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MINIATURE ALMANAC— I'tlld DAY.
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High Waves at Savassab T:I7 a. 7:58 pm
Monday. Oct St. 1887.
Steamship Wm Crane. Billups. Baltimore -J
B West 4I and. „ , . 0 „
Steamship City of Savannah. Smith. New
York—CO Anderson. Agent.
Seiir Ella M Walts. Stevens, New York, with
siaum to .1 D Weld; vessel to Master.
” Steamer Ethel. Carroll, Cohen's Bluff atul way
landings- WT Gibson, Manager.
Steamer St Nicholas, Usina. Feroandina and
nay landings—C Williams. Ait.
ARRIVED at quarantine yesterday.
Bark Melcbiorre drill), lzzo, Buenos Ayres, in
ballast—A R Salas 4 Cos.
ARRIVED UR FROM QUARANTINE YESTER
Bark Themis Non, Weybye, to load for Eu
rope—A R Salas & Cos.
Steamship City of Augusta. New York.
Schr Island City. Baltimore.
New York. O -t 2* Cleared, steamship Win
ston (Br). Millard, Savannah.
Bristol, Oct 37—Arrived, bark Arendal (Nor),
Bremen, t let SS—Arrived, steamship Highland
I*rince (Br), Milburn, Savannah.
Dung ties-. Oct 'IT Passed, bark Arvio (Hus),
Wadman, Pensacola for Dordrecht.
Oporto, Oct S3—Sailed, bark Unione (Ital),
Port Vendres, Oct 34—Sailed, bark Amaranth
(Nori, Barentsen, Savannah.
Tarragona. Oct 24—Sailed, bark Argo (Rus),
Bj .rkqvist, Pensacola.
Beaufort, S C. Oct 28 Sailed from Morgan
piver. schr Genevieve. Haley, Philadelphia.
(4a 1 vestim. Oet 28 —Cleared, schr Jas E Bayles,
Jacksonville, Oct 25—Cleared, sehrs Ida C
Schoolcraft, Booye, New York; Florence & Lil
lian, Smith, do.
Port Royal, S C, Oct 28—Cleared, bark Jessie
Morris. Jones, Gottenberg.
Philadelphia. Oct 20—Cleared, schr Norman,
Per steamer Ethel, from Cohen's Bluff and
landings—l2l bales cotton, 392 bbls rosin. 1 bbl
eggs, TS bbis spirits turpentine, 2 cords wood. 1
bdl hides. 2 boxes eggs. 1 crate bottles, 1 sack
hams. 20 sacks rice, 2 bells sugar cane.
PersteamerSt Nicholas, from Fernandina and
landings—29o bales cotton, 22 sacks rice. 1 pkg, 1
box shirts, 1 box hams. 1 bale sacks, 1 bale hides.
I tierce hams, 2 cases hats, 2 bbls flour, 1 keg
whiskv. 1 box bacon, l bbl hams, 1 box candy, 1
keg beer. 1 bbl bottles. 1 crate soda water bot
tles. 7 bbls spirits turpentine, 1 keg syrup, 30
bbls rosin. 1 demijohn, 1 trunk mdse, 2 pkgs.
PersteamshipCity of Augusta, for New York—
-3.005 bales upland cotton. 71 bales domestics and
yarns, 152 bales sea island cotton. 35 turtle, 592
bbis rosin. 248 bbls spirits turpentine. 50,000 feet
lumber, 570 boxes oranges, 394 pkgs mdse.
PersteamshipCity of Augusta, for New York—
Miss B V Thomas, Mr and Mrs T P Barrett. E
Sterling, Airs A N Wilson. Mrnnd Mrs,l J Rambo.
Per steamship Wm Crane, from Baltimore —
Miss Nancy Bond. J J Stoddard, wife and son.
Miss Waller. W E Maguire, Geo Queske, J Will
rue . John Mader. T II Massey, wife and 7 chil
dren. C A Samuels, W C Liuman, J Snollgrove,
Randolph West and nurse, Mrs R McGaghey,
Mrs M A Gaul. Airs I. D Cox.
Per steamer Ethel, from Cohen's Bluff and
landings—.! M Newman and son. A F Bryan, R
Brannon. P A Bryan, Miss J M Boykin, Master
Bri an. Master Boykin, D S Eddeufield, J H Ale
Millan. S C Powell
PersteamerSt Nicholas, from Fernandina and
landings—Rev C P Johnson, Mrs Ryals and son.
Per steamer Ethel, from Cohen's Bluff and
landings—Garnett ,S & Cos, J P Williams & Cos,
Wilcox. G 4 Cos, Slater, M 4 Cos. Baldwin & Cos.
Jas Hart 4 Bro. Woods 4 Cos, Montague 4 Cos,
W W Gordon 4 Cos, Ellis, Y 4 Cos. W C Jackson,
AI 5' 4 1)1 Melnt ire.O Walter 4 Cos. Herron 4 G.
Butler 4 S, W I Miller. I.ee Roy Myers & Cos, J C
Scot*, Kay 4 Q, AI Ferst 4 Cos.
PersteamerSt Nicholas, from Fernandina and
landing*—A B Hull. Al Ferst 4 Cos, Ray 4Q. (4
Mover. R A Roberts, Strauss Bros, Henry Clay,
A R Altmayer 4 Cos, PTubardy. Ellis, Y & Cos,
.TnoFlannery 4 Cos, J S Wood 4 Bro. Chas Ellis,
1131 Comer 4 Cos. Herron 4G, Baldwin 4 Cos,
Butler 4 S. W W Gordon 4 Cos, Riesei As, A S
Baron. AI Y 4 D 1 Mclntire. J I’ Williams 4 Cos.
be- Rov Myers 4 Cos. A Ehrlich 4 Bro.B.vck 4 S,
Peter Melvin. Einstein 4 L. Garnett. S 4 Cos, T J
Perkins 4 Son, S Guckenbeimer 4 Son, D Y
Dancy, AI Macleau.
Per Charleston and Savannah Rail war. Oct
29- Jno Flannery 4 Cos, Herron 4 G, O l > Cohen,
<. W Tiedeman. J P Williams 4 C 0.31 < lerovitch,
Blodgett, M 4 Cos. A Ehrlich 4 Bro, liieser 4 S,
Palmer Bros. Standard Oil Cos. Garnett. S 4 Cos,
J S Wood 4 Bro, W W Gordon 4 Cos, Alendel &
D, Woods 4 Cos, Montague & Cos, FAI Farley, J
G Heyward, M Y 4 I> 1 Atelntire, Decker 4F.
Airs A A Holmes.
Per Savannah. Florida and Western Railway.
Oct 29—Transfer Office, Jno Flannery 4 Cos.
Dale, D A Cos. W W Gordon 4 Cos. Einstein A: L,
McDonough 4 Cos, Stillwell. P 4 AI. Harms 4 J,
J A Douglass 4 Cos. Lippman Bros. A Hanley. I
AI Frank. Lee Roy Alyers 4 Cos. Pearson 4S, M
Eagan, Memhard Bros 4 Cos, AlcGillis 4 31, Mrs
J A Pearson. M Ferst 4 Cos, AI Y Henderson. A S
Bacon. H Myers 4 Bros. M Boley 4 Son, Lizzie
Jordan, Grady, DeL 4 Co.W I Miller. E Geffken,
5 Krauss, D Weis! iciu, Decker 4 F.Epstein 4 AY,
A Falk 4 Son, B H Levy 4 Bro. Warnock 4 AV,
AI Y 4 D I Mclntire. W W Chisholm, F AI Farley,
II Al Comer & Cos, Herron 4 G, Garnett, S 4 Cos,
.1 S Wood 4 Bro. A! Maclean. J P AVilliams 4 Cos,
AA'oods 4 Cos. G AV'alter 4 Cos. Peacock, H 4 Cos,
Ellis, Y 4 Cos. AI Maclean, E T Roberts, Alendel
6 D, C L Jones.
Per Central Railroad, Oct 29—Fordg Agt,
Jno Flannery 4 Cos. H 31 Comer 4 Cos, Savannah
Guano Cos, J P AVilliams 4 Cos. Alontague 4 Cos,
AVarren 4 A, Baldwin 4 Cos, G AA’alter 4 Cos. R D
Bogart, Woods 4 Cos, Herron 4 ft, FAI Farley,
Garnett, S 4 Cos, .1 S Wood 4 Bro. Pearson 4 S,
AI Maclean. BJCubbedge, Slater, AI 4 Cos. S
Morton. J C Thompson. Butler 4S.CH Carson,
G AV Tiedeman, S Cohen. A Ehrlich 4 Bro, J E
Ogden. H Alyers 4 Bros. H Solomon 4 Son, P II
Ward. Haines 4 D, Savannah Steam Bakery, Hr
Cox, Southern Cotton Oil Cos, Lindsay 4 M, S J
AV hi resides. C Kolshorn 4 Bro, Aloore. H 4 Cos,
S Guckenheimer & Son, Stillwell, P 4 M, Theo
Steffen, W Al Cleveland, Strauss Bros, D J Mor
rison. Smith Bros 4 Cos, A Hanley. Decker 4 F.
G AV Tiedeman, McGillis 4 At, Byck 4 S, Dr J H
AVhite, Peacock, H 4 Cos. M Y Henderson. AV S
Bevil, Slater, M 4 Cos. L Claghoru, Delia Lewis,
S I. Newton, S A Borders
Per steamship AVm Crane, from Baltimore —
Appel 4 S. G AV Allen, A A Aveilhe, Byck 4 S,
Bendheim Bros 4 Cos, AI Boley 4 Son. H Bartlett.
T P Bond 4 Cos, S AV Branch, Chas 4 Sav Ry, A
S Cohen, Crohan 4 D. AA' S Cherry 4 Cos, Almc L
Desbouillons, Cornwell 4 c. G Davis 4 Son. Jno
Doscher, Decker 4 F, J A Douglass 4 Cos, J H
Fox. A Ehrlich 4 Bro. JII Estill, 31 Ferst A Cos,
J F Freeman, Frank 4 Cos, G AV G nlman, AA' E
Guerard, S Guckenheimer 4 Son, B Gordon, C AI
HilLsmau, J Unity, Ga 4 Fla I S B Cos. J R La ti ■
mer. Knapp 4 Cos. E Give]! 4 Son. Lindsay 4 M,
Lippman Bros, B H Levy 4 Bro. 1 > 8 Lester, J J
Lutz, A Leffler, S K Lewin, A J Miller 4 Cos. I) J
Morrison, R D AlcDonell, Menken 4 A, J II Alas
sey, Lee Roy Myers 4 Cos, A S Nichols,AV F Reid.
K Platshek, Palmer Bros, Peacock. H 4 Cos. sir
Katie, Palmer Bros, H Solomon 4 Son. H Suiter,
AVm Scheming. J s Silva 4 Son. II L Schreiner.
Southern Ex Cos, J J Stoddard, E A Schwarz, str
David Clark, Jos Sognier. Revenue str Bout well,
Savannah Guano Cos, L Z Steinheimer, Smith 4
P, J T Shuptrine 4 Bro, Savannah Fur Cos, J T
Thornton, Teeple & Cos, (1 W Tiedeman, L Vogel,
J B West 4 Cos, D Weisbein, J P AVilliams 4 Cos.
J D Weed 4 Cos.
Per steauuhiip Tallahassee, from New York—
GAV Allen, Appel4 S, A R Altmayer 4 Cos, R S
Anderson. C G Anderson,T P Bond 4 Cos. J Ben
nett, Byck 4 S, H Blun, S AY Branch, O Butler,
Byck Bros, AI S Belknap. Blodgett, Al 4 Cos. L
Blustein, Theo Basel), Bendheim Bros 4 Cos, C H
Cox, C RR 4 Bkg Cos, AV H Price, AV G Cooper,
E M Connor, L Charrier, AV F Chaplin AV II
Chaplin, Chipman, AV S Cherry 4 Cos. A S
Cohen. J S Collins 4 Cos, Crohan 4 D, Cohen 4
B, AV H Cosgrove. Thos Cooley. Collet Bros, S
Cherry, H B Dumas. J A Douglass 4 Cos. Davis
4 Son, B Dub, Davis Bros, Al .1 Doyle. Jno Derst,
G Eckstein 4 Cos. Eekman 4 A', I Epstein 4 Bro.
A Ehrlich 4 Bro. Epstein 4 J H Estill. T H
Enright, AA'ni Eat ill, Einstein 4 L, AI Ferdt 4 Cos,
Frank 4 Cos, A b alk 4 Son. FHschman 4 Cos. G
Fox. Fretwell 4 N. S Guckenheimer 4 Son. B AI
Garfunkle, C AI Gilbert 4 Cos, Grady, DeL 4 Cos,
J P Germaine, G A Gemunden. AA'm Goldstein,
Gray 4 O B, C F Graham, J Gorham, A B Hull.
Hirsch Bros, A Hanley. J S Haines. J II Helm
ken. G A Hudson, AVm Hone 4 Cos, R Judge. AV
R Holden, S KrouskofT, Kuckuck 4 S, 1’ G Keis
liug, Kavanaugh 4 B. C Kolshorn 4 Bro, AA'ni
Keboe 4 Cos, Lippniau Bros. Jno Lyons 4 Cos, B
Linski, D B Lester. E Lovell 4 Son, Lovell 4 L,
N Lang, A Let Per, Lindsay & M, Lloyd 4 A, J E
LaFar. Ludden 4 B, B H Levy 4 Bro, Menken
4 A. A McAllister. R I) .AlcDonell, C F Mell. Mrs
C F Minis, Aits E AlcNally. Lee Roy Alyers 4 Cos,
AV It Mell 4 Cos, All s3l B Moore.A J Allller 4 Cos,
Afutual Co-op Asso'n, H Alyers 4 Bros. Marshall
House, Meinhard Bros 4 Cos. Jno Nleolson Jr. G
Noble, Neidlinger 4 R, Order Haines 4 D, Pu
laski House. Oelscbig. Palmer Bros, AI Prager,
Peacock, II 4 Cos. Pearson 4 S. R Peckraau. J
Paulsen, K Platshek, S B Palmer, M Rovelsky.
H Ray, J Rosenheim 4 Cos. J Richards, C !>
Rogers, Rieser 4 S, J S Silva 4 Son, G Schwarz.
P B Springer, Solomons 4 Cos. H Solomon 4 Son,
E A ooinvnr.*..Savannah Steam Bake: M tern
b uy, H Sehmedor, Savnutiati Fundture C •, AA*
BSturtevum. AV D Smiicms 4 Cos. Savannah Bk
4 T Cos, V Simon, l> Saminnu. C E Stnlts, .1.1
Sullivau. HI, Sclireiuer. A\ J Sums. Sisters of
.Mercy St Mary's House Savannah Colton Press
Asson. Strauss Bros.G AA’ Tiedeman. PTuberdv,
Theus Bros. Haliershani St l'har. J F Torrent. B
F Ulmer. O A’ogel. .1 l> AA'eed 4 Cos. 1) AVeisbein,
J D Weld. Thos West. A M4C AV West. A M
AVest. At AVilensky, Wilder 4 Cos, P H AA'arcl, H
M Wilinsky, AA'vlfv 4 <\ Southern Ex Cos. AA' U
Tel Cos, S, F 4 AV Ry, Ga & Fla 1 S B Cos.
LIST OF VES3ELS
Up, Cleared and Sailed for thia Port.
AVaterloo (Bn, Hewes. ( ar liff, sld Oct 9.
AVmston (Br), Millard, New York, clj Oct 28.
Carolina Faianga (Ital), Sootto, Liverpool, sld
Fratioisca do Villa iSp), Perares, at Liverpool
Sereia (Port). Dos Reis, at Liverpool, July 23.
Fulda (Non, Koufl. ltueuos Ayres, sld July --.
Agostini Sdtali, Bertolotii, Liverpool, sld May
13 via Table Bay, at, ltio Janeiro iu distress
Phison (Aus), Cosulich. at Venice Aug 15.
Sarah (Bn, AloMullen, Itahia, sld Aug 13.
Charlotte A Littlefield (Nor), Aloller, Hamburg,
sld Sept R.
Stanley (Non, Clansen. at Buenos Ayres. Aug 15.
Olof Glas (Sw), Andersen, Cevita Vechia. sld
I.innea (Nor), Hansen, Santos, sld Aug 18
Hesperia (Nor). Nielsen. Hamburg, shl Sept. 15.
Medusa (Gen, Schmidt. Grangemouth, sld Sept 15.
Felix Mendessohn (Ger), Fretwurst, at Bremen
Almaria (Nor), Jacobsen, Buenos Ayres, sld Aug
Pohona (Br), Jamesen. London, sld Oct 4.
Lovfald (Nor), Langfeldt. Bergen, sld Get —.
Glitut i Nor). (Mscn, Santos, sld about Sepl 12.
Niobe i Nor), Olsen, at Buenos Ayres, Sept 27.
Remittent (Nor). Pedersen, Liverpool, sld July
31 via Buenos Ayres.
Subra(Nor), Otterbek, Hamburg, sld Oct 1.
lirodrene (Nor), Bie, Liverpool, sld Oct 3.
Welgunde. Meehan, at New York, Oct 7.
Adele (Ital), Astarita, Oporto, sld Sept 25.
Tikoma (Br). Pugh, Livoroool, sld Oct 12.
A’orena (Nor), Nielsen. Rio Janeiro, sld Sept. 23.
Magdalena, , Cuxhaven, sld Oct 15.
Nightingale (Nor), Ingcbrethsen, Liveriiool. sld
Sjomanden (Nor), Lunde, Alontevideo, sld Sept
Agnes Campbell (Nor), Nielsen, at Buenos Ayres
Ceylon (Ger), Nieman, St Vincent, CV, sld Oct 1.
St Christopher (Ger), Schultz, St A'incent, C V,
sld Oct 1.
Boronta (Br), Thomas, Belfast, sld Oot 15.
Candeur (Nor), Nielsen, Barcelona, sld Oct 21.
Janies L Prendergast (Br), Bates. Rouen, sld
Amaranth (Nor), Barentsen, Port Vendres. sld
Konotna (Br). Thompson. Liverpool, sld Oct 25.
Donegal (Br), Buchart, Buenos Ayres,old Aug 22.
Jno K Souther, Pillsbury, Philadelphia, up Sept
Henry Waddington. Magee, Boston, up Sept 28.
John H Cross. Rawley. Providence, up Oct 7.
Alfaretta Campbell, Campbell, Philadelphia, sld
Chas E Young. Corson. Baltimore, sld Oct 22.
Bessie Morris, Wheaton, Elizabethport. up Oet. 30.
Ella M Storer, Studley. New Bedford, sld Oct 25.
A Denike, Townsend, Baltimore, cld Oct 25.
Charmer, Robbins, New York, up Oct 20.
Storied Holidays. By E. S. Brooks. Illus
trated. Boston: D. Lothrop Company. Price,
Mr. Brooks is a capital story teller, and
this book contains a dozen of his choicest,
each of them dealing with some English or
American holiday. There never was, says
Mr. Brook; in his preface, a holiday but
had it* store of stories that might he told, if
only the heroes or heroines could find audi
ence or opportunity. The “storied days” of
the book arc Christmas, New Year’s, St.
Valentine’s day. St. Patrick’s day, April
Fool’s day. May day. Midsummer eve, Inde
pendence day. n Great Olynnrad, Michael
mas, Hallowe’en and Thanksgiving. Only
one of these is unfamiliar to the reader—
that which te’ls of the heroism
an 1 devotion of the Spartan girl who dared
death to win the prize for her father at the
Olympian game-. The scenes of most of
the st.< ries lie in England, in the olden time,
and each story is accompanied by a full
Prtze Selections. Selected and arranged by
C. AA’. Moulton. Boston: D. Lothrop Com
pany. Price SI.
This volume contains 825 quotations from
English and American authors, popular
and obscure, many of them from old Eng
lish classics, more from living writers of
eminence and some from contributor - ; to
newspapers and magazines who have not
yet achieved the dignity of a volume. The
quotations are numbered and proper!/ ar
ranged, though without any connection as
to subject. The publishers offer a series of
cash prizes to the persons who are able to
name the authors of the greatest number of
selections. The competitor who, having
purchased the book, gives the author of the
most quotations, receives a cash prize of
$100; the second, a prize of $.50; the third,
S3O, etc. Nineteen prizes are to be de
George Munro’s Fashion Bazar for No
vember is full of everything that there is to
be known about the fashions. The illustra
tions are very numerous and the descrip
tive articles are very complete and satisfac
tory. The fiction and miscellaneous matter
are of an excellent quality. George Munro,
The November issue of the Eclectic offers
an attractive table of contents. Mr. John
Addington Symon ls has the place of honor
in a charmingly written paper on “Realism
and Idealism,” in which he discusses the
burning literary questions of the day. The
story of Zebehr Paslia, the man who has
had so much to do with Gordon and Stan
ley, is related as (alien from his own lips.
Striking scientific artteles, “The Creatures
we Breathe,” by Dr. Percy Frankland, and
“A Fossil Continent" will fascinate atten
tion. An account of one of the most ro
manticepisodes of history is given in the
sketch of “Masaniello.” and the article on
“Count Tolstoi.” the Russian novelist, dis
cusses ono of the most talked-of men of a
recent period. The p< cm ore the “Appease
ment of Deineter,” by George Meredith,
and Sir Theodor - Martin’s splendid transla
tion of Schiller’s “Diver.” A writer in
Temple Bar give,; a readable sketch of
Count Benst under the title of “A Lover of
England.” There are a number of readable
short papers, and the departments have
their usual interest. E. R. Pelton, 25 Bond
street, Now York.
In the Forum for November, political
subjects inspire the first seven articles. As
“Warfare Against Society,” President F. A.
P. Barnard characterizes the attitude as
sumed in many cases by the working classes
id their demands. Following M-. Barnard’s
paper are: “Should Fortune Bo Limited]”
by Edward S. Peters; “The Use and Abuse
ot the Veto Power,” by John D. Long; “Is
the Negro Vote Stippt es;edT by Senator A.
H. Colquitt; “The Panama Canal from
Within,” by George C. Hurlbut; “Shall
Utah Become a State:” by George Ticknor
Curtis; “Christianity ana Communism,” by
Rev. Dr. 11. Van Dyke, Jr. W. S. Lilly, in
answering the question of “What is the Ob
ject of Life.’” devotes more space to discuss
ing the papers contributed to the Forum by
his predecessors than he does to the enun
ciation of an individual opinion. “Duty,”
however, he claims a-s “the first word and
the last.: and most precious.” Tite Forum
Publishing Cos., 97 Fifth avenue, New York.
Scribner's for November is a very inter
esting number. All lovers of the music
drama will lie interested in the paper which
William F. Apthorp, the well known music
al critic, contributes on “Wagner and
Scenic Art,” which is fully illustrated from
the original Bayreuth sketches. Dr. Sar
gent, of the Harvard College Gymnasium,
contributes a richly illustrated article on
the “Physical Characteristics of the
Athlete.” Miss Olive Rislcy Seward, the
adopted daughter of the ex-Secretary, tells
a hit erto unwritten chapter of the diplo
ma: bi-tory of <nr country, regarding the
abortive treaty with Denmark for the pur
THE MORNING NEWS: MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1887.
chase of the island of St. Thomas. The
ancient Vikuig sh;p <Useovend several years
ago at Gokstad, in Southern Norway, is de
scribed by John S. White, LL.D. So tbner's
will signalize the completion of its first year
bv the publication of a superb Christmas
number. Charles Scribner’s Sons, New
With tlie current number of the Centura
Magazine begins its eighteenth year and
Uiirty-fifth volume. The November num
ber is especially notable. The frontispiece
is a portrait of Washington by Wright, of
Philadelphia, made Iu 1784, and now for the
first time engraved. Of this portrait it is
stated that Washington wrote to Mrs.
Powell, for whom it was painted, that “it
was the best for which he had then sat,”
while Tuckermaii said that “perhaps no por
trait of Washington bears such convincing
marks of genuine individuality without a
particle of artistic flatter.” Silhouettes of
Washington, John Washington and Benja
min Franklin, made by themselves and not
before printed, also appear in a paper on
“The Home and the Haunts of Washing
ton,” by Mrs. Constance Cary Harrison,
which produces with much picturesque il
lustration the life and scenes of Mount Ver
non and Alexandria iu Washington's time.
A short paper by Mrs. Sophie Bledsoe Her
rick, on “Mount Vernon as It is,” completes
a full account of the chief American shrine.
The special art feature of the number is the
sculpture of Augustus Saint Gaudens, of
which several beautiful examples are re
produced. The fiction of the present num
ber is especially notable, including tho be
ginning of two serial stories. 'The conclu
sion of the Buttle Series is emphasized in this
number by an admirable presentation in
text and pictures of the break up of Lee's
army, and the surrender at Appomattox.
The Lincoln history reaches a most inter
esting part of the great President’s career,
the period between his election and hi.s in
auguration. The Century Cos., Union
Square, Now York.
In St. Nicholas for November Louisa M.
Aleott contributes one of her charming
stories, entitled “Pansies.” “How Marie
Obtained Miss Alcott's Autograph” tells
how an ingenious boy secured the coveted
signature for hi.s sister without the assist
ance of the popular authoress. “Little
Matti of Finland” is a delightful tale of a
little known land, with many clever silhou
ette illustra ic.ss by Helen M. Hinds. Col.
R. M. Johnston contributes an account of
an exciting encounter between “Buck and
Old Billy.’ J. G. Francis has opened anew
jingle-mine in a very original and amusing
series of “Aztec Hieroglyphs;” and besides
other interesting matter, there are verses
and poems bv Grace Detiio Litchfield, Alice
Wellington 'Rollins, Frank Sherman and
Emma C. Dowd. The Century Company,
At the Harnett House, Savannah. Ga.,
you get all the comforts of the high-priced
ho els, and save from stto $2 per day. Try
it and be convinced.— Boston Home Jour
OFFICIAL MORTUARY REPORT.
Of the Pity of Savannah for the Week End
ing Friday, Oc!. 2)8, 18S7.
, Whites. BTks&CTd
Causes of Death ! Over. Uu- Over Un
tauses or Death, j )() der J 0 ]0 der , 0
|M.|F. M. F. M.! F. M. F.
Cancer of tongue — .. . . ..j i
Congestive chill L..‘ 1 ... !
Consumption, lungs..' 2; 1 ... ...
Dropsy [ 1
Enteritis j 1 1... J
Fever, malarial ... | 1
Fever.mal .congestive ... 1 ...; 1 .. ... I
Fever,malarial,typho . . 1; : |j
Gastro Enteretis I. j... j... 1 ...j
Inanition j 1 1 ...
1 .........i. .J ...
Oid age ! 1 ! ...j.
Pneumonia \ M . .1...:. 1 .
Stomach, hem of 1..
Total I 2 3! 1 3 4 4 2 1
Deaths in city—Whites. 9: blacks and col
ored, 11; total 20. Exclusive of still births,
blacks and colored, 3.
| Whites. Colored. H
Ages. , |
M. _F_ 2-
Under 1 year I 1 j 1, 2|.... I 4
Between 2 and 5 years | 1 1
Betwf*en 5 and 10 years . j 2 2
Bi t ween 10 and 20 years .. Ii 1 1;.... I 2
Be r ween 20 and 30 years .. |.... 1 ; 1, . .j 2
Between 80 and 40 years. j 1 : 1
Bet a aen 40 ami 50 years... 1 .... 2j 2' 5
Between 00 and 70 year 5......... i 1 1
B-t ween 70 an and 30. j | 1 J j 1
Between 80 ami 00 years... 1 ’1
Total I 3 it () 520
Population—Whites. 26,575; blacks and col
ored, 19,111; fcof il. 45,i i.
Anuuai ratio and t l.0)J population for week-
Whites, 16.5; blacks and colored. 30.0.
j. t. McFarland, m. n..
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fjorn Chicago and New York.
KISSIMMEE CITY BANK,
Kissimmee City, Orange County, Fla.
CAPITAL - - - 800,000
rpRANSAOT a regular banking business. Give
I part icular attention to Florida collections.
Correspondence solicited. Issue Exchange on
New York. New Orleans, Savannah and Jack
sonville, Fla. Resident Agents for Coutts 4 Cos.
and Melville, Evans 4 Cos., of London, England.
New York correspondent: The Seaboard
SEALED BIDS FOR COUNTY BONDS.
Madison, Fla., October!, 1887.
O BALED BIDS will be received by tho Board
O of County Commissioners of Madison
county, at the Clerk’s office in Madison, until
the 1 sth DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1881', for the
purchase of all or any part of the issue of the
Coupon Bonds of Madison county, limited in
amount to seventy five thousand dollars, of the
denominations of five hundred and one hundred
dollars each (one hundred and liventy five of
each denomination) and bearing interest at the
rate of six J) per centum per annum. Princi
pal payable at the office of the County Treasury
in Madison, Florida, on the first day of June,
A. 1). 1912. Redeemable at the pleasure of the
Countv Commissioners at any time after the
first day ot ■' me. A. D. 1892. Coupons for in
terest pavunle at the County Treasury on the
first day of June in each and every year.
All bids for bonds shall specify amount of
bonds bill for. the time when the bidder will
comply with bis bid. and shall specify whether
bid is in current money or in past due indebted
ness of the county.
No bids entertained below par.
.The County Commissioners reserve the right
to reject any and all bids. Address
CHANDLER II SMITH,
Chairman Board County Commissioners Madi
son Count'". Fla.
THE LARGEST LITHOGRAPHIC ESTABLISHMENT IN THE SOUTH.
Morning News Steam Printing House
THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT HAS A
Lithographing and Engraving Department
which is complete within itself, and the largest concern of
the kind in the South. It is thoroughly equipped, having
five presses, and all the latest mechanical appliances in
the art, the best of artists and the most skillful lithog
raphers, all under the management of an experienced
It also has the advantage of being a part of a well
equipped printing and binding house, provided with every
thing necessary to handle orders promptly, carefully and
Corporations, manufacturers, banks and bankers, mer
chants and other business men who are about placing
orders, are solicited to give this house an opportunity to
figure on their work. When orders are of sufficient mag
nitude to warrant it, a special agent will be sent to make
J. H. ESTILL
WE ARI PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE
is now complete and we will be
pleased to show our friends and the
public the prevailing and correct
CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS & HATS
For the season, whether they call to
supply themselves or only to see
“what is to be worn.”
1 PALI A SiSS,
Men's, Boys’ and Children's Outfitters.
Our Fall and Winter Catalogue is
ready for distribution.
Richardson & rioynton Co.’s
SANITARY HEATING FURNACES
Contain the newest patterns, comprising latest
improvements possible to adopt in a Heating
Furnace where Power. Efficiency. Economy and
Durability is desired. Medical ami Scientific ex
perts pronounce these Furnaces superior in
every respect, to all others fur supplying pure
air. free from gas and dust.
Seud for circulars—Sold by all first-class deal
li-ichnrdfson. Sc Boynton Cos.,
M'f rs, cae and 234 Water Street, N. Y.
Sold by JOHN A. DOUGLASS & CO.,
Rust Proof Oals, Seed live,
' V '
And all kinds of VEGETABLES and FRUITS
By every steamer.
25 Cars Oats, 25 Cars Hay,
50 Cars Corn.
GRITS, MEAL, CORN EYE BEAN, PEAS,
, and feed of all kinds.
155 BAY STREET.
Warehouse in S., F. 4 W. R’y Yard.
T. P. BOND & CO.
GRAIN AND HAY.
RUST PROOF SEED OATS
A. CHOICE HOT.
HAY AND GRAIN.
FOR SALE BY
EDWARD LOVELL & SONS
HAVE MOVED BACK TO
155 BROUGHTON STREET.
~ FRESH BULBS!
Hyacinths, tulips, crocus, snow
DROPS and JONQUILS.
Also PANSY and VIOLET SEED.
STRONG’S DRUG STORE.
IiKT-T <J It EASE.
To Mill Men
Softens leather and Makes Rubber Belting
This Grease effectually prevents slipping, ren
ders the holts adhesive, havy and pliable and
w ill add one third to the power of the belt.
Its use enables the belt to be run loose and
ha \e same power.
—ron, BAI.E BY—
DALE, DIXON & CO.,
J. W. TYNAN
and many others,
STOVES AM) FURNACES.
A FINK CHANCE.
N’OW, right away, before we get it good and
cold, is the time to look after your Heating
Stove'. We are fully prepared with every im
aginable kind—Oil, Coal and Wood—and will
put things in order for you in a jiffy. Don't
wait, but see us at once.
LOVELL & LATTIMOBE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Hardware, Stoves & House Furnishing Goods,
CONGRESS ST., - SAVANNAH, QA.
are now in our new quarters on Brough
ton, near Barnard. Our quantity, quality and
variety of STOVES are unsurpassed by any
Firm in the city. If you want a good article at
a reasonable price call on
Cornwell & Chipman,
167 BROUGHTON STREET.
Itiioil k Ballrtyne,
Machinists, Boiler Makers and Blacksmiths,
STATIONARY and PORTABLE ENGINES.
VERTICAL find TOP-RUNNING CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MILLS and PANS.
AGENTS for A]<■■: and Union Injectors, the
simplest and t i, • effective on the market;
Gullett Light Draft Magnolia Cotton Gin, the
beat in the market.
Ail orders promptly attended to. Send for
GRAIN aNI) PROVISIONS.
JL. 33. HTXIiL,
Flour, Hay, Grain and Provision Dealer.
FrREBH MEAL and GRITS In white sacks.
Mill stuffti of oil kind*.
Georgia raised SPANISH PEANUTS, also
COW PEAS every variety.
Choice lex,mm 1 and loiMt 'roof Oa'M.
Special price--, car load lots HAY and GRAIN.
Prompt at ten . ion given all orders and satis
OFFICE, ft ABEROORN STREET.
WAREHOUSE, No. 4 WADLEY STREET, on
line Central Railroad.
Dl > EB#
KggIftTYLER DESK CG
ST. LOUIS, MO.
1v M.wn.ACTuniaa or FINK
DESKS, BANE COUNTERS
BANK. COURT HOUSE,
GOVERiVmF.NT WORK sod
PINE OFFICE FITTfNOS
■if *■' BeetWorkandl.owoit Price.
Guaranteed. ICO page Illuqt’t
Li Mll ED PARTNERSHIP.
Notice of Limited Partnership.
r pHK undersigned have formed a Limited
1 Purln rship for two years Irom SKITi .M
HER 1, 18N7, for the purjK.se of carrying' on in
the City of Savannan, u merchandise hnsinefo,
in Fancy < foods, Trimmings, Notions and Ladies
and Men's Furnishings.
11. A. DUMAS is t.ie (general partner, and has
contributed $1,600 to the common stock. JOHN
F. LaFAK is a special partner only, aim lias
contribmed sl,a.V) to tlie common stock. The
iron ss will be conducted in the name of H. A.
DUMAS H. A. DUMAS,
JNO. F. La FAR.
LEG A L NOTICES.
IS hereby given that application will be made
to City Council by tue Savannah Street and
Rural Resort Railroad Company for the right to
build its road on the following named streets:
East Br* a l from Buy to President, through
President to Randolph, through Randolph to
Liberty, through Liberty to Fast Broad, through
East Broad to Bolton, there to connect wit 1
route heretofore ues.-n oe i- u c : tv Council.
H. P. SM * !*. President.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
A TOUCHING STORY!
This is the wny our competitors feel like treating themselves, or have someone w
do it for them, when they find out that we have taken another of their customers away
from them. THE CUSTOMER feels like they ought to be treated in the same manner
for not coming to us sooner, but console themselves with the fact that it is better late than
never. Wedo not think that it is our winning ways altogether thnt does the drawing,
but the BEAUTIFUL SELECTION OF GOODS that wo are offering, and at such prices
that enable people to buy them. We want you to call and see the elegant line of BABY
CARRIAGES that we have just received, and inspect all the other BEAUTIFUL
GOODS at same time.
LINDSAY & MORGAN.
t LA >TIIINO
158 BROUGHTON STREET, •
CLOTHING HOUSE !
CLOTHING FOR MEN.
CLOTHING FOR YOUTHS.
CLOTHING FOR BOYS.
CLOTHING FOR CHILDREN
LATEST STYLES ANIJ BEST QUALITY
Hats and Men’s Furnishing Goods.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
menkenTabr a hams,
New York Of lice, 650 Broadway.
- —— 1,1 ■■■"—' ."a
KEHOE’S IRON WORKS
Broughton Street, from Reynolds to Randolph Streets,
- - Georgia.
CASTING OF ALL KINDS AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
THE RAPIDLY INCREASING DEMAND FOR OUR
SUGAR MILLS AND PANS
1 TT AS induced u to manufacture them on a more extensive scale than
■ * ever. To that end no pain or expense Ins been spared to maintain
M their HltilT STAN AM) OF KXCKLLKNCTI
Them* Mills are of the BEST MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP, with
heavy WROUGHT IRON SHAFTS (made lonj? to prevent datitror to the
MB H operator), and rollers of the best charcoal pi# iron, all turned up true.
•. Tnev are heavy, strong and durahle, run and even, and are
teen cai>able of grinding the heaviest fully matured
All our Mills are fully warranted for one year.
being cast down.
possess smooth new*. durability and uniformity of
xh^usuVlwTy^ 41011 TO THO * iL MADE IN ffy
WE GUARANTEE OUR PRICES TO BE AS LOW AS ANY OFFERED.
A Large Stock Always on Hand for Prompt Delivery.
AY tty. lvehoe <Sr Cos.
N. B.—The name “ KEHOE’S IKON WORKS/ is cast on All otir Mills and t*aim.
SASH, DOOIIS, BLINDS, ETC.
' B - *■' SAVANNAH, GA. T '
CYPRESS, OAK, POPLAR. YELLOW PINE. ASH, WALNUT.
Manufacturers of sash, doors, blinds, mouldings of an kind, and descriptions
CASINGS an.l TRIMMINGS for all .‘law* of dwelling-., PEWS und P.,W ENDS of our own
deeign and manufacture, T RNED an l SCROLL BALUSTERS, ASH HANDLES for Cotton
Hooks, CEILING, FLOORING, W VINSCOTTING, SHINGLES.
Warehouse and Up-Town Office: West Broad and Broughton Sts.
Factory and Mills’ Adjoining Ocean Steamship Co.’s Wharves.
1 W 1 ELASTIC SUSPENDS) WITHOUT RUBBER.
R fei Combining Comferf and Durability.
fflifL RUBBER USED IN THhSE COODS. NICKEL PLATED
BHgJ BRASS SPRINCS FtmHl’H THE ELASTICITY.
BfAsk Your Dealer lor Them!!
Mj\ yS*' l ' Sant by Mail, Post Pa,a. on . eeeipt of price, at the following List
T<2> A Quality, plain orfy. web, 00 o Quality, pPnoi fancy web *l_s
MA / 7\f, \ /M 1 ®), B " " 75 E •’ Main ellk web 1.50
£?/ VV’O&W Y\C “ lOOF - ancy " 2. O
r WVr H’F'C COJ ill OtSz t&S*
Chambers’ Cut & Sugared
EQUAL TO THE FRESH.
E gg and Gage Plums.
A. M. & C. W. WEST’S.
Wm. P. Bailey & Cos.,
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND, In large
quantities, at their yard on the SPRING
FIELD PLANTATION, and will deliver the same
in any part of the city upon the shortest notice.
Well Brick, Pressed Brick, Hard Brown Brick,
Gray Brick. Soft Brown Brick.
Omcs—Comer Bull and Broughton, at ST
MON OVZAN'S C.'OAR STORE, where aU or
ders w ill receive prompt attention.