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SATURDAY, NOYEMBEF-' o. ISBI. - Tlar a* Clodei **mll. Northern m*i!* # *• Ckarteetoo, 3** aon* r m. Po t Royal itaJ!TOO,SP.It For all points iu Fit rida, 'lilt Jackyonvlh St. John’s Sivrr acd Fernac 4in&, 9f. t , Macon ant* Brunswick BaHroad, 1! a a. ana * Brunswick ani Albany Railroad, 11 a. M. and 8 r. u tC, r. A w. B. R, 11 a. *. Brunswick, Darien anti loboy, 11 A. and 8 r. a. _ . Ail prints west of Dupont, oa Savannah, Florida and Western Raßread, S a*. tVestsm mail, via Central Railroad, 8 A k. aacl *:3B P. M. „ MiUedgeville and Eatonton. 6:30 P. X. Savannah RJver. Tuesday, 5 r. M. Of Bnwinr *•' • *ll er.Srl.. 11 A M. Office open for delivery of m ils from • to IP a. m. on Sunday. WKEKLV LETTER SHEET PRI CES CIBKKRT. Our Weekly Prices Current, published this morning, will be Issued In letter sheet form at 10 o’clock. Business cards of merchant* will be Inserted In all orders for twenty-five copies, or more, without extra charge. 25 copies fl 00 50 copies 1 75 100 copies 8 00 J. H. Estill, 3 Whitaker street. Index to New Advertisement*. Nolle* —B’reet Brother*. First Presbyterian Church. Winter shoes —R 8. Jones. Harvey B -nefit—Ford Dramatic Association. Savannah Theatre—Hearts of Oak. Front room for rent. Chambermaid wanted. Two 11 ors for rent. R toms to rent. An active lad wanted. Strayed or stolen. D v goods salesmen wanted. Butler and chambermaid wanted. House wanted. Clam chowder to-night. To the public—C I> Butler. Change of railroad schedules. Reilher Report. Indications for the South Atlantic States to-day: Slightly warmer, fair weather, winds mostly frem west to south, a slight rise followed by falling barometer. River Report, The hsicht of the rive.* at Ausmsta at 1:41 o'clock p. ta. yesterday vs* six feet one Inch, a fall of one foot six inches during the preceding twenty four hour a Signil ObMrvaiion*. Comparative sta-emen: of tetapera’ure at Savannah, taken from the Signal Service records: 18*0 I 1881. 6:44 a X *8 S:4l a. 45 8:44 p. M 78 3:44 p x 60 10:44 p. x 86j 14:44 v. x hi Maximum 73} Haximum.• ••. ,*.# Minimum bl ‘ Minimum.... ...... 4i Mean temperatur 1 -lean urmi-erature of day 64. 5' of day 63. Rainfall 0 15!HaicfaU O.lX) SIGNAL BSKVICK oa3SRVATION AT 10:41 f X. (aAVANNA!' MIAN TikKS, NOV EX BAR 4. iSfcl. The following olwrvations are taken at the same moment of time at ail the stations named: AH V tito ~ |?j • S\ ! Station? f| ; 2 £ - Wxatxx:: % % £ 1 I§£ ' £ = > j Iri.nr7 50.15 51 8W! 101.... j Clear. Augusta. -.. 30.17 48 '..| Clear. Charleston. 30 14 54 NW Uear. Charlotte.... 30.13 45 SW .. ....j Clear. Corsicana... . • • • • ••• Galveston.. -’9.W •> S 1181 . . Clear Indianola 25.9- n2 S 8 ... ! Light rain Jacksonville [30.18 49 Ni 1 Clear. Kev West... -30.06' 72] Ni 16 .... [Cloudy. Mobile ! •• I! Montgomery.[3o 13 5:j... j ...j-Clou y. Punta Rassa. [ >50.07 8" N 13| Clear. Bavannaf ... 30 14 155 W ' 61.... ,Clsir. Port Eads... 30.10 63 S Fi si Fair. Pensacola....[3o.lß 45|8W ..i iCLar. SI N DAP. Services at the Various Cburt-Uea. Christ Church, Johnson square, Rev. Thomas Boone rector.—The twenty first Sunday after Trinity. Morning service, sermon and Holy Cummumon at 11 o’clock. Sunday school 4 p. m. Evening service at 5 o’clock. On Wednesday, evening service at 4:30 o’clock. Evangelical Lutheran Church of the As cension, Bull street, Wright square, Rev. Dr. Bowman pastor —Festival of the reformation. Singing by the choir acd Sabbath school at 11 a. m Service at 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school at 4p. m. A cordial invitation to all. independent Presbyterian Church, corner South Broad and Bull streets. Rev. L S. K. Ax son, D.D., and Rev. Robert P. Kerr pas tors. —Sunday morning service at 11 o’clock, conducted by Mr. Kerr. No even ing service. Sunday school 4 o’clock. Prayer meeting at 4:33 p. m. Thursday. You are cordially invited. Anderson Street Presbyterian Church, eorner of Anderson and Barnard streets. Rev. L 8. K. Axson, D. D., and Rev. Robert P. Kerr pastors.—Sunday service 11 a m. and 7:30 p. m. Mr. Kerr wii; preach in the evening. Sunday 6chco! 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting at 7:30 o’clock Wednesday wight. All are welcome. First Presbyterian Church, Monterey square.—A meeting of the congregation will be held at 3:30 p. in. Sabbath echoed at 4 p.m. Trinity Methodist Church, St. James square. Rev. J. O.’Bracch pa=tor. —Preach- ing at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor. Sunday school at 4 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday night at 7:30 o’clock. Wesley Monumental Methodist Church, corner Gordon and Abercorn streets, Kev. G. G. N. Mac Don ell pastor.—Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pa-tor. Sunday school at 4p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 o’cl ck. New Houston Street Methodist Church, corner New Houston and Jefferson stree'e, Rev. Geo. C. Thompson pastor.—Preach ing at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. at. by tf e pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting Tuesday night a’ 7:30 o’clock. Christian Church. Rev. J. 8. Lamar pas tor.—Services at Armory Hall. Sermon at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Subject for the forenoon, “How to Become a Christian.” Evening subject: “Tne Day of Pentecost.” You are cordially lnvttea to attend. Penfield Mariner’s Bethel, Richard Webb chaplain.— Preaching in the morning at 11 o’clock and at night at 7:30 Sabbath school at 4p. m Prayer meeting ou Tues day night at 7:30 o’clock. Sea's are all free. Superior Court—ln tiiamberi. In accordance with assignment, the case of John Williamson et. al., vs. the Mayor and Aldermen of the city of Savannah, in the matter of the old Brick Cemetery, came up yesterday for a herring before Judge Tompkins, sitting s Chancellor. The trustees of Christ - Church, representing the parish, were added to the complain ants, and the hearing was postponed until Thursday next, when it will De positively heard. Tbe Liberty Mrcet Railroad. Owing to a delay in getting a part of the material necessary for its construction, and the subsequent decision of the c inpai y to plank tbe road, the Liberty Street Railroad Is not yet open for travel. The work has been completed as far as East Broad street, and the curve to connect with the Barnaid Street Railroad will be put iu Monday, it <e expected that the cars will be running to day week. Colon Sunday School Convention The Connty Colon Sunday School Con vention will meet on Monday night, Novem ber 7, at 7:30 o’clock, at St. Phillip’s A. M. K. Church, on New street. ,The exercises will be led by the B.ble class of the First Bryan Baptist school. Subject: “Feast Tabernacles.” A full attendance of Sunday School workers is requested, and the public are cordially Invited to b present. Taking a Free Ride. Yesterday morning about half-pa6t twelve o’clock an individual giving his name as John Ratxar,seeing a hack without a driver, jumped on the seat and drove cff. The driver who had stepped aside for only a short time returned very indignant to find his team gone. Policeman Nungszer took the fresh Individual In charge and carried him to the barracks. “There’s no mistake that It is a grand remedy for rheumatism,” said Mr. Macken zie Davis, of 19(3 Brandywine street, Phila delphia, Pa. *'l suffered terribly for three years with inflammatory rheumatism, and St. Jacob* OU alone cured me, after every thing else had utterly failed." It’s the way of the OIL K. Heidi’* Assortment of Kilts and two and three pieced Suits for Boys are beautiful and cheap.—Ada. iMutter* a iid Things Laconically Noted. Co-ton future* declined five points yestar day. This Is a good time to plant holiday adver tisements. The sales of rice yesterday amounted to 444 barrels. Tbe pilot boat John R. Wilder Is having her bottom cleaned. Spirits turpentine declined one cent per gallon here yesterday. Remember the “Widow Bedott” will have a matinee this afternoon. A local cold weather prophet predict* * heavy frost tbla morning. Tbe steamer Florida will leave for Florida this afternoon at two o’clock. Th-re were only two cases recorded at tbe police barracks last nigh’. H >w would a society for the enforcement of tbe laws against crime do* The thermometer a* 6:30 o’clock yesterdav morning registered 52 degrees. The assessment at the Police Court yes terday amounted to eleven dollars. There was a very good frost yesterday in the c uu'.ty, and within two mile* of the city. The new retort house being built by tbe Savannah Gas Company Is nearly com pleted. Tbe United States Circuit and District C 'or's wll! be convehed on Tuesday, the Bth tost. A letter addre-sed Rsmo Salas, Savannah, G., is held for postage In the Charleston post office. The schooner George Moulton, Captain Lacca'ter, sailed from Baltimore on the 31 for Savannah. The cool snap .yesterday was very wel come. Nothing like bracing weather for stirring up things The mirkct le well supplied with turkles and ducks. Tbe eigns ot Christmas arc beginning to appear. The tug Ajx has arrived here from Buf ffalo, N Y , and will be employed In the government service. Tbe sales of naval stores yesterday amounted to 1,531 barrels of rosin and 248 casks spirits of turpentine. Hon. Jams- H. Bl unt, of Macon, and Hon. George R Biark, of Scrlven, are regis tered at tbe Pulaski House. The sale of reserved seats for “The Hearts of Oik” will commence at Bren’s ticket office tbi- morning at 10 o’clock. The entertainment by the Ford Amateurs for the benefi of the Harvey family will take place on Friday evening next, 11th Inst. ‘ Widow Bedott” Is not alone In her be lief—“election for herself and damnation for ev* rybody else.” There are several here apparently on tbe sme line. A meeting of the members of tbe First Pre byterisn Church will be held on Sunday afternoon at half-past three o’clock to con sider the matter of procuring a pastor. The schooner Vineyard, which struck a snag In Back river scene time since aod sunk with a cargo of rice, has been raised, and will go upon Jones’ ways to day for repairs. Fred Paulding’s company, which was billed for Savannah, has disbanded and re turned North The young star, whose Ill ness has been noted, eMU lies at the Brown House, In Macon, suffering from blllout fever and neuralgia of the spine. The British steamship Colombo which was recently cUa’td by Messrs. Jas. B West & Cos. for R-val, will sail for her destination to-day. She curies this trip 5,350 bales of up’at and cotton, all of which Is under deck. List sea-on she only carried 4,516 bales, of w hicb *227 bales were on deck. Meesrs. Dixon & Brown were the stevedores. Tte Mobile li)ister, noticing the appoint ment of Judge Tompkins to the bench of the E-istern Circuit, sa>s: “Judge Tomp kins is an Aiabomlac, born and raised iu this State, where be has many friends who will rejoice at his eecond promotion to the bench while ye’ on the sunny side of thirty five During the war Le was an Adjatant of Colonel Harry Touimtn’s regiment." The Theatrel be Widow” Has a Grand Reception. As was anticipated, the Theatre wa* ia3t evening filled with the largest fashion able audience of the season, to greet C. B B sbop and hts fioe company in Nasby’s comedy “Tne Widow B- dott.” Whatever the expectations of the public maybave been, the eff.-ct of Bishop’s impersonation of the famous “Widow” was a surprise to all- It required no forced attempt to raise a smile, but the house came down solid every time tba’ wonderful face was turned in a it* dbectlon or changed its expression. Bishop perfectly fills the role he now con vul-es his audiences in, and i6 a team all by himself, wl'hi-ut assistance. There Is more expression In one of hi* grimaces and In tbe roll of hts eyes than could be described in a column p*C“. E'dtr B'i’ffl was an excellent support, aid his feigned horror at the widow’s pe culi iritfes first and la*t was Immense The m ionligi.t ic te aLd the tragedy (?), In which the widow faints, capped the climax, and the curtain went down amid a storm of applause that did not die away for 6ame minutes. “Pettlnglll’s boy” was capitally presented by Master Charles Renner, a clever, bright youth, whose only fault wa* a slightly indis tinct enuncta’lou. The “Dolly Sn fflis’’of Miss Clare Elllston, and “Melissa Bedott” of Miss Victory Creese were exceedingly pleasing portrai’ures. They were easy, natural and graceful, and their slnglDg was enthusiastically applauded. “Fred Uarriman” and “Tom Follot,” the youEg lov-rs of “Dolly” and “Mtll6*a,” were ef fectively personated by Charles Barton and C. J. Bishop. The remainder of the support was away above average, and the “country dance” cooc’udcd an evening of such ridiculous atd irresktlble fun that people went home only to talk about it and prepare the wsy for a pseked and jammed house for to night, and an tqually large one at the mati nee this aitemoon, which will commence at two o’clock. Chasne of Schedule— Fast Hall. On and after Sunday, the 6th, there will be a change In the schedule of tbe Charles ton aud Savannah Railway. The train will leave Bwannah at 3:85 a. m and 4:15 p. m . arriving In Charleston at 9:05 a in. and 9:10 p. tn. Leave Charleston a 6.40 a. in rescuing Savannah at 11:35 a m. ln- ead of 12:10 p. m , as he etofore, and at 4:40 p m , arriving here at 10:20 p. m. there are also changes announced in the echedule of the Bav&nnah, Florlia and Western Railway, which will go Into tffect on Sunday. Tbe fast mall train stops at only a few points, and way psst-erg. rs should be careful not to make a mistake, as tbe train will stop only at the points designated. This train wii) leave Savannah ar 12 m , reaching Jacksonville at 7 o’clock In tbe evenlog, thus reducing the time between Charleston and Jacksonville to thirteen hours. A Painful Accident. Charles Wail, an employe at tbe Ark wright Cotton Factory, had a very painful accident to befall him yesterday. While engaged working one of the cards his hand In some manner was caught in the ma chinery. and bis right index finger severelt cut. Dr. Chisholm dressed the lrjured member, and Mr. Wall may be enabled to resume work In a few days. Tlie Hatlnee. The “Widow Bedott” will have a mati nee at the Theatre this afternoon, and ladles and children who wish to en)oy a hearty laugh over the eccentricities of the widow should not fall to be present. Seats may be reserved at Bren’s ticket office during the morning Shooting a Pt-101, Ned Brown, a colored trooper, under the influence -*f I'quor, created some excitement bi firing a salute from his little pistol In a barroom, and w*s nabbed by Policeman Allen and wal *-d to the barracks. Wall for-Forepaugb-lt Will Pay! Wait for the Great Forepaugh Show. You will tee all there Is of Circus, Menagerie, Museum, Trained Animals, Pageants, etc., In his great show —aDd you can rely on not being l umhuggi and. This great show has a record for hone'ty and enterprise which the public know full well. I r has been almost twenty years in achieving Its good name. At EatUPs To-Day, 47 Bull Nlreet. Safannah Morning News, Savannah Weekly News, Philadelphia Weekly Times, Puck, Le-lle’s Illustrated, Harper’s Weekly, De roll Free Press, Forest and Stream, New Yoik Clipper, American Machinist, Bos ton Herald, Boston Advertiser, Chicago Tribune, Cincinnati Enquirer, New York Herald, World, Times.Trlhune, Sun, Graphic, Philadelphia Times, Baltimore Sun. Tbe raffle for the Jordan watch will take place at tbe Library room of Odd Fellows’ Hall to-ulght at 8 o’cleck. E. Heidi’* King of Shirts are the best aad cheapest in tbe world. His stock of Gents’ Scarfs, Tie?, Underwear and Jewelry la elegant.— Ad*. , For fine red and white flannel underwear, neckwear and silk handkerchiefs, go to Levy’s, corner Congress and Jefferson treeta —Ad". Scarf Plus, Sleeve Buttons, In endless variety of new patterns, at La- Far’*.—Ad. InapaoUng the Blvar Channel. Cong rasa men James H. Blount and Georg* B. Black, whoa* coming to the olty for the purpose of making a trip down the river to obtain information In regard to the channel and the Improvement# needed, has already been noticed, arrived here yesterday morning. The party left on the revenue cutter Bootwell about twelve o’clock. Captain Greene, the government officer In charge of the works, was among the party, and had a splendid chart of the river, on which the shoals were clearly delineated. The chart was exam ined with much interest by the distinguished gentlemen, and the various points requir ing improvement were pointed out and the plans explained to them. They are now In possession of information which they could scarcely have otherwise obtained, derived from explanations and personal observa tion. They went out over the bar a short distance, and on returning to the city proceeded up to the Central Railroad wharves, where the Im provements that have been recently made and are in progress were Inspected with much interest. Last evening Colonel Black received a telegram from Mayor Nelson, of Brunswick, inviting him and Colonel Blount to extend their visit to that city and make a tour of thalr harbor. Clir Court. Judge Wm. D. Habdbn, presiding. Court convened yesterday at 10 a. m., when the following cases were disposed of: State vs. Henry Law. Simple larcany. Guilty. Sentenced to four months on chain gaog. State vs. Willis Massey. Misdemeanor. Guilty. Sentenced to thirty days on chain £* D K- State vs. John Graham. Simple larceny. Not guilty. State vs. Francis McDowell. Larceny. Not guilty. State vs. Irene Mongtn. Barratry. Not guilty. State vs same. Assault and battery. Not guilty. Bate vs. Warren Washington. Bimple larceny. Guily. Six months on the chain gang. Five cases were continued until 4 o’clock on Monday afternoon next. Court adjourned for the term. Death or au Aged Ldy. We regret to hear that Mrs. Dorcas San ehez, an aged lady, for many years an in mate of the Abrams’ Home, died there yes erday in her eighty-fourth year. She was the mother of Msjorß. 8. Sanchez, well known in Savannah, who was killed by a railroad accident near Griffin in 1864 Her many friends valued Der for her intelli gence, refinement and lovely character. After years of feeble health, and, of late, weeks of painful suffering, she has gone to the rest that remalneth for the people of God. Her funeral services will take place this morning at 11 o’clock, from the First Presbyterian Church. Accidentally Shot— Fooling With a Pistol. About twelve o’clock yesterday rooming a colored man named Charles Berrien, living on William street, near West Broad, was accidentally shot in the shoulder. He was In the yard at the rear of his house in company with a colored man, Clifford Gordon, who was examining a pi-tol. In foollDg with the weapon, Gordon scri dentally polled the trigger and discharged it. The bll struck Berrien In the left shoulder, Infl’ct.ing a painful wound. Dr. T. B. Chlaholm was summoned and rendered the necessary attention. The wound is not considered dangerous. Accident to the Steamship Sclo. A dispatch from Lcndon, which will be found in the proper column, states that the steamship Sclo, from Savannah for Reval, had put into Plymouth, and reported hav ing experienced heavy weather. Her chart house was washed away, the bridge dam aged, her boats stove and her stanchions s'arted. The Bclo was cleared for Reval, Rns-da, hv Messrs. A. Minis & Sons on the 7 h of October with a cargo of 4 450 bales of up land cotton, weighing 2,103 804 pounds, and valued at |235,628 71. She sal;- 1 on the 9th. • lfle**r*. Wvlly Bros. The card of Messrs. Wylly Bros., stock, bond and cotton brokers, appears in another column. They are well and favi rab'y known, and have considerable experience In the business in wblci they are now en gaged. The senior, Mr Fred C. Wylly, is n member of the New York Cotton Exchange, and having such facilities the firm are enabled to promise prompt execu'lon of all orders for cotton futures Their N-w York correspondents are Messrs. Walter & Krohn. We commend the firm to those who have any business in their line. Premature Loan of tbe Hair May be entirely prevented by the use of Burnett’s Cocoaine. The superiority of Burneit’s Flavoring Extracts consists in their perfect purity and strength.— Adv. E. Heldt’s Walking and Sack Buits, for dress and business, are tbe nobbiest out this season, and at popular prices.— Adv. HARSH ALL HOUSE. It I* unneemsry |to Indulge Iu word* of commendation Iu reference to tbe managrinentof tbla bouae, for tbouaanda ta bo bave been entertain ed are living wlineaaea ibat no one ever leave* dlaaatufled. E Ha Idt Has the latest styles and best stock of Hate at reasonable prices.— Adv. Waiting. Their is a nice little salt waiting for one and every little boy in this city, and all they have to do Is to send their mothers around to Levy’s, 191 and 193 Congress street, cor ner of Jefferson.— Adv. New Fall Styles In Silk Hats Now open at L&Far’s.— Adv. Hard to Beat. Our stock of men’s, youths’, boys’ and children’s clothing, hats and gents’ furnish ing goods, and our extreme low prices for the same are hard to beat. We have taken more pains than ever to select the best and most durable goods, and to bave them made up In the most stylish and substantial manner; and, as the season Is rather late 8< tting in. we have determined to sell our goods no matter how small the profits may be. If yon want bargains, great bargains, in tbe very best ready made clothing, the most stylish hats, and tbe largest variety of shirts, underwear, neckwear, etc , call on Simon Mitchell, 24 Whitaker 6treet (Lyons’ Block) —Adv. Gent*’ Underwear. White Cotton, Metino, Lamb’s Wool and Red Medicated Underwear of all kinds, at Famous New York Clothing House, 140 Congress street.— Adv. SpriDg-bottom pants, a nice selection, at Mitchell’s.— Adv. Extra, Extra, Extra Sizes of clothing tor the largest men can be found at Levy’s, corner Congress and Jef ferson streets — Adv. Sbtrt* Nide to Order. A fit guaranteed, by LaFar.— Adv. Removal. Mr. H. C. Houston, the well-known mil liner, has temporarily removed opposite his old quarters on Congress street, whilst Im provements are In progress at his new estab lishment on Broughton street. Preparatory to the change to Broughton street, his entire stock will be offered at. and below New York cost. The stock embraces the handsomest goods 1n the city In his l<ne. Special attention is directed to the assort ment of Black Goods. Silks, plain and bro caded, at special bargain, Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets, Ladles’ and Gents’ Neck Wear. This is the last week for my Kid Gloves. Ladies, call and get a supply.—Adv. Cblldrru’* Fancy Cap*. A full line of Samples at LaFar's.— Adv. Bargain*. A Casslmere Suit for $lO that cannot be bought elsewhere for less that sl2; sll Suit worth $jL5; fine Casslmere Suit worth fully $lB, for sls; the finest of Casslmere Salts that the regular retail price Is $22, for $lB, and the finest S3O diagonal Dress Suit for $22 These are standard prices of the Famous New York Clothing House. Old customers know that ” word Is as good as any bond. Doubting ones we can soon satisfy by looking at our goods. Go to tbe Famous New York Clothing House, 140 Congress street, Savannah, if you warn to save money and be honestly served.— Adv. Spring bottom pants In large variety at Levy’s, 191 and 196 Congress street.— Adv. NSW ENGLAND SETTLERS IN THE SOUTH. A Pfoyel Way of Securing Colonlatc— A Practical and Feasible Scheme. Those who passed on the north side of By street yesterdav, In the neighborhood of the Exchange, could not have failed to have had their attention attracted by a num ber of maps, ancient and modern, which were displayed from the horse rack or hitch ing posts. The Superintendent of this exhibit of the minature divisions of the earth’s surface 1 a dignified gentleman, a few years past middle life, who walked quietly up and down listening to the re marks of the few curious people who stopped a minute to see the show, and to whom he preferred a carJ, which, by the way, did not ca6t any light upon the sub- J cts on exhibition. The maps con sisted of a large one of Beau'oit cunty, 8. C., and several smaller ones of the eastern and western hemispheres, and another representing tbe coast of Guinea These maps were ornamented by pictures cut from books or newspapers, mostly of a marine character. One of these illustra tions represented a rakish looking brig (a slaver) s anding In near shore, and a cap sized boat In tbe surf, In which a lot of woolly heads are to be seen struggling for dear life. This picture is supposed to repre sent the way in which emigrants were for merly brought 'o our shores, and tbe cos'ly manner (which is now admitted, we be lieve, on all sides) of such methods of in creasing the productive population. An other picture represents a fine ocean steamship leaving harbor; this is to illus trate the present me’bod of encouraging immigration. All of this is for the purpose of advertising a plan to Induce settlers from New England to c< me to the South Atlantic Btates, and especially to Beaufort county, or to this vicinity. The legend attached to these pictures did not throw much light upon the subject, but was as Inexplicable as the priming on the card, which was an old admission card to a meeting in Boston, Dart of the lßscrlption on which (the an nouncement being marked out) was as fol lows: “CONTINEWTAL JUBILEE ASSOCIATION * “Subject: An Epicycle of American Civ ilization. ‘ *N B. The Object of this Association is to provide Homes eads in suitable locations at the South for such industrious poor families of New England as may desire to settle there.” A representative of the Morning News who was passing by stopped to l“ok at the map? and a e certained that the old gentle rnau’a name was W. H. Gannon, and that he was from Boston. He said that bis object was to encourage Immigration from the New England States to the Bouth, and he desired to interest the owners of land in his scheme. The entire arrangement of Mr. Ganron’s exhibition is unique and well worthy of the examination of the lovers of the cuiious, but without an explanation the whole thing is as much a mystery as the hieroglyphics ou tbe obelisk. Mr. Gannon says, however, that he has adopted this means of bringing the matter to the atten tion of our citizens, and he does not like to Intrude upon our business people, aDd would be pleaded to have parties who have land to dispose of to call on him. He ean he found at the plac* designated, namely, Bay street, ner tbe Exchange. We obtained from Mr.Ganuon a printed slip setting forth tne details of the work pro posed by the society which he represents, and art: sa'h-fied from the peiusal that the plan is feasible and practical, and that, by proper exertion, a good element of the hardy, Industrious population of New Eng land can be Induced to cast their future in tbit most favored section, where, with the same energy and iuduriry, the soil would yield a more abundant reward than they se cure at home. The circular treat* particu larly of Beaufort county,but the statements of the condition of affairs are tqually appli cable to Cha’ham county. “The work proposed'ls to settle a num ber of the unemployed wot king people of New England lu groups of about fifty families each upon contiguous lots of five acres, with a neat, comfortable and well built house of at least four good siZtd rooms to each family la the district selected, where land is cheap and advant'-.geoue. The cost of a house such as above described, and five acre lo’, with transportation for a family of five person* from Boston to tbe point dee'gnatpd, it t* stated would be about • : x hundred dollars." The originators of the enterprise state fur ther, that to desirable persons having S3OO in money, and wishing to join this colony, the additional sum required to complete the nece-sary improvement* upm the lot will be advanced on security of the place for the term of three years. “Now, can any sane person, knowing the present condl ion and ebane-s of the mass of working people in New England, doubt whether our colonists would better them Selves by the change from their old homes? Surely not. It must be evident to ev* ry one of the least experience in such matters, that nowhere can the average New Eng land working man hope to find a readier and more profitable market for his intelli gence, skill, energy and enterprise than in tbe district in question. AH that is needed there is organizing capacity and me chanical skill to make it one of the most important emporiums in tbe whole country The rough material and tbe refinement and culture of a prosperous community are there in abundance. But the organizing capacity and tbp practical skill to deal with tbe every day affairs of great and complex Industries are lacking. Wtioever supplies these can make their own terms for them. Hence the opportunity there for the Indus trious and iutelilgent mechanics of New England at the present moment.” W’bat Is above stated is, as we have said of the Beaufort district, in a great measure applicable to our own immediate section and Chatham county, and It would be well if some effort were p*t forth to utilize the wild and waste land* In this vicinity. Those interested in such might find it of profit to interview Mr. Gannon on tho subject. HARNETT HOUSE. Tills Favorite Family Hotel, Under it* New dlauagement. Is Recom mended for tne Excellence of Its Calcine, Homelike Comfort*, Prompt Attention and itloderate Rate*. Harnett ft George, Pro prietors, ARRIVALS NOVEMBER 4. W M Way, A S Way, S B Trask, Mclntosh, Ga: P Herron, Georgia;F Newton, New York; W Thomas. Atlanta, Ga; O Pettileni, Cedar Key, Fla; J A Peacock. Wrightgviile. Ga; J Brown and wife, W Myers, Washington co., Ga: George H King, H W Tarver, Georgia; T I, Brown, South Carolina; W P Giascow, WayneviPe, Ga: I)r J W Farmer. Hinesville, Ga: 8 H Rodgers, Beaufort, 8 C; M A Herrick, Providence, K I; J W Neil, Vurnviile, 8 C; A H Norris, Morganville, N Y; J L Mattox, Reideville, Ga. Roy*’ *i>its. For school and dress, in great variety. A good, strong boy’s suit, from four to ten years old, for $3; single boy’s pants for $1 50, two pair for $2 75. At the Famous New York Clothing House, 140 Congress street.— Adv. New Stearin, New Tie*. For fall and winter, at LaFar’s.— Adv. Hat*! Hal*! Hat*! The latest s’yles in stiff and soft hats at reasonable prices at Levy’s, 191 amt 193 Con gress street, corner Jefferson.— Adv. Important to iflotliera. Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Byrup Is the only thing that mothers can rely upon for their children. It corrects acidity of the stomach, cures wind colic, regulates the bowels, and gives rest, health and comfort to mother and child. During the process of teething its value Is Incalculable. It soft ens the gums, reduces inflammation, and allays all pain, thereby giving rest to the child and comfort to the mother. Twenty five cents a bottle. Clove Pink 1* the Name Of the new perfume Invented by Atkin son, tbe London perfumer, and favored by Mrs. Langtry; hence many suppose It to possess beauty-giving power.— Adv. Oar Frencb Visitor* Ed Route to Ba> vanuati. Mods. Mike Flanigan, wife and cook, Mods. Tim O’Tool, daughter and laundress, and Ml e. Bridget O’Connor, with eight Russian body guards, left Yanktown yester day for our city. They will remain with us a few days then sail direct for France (their native home) with a cargo of Kicffer’s Peru vian Cure for the chills and fever sufferers of Europe. It Is a sure cure aDd can be had of any druggist or country dealer at 25 cents a bottle. — Adv New Hats, Fall Fashion*. In variety now ready at LaFar’s.— Adv. Boys’ suits and overcoats la large variety at Mitchell’s.— Adv. Devlin & Co’*. Clothing to Order. Fall samples ready at LaFar’s.— Adv. Collar* and Caff*, New, In all sizes, at LaFar’s. — Adv. Tbe Arcosy Roller Nnapender. Anew assort ment at LaFar’s.—Adv. A DVEItTISEb EN ’ b WRITTEN npo order, also Circulars and Composition* 1 generally by Aw Expert. Term* reasona ble. Refer to proprietor New* Address QUILL, P. O, Box 47, Savannah. jnnttnl Inrltatiottg, SANCHEZ.—The friends and of Mrs. Doboas Sancxu are invltad to attend her funeral, from the first Presbyterian Church, Monterey square, THIS MOR VINO at 11 o’clm k. 3Wfrttngs. First Presbyterian Church. . A meeting of the members of the First Pres byterian Church and Congregation will be held In the Church on BtXNDAY AFTERNOON, the 6th Inst, at 8:30 o'clock, to take action In the matter of procuring a pastor. Every member of the Cnurch U earnestly re quested to attend. By order of THE BESBION. special got cts. Notice. Neither the Cap’ain nor the Agents of the German b*rk "Aeolus,” Berding. Master, v ill be responsible for any debts con traced by the crew. STREET BROTHERS. Notice. Neither the Captains nor the Agents of the Norwegian bark “Agur," Olsen, Master, and Norwegian ship “Hoiden," Jorgensen, Master, will be responsible for any debts contracted by the crews of said vessels. A. FULLARTON & CO., Agents. Notice. Neither the Captain or Agents of the British steamship “Regina,” Cook, Master, will be re sponsible for any debts contracted by the crew. MUIR, DUCKWORTH A CO., Agents. Wanted. CONFEDERATE BONDS. Highest Price paid for them by WYLLY BROS., 120 Bryan street. Notice. Savannah November 3. A meeting of the Bavannah Rice Association Is hereby called to be held at the offle- of F BUCHANAN, Esq , Bay street, on TUESDAY next, the Bth inst., at 8 o’doek P. M. A full attendance is requested, as important business will be presented. By order of the President PAUL T. HASKELL, Acting Secretary. CONFEDERATE BONDS. Ws are still in the field. A. HAAS At BRO., 142 Bryan street. Savannah, Ga. Wanted Immediately, 250 Tons Sea Island Cotton Seed. H. F. GRAYBILL. Sanitary Notice. Or kick Board or Banitary Commissionkrs, I Savannah Ga , October ri>. 'BBI f At a meeting of thi* Hoard, held THIS DAY. the following resolution was adopted, to go into force from date ot publication: Res .lvrd. That under the r ower conferred by law upon this Board, the following additional ordinance for the security of life and health be, and the ssme is hereby adopted, to take effect from date of publication: "There shall not be a public or church funeral of any person who has died of 6mall-pox, diphtheria, scarlet fever, yellow fever, typhus fever, or Asiatic cholera, but the funeral of such persm shall be private; and it shall not be lawful to invite, or permit at the funeral of any person who has died of any of the above diseases, or of any ce> igious or pestilential disease, or at anyservi e? coi.oec ed therewith, any persons whose attendance is or to whom there is danger of contagion there by. Nor shall there be any immediate pub lic or private sale of effects from any house wherein any of the above diseases have oc curred ” By order ot the Board. J. T MCFARLAND. M D„ Pec’y B. 9 C. and Health Officer. tint _ TO THE PUBLIC. I DESIRE to inform my friends and the public that I lett my late place of my own ace rd and accepted a position with Messrs. BARBOUR BROS, because it was to my ad vantage to do so. O. D. BUTLER. Clothing. nrar ONE of the firm has just finished takiDg the orders of a Cavalry Company in one of our adjoining counties for uniforms This does not interfere with our Savannah business as can be seen by a glan eat our order book Call and leave your order before the cold weather begins. Davis Bros.&Co. BULL AND YORK STREETS, Agents for JACOB REED’S RONB, Merchant Tailors Philadelphia. afntrliigcurr REABICK & MAY General Intelligence, EMPLOYMENT, REAL ESTATE AND ADVERTISING AGENTS, CORNER BULL AND BRYAN STREETS. Prompt attention given to all business en trnsted to our care. REMOVAL. THE undersigned has removed his LAW OFFICE, for the present, to the corner of BAY and DRAYTON STREETS, over the 8a vannah Bank and Trust Company. A. R LAWTON. REMOVAL. THE undersigned has removed to the office on Bryan street, over Mr. Henry Blun’s, lately occupied by Jackson, Lawt n & Basin ger, where ne will be found hereafter WM S BASINGER, Attorney at Law. (topartumbi)) ilotiefjs. Notice of Copartnership. Savannah, Ga., November 1.1881. I HAVE this day admitted Mr. W. F M\Y to a partnership in my business, which will hereafter be conducted under the firm name Of KEADICK & MAY. FRANK M RE * DICK. *HisffUaurous. House For Kent, A COMFORTABLE RESIDENCE on Wald burg street. Nine Rooms, large Pantrv, China Closet, Bath Room, Water, Bed Room and Clothing Closets, Water and Gas. Address P. O. BOX 207. For Gentlemen's Use. I JUNE RAZORS, single or in sets, RAZO 1 t-TRAPs, lather brushes, shaving 80AP, SHAVING CREAM, TOILET POWDER, Puff and Boxes, at Osceola liutler’s liras: Emporium. TRY STRONG’B IMPROVED BAKING POWDER, pure and superior to other powders for making Light Biscuit, Rolls. Buckwheat, Flan nel. Cup and other Cakes. For sale in quanti ties to suit purchasers at 50c. per pound. Manufactured by L. C. STRONG, Druggist, Corner Rnll and Perry street Una. ‘•Creme” Oatmeal Soap, i A CENTS per box ot 3 cakes. F. MARIA IU Farina, MaUBERT, LUBIN and other imported fine TOILET SOAPS, at G. M. Heidi & Co.’s Drug Store COFF THYH 5o A A BAGS COFFEE per British bark ,OUU "Arabella,” ‘direct from Rio de Janeiro. Landing and for sale by WEED & CORNWELL. NTH UK r BHOI HEHN, SHIP BROKERS AND COTTON EXPORT ERS, 95 Bay street, Savannah, Ga.. 9 At lantic Wharf, Charleston, 8. O. Call on us before consigning your vessel. ghmurmritt*. SAVANNAH THEATRE. THE COMEDY VICTORY. British America to Florida! Maine to Mexico! Mr. J H. HAYERLY Proprietor. Mr. FRANK W. PAUL Manager. J. H. HAVERLY’S NEW WIDOW BEDOTT COMEDY COMPANY. The moat successful Farcical Oomedy ever produced, Introducing America’s Famous Comedian, CHARLES B BISHOP, AS THE CELEBRATED WIDOW. In Petroleum V Nasby's second edition of his renowned dramatization, supported oy MR HAVERLY’S STAR COMEDY COMPANY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, NOV. 4 AND 5. Everything Eutlrely New. Sparkling and En tertaining! Incidental to the Comedy will be Introduced Beantiful Music. Quartettes. Duetts, etc . ren d* red by Misses ELLISTON, CREESE, Master RENNER, and others of the company. SAVANNAH THEATRE. FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 11, 1881 BENEFIT OF THE HARVEY FAMILY, TENDERED BY THE .JOHN T. FORD DRAMATIC ASSOCIATION, Assisted by two talented young ladies of Sa vannah. who have kindly volunteered for this occasion only, UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE COM MITTEE OF CITIZENS. The performance will commence with the Three-Act Historical Drama, entitled ROBERT EMMET, and conclude with the laughable farce, SERVANTS BY LEG ACY Prices of Admission—Dress Circle and Par quette, 50 cents; Family Circle and Gallery, *s cents. Reserved Seats 25 cents extra. Can be se cured at WM. BREN’S Tick, t Office, Bull street. SAVA N NAH THEATRE. POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY. Tuesday, November Bth, Return of the Grand Sccess of last season. Production on a scale of Magnificent Gran deur. JAMES A. HERNE’S HEARTS OF OAK REAL! RAIN FALL, REAL! REAL! BABY. REAL I BEAL! GtlSc MILL REAL! REAL! WATER FALL. REAL! Embellished with entirely new scenery and wonderful mechanical t-ff-cfs. comprising: an entire car load, is PERFE TLY NEW. designed and painted expressly for Mr. HERNE bv Cin cinnati’s Greatest Artist, Prof. D. B HUGHES. Usual scale of prices. Reserved Seats on sale HATURDAY MORNING at BwEN’S Ticket Office. FIRST ANNUAL BALL —OF THE— SAVANNAH BRANCH NO. 1 Irish National Land League AT ST. ANDREW’S HILL, WEDNEDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 9, 1881. 'T'ICKETF (not including supper) sl, admitting 1 gentleman and ladies, tickets to be had of the following Committee: Thus D. Downing, Chairman; John Rourke, M. J Dovle. D E. O'Neill, T. H. O’Donovan. Frank E Grady, P. J. O’CoDnnr, Wm. Farrell. Jno D. Donelan. Bolomon's Orchestra will furnish the music. <*rocmrs and Yrocisionß. PEACHES. PUT UP IN 3 POUND CANS WITH RICH HEAVY SYRUP, NEARLY EQUAL TO PRESERVES. —AT— A. !W. & C. W. WEST’S. Always on Hand, A FULL BUPPLY OF Fine roasted coffee. FINE Raw COFFEE FINE GREEN and BLaCK TEAS. CANTON GINGER PRESERVES. CANNED GOODS. NEW RAISINS. NEW CITRON. NEW CURRANTS. NEW NUTa —AT— F. L. GEORGE & CO’S. JUST RECEIVED, A FRESH SUPPLY OF Table chocolate. SWEET CHOCOLATE. BREAKFAST BROMA. MAILLARD and TABLE BRCMA. HOMEOI ATHIC COCOA. BERMUDA ARROWROOT. DURKEE’S SALAD DREBSING. EDaM CHEESE APPLE BUTTER in 5 pound pails. PEARL SAMP. For sale by TILTON & STANTON, PRETZELS, PRETZELS. ZWIEBACK. BLOATERB, DUTCH HERRINGS. MALaGAsGRAPES. IMPORTED BAUBAGE. TRUFFLE LIVER SAUSAGE. MUNSTER, LIMBURGER, and EDAM CHEESE. All fresh and of the best quality, for sale AT— NICHOLAS LANO & BRO.’S, BEEF TONGUES. Choice Beef Tongues 50 CENTS EACH. For sale by JAS. McGRATH & CO. J. W. SCHLEY, WM SCHLEY, Savannah, Ga. New York. JAS. W. SCHLEY & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Hay, Grain and Provisions, 172 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH, GA. Tf] E call the attention of our country friends TV to our large and assorted stocks of CORN, HAY, OATS BRAN, BACON, FLOUR, FEEDS and HUS r PROOF OATS. AU orders will receive immediate atlention. Inquiries promptly answered. Avcttuits. DIAMOND SPECTACLES. THESE Spectacle* are manufactured from 1 "MINUTE CRYSTAL PEBBLES” melted together, and are called DIAMOND on aooouffi of their hardness and brilliancy. Having been tested with the polariscope, the diamond lenses have been found to admit flf teen per cent, less heated rays than any other pebble. They are ground with great scientiiV accuracy, are free from chromatic aberra tions, and produce a brightness and distinctness of vision not before attained in spectacles. Manufactured by the Spencer Optical Mann facturing Oompaxy, New York. For sale by responsible agents in every city in the Union. S. P. HAMILTON, Jeweler and Optician, is Sole Agent for Savannah, Ga., from whom they can only be obtained. No peddler* employed. Do not bay a pair unless you eee the trade mark -♦ CELLULOID EYE GLASSES a specialty. Boots anfl <ofo. Don’t Wait for Wet Weather BEFORE BUYING YOUR WINTER SHOES. INDICATIONS are that the long drought has broken up. Save doctors bills by being ready for the deluge when it comes. We have had com*-ta, cyclones, forest fires and drought, and to complete the list of calamities we only need a deluge, and it will come. BE WISE IN TIME AND SEE TO YOUR SOLES AND VISIT THAT WELL KNOWN SHOE HOUSE, 119 CONGRESS STREET, R. S. .lOM, WHO HAS ON HAND EVERYTHING IN THE WAY OF BHOEB, MAN, WOMAN, MISS, YOUTH, BOY, CHILD OR INFANT CAN WANT. 140 Congress Street, Opposite Palmer Bros’. Card of Removal. JOSEPH ROSENHEIM & CO., boots m mm. WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE HAVE REMOVED FROM OUR OLD STAND TO THE LARGE AND ELE lANT STORE, NO. 141 CONQREBB STREET, FORMERLY OCCU PIED BY H. O. HOUSTON. AND ARE NOW PREPARED TO SHOW THE LARGEST AND MOST VARIED ABBORTMEJIT OF Boots, Shoes, Trunks and Valises TO BE FOUND IN THE PITY. OTTR STOCK COMPRISES ALL THE LEADING NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE MAKES OF FINE BHOEB I* LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN’*, MEN’B AND BOYS’. IN EVERY GRADE A'D QUALITY SUITABLE FOR CITY AND COUNTRY TRADE. ALL OF WHICH WF PROPOSE TO SELL AS TOW A8 THEY CAN B*' F‘ >UND IN ANY' MARKET OUR LONG EXPERIENCE IN THE BUSiNFSS, TOGE r HER WITH THE MANY DVANT AGES WE POSSESS. JtJhTI Y'ENABLES US TO OFF* 1 R GOOD GOODS *T LOW PRICES H FNCE WF. A!-K OUR OLD FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS, WHO HAVE SO KINDLY PATRONIZED US IN THE Pa ST, M O CONTINUE THEIR PATRONAGE AT OUR NEW PLACE. AND WE RESPE'TFULLY INVIIE THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL TO CALL AND EXAMINE OUR GOODS AND PRICES. JOS. ROSENHEIM Ac 00., 141 Congress Street, Next Door to Q. Eckstein &. Cos. N B—COUNTRY MERCHANTS WILL FIND! >UR WHOLESALE STOCK ON SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS COMPLETE IN ALL LINES AND OUR TERMB AND PRICES LIBERAL. pUlittrry and Yawty ©ocds. fisi’s Nei Vanety Store, 188 Broughton Street, THE LARGE3T AND CHEAPEST PLACE IN THE CITY FOR MILLINERY AND YARIETY GOODS! THE MOST COMFI ,ETE LINE OF HANTS’ CLOAKS, INFANTS’ CLOAKS, AND POSITIVELY AT THE LOWEST PRICES. Corsets, Corsets, Corsets, And everything in the line of LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS. The most extensive assort ment of WOOLEN GOODS, WOOLEN GOODS, WOOLEN GOOES. SHAWLS, JACKETS, LEGGINS, HOODS, etc. Ask to see the great and unequalled Platsliek’s Perfect Fitting Shirt at 85c. The BEST and CHEAPEST UNLAUNDRIED SHIRT in the city. TRIMMED HATS. ((TUT? Qm/IDT? N DERBY'S. JLJIJIi UJL U 111 H. PABSEMENT FRIES. FELT SAILORS. DRESS ORNAi/ENTS. SILK. LOOPB. SATINS. in iii 0 fi CRESCENT'S. ™ Ln. Aitmayer &to” - „„ IN EVERY EFFECT. VELVETEENS. VELVETS. 135 BROUGHTON ST. CORSETS. RUCHING. CREPES. OUR BRANDS OF RIBBONS FLOWERS. In OMBRE, PLAIN and FEATHER,. 17111 ft I AIfPC) I Bi ™' " :z. MV iiIAHKM zrr pon pons. lwnvnrcn a mr mull squares. LADIES’HOSIERY. MONOGRAM, COLLARS. GENTS HOSIERY. ‘‘OUR POPULAR ”1 CUFFS. CHILDREN’S „ „ n ,_—. ZEPHYR KMT UNDERWEAR FOSTER S HOOK, EVERY SHADE NOW MUBI IN IN STOCK. ™l!iar fatinitza, —t, JOSEPHINE, ™ LADIFB’, M?vaEß ; . SEAMLESS, DOLMANS. CHILDREN’S, 7 WALKING INFANTS’ IN ALL SHADES, FOR BTREET AND EVEN SHOES. INQ WEAR. | JACKETS. furniture, &c. ALLEN & LINDSAY, DEALERS IN Fiirnitnre, Carpets, floor Oil Cloths, Mattings, WALL PAPER. WINDOW SHADES, DRAPERIES, etc We invite your attention I'o our large and well selected stock of FURNITURE, CARPE ' Sand OIL CLOTHS We ha re on hand at all times, in our Six 8t ry 8 ore, Nice WALNUT BEDROOM SWTS. POPLAR and FAINTED BEDROOM BETS, PARLOR BETO in Hair Cloth, Rep and Raw 811 k, from *4O to *BOO COMMON BUREAUB, HNE BUREAUS. A choice selection of MAPLE CHAIRS and ROCKERS WAL NUT CHAIRS and ROCKERS of every description. COMMON BEDSTEADS W.\L'UV BFD BOiHUB. o‘m?E *“ —• •* TABLES, SAFES Bad BIDE OUR CARPET DEPARTMENT IS UNUSUALLY FULL. BRUSSELS CARPETS, INGRAIN CARPETS in large quantities, NA PIER. COCA and CHINA MATTINGS, RUGS. OIL CLOTHS, CRUMB CLOTHS, MATS, eta. WALL P ’PER, WINDOW SHADEB. LACE CURTAINS, LAMBREQUINS, CORDS and TASSELS and CORNICES, REPS, CRETONNES and RaW SILKS, in all grades, for upholstering purposes. AXjLEKT ctJ LINDSAY, 169 and ITI Broughton Street, - ..... Wavannab, Ga. “HURRAH FOR THE SOUTHER! FURNITURE HOUSE! The Great Success of the Southern Furniture House. THE CHEAPEST HOI SE IN TOWN. Exchangee NEW .FURNITURE for OLD. Call and give . ua a trial. S’ HERMAN, Proprietor, ITO BKOICRIOS STREET, JMtrtiati £aUs future Hans. Viox Comcuti or Hu Ma i MTT th . k -. v „ SALK OF PORTUGUESE BiEI ADELIHA PATTL BY OWNER’S INSTRUCTIONS ivn ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT mly CONCERN R by j. McLaughlin & son. —ON— Tuesday, the ISth of November AT 11 O'CLOCK. AT THE Custom House Steps, in the City or Savannah, Ha. c™* C or, , upu r e . nark ' AD'LINA PATTI SoiBA. Ma*tr, having put in-o the port of vannah leaky, and in an unseaoo thy condi t.oa. will be offered at PUBLIC OUfCKY m she now lies in the Sava, nah river, opnodte Whitakerßtreet,toge*berwithall herTacKl V STANDING GE iH. CilAl S. I'A wLES -Ai Ls etc .to the highest bidder, for a LUMP SUM ’ Bu' should the offer not he sufficiency satis factory to Ihe Captain, said hark and anpur. tenances will be sold in separate lots The inventory „r the v. ssel c in be seen on aDplication ar the auctioneers’ office o> a the Portuguese Consular office between the hours of 12 M and 2 p. u. a The above vessel is thoroughly coppered and copper fastened over felt She is of 2tß ton. register, bu it in Portugal in t 4, and rated 5 b All for two years from 20th January ihsi in the Bureau Veritas. • , Terms of sale, CASH. ANTONIO COCO^ZA, VICE CONSUL. ADMINISTkATOK S SALE. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY. PLATED SILVFR WARE. ETC. BY J. MrLAIGHLIN & SON —AND— C. H. DoRSETT, On MONDAY*, the 14th of November, 1881, at 11 o’clock a. m and 7:80 p. u. each morning atd evening until disport and of, at the Mallette Academy, .armory Hail, corner of Bull and State streets. By virtue of an order from the Honorable John O. Ferrill. Judge of the Conrt of Ordi nary, I huve given instruct ons to Messrs, j Mcl.aughlin & Son and C II l'orsett tos> dat public auction, at the time, place an hour above specified, alt ihe remaining chattel propery of i* RAN CIS D. JORDAN, de ceased, viz: Gents’ GOLD WATCHES, Indies’ GOLD watches, silver watches HOLD CHAINS, SILVER CHAINS, GOLD LO KKTB. DI AMONG RINGS, E t BRINGS. PRECIOUS STONE VINOS. EMERALD and CLISIER HOOP. FEARL RINGS. BKEASTP NS. SOC ETY* PIN’S. OPERA NECKLACES, Gold and PLATED. SCARF PINS. SPECTACLE WARE GOLD and SILVER PLATED WARES. SILVERWARE. CLOCKS SLEEVE BUT I ONS. C VRD CASES. ORNAMENTS CHaRM-. RUTTER DISHES. C 'UET FT V.NDS. waiters, tea and table spoons. LADLES. SUGAR BOWi.s, ICE PITCHERS. CUPS, TA' K’RFS. JEWEL STANDS, b.x JEWEL- . URN'. TEA and COFFEE POTS. PLATED SET'. I'EK'r UMK S "ANDS. PIE and FISH KNIVES, SILVER BASKET. —ALSO One Fine EPERGNF. Valuable REGUL ATOR CLOCK. One TRANSIT SHOW CASES. COUNTERS and WALL SHELVES, etc., together with a numerous collection of other unifies not enumerated above, such as are usually fouud in a jeweler’s establishment v ONDaY, 14:h November, at 11 o’< lock and 7:30 evening, at the Mallette Academy, Armory Hall. Ladie* are requested to call and examinethe goods for Christmas presents or fairs. Sale unreserved. LOUIS A. FA LUO ANT. Administrator es’ate Francis D. Jordan, dec’d, THAT WAREHOUSE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF BAY' AND WEST BROAD ST EEIS FOR SALE AT AUCTION ON GOOD TERMS. By KENNEDY and: BLi N.Auctioneer*. Will be sold, on NEXT TUESDAY, November Btb, at 11 o'clock a m , on the premises. That warehouse heretofore used as acarriage repository, o ruer of West Bioad and Bay streets, fronting 90 feet on West broad and bu feet on Bay street. Ground rer.t $ - pier annum to the city. Terms - One i bird cash, balance in equal installments on one, two and three years time, with 7 per cent, interest, secured by mortgage. Possession will be given immediately. Titles undoubted batches, tfr. Tie Larges! Jewel?? fion SOUTH OF NEW Yt. HE I HAMILTON’S, Where can be found the HOST VARIED STOCK In this line on rjile in ary city North, South, East or West. 4 KOET MAGNIFICENT AND UNSURPASSED ASSORTMENT Jewelry, Watches, DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE, BRONZES, CLOCKS, Frenoli&JapanesßNoveltles OPBEA GLASSES, ETC. Strangers In the city should visit this well- Known aa.i J*welrr pFUbi!*birve-h OOR. OP BULL AND BBOUOBTON STt*. S.P. HAMILTON. WaTtliam Watches IN gold and silver cases. V an elegant assortment of WHS, WffiSl —AND— SILVERWARE. At the to west possible prices, at M. STEjKNBEKG'B, 24 BABNA*D STltfiET.