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SAXFORI) GIVEN A SCARE
TWO DEATHS OF WHICH DOCTORS ARE SUSPICIOUS. The Bedding of the Deceased Burned and Their Premises Disinfected and Fumigated—The General Health of the City Good—Tampa Looking for Frost. Sanford, Fla., Oct 31.—Two deaths in the lost twenty-four hours are regarded with some suspicion by some of the doctors. Others say that there is not the lea-t dan ger. Botli were residents of the place. On had just returned from the Atlanta expo sition. The other had not been out of town in months. In compliance with the demands of some of the more timid citizens the lie 1- ding of the deceased was burned and the premises disinfecto-i and fumigated. The general health and condition of the town is good. TAMPA HOPEFUL. Tampa, Fla., Oct. 31.—Sixteen new case anil no deaths is the record for the past twenty-four hours. The weather is very cool and frost is anxiously looked for. The thermometer registered 44" this morning. It is lielieved tne worst is past. Dr. Vv. Kilinier, of Orlando, who has labored faith fully since the outbreak of the epidemic, was confined to his room all day yesterday, but was out and working again to-day. Father Hwembergh is in a critical condit ion. IS HE A REFUGEE? Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 31.—Dr. J. G. Bulloch came through to-day from the Plant City quarantine camp, and was ar rested here and taken to the Duval county quarantine station. He held a certificate signed by Dr. Caldwell, saying that he had been discharged from the "amp, but no seal was on it, and nothing xx as said about the time Bulloch xvas quarantined; therefore the Board here promptly sent him to the Sand Hills. An investigation is now on foot to ascertain how he managed to get away. Five of the new patients at Tampa to-day aie negroes. The jail lms been torn down as a nuisance by order of tiie Board ol Health. A good white frost fell in North ern Florida this morning and it is quite cool to-night. THE RECORD TO DATE. Washington, Oct. 31.—The official record of the Marino Hosp.tal Bureau show continued existence of yellow fever at Tampa, Fla., but -where else in tiieMtate. Rej arts have bee- 1 , —eivod that cases have appeared at different points in Pa- oe county They are being investigated, but as yet have not been confirmed. Up to Oct. 26 there had been between 2ko aud 250 cases and 34 deaths from yellow feve. at Tampa The number of cases under treatment on that date was 80. FLORIDA'S METROPOLIS. Liquor Dealers to Petition for a-Local Option Election. Jacksonville, Fla., Oct 31.—The liquor men held a meeting to-day and de cided to petition for a vote on the local option question, anil will start petition- at once. There are some forty odd saloons here and they will make a tremendous fight on the question. The temperanoo pimple look askance at this new move and are per plexed over it. A mooting was held to-night to re-establish a Philharmonic Society here. BURlfttG OF A STEAMER. The steamer Port Royal whs destroyeed by fire to-day. She formerly ran between Jacksonville anil Green Cove Springs, and was sunk at the latter place several months ago. The vessel had been raised ami brought to Jacksonville, and war ut the marine rwlxvay preparatory to being put on the wax's and overhauled, xvben she caught fire. The watchwau in charge xva absent at the time, and the supposition is that some negroes went on board and built a lire to keep warm, aud the fire comment cated to the vessel and burned her. The vessel xvas owned by Mr. Taylor, of Port land, Me., who was shortly expected here. The lab terra of the Circuit Court con venes here to-morrow, xvith Judge Baker presiding, andT. A. McDonell, as States Attorney. Byron E. Oak, the oldest undertaker in the city, has ixen forced to assign. Tiie papers m th ■ can were not lileu in the County Clerk* • edice unti : Saturday after noon, although they were executed on Oct. 2t. Mr. Oak has selected Charles Howard Smith, of this city, as assignee and prefer - Flcming & D * *<L attorneys for legal ser vices, and Mil - L Wt rtridge No sched ule of index.,*. has yet. been made out anil his assets and liabilities ore unknown. It is said that to Mr. (dale is due hundreds of dollars of long standing and inability to collect the money anil the pressure of credi tors has necessitated an assignment. COLUMBUS CHAPTERS. A Negro Mysteriously Murdered -Ar rest of a Burglar. Columbus, Ga., Oct. 31.—Nathan Davis (colored) xvas very mysteriously murdered on W. R. Rutledge’s plantation, in Russell county, last night. Ho was shot by some unknown p trty while watching for a thief who had been stealing from a caue patch. There was evidence of a struggle and David had a knife clinched in his hand xvhen found. Yesterday morning T. M. Foley, a promi nent grocery merchant, xvent to his store to look after his live stock, uud upon opening tiie doox‘ discovered that his money drawer had been tanqiered with. He telephoned to police headquarters and searched the premises with an office!*. After looking over the store for some time a negro was discovered hiding in a large barrel. He was taken to the station house uad the money recovered. While street ear No. 3 was going down Broad street ataiapid rate this morning the horse fell. The conductor triad to stop the car but could not do so. The car ran on the horee and tbo animal was extricate I with some difficulty It will probably die. A uegro boy uamed Joe Brown was bit ten by a dog several days ago and died yes terday at 5 o’clock with all indications of the hydrophobia. * KU KLUX IN FLORIDA. They Visit a Man’s House to Hang Him, but are Repulsed. Apalachicola. Fla., Oct, 31.—Roan Brown, a young white man, living in this county, near Doyle, has apjieared before the County Judge, and male a statement that a few nights ago a party of five white men, blackened to represent negroes, appeared at his hotiae with a rope to lynch lam, Brown having been charged by rtinior w(th killing one Hall, some time ago. The men entered his house, grappled with Brown, when he shot one and the others lied. Brown has re ceived several anonymous communications frqrn supposed Ku Klux, the last one con taining a piece of rope, which the Ku Klux claim is part of one bought to hang Brown with. Broivn refuses to leave the county. He site up during the entire night with a rifle bet xveen his knees. He has become so frightened that ho is afraid to walk out by himself. On sunny shoi-es of tropic isles. Where all the yar bright verdure smile*. Constant fragrance fills the uir; Yet w ill SOZODONT compare With those odors of tiie South, While it cleanses teeth and mouth. Read Weisbein’s now "ad.” in to-day’s issue carefully; it will tell you of things xvortb knowing. Oak, Pine and Llgbtwood, For sale by It. K. Uas-els. corner Taylor and Last Broad street* Tclcoh ino No. il 2 ATHENS’ GUESTS. They Visit Lucy Cobb Institute and the State University. Athens, Ga., Oct. 31. --This morning Miss Winnie Davis, Mrs. Ilayes and party visited the Lucy Cobb Institute and home school. They met with a hearty welcome at i both places. At the institute after an im- I promptu entertainment Miss Davis | was presented with a pretty bouquet of j flowers. At the home school she was given i a beautiful diamond pin. After leaving the female school the l arty vi-ited the University of Georgia. In the library m the university Miss Davis and Mrs. Hav s we e introduced to the students, anil shook hands Willi I young mei . The party next vr-ii-sl the agricultural, chemical and engineering department- ol the university, and the ladies seemed very much entertained by the different depart ments of the college. Both -Mi— Winnie and Mrs. Hayes are daily winning the lit-arts ot the Athens [atopic, and are loved on iheir own as well as for the sake of their illustri ous father. This afternoon a lunch was tendered them by Mr. and Mrs. William Nevilt, and to-night a reception wa- given them by Jeptha Rucker at his elegant new home on Mi Hedge avenue. The crowd to attend the Northeast Georgia fair has commenced to arrive. Hon. A. H. Colquitt arrived tonight, and will open the fair to-morrow. The trains on all the railroads are crowded. GEORGIA'S CAPITAL CITY. The Circuit Court's Tribute tothe Late Justice Woods. Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 31. —In the United States Circuit Court to-day, the memorial aud resolution for the lute Justice Woods were submitted by the committee. Judge Erskine was chairman of the committee, nut after a brief eulogy, introduced Hon. Henry W. Hilliard, wtiohad at th request of the committee prepared the memorial. The memorial wan a sketch of the lute ju rist with a high tribute to his career in every walk of life. The usual resolutions were offered by District Attorney Hill, aril the memorial and resolutions were spread upon the minutes aud copies sent to the family. The grand jury of Chattooga county has found that the late tax collector, J. Wil lia ms, has failed to report and return the collection of certain special taxes, and has reported his shortcomings to the Comp troller, who has issued a fi. fa. against Mr. W illiams for the amount. A fi. fa. was also issued by the Comptroller to-day against the Southern Telegraph Company for failing to make return- and pay the tax for the third quarter of this year, 813<j 02, with the penalty added of thrice the tax. THROWN FROM HIS BUGGY. An Accident Which May Result in an Augusta Man’s Death. Augusta, Ga., Oct. 31. —Andrew OTlal lorau, while out riding this evening with John Burke, a public school teacher, met with a serious accident, which may result fatally. They were ridiug in a sulky on the Sand Hills, when their horse became un manag able. Mr. O'Halloran was thrown against a tree with great force. He was picked up in an unconscious condition and carrio i to Mrs. Woods’. After receiving medical attention he was removed to his home in t he city The right side of lii-t face was badly mutilated, fie is now bleeding internally and is lying in a precarious condition. Mr. O’Halloran is well known in Augusta. THE QUARANTINE. Another View Taken of It—Lightering Cargoes. Savannah, Oct. dll. — Edit • Morning Sews: Let us take another view of quaran tine and sea what is there now. We And the Amykos still there. No? That seems hardly possible, but it is a fact. She lias been there since Sept, B—eighty-five days since her de parture from St Jag-> de Cuba, and fifty one days at the mouth of our river, all t lie crew in health. Can there be any possible reason in such detention? She certainly is x memorable example of our quarantine system, and the Mnratime Exchanges the world over are beginning to understand our regulations, to our injury. Nothing was said in my last, about light ering her cargo. It read, that in response to an inquiry ns to the time when ‘‘the ship would be allowed to come up,” the Mayor under date of Sen. 13, replied referring to rhe Inst clause of sec.lon 'J, and section 11. Section II reads. "That from May 1 to No vember 1, of each year, and longer" (think of it, ox er six months maybe) "if the Board of Sanitary x Vmmissioners shall so determine, no vessel (‘in sick ness or in health,') arriving at this port from any infected or suspected locali ty, will be allowed to come 100 this city with cargo in hold.’’ So neither length of voy age, condition of the crew or cargo, nor bill of health are of any moment,. It is an iron clad six months b!6o *a l We will see if it does amount to a six mouths blockade, if the law is enter end. Heading further on the section says, "Such cargoes will be requir ed to be lightered from the quarantine sta tion under Mich requirements as the Board of Sanitary C immissiou may px-eseribe.” In the case of the “Amykos,” the Health Officer says “it was decided by the insur ance agencies, aid others ! mving control of the bark Amykos that there was no hurry," and they proferrei to have her remain to lightering her t argo. That the insurance agencies were in no hurry to take the extra risk will probably tie commended. But what of the owners of the vessel, owners of the cargo and Captain! W"re these three important factors all in no hurry? Was' the interest ae, ount against vessel and cargo and cost of crew of no moment? The Health Officer says “her cargo could have been lightered to the city at any time.” The subject of lightering was not in tended to be further discussed, hut as it has been touched upon, it may be interesting to learn some f the difficulties under which lightering has been done at this port. The instructions issued to Weed & Corn well for lightering their coffiv were that "a lighter and crew of acclimated men will lie allowed to go alongside the bark Anna, and receive cargo between sunrise anil sunset of each day; upon sunset the lighter and crew” must, leave the bark and anchor one mile from the quarantine station. Mr. Weed stated in his letter of Oct. 6 that it was impossible to bring up the cargo on those terms, and he stared at the meet ing of committee of the Hoard of Trade and the Sanitary Board at th" Exchange that, he never could and never did conform to the permit, but ignored some of its pro visions, and was compelled to, to get his cargo. Now, let us see whut happened to C. I/. Gilbert A Cos. A permit was issued to them to lighter cargo of coffee upon the following terms in 1 sB4: That when permission Is given for lighter to goto qtuxrantir:* station io fake cargo from vessel, such lighter must Be moored and tluit no cmr (mark this fi mu the city will be allowed to remain txi t!ie quarantine station, on, or with the lighter has-t;i.,t >. the transfer of cargo must lie made by the mu of vessel bring ing same to this port. Il is also made a requisite to omaiii such permit tbar i he consignee of such cargo must have the lighter provided witli a sufficiency of two inch strip of wood, in order that riu h hug of i offer or oilier such ill have three of such strips bet ween it and tlfelng above an ! lielow it (tine hanging gardens). This precaution is taken in order that the cargo will admit, when on hoard of the lighter, of satisfac tory fumigation. Under such conditions, "no crew" I icing allowed on the lighter, how could the Amy kos, witii seven men—the crew all tolil —unload and store on lighter hogsneu.ls or puncheons of rum weighing I,‘JOO to 1,3(11) pounds'? No one at interest would take such risks. Ho tiie law in force was a blockade to Iter. How did C. L. Gilbert & Cos. manage xvi'ii their |iermit? And what was done with the two-inch sticks? Why, of course, they had out one lliijip, to do. The tieauti ful ni1.,.; Imtiging gardens were a bun- TIIE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1887. doned mid the mass of two-inch sticks anil scuff'Ming were thrown into the bottom of the light-i 1 , where they should linve been put. and the coffee • -rei'diy loaded on the ligi.tor, in direct cun : f'i with tee terms of i lie permit. The pun. gof coffee on a scaffold to blow the smoke through was impossible, but something was blown— trade of forty years' stealing, and of ben efit to fi o city, was blown out of existence, and enforced the six months' blockade for vessel wi'h cargo in hold. Fair Play. Weather Indications. Special indications for Georgia, 1 A! ft South Carolina, Eastern and West _____ern Florida: Wanner, fair weath er, light to fresh northerly winds. Comparison of moan touipnrarure at Savan nah, OoL. and 1887, aud the mean of same ilay for fifteen years. Departure Total Mean Temperature from the Departure 1 Mean Since for 15 v care Oct. 31 *3“ j --or Jan. 1,1557 ao 48" i- lt.oj _-^_SSC.O tvmprarive mintall : Anunintfop A ™T‘ he DirnrtL A.nomihir for M ,. a!l gliic-o 10 A ears. Oct. 31. 8.. _„ r _ ,j an . j 1887. _ 1 ’ :*.' 00 - 12 j -1113 Maximum temperature 54. minimum turn peratuie 43 The height of the river at Augusta at 1:88 o'clock p. m. yesterday < Augusta time) was 8 s feet—no chance during the past twenty-four nonrs. Colton Region Bulletin for 34 hours end ing bp. m., Oct. 31 1887. 75th Meridian time. Districts. I Average. Name Max. Min. Rain -1 uons. Temp Temp fail. 1. Atlanta j H L 0 38 .00 2. Augusta. 12 ft* 36 .10 3. Charleston j 8 52 -12 .10 4. (lalvesum I 17 | •*.) ! 38 (Xf 5. Little Hock | !! 7 * 50 00 6. Memphis ; lfl 58 82 .00 :. Mobil*? H M ; 84 00 8. Montgomery .*> 58 34 .on 0. New Orleans. .. . U 64 34 0 IP Savannah 13 60 38 Ot 11. Vicksburg 4 30 T* 12. Wilmington 8 ■ 36 J.M) Av#*nuf**< *T denotes trace of rainfall. Olisorvati ms taken at the sainx moment of time at ad stations. Savannah. Oct. 31. 3: <A p. w.. city time. Temperat are. Direction. 5 — * Velocity. f P liainfail. Name or Stations. Portland ( 40 N .....( lear. Boston. 42 X Clear. Block Island 48 N E t loudy. New York city . 48 N E ... (’loudy. Philadelphia ... 46 N ...Cloudy. Detroit 42 N\V dear. r\>rt Buford 46 ■ ....<’.ear, St. Vincent 36 S (dear. Washington city.. 44 X 04 Ohnidy. Norfolk.. . . 46 X 30 20<’5>udy. Cliarlotte. 42 N\Y n 08 hair. II altera* Tuosville 54 W . Clear. Wilmington 42 NW 20 04 Kaininj^. Charleston 48 W , Clear. Autfusia 41 W I • lear. Savannah 48 N 2 (’.ear. Jacksonville 51 W a C*car. Cedar Keys 52, X ] j .. Clear. Key West 68 NW 12 . Cloudy. Atlanta 44 NW h (’i'Nir. Pensacola 52 OV . Clear. Mobile. . 62 NW .. Clear. Montgomery ... 50' W. j . Clear. Vicksburg: 54j8W ... < kir. Now (Orleans 52 W 0 Clear. Shreveport i 56 W . | ... Char. Fort Smith 56 NW (’lear. Galveston. 58 S Clear. Corpus Christi i 62 E 6 .. (le ir. Paiestme 60 SW 6 ... ( M *ar. Browme*ville 58 N E C Clear. Riodmnde 6() E * lear. Knoxville 44 < ’lear. Memphis 54 SW C-‘ar. Nashville 44 * lear. Indianapolis 46 Wi Clear. Cincinnati 46 Clear. Pittsburg 42' N | (’lear. Buffalo . 40 N iClear. Cleveland 48 N Clear. Manjuette 31 NW ...Clear. Chicago 46 N .. Clear. Duluth 40 N E . .. Clear. St. Paul 48 ... i ... Clear. Davenport 40 . ( lear. Cairo 46 E CVar. St. Louis 5i E J Clear. I/oavenworth... 52| ... . Clear. Omaha j 6d N . clear. Yankton 5o W (’lear. Bismarck 40 N E (‘iar. Dead wood i 41 S W .. (’l^ar. Cheyenne I 44 W ( lear. North Platte i 58 N . clear. Dodge City 56 8 W . C lear Santa Fe j 50, E ;..! jc’iear. *T denotes trace of rainfall. G. N. Salisuckt Signal Corps. “Golden Medical Discovery”—the great blood-purifier. Black, Nutt aud Brown Btiff Hats, the latest, at Belsinger’s, 24 Whitaker street. A Cold Wave Coining. Overcoats will be in demand. The “Famous,” 144 Congress, corner Whitaker streets, has received from the Factory a line assortment of Overcoats and Winter Suits for Men, Youths and Boys, which are sell ing at Factory prices, ’fo dispel any doubt about our saving you from $2 50 to $5 on an Overcoat or Suit, go look at. the prices our eonqietitovs give you, then come to us and be convinced. We still have Boys’ Knee Pants, Blue Hate and Polo Caps at 20c.; worth 50c. P P. 1* The weather to-day will be fair and warmer. NOT- IN BED FOR SEVEN YEARS. Sweet Sleep and Perfect llealtli RESTORED BY THE USE OF Prickly ash, Poke root, Potassium. Lake City. Fi.a., Juno 24. 1886. C. H. Newman, of L ike ( try, I-'ia , nays his wife suiTeml lor seven year* with a complication ot disease;*, of which Aathinu was the most prev.iiunt. Sh< has not laid dowu In bil fbr seven years. lie has ejqwiuied all tin* m ney hk ImsiueKfc has made him in that time for medicine, physicians, etc., to obtain relief for her, but without any miccens whatever. He was advised by phvsi ciaiLS to try P. P. P. He dually did ho, expecting to derive no UmetU, out after taking less than two bottles eruptions appeared all over and she imme<iiately beyaa to improve, and now her skin is perfectly clear. She sl*Hps Houudly every imrht on an ordinary pillow and her general health has not btvn l etter in years. Mr. Newtnan, who is a mer chant in I,ake City, is very enthusiastic over the cure, and thinks it the grandest blood ptu ifler and tonic of the a^e. P. P. P. is a home remedy; is no secret, but a regular physi cian’s prescription, prepared in the most careful manner, and from materials that are always fresh and reliable. P. P. P. is tne Greatest Tonic in the market. For Sale by all Medicine Dealers. DR. WHITEHEAD can be consulted daiiv tit the office of the Company, Odd Fellows' Hull Building, without i/.io Prescriptions an I examii irion A.r. vli ( ins by mail will also is c— > i-. o"• ,o on. |„u FU N'KRAI, IN VITATIONS. BAKER. The friends and acquaintances of Mary Baker. TiuiMous Barnwell and Louisa Sampson are united to attend the funeral of Mare Baker, from tier late residence on Ran dolph street, between South Broad and Presi dent streets, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock. M EETINGB. OGLETHIiRPE LODGE NO. I, I. O. O. V. Savannah. Ga.. Nov. 1, 1887. Officers and members are enjoined to assemble THIS EVENING promptly at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of receiving a representative of Falls t it.v I,odge, No. I'Jl, I’atersou, New Jersey, who has been sent to this city oil a special mission to Oglethorpe Lodge. A full attendance is specially desired Mem bers of sister La .dges and visiting brothers are cordially invited The Brand Master will also make an official visitation. By order of JO IN s. HAINES, Noble Grand. .1- II H. OsiuWNh, (secretary. Deli A 1.8 LUIHIK, AO. , I. O. O. F. Tile officers an,l ;n< mhers of tills Lodge are earnestly reuuu-td lo a. semMe promptly at K o'clock Tills EVENING to visit our sister Lodge, Og!etb<tr]>e No. 1. inti tiody. The object of Die meeting K one of importance and of gen eral interest to the order in tins city. 11. W. KALL, N. G. John Rilev. Secretary. H\\ t.WVH Ullh.K \n. 1153, K. OF H. A regular me t,ng of this isxlge wdl lie held Tills EVENING at s,. ck k.at No. Charl ton street. M. J. EPSTEIN, Dictator. L. W. Landeeshine. Reporter. (OM EUKImK \ I I EltANh ASbOCIA TIOY Savannah. Nov. 1, 1887. The regular quarterly meeting of the Confed erate Veterans Association will be held in the Court House at H .VI V.. THIS EVENING. Come prepared to mv : avs, LAFAYETTE MrLAWS, President. Jno. li. Billon, secretary. TIIE GKIIAIW t >ILII 1C V \ MUTUAL LOAN AMI IH IMHVt; ASSOCIATION. The fourteenth (Hi regular monthly meeting of this associati m will Is* n.-ld THIS (Tuesday) EA'ENINO. at s o'clock, at the office of Hie Secretary, 107 Bay st ivet. JOHN SCHWARZ, President. _S. L. Lazakon, Secretary. GERMAN KIBE COMPANY. A meeting of this Company will he held THIS (Tnesdayi EVENING at 8 o'clock. Punctual attendance is requested. JOSEPH ROOS, President. MEKTIAG OF THE STOCKHOLDER.* OF THE CITIZENS' Mi l l lb LOAN COM I’AA'%. There will be a meeting of the stockholders of the CITIZENS' MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY at the Metropolitan llall, on WEDNESDAY, Nov. i, 1887. at 8 o'clock r. m., to take into con sideration the merger of said company into the Citizens' Bank of Savannah, and such other business as may be brought before the meeting. By order of the Board of Directors. GEORGE C. FREEMAN. Treasurer. OGLETHORPE REAL ESTATE COM PAW. Savannah, Ga.. Oct. 22, 1887. A meeting of the stockholders of this Com pany will be held at Metropolitan Hall on TUES DAY EVENING. Nov. 1. 1887. at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of considering resolutions for the alienation of the property of this Company. E. A. WEIL, President. Ed. F. Nbufville, Secretary. SPECIAL NOTICES.* Advertisements inserted under "Special Notices" wili be chaiyed SI 00 a Square each insertion. NOTICE. Savannah, Nov. Ist, 1887. Public notice is hereby given Hint on the first day of September, 1887, the "Upper Steam Rice Mills” passed into the hands of ROBERT H. COLEMAN, of Cornw.ill.'l'ennsylvmiia, and is a matter of record in this county. The business is conducted unler the name Upper Rice Mill Company. HUGH M. MAXWELL, Treasurer. Mr. R B. HABERSHAM remains with the mills as Manager. I would take this occasion to say that the mills were never in totter order than at present to maintain their well known reputation for good work; and all business intrusted to them will receive car Tut a id-prompt attention. Appreciating the putronageaireadyextended, a share of tne trade i imiu planters and dealers generally, is respectfully solicited. HUGH M. MAXWELL, Treasurer. KNIGHTS OF PYTHI VS H ALL AS*o< I.A TIO.Ni. State of Weather. The third installment on the stock on the above association is now due anil payable to the un dersigned at his office in new I’ytuiau Hall, southeast corner York and Barnard streets. Of lice open TUESDAY and SATURDAY EVEN INGS, from Ist to 15th iust., from 8 to 8 p. m. VVm. McHARRIE, Treasurer, NOTICE. The undersigned have this day formed a ( o partnership under the firm name of ADAMS & FLEMING, for the purpose of conducting the General Produce anil Butcher business, at the corner or Liberty and Whitaker streets. We herewith solicit the trade of our friends and the public in general. AARON ADAMS, TTIOS. W, FLEMING, NOTICE. I am with Mr. R. 11. Tatem in the Real Estate, Auction and Commission business, and respect fully solict the patronage of my friends. JNO. T. ROWLAND. NOTICE. All bills against the British steamship CAR TAGENA must be presented at our office by 12 o'clock noon, THIS DAY, or payment will be debarred. WILDER <S CO., Agents. NOTICE. All bills against the British steamship GLAD IOLUS, Sinclair Master, must be presented at our office by or before 12 o'clock, midday, THIS DAY, the Ist Nov., or payment thereof will be debarred. A. MINIS & SONS, Consignees. NOTICE, All bills against the steamship BAYLEY, Child Master, must be presented at our office by or before 12 o'clock, midday, THIS DAY, the Ist Nov., or payment thereof will Ire debarred. A. MINIS & SONS, Consignees. DR. HENRY b COLDING, DENTIST. Office corner Jones and Drayton streets. ULMER’S LIVER CORRECTOR. This vegetable preparation is invaluable for the restoration of tone and strength to the sys tem. For Dyspepsia, Constipation and other Ills, caused by a disordered liver, It cannot be excelled. 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What is said of the company: "If was th® perfection of acting.’’ TUESDAY. -A EAIR ENCOUNTER,” and Coleman’s 5 act Comedy, “HEIR AT LAW.” Mr. (,’lai'keappears in two opposite characters, “Dr. PanglOM, LL.D. and A.S.S.” and "Eekiel Homespun." WEDNESDAY, Oliver Goldsmith’s Old English 5-act Comedy, “SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER." THURSDAY,Groat Double Bill, “THE ROUND TRIP ami “TOODLES.” Seats now on sale at DAVIS BROS Next attraction—J. B. POLK. Nov. 9. BOOTS AND shoes. WHAT A ~ Horrible Fate IT IS FOR A Person TO BE Ttiil Id Deatli. This terrible event can be luckily avoided by making your purchases of us. for once you call and sec our goods, no talk is necessary. Notice tlie following desirable STYES and PRICES of our footwear: Ladies’ Bright Dongola Button, Opera Toe or Common Sense, l) and E Widths . $2 00 Ladies' Fine Curaeoa Kid Button, Half French Heel, Opera and Common Sense, C, I) E 2 50 Ladies' Fine Glove-Fitting Button, All Styles and Widths 3 00 Ladies’ Fiuest Kid Button, Hough i Fords’Make, C, DE 3 50 Ladies’ French Kid. Vamp Button, Hand-Sewed, Turned and Machine Sewed 4 00 We guarantee these goods absolutely cheaper for Quality, Style and Workmanship, than are sold by any store in the city. Not only that we carry the above Popular Styles, but are Leaders of Fashionable Shapes of I Julies’ Finest Foot wear, in French, Dongola, Curaeoa, Kid, and Pebble and Straight Goat Button Boots. Ma chine-Sewed, Hand Welts, and Hand-Sewed Turns, in widths of B, C, D and E, on Opera Toe. Common Sense and Waukenphast Lasts. In any of the above goods we guarantee you a fit, like the SHOE WAS MOULDED OVER YOUR FOOT. Our Men’s, Boys’. Misses’ and Children's Shoes everybody knows are RELIABLE, and that our STYLES are hard to beat. BYCK BROS. rat GOODS. I AM PREPARED TO OFFER A VERY AT TRACTIVE STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER Dress Boods Among which will be found RARE GEMS IN COMBINATION SUITS. (NO TWO ALIKE.) My stock of domestics in SHEETING, SHIRT ING, PILLOW-CASE COTTONS are unsur passed. CALIFORNIA and WIIITNER BLANKETS in variety. INFANTS’ and CRIB BLANKETS, TABLE DAMASK NAPKINS, DOYLIES and a great variety of HUCKand DAMASK TOWELS from 20c. to 90c. GERMAINE’S, 132 Broughton street, next to Furher s. groceries] NICHOLAS LANG, 19 Barnard Street, Savannah, Ga., Only Depot in the State —FOR THE— Smoked Meats, Bolognas and Sausages OF THE FAMOUS MANUFACTURE 07 Albert Peiser, New York, ACKNOWLEDGED THE BEST GOODS ON THE CONTINENT. STRICTLY “KOSHER” ONLY —ALSO— KOSHER BEEF FAT, A superior article for Frying and Cooking pur poses, and cheap in price. Also headquarters for SWISS CHEESE, GER MAN PICKLES, etc., etc., IMPORTED and DOMESTIC GROCERIES in full line. FOR SALE. FOE lALE, A Good Newspaper in a Live and Prosperous Georgia Town. \NYONE desiring to purchase a daily and weekly paper in one or the most prosper ous towns in Georgia can do so now if applica tion is made at once. Reason for selling pro prietor iras been in ill health and has too much other business to'engage his attention. Outflt is nearly new and paper doing a good business, and now. in the height of the business season* is the time to purchase. Address for particulars G. S., care Satannah News, Savannah, Ga. ORDERS FOR RULING. PRINTING, BINDING, OR BLANK BOOKS. Will always have careful attention. GEO. N. NIUIOLS, PRINTER AND BINDER, 83 Vi Buy Street. CLOTHING. AT SKA! So muny dazzling promises are held out that the would-be buyer is now puzzled as to which IS the best place to provide himself with Winter Clothing. We offer no inducements beyond a chance to select from the LARGEST STOCK, GREATEST VARIETY, BEST QUALITY, LOWEST PRICES, And rest our reputation on these claims. The public doesn't expect nor claim more. DRESS SUITS, BUSINESS SUITS, OVERCOATS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, FURNISHINGS. HATS, NECKWEAR, FURNISHINGS FOR GENTS, YOUTHS, BOYS AND CHILDREN. Come and see us, and if we can’t treat you as well ot* better than any other house, try else where, 161 CONGRESS. B. H. LEVY & BRO. PItOPOSA LS WA N I ED* SEALED BIDS F<>R COUNTY BONDS. Madison. Fla., October 7, 1887. OBALED BlDs will tx* received by the Board O or County > ommissioners of Madison county, at the ‘ Term's office in Madison, until the 13th DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1887, for the purchase of all or any part of the issue of the Coupon Bonds of Madison county, limited in amount to seventy-five thousand dollars, of the denominations of five hundred and one hundred dollars each (one hundred and twenty-five of each denomination) and bearing interest at the rate of six (<) ner centum per annum. Princi pal payable at the office of the County Treasury in Madison, Florida, on the first day of June, A. I). 1912. Redeemable at the pleasure of the County Commissioners at any time after the first Jay of .June, A. 1). 1892. ’Coupons for in terest payable at the County Treasury on the first day of June in each ami every year. All bids for bonds shall specify amount of bonds bid for, the time when the bidder will comply with his bid. and shall specify whether bid is in current money or in past due indebted ness of the county. No bids entertained below par. The County Commissioners reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Address CHANDLER H. SMITH, Chairman Board County Commissioners Madi son County, Fla. SHOES. W. L. DOUGLAS $3 3HOEa%o^ypj|^ The only S3 SEAMLESSI ;lp®o| Shoe In the world, with-I out tacks or nails. / Xl Finest Calf perfect and warranted. < oDgresa ,> **/ fIoCK co \ Button and Lace, all uj % style* toe. As stylish A* ’ eqJm and durable as those 1 costing $5 or $6. Roy Jr A/ .ci all wear the W. Jr 'v L. DOUGLAS>C fN*m* tod pm* *t®ped o* b*tv>m of each Sbo*.J W. L. DOUGLAS #3.50 SHOE is nnex. celled for beavv tvt-ar. If not sold by your dealei write W. U. DOUGLAS. Brockton, Mast. FOR SALE BY BYCK BROS. SOLE AGENTS, Savannah - - Cfa. TV PK-WRITKIta ■ASK YOl’R MAHON EH FOH IT. LSS—L t l ff-/ f ',“l Does the work of one costing SIOO. Indorsed by LEADING BUSINESS MEN. GEO. BECKER & CO., 30 Great Jones St., New York City. Send for Circular. iSUpiSK Schooner LOTTA BELLE has just arrived with a weli selected cargo of Bananas & Cocoanuis. Arriving by every steamer APPLES, changes. Malaga grapes, nuts, rais ins, ONIONS, POTATOES, BEETS, CAB BAGES, TURNIPS, etc., etc. O 170 BAY STREET. Ka-ViLnauijli Ar Hronnan. IKON WORKS. McMoil k Bailantyns, IRON FOUNDERS,’ Machinists, Boiler Makers and Blacksmiths, MANUFACTTOERS OF STATIONARY and PORTABLE ENGINES, VERTICAL and TOP RUNNING CORN MILLS, SUGAR MILLS and PANS. \ GENTS for Alert and Union Injectors, the simplest and most effective on the market; Guilett Light Draft Magnolia Cotton Gin, the best in the market. All orders promptly attended to. Send for Prioe List. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. 33. HULL, Wholesale Grocer, Flour, Hay, Grain and Provision Dealer. YMIESH MEAL and GRITS in white sacks. -T Mill stuffs of al! kinds. Georgia raised SPANISH PEANUTS, also COW PEAS, every variety. Choice Texas Red Bust Proof Oats. Special prloes car load lots HA Y and GRAIN. Prompt attention given all orders and satis faction guaranteed. OFFICE, ft ABERCORN STREET. WAREHOUSE, No. 4 WAPLEY STREET, on line Central Railroad. STEAM LAUNDRY. Wanted™ Lace Curtains, Collars, Cuffs and Shiris TO DO UP LIKE NEW. SAVANNAH STEAM LAUNDRY, 131 Congress Street. t3P~ All goods arc insured against loss by fire. MERCHANTS, manufacturers, mechanics, corporatloiiH, and all others in n<Hd of printing, lithographing, ami blank books can have tbeir orders promptly filled, at moderate PRINTING UOUbE, 3 Whitaker otrecu BOYS’ CLOTHING, jUARPETs, ETc IE Hogan. is’ mini. M o will place on sale on MONDAY MORNING 500 as handsome Boys’ Suits as can be found south of New York Prices of tailor-made and per fect-iitting suits are for better grades $6 50, $7 50, $8 50 $9 and $9 50. Also a large variety, fully 500, just as durable, but not as fine, at the following prices • $1 75, $2 25, $2 50, S3 50. $4, $4 50, and $5. SPECIAL SALE OF Tapestry and Ingrain Carpets DURING THE ENSUING WEEK. One lot Tapestry Carpets at 65c. per yard. One lot 3-Ply All Wool Car pets at 85c. per yard. One lot All Wool Extra- Supers at 60c. per yard. One lot Ingrain Carpets at 55c. per yard. One lot Ingrain Carpets at 50c. per yard. One lot Ingrain Carpets at 40c. per yard. One lot Ingrain Carpets at 22 ac. per yard. 500 Smyrna Rugs RANGING PRICE FROM 85c. Eaoh to $lO. We want AGENTS in every city and town. BIG COMMISSIONS. CANTON MATTINS. 100 rolls fresh Canton Mat ting, ranging in price from 20c. to 50c. per yard. SpMnp Will also Ue found in the fol lowing goods during this week: Silks, Satins, Dress Goods, Cloaks, Shawls, Lace Curtains and Curtain Goods, Flannels, Blankets, Bed Com forts, Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets, Ladies’ and Gents’ Silk Umbrellas, etc., etc. Daniel Hop HOTELS. NEW HOTEL TOGNI (Formerly St. Mark's.) Nevvnan Street, near Bay. Jacksonville, Fla WINTER AND SUMMER. r IUTE MOST central House In the city. Nest 1 Post Office, Street Cars and ai! Ferries. New and Elegant Furniture. Electric Bel l3 ' I Baths, Etc. $4 60 to per day. JOHN 11. TOWNI, ih-oprietor. ! DUE’S SCREVEN HOUSE. I r |’'HlS POPULAR Hotel Is now provided wt* Ia Passenger Elevator (the only one in tlw 1 city) and has been remodeled and newly nislied. The proprietor, who by recent purchs 3 * is also the owner of the establishment, spare* neither pains nor expense in the entertainnwm of his guests. The patronage of Florida visit ors is earnestly invited. The table of tuo Screven House* is supplied with every luj’jfv that the markets at home or abroad can affotu . , T|T , | , , WOOS. A. S. BACON, Planin. Mill, l.nmlirr and IVaod ltd Liberty and East Broad sts., Savannah. Ga. \ I.L Planing Mill work correctly and prompt a Y ly done. Good stock Dressed and Ko.im J.umber. FIRE WOOD, Ouk, Pine, LightwetO and Lumber JOndlinsa.