tTm . '
gjsftß • *-'ll N r. -j i. 1 -».
UlilSreTOSSBf v -
of Cl08in« the Mails.
c lt/rthern mall, 6:00 a. m. and :730 p m
Charleston, 6 :(hj a. m. ami 7 :30 p. m.
Cnrl Koyal Railroad, 6:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m .
For all points In Florida, 7 :0U a. m., and 7 -.00 p. m.
Macon and Brunswick Railroad. 7 :00 a. m., 7 -00 n m
Brunswick and Albany Railroad, 7:00 a. m. 'and
7:00 p. m.
W. R. R., 7:00 a. m, and 7 :00 p. m.
Adi points west of Waycross* on Savannah, Florida
JYestern Railway, 7:00 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m.
Western mail, via Central Railroad, 9:00 a. m. and
7 ;-,so p.jn. .
. Mifledgeville, Katontonand Gordon, 9:00 a. m. and
6:30 p. m.
Uawkinsville, 9:00 a. m., 6:30 and 7:30 p. m.
Albany, 7 -.00 a. m. 7 :00 p. m.
Bainbrldge, 7:00 a. m. and 7 :00 p. m.
Thomasvllle, 7 :00 a. m. and 7 :IK» p. m.
Quitman, 7:00 a. m. and 7:00 p. m.
All points on the S., F. A W. R. R., between Tlinm
anvillp and Balnbridge, 7 :00 a. m. and 7 :00 p. in.
Savannah river Tuesday, 5 p. ni.
On Sunday, mail for ail points 6:00 p. m.
On Sunday for delivery of mail, 10 to 11 a. m.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Reducing Prices at the Red Grocery Store
Special Meeting of Tattnall Council No
884 to-morrow evening
To Rent—A house containing 8 rooms
NOTES ABOUT TOWN.
Happenings Here, There amt Everywhere
_ —The Fords have the promise of a splen
did house at their entertainment on Friday
—Two white men and two negro women
were fined $5 each in the Mayor’s Court for
drunkenness and disorderly conduct.
—Remember the opening entertainment
of the Ford Amateurs on Friday night. If
you wish an enjoyable evening be present.
—Savannah Lodge No. 1133, Knights of
Honor, have paid to the heirs of Mr. James
V. Kennickell, deceased member, the
amount of his benefit certificate, $2,000.
—The Werner Hook and Ladder Com
pany having carried down a big crowd to
Tybee to-day, a feature will be the foot
race, and considerable fun is anticipated.
—An important special meeting of Tat
nali Council No. 874, A. L. of H., Will be
held to-morrow evening for consideration of
important business, and a full attendance is
Try L. Fried’s $1.50 Belgravia Shirt for
fit and quality.
Sacrificing last Spring’s Clothing at B. H
Levy & Bro. ARv.
Five hundred last Spring’s Suits, just un
packed, to be sold regardless of cost, at B. H.
Levy & Bro. Adv.
Gents’ Underwear for spring and summer,
low at B. H. Levy Bro. —Adv.
L. Fried carries the largest aud best se
lected stock of Gents’ Furnishing Goods
buys from first hands, which gives him all
he advantages to sell cheap.
Pantaloon Cut Drawers at 50 and 75c at
Prevent serions sickness by taking oc
casionally one of Emory’s Little Cathartic
Whisky sours on the half shell at the
Advertising to sell cheap has deceived a
good many people and still continues, but
the fact is that one or two dealings with L.
Frier! will satisfy you that he carries out
what he advertises.
For fit and quality try L. Fried’s Mod
jeska $1.25 White Shirt.
Latest novelty in Scarfs, Ties, Linen and
Silk Handkerchiefs, Collars and Cuffs, at B.
H. Levy & Bro. Adv.
All goods exchanged if not as represent
ed at L. F'ried’s.
Step into the Merchant’s Exchange and
ry the fr%*lunch from 11 to 1 p. m.
Hents’Hosiery in all qualities, cheap, at
BJjH.Levy* Bro. —Adv.
'Open front colored and white shirts a
■Specialty ai L. Fried's
The best selected stock of Gents’ Furnish
ing Goods can he bought at L. Fried’s.
Ask your grocer for Budweiser Beer.
Linen and cotton Dusters at B. H. Levy
A Bro. —Adv
Drink Budweiser Beer.
When you want a good Cocktail, drop in
to the Merchants’ Exchange, 1491 Congress
America’s pride, Budweiser Bree.
White Marseilles and Duck Vests, open
and now ready, for sale at B. H. Levy A
The genuine Budweiser is brewed out of
imported Barleys and Bohemian Hops.
For suppers or parties call at Oppen
heimer’s for Ice Cream in bricks or pyra
Mixed drinks a specialty at C. F. Gra
ham’s, 1494 Congress street.
The ladies’ favorite, Budweiser.
1 Leading physicians prescribe only the
l Budweiser for delicate females
1 Blue Middlesex Flannel Suits now open
Bat R.W. Lew A Rro. —Adv.
B The best mixed drinks in the city served
■t the Merchat’s Exchange.
and see L. Fried before buying Bai
;HCggan and Lisle Thread Shirts.
Gents’ Furnishing Goods, in all
at prices cheaper than elsewhere, at
HHH. Levy A Bro. — Adv.
and latest styles of Mens’, Boys’ and
Children? Suits now on exhibition and at
the very lowest prices, at B, H. Levy A
Cigars and cigarettes of the finest brands
at C. F. Graham’s.
Lisle Thread Shirts at $1.25 at L. Fried’s.
No family should be without Budweiser.
The cry is still that L. Fried cannot be
Every first class bar and restaurant in
Savannah sells Budweiser Beer.
Call at Oppenheimer’s, 139} Broughton
street, for Unexcelled Ice Cream.—Adv.
Call at Oppenheimer’s, 139} Broughton
street, for Fine French Candies.—Adv.
Assorted Cakes, Bread, etc., at Oppen
Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers from 75c
to $1.50 at L. Fried’s.
The best 10-cent cigar, “Your Cousin,” at
Budweiser Beer has never been excelled
Try L. Fried’s lolantha $1 White Shirt,
for fit and quality.
Money saved is money made, and by deal
itig; with L. Fried you can save fully 25 per
world’s finest production is Bud
Delicious Ice Cream, Soda Water at Op
penheimer’s, 139} Broughton street.—Adv
Any inclination towards Billiousness is at
once dispelled by using H. H. P.
When you want to smile, take Budweiser
AVe »re Preparwd.
The demand has been great, hut we have
increased our facilities and now can supply
the phhlic champion over all uied
icin- for malaria, chills and Fever, etc. —
Kieljjjj s Peruvian Cure.
Stisl in the lead—Hull’s Worm Syrup.
Exquisite Snowflake Cologne. Pearls in
the mouth. Eau Angeleque (carholated).
25c pAr bottle. E. J. Kieffer, Ph., G., pro
Il TiilKf Si
if .verson lias retluced some of his
foods as follows:
5 hand-sewed Calf Oxford Ties to
$5 hand-sewed Calf Prince Albets
to $4 20.
$5 hand-sewed Calf strap ties to
$5 hand-sewed Calf low button to
This is no humbug. He means what
he says. He wants to reduce his
stock and in order to do so he cuts
prices as will be seen above.
News and Courier.
A Charleston gentleman, who has for
many years paid close attention to the
raising of fancy pigeons, has recently been
trying some interesting experiments with
some homing pigeons which were raised on
his premises in Pitt street. A young bird
has been sent to different stations on the
Charleston and Savannah Railway within
the past week, and each time has returned
to its house in a surprisingly short space of
time. The last time the trial was made the
bird was taken by train to Jacksonboro’,
a distance of forty miles, and in one
hour after it was released at Jacksonboro
it shot into its house in Pitt street in this
city, apparently not at all exhausted by its
rapid transit. After a few more trials the
bird will he taken as far as Savannah and
its instinct tested over that distance, 106
It is stated by the Signal Service officer
at Atlanta, who has large experience in
this regard, that if the birds are taken
north of their feed boxes they cannot find
their way back. This theory will probably
he tested with the Charleston birds.
Mr. James Murphy, the junior of the
, firm of Mehrtens A Murphy, grocers, was
united in marriage this morning at the
Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help
with Miss Ella Peyton, daughter of the
late Martin Peyton. The cathedral con
tained many friends ,of the young couple,
aud many wishes for their health auJ pros
' perity were extended.
Spring Goods now open at B. H. Levy A
MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY:
Sun Risks 4 ; j>s
, Sun Sets 7 : 05
, High Watkr at Fort Pulaski . . 9:10 a m. 9:34 pm
Wednesday, June 25,*1884
Tybee, June 25. 2:30 n m.—Passed out:
Bark Tjomo, sclir Annie M Millard
) Arrived at anchor : Bark Hilda
Waiting : Bark Agdar
Wind : Northwest, light, fair
; Per steamship Nacoochee, for New York—P K
Paulding, Mrs E S Eddy, Mrs N P Brush, Mrs J S
I Dumont, ES- uster, W Hall. J C DeLeon, Miss Louise
Berthing, C Bishop, D B Richardson R N Paul and
wife* Miss L Baur, Mrs M Capron, Mrs O B Weeks,
R C MeCall and wife, M B Miltonberger, FJ Barnes
G WTaylor and wife, Miss A CCasey, E A Luring aud
wife, L Baker, W H Peck and wife, Miss R G Ever
son, D Glauber and wife, Capt Chas West, Miss Ella
• Snedeker, Geo B Spence, Geo E Martin, D C Webb,
JWDexter and wife, Jas Hannah Brown, col,
Chas Graves, col, S Small, col, H Harvey, col, S W
Goodwin, col, and 5 steerage
■ Per steamship Nacoochee, for New York—3oo
bales upland cotton, 144 bales dom and yarns, 289
bbls rosin, 104 bbls spirits, 35,802 feet tumber, 300
' hhds molasses, 12,805 watermelons, 600 boxes poach
es, 107 bbls vegetables, 2042 crates vegetables, 363
OFFICE OF THE SAVANNAH DAILY TIMES )
Savannah, Ga., June 25, 2p. m j
Savannah Cotton Exchange (Official).
Middling Fair @
Good Middling 11% (A
Middling 11 ($
Lew Middling 10,@
Good Ordinary lu ($
Ordinary- 9% (<£
Net.... 316 j Gross 316
Foreign | Coastwise 300
From Ip. ra. yeste-day to Ip. m. to-day bales
Stock on Hands id on Shipboard.—At 1 p. w. to
day 1100 bales.
(Savannal Board of Trade, Official.)
The market is quiet and steady. Sales
These quotations represent for round
ots. In filling small orders higher rates must be
paid. We quote:
Fair s>i(3> Y.
Country 10t5... $ 90(c£$l 40
Tide Water 1 25<®$1 40
Rosin.—The market for pale rosin active, common
active. We quote :
A $1 00 H $1 40
B 1 00 11 80
C 1 00 K 2 10
D 1 00 M 2 62%
E 1 05 N 3 12%
F 1 10 W G 3 75
G 1 15 W W '
Spirits Turpentine—Market quiet, 27% . Sales
bbls spirits and 85 bbls rosin
Naval Stores Statement.
Receipts to-day 702 1,507
Stock this day 9,189 51,817
Grain, Provision and Flour Market.
GRAiN.-Steady. We quote:
White Corn 91 (A—
Car load lots 87% (§>
Mixed Corn 78 %(a)
Car loads 'lots 73%®
Mixed Oats 53 ®
Car load lots 48 @
Northern Hay 105 (a)
Eastern Hay 110 (g>
Western Hay 110 -
Meal. 90 @
D S Shoulders 7 ®
DS L C Sides 9 @
DS C R Sides 9% (0
Smoked Shoulders 7% (0
Smoked C RSides 10% @
Lard 9 (d)
SUGARS.—Market firm We quote:
Cut Loaf 8 ($
Standard “A” 7 @
Extra “C” 6(<56%
Granulated 7% a
Powdered 72a a
Superfine 3 75a4 00
Extra 4 50a4 75
Family 5 50a5 75
Choice pat 6 75a7 50
Fair 9% ®
Ordinary 9% ®
Salt —We quote:
Car load lots (f. o. b.) 80 (A
Job lots 95 @ 100
Quotations furnished by F. C. Wylly, Stock and Bond
Broker, No. 120 Bryan street.
Tone of the Market Money very stringent
Exchange on New York—buying 1-8. Bank
checks selling at % premium. Bonds dull, stocks
weak. We auote:
RAILROAD STOCK. BID.
Augusta and Savannah 7 per cent, guar- arkkd
auteed exdividend 116 17
Central .Railroad Script 6 per cent.
ex-July lilt BB
Central ec-div’d 71 71%
Georgia ex-div’d l5O
Southwestern 7 per cent, guu’dexdlv’d 109%
Merchants National 120
Southern Bank State of Georgia 160
Savannah Gas 15
Georgia new 6s, 1889, Jauuary and July
coupons 104 106
Georgia Mortgage on W. & A. Railroad,
regular 7 per cent, coupons, Jan’y
and July maturity, 1886 104 106
Georgia 7 per ceut. gold quarterlies... .113 114
Georgia 7s, 1896 120 123
Augusta 6 per cent 102 104
Augusta 7 per cent lU9 111
Columbus 5 per cent 81 84
Macon 6 per cent 100 102
Savannah 5 percent, (old) excoupons Bl%
Savannah 5 per cent (new) Bl%
A. & G. Ist mortgage consolidated 7 per
cent, coupons, Jan. and July matu
rity, 1897 112
| Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Ist
Columbia & Greenville Ist mortgage... 103
! Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta 2d mge. 99
Central consolidated mortgage 7 per ct.
coupons Jan. and July maturity,
Gainesville, Jeff, and Southern Ist mge
due 1,911 July and Jan. coupons 7
per cent 110
* Angusta and Knoxville seven per cent
Ocean Steamship, Ist mortg’e, endorsed
1 C. R. R., due 1892, 6 per ceut 99%
Montg’y A Eufaulalst mort’gt* 6 per ct.
emiorsed by Central Railroad 103%
t Mobile A Girard 2d mortg’e endorsed 8
per ct. coupons, Jan. nd July ma
> tnry, 1889 -a 109
» Western Ala. 2d mortgage end. 8 per ct.
coupons April and Oct. maturity,
We are in for Reducing Prices.
REDUCTION AT THE
Red Grocery Store !
BEBT KEROSENE OIL, Georgia test, at
lOe PKR GALLON I
And other GROCERIES in proportion.
Swift & Courtney’s Mate’ es 10c per dozen.
Pure Leaf Lard at 10c per pound,
i We keep the best Coffees and Teas in the
city. Prizes given away with Teas and
Fine Soda Water 5c per glass.
Fine Lemons at 20c per dozen.
Come and convince yourself.
RUSSAK Ac CO
Nos. 22 and 22£ Barnard street
Rosemary Hair Tonic!
; Removes Dandruff; prevents the hair fall
, ingout; promotes and beautifies its growth.
Only 25 cents per bottle.
Broughton and Habersham sts.
The only perfect cure for PRICKLY
HEAT. Has been tried three seasons, giving
full satisfaction in every case. 25 cents per
, DAVID PORTER,
Broughton and Habersham sts
To Contractors and Builders.
Bi's for portions or the whole of the work
of building an annex to the Telfair Aeademy
of Arts and Sciences are invited. Materials
and work must be first-class in every respect.
Detailed drawings aud specifications may be
seen at the Banking House of C. H. Olmstead
&*Jo. The right to reject any and all bids is
1 Savannah, Ga., June 23, 1884.
WM. D. HARDEN,
G. M. SORREL,
i CHAS. H. OLMSTEAD,
' On and after the 57th inst. to the Ist of
, September the terminus ol the Tramway at
Tybee Island will be at the Ocean House,
C. W. AUSTIN,
Proprietor Ocean House.
—VIA — ,
Warsaw Sound and Tybee,
Under the auspices of the
Teachers’ Association of the
Lutheran Sunday School,
Ou Friday, June 27, 1884.
Steamer Sylvan Glen will leave the city at
■ 3 o’clock i) m sharp; returning will reach the
city at 8:30 o’clock pm. Refreshments to he
had on the boat Brass Band in attendance.
Whole Tickets 50c; Half Tickets 25c., to be
had of the following committee :
W. S. King, Chairman.
W. B. S ann, J. C. Puder,
R. C. Zittrouer, W. F. Scherff.
Also of Teachers of the Associalien.
This Excursion will be a delightful affair,
affording a splendid view of the ocean. As
above stated, the committee have arranged
to have the steamer reach the city at 8:30 pm
FORD’S OPERA HOUSE.
FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 27, 1884.
We keep faith with the public. All our
former triumphs to be eclipsed. Grand
opening of the Sixth Season of
Tile Fori Dramatic kodak
Reappearance of Savannah’s favorite,
MISS NELLIE PEIRCE.
First appearance in a Dramatic role of
MISS LENORE GORDON HUSSEY.
The Sterling Actor,
MR. H. S. DUFFIELD,
Assisted by Savannah’s favorite young actor,
MR. LAWRENCE HANLEY.
By kind permission of Miss Louise Rial will
be presented Leander Richardson’s Great
Comedy, in Four Acts, entitled,
Tile Oil, Oil Story; or, DM.
Introducing the Great Telephone Scene,
New Scenery, Music, etc.
Admission 75c. Season Tickets, good for
five Performances, admitting two, $5 each.
Tickets for sale by me sbers of the Associa
tion, and at Davis Bros., C R R aud S, F & W
Ry Ticket Offices.
EXCURSION RATES ~
VIRGINIA, WEST VIRGINIA,GEORGIA,
NORTH and SOUTH CAROLINA
The Central Railroad of Georgia will, on
the FIRST of June, commence the SALE of
EXCURSION TICKETS from Savannah and
all principal stations on line of road good to
October 31, 1884. For information, Tickets
and Sleeping Car reservations, apply at
Ticket Office Central Railroad, 20 Bull street,
and at Depot.
J. C. SHAW, Ticket Agent.
GEO. A. WHITEHEAD,
General Passenger Agent.
Office of General Passenger Ag’t j
Central R. R. & Banking Co. of Ga! I
Savannah, May 31,1884 J
On and after June 1, 1884, 1000 MILE
TICKET BOOKS, good for passage over
Central Railroad and branches, Southwest
ern Railroad aud branches, aud Montgomery
snd Eufaula Railway, will be sold at
GEO. A. WHITEHEAD,
General Passenger Agent.
SUMMER BOARD —Board can be had at
Isle of Hope in a private family. Address
“K. J'.” Times office.
TO RENT—House, 210 McDonough street,
between West Broad and Montgomery,
containing 8 rooms, with kitchen and ser
vants’ room in ysrd. Apply to
A. R FAWCETT,
TO RENT—A dwelling and store, corner
Jones and Purse streets. Apply to
John Lorch, corner Jefferson and Hunting
nPO RENT—One two-story house, has
4_ water, basins and bath tub, corner Mont
gomery and Boiton street la> e. Apply to
GEO. W. PARISH, No 193 8:. Julian street.
<- —' . -v This Paper Is on File
1 \\ll)|C|o//C M And Advertising Contract* for
v M u ant i nn ot i ier newttpttpert
\ inVFRTB'IMP f Can 071 lh,: ouW-fartyr-
IHUTtni l.lirnsf abte terms at the popular
\ i/rvctiMJC / Ail ’ vrtbi "'J ctaemy of
H. P. HUBBARD,
\ trl*rNew Haven, Conn.,
\SUtUtSS J ViMSar ,f tks
B—k Plr—tar/ «f Ike World.
141. \ NED FLOORING No. 1, $lB 50 per
thousand feet in railroad yard. Planed
Flooring No. 2, sl3 50 per thousand feet in
railroad yard For sale by Mr. C. V. Sued
eker, who has charge of my retail depart
ment iu the S., F & W. R’y Yard, next to
Cassel’s Wood Yard.
R. B. REPPARD.
NOTICE —The price of Cabinet Photo
graphs made by the New Instantaneous
Process is reduced to $3 per dozen. To clubs
or families of five or more the price will be
$2 50 per dozen. Work guaranteed first-class
in every particular.
J. N. WILSON,
21 Bull street, opposite Screven House.
LOUIS VOGEL. NEW STORE. NEW
GOODS. I have opened a store corner
Jefferson street and Walburg street lane,
where I will have fresh every day Bread,
Cakes, Pies, Crackers, Candies, Fruits, Nnts,
Soda Water, Canned Goods; also Cigars,
Cigarettes, Walking Canes tnd other arti
cles kept in a first-class store. Give me a
I4OOTS AND SHOES—Joseph Brown,
y Boot and Shoe Maker. Repairing done
promptly at short notice. Northwest corner
of Whitaker and South B-oad streets.
ID OR THE SKIN :
' JUNIPER TAR SOAP.
PACKER’S TAR SOAP.
GLENN’S TAR SOAP.
AT OSCEOLA BUTLER’S.
KC. CONNELL announces to his
• friends and the public that the TEN
CENT STORE, 154 Bryan street, is on the
boom, and is daily receiving many useful
household articles, which are being sold for
the small sum of Ten Cents, many of which
could not be bought elsewhere for less than
25, 50 and 75 cents. Call and examine the
stock, whether you desire to purchase or not.
No trouble to show goods.
SPRING LAMB, fine Tennessee and Bal
timore Beef, at BAKER’S STALL, 66
• Real Estate and Collecting Agent,
76 Bay street, Savannah, Ga.
Personal attention to renting, repairs, col
Henky T. Hess. Alois J. Hermes, Jr.
HESS & HERMES,
177 Congress street (Market Square).
Copying and Enlarging.
MONEY TO LOAN—A place where you
can obtain a loan on personal property
Parties wishing to sell Diamonds and Jewel
ry and those wishing to buy such articles
should call on me. Cash paid for old Gold,
Silver and mutilated coin. Office private ;
business confidential. CLEMENT SAUSSY,
Broker, 12 Whitaker street.
Tne handsomest and best selected stock of
' CHANDELIERS, GLOBES,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Ever displayed for inspection in this city
can be seen in
Oiti* Show Rooms.
All are cordially invited to inspect the
magnificent stock before purchasing else
where. All goods sold at manufacturers’
30 and 32 Drayton Street.
WITHOUT A PEER
Swan’s Down Soil Crackers.
Virgin Cnndy !
FOR LUNCH OR TEA,
Swan’s Dswn Soda Crackers.
Virgin Candy !
Swan’s Down Soda Crackers.
THE PEOPLE’S FAVORITES,
Swan’s Down Soda Crackers !
VIRGIN CANDY !
Good thiDgs generally :
Our line of Crackers!
Our large Variety of Confectionery!
ACOSTA & EINSTEIN
Now is the Time to Profit !
Low garter Shoes It Straw Eat:
AT GREAT BARGAINS.
Call and learn prices at
-V. S. NICHOLS,
Broughton street, near Bull.
If you whh to make a good investment
lee Cream Saloon.
I have just opened on the corner of Ander
son aud Bull streets. I have for sale ICE aud
ICE CREAM; also Metis furnished at all
hours. Prices reasonable. Give me a call.
Corner of Anderßon and Bull Rtreets.
“ANIIEU SEPT. ”
Another fresh car load just received from
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association, St
Louis, Mo., for whom 1 am sole agent for
Savannah and contiguous territorv. Besides
having kegs and half's I got out this time
“Original Budweiser” in ponies (eighths) for
Families, Marooning, Picnic and Excursion
Parties. I respectfully ask my friends aud
the public to call for these pure and unri
valed beers.. On tap daily at F J Ruckert’s,
J M Henderson’s, T M Ray’s, Phil Bewan’s,
Geo Schwarz’s, A Jackson’s, James Lane’s,
Marshall Hr use, T Enright’s, Gus Fox’s, T
Magee’s, P Honlihan’s, J Kaufmann’s, W G
Ebbs’, and all first class saloons. All orders
promptly atten led to by
< GEO MEYER,
Office, 142 Bay street.
Have Toil Calle?
And mu le your selection of Pic
tu.es fr mi that large and ele
gant a- urtment now on exhibi
tion at LUDDEN & BATES’
Southern Music House? II you
have not, now is the time, for
they are going rapidly. The ex
treme low prices and easy terms
at which they are offered does
away with the “can’t afford it”
When you have an f>por
tunitv to get FINE k TEEL
ENGRAVINGS, OLEOS AND
OIL PAINTINGS AT
; Less than WLsiesale Cost
You should take advantage of
it. It does not occur every day.
The pictures are fine copies of
the leading works of the world’s
best Artists, and the collection
is the finest over brought to
You need not pay all cash. You
can buy on Three Months’ time
, or Monthly Instalments. Call at
once and make your selection
before the assortment is broken,
or, if you don’t want to buy,come
iu and see them.
LUDDEN & RATES’
11EI MUSIC HOUSE!
; Superior Toilet Powder.
j UNQUESTIONABLY THE BEST !
DELIGHTFULLY PERFUMED !
Keeps the Skin Soft and Smooth. Its con-
I stant use imparting a healthy and
Prevents and cores heat aud eruptions on
the skiu. Prevents and cures chafes.
Bathers should Use It!
Mothers should Use It!
Shavers should Use It!
Belles should Use It!
j Everybody should Use It!
Price, 35 Cents.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
. F. SCH VVIEREN,
Bull street, southeast cor. State.
GUM CAMPHOR 30c. Pound.
Dealer in Pure Drugs, Medicines and
Chemicals. Headquarters for Patent Medi
cines. Fine Toilet Soaps, Brushes, Combs,
r etc., Fancy Articles, Perfumery in great
variety. Physicians prescriptions carefully
compounded by a graduate in Pharmacy.
To the Public.
) My line of Drugs, Chen icals, Fancy Goods,
Lamps, etc , is now complete, and I ask for a
share of their patronage. Prescriptions com
’ pounded by a graduate in pharmacy at low
prices to suit the timej, a diploma trorn the
best College of Pharmacy in the United
States being sufficient guarantee as to eom
Cor. South Broad ami Whitaker streets.
- """ '
1,000 Pairs of Opera Slippers
at 85c., worth $1.25.
700 Pairs of Opera Slippers at
$1.25, worth $1.75.
, NEW SALOON.
FRESH MILWAUKEE BEER
1 At the Telephone Saloon, No. 172 Bryan
street, recently purchased by the under
signed. Cool, fresh Milwaukee Beer, Choice
Liquors and Cigars will always be found. A
splendid Lunch will be spread dnily from
11 to 1 p. m ANTON STAMM.
Open for permanent as well as transient
: Rates, $2 Per Day.
Its Location and Table
Will be pleased to continue to
receive the very liberal patronage
that has heretofore been extended.
MRS. L. PENFIELD.
R. M. DEMERE,
Broker and Dealer in Stocks and Bonds,
Office, Commercial Building.
J. N. JOHNSON^
Broker and Dealer in Stocks and Bonds,
1 Office, cor. Drayton and Bt. Julian sts.
Broker and Dealer in Stocks and Bonds,
116 Bryan Street.
Notice of Dissolution.
The firms of McDONOUGH & JOHNSON
(composed of Jno. J. McDonough aud B. P.
Johnsou) and of GEORGE T. GADEN &
CO., (composed of George T. Gaden, Jno. J.
McDonough aud B. P. Johnson) lumber
dealers in New York city, were dissolved by
mutual consent oil Jtiue 11th and 12th, 1884,
respectively, the assets having been trans
ferred to Jno. .I. McDonough, who assumes*,
all the liabilities.
jno. j. McDonough.
B. P JOHNSON.
GEORGE T. GADEN.
June 20th, 188-1.
American Legion of Honor.
A SPECIAL meeting of Tattnall Couneil
No 884 will be held TO-MORRO V [Thurs
day] EVENING at 8 o’clock. Companions
are requested to attend, as business of im
portance will be transacted.
ROBERT COAKLEY, Commander.
Maurice E. Robmson, See’y. M
Tremendous Slaughter !
CENTRAL SHOE STORE!
Beginning Monday, June 23, and to continue
tor the next 30 days, my
entire stock of
SHOES AND SLIPPERS!
Will be sold at prices that will defy all competition. All those who seek bargains
.. should avail themselves of this opportunity to secure
As my stock MUST BE SOLD, ami don’t you forget it.
COHEN S CENTRAL SHOE STORE
S. W. COR. BROUGHTON ANI) BARNARD STREETS.
135 BROUGHTON STREET.
GREAT SALE !
Immense Reductions !
Instead of waiting, as is customary with most stores, until 15th of July, when Ladies
are generally supplied with headgear, we have uow decided to reduce the prices of all our
goods throughout this department. We will give purchasers the rarest chance ever offered
so early in the season to buy
Hats, Trimmed ami Untrimmed !
And all other goods appertaining to fine Millinery at prices that will defy all competition.
We merely quote a few ofthe many bargains, viz :
Ladies’, Misses’, Children’s and Intuits’ Leghorns, new shapes, at 35c, 45c, 50c, 65c, 75c, 85.
Milan shapes in White, Black and colors, at 47c, 67c, 74c, 98c, $t 12, $1 23, $1 47.
White aud Black Chips in all shapes at a reduced price, 25 cents.
Misses and Children’s Trimmed School Hats, reduced to half price.
Men’s, Youth’s and Boy’s Straw Hats, cheaper than the cheapest.
Trimmed Pattern Hats and Bonnets will be sold at a reduction of 50 per cent now.
Do not fail to examine our 25-oent Hat Counter.
In our FLOWER DEPARTMENT we will open an entire new invoice of
FRENCH FLO W ERS!
Consisting of Currants, Cherries, Berries, Daisies, Cloves, Buttercups, Poppies, Wild Roses,
etc., etc., which arrived too late for the season, aud which were purchased for
oue-half ofthe cost of importation. We will offer them at prices
which will seem ridiculously low, but we must get rid of them.
An Extra Sale of Ostrich Feathers
At unheard of prices. An inspection of these goods alone will well repay a visit to our store
STILL IIV PROGRESS !
Our Great Bargain Sale of Handkerchiefs, inaugurated last week with additional cheap lots
More popular than ever. Prices still lower and perfect fit guaranteed.
Parasols sold now at Cost !
SPECIAL ATTENTION is called ofthe Ladies to the very large accumulation of
REMNANTS of EMBROIDERIES and LACES, which will be closed out at an amazing
sacrifice. Ladies should not fail this excellent opportunity of availing themselves otthe'e
A. If. ALTMAYER A 00.,
135 Brou<;li( oil Street.
138 lirougliton St.
In order to reduce our present large stock, and in preference to carrying over, we place
on sale this week our vast selection of Fine Millinerv, which embraces every shape and
style now worn for Ladies, Misses and Children in White and Tinted Straw, at such low
prices that will induce the most economical to purchase. To give you au idea
We 4i Fetv Prices !
500 Ladies’, Misses and Children’s (odds and Ladies’ extra fine Leghorn Flops at 7oc; re
ends) at 10c duced from $1 25
Misses’untrimmed Shade Hats, white and Ladies’ uni rimmed shupes in colored straw,
colored, 15c; reduced from 25c 25c; reduced from 50c
Misses untrimmed colored straw shapes, 25c; Ladies’ untrimmed White and colored straw
reduced from 50c shapes, 50; reduced from $1
Misses’ exquisite quality Leghorn Flops, 50c; Ladies’ untrimmed Shade Hats, in all colors,
reduced from $1 20c; reduced from 35c
Misses’School Hats, trimmed in all the new Ladies’ untrimmed Leghorn Shapes atsl; re
shades, 25c; reduced from 35c duced from $1 50
Misses’trimmed school shapes, nobby styles, Ladies’ real Black Chip shapes, $1; reduced
3oc, reduced from 50c from $1 50
Misses’ elegant trimmed shapes, in all the Ladies’ imitation Chip Hats at 25c; reduced
new shades, 50c; reduced from 75c from 75c
Also, genuine bargains will be offered in
Flowers, Sprays & Wreaths, Ostrich Tips & Plumes.
THE BEST VACANT LOTS IN YAMACRAW.
LITTLE JOACHIM STREET.
w . 0 5 4 3 2 1 v
CO 6 s
JOACHIM or RAY St., (EXTENDED),
M'S 00 FEET WIDE. IT 2
«§ - Is
<5 p w
3 15 1G 17 IS ID 30 h
lam now ready to sell the above lots at private sale. This will be readily recognized
as the site of the old Stubbs’ warehouse, and as a splendid locality for building.
The corner lots are the best unoccupied stands for stores in Yaruacraw, and already
there are several live parties inquiring for them.
I ‘As opening through this property ex'emh Bay street to the Canal, this must become the
great thoroughfare to the Central Railroad warehouses across the Caual, at which freights
are now received.
OBSERN E THE LIBERAL TERMS: One-third cash and the balance in three
years, with bond for titles and interest at 7 per ceut.
C. 11. DORSETT.
Price, Fifteen Cents a Box.
EMORY’S LITTLE CATHARTIC PILLS
are the BEST EVER MADE for Costiveness, Indigestion, Headache.
41/ VHSut Gne good dose of three or four ICmory’s Litt’e Cathartic Pills, followed
by one pill every night for a week or two, makes the human machinery
■r run as regular as clock work; they purify the blood and put new life in
M a broken-down body. Purely Vegetable, Harmless, Pleasant, Infallible,
N the youngest child may take them. Sold by all Druggists and (Medi-
ciae Dealers at 15 cts- a box, or by mail.
- 3iA» p l?Pii! ,% ‘ STANDARD CD RE CO., Proprietors, 197 Pearl St., N. Y.
Emory’s Little Cathartic are more than is claimed ; they prove to be the best Pill ever
need here. Worth t/rice the money asked.— W. W, H. Goher, Harmony Grove, Ga—
Emory’s Little Cathartic are the most popular ot all the Cathartics.—Wm. Bishop, Mille
River, N. C My aged mother used one box with wonderful results.—N. W. Baker,
Locust Grove,Ota • 1 recommend them.—John Collins, M. D., Athens, Texas They
are excellent.—R. Benson, Jaokeou, Mias. They are unexcelled,—Mira. Elisabeth
nr. Meta Lr. Mo. « f • 1
Merchants’ aid Miners’ "
TRANSPORTATION COM PAN Y.
CARIN’ PASSAfiK 15 00
SKCON'I) CABIN ' 13 00
EXCURSION ..... 25 00
The Steamships of this Company are appointed to
sail from Savannah for Baltimore as follows:
JOHNS HOPKINS, Captain J. S. March, THUR 3
DAY, June 26, at 10 a. m.
W ?!;I' A ' VRENUK ’ Captain T. A. Hoorna, TUBS
DAY, July Ist, at 1:00 p. m.
JOHSS HOPKINS, Captain J. S. Mabcr, MONDAY,
July 7, at 5 p m.
UAWRENCB, Captain T. A. flooeita, SATUR
DAY, July 12, at 10:30 a. m.
And from Baltimore for Savannah on same days a.
above at 3 p. m.
Through bills lading given to all points West, all i
the manufacturing towns in New England, and to , 1
Liverpool and Bremen. Through passenger ticket# I
W"d Northwe g :t ClnCinD ' ltl ’ CbiCa,sU ’ a "‘ • K>iD ‘
JAS. B. AN KST A CO., Aelita,
ll4 Rav atri*ei
OCEAN STEAMSHIP (WM
SET IKS ASI F3UEKISU
PASSAGE TO NEW YORK
PASSAGE TO PHILADELPHIA.
EXCURSION ' Df'
CABIN TO NEW VIA PIiiLAOKLP:HA.V.V.*.*///. »
Tlie magnificent SteamshipH of this Conmanv ar
appointed to sail as follows. STANDARD TIME •
TO NEW YOUR.
TALLAHASSEE. Captain W. H. FiaHKa FRI
DAY, June 27, at 9:30 a. m. '
Captain K - s - Nickkbson,
SUNDAY, June 29, at IulM) a. m.
CHATTAHOOCHEE, Captain K. H. Daooktt. TUES
DAY, July 1, at 12:30 p. m.
NACOOCHEE, Captain E. F. Kkmpton, FRIDA'
July 4, at 3:00 p. m.
JUNIATA, Captain H. C. Daggett, SATURDAY
June 28, at 1U:»0 a. m.
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Captain Cathakise, SATUR.
DAY, July 5, at 4:00 p. m.
Through bills of laden given to Eastern and North
western points and to porta of the United Kiugdi .11
and the Continent.
For freight or passage apply to
G. M SORREL, Agent,
City Exchange Building.
Boston and Savannah
FOR BOSTON DIRECT.
CABIN PASSAGE too
The first class iron Bteamships of this company are ' ’fr
appointed to sail everyTHUKSDAY from Boston at 3 p
m.: from Savannah as follows: Standard Time.
CITY OF MACON, Captain 4Y. KeU.kv, THURS
DAY, June 26, at 9:00 p. m.
GATE CITY, Captain D. Hedge, THURSDAY, July
3, at 2 30 p. m.
CITY OF MACON, Captain W. Keli.ev, THURS
DAY, July 10, at 7:30 p. m.
GATE CITY, Captain D. Hedge, THURSDAY,
July 17, at 1:00 p. m.
Through bills of lading given to New England manu
facturing point* and to Liverpool.
The Company’s wharves in both Savannah and Bos
ton are connected with all railroads leading out of the
RICHARDSON k BARNARD, Ae*nts.
Sea Island Route.
Georgia and Florida Inland Steam
No heat! No Dnst! but a delightful sail along the
PICTURESQUE SEA ISLANDS! A PERFECT
STEAMER ST. NICHOLAS
leaves Savannah, foot of Lincoln street, every SUN
DAY ami THURSDAY morning atS.3O o’clock, stand
ard time. Returning, leaves Feruandinu MONDAY and
From Savannah, for Darien, Brunswick, and way
STEAMER DAVID CLARK
From foot Lincoln street every TUESDAY aud FRI
DAY at 4 p. M .
For regular and special excursion tickets to all points
in Florida, Cuba, Mexico etc., apply to LKVK &
ALDEN, Corner Bull and Bryan Streets.
Brunswick passengers either way will be trans-
ferred at St. Simon’s by steamer Ruby.
Freight not sigued for 24 hours after arrival will be
at risk of consignee.
J. N. HARR I MAN, Manager.
C, WILLIAMS, Genera. Agent.
THE HISTORY OF
Brewer’s kg Eesiorer.
Its Claims Upon the Public —Why It
Should Be Universally Used.
It is very often the case that treasures remain bid
den for years right under one’s eves and only discov
ered at last by accident. Such was the case with
Brewer’s Lung Restorer. This remedy was used for
nearly forty years by a little neighborhood of people
who either did not appreciate its true value or did not
have the means or opportunity to proclaim its virtues
to the world. When they had a cough, sore throat,
bronchitis, tickling in the throat or other throat and
lung troubles they made them a small kettle full of
this uunamed remedy, the material for which they
had but to look for in the forests and old fields sur-
rounding their homes, and in a remarkably short
time they were relieved by its use and never thought
of it any more until it was again required. However,
things have changed since those days. Such treasures
are eagerly sought after and do not long remain in
obscurity. The present proprietors of this old remedy
having by accident learned that its cures were miracu
lous, determined at once to ascertain for themselves
what merit it really possessed, and having tested it in
a great number of cases, in all of which it proved
efficacious, they pu'cbased the right to manufacture
and sell the same under the name of B;ewer’s Lune
Restorer, and it has become so widely known uudg
their management that it is to-day recognized as the
greatest throat and lung remedy of the age. Con
taining no opiates it can be taken with perfect safety
by the most delicate. Being entirely vegetable its
effects can in no way lie harmful and even in the
event that it fails to cure the general health of the
patient is greatly improved. It can be given to six
months’ old infants in the prescribed doses with bene
ficial effects; yet full grown men are surprised at its
magical effect on them.
Those who suffer from wmsting diseases, such as
coH£umption and dyspepsia, rapidly gain in flesh and
strength by the use of Brew r’s Lung Restorer. Many
instances of patients gaining 7 pounds of flesh from
every bottle they took have been reported to us. Testi
monials from the best people iu the land are found in
every newspaper of consequence and such testimon
ials from such men must convince the public that this
remedy possesses great merit. This medicine, in
dorsed by such men, has done more to break down the
prejudice existing against patent medicines than ar.y
other remedy known. For the various reasons men
tioned we call upon suffering humanity so give Brew
er’s Lung Restorer a trial. It is almost infallible. Its
effects are wonderful—in fact, miraculous.
CURE I OU PILES.
of Files is
it#mig ;it iTWtt after getting wain. Afcis
unpleasant sensation is immtJKtely
lfived by an application of ] >^i!osank%;
Pile Keraedy. Piles iu all forms, Itch, Salt
Khcttin and Kingw >rm can l>e permanently
cured by the use of this great remedy. Price
60 cents. Manufactured by The I)r. iiosanko
Medicine Co., Piquu, O. * Sold by
Osceola Butler and E. J Kieffer.