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somethin}; Aiwut detectives and 'lheir Work. Nkw York, Oct. 23.—1 u the office of a ell known .broker 1 noticed the other day Sen. Wilson. who captured Jefferson Da. vis Gen. Wilson at one time since tho war was President of the New York and New England railroad. He now lues in Wilmington. Dei. He is about 55years M HS e is of medium heicht, well knit, and iriks the personification ot pluck ana resolution. He is a practical engineer, a man ot decided abilities, and now has a itoften happened that clerks or runners of banks were robbed in W ail " tr eet or • somewhere in that region. It never happens now. The reason is that be strictest watch is kept over the flnan ciul region by the shrewdest ot detectives, who have tbeir headquarters lu a room set apart tor them in the Stock Exchange. Professional thieves are not allowed in Wall street. When a thief wishes to visit that golden thoroughfare, even for an un objectionable purpose, he has to apply for permission to Superintendent Murray, and I believe it is seldom granted. This is rather primitive law; it sounds rather Russian, but it serves the purpose. \ stout, heavily built man ot 05, with rather singular features and peculiar side whiskers and a well-fed, self-satisfied air, mav occasionally be seen standing near the sub-Treasury building. He is well dressed and looks like a broker, but ap pears to have plenty ot leisure and may be one ot the moneyed men of the city, who has come down to simply look around i4 little before coins: up town to hia club for dinner. He seems to see nothing in particular. He has a careless, apparent ly abstracted, air. He is not a broker. He is one of the keenest detectives in Wall street, inspector Byrnes has been in Wall street tor seven years, anu during that time 1 believe there have been no im portant robberies. Whatever robberies have been committed there have been done by men ot wealth and position, and bave been, as it were, legalized by cus tom. But, speaking of detectives, it is sometimes surprising to see how little like detectives they look. A broker pointed to a good-na tured. clerkly looking young tellow, and said to me: “Do you know who that is?” 1 had forgotten him. “He used to be a clerk in such and such a firm, but he is now a detective.” It proved to be the case. He did not look at all like the tra ditional “lynx-eyed” detective and was probably a good deal shrewder than the individual of the iynx eyes. Tbe slouch hat and the furtive eye are no longer in vogue. The detective cannot be distin guished from anv one else, and in this tact lies his power. Then young women in some cases make splendid detectives, though from the nature ot the case they are perhaps not quite so available in busi ness affairs as in purely social matters. Some ot them are beautiful and fascinat ing and have the traditional keenness of tbe serpent, it not the harmlessness ot a dove. They deliver summonses in cases where such citations are eluded, and otten times show surprising shrewdness in what is frequently a task of peculiar dif ficulty. They trace stolen property and they watch suspected husbands. 1 have heard of tbe victim failing in love with the beautiful detective who had wrought his undoing. One of the most interesting events in business of late has been the sudden up ward turn in the wheat market. The banner Seligmau Is said to be backing the bull movement here, which is being engi neered by Charles Minzesbenner. Moses Fraley, of St. Louis, is running a bull deal toere and says he expects to make $1,0(J0,000 on that side of tbe market on this crop. The so-called Big Four of Chi cago, Messrs. Ream, Cudahy, Jones and Hutchinson, have found the market turned against them chiefly by Mr. Fra ley, a man with no particular following out plenty ot solid grit. He is a so-called Lilliputian, who bound the Gullivers with something besides pack thread aud brought them over to tne bull camp. Bears in the West have done great injury to the grain commerce, for Europe will never buy on a declining market. The result of bear campaigns is thus seen in decreased east-bound tonnage on the railroads. Mr. Edward Cottrell, a large operator of this city, lias turned bull. He is a small, slightly built, dark complexioncd man, who is shrewd enough to read tile commercial skns of the times and trim his sails accordingly. Charles lions, another of tbe New York specula tive powers, tias taken the bull side, and w hat is of more importance, the Big Four bave apparently covered their shorts and taken the opposite tack. It was a renewal of warfare begun long before the opening of the Christian era. The scene is no longer in Asia Minor, but the tight Is still between the Hebrew and Gentile, and the descendants of David have smitten tho great Gentiles of Chicago and New York tup and thigh. In other words, Hebrews like Moses Fraley and Banker Seligmau have led their friends up a Fiegab height oi speculative venture to view a promised landoi business success, and Canaanites, like Ream, Jones, Cudahy and Hutchin son, are credited with a forced and very quick change ot front. Fraley was the utile David who went forth beiore the two Jwsembied armies with his sling and wrew a stone that brought down Goliath and changed sneers into apprehension, lie holds millions of bushels ol wheat aud H confident of success, in serving bis own interests as a speculator he is realiy benefiting the agricultural interests ot the country, inasmuch as he is waging war i n the men who have done a real injury o tiie country by artificially depressing the va.ue of its oen a’.s until they were below the cost of production. Oscar Willoughby Riggs, A NEW INDUSTRY. The Revolution in the Tailoring Business. Nkw York, Oct. *.’B.—A year ago there were three or lour “woman’s tailors” on atiU neur Hun avenue, and thero wusone “ Brooklyn, l'heir signs read simply Uonnelly, Kobes,” or some such legend equally uuenlightenlng. And these were imni? l:tly w ? man ’ a tailors. They were y dressmakers, like Worth iu idnißHiofl w , er , e ttarling on the popular nionMf " ortU that a man has la deshr, f„ an . a nd s 0r ““ UlUit y a " d boldness Low A* 1 n * than women possess. Rut iuHks,^h e ar !*, twenty-iour men dress- S! )t * *,■' , ’.° h vo fourteenth street. They do "it o U J , f tbo . OIJ fbakespearean phrase, taeLeiv^l! ail !’ r> ” but proudly duh Ko*dn! , ladleß tailors” -n letters of nun l„ n rii f '" hbUul dimensions. And the |,. n “ ooustanlly increasing, as ono “re addiV*?/ Illtle Signs tne men’s tailors to their lormer shingles so us Ulins t Uo,u annou,| ce, “Also riding word .if 008U " u '” 4 lor ladles.” in u venus h ?!* n * ou Broadway and Filth titou,' “ nou “ ce a 80 °ial revolution, ili.i sa, ,? eyes to see can read Wi n,H 1,1 the “ttlto of the women 1:1Z, ~k“ S “t the Signs at all. 11l like • .?. r V lp lo , wu ololb jackets that Hl,o,m®?", d u '*terH that are mold ladies ^, r ,Ct ‘ fu ’ rou ndlng figures of the I heir ‘' ttn "oarcel.v Dope or wish of uii * ooatsto be, inclose the persons hie f(, r i'„ dreMe<l w , omen - Ills luipossi. ■allorn K ?,a man (except a woman's is or iin u °k e whether the new fashion fl - lorn,*;“ e ? od <mp - 1 w0,, 1d not give bs C on|i h * I “Pinion or a man so dull f bat I mis ( H '" '* half dozen Murray Hill ut in ft nis t luVt * 8 1* uiueil art and poured lieu could " rder 10 I® o * l tbeir best, and A nm A*"*** any bul tbe one opiu if fa i, tU< \ rack a “d stress of shift bom Blll< '° 1 nilY " been Hinong *"hJ to u! l !; rut ' on lD their gowns has ntbcitig. make l betn mom and tuore eu- What brought about this revoluiton ? Well, first the jersey, which made a di s play ol the outline of the figure fashiona ble, and then the demand for an equally tight tiiliug overgarment to keen up the accurate exposure of outline when the weatheroailed for something outside and on top ot the jersey. The men’s tailors were called upon to construct these fem inine “ulsters,” as they were called. Tjiekd tailors got extra prices for this new work and liked it (that is, the extra prices j so W9ll that they enlarged their signs to attract more ladies. This en croached on the field ot tbe men dress makers, wuo theu hired tailors ami also altered their signs. Thus the words “ladies’tailor” appealed ou the signs of two sets of tradesmen. And thus, also, came it to pass that the original men's tailors went on from making ulsters to making dresses and the men dressmakers became the makers of tailor-made gar ments of all sorts. It is interesting to visit one of these ladies’ tailor shops, as 1 did yesterday. Here were trousers by the score hung iu a line on hooks, like beeves beiore a butcher’s stall, and across the room were great glass cases filled with ladies’ jack ets aud skirts, blazing with embroidery in gold, with gaudy ribbons and with buttons big as butter dishes. A helpless dude with his coat oft and one arm out stitt, like a mail hag catcher on a postal car, was being measured for a coat in the thick of a bevy of circling ladies, one of whom stood on a low platform, while a young girl encircled her with a tape mea sure, and the great woman’s tailor talked of whalebones, linings, flounces and 1 don’t know what not. Over in a corner, through the parting ot a curtain, peeped a white and pink suggestion of the shoul der of another lady trying on a dress. Julian Ralph. GOSSIP OF THE CLUBS. The Meu Who Figure Prominently in These Institutions. New Yokk, Got. 23.—U01. Thomas W. Knox the readers of his numerous books of travel for juveniles would naturally suppose to be a paterfamilias, but he is one of the most confirmed or habitual club men possible, and a bachelor be sides, with no fancy, evidently, for little ones prattling aooiit his knees or pulling bis graying beard or hair. Col. Knox has the stalwart and rugged form of a down- Last sailing Captain, hut he is something ot a petit maitre, and persistently seeks the buttered side of tbe slice of life. He lives at the Lotos Club in a couple of tbe dormitory rooms, takes a meal a day at the Union League, punctiliously attends the Authors Club, and spends his sum mers at tbe Olympic Club, Bayshore, Long Island. A circle always gathers about him when he spins his yarns of travels. Senator Hawley always resorts to ■! Union League when in town. The pearance ot a man was never more n ative of the noble qualities of heart and head tnan the editorial Senator from Hartford always evinces in consistency of debate and kindly appreciation and sympathy. Gen. Sherman made the Union League his beadquartersduring his recent visit to the city. Had the Carlton been still in ex istence the erratic and vivacious veteran commander would have held forth there, as the viands and beverages of Chamber lin pleased him, while the persiflage ol Jerome and Ochiltree amused him. Gen. Sherman and Senators Allison, Kennav and Hawley formed an interesting group that always dritted into discussing na tional affairs ot the past. A sensation was created by the an nouncement at the reception the other night at the Tuxedo Club (a retreat in New Jersey on the Erie railroad, where none but the wealthy can enjoy life) that the actress, Miss Fortescue, bad been in vited. The evening wore on. and the fete ended without Miss Fortescue appearing, tnougn it was learned that she had been invited to visit tho luxurious sylvan re treat by Mrs. Hewitt beiore sne sailed. The story of Miss Fortescue’s breach of promise with Lord Garmoyle is regarded with disfavor in certain circles; hence the objection to her presence on this oc casion. She is as pretty as her pictures make her—not always' the case with alleged theatrical portraits—and besides hath a glib and piquant tongue which utters many bright things as well as sly remarks which society ladies might not fancy. It is not likely that the governors ot the cluo will take any action in the matter. Mr. Wilson Barrett is one of the few actors who have been made card members ot the Union League. He receives the hospitalities at the Lotos by reason of his membership at the Savage. He is a very genial and affable gentleman, with noth ing of tbe actor about him. He looks as if he might be a younger brother of the late John McCullough, smaller in physique, but very suggestive of him in taee and form. A good raconteur, as well as quick at repartee, he is an acquisition to club coteries, wnich now include many English actors, Lionel Brough, Charles Coghian, Charles Sugden, and Hamilton, the author. William Alexander. Fttahiou Notes. Pompons of cut feathers are a fayorite trimming. H ats of soft beaver havo brim and crown of different colors. Bodices have plain plastrons covered with passementerie. Velvet ribbon in many rows trims mus lin aprons very prettily. Very large fur buttons and bands of fur are used on suits of plain cloth. Grenadine covered with heavy cut jet beads is used for bodices and mantles. Feather turbans are trimmed with hands ot pheasants’ or eagles’ feathers. The fashion for trimming brown cloth dresses with black braid is still in favor. Felt hats, with tiie brim faoed with a contrasting color in felt, are new this sea son. Hats of bright red felt without trim ming of any kind are worn by little chil dren. New embroideries imitate antique tap estry and are used for chair covers and the like. Black velvet braces and deep cuffs are worn with dark green, gray blue and gray dresses. Embroidered pongee is always pretty; and if made up with velvet forms a rich costume. Lace effects are seen in silk and wool fabrics and in braids and other woven trimming. Dresses, with plush stripes, dots or chains for the border, have overdresses of plain serge. Little girls aro given coats, outside gar ments or check or plaid, to be worn over plain-stuff frocks. Tbe frooka of girls of thirteen and up ward are simply modified duplicates of the dresses of their older sisters. Turbans will be worn in great cumbers this winter, in velvet or plush, trimmed with lur, or elso made entirely of fur. The pongee silks with frlse stripes or contrasting oolor* are really a pleasing change trom the plain ecru so long, worn. Cloth dresses are trimmed with WCow silk braid, forming vertical stripes ujiott tuhller, bodice and sleeves, terminating In loops. Koyal red or bright scarlet mav be seen In outer garments for carriage and theatre wear this season. It Is trimmed with gold oifblack. A broad galloon, made ol narrow strips of felt braided and looped, oomes in colors to match tbe new felts and is much used for trimming. Handkerchiefs have delicately timed hoideis, with white embroidery, llow SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1886. stitched handkerchiefs have the embroid ery in tbe middle. Plush brocades, showing exquisite tints in various lights, have Persian designs. They are employed lor panels, and are in all tLe new colors. A mantle of brown plush has the back and long fronts embroidered with gold braid. It is bordered with feather trim ming the same tint as the plush. Girls of ton and fifteen wear their hair in soft fluffy bangs over their forehead; the rest is all combed low in the neck, and held by a banded bow of ribbon. Costumes for children are made mostly in blue or white. White woolen goods especially make lovely, yet simple, toilets for little girls, silk and lace being ban ished. English walking gloves of fine dressed dog skin or Swedish kid, to wear with promenade costumes, are produced in most ot the cloth shades lor matching the costume. Yokes will be much worn by young girls. They are plaited or plain, accord ing to the material used. Velvet, silk, embroidered net ana passementerie are used tor yokes. The old-time fashion of a seam down the front of the bodice is revived, the fasten ing being hidden under the bands ot vel vet or other trimming that phss from the point in front over the shoulders to the basque behind. Fabrics with special trimmings, such as borders, bands or stripes, are in high fa vor. The underskirt is usually trimmed with the bands, while the upper part oi the costume—the polonaise, redingote, or tunic and basque—is made ot the plain material. Collars of dresses are becoming higher and higher, and this winter will reach their limit at the chin, recalling the collar formerly worn by retired military subordi nates. Sometimes this collar is trimmed to resemble a necklace, with embroidery and drops of jet or old silver. A jacket ot brown cloth, trimmed with passementerie ornaments in three tones ot brown, opens over a faille vest in three pieces. The upper vest is trimmed with passementerie; below this are several rows of gathers, forming a putting, and below this the vest is flat and trimmed to correspond with the upper part. A short time ago a Faris journal of the Figaro type treated its readers to a de scription ol the ceremonial observed at the table of Queen Victoria, and the grotesque caricature was quoted by a London newspaper as an amusing instance of the extent to which French ignorance and inaccuracy can really gd. But now the para graph in question, copied from the Lon don journals, is making the round of all the German press as an authentic page from the daily court lile of her Majesty, and even the solemn North German Ga zette has been silly enough to admit the nonsense into its columns. Harnett House. Concerning a popular hotel in Savan nah, Ga., the F'lorida Times-Union says: “We note from the hotel arrivals as pub lished in tne Savannah papers, that the Harnett House still leads all the other hotels in tho city. In fact they have as many as the others combined. There is agoodinstallmentof Floridians always registered there.” Jlntuormritto. SAVANNAHTHEATRE. Two NUUt! MILTON AND DOLLIE w o jls jl, Jb: s And his famous Company of Comedians. TUESDAY, Oct. 56. the Unique and Powerful Melodramatic Comedy, written by MILTON NOBLES, called THE PHOENIX! TWELFTH CONSECUTIVE YEAR. Graves, the Bohemian.} .... b.c Bludsoe, the Phmaix. 5 MILTON N< BLES Sadie, the Flower Girl . .DOLLIE NOBLES WEDNESDAY, Oct. if. Milton Nobles’ Powerful Play, called LOVE AND DAW! Accepted by the public aud conceded by the critics to be among the ablest plays from the pen of an American dramatist. Seats on sale at Dayis Bros’. MONDAY. Oct. 25. Next attraction, “Michael Strogof,” Oct, 20 and .10. Wonderful Success! Nevada Neil’s Man Villap, Old Centennial Grounds, south of Anderson street. An Entire Cliauge of Programme Monday, Oct. 25th. AFTERNOON AT 3.- NIGHT AT 8. fTUIE Champion Rifle Team, Nevada Ned A and California Up, in a remarkable ex hibition of skill, shooting in every position imaginable. Bronoho Charlie, Prince of Ropers and Riders, m a wonderful exhibition of skill. The Pantomime of llumpty Dumpty. Realistic Pictures of Western Life depicted by Western Indians and Cowboys. A grand show throughout. Come and enjoy a pleasant afternoon or night. Admission free to grounds. Reserved Seats 10 ceuts. Grand street parade Monday, Oct. 25th, at 10 A. M.. introducing Nevada Ned’s imported ponies Bor ha. Nersliien and Dynamite. All street cars rnn to grounds. ytanoo. Facts Atat Pianos. IF YOU WANT the best Piano made in the world, secure a STEIN WAY PIANO. IF YOU WANT a flrst-elass, medium-prised Instrument, one that will give the very best satisfaction, both In tone, workmanship and solidity of construction, get a OAIJLER PIANO. IF YOU WANT a cheap but honest made Instrument, at a lower price than any Piano manufactured, good material, workmanship and lone, get one of our IMPORTED PIANOS. ( Warranted for Six Years.) Our terms are as low and easy as any house in the country. SCHREINER’S MUSIC JUSE. jor salt. Bar Room For Sale. MgYEIQH’B OLD STAND, 1 BAY STREET. —APPI.T TO— joiin i. rtrwii, Coal. Fresh Coal at Low Prices. Broken, $4 50 per net Ton Delivered Egg. - 450 per net Ton Delivered Move, . 500 per net Ton Delivered GRANTHAM I. TAGGART, U 4 lisv Street. JUarrtagpo. DOWLING—MoGRATH. —Married, at the Cathedral of Our I.ad.v of Perpetual Help, Thursday, Get. 21. by the ttev. w. A. McCar thy. Mr. IVh. P. Dowling and Miss Josie McGrath, both of this city. No cards. WILLIAMS—PALMER.—Married, Oct. 21, at the Methodist Church, Barlow, Jefferson county. Ga., by Rev. L. A . Tdorsey, Mr. Guo. M. Williams, of Savannah, and Mtss M, Donie Palmer, of Bartow. sprci.il ilntirro. A lard. Savannah, Ga., Oct. 22,1886. To t\e Editor Savannah .Vries: Having heard ot my name being connected with a circular sent oat to the naval stores manufacturers, I will state I have no con nection with the same. I have seen the docu ment aud have also had several letters writ ten me on the subject, noue of which I ap prove of, as they contaiu assertions which 1 am satisflod arefalse. TANARUS, W. TERRY. Dr. U. S. Coltling, SURGEON DENTIST, Office No. 105 Jones street, corner Drayton street. N. E. Solomons, Teacher of Music, Concert and Recital Pian ist. Address, 65 Jefferson street. Townsend, Cheap Printer, 83 BAY STREET. Telephone “841.” It is simply impossible for anyone to do better work than Townsend. lie works to please | Call on him. He wants your trade. Notice. All bills against the British steamship “Mozart,” Sawyer, Master, must be presented at our office by or before 12 m. MONDAY, Oct 25, or payment thereof will be debarred. A. MINIS A SONS, Consignees. Notice. Alt hills against the British steamship “Wolyiston,” Edmondson, Master, must lie presented at our office by or before 12 m. MONDAY, Oct. 26, or payment thereof will be debarred. A. MINIS A SONS, Consignees. Notice, Neither the Master nor the Agents of tho British steamship “Hay Green” will bo re sponsible for any debts contracted by the crew. WILDER A CO., Agents. Notice. Neither tbe Masters nor Consignees of the Norwegian barks “Patent,” Morgansen, Mas ter, and “Latona,” Jacobsen, Master, will be responsible for any debts contracted by tho crews of said vessels. A. It. SALAS A CO., Consignees. Dr, T. J. Uharltou, Jr., Offers his professions! services to the citizens of Savannah. Office 65 Whitaker street. Residence 145 Perry street. Dr. 8. Latimer Phillips Formerly House Surgeon to the Presbyterian Eye. Ear and Throat Charity Hospital, Balti more. Md.. will engage in the special prac tice of Eye, Ear and Throat Diseases, at 151 South Broad street. Office hours: 8 a. m. to 2 p. M. Dividend No. 4. Office Mutual Gas Light company,! Savannah. Ga., Oct. 19, 1886 | A dividend of ONE AND ONE-HALF per centum has this day boen declared from earnings of last quarter, payable at this office on and after NOV EMBER 15 next, to stock holders of record this day, LEWIS C. LILLIE, Secretary. Savannah and Tybee Railway Corn* pany. Office of Tkf.ascrer, ill Bay st.,j Savannah. Oct. 7. 1888. j By resolution of the Board of Directors adopted this day. a second installment of TWENTY-FIVE PERCENT, of the Prefer red Capital Stock is caked tor. payable at this office ou or before the EIGHTH (8lh) DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1886. JOHN W. BURROUGHS, __ Treasurer. State ami County Taxes, 188tt. Office Collector State am County > Taxes. Chatham Coin .Georgia, S SAVANNA!;. Oct. 15, 1886.) The digest Is now open for riie collection of the above Taxes, on all property, real and personal, the specific, tax on professions; also, the POLL TAX. for EDUCATIONAL PUR POSES. on ail M ALE RESIDENTS of the city and county, between the ages of twenty one and sixty years. Offioe at the Court House. Hours from B A, il.to 2p.m, JAS. J. MCGOWAN, Tax Collector C. C. Savannah, Ga ~ Oct. 18, 1886. JCdioard J .Kiefer, Dear Sir— l had chills and tever for eleven months, and took quinine until I was nearly deaf from theeffectof It, without curing them. Three-fourths of a bottle of Peruvian Care broke them up, and now, two months after | taking it, I am perfectly well and have not | felt any symptoms of thoir return. S. A. FACKLBR. Printer on Mystic Brotherhood. |Uool>. Wood! Wood! Wood! C. H. SHEFTALL, DEAI.KR in Wood of all kinds—Seasoned oak. Green Oak, Biaek .lack, Hickory and best Georgia Yellow Pine and Light wood Kindlings. Yard at tbe corner of William and West Boundary streets, on the canal. Wood Sawed any Length, To suit the smallest stoves, grates or Are places. Prompt attention given to all orders and satisfaction guaranteed. TELEPHONE 270. "notice. Q AK. BLACK JAckT PINE and LIGHT WOOD, Sawed or In fltlck. Office: West Broad, between Liberty and Harris. Tele phone No. 30. BUTLER BROS. Special Inducement! P ARTIES buying stoves from us will rceel ve the benefit of having them put up by regular tin and sheet Iron workers. No MANDT MEN trusted with this, the must Important feature of the stove business. Call and select your Heaters at once. Our store is upon ou Saturday evenings until h.SO. LOVELL & LATTIMORE, Hardware and Stoves* SAVANNAH. ..... UA CHEAP ADVERTISING. One Cent .a Word. ADVERTISEMENTS, 15 Word* or more, in this column (the best in the paper) inserted for ONE CENT A lVOKI), Cash in Advance, each insertion, Everybody who has any leant to supply, anything to buy or to sell, any business or accommodations to secure: indeed, any wish to gratify, should advertise in this column. gJrraimal. DEAR JOHN.—Please inform tbe under signed if the "Social Forties'' nro still in existence, and what they intend doing this winter, as quite a number of them are anx ious to know. anxious. \\ T ANTKD, aeauvnawer, at ill Bryan street m after# a.m. C. McGAKVKY. V\T ANTED, pant* makers on common work ▼ ▼ at 197 Congress street. ANTED, agooil tailor ami tailoress at ▼ * 143 Bryan street VVANTKD, tl rat-class job ruler, used to the ▼ ▼ .Sprinprflelrt striker; state wajfcs re quired. M<>RNING NEWS, Savannah, Ga. \\TANTEI), compositors on book work, n MOItN ING Nr.\VS, Savanuah, Ga. Yl7 ANTE 1), agonts in every olty and town ▼ m the l'nlied States to keep us posted in regard to new buildings projected in which Terra-Cotta will las used, and to solicit orders for contract and stock work; liberal commis sions p.id. AddressN.Y. ARCUITKCTUK AL TKRBA-COTTA C0.,88 Bark Row,NcwYork. (TuuUoDturnt IWantra. TTTANTED, by a young man, a position <>n “ a farm or truck farm. Canaille of tak ing charge. Reforonee if required. Address FAIIM ER, this ollice. \\7 ANTED, by a young man, a position as vv walchuiun. who understands lhe busi ness; tbe best of reference. Address W ATCII - this ollice. jttlierrll inrmto sUuuto. \\J ANTED, tioard In private family,striotly it private boarding house, by a young man; terms must not exceed s.'o per month; good reference. Address P. O. Box 88, TAT ANTED, a small house or flat, north of TANARUS, Liberty, west of Aberoorn. Apply 54 Montgomery street. gloomo to Prut. TYOR RENT, a flat of two large rooms, im r furnished, beautifully ventilated, with bath and large lobby. Also a large room suited for two young men or light housekeep ing. 89 Congress. 17IOR RENT, at No. 158 State street, cast of Barnard, fronting south on Telfair Place, second floor, consisting of four nice rooms, with privato bath room and closet on same floor. IjiOß RENT, rooms,newly painted and re -1 paired, next door Screven House; conve nient to meals. Inquire on premises 118 Con gress street, or address P. O. Box 86, JXAKLOR FLOOR, furnished or unfur nished large front room, second floor, centrally situated. M. S., Morning Nows. IAOR RENT, a suite of rooms with water on 1? same floor. Centrally located. Apply to PETER REILLY, 911 Drayton street. IAOR RENT, very nice room; transient or permanent; use of bath room; good meals convenient; at 37 Aberoorn street, IpOR RENT, large front room, bath room adjointng; also furnished room, private family. 41 Broughton Street. I ARGK comfortable furnished and unfur- J nished rooms, with all conveniences, for rent. 170 Liberty street. ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished, siiitpble for gentlemen or light house keeping. 191 Broughton street. rpO RENT, single south room, second or i third floor, furnished or unfurnished. 79 Broughton street. IAQR RENT, desirable rooms, with or with out board ; gentlemen preferred. Apply 11)5 Jones street. fjlOR RENT, rooms, furnished or unfur nished, with all modem conveniences. 21 Barnard street. ROOMS for rent at Pavilion Hotel, fur nished or unfurnished. Qood table board 46 per week. rTiOR KENT, pleasant rooms, large and 1 small; also, dav board, at 5 Barnard st. I NOR RENT, One furnished rooms, for gen tlemen only. Apply 102 South Broad st. ITiOR RENT, a furnished room. No S Hnr -1 risen street, near West Broad. Douofo anh torre tor Itrnt. I NOR KENT, middle hone in row cornraenc- I log northeast corn it Barnard and Holton streets. Fine uuU healthy locality and house of modern Improvements. Apply to G. Cu. GEMCNDEN, corner Ht. Julian and Whita ker streets. ENOIt RENT, two-story dwelling, kitchen 1 attached, with water and stable in yard, on Anderson, second door from Lincoln street; possession given Nov. Ist. Apply to ,1. Me GINLEY.No. 100 Henry street, or at premises. I ['OR RENT, the desirable three-story brick dwelling No. 67 Aborcorn street. Is pro vided with water and gas, and has a good two-story outbuilding attached. Apply to JOHN FI.ANN KEY A CO. |NOR RENT, tenement No. 70 tjassel Row, A 1 fit. Julian, near Aliercorn street. H. J. THOMAHSON, IH liryau, near Drayton street. TJVYB RENT, story brick house 117 Barn l 1 ard street, possession Ist Novemtier. Ap ply 191 Itroughton street ■ INOR KENT, the house, with store, C 2 F Broughton street; also, basement rooms. Apply 24 Lincoln street. I NOB II ENT, bouse on Hall street. Applv . at K. YVLSSKL’S, Huntingdon and Price streets I NOR RENT, one good two-story house, D. 1 B. LESTER. tTVJIt KENT, a nine-room house noar For. . nyth Pars, with modern improvenients- A pply to W. F. CHAPLIN, lfowurd and Gwinnett streets. JNOIt RENT, frame dwslilug, corner Bar * nard and McDonough streets, fronting Orleans Hqnsre. N. C. MILLS. I NOR KENT, Nov. Ist, store and dwelling 1 West broad and Anueraon streets. Ap ply 1M Hull street INOK RENT, a very desirable rea'dence. No. 1 180 Gwinnett street, west side of Park, with modern improvements, beautiful flower garden, outhouses, etc. Applv to WAL THOLK A RIVER*. No, kh Bay street. INOU BENT, tb* promise.- at present occti -1 pied by the Southern bank and a couple of olUoeaoverhead. Also, two sets of rooms for ollb'es in the new Southern bank build ing. Apply at the bank. INOR KENT, a nicely furnished bouse, with ; soulberu front and cheerful surround ings, in a iiulet neighborhood. C. H. DOR HKTT, 156 Bay. IN OR RENT, the house No. 22 Lincoln street. A Apply corner Broughton. Ini >u RENT, use two-story house corner ’ bull street and First avenue; eoveral building lots near same; lot for store corner Lovers lane and YVaters road; bnlldlng lots at Eastland 60s. toll a month. Apply to Dr. L. A. FALLIGANT. 161 South Broad street, at 9 o’olook a. m. _ INOR KENT, a tine dwelling home No. ISI A Taylor street, witb all conveniences; pos se w< on given Nov. Ist. Apply to J. F. bBOOKS, 136 Bay aiject. l NOR RENT, dwelling bouse No. 117 Gordon I 1 street, near Bull street; possession given atonoe. J.r. BROOKS, 186 Bay aireet. INOR BENT, two story house on English A hamatent, with garden attached. No. 67 Charlton street. Posseseion given Oct I. Ap nlr to GEO. W. OWENS. 113 Da* atroet. Sfor Stmt-iSHiarrllanrcuo. pIANOS FOR RENT.—AIW’ ys lu t-tock a * lull supply of Renting Pianos, at from s.’ttsß per month. All styles. Squares and Uprights. Rented Pianos kept in tuue and order free of charge, HIDDEN & BATES MU>IC HOUSE. IT'OR RENT, the premises No. 9.7 York street, near Drayton, lately occupied by Dowl ing Bros, as a livery and boarding stable: ifossessiou given immediately. Apply to H. T ROTTS A CO., 108 Bay street. lor Sate. JNOR 8 A LE. flue Walnut Bedroom Sot, Stool Springs, Mm-a Mattress, Feather Bed atid Pillows. Mosquito Not, Mahogany holding leaf Table, Crockery snd Tin Toilet Sets, Water Cooler and Fire Utensils—all as good as now. Will be sold cheap for cash. Apply 189 Perry street, lAOR S ALIC, house and lot on New Houston ' street, iliird door east Draytou; also, some fine camellias. Inquire on premises, IAOIS SALE. CHEAP, a lot of l eather 1 Triune, at S A VAN MAH TRUNK FAC TORY, State and Whitaker. lAOßsale, a Defiance Range and Boiler. 7 Apply at No. 16i South Broad street. TIMOR SALE, a line piano. Apply at 162 T 1 South Broad street. Oil CENTS per pound for Mulaga Graces at L\i GARDNER’S, 80% Bull street, ( t RAPES.—ITS ten-pound baskets Diana, 1 Salem and Catawba*. For sale very cheap. A, H, CHAMPION. STOCK FARM FOR SALE.—The best Stock Range on the Georgia Coast. Good Fish ing, Gunning, and unltmtied supply of Oys ters. F ZRA OOK, care of Graham & Hub bell. Savannah, Ga. £oot. IOST, on Thursday night, from wagon, one j bundle carpet and lining. A reward will be paid for the return of same to LINDSAY A MORGAN. XtoarDttta- A FEW gentlemen boarders can be inxom l\ modated with room and board, with uso of bath. Apply No. 95% State street, rear Marshall Mouse. \FRW respectable boarders can find ac commodation* at 1.48 Congress struct, op posite PuiasHl House. WANTED, boarders, for large south front rooms; terms reasonable. lWi Liberty street. 1 r O LIBERTY STREET Is opened for ner- I *0 manent. transient and table boarders. /""tOMMERC!AL HOUSE, Bryan street, op- V > poslte Market. Rates one dollar per day. Special to permanent hoarders. ilafflr. 17*011 RAFFIK.—An elegant Carriage Klan- I 1 ket. to ho rutiled at FFUN ANDE/AS CI GAR STORE, corner Bull and Broughton streets, Oct. 2S at 8 p. M, siliarrlUutrouo. 88 rANK, what did you do with that old tl broken jewelry you had?” • Well, 1 sold it to E. •!. CRANK, and he gavo me more money for it than any other jeweler had offered for it;” “Well, t have some old jew elry, too. Whore does lie live?” “He keeps his jewelry Store 41 Whituker stroet.” “All right; thank you.” NEW YORK OYSTERS received by every steamer. 109 Bronghtoustreet. KAUF MAN. \l7 ANTED,customers by Pawnbroker,late st ly opened at No. 118 Broughton street, opposite Altinaver’s. Liberal advances made on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Furniture and Pianos without removal. Pawnbrokers' tickets, consignments of Merchandise. NEW YORK Steak and Mutton Chops a specialty, 109 Brougnton street. KAUF MAN. IT will do you good to call ami see our 41 85 Table Lamps with decorated handle, nicely ornamented, which you might call a bargain, at two dollurs. Call at once before they ere all gone, at ttio Popular Variety Store of NATHAN BROS., 186 Congress street. IjMROUS’ LEGS on Toast, Quail ou Toast, ' 109 Broughton street. KAUFMAN. (CANARY BIRDS, line song-ters; also a J few Parrots, at GARDNER'S, 30% Bull street. ZTLOTHING Cleaned, Repaired, Braided, Altered and Dyed; New Suits Cut and Slade in latest styles; charges moderate: sat lafaction guaranteed. A. GETZ, tailor, ill Jefferson street. fSOR HißE.—Horse and top spring wagon, 1 by day or week. Parties desiring to iced horse can make arrangements ar reaonab o rates. AddreasCHAULES SALZLK. /■SAME of all kinds. 109 Broughton street. Ur KAUFMAN. IJADEKICK’B Ladles’ Oystor Restaurant X now open. Oysters served up in first class stylo. Hair work, fine wigs, stemless Watches, and Bangs trimmed to suit the physiog nomy uy EMI BE F. FEGKAS, 110% Brough ton street. Hair Store. OYSTER TRY, Oyster Htew, Oysters Broiled. 109 Broughton street, KAUF MAN. IMINK II air Cutting and no other is my motto. 1 EMILE F. FEGKAB, Broughton, be tween Dnyton and Bull. MILLER the best Oystcrman in the city. 109 Broughton street. KAUFMAN. JOSEPH SCALES, corner South Broad and Whitaker streets, desires all who need their Bools and Shoes made or repaired to please give him a call. IF your watch won’t strike, strike out for 110% Broughton street and have it fixed. SALT and Fresh waier Fish. 109 Brough ton street. KAUFMAN. nrILSON’B Cabinets are the best; price, \ T three dollars and fifty cents a dozen. .1, ■ WILSON. pIRDEYF, PEPPER PLANTS, at greatly 1 > reduced prices for a abort time, at WTag ner’s Nursery, or GARDNER'S, 80% Bull st. OYSTERS at RADKRICK’S for family use, opened frosh every dav. / lAM K of all Id Dils at the ARCADE RES IT tAUKANT, corner Broughton and Dray ton streets. RaDKKICK'S Bread Is meeting with suc cess wherever it is sold; try it: delivered fie-h and hot every day between 11 and 1 o'clock. Vienna Rolls a specialty. f tHOICE New i ork Oysters received to-day * at THE Ah! ADE, corner Broughton and Drayton streets. IjIANOS Moved, Boxed and Shipped on 1 fine Spring Piano Drat, bv New York professional Piano Movers of long experience, who handle Pianosquioklv amt safely. Prices low ns tne lowest. LtJDDKN <t BATES MUSIC HOUSE. _ _ VToIiTHKRN Steaks, Chops and all kinds I.T of lish a rpeeialty at THE ARCADE, corner Broughton and Drayton streets, PI AN OS TU NE D IIY THE YK A R-Squarei od Uprights 48, Concert Grands sl2. lour regular funlngs. ( are of Piano, re placing broken strings and regulation of hc tiou included BEAT and CHEAPEST way ot keeping Pianos In playing order. LUD DEN A BATES MUSIC HOUSE. Belle of bali imoius—a Keautimi < ompie.xion. Ladies, use Mme.Souna lea’s Parisian Nut Oil and Milkweed Powder. It removes and prevents wrinkles, beautifies and preserves the complexion, and keep* it you'hful. For sale at DAVID PORTER’S, 122 Broughton street. MATRIMONIAL Paper contains nearly 200 advertisement* from ladies and gen tlemen wanting correspondents. Sent three months for 10 Ceuta. Address JIEI.PINO HAN D, 7(1 Lu Malle street, Chicago, HI. 0(4 CENTS PER POUND for Une Malaga fill Grip.-.,. ,11 (. UDX LIUS, 80% Hall st. lAP ROBES, Horse Blankets. Surcingles, j Saddles uud Harnuss for sale cheap, at NKIDLINGKRA RABUN'S. rpUNINO AND REPAIRING.—PIano* and 1 Organ* Timed, Repaired, Renovated and Itepolislied at New Tork prices. Best work guaranteed. No factory can do better, fttx r.rst-elas* Tuners aod Rspaimr* employed all the year round. Orders promptly attended to. LUD DEN R BATH MUSIC HOUSE. OYSTERS by the quart or gallon, opened fresh over* day. at TUB A It CADE. piisrrllitr.ronei. Qr/ui REWARD is offered to any house* '. gJUU that will sell cheaper goods thamj JACOB COHEN. Just go there and look ata his imrnoi ae stock of Jerseys, Ladies’, Misses* aud Children’s Cloaks, in" the latest styiesJ Also, look at 54-Inch Frecot at 85c. No liner assortment of Infants’ Cloaks, Barques, Caps. Lsgginsand Worsted Shoes can he found lm Now York city. Plain and Embroidered Flannels ure less than raw wool. The uicesW s-leotion of While and Scarlet Vest* for La-i dies’. Gents’ and Children to be found any-; where. A full line of Corsets, Shawls. Gloves* Blankets and Comforts at almost any price* The largest stock of Domestic Goods at bot tom price . Don’t forget the number —153 Broughton street. j Q A VANN AH INTELLIGENCE OFFICE* Cd 148 Liberty street, third door northwest Whitaker. Apply at the above for butlers, chambermaids, house girls, cooks, waiters, nurses, hostlers, etc. N.B.—We guarantee! first-class servants. P. B. RKAChWKLL *• CO. It. THOMAS, Agent, _ TJIANOS AND ORGANS tuned and re*j 1 paired Tuning either by the year on single tuning; all work thoroughly warrants od: tuning Squnres and Uprights by the year* of four tunings, $7; Concert Grands, $lO sln-j gie tuning Squares and Uprights, 52 608 Grands, 44; e have an excellent tunerg SCHREINER’S MUSIC HOUSE. | piANOS CAREFULLY MOVED on a (1 rut-2 l olass spring dray, specially made fori that purpo.e. by long experienced men. Prlc.a from parlor floor to parlor floor, $2 50 ; 50 oenisl additional for oae.h additional floor. Boxing] aud shlppinc promptly attended to. 3CHIIEI-D NF.U's MUSIC HOUSE. j T U- T RC U RIVED another lot of those Cabt* y| net size Frames; also, Gilt 8 by Ul Frames. Toothpicks, Cigar Lighters, Curd Children’s Masks, Rubber Dolls, Rubber Bats ties, ltolly Dolly*, at 154 Bryan street. R. C< CONNECT,. , Pfßl'nWftl w eak aud undeveloped partff rtnuGllrlL. of the lioay enlarged andj strengthened. Description, medical testlmow py etc., mailed sealed, free. ERIE MKDI* CALCO.. 7 Swan Street, Buffalo. N. Y. — Jlurttoit Salra Xuturr Cano. Household Furniture AT AUCTION. C. H. DOUSKTT. Auctioneer. Will sell on the premises No. 88 Cbarltod street, between Price and Habersham, an It o’clock, on TUESDAY. 20th Inst., the eu( tiro furutiurv, consisting oi: Parlor Suit In Walnut and Rep. Rocker J Marble Top Tables, two Carpets. Fancy Taa tiles, Clock, Vases, Pictures, Ornaments# Cigar Stand, Elegant Folding Bed with Mir ror. a vory handsome, ornamental and useful! article of furniture; Marble Top hi teboardJ Extension Table, New Home Machine, nol vet unpacked ; Dining Room Chairs, LoungeJ (late City Filter. Desk, Lamps, New feel Chest, Sofa, Bedroom Sot (Marble Top), OU. Cloth, Single Bedsteads, a very bandsoma| Walnut Wardrobe, Just purchased. N. B.—Take Broughton and Habersham) cars ami stop at Charlton street. Damaged Cotton.! By J. McLaughlin & Son* On THURSDAY. 28th October, 1886, at Ilf o'clock, at the Upper Hydraulic Press, foofi of Montgomery street, in the city of Bavan-* null, Oa. 2.000 Bales of Cotton MORE OR LESS, Damaged by water on board the BritisiE steamship Lancaster, Steeves, Master, whiter loading at her wharf for Liverpool, and sold' at auolion for account of whom it may conj ecru. j i 'i j Segal JSitlro. COMMISSIONER'S SAT,FI OF * VALUABLE MINING LANDS; cpilE undivided one-half interest in loti] X numbers 48. 44, 62. 65,66, 80, 80,81, 84, l.dk and 144; tho undivided one-fourth intercsl im lots numbers Id] and 119. and the undivided one-eighth (%) interest in lot number 182, alii in Twentr-i-econd district and second section! of Bartow county, Georgia, and near Oar-j tcrsville, Ga., and the Western and Atlantic! Railroad, and knoun os the “Pool FurnactJ Property.” 1 '1 he interest in these lands to be sold corn er be* about 450 acres, and are sold under A decree of Chatham County Superior Courß for distribution. Address f. DRAYTON LuKOCHE, Jr., (oinmlssloner, - - Maranuah, o*. PtUliurvii. PLATS HE K’S 13$ Brouglitou St. BIG BARGAINS THIS week: 10,000 yards Satin Picot Edge Ribbons, widths 9, 12 and iH, all the different shades, a£ 10c per yard; the greatest ribbon bargain evecA offered. 200 pairs Nottingham Lace Curtains at $125, 21 60, (2,6260 per pair: bargains without ques tion. Grand variety Antique Lace Curtains Bed Sets at quotations below others. 300 elegant Applique and Embroidered Feld Mantel Lambrequins at 61 50,|1 75,62,62 50 upi to 616; marvels of beauty and bargain. Largo -election Silk Embroidered Felt Ta ble Scarfs and Covers at 76c, 61 and upwards? great values. 25 doamn Ladies’ Brilliant Black Wool Jer seys at |1; worth fully $1 50. 20,000 yards Passnmcntrics and all kinds ofl Beaded Dress Trimmings, both plain and drop! beads, from 10c to 62 60 per yard; values 251 per cent, less than cisewnere. Marabout and Feather Trimmings; also. Fringes fur below competition. HI dozen Ladies’ Clerical Shape Linen Col* 'lars with Cape only ac; worth 100. Closing out 500 pairs superior quality Ladies* Jerucy Cloth Gloves for 250 pair; worth for merly 75c. 175 dozen i new lot) “Our Priscilla” 3-but ton Kid Gloves, In all shades, at 49c, that bents the world. For7c wo still offer “Our Glrnfle,” the beat 4-button Kid Glove on tnis market. 300 Ladles’ Black Canton Straw Shapes at 19c; new styles, SAO dozen Assorted Ladies’ Hats, In Wool and felt, bound; also, all Flush and Astra etiau brim Wool Hate, at your own prlca nearly. 1,200 Hat shades—to give away. First come first pick. Yea, we will rive you a Hat If you oome after it. Don’t be bashful about asking. 4u pieces Hue Patent Velvets at 60c per yard. in all colors. 100 boxes Colored Heavy Ostrich Tips 10c a bunch (three Tips lo a bunco;; a giant bark gain. fgp~ Our Mammoth Kntabllshmenc you will find Jammed with Bargain* of every doncrlptiou. P. B.—Country orders promptly and earn fully attended to. YVrite for samples. *rrt>o. PANSY SEED; Tick’* Fresh Fanny Seed just received at STRONG’S mUA STORE* 3