGINES,
VEHTir.flS’trtW TOJ’ ni'N'SINO CORN
1 Mj-U.-d'-fff'ilAK Mll.i.S and TANS.
\OE?frs for Alert, awl Union In the
Htmnfcfcto rtu-T flirmt effective on tn market;
Oullcu." Light Draft Magnolia Cotton Ulo, the
heat irl tile !iworker.
All order* promptly attended to. bend lor
GRAIN AND HAY .
Rust Proof Seed Oats
Keystone Mixed Feed.
HAY and GRAIN,
1T BAY tSTRKET.
AUCTION *AI.,K>( TO-DAY.
Groceries, Furniture, Crockery, Stoves
Daniel R. Kennedy, Auctioneer.
THIS DAY at II o'clock, at my salesroom, 171
311 BARR KM FLOUR. CO SACKS FLOUR. It
CASKS UJIM REACHES. V (ASKS (>.)
PKACHFS, 2 DOZEN BUCKETS, 2 BARRELS
VINEGAR, 1 CASKS SMOKING TOBACCO,
S,OOOCIGARS, 10 BOXES RAISINS, l BARREL
COFFEE. .", BUCKETS PRESERVES, H BAGS
NUTS, 10 CHEESE, 0 TUBS BUTTER, etc,, etc.
1 very nice BEDROOM SET. 2 EXTENSION
TABLES, CHAIRS. MATTRESSES. UF.ERIG
KRATORK. PILLOWS and BOLSTERS, WASH
STANDS, COMMON REDSTICADS, ITATRACK.
SAFES, CUPBOARD, SEWING MACHINE,
1 CASK CROCKERY, 8 COOKING STOVES,
2 OFFICE STOVES. Assortment of TINWARE.
2 DOZEN SLOP BUCKETS. TIN ME AH UR US.
WATERING POTS, SMOOTHING IRONS, etc.
Tliee,* good* will be ftoltl without' reserve.
CITY MARSHAL'S SALE.
, City Mammhai.V Omen, i
Savannah, lit., October 4th. 1887. (
ax the first Tuesday in November,
" " 1857. between the lawful hours of sale, lie
foro the Court House door, in the city of Savan
nah. Chatham county. Georgia, and under the
direct ion of I tie t 'ommlttee on Public Sales and
City I/its, will be sold the following property,
for arrears of ground rent due (be Mayor and
Aldermen of the city of Savannah:
Lot number six (H) Calhoun ward and the im
provements thereon, ten (U)> quarters ground
rent due by William M. Davidson.
ROBERT J. WADE.
LEGAL NOTIC ES.
(t EORGI A, Chatham County. In Chatham
I Superior Court. Motion to establish lost
To Isaac D. I.aßoche, Henry Love. Abraham
Backer, L Franklin Dozier, Win. K. Dozier,
Thomas B. Dozier, Bonn Dozier, Nina Dozier
Pressley. Blanche K. Choppln, Arthur
D. Choppin, George K. Beard, Emma Estelle
Hodgson, Mary L. Hodgson, Agnes B. Hodg
son, George 11. Hodgson, and Joseph C. Hodg
ELIZABETH A. RILEY having presented to
me a petition In writing, wherein she alleges
that a certain deed to lots Nos.lt and IS in
Stephen ward, in the city of Savannah, was
made by ISAAC P. I .aROCIIEand SAMUEL P.
BELL, acting as Commissioners under a decree
in equity in Chatham Superior Court, wherein
you were parties, or are representatives
Of parties, or ai-e interested adversely to
her title to said lots of land, which said deed, a
copy of which In substance is attached to said
petition and duly sworn to, bears date the rtf h
day of Juno, 1800, and the original of which
deed said petitioner claims has been lost or de
stroyed, and abe wishes mid copy established
in lieu of said lost original You are hereby
commanded to show cause, if any you can, at
the uext, Superior Court to be held in and for
said county on the FIRST MONDAY IN DE
CEMBER NEXT, why said copy deed should
not be established in lieu of the lost or destroyed
And it further appearing that some of you,
to wit: Abraham Backer, L. Franklin Dozier,
Will. K. Dozier, Tliomaa B. Dozier. Bona Dozier,
Nina Dozier Pressley, Blanche E. Choppin, Ar
thur B Choppin, George R. Beard, Emma Es
telle Hodgson, Mary L. Hodgson, Agnet; B
Hodgson, George H. Hodgson and Joseph C.
Hodgson reside outside of the Stare of Georgia.
It In therefore further ordered that you so re
sosiding outside of the State of Georgia lie
served by a publication of said rule nisi for
three months liefore the next term of said court
to wit: Three months liefore the FIRST MON
DAY IN DECEMBER NEXT in Ihe Savannah
Morning News, a public gazette of this State,
published in this county.
Witness the Honorable A P. Adams. Judge
of said Court, this 27th day of August, A. D.
1887 BARNARD E. BEE,
ClerkS. C.. C. C.
R R. RICHARDS,
Attorneys for Petitioners.
A true copy of the original rule nisi issued in
the above case. BARNARD K. BEE,
Clerk X. C.. C. C.
/ GEORGIA. Chatham County. Notice is
* 1 hereby given tbai I have made application
to the Court of Ordinary for Chatham county
for older to sell lot number :tn Crawford ward
and the improvements, lot sixty by ninety; ten
shares of Atlantic and Gulf railroad slock, and
lots numbers 248, 247 and 5 in ('obb, Chattooga
and Dawson counties, respectively, being wild
uncultivated lots, belonging to estate of CAS
PAR LE.NZ.AR. deceased, for the payment of
debts and distribution, and that said order will
be granted al VOVKMRKH TERM, 1887, of said
court, unless object ions are tiled.
OcIOSEJI 4, 1887.
Administrator of Caspar Lenzar, deceased.
( ' EORGIA, Chatham coi nty. Notice Is
I hereby given to all parties Inning de
mands .-tgßinst the ‘“.late of GEORGIA A.
PAT-BIRD. late of Chatham county, now de
ceased. lo present them to me properly made
out within Hie time presertts'd by law. so as to
show t le*ir character and amounts; anil all per
sons indebted to said deceased are hereby re
quired (o make immediate payment to me
Savannah. October Ith. )vB7.
ISAAC D. LaROCHE,
Administrator Estate of Georgia A. Talblrd, de
i < r.onuiA. Chatham county. Notice i*
" 1 iu-ruby given to nil pnrii*'s having de
in.’iudH mki inj<t the wt.iiP of PETER B. RKTP,
lac- of Chatham county, now decuamd. to pro
wnt i hem to mi* properly made out within Ifce
time proMTlhed hy law, mo ns to ahow fheir
uliHi'Hi f®r and nniountn: and ail perform In
ifohtfd to said dec*nnei are her'hy rn|uiT*d to
make payment to me.
Wavantwh, Oetoher 4th. I^7
JAMES M. HKIfJ*
Administrator Entate o‘ Peter R. Reid. iNv^umvl.
(t KOIP.JIA, Chatham County. Notice i
I her* hy. lo all parties bating de
ruHnds Hvrtinul theoiateof KATK MoMATiON,
lt(* of < liaiham county, now d***a**d* to pi*
sent i hem to me projHTly made out within
the time prescribed hy law. ho jm to whow thejr
charm ter and ammints: and all peraonaindebted
tOMtki deceased are hereby required to make
immediate payment to us
Kavannah, October ft l. ihMt.
J< HN FLANNKRV.
.IAMKB I McC^WAN.
Tzfei 'jtors KstAte ot Kate M.-MUhOP, deeiAmjrtd
roi; i RAH >.
The Great Southern Portrait Company,
L. B. DA VIS,
Secretary and Managfer of the Croat South
ern Portrait Company.
\N of aamplCMof our Portraits at
our oftlce. with Davis Bros., tJ and 44 Bull
ntr.vf. will Kieatly Interest those who contem
plate h.i . ui:; Ntnall pictures of thefnaelvcM. their
ir lends, iiviuu and dJK*eaad crtied aid erd rt?ed
in on,, watkk an/jH, India ink. pas-
TKI.I*I and (’KAVON. -a p*t
feet likeness ntid etcell*- of work. We hftve
about TWKNTY JtlH KRKNI STVDKH AND
cRAIDS IN SIZES ol- ENLARGED POR
TRAITS from B*JU to fiOxtfUf and our priitn* are
from $•: to WKM> each. LMPLOV KORTV ART
JMTH: hren twenty-nix yearn In the hualneiwi;
have a t>,tt n> candle-power ELECTRIC LRiHT,
ar.d nr** fully prepared with all proper cxperll
tion and <kll! to execute all <rdera promptly
and satisfactorily. Wo respoctfitlly solicit your
orders. L. B. DAVIS,
Secretary and Manager The 1 treat Southern
Portrait t o.
W. A. MAIWHAhts. Ft. A. lI’LKOP.
MARSHALL & McLEOD,
Auction and lieneral Commission Merchants,
Re;)! Estate and Stocks and Bonds,
II"14 Broughton Street, Savannah, Ga.
ATTENTION GIVEN TO RENTING OF
HOUSES AND COLLECTING RENTS.
|7'OK SALE. Old Newstiaper*. junt the thing
F for wrapper*, only 15 cent* a hundred, XP
for 25 cent*, at the buxines* office.
C. H. DORSETT’S COTsUSTV.
Executrix’s - Sale.
C. H. DORSETT, Auctioneer.
By virtue of an order granted by the HonOrAlUa
Ordinary of Chatham county, I will sail be
fore the Court House, in Savannah. durtng
the usual hours of sale, on TUESDAY, No
vember Ist, 18*7,
AM that certain lot. of land id the city of Ife.
rAniiali known as lot number eight In C* J-
HulPa subdivision of lots mnnhars flfty-tar*
and fifty-four South Oglethorpe ward, with tJt
Improvement* thereon, consisting of a two-glory
brick dwelling house on the corner Of West
Boundary and Margaret, street*. Sold as the
property of CHARLES JONES, deceased, for
payment of debts and for distribution.
CUtriX Of ( bnrl**s .(.>ne*, deoOAIUKI
C. H. DORSETT, Auctioneer.
Under and by i Irtue of an order granted by the
Ordinary of Effingham county. Georgia, Iwfil
mil at public outcry, before the door of the
Court House, in Savannah Georgia, between
the legal hours of sale, on TUESDAY, the fit.
day of November, |HtS7. the following property
of LULA SHEA ROUSE and JOHN SHE AR
OUSE, minors, namely:
One undivided one sixth (1-6) Interest, tn tbit
certain lot of land situate and being in SAid City
of Savannah and county of Chatham, known M
lot number set on (7, Davis ward, fronting flftr
six feet on Taylor street and running back fo
Jones street laue. Terms cash; purchaser pay
ing for titles. JOHN E. SIIE.VROUSE,
Guardian of tails and John BhearouSe.
By C. H. DORSETT, Auctioneer,
By virtue of a decree of the Superior Court. Of
('batham county, passed on the 40th day of
July, 1887. during tlie June term of SaldeOurt,
in a case therein pending in which Jam** j.
McGowan, Kate McMahon and Mary E. Doug
lass are complainants, and Mary Elisabeth
Kine and John Sherlock are defendant*, the
undersigned oommlaalouera (appointed for thle
purpose) will sell at public outcry before the
door of Ibe Court I!• mse of Chatham county
on the FIRST TUESDAY IN NOVEMBER
NEXT, being the first day of said month, be
tween the legal hours of sale.
The following lots, t racts and parcels of Uni
iu the corporate limits of the city of Savannah,
All that piece, parcel or lot of Und In the oitr
of savannah, county of Chatham and State of
Georgia, descrllied on a map drawn by Joseph
M. Sbellman, City Surveyor, as lot number four
(4i; bounded north by lot number three, than
described as the property of the estate of
Thomas Williams; on the east, for a distance of'
two hundred and twenty-two and one-third feet,
by the Ogeechee canal, on the south by lot mua
bur five (5), the property of G. w Anderson; on
the wost by a straight line drown from the
northwestern corner of said lot number five to
tbu southwestern corner of lot number three
Also those three lota designated on ? map
drawn by Joseph M. Shellman. City Surveyor,
as lots numbers one. two and three, being parrs
of the lot above described as lot number four,
through which the Savannah and Ogeechoo
ovna I pa-aes: each of said lots containing sixty
three and one-half feet, more or less, on West
Boundary street und running westwardly to
tin: canal; nd together bounded north by lot
number four of the sub-division lots on thepUn
of soul Joseph M Shellman, east by wear.
Boundary street, south by original lot number
five anti west by the canal.
Also all those lota designated on the said map
of Joseph M. Shellman as lota Idlers E. D. L if.
I and It on West Boundary street and E and D
on Lnndier street between Margaret and Zubly
streets; each of said lota contain:ng sixty-three
and one-half feet hy ninety feet, more or less;
lots letters I and E forming what Is known on
the city map as lot number fifty-one, and lot*
letters H and D forming what is known on tils
city map ay lot number Itfty.
Also lots designated on said map of Joseph
M. Shellman as letters V. B and 0. now known
ou the city map ns lots number twenty six.
twenty-seven and twenty-night, f renting west on
Lumber street, between Margaret and Zubly
streets, each containing sixty-three and one
naif feet on Lumber street and ninety feet,
more or less, In depth.
Also lot number twenty-nine, bounded north
by Zubly street, east by lot number ten. south
hy lot number twenty-eight, or letter "C.” and
West by Lumber st -.et. cqptaing sixty-three
feet six Inches on Lumber street, aDd ninety
feet, more or less, in depth.
Also the east anil west halves of lot number
fifty two on the city map, bounded north by lot
number fifty-one (lot* 1 and K), east by Lumber
street, south by lot, number fifty-three, and
west by West Boundary street.
Also the eastern halves of lots numbers fortv
eight mid forty nine on the city map. together
bounded north by Zubly street, east by Lumber
street, south by lot letter Dior lot number fifty)
and w est by the western parts of said lots num
ber* forty-eight and forty-nine.
In ail sixteen parcel*of land.
The above parcels of land will he sold in lot or
lot* to stilt purchasers Term* cash, purchaser*
paving for papers. Sale Subject to confirm**
tion by court.
R. R. RICHARDS,
C. H. DORSETT.
J. R. SaUSSY.
Upon Very Easy Terms.
I can sell the two-atory residence (tenement) <n*
the west side of Wost Broad street, between
Anderson and Henry, upon the following
A cash payment of J-W.
A monthly ixiyrnont for two year* of $93 74.
Ali.-r Hie sxiiiratlouef two years a monthly
payment of flu 75 for seven years
the House I* nearly new and ha* s Parlor,
Dining-room. Kitchen and three Bad rooms,
w itb eater lo the yard.
The house is well built and furnished, ha*
good size room*, high celling*, and I* altogether
a rety comfortable home
Will sell ou above terms, or for tl.tSO cash.
Seven per rent, on $1,150 for nine years, with
tbc principal amounts to sß,ant) If "the ahtWA
jrii" payment In calculated it will amount to
I have for rent a ne new store and rstt
donr*e on the corner of West Broad and
Tbc residence No. ISO York street, between
Bull and Whitaker streets; very roomy and con
venient to business. C. H. DORSETT.
A Few Additions
TO THE OFFERINGS HAVE BREN MADE
RECENTLY, TO WIT:
A Very Elegant Residence large room*, high
celling*, all the conveniences expected in A first
class house, located in an aristocratic neigh
A full lot on Booth Broad Street Facia*
A Two-Story Residence on Green square. Tht*
is a Bargain at fifteen hundred dollars.
An Elegant Lot 80x10#, in Southeastern Sec.
lion, for eighteen hundred dollar*.
A Let 80x91, on Second Avenue, near Barnard,
for s4,'j. No City Taxes.
\ I/rt on Montgomery street, near Second
Avenue, for so®.
A Two Story Wooden Dwelling, good locality,
in northern part of me city, convenient to Bay
street and the Market, for *2,430.
A Two Story House in Yamacraw for ftVXk
Also two One Story House* for SI,OOO.
c. ii. ism,
Real Estate Dealer
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