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WORK OF I.AWMAKERS.
A COMMITTEE TO GO TO THE UNI
The Members Will Be Obliged to Pay
Their Own Expenses Two Officers
to be Elected Before Adjournment
—Fixing the Hours of the Sessions
—A Big Batch of New Bills.
Atlanta, Ga., July S.—ln the Senate to
day Senator Peek, of the Twenty-seventh
district, moved reconsideration of the
action of the Senate yesterday in refusing
to confer with the House on the resolution
appointing a joint committee to attend the
commcni'cment exercises of the State Uni
versity. He thought the Senators misun
derstood the resolution. Under it the mem
bers of the committee would hear their own
expenses. It lias been the custom to send
this legislative committee and it should be
Mr. Brantley, of the Third district, made
a strong apjienl for the University and tin'
duty of the Legislature to it. He urged
that it was a State institution, fostered and
maintained by the State, and should bo vis
ited by a Legislative committee. Recoil
sideration wa- carried by unanimous con
Mr. Lanipkin, of the Twenty-ninth dis
trict, moved to amend the House resolution
so as to make the rommitbs* number three
from the Senate and six from the House.
THE AMENDMENT ADOPTED.
The House amendment was adopted, and
the resolution as amended agreed to.
Ml-. Powell asked that tho hill to regulate
the business of insurance, introduced at the
last session, he taken from the table and re
committed to the Finance Committee. This
was agreed to.
On motion of Mr. Powell, of the Twenty
second district, the memorial committees, to
S repare resolutions on the death ot the late
enators E. M. Word and D. N. Smith,
were consolidated, with President 1 >avis as
chairman. The committee consisted of
Messrs. I’owell, Hamilton, Hmitli (of the
Sixth), Jackson, Pringle and Hnwkes.
A communication in writing was received
from the Governor announcing the death of
Chief Justice James Jackson, of the Su
preme Court, and James T. Willis, of the
Superior Courts of the Chattahoochee cir
cuit, and that it will devolve upon the Gen
eral Assembly at this session to elect their
Mr. Turnipseed, of the Eleventh district,
offered a resolution fixing the hours of the
daily session of the Senate at from 11:30 to
to 12:30 o’clock. Referred to the Com
mittee on Rules.
Mr. Hawkes from the joint committee ap
pointed to inquire and report what officers
are to be elected by this session, reportid
A Chief Justice to fill the unexpired tei-m
of six years from January, 1887, on account
of the vacancy caused by the death of
A Judge of the Chattahoochee circuit to
fill the uuexpired term of four years from
Jan. 1, 1885, on account of the vacancy
caused by the death of James T. Willis.
Mr, Hawkes offered a resolution that the
General As,seinbly meet in joint session at
12 o’clock on Monday next lot- the purpose
of electing a Chief Justice, mid a Judge of
the Chattahoochee circuit. The resolution
was adopted und ordered transmitted imme
diately to the House.
The Senate then adjourned to 10 o'clock
In the House.
In the House to-day Mr. Hurrel, of De
catur, offered a privileged resolution that
after to-day the House shall convene at 9
o'clock in the morning, and adjourn at 12
A message was received from the Senate
announcing concurrence in the House reso
lution, appointing a joint committee tore
port on the officers to lie elected. Tho
Speaker announced, as tho committee on
the part of the House, Messrs. Chappell, of
Musco;. e: Brown, of Cherokee; Peeples, of
The Senate’s concurrence was announced
in the House resolution providmg fora joint
committee fit visit the comnudß'cinoiit exer
cises at the University, with an amendment
changing the numlier of the committee to
three from the Senate and six from the
House, "nd that no compensation shall ha
paid. The amendments were agreed to.
Mr. Gordon, of Chatham, chairman of the
finance committee, made a report approv
iug the sale of the Asheville and Spartan
burg railroad bonds. The report was
A message was received from the Gov
ernor giving formal notice of the death of
Chief Justice James Jackson, of tho Su
preme Court, und of Judge JamesT. Willis,
of the Chattahoochee district, and the neces
sity of electing their successors.
RUNNING OUT THE QUACKS.
Mr. Russell, of Polk, introduced a bill
providing for the levying and collecting of
a special tax of $l,OOO in each county from
all physicians not permanently located.
Mr. Terrell, of Meriwether offered a reso
lution for the relief of the Hartford Steam
Boiler Insurance Company. The resolution*
Mr. West, of Habersham, offered a reso
lution to appoint a committee of one from
the Senate and two from the House to in
vestigate the work entitled “Georgia Jus
tice,’’ by Hon. C. H. Sutton, with a view, if
the report he favorable, that the State shall
subscribe for a number of copies of the
work. The resolution was amended by
making the committee three from the Sen
ate and five from the House, and adopted.
Mr. Chappell, chairman of the special
committee, reported tho officers to be elected
A Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
for the unexpired term of six years, from
Jan 1, 1887.
One Judge of the Chattahoochee circuit
for the unexpired term of four years, from
Jan. 1, 1887.
, The report was adopted.
The following new bills were introduced:
By Mr. Strickland, of Dawson—To create
a Board of Pardons in accordance with the
recommendation of Uov. Gordon. The
board shall i-onsisl of three commissioners
to be appointed by the Governor, one of
whom shall be an attorney at. law, and one
a physician. The salary is fixed at $1,00(1.
Tne board is empiwertxl to employ a clerk
at a salary of $6OO. Their duties are to in
vestigate and report to the Governor upon
applications for pardon, reprieves and com
mutations of convicted felons.
By Mr. Smith, of Jackson—lncorporating
the town of Bartow, in Jefferson county.
By Mr. Black, of Gordon—Amending the
act creating a lx>ard of commissioners for
By Mr. Lamar, of Richmond—To ratify
tho consolidation of the Augusta and Knox
vill- and the Port Royal and Augusta rail
road under the name of the Port Royal and
By Mr. Peeples, of Berrien—Creating a
board of commissioners of roads and reve
nues for Berrien county. Also providing
for the registration of the qualified voters
of Berrien county.
By Mr. llill, of Wilkes—To prohibit the
sale of cotton in the seed between Aug. 15
and Dec. 15.
By Mr. Way, of Liberty —To provide for
amendments to affidavits "for foreclosure of
By Mr. Hill, of Merriwether—To provide
for the settling and defining of county lilies
where the same are in dispute.
By Mr. Fortner, of Johnson—Allowing n
free license to peddle to William P. Williams
and Each Carlton, maimed soldiers of John
By Mr. Mathews, of Houston—Amending
the act prohibiting lotteries so as to enable
William W. Boyd, of Atlanta, and Mrs.
William Wilson, Mrs. Mary A Williams,
Mrs. PhoelH: Parker, Mrs. Charles D. Fear
son, Mrs. RosaE. Driany, Mrs Harsh Doles,
or so many a* may arrept the same, to
adopt a scheme to raise money for the pur
pose of building a home for indigent
widows and orphans, to lie called the
Masonic Orphans' Home, and to disjose of
property acquired under an act approved
Dec. 12, 1866.
By Air. Fagan, of Houston —To prohibit
attorneys and county officers from acting as
By Mr. Howell, of Fulton—To amend the
charter of the city of Atlanta by requiring
that tho Board of'Water Works shall con
sist of one member from each of tho six
wards in the city, and that the Mayor shall
tic an ex officio member and chairman; also
a b:ll amending Atlanta’s charter In- pro
viding for one additional Assistant Tax As
sessor, making tho number three instead of
By. Mr. Hayes, of Forsyth—To repeal
section 11)55 Dof the Code. Also to amend
section 4655 Aof the Code. Also amending
tiie act incorporating the town of Cum
ining, Forsyth county.
By Mr. ltountree, of Emanuel —To re|ieal
the act incorporating the town of Swains
boro, Enmnuel county.
By Mr. Mixon, of,’Coweta—To amend
section (571 of the (‘ode relating to the estab
lishment of a board of commissioners of
roads and revenues for Coweta county.
By Mr. Clay, of Cobb—lncorporating the
Austell Banking Company.
By Mr. Gordon, of Chatham —Amending
the act regulating tavern licenses in Chat
ham county; also a bill incorporating the
Georgia Mutual Insurance Company of 8a
vaniudi: also to create a board of assessors
in Chatham county.
By Mr. Felton, of Bibb- To provide for
the payment of insolvent felony costs.
By Mr. Foute, of Bartow—Amending
paragraph 2, section 18, article (i of the eon
st.itution, abolishing all distinction in tho
selection of all grand and traverse jurors.
By Mr. Kenan, of Baldwin —For the re
lief of James A. Green, collector of claims
in Baldwin county.
By Mr. Pittman, of Troup—Amending
section 3554 of the Code.
By Mr. Luinnr, of Richmond—Making
jurors competent witnesses in certain cases
where motions are made for anew trial.
ON THEIR THIRD READING.
The following House bills were put on
their third reading:
By Mr. Evans, of Washington—Requiring
the clerks of the Superior Court to make
duplex index books of all written instru
incuts hereafter to lie recorded in their
res]ice!i ve offices. The bill passed.
By Mr. Arnheini, of Dougherty—To
amend section 5060 of the Codo. The bill
CAPITAL CITY CRAYONS.
The Election for tho Judges to be Held
Atlanta, Ga., July 8, —The election for
Chief Justice and Judge of tho Chattahoo
chee circuit will lie held Monday. Judge
Bleckley is tho only candidate for Chief
Justice and will be elected without opposi
Gov. Smith, of Columbus, and Judge W.
E. Mathews are the opposing candidates for
Judge of the Chattahoochee circuit. Judge
Mathews has developed considerable
strength, but the impression is that Gov.
Smith will be elected easily.
.Thepenitentiary investigation committee
nu t this afternoon anil examined one wit
ness, Cicero Perdue, a negro who served out
a four years sentence from Fulton county
for burglary. He swore to the brutal treat
meat of convicts at the Old Town camp by
W. E. Smith, the whipping boss. It was
discovered after an examination of the
records in the penitentiary office that Per
due was discharged April 13, 1885, and that
Smith was appointed whipping boss ten
days afterwards, which rather upsets his
The investigation was closed temporarily
because it was found (hat it would im neces
sary to have a stenographer and there is no
appropriation to pay him. There was a
stenographic report of Senator Brown’s
testimony paid for by Chairman Huff. The
committee do not fool able to liear this ex
pense and think it should lie met by the
State. The Chairman of the Penitentiary
Committee of the House will ask for an ap
propriation of $250 to pay a stenographer.
LYNCHERS AFTER HOLMAN.
The Sheriff of Whitfield county carried
Holman to the Rising Fawn convict camp
last night. An attempt was made on the
train at Dalton to take the prisoner from the
Sheriff to lynch him. The Sheriff leveled
his pistol at. the leader and threatened to kill
him if he did not leave the car, and the
Solicitor General Rogers to day paid the
Comptroller $2,609, the amount of th-rfi.
fa’s, issued against the bondsmen of Jesse
M. Robson, fax Collector of Washington
county, to cover his shortage.
The Ad jutant General has made a requi
sition on the War Department in favor of
the Richmond Hussars for fifty saddles,
bridles and blunkets, thirty-five carbines,
twenty satin's and other equipments. The
cost will lie $1,586. The Hussars asked for
seventy-five saddles, hut Adjutant General
Kell would not draw so heavily oil the
Btate’s quota, which is nearly exhausted.
Judge Marshall Clark heard to-day tho
application of the Mutual Reserve Fund As
sociation of New York, to compel the
Comptroller to issue a license to the com
pany to do business, claiming to be a benev
olent association and therefore exempt from
luakiug the returns required of insurance
companies. The Attorney General repre
sented the State. Tho court withheld its
AN UNPROVOKED ASSAULT.
An unknown white man made an unpro
voked attack on a negro named Sam Fields
at the west end of Marietta street this morn
ing, uml stablsxl him in the left arm and
I sick with a pocket knife. Tho negro's
w ounds were dressed at Sharp’s drug store
on Marietta street. They are not dangerous.
Cases were made to-night against Philip
Breitenbucher and his wine room keeper,
Jacob Vogt, for violation of the prohibition
law at the Globe wine room, on Marietta
STARKE IN SUMMER TIME.
A Bathing Place Established on the
Starkk, Fla., July".—Crosby lake is
becoming quite nu attraction to Starke.
Borne of her enterprising young men have
had constructed elegant bath houses on the
shore nearest the town, with n large space
neatly enclosed for the bathers, who would
lie otherwise exp'sed to danger from tho
rnuny alligators infesting the lake. There
is u tradition that a skirmish between some
Spaniards from St. Augustine and the In
iltans occurred on the borders of this lake
many years ago, nnd that the Spaniards
killed in the light were buried in the beauti
ful cemetery on the lake shore
The heavy rainfall has not injured crops.
In Bradford county corn is looking well,
cotton is small, but promises u good crop.
Peaches are plentiful, and are selling nt
7.V. per bushel iu Starke. Orange trees are
not looking ns well as usual nt this season of
the year. They have not put on the usual
amount of new growth. Although the
crops for this section will lie a large one,
yet the fruit will lie unusually rusty.
Petitions signed by about 500 registered
voters were handed in to the Board of
County < Viinnilssioncrs a day or so ago ask
ing for an election for the removal of the
county sib- from Lake Butler to Starke.
The agitation of this question w ill stir up
the usual amount of bitterness, strife, etc.,
which attends the removal of county sites
in any county. Many of the best and wisest
men advocate the change,
Tlie trustees oI Starke Institute have ten
dored a cull to ('apt. G. M. Patterson, of
Smithville. Oh., to take charge of the insti
tute during the next session. Ho will proba
Piles Blind, Bleeding and Itching
Positively cured by Darby’s Prophylactic
Fluid. Bathe with a little of the Fluid
added to the water. A single application
will allay the itching, soothe all inflamnm
tion, deodorize all offensivenees and staunch
the bleeding. Tetter mid Scald Head are
quickly cured by Darby's Prophylactic
THE MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1887.
The Going and Coming of People of
Tallahassee, Fla., July B.—Judge Van
Valkenburg, of the State Supreme Court, is
quite ill, and is recruiting at his home near
Jacksonville. Jude Raney has recovered
from his recent illness, nnd, with Chief Jus
tice Maxwell, has listened to cases presented
to the court this week.
Col. George W. Scott, of Atlanta, was
in the city yesterday, having returned from
a trip to South Florida, prospecting for
phosphates that exist in largo quantities
Gov. Perry tins returned from a short
visit to West, Florida, and it is understood
t hat he is now considering the appointment
of the railroad Commissioners.
Howard Gamble, one of Tallahassee’s
most popular young gentlemen, left to-day
for the University of Virginia, where he
will study law.
The people of this community appreciate
the interest taken bv the News in the rail
road enterprises loading to this city from
the Georgia systems of railways.
Notwithstanding the unusual rainfall
during the past few days, the crops in this
locality aro progressing finely, and a
heavy yield is expected. The fruit crops
are very satisfactory, the yield being abun
dant and quality excellent.
John T. (1. Crawford, the new Receiver
of Public Moneys for Florida, was in the
city yesterday and was warmly greeted by
his many friends. Ex-Governor and Mrs.
Bloxham leave in a few days for the moun
tains of Virginia, where they will spend
A Fruit Evaporating Establishment
Ready for Business.
DeFuniak Springs, Fla., July 7.—A
large fruit drying establishment has just
been erected here. It is the intention of the
parties erecting it to purchase all the fruit
brought to this market for the purpose of
Mr. Dutton, former manager of Hotel
Chautauqua, has left with his family for his
old home in Topeka, Kan. 1 N. Breazeale,
a veteran hotel man of Calera, Ala., has
arrived and taken charge of the (Ihautauqua.
The building of the new jail and court
house nt this place is still delayed on ac
count of a misunderstanding ns to terms of
the contract between the contractor and
County < Commissioners.
J. K. Thompson, a young lawyer of this
place, has closed a contract with parties
living in Alabama for the recovery of cer
tain lands in this State, to which they are
the legal boil's, and to which they have the
deeds, whereby, if he succeeds in gaining his
case, he will make a fee of $5,000. The
quantity of these lands and the advan
tageous location of the same renders them
Arrangements for the building of the
street railroad to Lake Stanley are about all
The saw mills in this vicinity continue to
Figs are sold at $1 per bushel in this
Large quantities of fine honey is produced
in this county.
The Morning News' is a muchly read and
greatly appreciated journal in this section.
It is noted for publishing all the news.
The trade in gophers continues. I saw
one crawl out of his hole a few days ago to
get something to oat. lie munched away
on tender grass until he was satisfied then
crawled back in his hole.
BICYCLING AT ATHENS.
Polhill Wins the Mile ior Professionals
in Three Heats.
Athens, Ga., July 8. —Tho hard rains
last night put the race track in a very bad
condition for the bicyclists for to-day. This
afternoon, notwithstanding the inclement
weather, a large crowd assembled at the
fair grounds to witness the second day’s
races of the Classic City wheelmen. The
two-mile amateur race was easily won by
Weibens, of Hartwell, Ga.
The one mile professional was a close race
for three heats between Taylor, Brantley
and Polhill, Polhill winning in 3:33.
The one mile race, open to amateurs, was
won by Weibens.
In the five mile race, professional, some
one drew two lap tickets at once, causing
Brantley, who was ahead, to stop at t he ex
piration of four miles nnd a half. The
judges, after consultation, gave the race to
| |The foot race, 150 yards, was very inter
esting and was won by Emmett Bondurant,
of Augusta. Nicholson, of Athens, was
ahead when tho runners crossed the line,
but ho had slipped twice, and was pushed
across the line by Borniuraut. Dinkier, of
Macon, the champion foot racer of the
State, arrived here this afternoon and will
run Nicholson to-morrow for the champion
ship of the South.
J. M. Lipham Loses $5,000 or SO,OOO
by the Burning of His House.
Buchanan. Ga„ July B. John M. Lip
ham, living near Tallapoosa, had his house
and nearly all its contents destroyed by fire
last Friday night. It is supposed the fin l
caught from a stove fine, and was under
such headway when discovered that the
flames could not lie extinguished. The loss
was $6,00(1 or $7,000. All of Mr. Lipham’s
pnpera, which represented SS.O(H) or $6,000,
were destroyed. A part of the furniture
The barbecue at Tnllai>oosa Monday was
a success. Gov. Gordon, Hon. Joseph E.
Brown, A. H. Cox, of Atlanta, nnd J. M.
Mcßride, of this place, were orators of the
day and made good speeches.
flamlson county will lie represented at
the Piedmont Fair this fall. Five hundred
feet of space has already been secured, and
Haralson will no doubt make a good show
ing, especially in the mineral line.
Our farmers say prospects for good crops
are bettor than for years.
COKERS RIPE FOR SURRENDER.
They Offer to Resume Work on the
Pittsburg, July B.—A Uniontown, Pa.,
special says: Tho coke strike lias not
yet been declared off, but a general resump
tion is now regarded as only a question of a
few days. The miners’ association, repre
senting nearly 3 INK) of the strikers, hold a
meeting at Everson, Pa., to-day
nnd decided to return to
work at tho old wages
if the operators would agree to n sliding
scale. Tlio reply of the operators to this
was for the men to return to work first and
the sliding scale would lie considered after
wards. The action of the convention has
weakened the cause of the strikers, nnd a big
break isexpeetodat any time. Notices were
po-ted throughout the region to-day order
ing the men to return to work or vacate the
company houses. It is thought this will have
the effect of frightening the Hungarians,
and that they will go back rather than U>
evicted. The works in operation received
several additions to their working forces to
day, and others have signified their inten
tion of resuming to-morrow.
Lincoln, Neb.. July B.—The switchmen,
numbering seventy-five men, in the Bur
lington ami Missouri yards are on a strike.
The trouble originated over the appoiut
inent of Conductor Sherman as night mas
ter of ttie Lincoln yards. Th“ switchmen
claim the appointment should have pro
moted a yard man. Hunt. Thompson stated
yesterday that nearly all of their plait's had
Icon filled by new men, and that none of
the strikers would lie taken bock under any
circumstances. Trouble is feared among
the strikers and an extra squad of police
has been placed on guard. ,
The most complete line of thin Coats and
Vest* no-v to he had at Appel & Schawl's.
DELAGLE STILL LIVES.
Efforts Being Made to Obtain a Com
mutation of Sentence.
Beaufort, S. C., July S.—Griffin Dela
glo, the negro man, who about a year ago
killed another negro man on the steamer
David Clark, from Savannah, has been re
prieved until Aug. 19. To-day was the day
on which he was sentenced to be hanged,
but about two weeks ago Gov. Richardson
granted him a reprieve. The crime was
committed on the return of a negro excur
sion from Savannah to Beaufort, and while
in a partly inebriated condition Delagle and
the other negro entered into some dispute,
which resulted In Delagle killing the man.
The jioople of Beaufort are very
much oppsed to having Delagle
liung here, as the parties all belong to Sa
vannah, and the deed happened in Carolina
waters but a very short distance from the
Georgia waters. They arc trying to make
his punishment life imprisonment instead of
capital. It is also rumored that the citizens
of this place are trying to get up a petition
for his pardon, but that will hardly be ac
complished, and doubtless next month Del
agle will be hung unless his fortune is re
OREGON’S DEAD CHINAMEN.
No Add itiona.l Details Received of the
Portland, Ore., July 8. —There is noth
ing to confirm the rumor that the Chinese
miners on Snake river have lieen murdered.
There is no doubt but that several bodies
have lieon found in the water, but they may
have been drowned. “There is no reliable
news that any raid has been committed.
The Chinese work bars in Snake river,
which pav 60c. to 75c. jierdav, and no white
man wants to work for that sum. The
Chinese merchants at Lewiston think tneir
countrymen were coming down the river in
I Hints with the “clean lips’’ for the season,
and that the object of the murder was rob
SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK.
Two Topics Discussed and Officers
Elected at Winchester.
Winchester, Va., July 7 B. —The Sunday
School Convention of the Baltimore Con
ference of the Methodist Episcopal church,
South, adjourned to-night. Dr. John S.
Martin was selected to deliver tho next an
nual sermon. The morning topic was: “How
to care for our converted scholars.” An ad
dress was delivered by Rev. I. I. Carden.
The afternoon topic was “Sunday school
entertainments, how they should be con
ducted.” Addresses were made by Rev. A.
P. Neal. At night a large crowd
was in attendance upon the closing exer
cises and experience meeting. The officers
for the ensuing year were elected at the
CHICAGO S RACES.
Lucy Cams Makes a Great but Futile
Effort for the Mile Dash.
Chicago, July 7 8. —To-day’s events at the
Washington Park races were as follows:
Fibst Race— Five furlongs. Jack Cocks won,
with Flitter second and Wheeler T. third. Time
Second Race One mile. I.uev Johnson took
the lead at the turn, and opened a gap that the
others could not close, except Caras, who on
the home stretch ran Lucy Johnson out to a
head. Volatile was third. Time 1: t.'t-Yp
Third Race.— Seven furlongs. Emuia John
son won. with Revoke second and Wanderer
third. Time 1:2934
Fourth Race, l ine and one-sixteenth miles.
Woodcraft won, with Paragon second and Nick
Finzier third. Time 1:50.
Fifth Race—One and one sixteenth miles.
Grey 7 Cloud won, with Insolence second and Lis
land third. Time 1:49.
Sixth Race—Six furlongs. Bannail won. with
White Nose second and Queen Eess third. Time
Sfvf-NTH Race—Six furlongs. Spalding won,
with Blue Eyes second und Font third. Time
The second race at Chicago yesterday was
wrongly transmitted in those dispatches.
Rosalind won (not Pearl Jennings), with
Poteen second, and Lewis Clark third.
Bouquet, Atkinson’s new perfume. This
superb distillation sweetly recalls fragrant
Swiss flowers. Bright jewels in a setting of
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup should
always be used when children are cutting
teeth. It relieves the little suffer at once; it
produces natural, quiet sleep by relieving
the child from pain and the little cherub
awakes as “bright as abut, son.”
It is very pleasant to taste. It soothes tho
child, softens the gums, allays all pain, re
lieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the
best known remedy for diarrhoea, whether
arising from teething or other causes. 25
fonts a bottle.
Novelties in thin Coats and Vests just re
ceived at Appel & Sehnuis, One Price
For Warm Weather.
White Linen Duck Suits, gray and cream
color, Pongee Coats and Vests, Black Al
pacas, at all prices. Seersucker Coat.- and
Vests, thin Coats for fifty cents; thin Under
wear to close out, by the Famous New York
Clothing House, 110 Congress street.
A complete line of Underwear ut Appel
& Schaul’s, 103 Congress street.
The nobbiest line of Straw Hats in the
city to be seen at Appel & Schaul’s.
Do not fail to see our Fancy Striped Suit
of Underwear selling at .$1 50 [ier suit. Ap
pel & Schaul, 163 Congress street.
A complete line of Percale Shirts at Appel
BASE BALL TO-DAY.
Savannah vs. Warrens.
H A. S K HA. 1, It R K..
Admission 85c. Indies free.
THE Wim STAR.
REDUCTION IN PRICE.
Attention is cnlled to the following reduced rates
of mitocription, cMh in advance:
THE DAILY STAR
One Year $6 00
Six Months .3 oo
Three Months , l M
One Month 50
M'lIK WEEKLY STAR.
One Year $i oo
Six Months 60
Three Months 30
Our Telegraph News service has recently been
largely increased, m i it to our determination to
keep the fltXi up to the highest standard of
newspaper excellence. Address
XV M 11 BERNARD.
Wilmington. N. C.
WANTED, men who believe that Americans
v v should rule AnttiiHrfi and who favor re
striding foreign immigration, to read MUN
YON’S ILLUSTRATED WORLD, a 16-page
taper; shows how Americans are crowded from
shops, stores, factories, mines, farms and offices
by foreigners; how wages are reduced, man
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the present naturalization laws and alien land
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YON’S ILLUSTRATED WORLD. Philadelphia,
NASWORTHY'.—Died at. his mothers resi
dance, corner Jefferson and Hull Streets, yes
terday morning, Charles F. Nasworthy, aged
EVERGREEN CEMETERY OF BONA
The annual meeting of the above company
will be held at the Secretary’s office, 93 Bay
street, on TUESDAY, July 12th, at 10 o’clock
a. M. J. H. ESTILL. President.
M. A. Cohen. Secretary and Treasurer.
SPEJ TAE NOTH ES.
'NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS
Cm- Treasurer's Office, )
Savannah, Ga.. July 1, 1887. j
The following taxes are now due:
REAL ESTATE, second quarter, 1887.
STOCK IN TRADE, second quarter, 1887.
FURNITURE, ETC., second quarter. 1887.
MONEY. SOLVENT DEBTS, ETC., second
WATER RENTS, six months in advance, from
July 1. 1887, to Jan. 1, 1888.
GROUND RENTS, two or more quarters in
.4 discount of ten per cent, will be allowed
up, m all of the above (except Ground Rents) if
paid within Fifteen Days after July Ist.
CHARLES S. HARDEE, City Treasurer.
UR. HENRY 8 COLUINU
Office corner Jones and Drayton streets.
ILJIER’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. Highest prizes awarded, and in
dorsed by eminent medical men. Ask for Ul
mer's Liver Corrector and take no other. $1 00
a bottle. Freight paid to any address.
B. F. ULMER, M. D„
Pharmacist, Savannah, Ga.
THE MORNING NEWS
STEAM PRINTING HOUSE,
3 Whitaker Street.
The Job Department of the Morning News,
embracing Job and Book Printing, Lithograph
ing and Engraving,-Book Binding and Account
Book Manufacturing, is the most complete in the
South. It is thoroughly equipped with the most
improved machinery and employs a large force
of competent workmen, and carries a full stock
PAPERS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
These facilities enables it to execute orders
for anything in the above lines at the shortest
notice and the lowest prices consistent with good
work. Corporations, merchants, business men
and others are requested to get estimates from
this establishment before sending their orders
NO T X Cl^.
Preparatory to Taking Stock
I will offer Special Inducements in
MY ENTIRE STOCK,
With exception of my Empire State Shirt.
r pHE following floods will be sold cheaper than
x ever offered in Savannah:
Summer and India Silks.
Cream, White and Light Shades of Albatross.
Colored and Black .all Wool Dress Goods.
Black Camel's Hair Grenadines at 83c.; 40-inch
Printed Linen T.awns at less than cost.
Real Scotch Ginghams at less than cost.
Black Henriettas at $1 40 and $1 73; sold at
$2 and $2 85.
Ladies' and Children's Silk and Lisle Thread
Hose in black and colored.
Ladies' and Children's Undervests; best goods
in the market.
Linen Sheeting and Pillow-Case Linen.
Cream and White Table Damask.
9 4 White Damask at $1; former price $1 50.
Napkins and Doylies in cream and white.
Linen Damask Towels in white and colored
Linen Ruck in white and colored bordered.
Pantry Crash Doylies at great reduction.
The above goods will bo offered at prices to
insure quick sale.
J. P. GERMAINE,
Next to Furber's. 138 Broughton street.
Salmon & Lobsters
IN FLAT CANS.
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
ALWAYS ON HAND A FULL LINE OF
Staple & Fancy Groceries
The Mutual Co-Operalive Association,
Barnard and Broughton Street Lane.
TIN TOILET SETS.
A LARGE SUPPLY FOR RALE CHEAP AT
Hardware and Stove Stores.
ISS and 157 Congress street, near the Market.
PAINTS AND OILS.
JOHN G. BUTLER,
WHITE LEADS, COLORS, OILS, GLASS,
D VARNISH, ETC.: READY MIXED
PAINTS; RAILROAD. STEAMER AND MILL
SUPPLIES, HASHES. DOORS, BLINDS AND
BUILDERS’ HARDWARE. Sole Agent for
GEORGIA LIME. CALCINED PLASTER, CE
MENT. HAIR and LAND PLASTER.
6 Whitaker Street, Savannah, Georgia.
iB6a m murphy, m.
House, Sign and Ornamental Painting
I’ .Y KITTED NEATLY and with dispatch.
I j Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, W indow
Glasses, etc., etc. Estimates furnished on ap
CORNER CONGRESS AND DRAYTON STS.,
Roar of Christ Church.
W. I). DIXON.
U N DERTAKER
DKALEtt IN ALL KINDS OF
COFFINS AND CASKETS,
43 Bull street. Residence 59 Liberty street.
SAVANNAH. OEO w, ’a.
Grand Sunday Imwim
CTEAMKH POPE CATLIN will leave wharf
O foot Bull street on SUNI>AY, July 19th. at 9
o'clock a. m , for Beaufort, returnina: at 5
o'clock p. m. Fare round trip 73c. Refreshments
served on lxmrd.
This steamer can he chartered for excursions
by applyine: to rhe Captain on beard.
Charleston aid Savannah
Commencing SUNDAY, MAY 15th, this Com
pany will sell round trip tickets to
CHARLESTON, BEAUFORT AND
By following Trains and at following Rates:
By train leaving Sundays only, at 6:45 a. m. ; re
turning, leave Charleston at 3:35 p. m., Fort
Royal 3:30 and Beaufort 3:45 p. M. same
day $1 00
By train leaving Sunday only at 6:45 a. m, ; re
turning. leave Charleston Monday morn
ing S* 00
By train leaving Saturday at 8:23 p. m.; return
ing, leave Charleston Monday morning.. S' 50
By train leaving Saturday at 12:26 p. m. : return
ing, leave Charleston Monday morning. S3OO
Tickets for sale at WM. BRF.N'S, Bull street
and at Depot. E. P. McSWINEY,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
Charleston and Savannah Ry.
Reduction in Rates
r pil IS uomp.my has now on sale tickets
J. at $l5 to New York via Atlantic Coast
Line and the magnificent steamships of
the OM dominion S. £. Company, sailing from
Norfolk, Va., every Monday. Tuesday, Wednes
day. Thursday an 1 Saturday, arriving at New
York on following evenitigs. Meals and state
room on steamships ii eluded.
Passengers should take train 78 leaving Savan
nah at 8:SI p. m. on days previous to those men
This route atTords a delightful sea trip, avoid
ing ( ape Hatteras.
Pullman accommodations and elegant state
rooms secured on application to Wm. Bren,
T. A., Bull street, or j. B. Oliveros, T. A.,
Depot. E. P. McSWINEY,
Gen. Pass Agent.
COOL GARMENTS FOR GENTS.
Pongees, Alpacas, Flannels,
IN COSTS AND VESTS.
Demand heavy, but will try and supply all.
Plenty of Summer Weight Woolen and Mixed
DRESS SUITS, *
NECKWEAR AND HOSIERY
AT CUT PRICES.
STRAW HATS SACRIFICED.
Gents’ Fine Furnishing Goods
In greater variety and at lower prices than
IGI CONGRESS STREET.
I>. IT. LEVY Ac RRO,
Lawn Mowers, Three Sizes,
Ladies’ Garden Hoes,
Hand Plows, Hedge Shears,
Pruninng Scissors and Knives,
Garden Trowels and Weeders,
Rubber Hose and Reels,
—FOR SALE BY
148 and 150 Congress Street.
SAVANNAH BANK S: TRUST CO.
Allowed on deposits, subject
to Bank regulations
1 > Y Eg,
no your own Dyeing, at home, with PEER
LESS DYES. They will dve everything.
They are sold everywhere. Price - I<*. n package
—4O colors They have no qqiml for strength,
brightness. amount in packages, nr for fastnoas
of color, or non fading qualities They do not
crock or smut. For sale by B F. Ui.mkh. M. D.,
Pharmacist, corner Broughton and Houston
streets; P B. Rkio, Druggist and Apothe
cary, corner Jones and Abercorn streets;
Eowakd J KncFrtca, Druggist, corner West
Broad and Stewart, streets.
MONTV ALE SPRING^
Blount County, - Tennessee.
'INTIS Health Resort will be open May Ist, 188*/.
1 The most celebrated Dyspeptic Water
known. Elegant Hotel and Grounds. Excellent
Table. Telephone connection with Knoxville.
Rates: Si per day; £2sper month for May and
June; £2 per day, $lO and sl2 per week, $35 and
S4O per month for July and August. Half rates
for children. J. C. ENGEL, Prop.
S. G. HEALY & CO.;
SALT SPRING, NEAR AUSTELL, GEORGIA
VI7"ATER almost a specific for Dyspepsia, Kid-
V? ney Trouble and Cutaneous Diseases.
Orders for water and all information addressed
to the firm at Austfll Ga. __
AST I E V I I j Le7n . C.
COLLEGE 3111 jI j HOUSE,
Corner of Oak and Woodfln streets,
VI7ILL be open July 10th. The rooms are larga
* ▼ and cool, and for home comfort and de
lightful shady grounds it cannot be surpassed
Terms reasonable. Ad<lress
SAMUEL TYREE, Proprietor.
HPHE WHITLOCK HOUSE, in Marietta, Ga.,
1 combines privileges and conveniences of a
first-class hotel, and the comforts and pleasures
of a home. Capacity, about one hundred and
fifty guests. Large, handsome, well furnished
rooms; best of beds; table good; large shaded
grounds, covered with blue grass; Lawn Tennis,
Croquet, Billiards and Bowling Alley, all free
for guests. Prices more moderate than any
other house in Georgia for the accommodations.
M. i. NVHITL< H’!v. < )wn*r and Proprietor.
INDIAN SPRING, GA.
IV A. ELDER, Proprietor. Season of 1887
▼ ▼ • Our bedrooms are large and airy and
have been much improved by repainting them
and placing blinds on the windows. The fable is
first-class; service prompt and polite; climate
good; no mosquitoes or sandflies; good baud of
music through the season. The water is un
equaled in America, and we refer with confi
dence to anyone who has given it a trial. For
analysis, terms, etc., address ED. A. ELDER,
Cornwall Heights, New York,
ON slope of Storm King Mountain; elevation
1,200 feet. Now open for reception of
guests. Climate positive cure for malaria.
Healthiest summer resort in United States; IV4
hours from New York by West Shore railroad,
2Jr£ by Mary Powell. Dancing in grand pavilion
every night Electric bells, new bowling alley,
billiard parlor, tennis court, horseback riding.
Refers to Austin It. Myres, of editorial stall
Savannah Morning News. Address J. W.
r DHF, WATAUGA HOTEL, Blowing Rock, N.
I C. In the mountains of North Carolina.
4.000 feet above the sea. Easily accessible. Medi
cal graduate on the premises. Terms the low
est in North Carolina. Opened June lbt for the
season. For information address WATAUGA
HOTEL CO., Blowing Rock, N. G_
'IMIOUSAND ISLANDS.—Westminster Hotel,
I Westminster Park, Alexandria Bay, N. Y.—
“Unquestionably the finest location in the
Thousand Islands."’— Harper's Magaziiyq, Sept. %
1881. Send for descriptive pamphlet. H. F.
WASHINGTON HOT El
7th and Chestnut Streets,.
JOHN TRACY, PROPRIETOR.
RATES, $3 50 P£R lIA.Y.
Centrally located, only a short walk from
Penn'a and Reading Depots. New Passenger
Elevator, Electric Bells, New Dining Room and
all modern improvements. Polite attendanoe
and unsurpassed table.
NEW HOTEL TOGNI,
(Formerly St- Mark's.)
New nan Street, near Buy, Jacksonville, Fla.
WINTER AND SUMMER.
r T'HE MOST central House in the city. Near
J Tost Office, Street Cars and all Ferries.
New and Elegant Furniture. Electric Beils,
Baths, Etc. $2 f>o to Z'i per day.
JOHN B. TUQNI, Proprietor.
DUB’S SCREVEN HOUSE.
r VHIS POPULAR Hotel is now provided with
1 a Passenger Elevator (the only one in the
city> and has "been remodeled and newly fur
nished. The proprietor, who by recent purchase
is a Iso the owner of the establishment, spares
neither pains nor expense in the entertainment
of his guests. The patronage of Florida visit
ors is earnestly invited. The table of the
Screven House is supplied with every luxury
that the markets at home or abroad can afford.
SAVANNAH, - - GA.
p EO. D. HODGES, Proprietor. Formerly of
" T the Metropolitan Hotel. New York, and the
Grand Union, Saratoga Springs. Location cen
tral. All ports of the city and places of inter
est accessible by street cars constantly passing
the doors. Special inducements to those visit
ing the city for business or pleasure.
THE MORRISON HOUSE. -
One of the Largest Boarding Houses in the
\FFORDS pleasant South rooms, good board
with pure Artesian Water, at prices to suit
those wishing table, regular or transient accom
modations. Northeast corner Broughton and
Drayton streets, opposite Marshall Homo.
* COTTON? SEED WANTED.
TO PRODLIEHS AND IPPERS
'T'HE SOUTHERN COTTON OIL COMPANY
1 will lie ready to buy Cotton Seed by Sept.
Ist. 1887, and will want it shipped to our Mills at
Atlanta and Savannah. Oa.. and Columbia.
8. C., whichever city is nearest to you, by rail
Mr. C. FITZSIMONS is our Traveling Agent,
and will take part in discussions as to the rela
tive value of Cotton Seed and Cotton Seed Meal
at any agricultural meetings, if they desire it.
We consider this important, as there are
many erroneous iileos about buying, selling and
exchanging Seed for Maul.
Address all communications to SOUTHERN
COTTON OIL COMPANY, and send your post
office address to the mill that is nearest you, if
you wish us to quote you prices.
We ask shippers to remember that it is the
erection of our Mills that will give you better
prices this year, and ask your support in return,
We refer you to the banks in the above cities
for our llnuncial responsibility.
SOUTHERN C( >T'T)N OIL COMPANY.
P. S. OLIVER BROS, bog to Inform shippers
Hint they have no connection with the • Oliver
Oil Company" Mills at Columbia, S. C.. and
(Varlotte, N. C. Although these Mills will run
under the name of “Oliver Oil Companies.”
they lire owned by the AMERICAN COTTON
Shippers wishing to deal with the OLIVER
BROS, will please ship to SOUTHERN COTTON
OIL COMPANY MILLS.
Former Owners Oliver Oil Company Mi’ls
BAni)i n i:3.
100 CASES AMERICAN SARDINES.
• FOR RALE BY
C. M. GILBERT & CO
WHOLE,SALE OKI ICKRB.
White Bluff Road.
PLANTS. BOUQUETS, DESIGNS, CUT
I FLOWERS furnished to order I/*e or
ders at DAVIS BROS.', coiner Hull and York
street < Telephone call 240.