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•/savannah, GA.. Octobir 23,^888
Cocoaout Oil Soap at P. B. Reid’s.
Mr/ John T.‘White of Anga9ta, wa«
in tl je, city for seyeral days this weak,
gfe 'll is* numerous friends in Savannah were
it glad t» see him and he was especially
f welcomed at the Tribune office.
The fcry is L. Fried is the plact for
I Shirts, Collars and Cuffs.
A standing notice of the rpgnlar
meetings of Masonic and Odd Fellows
Lodges will be is inserted in the Trib
- UN'E, free of charge, lor the benefit of
brethren of the Orders if furnished us-
The Colquitt Blues has received
thirty two breach loading 50-calibre
Springfield rifles, and the Lone Star
O dets eight additional to what they
have already received. The companies
of Firs Battalion are now armed with
b eech Hades,
Imported Tooth, Nail and Hair Brush
es, prices to suit., at P. B. Reid's.
The Tribune is published every
Saturday and we desire to publish a
church directory announcing the
srv ees for Sunday, for the conveni
ence ol our readers If the pastors of
churches will give us the infornmation
by Friday night we will gladly make
Misses Emmie DeLamotta, and Anna
Deveaux arrived from Athens on Sat
urday last, iu which city they had been
for the past two months as guests of
Mis. Laura McC av. Miss Emma
, Moron came dowu from Athens at the
s ine time and is stopping at Mr. and
M s. R. A. Law.
For the latest styles of Shirts, Collars
and Cuffs L. Fried’s the place.
At. the opening ot our public schools
this year about five hundred children
bad (o be turned away from the col
oed schools. The schools are now
crowded to their utmost capacity,
and we have no doubt that the Board
<4 Education will soon provide ample
school room tor the accommodation of
The funeral of Mr. Gerhard Suiter,
100 k place on last Thursday afternoon,
tbe rem tins being escorted to Laurel
G ove cemetery by Teutonia Lodge
Knights of Pythias of which he was a
member The deceased was h popular
y'ung German and was to have been
married on the very day of his death.
Tie was si> k but a very short time, and
hi- un-xpected death has oast a gloom
over his many friends in the community.
We are glad to be able to state that
Mrs. Ann LaFayette who was so unfor
tunate as to sustain the very serious
i jury ot breaking her arm by an acci
dental fall while on one of her noble
errands of mercy to a sick young lady,
i- improving as rapidly as can be expec
t d. Mrs. LaFayette has received the
deepest sympathy from the entire people
■ f our city at her misfortune, and her
speedy recovery is devoutly prayed lor
bv i hem.
The finest quality of Bath Sponges,
T i'et Waters and Extracts for the
Handkeichief in bulk, at P. B. Reid s
General Anderson is undoubtedly the
finest police chief of any city
of the size of Savannah in the
-country. With a very limited force at
bis.disposal he has mauaged to preserve
the peace in our community to a re
markable degree, and has won tor him
self a reputation for fearlessness and
impartiality in the discharge of his
duties that he may well be proud of.
It ts no fault of his nor do we venture
to say whose fault it was, pending the
investigation by Council, that tho
be irtless murderer of Rosa Poewll was
a b>wed to walk quietly ont of Savannah
tt't'-r his cowardly and atrocious crime.
The investigation will no doubt locate
the responsibility, and in the mean
time our city might supplimeut the
r ward offered by the Governor for
the arrest of the murderer before he
gets such a distance as to preclude all
1’ pe of his being brought back to
en.-wer for his crime.
Go to L. Fried for your Pleated White
and Fancy Shirts.
Buy The Tribune.
The Tribune can be found for sale
at the following places :
J. J. Jefferson, West Broad near
Jas. B. Alston, 43 Whitaker street.
J. 11. Johuson, East Broad and
J. B. Sheftall, Anderson and Whita
P. B. Braswell, Masonic Temple,
( A. H. GastoD, Bryan street rear M,
L< wis Mizell, at 33 Drayton street.
Go to JL Fried for your fancy Percal
The Late Dr. P. H. Coker.
The of Dr. Patrick Henry
Coker which occured on the 8 h of
Lsf month was a great loss the people
of this cuy who had learned to houor
| a °d res reel him for his great abilities
as a physician, and to iove him becau-e
ot his genial qualities, kindness, at.d
generosity to the poor. It was a fitting
tribute to his memory tint the people
of Savannah assembled at St, Philip’s
A. M E. church, on Monday afterno u
the 27th ultimo, to testify the hgh
regard in which he was held by them.
The memorial exercises were opened
by Rev. Alexander Harris, who an
nounced the programme tor the oc. a
sion. The exercises were then gone
through with as follows:
Prayer by Rev James M, Simms.
Reading of Scriptures by Rev. Dina
Reading of Res dutions expressive of
the sentiments of the community to
wards deceased, by W. H. Harris who
also delivered appropriate remarks.
Remarks by Col. John H Deveaux,
who seconded the adoption ot the reso
Adoption of the resolutions, and
closing remarks by Rev. M. B. Salter,
who was the pastor and intimate friend
of the deceased.
The exercises were interspersed by
appropriate hymns sung by the choir.
The church was crowded with an audi
ence of refined and cultured people
who fully appreciated the worth of the
lamented dead The services were
very impressive and the people visibly
affected by the solemnity of the occasion
The afflicted fimily received the deep
est sympathy from all iu their sad be
IN MEMORY OF
Thomas A. MiHedge.
At a regular communication of Hil
ton Lodge. No. 2, F. A. M , held April
14th, 188 H the following preamble and
resoluti >ns were unanimously ad apted
Whereas, it has pleased the Great
Architect of the Universe to rem ive
from our midst our late brother Thomas
A. Milledae, and
Whereas, it is but just that a fitting
recogniiion of his many virtues should
be had: Thor f ire be it
Resolved , by Hilton Lodge. No 2.
F. A, M. on the registry of the Grand
Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted
Mnsous, that while we bow with humble
submisi mi to the will of the most high,
we do not the less mourn ior our brother
who has been taken from us.
Resolved, that in the death of Thomas
A. Milledge, ibis lodge laments the lost
of a brother who was ever ready to
proffer the hand of aid and the voice
of sympathy to the needy and distressed
of the fraternity, a friend and companion
who was dear to us all, a citizen whose
upright and noble life was a standard of
emulation to his fellows.
Resolved, that we tenderly condole
with the family of our dece sed brother
in their hour of trial and affliction, and
devoutly commend them to the keeping
of him who looks with pitying eye upon
the widowed and fatherless.
Resolved, that these resolutions be
spread upon the record of the Lodge
and a copy thereof be transmitted to
the family of our deceased brother.
Franklin F. Jones, 4
Milton G. Robertson, v Committee.
Jackson B. Sheftall, \
The election for a Gaptain of the
Forest City Light Infantry caused by
the resignation of Capt. L. M, Pleasant,
resulted in the unanimous election ol
Ex-Lieutenant James R. Middleton to
the position. Joseph L. Mirault was
elected Second Lieutenant to fill the
vacancy caused by the resignation ot
Joseph F, Garey, who held the position
for the la»t seven years. The following
named gentlemen acted as superinten
dents of the election : Messrs. Andrew
E, Robins >n, J >hn B. Savage aud
G. C. Deveaux. The Oglethorpe Brass
Band enlivened the occasion with sever
al well selected peices, and the greatest
enthusiasm prevailed among the men
which augurs well for the future- of this
gallant corps. After the election the
company complimented their new com
mander with a serenade at his residence.
Savaunah was again considerably
shaken up by an earthquake on Friday
morning. The shock took place about
5 o’clock and lasted from ten to twenty
seconds. No damage was done to any
of the buildings so far as has been learn
ed, though every’ buildiDg rattled con
siderably. The shocks were felt over
all parts of this state and South Carolina
Great appiehentii.n lor Charleston was
expressed everywhere, especially among
those who have seen the city and know
the precarious condition of many of her
buildings Another very perceptible
tremor was experienced at 2:30 o’clock
p, m. of the suae day. While the
quakes covered a very extensive area
the telegraph does not report any serious
i damage anywhere.
Go to L. Fried lor your aud
PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT
j BOARD and LODGING.
BY S, B. GRANT,
...Corner Liberty and Reynolds Streets,
(Opposite S. F. A \V, It. It. Depot.)
Accommodations good. Rates reason
able. Splendid location. LODGING 25
cents PER NIGHT.
xNEVVLY FITTED UP
LABORING MEN’S HOME
Restaurant ancC Lodging*
Wm. 8. BROWN, Prop’r.
IH2 Bryan Street, SAVANNAH, GA.
Meals at all hours. Choicest brands
of Wines, Liqu rs and Cigars always on
WHEN VINITINO MACON. GA , STOP AT
MRS. C. H. THOMPSON’S,
mm: ov je ju .
Only First-class House in the City
for the accommodation of Colored Peo
ple. Tables supplied with the best the
market affords. Convenient to business
part of the city. Terms reasonable.
Mrs C. ti. Thompson, Pr >prictress.
Fourth Street, Macon, Georgia.
Try L. Fried’s $1 Whits Reinforced
Shirts for fit aud quality.
E J CRANE
41 Whitaker St., 3d door from York,
All work guaranteed to be done in first-class
telfCash paid for Old Gold aud
Try the Elephant Over-lialls at L.
146 LIBERTY STREET,
Till RD DOOR FROM \VHITAKER.
Apply to the above for Butlers,*Clmm
ber-Mods, House Girls, Cooks, ,Wai
ters. Nurses, Hostlers, etc. #
We guarantee First-class Servants. ,
p. B. BR&SWELL &' CO.,
•t »R. THOMAS, Agent.
Ovier-halls in great variety and cheap
at L. Fried’s. \
PLAMEHS’ VAIIETV STORE ''
The place to buy your
DRY GOOD?, CLOTHING, BOOTS,
Shoes, Gent’s Furnishing Goods. Etc,,
At Wholesale and retail,
Corner Congress & Jefferson Streets,
(Graham & Hubbell’s Old Htand.)
190 Ci ogress St., 185 St. Julian St.
Particular attention paid to Country
Orders and Low Utiees guaranteed.
Try L. Fried for your Red Flannel
Shirts and Drawers.
M. J. DOYLE,
GROCERIES PROVISIONS, LIQUORS,
Hay, Grain, Tobacco Cigars &c.
market square—east side.
©ajf-The only Exclusive Cash House
iu the City —The Place for Cash Pur
Send your prescriptions to P, B, Reid
For Underwear L. Fried’s the place.
“Corn Sheller” uever fails to cure.
Corner Congress A Bui! Streets.
Telephone Call No. 100, answerer
day or night. Extracting Teeth 81
each, extracting Teeth and Artificia
Teeth a specialty. Fine qu Oity of Tooth
Powder and Tooth Brushes for sale.
Human Hair Emporium.
Ladies’ and Gents’ wigs made to or
der. A Is* Fr'nts, Toupees, Waves,
Curls, Frizzes and Hair Jewelry. We
root and make up ladies’ own combings
in any desirible style. We have chai
acter Wigs aud Beards of all kiuds to
rent for Masquerades and entertain
ments L idies and children Hair cut
ting and Shampooing. Alsu, hair dress
ing at your residence if required. We
cut and trim bangs in all ot the latest
style-. Cash paid for cut hair and
combings of all kinds All goods wil
lingly exchanged if not satisfactory.
Kid Gloves Cleaned.
R* M, BenneH,
No. a6 Whitaker street. SAVANNAH, GA.
OOSIfIH J. GRANT,
AND GENERAL JOBUINQ.
Manufacturer of GRANT’S celebrated
Cottton Gimlet for Sampli Votton,
199 CONGRESS STREET, NEAR MONTBOMEf^,
FRANKLIN F, JONES,
AT STALL\tUI,I.\ Tiff MAIIIiET,
Announces to his friends and the pub
lic that he keeps on hand a fresh supply
of the best Beef, Veal and Mutton, ul>o
all kinds of game when iu s -asou, ami
will be glad to wait on his customers a
usual with politeness and promptness.
His puces are reasonable and
lion is guaranteed. Goods delivered n
d* sired. Don’t fotget, Stall 31.
The O.HI Reliable
WOULD Inform bis friends and the public
that lie still holds the fori at Ills old stand
corner Houth Broad and Kast Boundry st reets,
where he keeps on hand, constantly, a full
supply of fiesli BEEF, VKAL, MUTTON,
FORK. KISH, POULTRY, EGGH, GAMK
and all kinds of Vegetables.
Prices reasonable—to suit the times. Goods
delivered if desired.
Edward B. Campbell,
Wholesale and Retail
Cor Wheaton and East Boundary streets.
Beef, Mutt in, Veal, Pork. Sausages,
Poultry. Vegetables, &e.
Articles fresh aud of the beet quality
Orders pr« niptly filled and delivered
free to any part of the city.
55 Drayton Street.
Children and Ladle*’ Hali-cuttlng and
Shampooing a .specialty. Shaving neatlv done.
Customers private mugs. Open from 0 a. in.
until 11:iiO p. m. Sundays, (j a. in., to 10 a. m.
Ik You Want Fikht-Clahs Work (Jo To
Jaxnes B. Alston,
N 0.43, WHITAKER STREET.
Shaving, Hair-cutting, Shampooing and
all kinds of work in his line done with neat
ness and dispatch, and as cheap as the Cheap
est Children Hair-cutting and and the honing
ot Razors given special attention.
The Ins Buter Hair Drssssr.
Corner We«t Broad and Congress Streets
Respectfully Inform the public that he is
now prepared to do all kinds of work in his
iine, at the cheapest rates. Children and La
dies’Hall cutting a specialty. Call and give
him a trla ; 1 adore going (lsewhere. Open Sun
days from 6 to 11 o’clock a. m.
IS DECIDED liV
Royal Havana Lottery.
(A Government Institution,)
DRAWN AT HAVANA, CUBA,
TICKETS IN FIFTHS.
WHOLES 15.00 FRACTIONS PRORATA.
See that the name GOULD A CO., is on the
ticket. Subject to no manipulation, not con
trolled by tbe parties Interest, it is. the fairest
thing in the nature of chain ■■ in existence.
For ticket- apply toSHJI’SEY A < 0., 1212
Broadway, N.Y < ilj - JNO. B. FERNAN
DEZ, Savannah .itoivia.
Try the “Packet Edition” Extract
for the Handkerchief at P. B. Reid's.'■j
F. W. GERBER,
Practical Watcamaker and Jeweler,
~ CLOCKS, ~
PLUSH mid ALARM CLOCKS.
Repairing done promptly and in workman
F. W. GERBER,
No. 114 Broughton St. Savannah, Ga.
Fias Family firoceries Liquors etc.,
Cor. Liberty and Drayton Streets, j
Pratt’s Astral Oil—Safest and best!
The Cheapest Place to gei Tour
And all sizes of Frames made to or
der, is at
Masonic Temple, Whitaker Street.
J. G. BUTLER,
NT holesule and Retail Dealer in
White Leads, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Ready-Mixed Painty Railroad, Steam*
* boat aud Mill Supplies.
SASI/ES, DOORS and BUNDS,
Sole Agent for Georgia Lime, Calcined
Plaster, Cements, Hair aud
No. fi Whitaker St., Savannah, (Sjyp’jjj
THE BEST Os
- / .%•, ' ■ ||
And everything else kept in a
Fust-Cuss On Emu
May be hud a*.
W- v i. 0m
Cheap for Cask
Call and See.