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Dr. Frisch, of the Vienna Polyclinic,
ifter experimenting for three months, re
ports against the Pasteur method in hy
Jacob Duncan, of Bedford, Pa., will
stand no fooling with time. His brother
in-law, Jeremiah Plecker, turned the hands
»f the clock forward two hours, whereupon
Jacob resented the foolish joke by shooting
Jeremiah dead. The murderer probably
will be wishing for some one to turn the
Hands of a prison clock backward on the
day fixed for his execution.
The Cincinnati Eriquircr is apprehensive
shat broom corn is likely at no distant day
X> revolutionize'the breadstuff’ supply of the
trorl 1. It says a process has been discovered
ky whicn the finest and most delicious flour
ean be made from the seed to the extent of
one-half its own weight, and leaves the
other half a valuable food for meat and
aiilk. The average yield per acre is 300
bushels, and in a number of instances 500
bushels, or 30,000 pounds, have been se
4 » 1
At a recent meeting of the Industrial So
tiety of Muhlhausen, Alsace, the President
■reported on the recently invented perforated
window panes, whioh are said to be admira
bly adapted to hospital purposes, inasmuch
as they admit fresh air while preventing a
fraught. Each square metre of glass con
tains S,OtX) holes,which are of a conicshape,
widening towards the inside. Many hospit
als have already adopted these window
aanes, which are the invention of an engi
neer of the name of Henkel.
Prince Napoleon (Plon-Plon) was re
oently visiting the Vatican galleries in Rome
And be used every effort tojnduce one of the
Papal officers to allow him to remain hid
den in some nook while the Pope passed
through the galleries in going to his apart
nents. The Prince, however, was treated
as any other tourist would be, and was
obliged to get out. It is said “he went off
in a huff," but it is probable the Pope was
act particular as to the manner of his
The use of frogs as a table delicacy i.- i
rreasing. They are shipped from Michigan,
Ohio and Indiana in wire cages with zinc
bottoms, and go to the large Eastern cities
Frogs must be taken alive to market, as the
fine while flesh does not keep long after
being dressed. The frogs are canght in
aeines and dip nets in the shallow lakes and
ponds. The only preparation for the cook
jug of frogs is to skin them. The manager
•f Fulton Market, New York, says a three
■ere poud will furnish each year 100,000
frogs, and be lucre profitable than a herd of
A' curious incident is related by the
Boston Courier, as having occurred on the
French steamer Bourgogne not long since.
Among the passengers coming from Paris
was the Viscountess de Coetlogon; formerly
Miss Georgy Blake, who came to visit her
ibtnily in Boston. She had hardly gone on
board, when she discovered an old friend in
ihe person of one of the cabin stewards. In
explanatian of his present occupation he
told her that all the money of himself and
family had been Swallowed up, that he was
.obliged to work for his living, and, failing
to find more profitable or congenial employ
ment, he had been compelled to accept ser
»ice with the Compagnie Transatlantique.
Better* than Vacation.
This is pre-eminently the vacation month,
rlien thousands seek rest and recreation.
But to those who stiller the depressing
affects of summer debility, the disagreeable
jymptoms of scrofula, the torturesof bilious
ness, dyspepsia or sick headache, there is
more pain than pleasure in leaving home.
To such we say, give Hood’s Sarsaparilla a
trial. Il will purify your blood, tone up
and strciighten your l«»dy, expel every trace
at’ scrofula, correct biliousness, and positive
ly cure dyspepsia or sick headache. Take
t before you go, and you will enjoy your
vacation a thousand fold.
F Salvation Oil is the greatest curejon earth
*r pain. It afford instant relief and speedy
xire to all sufferers from rheumatism,
Ae iralgisj headache, sore throat, pain in
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THE SAVANNAH DAILY TIMES: WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 18S6.
WONDERS OF THE HEAVENS.
How They May be Unfolded by the
All the discoveries of ancient astron
omers were, of course, effected without
the aid of glasses, and Pliny, in his ninth
book of the Almagest, quotes fourteen
observations of Mercury, dating 200 or
800 years before our era, and still to be
relied on. They had, no doubt, good
eyes in those days, when everybody ex
cept the astrologers went to bed with
the sun, and rose as soon as he appeared.
In the tail of Ursa Major the middle star
has near it a small companion styled on
the celestial chart Alcor. The Arab ob
servers knew this by the name of Saidak,
which means touchstone or trial; for if a
man coul d perceive that tiny point with
the unassisted eye he could easily see
the small stars of the Pleiades and the
statellites of Jupiter.
We must, however, also remember the
purity and transparency of the eastern
sky, especially in dry, desert regions,
where all the heavenly orbs shine with a
brilliancy quite unknown to western as
tronomers. Copernicus, it is related,
lamented in the hour of his death that
he had never so much as seen the planet
Mercury, which the happier Greek ob
servers called Stilbon, the spendid shin
ing; and one of the most promising
points in connection with this great new
telescope in America is that it will be
perched upon a mountain peak, far
above the dusts and mists of the lower
world —lifted into the stainlessly
dark blue atmosphere which Pro
fessor Tyndall has celebrated upon his
high Alps. Accordingly, when we call
to mind the considerable additions made
to the heavenly science by such com
paratively inferior instruments as those
of Lord Rosse, Mr. Lasell and the elder
Herschel, we may be full of hope that
the California astronomers will astonish
and delight the Old World with new dis
coveries, “when some new planet swims
into their ken.’ They can hardly be in
time for the two comets of the season —
the Fabrey and the Bernard, which are
to be in their highest brilliancy about
May 15 next, and not much farther from
the earth than the trifle of 15,900,000 and
35,000,000 of miles respectively.
There are, however, unresolved nebu
lae at which the great glass will no
sooner be pointed than we may expect
to have those distant mysteries instantly
come down—like Col. Slick’s coon —into
galaxies of stars and systems; and out
side Uranus and Neptune, the latter
being distant from us 2,746,000,000 miles
the new telescope may cast a glance in
the border world between our farthest
planet and our nearest etar, and perhaps
find a sister for the single moon of Nep
tune, and tell us why the four moons of
Uranus—Ariel, Umpriel, Titania and
Überon —dance backward in the eternal
minuet of the skies and have planes per
pendicular to the elliptic of the mother
There are, indeed, endless points upon
which astronomers seek such informa
tion as improved command of the heav
ens might supply, especially if the en
hanced power of the telescope can be
wedded to the faithful eyesight of the
photographic camera. Wonderful things
have been achieved of late in such a
way; spaces of the midnight sky blank
to the ordinary lens or mirror, have re
vealed to the sensitive tilm of the plate
myriads of starry bodies. The crimson
cressets on the sun’s ridge have depicted
themselves; his spots have registered
their periodic passage, and the time ap
proaches, apparently, when an automatic
astronomer will be invented which will
chronicle event of the spheres with sleep
less accuracy. We want to know much
more of comets, of nebulae, and of those
curious little members of our system,
the planetoids, which perpetually in
crease in numbers with closer observa
tion, until they have grown up during
tiie present century to more than 250
known and named bodies. They wander
as obedient to law as the very largest
planet, between Mars and Jupiter, tiny
islets of the sapphire ocean, small chil
dren of the cosmos, the biggest not much
more than 300 miles in diameter, few of
them so bulky as to be visible without
Are these little silver bees of the sys
tem mere broken fragments of some in
termediate planet, or have they been
seriously created, and have they been
taken up with revolution and gravita
tion, and all the rest of it, on their own
account and for special purposes. To
answer that and many another question
of the kind may doubtless, in an Ameri
can phrase, "lick the Lick glass;” but
more and more, as astronomical concep
tions expand, are they silently affecting
morals, thoughts and religion. We see
infinity and grasp eternity when we look
forth into the starry space. The visible
universe is palpably boundless, and im
plies an invisible universe of which it is
the shadow, the symbol and the imper
fect provisional expression. All faiths
heretofore delived to mankind have been
prescientiflc, built on the theory—or ac
cepting it —that the stars were set in
heaven the light this little O, the earth,”
round which the sun goes daily. Faith
has not yet ventured to look through
Galileo’s “optik glass,” let alone the
gigantic lenses of James Lick. By and
by mankind will understand, as well as
hear of, larger ideas. It will be better
understood why the Divine Teacher of
Galilee said: “In my Father's house are
many mansions, ” and why the wise east
has always insisted upon evolution and ■
progressive life for all which lives, be- :
fore Darwifi and Wallace were heard of.
Astronomy and religion have yet to com
pare notes and to labor through the same
Strawberry and Cream.
Some one writes from West Point of s ;
young lady in a white dress, who was “play- j
ing tennis with all her might and a small boy,” !
that her red face above her white dress re- j
sembled a strawberry on top of a plate of
vanilla ice cream.—Chicago Herald.
AT A CHINESE FUNERAL
The Remains Interred Along with Roast
Pig and Pullets.
The friends of Lai Poy did the proper
thing by him, the other day, and gave
him a nice, quiet “send-off” on his road
to that exclusive realm of bliss eternal
reserved for the virtuous children of the
Flowery kingdom. Poy was somewhat
in a hurry to undertake the trip, and ac
celerated things with a knife and a
header into a pit. When the young men
at the laundry where Lai Poy was visit
ing, found their friend dead with his
throat cut and three gashes in his head,
Wah Lee, the dead Chinaman’s boss, was
informed and he in turn informed the
Chinese consul of the facts, and then a
meeting of Lai Poy’s friends was held
and it was determined that poor Lai Poy
should have as fine a coffin, as much
roast pork, and as many fat pullets as
any other Celestial who had had a fash
ionable burial. The Sth of July was se
lected as the time for taking Lai Poy to
the cemetery of the Evergreens, but the
programme was changed. All day long
on Monday Lai Poy’s body lay upon ice
in a box in the stable of a Mott street
undertaker. The hostlers washed car
riages and groomed horses within, and
young America and mature China
banged packs upon packs of Are-crack
ers without. The master of ceremonies
was Ye King, a little dried-up Chinaman,
the head partner in a tea firm of Park
row. At the last moment he decided
that it wouldn’t make any great differ
ence to Lai Poy if he waited until the
morrow. Anyway, Lai Poy had no
voice in the matter.
“Him belly good Chinaman,” ex
plained old Ye King, laying down his
pipe and gazing meditatively out of the
grimy window. “Him come Melica six
years ago, and catchee plenty money.
Him plenty friends. Fire fire-crackers
to-day, bury um to mollow, plenty nice.”
Accordingly Lai Poy’s friends dropped
around to the undertaker’s shop early in
the morning for a last view. The dead
Chinaman had been dressed in a white
tunic —the mourning color —and a natty
black skull-cap with the reddest of red
buttons on the top. Lai Poy during life
prided himself on the length, thickness
and texture of his cue. The thoughtful
undertaker had disposed this essen
tial to unquestioned entry into the Chi
nese heaven so that its proportions and
beauty might be appreciated as it lay
over his bosom. The plate said that Poy
was in his 32d year when he elected to
die. Old Ye King was justly proud
of the arrangements, for the coffin waa
a showy, veneered affair, and the com
position handles and buttons were im
posing, Sixteen mourners entered four
carriages, the hearse door was snapped
shut, and the procession started for the
Evergreens. Some of Lai Poy’s friends
wore blue, others soft brown silk, one
from the consul's office a pale lilac tunic,
and one carriage with the nearest friends
had occupants all in white. The other
mourners carried a huge hamper,
wherein were deposited a little roast pig
all covered with icing and things, two
fat pullets browned to a turn, biscuits,
candies, nuts, a pot of excellent Sou
Chong tea, punk, and praying papers of
gilt. The friends smoked 5-cent cigars
and looked grave. When the cemetery
was reached the procession went to Ce
lestial hill, the plot owned by the Chinese
government, and the body of Lai Poy was
deposited beside eighty-nine of his coun
trymen who learned all about the mys
teries of the Chinese eternity at earlier
periods. The little pig and fat pullets
and the biscuits and things had a fair
start with Lai Poy, and were buried to
gether, while old Ye King burned punk
and incinerated little three-cornered bal
loons of gold paper. Then they drove
back to Mott street and had tea. —New
Formation of Fog In the Air.
It has recently been demonstrated that
in a perfectly moist air no formation or
a fog is possible, however much the
temperature is lowered, so long as the
air is absolutely free from dust, and that
the more air, sufficiently moist, is
charged with such foreign particles, the
more intense is the formation of fog. If
filtered and completely moist air in a
glass ball have its pressure diminished
only a few particles of fog will reveal
themselves to the most careful inspec
tion. But if a few cubic millimeters of
ordinary house air be now admitted into
this filtered air a very fine, silvery, trans
parent fog at once forms itself, of such
slight density that even in the case of a
considerable area of it the transparency of
the atmosphere would be but very
slightly affected. At the first moment
of its formation if a reflected image of
the sun, or the reflected light of an elec
tric lamp, be viewed through it the im
age will be seen surrounded by an in
tensely luminous blue or greenish light.
Emigrants Sent to South Africa.
Eighty emigrants, all abstainers, are
being sent out to Kaffraria. Each of the
number is to have 120 acres of land and
other help, and the little band has been
selected with the greatest care. If one
of the most beautiful and richly gifted
portions of south Africa be any aid to
the success of this enterprise, the pros
pects of the expedition are virtually as
sured. Kaffraria is beyond question the
most favored spot in South Africa. It
abounds in wood, grass and water, and
is eminently adapted to the raising of
stock, as well as for agriculture.—Chi
A Hungry Kobin’s Daily Food.
Professor Treadwell, of Massachusetts,
has proved that a half-grown robin will
daily devour more than once and a half
its own weight in caterpillars and beetles.
A young brood can not live on less than
seventy or eighty worms a day. A single
pair of sparrows will carry every week
to the nest 4,300 caterpillars or beetles.
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Ticket Office, 20 Bull street, and at Depot
Ticket Office, Liberty and West Broad sts.
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EXAMINE - THIS MAP
Particularly that portion south of Anderson
street, between Habersham and Montgom
ery streets. That is the area over which
Savannah must extend. It Is impossible for
us to advance In any other direction.
An investigation of the ownership of these
lands discloses the fact.that less than twen
ty-five persons own that large vacant epace,
extending to Eliza street, and represen ting
scores of acres.
These owners have the ability and seem to
possess the Inclination to keep their proper
ty Intact, and not to put it on the market.
There are no streets in that section that
are recognized by both the city and the
owners until you pass Eliza street
South of Ellzi? are Norwood, King and
Lawton st-eets, ranging in width fiom 40 to
60 feet Th-.se streets are already dedicated
to the public and lots sold upon them.
I have recently sold twenty-three lots,
fronting south, on Norwood street, to good
parties—some of them young men just com
mencing to accumulate.
I am now offering ten lots, fronting south,
on King street, each 40x90, at the uniform
price of IE 125 each, for cash.
C. H. DORSETT,
Real Estate Dealer, Savannah, Ga.
I. D Laßoche’s Sons,
Auctioneers and Commission Mercn
Dealers in Stocks, Bonds and Real estate,
have on hand a number of desirable Vacant
lots well located. Residences, large and
small, In various parts of the city, also sev
eral Truck Farms within a short distance oi
the city, all of which will be ofiered at very
low prices. A Block of Lots that we are
offering on the INSTALLMENT PLAN.
These lots aie desirable to parties with small
means who desire to obtain a home on easy
terms. Any one wishing to rent, buy or sell
will consult their Interest by giving us a call
LUMBER AND TIMBER.
D. C. BACON & CO.,
Pitch Pine and
By the Cargo.
A LARGE STOCK OF WELL-SEASONEI
Flooring, Ceiling, Weather
At prices as low as ever offered In this city.
Carpenters and Contractors will do well to
call and examine our stock and prices before
We are also handling a good quality oi
BRICK at low figures.
McDonough & co.,
Planing Mill and Lumber Yard on Charlton
street, between Price and East Broad.
F W. DALE. M. W. DIXON. J. £. RAY
At Retail and also by the Cargo
X’rices Reduced I
We have a large stock of seasoned Lum be,
that must be sold to make room for stock
constantly arriving. We have made a GREAT
REDUCTION In Prices and are determined
not to be undersold by any one. Orders soli
cited. Call and get our Prices before purchas
Dale, Dixon K>o.
i (Successors o)
Dale, Wells & Co.,
Planing Mill,'Wheaton and Liberty
■, ID & CO.,
Liberty and East Broad streets,
Have a full stock of Seasoned. Dressea nd
Undr sse Lumber which they are selling at
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WANTED, the public to know that
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WANTED— Ladles and gentlemen to work
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PIRSALE- A lot of shop-worn TRUNKS
and SATCHELS, perfectly good but
soiled, at low prices for cash. Also a nice
line of Plain and Cedar-Uned Packing
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sizes from 2x3 upland 4-4 Boards, Framing
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stock on hand which must be sold.
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Yard corner Taylor and East Broad streets.
Telephone No. 211.
poR SALE— and Lightwood In
Savannah, Florida and Western Railway
yard, foot of Jones street, by E. A. FULTON.
fTOR P.ENT—From the Ist or October.Jthat
-T desirable brick residence, with outbuild
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FOR RENT—The brick dwelling 1-7 3 South
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Fj'Oß RENT—Desirable offices on Bay
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100 Bay etieet.
PIR RENT—From November Ist, in whole
or In part, to good tenants, the Jasper
Spring Farm, consisting of 51 acres, with Its
beautiful dwelling, outhouses, stables, yards,
gardens and orchards, Ac. Also 31 Acres ad
joining tract. All excellent for truck farm
ing, and convenient for shipping. Apply to
8. L. LAZARON, 107 Bay street, Savannah,
PIANOS FOR RENT-Always in stock a
full supply of Renting Pianos at from
83 to 88 per month. All styles, Squares and
Uprights Rented Pianos kept in tune and
order free of charge. LUDDEN & BATES
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west corner of Bryan and Abercorn sts.,
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any kind of wholesale business; size 40x90
feel; will be finished by Sept I. Also, hall
60x90 in same building. For terms inquire
atoffice of HENRY BLUN.
PIANOS Moved, Boxed and Shipped on
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professional Piano Movers of long experi
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ber lands to exchange for Northern
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TUNING AND REPAIRING-Planos and
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Repollshed at New York prices. Best work
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tended to. LUDDEN A BATES MUSIC
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materials furnished. 2i cent sample of work
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Contractors and Builders.
All Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
Corner President and Jefferson streets,
JUbt ARRIVED at the Ten Cent. Store
154 Bryan street, a lother lot of those
Polkadot Goblets, Preserve Dishes, China,
Shoes, Individual Salts, assorted colors. Also
Glass ornamenta'. Also Just re
ceived Chair Bottoms, Chair Nails, Clothes
Reels and Pulleys, Buggy and Riding Whips,
Fly Fans, Wize Dish Covers, Pnotog aph
Frames and Cotlee Mills, instock, Woodand
Willowware, Hardware, Glassware, Crock
ery, Jewelry, Notions and Novelties.
R. C CONNELL.
NO TELLING where you can get bargains
until you compare. It’s well to read
about all you can buy cheap, proving it tells
the tale. We have ou hand 2,00) Cabinet Wire
Frames of tur e inch Moulding, readv to
hang up at 2>c; the moulding can’t be bought
for tne money; 800 alee Engraving llctures
at 10c, worth 50c. Oil Paintings, Student
Chromos very cheap, and all sizes of Gilt aud
Bronze Frames at remarkably low prices.
Frames made of all sizes while waiting In
tact we can sell on* goods tor less money
than any house this side of New York. So
call. It is not in the writing The goods are
here for you to see to convince yourself that
you <-an save money by calling at NATHaN
BROS’.. 186 C ingress and 181 St. Julian
street, between Barnard and Jefferson.
ri HL CHOICEST AND THE BEST-Having
-I permanently located my business in the
Savannah Market at Stall No. 50,1 would in
form the public that I will always have on
hand the FINEST BEEF, MUTTON and
VEAL that comes to this market. The stall
will be under the management of my son
assisted by an experienced butcher. My
terms are STRICTLY CAsH, and I can afford
tosellat SMALLER PKOFT and guarantee
satisfaction I will also continue the busl
ncss at my «ld established Green Grocery,
No. 46 South Broad street, where I will keep
constantly on hand the choicest Beef, Mut
ton, Veal, Pork aud Sausages. Dressed Chick
ens and Turkeys. Also Northern Beef by
every steamer. J. E. SANDIFORD, Stall No.
50 Savannah Market, Green Grocery 46 South
Broad eti et, near Habersham.
WANTED— La liesand Gentlemen In city
or co: ntry to receive light, simple, easy
work at home ail th year round; work sent
by mall; distance no objection; salary from
S 3 os6 a day; no canvassing; no stamp re
qiiired for reply. Address UNION MANU-
F.i-c* JRING COMPANY, Box 5106, Boston,