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GEORGIA ASP FLORIDA.
NJV.’S O.T THE TWO STATES TOLD
A Masonic Lodge to be Organized at
j Eastman-A White Man from Worth,
County Gets Into Serious Trouble a?
Albany—A Flying Chip Causes tble.
Loss of an Eye.
A student wbo goes to college at Athens,
goes bareheaded all the time.
Hon. 'William Pitt Eastman, who lias
been dangerously ill at F.ugtm-Vi, is con
Clarke Superior Court convened Mondav.
There are very few important eases to be
tried at this term.
The Americus Library Association has
ordered about seventy-fit e new books. This
is its annual order.
Harmony Grove h :li a cotton block.
There are I,SOO bales jn the place that cau’t
be moved at present by the railroad.
At Athens Sat’ inlay a horse trader
swapped a horse/.or a barrol of sorghum,
with a chicken c oop and pig pen thrown in.
At' Athens Fir. E. D. Newton has loaned
the beautiful. stool engraving, “Napoleon's
Return fror-.i Elba," to the University li
At Athens the firm of W. 11. Towns A Cos.
has dissolved. W. H. Towns buying out the
Compaq y. He will continue business in his
own ut tiae.
Thtj prohibition fight will probably begin
in t/.je near future in Baldwin county. The
qf 4s promise a hard "tight, while fhe Pro
h.' nitiouists are determined to be dry.
Tt is thought tlint between 7,000.000 and
10,000,000 feet of timber will come down
to Darien during this month from the up
country. Several millions have already ar
The editor of the Athens Banner-Watch
man was shown on Saturdav some interest
ing letters from Presidents Monroe, Adams
and other distinguished members of the old
The Griffin Cotton Mills have a good sup
ply of cotton ou hand, and are benefited
greatly by the rise in the price of cotton.
Orders have recently been received for
largo amounts of goods.
Tbe fall meeting of the Harris County
Sunday School Association, held at Bethle
hem church, in Valley Plains district, on
the first Wednesday in Xovendier, was one
of the roost interesting in the history of the
At Madison Rev. Gladden, a negro
preacher, lost his money he had received
from a hale of cotton last week and his wife
thinks that it deranged liis mind,he as has not
been seen since. It is thought that he
Work is rapidly progressing on the new
opera house building at Athens. The con
tract for papering has been given to Pan'
Bros., of Athens. The paper was made to
order, and cost £750. V part of the scenery
ha* arrived, and is being pul in position.
The Masons of Eastman have applied for
a chapter of the Royal Arch to be estab
lished at that place, and the Grand High
Priest of Georgia having granted ]>eemis
sion for the saine, has requested the mem
bers of Constantine Chapter No. 4, of Ma
con, to assist him in constituting it to-day.
A young man name Maning, in Paulding
connty, while picking up potatoes last Sat
urday stuck a stick in his eyeball. Dr.
Slaughter was called in to take it, out, but
it had entered the nnteria chand>er nod
turned around, and it could not lie taken
out without taking out the eyeball. He
■will probably lose his eye.
At Fort Valley the dry goods store of
Waster & Glass was entered by burglars
Wednesday night, and several hundred dol
lars’ worth of goods taken. The wire screen
to one of the front windows was wrenched
so as to allow the window to be raised. The
tracks of a one-horse wagon were seen in
front of the store and tracked a mile or so
in the country, but could not be traced to
The cannon ball train on the Savannah,
Florida and Western railway ran over an
old mule between Baennton and Hardaway
Saturday morning. The back trucks of the
engine were thrown off, the track torn up,
and the train delayed four hours. Owing to
heavy shipment, and consequent delay of
the freight trains, the incoming night
passenger train from Brunswick to Albany
was delayed two hours.
At Milledgeville, the coming municipal
election is the absorbing topic. There are,
perhaps, a dozen candidates for the two
Marshal's positions, and every issue of the
local papers contain new nominations for
the Alderuianic Board. At an enthusiastic
meeting held in tlie court house the follow
ing ticket was nominated: For
Mayor, C. W. Ennis; for Aider
men, W. Coraker, M R. Bell, J.
F.. Wall, D. B Hanford, F. Wilson, J. IV.
McMillan This composes a strong ticket.
Tbe present Mayor, Capt. Sam Walker, it
is said, will not allow his name used for an
other term. Ho has been Mayor nearly ten
At Macon Saturday .T. M. Johnston, W
H BoPs. Ban Smith, X. It. Jaques and J.
F. Hans-on published a call to the different
towns and cities in the State asking them to
join in raising a good round sum of money
to assist in brightening the declining days
of the old hero, Hon. Jefferson Davis. Al
though the movement began in Macon, it is
intended to be a comprehensive one, ami
every point in Georgia will be canvassed.
A good deal of money was raised among
these gentlemen when they first met, and
during the week a member of the committee
will visit the leading cit ies.
As the Georgia fust, train was backing
out of the shed at Augusta, Sunday night,
some unknown white man standing on the
platform nest to he, engine threw two
brick tats with great violence into a crowd
standing near the waiting room One of
the missiles struck an old gentleman on the
ankle and bruised it considerably, ami sev
eral other people narrowly escaped being
struck also. Whatoould have induced such
an act is unknown. The matter was report
ed to the police, and as the miscreant was
accurately described the probability is that
he will be apprehended and severely pun
At Hawkinsville Saturday, Mrs. Drew W.
Taylor, familiarly called' Aunt Betsy,
mother of H. D. I'aylor and S. \V. Taylor,
had a very narrow escape from fatally
burning. For several months she has been
confined to her bed with paralysis, anti
about 11:30 p. iu., she, iu her helpless condi
tion, and with her paralytic hand, under
took to use a small Kerosene lamp, which
"*** she overturned, igniting her clothing;
her granddaughter. Miss Stella, was await
ened by tke flash, and the assistance of the
nurae quickly outed t he flames, burning her
hands badly, while her grandmother scarce
-At. Macon Manager J. F. Hanson, of the
Bibb Manufacturing Company’s two cotton
mills, has lately put in a good deal of new
machinery. These mills have innde a record
of which the comiiany Ims a right to be
proud. There are about 460 hands employed,
all told, and the weekly pay-roll runs up to
about. f3,000. The hands are paid off every
Saturday and paid ir. cash, somethingdifl'cr
ent. from many mills where the store-check
system is in vogue. The daily output of
yarn from the 18,000 spindles amounts to
about 14,000 pounds, and thirty-five bnles of
cotton are used. Only once, for six w eeks
in 1880, during twelve years have th mills
been run on short, time. ’ Their markets are
the world at large. Maj. Hanson says the
demand is now very good.
Athens Banner- Watchman: In conver
sation with several prominent merchant#
vests relay they say that, trade is completely
Mocked by the merchants who buy oottou
>iing forced to give due billß for it. They
' Uim that is the fault of the cotton buyeiw
who rive their checks to the merchants and
i nen hold the cotton on speculation. The
penes sy that t hey have the money if the
puyer will ship their cotton and attach the
wait to bill of lading. This puts the cotton
in ipe hands of the banks and thfv are se
cuF a by this mode. There is oup f fling cer
byuthat this block is hurting trade in our
efty to a fearful extent, find something must
done at once, as it is not only hurtful to
trade but is keeping a great deal of cotton
| from coming pi the city. Tim blame lies
somewhere and something must be done.
A most distressing accident occurred four
milts south of Dalton Saturday. C. 31
Phelps, who moved to the comity from Vir
ginia, a few years since, lives there, and the
Western and Atlantic and the East Tennes
see railroads run parallel. Till' residence of
Mr. llielps is on the west side, his bam and
stables on the cast. His littfe lb-year-old
son had been to the barn, api returning,
was awaiting the passage of it north bound
freight train on the Western and Atlantic
road. So soon as it passed, with a joyful
spring of childhood, he darted across the
track and to the aide of the East Tennessee
track just as another freigtk on that road
came thundering along southward, the cross
beam of the pilot of the online striking hint
on the neck, Broke it, and uurlcd his lifeless
body several turds into the air. This oc
curred within fifty feet of the house.
At Albany Saturday nfcht a white man
from Worth county made a forcible en
trance into the room fit a negro woman,
Josephine Davis by name, and Uiou her re
fusing to admit him draw a pistol, remark
ing that he had killed no nigger and would
kill more if they l-esislrd him. The women
in the adjoining room went after the police,
and Officers Brooks ajid Kemps responded.
Tim house is on the tyt corner of Washing
ton and Pine streets, and easy of access.
The man was found sitting upon a mattress
on the floor. Aftcra short parley with the
officers lie drew his pistol from lieneath the
mattress and. with an oath, attempted to
use it upon them. As he rose Officer Brooks
felled him with a blow from his billy, and
as ho attempted t/> regain bis feet placed his
nippers upon his wrists, secured his revolver
and marched him off to jail. Ho was tried
before the AlaJtar’* Court, fined, and bound
over in the sum of £IOO to appear before
the County C-ourt at its next session. Mr.
Ford, ujxi'u one of whose plantations he is
manager, gave bond tor his appearance.
A story told by the Dahlonega Signal has
created indignation there. Oil the side of
the mountain, near Porter Springs, lived
two old women, one the mother and the
other the sister of William Spencer, a well
to-do-man of the county. He had refused
to care for them and they were tampers
upon the county, being cared for by a young
girl who lived with them in that lonely
placed. Old Mrs. Spencer, aged about bn,
is paralyzed and cannot move from a scat.
Mrs. Eliza Cain, who was her daughter,
aged about 50. was subjeet to epileptic (its,
and had several times before this fell into
the lire, and would have burned to death
hud not someone been present to save her.
Mrs. Cain went down to the wash
place on a small shallow branch, to
try to do some washing. She ap
peared to Lie in good health,
ami the voting girl who stays with the two
old women went over to a neighbor's house
for a short while. A young man happened
to pass along the narrow trail, and to bis
horror saw her lying in the branch, dead.
He lifted her out, and the neighbors were
notified, but it was no use. She was a mem
ber of the church, and always bore n spot
leas reputation. Deserted bv her brother,
who was able to take care of her, n patt|>er
upon the comity on the pitiable sum of 82 50
a month, it is likely that she courted death
in preference to her existence in such a
At Atlanta the report of the Legislative
Committee on the charge* made against the
State asylum management ha* liecti made
public. The charges had been preferred by
Dr. Kenun. a member of the legislature
and formerly physician of the asylum. The
committee clears the asolutn manager-, of
blame, but i‘- severe on Kenan. The report
says. “YVe find that the trustees discharged
Dr. Kenan, the first assistant physician of
this institution, for sufficient causes, and we
indorse their action. If the evidence before
ns is credible, he was not a suitable person
lor so important a trust. From the evidence
submitted with the report we gather
the following: Dr. Mark Johnson testi
fied in answer to the question: ‘You
sav that There were serious charges against
Dr. Kenan as an officer of the institution
and as a man; and the charges were so' se
rious that the committee reporter! him to t he
Board of Trustees;’ ‘The charges were so
serious that his friends were unwilling to
attack them, and the mutter was turned
over to the Board of Trustees, and they dis
charged him at the first meet ng thereafter.
31y committee, after examining Hip evi
dence. entertained hut one opinion as to his
being guilty of criminal intimacy with some
of the attendants. 1 supported him in the
race for the Legislature l>eoaiise lie was an
anti-Prohihitionist. I did not know quite
as much about him then us 1 do now.’ J. D.
Case testified that Dr. Kenan’s character
was bad beyond question, and that if he had
auv object to attain he would not hesitate
to toll a lie.”
The Presbyterian church at Quincy is be
ing thorougfily repaired.
There is a prospect of the new hotel at
Bouifay changing hands.
A chapter of the f >gion of Honor has
been organized at Gainesville.
Seville merchants report business improv
ing, and the outlook for a boom this winter
The Commissioners of Osceola and Orange
counties were to meet for a settlement yes
Quarterly Conference of the Methodist
Episcopal Church has just been held at
The Commissioners of Osceola have de
cided to pay no more bounty on wild ani
Eighty-eight quail were bagged by five
hunter*, near Green Cove Spring on
Over 1,000,000 feet of timber per month
is hauled over the Western railway and de
livered at Green Cove.
The large hotel at Kumiymede is being
fin id icd nu*J will lie mado ready to aoconr
module guests this season.
The New River Baptist Association com
menced its session Saturday at Antioch
church, ten miles north id' Gainesville.
Out of thirty-eight shots. Col. Morgan
and Ike Haas downed .'iiquuil during a hunt
near Green Cove Spring on Wednesday.
William Hendricks has iu his yard at
Green Cove Spring a St. Augustine grape
vine which has fruited the second time this
Gen. W. P. Hnzen returned from his
summer visit to Ohio Tuesday, and is now
nt his beautiful place at "Lake Thono-
A handsome residence on Kemble ave
nue, known as the Katz property, and now
occupied bv B. M. Miller, was sold at. public
outcry in Enterprise on Monday last.
Some of the children attending the Seville
school disobeyed the rules of the teacher and
were whipped, on account of which frlieir
parents have made considerable complaint.
At Corro Gordo court, is over. There were
nocasos of importance on the docket. AVhat
little there were showed that the offense of
carrying concealed weajions is still preva
At Tampa every house in which there has
lieen any sickness during the past six weeks
has been thoroughly fumigated and all bed
ding and clothing used by sick jienions
Pensacola Bay Baptist Association, con
sisting of the Baptist churches of Escambia.
Santa Rosa nnd Walton counties, was
formed at the Baptist church at Pensacola
With the Eginout, tbo Florida House, the
Tourist Hotel, and many first-class private
boai-diug-housex, Fernandina is able and
willing to accommodate her proportion of
J. Waldense Smith, a prominent citizen of
Madison, and a leading member of the Bap
tist church, died Saturday, after an ill
ness of five weeks. He leaves a wife and
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1887.
The new church at Boni fay is now tin
j isbed and is a model of elegance and grace.
Standing on a high hill it commands a view
‘ of the cut ire town and is a conspicuous ob
i ject from the railway.
| The date for the examination of appli
! cants for the West Point cadetship from the
• Second Congressional district of Florida
I has been postponed to some date in Deeem-
I her, to be hereafter fixed.
While digging a well for Mr. Seymour at
! the new location of his mill on section 8,
near Kissimmee, the workmen came across
specimens of iron ora about three feet from
the surface of the ground.
Tbe Southern Express Company did the
heaviest freight business Saturday ever done
over the Gainesville line. One hundred and
forty barrels of fish alone, from Puutft
Oorda, passed over the line, besides other
The first train of cars on the S. S. O. and
G. railroad ran into Citrus county on Oct.
27. The grading is one mile or more south
of the river and progressing slowly. A
large force is expected to be put to work
The river at Oerro Gordo is very low, and
log and saw-mill men are experiencing much
difficulty in keeping their supply up. Many
mills are running on half time, necessitating
much hardship on employes. A rainy spell
would do much good.
Mr. Hart, depot agent at Bonifay, reports
a constant anil increasing busines. More
tickets were sold last month than in any
previous month. Visitors and settlors arc
gradually coming in and they all seem well
pleased with their surroundings.
Harry Fuller, a young ambitious and
thrifty farmer, of Silver Springs, is now
gathering his potatoes off two acres and ex
pects to collect 200 bushels. He has already
I*so bushels gathered. His crop of other
vegetables is in comparison to this.
The Nevassa Guano Company ara nego
tiating with the Town Improvement Com
pany,of Feraandina.for the permanent lease
of what is known as the old steamship clock
and warehouse, as a depot for t.he distribu
tion throughout the Stat of their fertilizer.
A human skeleton was thrown up on tbe
I 'each by the rough sea at Black Point, near
Tampa, last Friday. Decomposition was so
far advanced that it was impossible to
determine tlje sex or color, and as yet no
clew lias been discovered. Another secret
of the soa.
The Post Office Department has been in
duced to advertise for bids to carry the Mid-'
dleburg mail from Peoria, instead of Green
Cove, as at present established. A petition
numerously signed has l>een forwarded to
the department praying for the continuance
of the old route.
A .State convention of the different Young
Men s Christian Association bodies is to be
held in Gainesville, commencing Dec. 8,
which will be Friday, and hold over Sun
day. There will be a good representation
from ail parts of the State and prominent
workers from the national association.
The committee interested in getting up
an exhibit of Clay county's agricultural
nml industrial pursuits at the Sub-Tropical
Exposition have issued a circular to the
residents of the connty, soliciting subscrip
tions of various kinds to enable them to
make a creditable display of tin resources
of this section.
Arthur Steil has contracted with O. S.
Oakes for the erection of a building on the
former's vacant lot, Ceutre street, near
Third, at Fernandina. The building will be
25x75 feet, two stories high, and ornament
ed with a handsome iron front. Mr. Steil
propose , to use ouly Philadelphia pressed
brick in its construction.
At BeuiCay farmers look happy and flour
ishing, tie result of good crops. Corn and
cotton have both turned out well, and cane,
which they are now gathering and grinding
into syrup, looks rich and abundant. There
will be a considerable quantity of syrup for
sale this season, and from present indica
tions the prices are good.
A rather impertinent otter has been seen
Several times during the week at the foot of
3lr. Edgerton's dock at Green Cove Spring.
This aquatic quadruped would mouut one of
the steps leading into the water and devour
his latest capt ive—a crab or a fish—and then
disappear beneath the water to continue his
operations to his heart’s content.
The election in Citrus county on tbe tem
perauco question has been indefinitely post
jiostponed. It had lieen set for Nov. S, but
it, was found that the registration lists could
not be ready by that date. It is believed
the county will go “dry” when the vote
comes. In fact, it is already “dry,” us
there is not a saloon in the county.
Chipley was nearly deserted last week,
court being h id at Vernon, seventeen miles
southeast of town. It is understood there is
a movement on foot to gel up an election on
the county sent business, on t he ground that
t.he present site is too far of! from t ie cen
tres of communication, and thus entailing
on the community much unnecessary waste
of time and money.
The Town Improvement Company, of
Fernandina, will shortly commence balding
an iron frame warehouse on the north side
if Centre street, fronting east to the rail
way and west within easy access of steam
ships. This warehouse will be occupied by
tiic enterprising firm of Fred W. Hoyt A
Cos., for the storage of hay, grain and other
Nothing is being clone in Citrus county to
decide where the court house shall be iicr
iimnrmtl v located, ft is fixed for two years
from last. June at Mannfield. The county
authorities have secured the Aloffatt House,
and fitted it up for use as a temporary court
house. Safes and furniture have been pur
chased for the different offices, and business
has assumed the forms of other counties.
As soon as the finishing touches are given
to the three-story addition to Braiidow
Bros', building at Kissimmee they will im
mediately finish up the opera house, so as to
have it in shape to open th-> season Dec. HI.
The stake has lieen considerably enlarged,
and wifi bo otherwise fitted up and im
proved. A gallery ha- liec-n added running
back from the stage on both sides of the
building au.l across the end. which increases
t.he seating capacity of the house to 1,000.
At Tallahassee Saturday, the Supreme
Court, handed down tb“ following decisions:
I’alatka and Italian Hirer Railway Com
pany vs. the State of Florida. Verdict sus
tained, and case remanded for correction of
error in judgment. The State ex rel. to the
Attorney General of the State vs. William
11. 11. George. Demurrer sustained. Sa
vannah, Florida and Western Railway
Company vs. Israel Rice. Reversed and
new trial granted. Henry Ylhiiii vs, the
State. Reversed and new trial granted.
The wretched accommodations for court
nml jury at CVro Gordo causes much incoil
venieuoo, arid all interested will heave a
heavy sigh of relief when the election is
held and some definite anviligemontf) made
for the erection of a suitable building. The
County Commissioner* aro only waiting for
Hie qualification of a registration superin
tendent. Several have been appointed, but
have either failed to accept the office or
have been unable to make the bond. The
worthv'clerk, 31r. Pitman, does his liest to
make fittings as comfortable as lie can.
Tampa Tribune; One of the pleasing
sights of this section is the peach orchard (it
Mr. F. Hayden on Michigan avenue, a little
west of Nebraska. There are five nrrra
planted in Poon-to and Georgia honey
peaches, and to be convinced that their cul
ture can lie successfully pursued here it is
oulv necessary to look at them. Dr. 11. N.
Roberts also has n trnel of land adjoining
Mr. Hay den’s on the east planted in peaches
and equal evidence of their ready adapta
bility to this clime is shown. Mr. H. E.
Fonley, a veteran horticulturist, has ebarg
of both planes, which accounts Iu no small
degree for their thrifty appearance.
TciUli that loosen through 111-health
May tie rendered more secure,
Flaccid gums and fetid breath
Soou grow healthy, sweet and pure,
KOZOPONT brings this about,
As the world long since found out.
Tetterine is the best remedy known for
Itching Piles; full directions in package.
Wo. at druggists.
fS^mEO^LYWinf OUR TRADE HARK.
Supplied at wholesale rates by
19 BARNARD ST., Savannah.
Sole Agent for the State of Googia.
75 BARRELS APPLES.
•) - BARRELS EATING AND COOKING
PEARS* DO Barrels HEBRON FOTATi >EB.
* Sacks mo and JAVA COFFER, LIQUORS
and WINKS or nil kinds, SI'GAR. CANNED
MEATS, Choice FLOUR. CANNED GOODS,
NUTS and RAISINS, New TURKISH PRUNES,
New CITRON. BUTTER. cHEEsB. LARD,
SUGARS, SOAP, STARCH, CRACKERS,
BROOMS, FAILS, CRANBERRIES, GRAPES,
etc. For sale at lowest prices.
A, H, CHAMPION.
PATRAS CURRANTS IN BARRELS,
Vostizza Currants in Cases
CITRON IN 50 POUND TIN BOXES,
Tilt I'I.NgST IMPORTED.
mew aw/tr-rs and figs.
A* Fruit Cake is better with some age. would
it not be well to buy the Fruit at once?.
A. M. & C. W. WEST.
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nf?, and &inr.f using tho
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40 RAHNARD ST , RAVAXNAH, GA.,
- MANUFACTURER OF—
GALVANIZED IRON CORNICES
TIN HOOFING IN Ml ITS BRANCHES
The (inly house using machinery in doing
Fstitnates for city or country work promptly
Agent for tho celebrated Swedish Metafile
Agent for Walter's Patent Tin Shingles.
'tost dj 11.
\y H are making an extra quality of GRITS
and MEAL, and can retviumcnd it to the trade
as superior to any iu this market. Would he
pleased to give s|ievia! prices on applications
We have on band a choice lot of lv / '!PTY
SACKS, which we are selling cheap. /
BOND, HAYNES & ELTON
Mctolgll k Balliyi,
Machinists, Boiler Makers and Blaiiismiths,
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\ GENTS for Alert and Colon lyjactnr*, the
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Oullett Light Draft .Magnolia Crftton Gin, the
best In the market. 7
All ordei*s promptly attended/ to. Send for
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Now js the time when every
body wants ICE, and we
want to sell it.
20 Tickets, jrood for 100 Pounds, 75c.
140 Tickets, good for 700 Pounds, $5.
200 Tickets, good for 1,000 Pounds, $7.
50 Pounds at one delivery 30c.
Lower prices to large buyers.
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an J polite service. Full ami liberal vs eight.
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fect likeness and excellence of work. We have
about TWENTY DIFFERENT STYLES AND
GRADES IN SIZES OF ENLARGED POR
TRAITS from H.vlO to 50x90, and our prices are
from 2to S3OO each. EMPLOY FORTY ART
ISTS; iieen twenty six years in the business;
have a 6.UuO candle-power ELECTRIC LIGHT,
and are fully prepared with all proper expedi
tion and skill to execute all orders promptly
and satisfactorily. We respectfully solicit your
orders. L. 11. DAVIS,
Secretary and Manager The Great Southern
Rust Proof Rais, Seed Rye,
And all kinds or VEGETABLES and FRUITS
By every steamer.
25 Cars Oats, 25 Cars Hay,
50 Cars Corn.
GRITS, MEAL. CORN EYE BEAN, TEAS,
and feed of all kinds.
153 BAY STREET.
Warehouse in S., F. & W. R'y Y'ard.
T. P. BOND & CO.
m YOUR 6ROGER FOP
*ND BREAKFAST BACO?l
tsr O IST GENUINE
JNLtSS BORINS OUB PSTINTEO HADE-MASK*. A ,„OHT
•MTAILIO SEAL. ATTACHED TO THE STRING. AMO
the STRIPED CANVAS, AS in TNI UT.
BTO\ ES \M> I I KNAC'/.S,
155 AND 157 ST.
LOVELL & LSTTiMORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HARDWARE, STOVES AND RANGES,
TINWARE. AGRICULTURAL IMPLE
MENTS, HOUSE FURNISHING
GOODS BROOMS AND
TABLE CUTLERY, PLATED WARE, etc.,etc.
SAVANNAH. - G-A.
U —■ I _
EDWARD LOVELL ¥ M
HAVE MOVED BACK TO
IS DROMON STUKET.
VU n BAN IfAil- WAV s.
Coast Lin© Railroad.
CATHEDRAL CEMETERY, BONAVKXTUBK
AND THUNI I EUBOLT.
ji he followiojr sebechi! - will lv> olweived on aud
- after MONDAY. Oct. :i. iKftf, week days.
(See special schedule for Sunday, i'
Leave Savannah (city time), 7:10, 10:33, a.
3:00, •1:00. 8:33 r x.
1-eave Thunderbolt, 0:50, 8:00 A. m., 10:20, 1:00,
14:40 p. i.
1-eave Ronaventure, 0:00, 8:10 a. m.. 12:30, 4.10,
5:30 i’. M.
•Saturday uitdit last car leaves city 7:15, in
stand of S-15 Mass' car leaves Thunderbolt 5:40,
instead of 8:20. as lormerly.
'l ake Broughton Greet pars 25 minutes before
departure of Suburban trains.
__ R. E. <JORB. Supt.
City and Suburban Railway,
S H AWAII. (.!a. , Nov. .3. 1887.
4 j ’’ mid after 3| <>s7>A v , November 7. if "
' " following schedule will bo run on tbo Oat
1.1 'VC | Al’.utvK ji.KAvr. iMi.r; i.kavic
i rry. <itv. [ oe mope. nomanorcHT
10:25 a. 111 8:10 a. pi. j 8:13a. m. j I:3O nJ m.
*+7:OOp.m. 2:il0|). in. 1:30 p.m. j 1:00/. m.
Ever.' Monday morning there will lieu train
for Montgomery at s:oii a. in.
Saturday and Sunday‘a trains will W run
leaving pity nt p. in., atal retuni/lg leave
Montgomery u! 5:00 p. i,i. and Isle off Hope at
5:3) p. m. t
•Tills train will oe omitted Hundavf;.
ton Saturdays this train leave* e't.y at
<;3O p. m. j. it. Joi/NHToN,
MM STEAMSHIP 'POM
% York, Boston and Philadelphia.
FASSAGE TO NEW YORK.
C'A bin ysn oo
EXCURSION 3*j 00
STI'JSIRAGE jo Qj
PASSAGE TO 30STON.
CABtrw. ; .$• oo
EXCURSION 32 00
STEEKAUE ; 10 00
FASSAGE TO PHILADELPHIA.
(via Nkw Yoanj.
CABIN. .....122 50
Eictmsiox 6 00
SrEJtIR-LGE. 13 50
THE magnldcent steamships of these lines
are appointed to sail as follows—standard
TO NEW YORK.
NACOOCHEE. Cant. F. Kanos, TUESDAY.
Nov. 15, at 5:30 p. m.
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. F. Smith, FRI
DAY, Nov. 18. 8 A. M.
TALLAHASSEE. Capt. W. H. Fisher, SUN
DAY, Nov. 30, at 9:80 A. M.
CHATTAHOOCHEE. Cant. H C. Daosktt.
TUESDAY. Nov. S3, at 11:30 a. m.
GATE CITY, Capt. E. R. Taylor, THURSDA Y
Nov. 17, at 7 p. m.
CITY’ OF MACON, Capt. H. C. Lewis, THU RS
DAY, Nov. 34, at 1 p. m.
(son Fiitiuar only. 1
DESSOUG, Capt. N. F. Howes, SATURDAY
Nor. 19. at 9 a.m.
JUNIATA, Capt. S. L. Assess, SATURDAY.
Nov. 19, at 9:00 a. m.
Through bills of lading given to Eastern and
Northwestern points and to ports of the United
Kingdom and the Continent.
1 or freight or passage apply to
C. G. ANDERSON, Agent,
City Exchange Building.
Merchants’ and Miners’ Transportation Com’y.
CABIN SIS 50
second Cabin . ' 10 oo
.par STEAMS! lIPS of UP, Company an. np~
I pointed to sail from Savannah for Balti
more as follows—city time:
WM. LAWRV.NCE, Capt. Show, THURSDAY,
Nov. 17, at-8 a. m.
WYI. CRAhvF, Capt. Billups, TUESDAY, Nov.'
22. at 13 m,
WM. LAWRENCE, Capt. Snow, MONDAY,
Nov, 3g, at 5 p. M.
wit. CRANE. Cant. Billups, SATURDAY,
IXt'. 3, at S:fo a. ji.
ATid from Baltimore on the days above n* med
at 3 p. m.
Through hills lading given to all poirP/i West,
all the manufacturing towns in New England,
and to ports of the United Kingdom and the
JAS. B. WEST & CO., Agents.
114 Bay street.
SEA ISLAND Ji, OTJ U’±G.
STEAMER rx NICHOLAS,
Oapt. r. usix \,
pOMMKNriXG V/>NI>AY. 0.l ;.! Ail] b\ivo
V Savannah Olym wharf f<x>t <>f Lincoln
slreet for DO/.'/y. DARIKN. BRUNSWICK
axi-l FKRNANVINA. nory MONDAY and
'niURSDAY /t i r .. <n* time, con
nect ing at Sav 4 r.nah with New York. i'bila< lel
jibia. Bosto/i And Baltimore f*'uamers, at Fer
nandina wRh, mil lor .Jacksonville ami all points
in Florid/., r,ud at Brunswick with bteamor for
hat ilia i4v<y\
Freight received till 3: i0 r. m. ou days of sail
Tickets on wharf and boat.
* . WILL! IMS* V-pnt.
PLANT STEAMSHIP LINE
r i.’ampa. Key YVfwt, Jlavatuu
I.v Tamna Monday and. Thursday 0:30 p. th.
Ar Key West Tuesday and Fnla> 4 p. in.
Ar Havana Wednesday and Sat in day t> a. m,
I.v Havana Wednesr/j v and Saturday noon.
L v Ke> Wcst iVcdi j is* lay am l Sam relay 10 [j. in.
Ar Tampa Thtu\*da / and Sunday > p. in.
Connecting at Ta/apa with West. India Frist
Train to mid from X# ri hern and Eastern citing.
For stateroom accommodations apply to City
Ticket OiTlce S., F. ,v W. Hi. Jacksonville, or
Agent Fla nt Steal/•ship Linn, Tamjia.
U. f>. CMVKNS, Tiujno Manager.
H. S. HAINES, General Manager.
May 1, lHb*r.
For AugGsta and Way Landings.
STKAIS lK It K A TJ. K,
(.'APT. J. S. HICVII,u
WILL lo ive EVERY WEDNESDAY at 10
>▼ o'clock* a. m. (city time) lor Augusta and
All freigl xs payable by ihippers.
- NisderMisdie Post,
Bi tige Route nnr/i uud run DcuUu-klanU.
Postriampfer nogeln von New York und
Hollalul jeileu Sonnnbend.
1. Caj|uct<: (emr.elue Eahrl) sll I Estenrhlllots fso
2. •' " “ f2 | “ *!0
Twi'-rHESTircE 10 dou billicston Frelseo.
(lEN. At •ENTER:
V3 South William street, New York.
GEN. TASS AGENTER:
18 and 2** itro’jdivay. Now York.
AG EATEN: At Savan ih. <i*. JOSEPH
('( dii''.N <V CO., uud S. I'mSTM.ICII i 'O.
3L DIES I
Do your own Dyeing, at homo, with PKICR
LKSS DYI S. Tiny will dye evct-ytUing.
Thoy are sold everywhere. Price 10c. a ! wick age
—4O colors. They bnvti no npial for strength,
bright nesvs. amount ir.i packages, or for fM.stnoH.s
of color, or lion-facii f* qualities. They do not
crock or .smut. For Mil- oy li. F. IhAiEU, M 1) ,
rhttrmaciHt. comer Broughton and Houstoni
sti’oeta: I’. B. Druggist, and Apot,ho
rary, corner Jo re i and Abetx*oru streets;
F.nwijii) .1 hir/c>;p. Druggist, corner Wot
Uroßil and Staw^rl^troeU.
SC liFd ULE
! CENTRAL RAILROAD.
O' Savannah, Ga., Oct. lfi, igsr.
•’ and after this date Passenger Trains win
run daily unless markod t, which aredailv
except Sunday. z.
i , ™ s, andard time, by which these trains run.
is 3j minutes slower tnan Savannah city time:
No. 1. No. ft. v n -
I.v Savannah..7:loam 8:20 pm . 5'40 r,m
Ar Guyton 8:07 am " 4oSm
I A r August#... 11:15am 6:4.5am pm
Ar Macon I:4opm 3:Soam ”
--^At-anta....s:4opm 7:15am... ** *
Ar Columbus. .9:85 um 2:55 Dm
Ar Montg-'ry..7:2s nrn 7:13 pm
a 1 ila--. 1.-ji 'am 4:10 pm . *
Ar Alba/1y... 11 :ti3jnn 2:55pm.....;]’
Train .'No. frt lcave-i SavarinahT oo m ITT”
rives Gv.yton 2:55 p. m. P ' m " ’
Fassy tigers for Sylvania, Wrlghtsvllle urn
train l U 8 and Eatomou should lake 7:10 a. uu
lJi? t, i * n r ersf S r ,T homMta * l ’ Ciarrollton, Perry
lon allies fulbotton, Buena Vista Blakefr.
nntU layton should take the 8:30 p. m train* '' *
Lv Aueus'a.l3Eop7u 9?pipm
l.v Macon.. .10:35 am 11:00 pm :.! • •
LV Atianta.. 6:soam 7:15 pm .
J.’.'Columbus t0:30 pm 12: id Dm ...
LvMontgry. 7:35 pm 7:4oam ....
LvKufaula.. 10:1 .’pm 10:47am
■ v Albany.. 4:45 am 11:55 arn ....
LvMdlen-- 2:28 pm 8:20 am " 5-Cm‘Am
Lvimyton 4:03 pm 6:o7am a .yj ™
Aj Suvannan 5:00 pm 6:15 am 5. ; 03 am
vm, l ,'' ai 7 °" a ” n| £tbt trains betweei, 3v
3 fS I^ tauon and Attata * &
No - 3., leaving Savannah at 8:30 n In
VIIISI op regularly at Guyton, but at no o Iber
mjd Miiie,’, Fasaengers between Savannah
Train No 4 will stop on siernal at Rfafimn*
f, ween Millen and Savannah to take on pas isn
gers tor Savannah ra “ ,9n ’
iConnections at Savannah with Savam lah
, 4 ]orjda. and " eHtorn Foulway for all poim in
Tickets for all points and sleeping ear berth,
on rale at City Office, No. 20 Bidl street lit
I Depot Office 30 minutes before departur. ■ of
I each train. ' 01
Savannah, florida & Western Railway.
[All trains on this road are run by Central
r P™ E CARD IN EFFECT NOV V\
a* f i,nX“ Ber trains °“ ***“ roaa will r m daily
WEST INDIA FAST .MAIL.
READ DOWN. ririta ...
Lv Savannah Ar 12:23 v m
fS pm Jacksonville I„v 7:Boam
v.iOpmAr Tampa p jV 8:10pm
PLANT STEAMSHIP LI?,B.
Timm* 3 ’. pm f .Ar > Jhur*
Ar. .Key West.. Ily if&~&
Ar...Havana...Lv J £f' n o“n
Pullman buffet cars to and. from New York
NEW ORLEANS JCXPRESS.
SavannAh Ar 7:sßpm
S:ii? ™ J .'! Ar 6.16 D m
9..-X) a m Ar Wayc/oss hr p m
a m N r Uallfthan Lv 2A2^p‘ m
noonAr Jackfonville Lv 2:00 p m
.:.10ani Lv Jacksonville. ....Ar 7:45pm
10:10 a ill Lv YVavcroee Ar 4:40 pro
];:!!! I >m . Lv Yaidost* Lv 8:88 pm
, pni J .' v Vuitman Lv B:2Bpm.
.l -p i" Ar jt'bomasvilla... .Lv 1:46 pya
•i:3O pm Ar Bain bridge .Lv 11:25 a*m
*WP ni ArChattahoochee. .Lv 11:304Tm
,i U N- QHn r - a VH to and from Jacksonvillo
and New Y'ooL, to and from Jacksonville and
aSjw Orioan/ via Pensacola.
IWST FLORIDA EXPRESS.
iF m /.v Savannah Ar 1523 p m
7:1, P m . - -Jesup Lv 10.-sta m
4.40 pm Ar.„ s\aycross Lv r*i3 a m
7:45 pin Ar Jacksonville Lv 7:80a m
4:1.1 pin Lv. dacksonville Ac 9:43 am
7:20 p m Lv Wayeross'. ......Ar~ 6;85a~m
_■/' p m Ar Dupont. Lv 6:30 a m
_2/2 pni I-v Lake City. _/. Ar 10:45^'m
bjifi pin Lv Gainesville... 7.. Ar 10:80 a m
I J.) p ill Lv -Live Oak. Ar 7:loam
8:40 p in Lv Dupont ."S - 5:85* m
10::>.i p m Ar Thomaavifle Lv 3:25a m
Iff.a in Ar Albany .Lv 1:26a ra
I nif man buffet cam to i/nd from Jacksonville
and St. Louis vi# Thou/umilo. Albany, Mont
gomety and Nasi. JJe.
7:r, p 111 Lv Sagan nail, Ar 6;lha m
10:0opni J,v Jesup Lv 3:lßam
.:W a m Ar .Atlanta Lv 7:05 p m
12: 10 it mAr .lfaycroas Lv 18:10'a m
7:25 am A r.... ..Jacksonville J,v 7:oopm
< : ”opm Lv.. -. Jacksonville Ar 7:25am
..05 a m Lv. Wayeross Ar ilTsOp m
• :30am Ar .Dupont Lv 10:10pm
1,1 ?*' Uve Oak Lv '6:s6p r
10:80 a m Gainesville .. Lv 3:45 p *it
h'o’iam. ir lake City.. Lv a-STiTin
2:55 a 1/1 Lv Dupont .Ar B:4spn
tu.JOa 'p, Ar Thomasvilie Lv 7:00 pun
11:10a. ia Ar Albany ..Lv 4:oopra
bto/'S, at all regular stations. Pullman
slecfArAt cars to aud from Jacksonville and Sa
? :4.’> pm Lv Savannah Ar B:Bfta m
6:10 pm Ar Jesup I,v 6:25 atu
83ops at all regular and flag statlom
At Savannah for Charleston at 6:45* m. (as
rivt: August* via Y'emassee at IsSpm), 12:18
P in and R:33t>ni: for Augusta and Atlantaac
V;io a ill and 8:20 i> m; with steamship*
In- Now York Sunday, Tuesday and Friday for
Boston Thursday: for Baltimore every fifth day.
At JESUP for .Brunswick at 3:30 a m and 3 ,!3
pm; for Macon aud Atlanta ; Oamarid 1107
At YVAYCROSS for Brunswick at 10:00a mand
5:05 p m.
At CALLAHAN for Fernnudina at 2:47 p ro:
for Waldo. (V ia r Key. Ocala, etc , at 11:27 am.
At LI VE OAK, for Madison, Tallahassee, etc,,
at 10:58 a, m aud 7:30 p ui.
At GAINESVitLLEfor Ocala, Tavares, Brook*-
ville and Tamryx at 10:55 a ni.
At ALBANY for Atlanta, Macon, Montgom
ery. Mobile, New Orleans, Nashville, etc.
At ( H ATT A) IOOCHEE for Pensacola, Mobile,
New Orleans art 4:14 p m.
Tickets sold and sleeping car berths secured
at BREN’B Ticket Office, and at the Passenger
YV.YI. T. HARDEE, Gen. Pass. AgenU
R. G. FLEMING Superintendent.
Charleston & Savannah Railway Cos.
/-'ONNKtTION'S nuwiH at Savannah ivithSi
v vunnali, Florid*and Western Railway.
Train* leave and arrive at davannah by stani
ard time e)th meridian), which is 3U miuutea
slower than city time.
No. 14* S* 78*
Lv Sav'li. ..12:48 p m f :43a m 8:23 p in
Ar Augusta 1:13 pm
Ar Beaufort 6:33 p m ...... 10:1 am
Ar I’. Royal(:4■ pm 10:80am
Ar Al'dalo.. 7:40 p m 10:5. a m . .....
Ar Cha ston s:so pm 11:40a m 1:25a m
S3* .85* 27*
Lv Cha atoii 7:30 am : 8:15 p m 8:45a IB
i.v Augusta 0:46" m
i.v Al’dalo. 6: a ni )2: !2 p m -
I.v F. Royal. 7:ooam 12:20pm
l.v Iteauturt 7:l2am 12.33 pm -
Ar NavTi... .10: "am 8:34 D m 8:41 a m
•’daily between Savannah aud Charleston.
1 Sundays only.
Train No. 78 makes no connection with Fort
K<p a 1 aud Augusta Railway, and stops only at
Rittgeland, Green Fond and Ravenel. Train H
stops only at Ycmassoe and Green Pond, and
connects for Beaufort and Port Royal daily, and
tor Allendale daily, except Sunday. Trains 35
ni id th> connect from and for Beaufort and Pori
I'or tickets, sleeping car reservations and au
other information apply to WM. BREN,
!-psval Ticket Agent, 22 Bull street, and at
Charieston and Savannah railway ticket office,
at Rival mail, llorida aai Western Railway
depot. C. S. GADSDEN. Supt.
.ivn:B, 188 R
White Bluff Road.
Plants, bouquets, designs, cut-
FLtMvERS furnished to order, leave or
ders at DAVIS BROS.' corner Dull aud York
atreetu. Uc.,phone call 240,