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WAV ITT A I.ABOK KNIGHT.
HE IS ADMITTED AT THE MIN
Tbe Members of tfce Irish National
League to be Organized Into an As
sembly Fiery Passages in the Sum
ming Up at Mitchellatown—Attorney
General O’Brien in Hot Water.
PITTHICIrt, Oct 11.—The Chronicle-
Telegraph “tated this afternoon that it ha*
Information that on last Wednesday eight
after Michael Davitt addreseed the Kmg-:t->
pi Labro convention at Min neap'd:*, a
■cret meeting of tbe leading offi -ial*
was held arid Mr. Davitt was made a mem
ber of the order, and a Knight* ”f laier
organizer, it being proposed to have him
organize tbe member- of tfc~ Irish land
League into a special district of tbe Knights
of larejr. Much opposition i* expected to
this project from the Engi:*b and Scotch
Knigbta, and it has tes-n '• e:it a profound
secret by the leaders up to th.- t me.
CHAMBERLAINS jockxzs .
LONDON. Oct. 11.—Joerph Chamberlain,
who in company w.th Jes'-c Ceilings, left
Birmingham yesterday to make a To ir of
Ireland, was received with enthusiasm on
his amval in that country He made sev
eral speeches, in which he declared that tbe
time would come when the tiliers of the
soil would be its owners
At Belfast the weather was cold n 1
ahowery. Large crowds bad gathered at
the depot to welcome Mr Chamberlain,
and the stres ts and bouses were decs,rated
with flags and bunting in his honor. Mr.
Chamberlain was driven along York 1
street in a carriage at a slow
pare for a rfia’ter of a mile and ws
heartily gre-t-cl with cheer*. Tb<- crowd
then unharnessed tbe horses, and drew the
carnage themselves. The crowd escorting
Mr. Chain lev lain rapidly increased Cries
of ‘•boo’’ from some workmen were alters
Hated with the cheers of his admirers.
Upon hi* arrival at county Down depot,
Mr. Chamberlain, in response to a call for a
speech, addren-ed the crowd. He said:
With the help of our Liberal-', nienist col
league* and the support of the whole Conserva
tive i-arty we liave at all events saved the union,
there .y preserving Great Britain from injury
and Ireland from ruin and disaster Although
tbe danger has teen temporarily ave-ted.it seems
pnesible that thL* great i-sxue w,:i again have
to be fac'd, when a gr cal deal w:ll depend upon
tbe attitude and determination of the men of
Ulster If the majority ar- animated by the
spirit id those present, I have no doubt of the
result. It might lx- possible to give Ireland
home rule if ihe Irish demand was unanimous,
but it would be impossible for Ulster to accept
a government she distrusted and deteste J.
The liberal conference at Hawarden to
day decided to accede to the demands of the
Welsh Liberals and make din-establishment
of a portion in TV ale* a plank of the plat
form to be presented at the coming Liberal
Federation Congres-. It was decided tliat
there should lie no further development of
the Horn * Hule policy, and that, nothing
would be a/1 led to or withdrawn from that
Elder. Mr. Morleyfar.d Lord Rose berry
ft fiawarden this evening.
BALFOUR TO RETURN TO DUBLIN.
Mr. Balfour, Chief Secretary for Ireland,
will return to Dublin Monday
The (supporters of the Ministry censure
O’Brien, Attorney General for Ireland,
claiming that it was his blundering that
caused the failure of the prosecution in the
ease of lrd Mayor Sullivan. It is prob
able that Attorney General f/Brien will be
forced to resign his office. The hearing of
the Crown’s appeal from the de
cision in the ease of ird Mayor
Sullivan will not Ite beard until
the end of November. Until then
the Irish executive will be jiowerleo*
to interfere with tbe proclaimed branches
of the league. Tbe leauge counsel has dis
covered a serious flaw in the Mitcbelistown
decisions against William O'Brien in the
fact that the court pronounced sentenee on
two charge* only one of which Mr. O'Brien
was tried c- It is said that an appeal
would he certain to result in the quashing
of tbe sentence, thus making greater the
defeat of the prosecution.
HUMMING UP AT MITCHELL6TOWN.
Mwhelijitown, O -t. 11.—Mr. Morphy,
counsel for the Crown, to-day addressed tiie
C,ironer's jury m the case of the victims of
the recent not here. He sad that he did
not expect much consideration from the
jurymen, in view of the fact that they were
eitlier members of th" national league, <t
in sympathy with its objects. It was hardly
worth while for him to address any Juryman
who openly told the court'ba' he wax in the
hands of the opposing counsel.
Mr. Harrington, interrupting—This is the
grn *M**t piece of sooundrelumi 1 ever heard
of. No remark that could possibly be con
•trued as having that meaning lias been
Mr Morphy, proceeding, contended that
Cofiimi-A. oiler Condon was recrxmsible Cor
the riot, inasmuch a* he urged tbe crowd to
clow uj i and oppose the police. The people,
said Mr. Morphy, had gathered for a
seditious purpose. The assembly wa* an
unlawful one, arid th" action of the crowd
In attacking the police would not lie
tolerated in any civilized country.
Mr. Harrington will add row the jury to
morrow. The statement that during yester
day's proceeding* at the inquest Mr. Condon
threatened to chastise Morphy wan inaccu
rate. There were several lively exchanges
Ix-tween the opposing counsel, but Mr. Con
don did not interfere. Mr. Harrington will
ask the jury Pi And a verdict of wilful mur
der against Chief Inspector Brownrigg and
Count D'Andlau Disappears.
Paris, Oct. 11.—The Tempn says ! liaf, the
fioln-e have searched the residence of < Jen.
Count (I'Andlau, the Senator who ir su*-
pet.-uxl of Isons an accomplice of Caffarrl.
The Senator left his home yesterday prom
bing to return, hut he has not yet appeared.
Premier Kouviei had a conference to-day
with M. Boucher, Public Prosecutor, with
reference to the affair.
Working’ Up an Indian Meeting.
Losdon, Oct 11. —Dhueieep Mighn and
the Executive Committee of tlie Indian
Inheratioo Stjciety. are printing on the
Irish aecret press in Paris an apjieal to the
natives of British lud.a to awake from
their torpor and prove that they are no
longer dupes of English merchants and
slaves of English Governors. The ap[>eal
is dated Moscow.
Teheran, Oct. 11.—The statement is con
firmed that Ayoub Kahn jx-rished in the
desert. Hir death resulted from wounds
received in the recent battle with the
A Riot at Plevna.
Plxvna, Oct. 11. —A riot occurred here
Rundav during tlie election for members of
the Sonranje, and twenty-four jiersons were
killed and thirty wounded.
An Unfounded Rumor.
BRtSKKI.h, t.'ct. 11.—Tlie rejxjrt tliat Em
peror Dotn Pedro, of Brazil, was about to
abdicate his throne because of ill health is
Dcm Pedro Not to Abdicate
Paris, Oct. 11. —The Emperor of Brazil
demos the truth of the rumor that ho in
tends to abdicate.
Postal Business Increasing.
Washington, Oct. 11.—A statement of
the postal business done at thirty ot the
larger post offices for the quarter ended
Sept. 80, 1887, has been prepared at the Post
Office l)e)iartment, anil shows an increase
of OJr, per cent, over the corresponding
quarter of last. year. The largest percentage
of increase was at Brooklyn, N. Y., :;\ui
|*-r cent. The gross reocii ts of those
thirty ofilces for the quarter were $4.47!*,-
tidO, against s4,‘J<4,;M!i for last year, an in
erease of JSJZK.
A CATTLE COMPANY FAILS.
Heavy Losses :n Live Stock the Cause
of the Trouble.
Bt. Louis. Oct. 11.—The Niohara I-and
and Cattle Company, incorporated in East
St. Louis. St. Clair county. 111 , made ail
assignment this morning to Judge Ke-fer.
of Believiile. LJ. Their nominal assets are
fiVi.OOO. upon which they will realize u'< to
! 30 per cent. Their liabilities are £>*(.'M.r
One vear ago the roundup showed 3D.VA.WJ !&T
cattle on hand, for wh:cu they were offers-i
f 1 .OJO.OOU. The June roundup reported but
&.000 t"a*l. and the September round
up showed no improvement Thetr
paper accordingly could not be
met. and they determined to
wind up their affair*. Tl.e;r paper is
lie Id by Eastern and S' louts banker*
Me*-r-. Newman ami Farr, of the Stock
Yards Bank, were the principal stock -
holders, and before th" assignment was
mad" they transferred their bank to Isaac
C. Knox, ravmg him a bonus to as-unie all
the responsibilities. Mrs. Karr mortgaged
her home in Vandevpnter for $30,(G0 to meet
this bonus. T'"dav the Mechanics" Bank, of
St Louis, paid trie depositors of the Stock
Yaids Bank ui full, paving out jr.AJb.OiW.
The bank will continue id business.
A TORPEDO ATTACK.
The Efficiency of tbe Atlanta's Lights
Newport, K. 1., Oct. 11.—. Uninteresting
and successful naval experiment was made
in the outer harbor to-night in the form of
a torpedo attack on the United States
cruiser Atlanta, which wo* stripped of her
upper spars, and all her spare spars
were used in forming a line of defense
about her. Outside of this, at a distance of
about forty feet from tbe ship, was stretched
a steel hawser, shutting off all possible ap
proach. Tbe attacking force consisted of
fifteen or twenty steam launches,
under command of Com. Chester, of
the Galena The test was made after dark,
and satisfactorily demonstrated the efficien
cy of the powerful -earch light* on board
tbe Atlanta. Most of the boats were dis
covered at a distance of oue-half mile, and
none were able to get within 100 yards un
AFRAID OF THE CYCLONE.
Brownsville’s Streets Flooded and
New On leans, Oct. 11.—A special from
Brownsville to the Timex-Democrat says:
••The report of another hurricane in the
Gulf, moving west, creates great uneasiness
here. Seven indies of rain fell last night,
and the Rio Graude i* higher than ever be
fore. The whole country along the river is
inundated, and a number of bouses in this
city are inaccessible on account of high
water, the streets being overflowed. In
Matarosas tbe fl<xd hail spread greatly.
The steamer Aranzas has been two days off
the bar unable to communicate with tbe
town on aecouut of rough weather.”
NINE HOURS FOR PRINTERS.
Subordinate Unions Notified to Await
the Result of a Talk.
Cincinnati, 0., Oct. 11.—William Aimi
son. President of the International Typo
graphical Union, announce* to all the sub
ordinate unions that at a meeting of the
Executive Council of the International
Typographical Union, held here to-day for
the purpose of conference, and for consid
eration of the nine-hour law adopted at the
Buffalo session, it was unanimously
Resolved, That a committee of seven be ap
pointed to confer with a like committee of the
Publisher* Association w hich meets in Chicago
on Tuesday, Oct. I*. 1887. whose duty it shall Ve
to endeavor to bring about that harmony of
feeling and artlou which should exist between
ail honorable employers and employes, and to
secure, if possible, recognition of the
right* of both parties: that the enforce
ment of the nine-hours' law and
all its provision* lx* nmqeui'led, and that all
subordinate union* under the jurisdiction of
tin* body be notified that they are hereby re
quired to withdraw the demand made Sept. 1.
18*7. and that the conditions of this resolution
remain in force until further notified by this
exix-utive committee of the proposed confer
The following are appointed members of
the conference committee mentioned above,
and should meet at McCoy’s Hotel, Chicago,
not later than f)ct. 17: Jacob Cobb of Cin
cinnati, O. 1,. Smith of Denver, George
Clark of St. Louis, A. Robertson of Chicago.
Martin Knowles of Chicago, A. P. Marston
of Washington, and W. A. Armour of
Gotham’s Striking Printers.
New York, Oct. 11—The Tvpotheta;
'master printers) decided this afternoon not
I to give m to the demands of the striking
I employes to make their offices union offices.
! The secretary of the organization said it
! would be a light ot many weeks. The em
j ployea of Devmn's shop and the elect,rotyp
| env nf R. Hanntr Smith K Sons were the
! addition to-.lay to the ranks of the strikers.
Braasworkera Still Out.
New York. Oct. 11—All attempts to
bring to an end tiie brassworkers’ strike
here have been fruitless. The employes this
afternoon refused to give the men a Satur
day liulf-holiday with the full pay de
nuuided, and also notified the strikers that
they would hereafter hold no conference
with any but their own men.
LATONIA AND JEROME.
Results of the Day’s Races on the Two
Cincinnati, Oct. 11.—Following is a
summary of to-day’s events at LatoniaPark :
First Race Seven furlongs Fronie I-oui.se
woo, with Anarch second and Phil I-ouis third.
Second Race— Five furlongs. Round About
won, with Bertha second arid Helen Brooks
third. Time 1:0!
Third Race Three quarters of a mile.
I-ucky Jim won, with Lomax second and Mis
hap third. Time 1:22T 4
Fourth Race—One and one-sixteenth miles.
Birthday won, with I’aragou second and Calalpa
Firth Race—One mile, earns won, with
Galatea second aud Frigate third. Time 1:53.
AT JEROME PA UK.
New York, Oct. 11.—Following is a sum
mary of to-day’a events at the Jerome Park
First Race—One and one-sixteenth miles.
Eolian won, with KoyalAreh second aud Tar
bouclie third. (Time 1:58. Rupeft stumbled and
threw his Jockey, Biily Donohue, who was badly
shaken up and had In* c >llarl>nne broken.
Becond Rack -Three-quarters of a mile. Em
peror of Norfolk won. with Belinda second and
Satan third. Time 1:1714.
Third Rack One and threenuart-r miles.
Friend won. with Diadem second and Pomona
third. Time 3:13.
Fourth Race One and one-half miles. Linden
won, with Volante second and F.unis third.
Firm Race F'ive-eighlhs of a mile. Freedom
won, with Armstrong second and Choctaw third.
The Blue Grass Country.
John H. Jones, Tuttle, Ky., writes: I have
Ixs-n selling medicine for seventeen years.
I pronounce Dr. Bigger*’ Huckleberry Cor
dial the liest I ever sold. It gives joy to
Beginning to arrive. Ready to show a nice
selection for early fall wear, also fall Over
coats. They are nicer and prices lower
than ever, to show our customers that wo
have removed to the northeast corner Con
an's.* and Whitaker streets. The Famous
New York Clothing House manufacture nil
the clotiung they sell, dealing direct with
the consumer. We save every one who
buys of us at least 25 per rent.
At the Harnett House, Savannah, Ga,
you get all the comforts of the high-priced
no eis, and save from $1 to $3 ]>or (lay. Try
it and be convinced. —lloston Home Jour
THE MORNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1887.
EACH HAVE A GAME.
1 The Windy City Sluggers Turn the
Tables on St. Louis.
St Louis, Oct. 11.—Although it wa* a
: col i disagreeable dav from 1 J.twD to 15,000
pe- -pie saw tbe Detroit* play a very good
game, ami the Browns a very bad one. in
tbe world'* championship series to-day. The
home team's rank errors, jarticmarly th're
of Latham and Boyle, gave Detroit their
first four runs. The work of the Browns was
hleie*-. a- compared with that yesterday,
their fielding except that of O'Niel and
Carrutbers, being wretched, and
their base running very sleepy.
Both pitchers were hit freely. Had Foutz
received proper support the hit* charged
aga:n-t him would not only have been
fewer, but tbe Detroit* would not have
triade more than one run. Hanlon for the
visitors earned a run on splendid ba*e run
ning. stealing second and third. Following
is me score by innings and summary:
s- Louis 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0— 3
Detro.l 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 o—s
Ra*r bib—}jt. Louis 10. Detroit 12.
Errors— St. Lotus 7. Detroit 2.
liarienes—Foutz and Boyle, CoDway and
Tail-Enders Fighting it Out.
Indianapolis, Oct. 11.—To-day's game
between the tail-enders resulted in a walk
over for the home team. The visitors were
shut out. The score by innings and sum
Indianapolis 1 1 1 2 7000 o—l 2
Base tnts-Indianapolis 11. Cleveland 6.
Earned runs—lndianapolis 9.
GENERAL RAILWAY NEWS.
Matters of Money anl Management
About Various Lines.
The earning* of the Charleston and Sa
vannah railroad in August were $34,327 34,
a decrease of $-V.*i 51 compared with August,
1 •ssh. The Port Royal and Western Carolina *
earning* were #15,3*51 15, a de-rcase of
#Nj '-Pi since August, lMfi. The total earn
ings of ail South Carolina roads in August
were HTd,O32 85, a net increase of #47,-
Bupt. Bowkeley. of the Air-Line road,
ha* been instructed by the Rich
mond and Danville authorities to at once
extend the passenger accommodations at
Spartanburg, in the way of heating and
conveniences, and to put the buildings in
such condition a* will fairly well accommo
date buxine** at tliat point. He lias also
been instructed to reconstruct the depot at
Greenville to such an extent as will equally
accommodate the business at that point.
The management informs the Railriad
Commissioners that they are not prepared
at present to take up the question of a joint
station with the Port Roval and Western
Car Mina at Spartanburg. They are especially
desirous, they say, of affording every
facility at their command for the proper
ae'-omiicxlntion of the people, but the recent
reduction in rates and the necessary shrink
age in the earnings of the lines is coming to
tie such a serious question that they are
unable to determine from what source
sufficient revenue is to he provided to meet
the demands of the public in respect to
The Central’s Goodwater Extension.
The following facts are given in an inter
view a Birmingham Herald reporter had
with Maj. Dabney concerning the work on
the Goodwater extension of the Columbus
and Western railroad:
From Good water the track is laid a few
miles past .Syllai-anga, though not yet in
thorough condition for traffic. The piers
for the bridge at the Coosa river are practi
cally finished, and work on the superstruc
ture is only delayed because the iron has
not yet arrived for its construction. The
bridge* and grading from Coosa river to
Coosa mountain tunnel, are nearly com
pleted. Coosa mountain tunnel is aliout
halt finished, and ail tbe grading from
Coosa mountain to Oak mountain has been
finished except one heavy fill. Oak moun
tain tunnel is about one-half way through
the mountain, and the grading from the
tunnel to Ix-wls is about completed. At
Ixeeds everything hangs fire jiending the in
junction suit*. With the exception of two
or three heavy rock cuts, the roadbed from
Leeds to Birmingham is completed, and over
one half of the track has been roughly laid.
The injunction suits by certain land
owners at Jx-eds against tiie Columbus and
Western railroad were postponed yesterday
on account of the illness of Judge fSharp, of
the City Court. They are set for to-mor
•Should the injunction suit in the Leeds
mu ldle, now pending in the name of the
State, lie decided adversely to the railroad,
the road would, it is said, be debarred from
coming to Birmingham, as the entire Leeds
gap is occupied by the prospective town site
‘‘Be wise with speed;
A fool at forty ia a fool indeed!”
So said Young! Straws show which way
the wind blows, and there are a score of
symptoms any one of which shows the ex
istence of catarrh. Neglected, it will rob
the blood of its purity and the system of its
strength. Get IJr. Sage’s Catarrh Remedy.
It cures even long-standing cases, ns thou
sands testify, and should be used for colds in
the head, which often result in confirmed
Summer Flowers Are All Now Faded
Summer joys are all past and summer
hopes are dead forever, but hope springs
eternal in the human breast. Remember
the tJKtth Grand Monthly drawing of the
Louisiana State Lottery Company, which
will take place without fail on Tuesday
.always Tuesday! Nov. b; someone will be
better off. Here is how the :Ai*th resulted
Sept. 13. 1887, at New Orleans. la. 'Ticket
No. 37,43*5 drew the First Capital Prize
*lsiyjoo. Ticket No. <51,503 drew the Sec
ond Grand Prize of $50,000; it was sold in
tenths at sl, sent to M. A Dauphin, New
Orleans. I>a.; one went to the People’s Bank
of New York eity; one to Paul Baier, 15*5
Hudson avenue, Chicago, 111., through
Southern Express Company; one to Chris
F. Netz, 137 West North avenu*, Chicago,
111., through Southern Express Company;
one to Albert Evans, through First Na
tional Bank of Pueblo, Col.; one to F. Ep
stein, Roodhoiise, 111., through Itoo.lhou-e
Bank; one to Paul Kinler, runner Union
National Bank, New Orleans, for a deposi
tor; one to Frank Uillett, Norfolk, Neb.,
through Southern Express Company, etc.,
etc. Ticket No. U 5,372 drew the Third
Grand Prize of $30,000; it was sold in tenths
at #1 each; two were paid to Mrs. Francis
W. Siddail, Canton, 0., through Southern
Express Company; one to National Com
mercial Bank, Mobile, Ala.; one to Charles
; Johnson, Mobile, Ala., through National
Commercial Bank, Mobile; one to Godhilf
Wizamaun. New York, through Southern
Express Company; one to B. Nathan, 83b
Broadway, New York, through Southern
Express Company. Nos. 61,677 and 6'J,3i#t
drew the two Fourt h Grand Prizes of SIO,OOO
each; they were sold in tenths at #1 each,
sent to M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La.
They were held by parties in San Francisco
and Sonora, Cal.; New Orleans, lap: Bos
ton, Mass.; Kansas City and St. Joseph,
Mo. ; Denver, Col. ; New York City, N. V. ;
Memphis and Glemnary, Tenn.; "Franklin
ton, N. C.; Fort Union. N. Mi x.; Milwau
kee and Janesville, Wis.; Norton, Kan;
Sioux City, Iowa; and Gordo, Ala; and the
other portion of $535,000 were sent to all
)arts of the world, and it all will occur
again on Tuesday. Nov. b, 1887. For full
particulars of which event address M. A.
Dauphin, New Orleans, La. —New Orleans
(La.) Times Democrat, Oct. 6.
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all medicine dealers.
Tbe Savannah Weekly News.
For Saturday, Oct 15, 1887-
READY THIS MORNING
First Pxox—a Girl of Honolulu: Romance of
P.i' bmond. an Original Story by Walter M.
Richmond; A Story of the War; Leather from
Human Skin; Encyclopedias.
Becono Paoe—Cleveland at Chicaeo: Ex-
Gov. Washburn Dead: Huff End* Hi* Speech;
Mariacua Mention; Peabody'* Fund; More
Trouble in Morebead: Not on a Junketing Tnp:
Manning Resigns; Tampa's Foolish Scare;
Tobacco in Gadsden; Cotton in Texas; Wel
comed to Washington.
Third Pace —A Tour Fu’l of Triumph: Sitting
Bull's Fiendi*hness: Knight* and Anarchists:
Bribery In 'Frisco; Huff's Bill Sent Back; Gould
Gets the B. & O.: Evil* of Protection: Romance
of a Nun: Jenny land at Home; Slandering Mr
Vilas: Robber* Take a Train.
Fourth Psoe—At tbe Home of Vilas: Gould's
New Line; Southern Cotton Mills; Cotton s Poor
Yield; War on the M -rmons; A Mysterious
Pitcher; Victorious Volunteer; Convict and
Rum Hole; Hawthorne lv.-sonals; A Murderous
Maniac; Facts About the Mormons; Yellow Jack
Firm Page—A Detective's Stone*; Bis
marck's Two Allies: Government Bonds; Cot
ton's Condition; Influence is Required, illus
trated: Cleveland an Angler: Athenian Annals:
Tampa's Dread Visitor: Gotham's Cholera Ship:
State Officers Fined
Sixth Page— Tarujia s Mild Epidemic: Cleve
land* Quiet Sunday; Emma Abbott Flashes
Eire: Interview With Mrs. E. J. Nicholson;
Charleston Items: Socialists Up in Arms; Wives
of Literaieurs; Diplomacy at the Casino; The
Bottom Falling Out.
Seventh Page— Agricultural Department:
Farming that Does Not Pay: Ways of Wasting
Milk; Green Soiling: Eggs by Weight; Smoke
a* a Fertilizer: Manuring (iraperines: Tobacco
in Bartow County: Household: Farm and Stock
Notes. Popular Science: The Venice of To-day;
Lesser Gods of Wall Street; A Dozen Wealthy
Editors; Veteran Usher is a Woman; Mile.
Eighth Page— Recruit* for Christ, Talmage
Says the Churches Should Invade the Unoccu.
pied Fields; Georgia's Central City; Sitting
Room and Sidewalk; Petite Women the Fashion;
The Anarchists' Wives.
Ninth Page —Cities to be Proud of. Cleveland
on the Rivalry of St Paul and Minneapolis;
Thirty Said to be Dead. Fire Breaks Out in a
Train Wreck in Indiana; A Better Bond Wanted,
The State Road Lessees Must Put Up 3!.((*;.GJJ
More; Three Sick and a Death, The Mortality at
Tampa Still Very Small: Other Telegrams.
Tenth Page —The News in Georgia. Gathered
from Correspondents and Exchanges; High
Judges on the Bench: Opening the Piedmont,
Thousands Throng the Grounds: An Ex pres*
Safe Robber: Tampa Still in Doubt; Murderer*
Eleventh Page— Round About in Florida,
News of the State Told in Paragraphs; South
Caroline. Items: Virginias Jailed Officials;
Cleveland at St. Paul: Cotton Consumed;
Florida's Metropolis; Randall in the House;
Twelfth Paok— Editorial: Scheming Against
Mr. Cleveland; A Significant Resolution; The
Sad Voyage of the Alesia; Ohio Politics; The
President's Chicago Reception; Preparing For a
Centennial Celebration; The President's Rebel
lious Temper; Dangerous Haste of Health
officer Smith: Encouraging Immigration.
Quinn Squelched: Minor Telegrams.
Thirteenth Paoe— Ixcal Dejiartment: An
other Cotton Eire; The Naval Stores Trade; Not
Afraid of Yellow Fever; A Blaze in Mid-Air;
The Condition of the Crops; An Entrance Se
cured; Set Upon in His Office; Turned Into the
Pool; Wednesday's Tw o Fire*; Tampa Asks for
Help: A Youth in the Toils; A Newly Projected
Fourteenth Page— ln the Denver Stage; Van
derbilt and the Cats; Ranch Life of Girls; In a
Tight Fix; American Girls Abroad; A Good
Story; Daughter of a Queen; A Maguey Planta
I iKTEENTii Page— Why he Killed His Mother;
A Convenient Wooden Leg: Hamnmcks for the
Sick: The Western Girl: Brea! From Heaven;
Low-Down-Dog's Tale; Not Used to a Hotel:
Phenomenal; She Was Only a Woman After
All; How the Ameer Punished an Alarmist;
Defrauding Sewing Girls Systematically: He
Knew When to Stop: Current Comment; Bright
Bits; Personal; Items of Interest.
Sixteenth Paoe— Commercial and Financial
Review of the Week; Other Items; Advertise
Just the paper to send to your friends.
Single ci qiies 5 cents.
For sa'e at Estiii’s News Depot and at the of
fice 3 Whitaker street.
i*. p. i* MAM FArrntixG co.
The Weather To-Day Will Be
Cooler, except slightly wanner in north
Georgia, fresh to brisk northerly winds,
in Oiin in Eras',
BY THE USE OF
PItICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT, POTASSII'M
I had a nejrra working on my place
who lmd a very ugly sore on hi* neck,
extending from the chin to the breast
bone. It was eating away rapidly, and
was supposed to lx* a cancer, lie had
gotteu to such a state that he was not
able to work, and could only swallow
milk or soup. At this stage I decided to
try Dr. Whiteboiul’s Blood Purifier on
him Prickly Ash, Poke Rout and Potas
sium P. P. P Thu effect was perfectly
wonderful. The sore began to heal at
once, ami the man daily trained in
strength and llesh, iill finally the entire
of impure flesh came out. ami the
place rilled up and Kuablxsd over. This
scab finally shed off and left a smooth
scar whore once a most filthy eating
sore had been. The man is now work*
iutf in the woods an a regular hand, and
is in p Tfevt health. I). F. McDUFFY.
Mr. Me Duffy is a well known oper
ator in Naval Stores at Glenmore, Ga.
P. P. P. is the only certain
Remedy for all Blood Diseases.
Asa Tonic it is Unrivaled.
For Sale by ail Medicine Dealers.
< ONDKNSKD MI I.K.
Highland Brand Condensed Milk.
A Pure Milk condensed to a syrupy consistency.
AT STRONG'S DRUG STORE,
Corner Bull and Perry street lane.
rpo COUNTY OFFICERS. Books and Blansk
1 required by county officers for the use of
IBe courts, or for office use, supplied to order by
the MORNING NEWS PRINTING HOUSE, "3
Whitaker street. Savnonah.
HANLON — The reiarives, friends and ac
quaintance of Mr. and Mr* Tb.mas Hanlon,
and of E H Conway and family, are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral of the wife of
the former, from her late residence. Purse, one
door from Jon-*, at 9:39 o'clock THIS (.Wednes
HOVER—The friends an! acquaintance of
Mr ami Mrs L. L. Hovia are requested to at
tend the funeral o? the latter, at the laurel
•■rove Cemetery, a: 10:30 o'cioek WEDNESDAY
McFARLAND —The friends and acquaintance
of Mr and Mr* T. McFarland are respectfully
inem-d to at :end the funeral of their son.
Charles* L. McFaki.ind. from their residence.
Ogeechee road, three doors from Sarah street,
THIS AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock.
TIGHE.—Died, oa Baad, Oet 9th, 1887,
Many A , relict of the late Patrick Tigbe. aged
GOLDEN RI LE LODGE NO. 12. L O. O. F.
A regular meeting of this Lodge will be held
THIS EVENING at 8 o'clock.
Members of other Lodges and visiting brothers
are invited to attend.
By order of FRED EINSFELD, N. G.
D. F. McCoy. Secretary.
WORKINGMEN’S BENEVOLENT ASSO
Attend a special meeting at your Hall THIS
(Wednesday) EVENING, at 7:90 o'clock. By
order THOMAS KEENAN, President.
J. T. Fitzhsxery. R &
PULASKI LOAN ASSOCIATION.
The regular monthly meeting of the Pulaski
Loan Association, being the 74th of Series 8.,
wdi l*e held on THIS 1 Wednesday EVENING,
at * o'clock. at the offices of Garrard A Meldrim,
135 Bay street.
R D. WALKER, President.
WiiJ.iA* Garrard, Secretary.
THE MERf H ANTS ANII MECH ANICS'
LOAN ASSOC IATION.
The sixty-fifth (65th) regular monthly meet
ing of this .Association will he held at the office
of Jackson A Whatley, THIS (Wednesday;
EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
D. G. PURSE, President.
J. L. Whatley. Secretary.
GERM AN FIRE COMPANY.
A special meeting of the Genuan Fire Com
pany will be held at their Hall on THURSDAY
EVENING, Pith inst., at 8 o'clock. It is of the
utmost importance that every member be pres
ent at this meeting. The shareholders in the
Company 's building are also earnestly requested
to attend. JOSEPH KOOS, President.
Advertisements inserted under “Siteeial
Sot ires" wiU be charged $! 00 a Square each
YOCTHs HISTORICAL SOCIETY
WiU give their Entertainment on WEDNES
DAY. OCT. 19, 1887. A limited number of Tick
ets will be placed for disposal by the Committee.
Honorary and Pay Mem tiers admitted free.
SPEC IAL NOTICE.
Stockholders in arrears for 9th INSTALL
MENT METROPOLITAN SAVINGS AND LOAN
COMPANY, due TUESDAY, Oct. 11th, ran
avoid fines by immediate settlement,
H. C. DAVIS. Treasurer.
Neither the Captain nor Consignees of the
British steamship SC AW FELL, whereof
Stanhope is Master, will be responsible for any
debts contracted by the crew.
A. MINIS & SONS. Consignees.
Neither the Captain nor Consignees of the
British steamship ANNIE, whereof Ormston
is Master, will be responsible for any debts
contracted by the crew.
A. MINIS A SONS, Consignees.
Neither the Master nor the Agents of the
British steamship ABEONA will be responsible
for any debts contracted by the crew.
WILDER & CO., Agents.
Conignees per steamship DESSOUG, arriving
Oct. 1, are notified tliat ail goods remaining on
wharf after 6 o'clock TO-MORROW EVENING
will be stored at their expense.
C. G. ANDERSON. .Agent.
DK. T. B. CHISHOLM
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
CITY TREASURER S OFFICE, i
Savannah, Ga., Oct. 1, 1887. f
The following taxes are now due:
REAL ESTATE. Third Quarter. 1887.
STOCK IN TRADE, Third Quarter, 1887
FURNITURE. ETC.. Third Q ,arter. 1887.
MONEY, SOLVENT DEBTS, ETC., Third
Quarter, 18,81 .
Also GROUND RENTS in arrears for two or
A discount of TEN PER CENT, will be al
lowed upon all of the a'jove (except Ground
llentsi if paid within fifteen dans after Of't. 1.
C. S. HARDEE. City Treasurer.
ULMER'S Lit ER C ORRECTOR.
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.
University of Georgia.
P. 11. HELL, ft D„ 11 ft, Chancellor.
nTHER7tb cession of the Departments at \th
-1 ens will begin Wednesday, Octotier ft, 1887.
TUITION FREE, except in Law Department.
Secretary Board of Trustees
MAIT’IN'N UNIV ERSITY SCHOOL,
Kllioott City. Md.
SIXTH SESSION opens 1 Ath September. For
catalogues address CHAPMAN MAUPIN,
M. A., Principal.
'>*' I'lO‘F* • iT* Meyie actubirs Oe FINE
desks, bank countep.3
iHgggßatfijWw-j BANk. COURT HOUSE,
GOVERNMENT WORK and
fine office fittTnos.
"ti‘Cr BerstWorkandLowest Pricei
Guaranteed. 100 pegs Illuiti
Ct'talc| f 'i, S-prgeverpr-.iteO, ■ B
OCTOBER 10. 11 AND 13.
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF AMERICA'S
Mrs. D. P. Bowers,
Mr. HENRY AVELING
And her own company, in the following select
MONDAY. OCT. 10th. QUEEN ELIZABETH.
TUESDAY. MADAME CKtESUS
WEDNESDAY MATINEE. LADY AUDLEY S
WEDNESDAY NIGHT.QUEEN ELIZABETH.
' Mrs. D. P. Bowers performance of the ex
acting role of ’Elizabeth* is a marvel to our
older theatregoers and a revelation to the
younjrer one*." .Yew York Tribune
Seat* on sale at Davis Bros,* (>ct Kth.
Next attraction. Tom Keene. Oct. *2O. 21 and 22.
Hstoi nil Sarmieli
Commencing SUNDAY. MAY 15th. this Com
pany will seU round trip tickets to
By foUowing Trains and at following Rates:
By train leaving Sundays only, at 5:43 a. m : re
turning, leave Charleston at 3:33 r. x , same
day $1 00
By train leaving Sunday only at 6:43 a. m : re
turning, leave Charleston Monday morn
ing $2 00
By train leaving Saturday at 8:33 p. M : return
ing. leave Charleston Monday morning.. $3 50
By train leaving Saturday at 12:26 p st.: return
ing, leave Charleston Monday morning.. $3 00
Tickets for sale at WM. BREN'S. Bull street,
and at Depot. E. I*. M(*SWINEY,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
2 and 3 lb TOMATOES,
2and 3 lb OKRA and TOMATOES,
EARLY’ JUNE PEAS,
EXTRA SIFTED PEAS.
Abcve are new packing! 1887 >, and for sale at
HAMS —Our 12).) and 13c. Hams give good satis
BREAKFAST STRIPS only 12)4c. per pound,
BONELESS CORN BEEF.
CODFISH in 1 and 2 It. bricks.
MACKEREL in kits and half barrels.
HERRING at lowest prices.
Call and inspect our stock and learn our
prices. Goods delivered promptly.
33 and 33 1-3 Barnard Street.
Mutual Co-Operative Association,
UNDER ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
—l3 HEADQUARTERS FOR—
Cross & Blackwell’s Preserves,
AND ANYTHING IN—
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
John R. Withington, Agt.
Rust, Proof Oats, Seed Rye,
And aU kinds of VEGETABLES and FRUITS
By every steamer.
25 Cars Oats, 25 Cars Hay,
50 Cars Corn.
GRITS, MEAL, CORN EYE BEAN, PEAS,
and feed of all kinds.
153 BAY STREET.
Warehouse in S., F. & W. R'y Y'ard.
T. R BOND & CO.
A FINE CONFECTION IMPORTED FROM
Try a Small Box, at
A. M. & C. W. WESTS.
*) CASES this season pack. TOMA-
A.UBW ToKn. CORN, OKRA and TOMA
TO ES, PINE APPLES etc.
FOR SALE 3Y
C.M GILBERT & CO.,
WiP ILESALE GROCERS,
S2EALKI) PROPOSALS will be. received by the
*,/ Bounty Commissioners of Duval county,
Honda, until 12 o'clock noon on DECEMBER
sth, IHB7, for the building of an addition
to the County Jail, in plan 44 feet by 58
feet, to contain 42 cells.
Plans can be seen and specifications procured
At the office of R. N. ELLIS, County Engineer ,
Bostwcks Block, Jacksonville, Fla. Separate
bids will !*• received for the iron work. All bids
to 1* marked ' Bids for County Jail" ami ad
dressed ,0 . Cast T. E. BUCKMAN, County
Clerk. Jacksonville, Fla. The Commissioners
reserve the right to reject any or all bids.
R. N. ELLIB,
, .. County Engineer.
Jacksonville. Fla., Sept. 12. 1887.
At the Head of the Heap!
VND only our second fall season. Being very
busy since Sept. Ist with our Custom De
partment, we have neglected to inform our
friends and the public at large that we have on
hand and ready for inspection one of the most
complete lines of
For all shape men, boys and youths ever ex
hibited in our Forest City.
Our style of doing business STRICTLY ONE
PRICE TO ALL. with each and every article
MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES (which has met
with so much favor since we commenced busi
ness (is sufficient to guarantee satisfaction ia
We have every department complete,
Hats, Trunks, Valises,
Gent’s Furnishing; Gods,
to which we call particular attention to styles,
assortment and prices. Our specials this season
are as follows:
Special (‘ustom Department—Armenian Natu
ral Wool Sanitary Underwear'recommended by
all physicians•. Screven’s Patent Elastic Seaiii
Drawers [to sea m > them is to buy them], Earl
A Wilson's Collars and Cuffs, Ward's Reverse G
T.ineu Covered Paper Collars. Chocolate Colt
Imitation Camel Hair Underwear, Miller's New
York Fine Stiff and Silk Hats.
Our buyer is at present in New York, where
he will b • tor the n-vt tea days, and th- pimi]-
can depend oil anything new or novel in our
line which has come out since the seas n
Remember the number. 163 CONGRESS
STREET, opposite the market.
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS,
HATTERS AND GENT'S FURNISHERS
We are pleased to announce that we are new
exhibiting samples from which to
make selections for
Clothing to Order,
and feel confident that this season will add
greatly to our already widespread popularity in
this bi-nnch of our business.
We are showing all the newest designs, colors
and textures of materials, the best productions
of foreign and domestic markets, and guaran
tee stylish, easy and graceful fitting garments,
thoroughly made, and at moderate prices.
We would advise the placing of orders with
us early, that the zarments mav be finished in
time Although we have largely increased our
facilities in this department we may not be able
to keep pare with the demand later on.
If sroods do not pleas* in every particular our
customers are requested not to take them.
Satisfaction is guaranteed.
To our old customers we make the above an
nouncement. satisfied with the result
Of those who have never dealt with us we ask
a trial. Respect fully,
AN ALL- WOOL SUIT WITH
EXTRA RANTS AND CAP TO
MATCH OR BOYS FROM 4
TO 14 FOR
1 161 CONGRESS SI
B. H. LEVY & BRO.
GAS FIXTURES, IIOSE, ETC.
JOHN NICOLSON, Jr.
GLOBES & SHADES.
A.l ill Supplies*,
Hydrant Steam ai Suction
IRON PIPES AND FITTINGS,
Lift and Force Pumps.
30 and 33 Dravton St.
BOXES PRIME DRY SALT SHOULDERS
■S> Boxes DRY SALT STRIPS.
00 Boxes HAMS.
00 Boxes CUMBERLAND CUT SMOKED
2ft Boxes SMOKED SHOULDERS.
B 0 Barrels POTATOES.
50 Barrels ONIONS.
50 Barrels APPLES.
JO Barrels CABBAGE.
All choice stock. Bottom prices.
A. EHRLICH & BRO,
Wholesale Grocers and Liquor Dealers,
k r >7 BAY H T Jl VI FI r P .