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THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1885.
S A V At ' Dir.ICTC.tYi
METHODIST tPISCOPAt CHURCHSOCTH
Rev, Liri( fmD, Pastor, - Preaching
Sunday at ii fc.-u. p. as. Prayer meeting
Wsdoatday night..' Sunday School Sunday 9 a. av
i . J. W. CHERRY, Sua't,
."' ;' 1 ,.' .
' Cotton pickiug will soon be in or
der. . L . . , t
Mrs. R. D. Morrow pdd Evans
Tllle a visit iMt week.
Mr. T. M. Dolan, eon of 0, W. Do
lan lor several years a resident of
our town, ig here from Indianapolis
after his father.
Saachiai it a.
Sw. J. W. Will pastot in
School, J. M. MckSop1. oa I
m. sad ; p. n. avtty Sunday. Pradaaat!ag
vcanaMaymgat" . -
Savannah Looa No. lot F ft A M meats Friday
Ightoo or before each full anon.
' , i H. R. HINKI.E, W. M.
; - W. T. POWERS, See.
Hardin Lodge K. of H. No. 174 meets fint and third
Tuesday night hach month. , : - .
W. ,H. CARRINGTON, Dictator.
. ' i,$kMtS WILtlAMS, Reporter.
Ancient Order United Workmen Home lodge No.
S9meeUseconeVS foarth Thursday eight ta each
nonth. - -. ' V " ; '
; . R. E. BENNETT, U. WY
V . J. T. MADDOX, Recorder.
. JAMES WILLIAMS, tlnanciet.
Circait Court, Surd Monday in Jan. Mayaadaept.
.. , '- T. P. BATEMAN, Judge.
' ' C. W. HARBERT, Clerk.
Chancerry Courf, third Monday in Apr, and Oct,
' . G. H.NIXON, Chancellor.
Chairman County Court, Alfred Pitts; CleiV Comi
ty Court, J. C Mitchell; Clerk Circuit Court, 0. WHr
bert; Sheriff Vf.f. Stoty) Trustee, T. K, Hurst; Rrg
ster. Ino. T. Mtaddoxi Ranrer. R. East.
J. T- WWu, surveyor for the East side of the Riv
er and en try taker for the county. " -
J. L. Yancy, for the west side. -.; ,
J. D. Bain, who has oeen at Cerro
Gordo for some time, was on our
streets Saturday Re paid the Coo
i office a pleasant call. ,.
W. L. Alford has purchsed the
property known as the Alexander
place. He ts remodeling the house
prepartaory to moving to it.
Cavendtr is still on the
corner selling groceries
cheap, and the bet that ,
and don't yon forget it.
Master Frank Witherspoon gave
us a pleasant call Tuesday. We
guess Frank will be out of the arms
of hie nurse when we see him again.
Mrs. J. B. Williams, after spend
ing some time with her sister, Mrs.
Cunningham and other relatives, re
turned to her home in Arkansas last
W.E.Hughes has added aware
house to the rear of his atore.
The Str. Tyler didn't put in ap
pearance this week, for reasons un
known to us.
Corrected every Thursday by J. W,
Corn, per bushel 5
Sugar, per lb, brown .............. ioii
Floor per barrel., $j 00 $$ 50
Coffee, 7 and i $1
5 lk, roasted .... $1
Bacon, tide.... 10
Molasses. New Orleans..,. ....65(75
Sorghum.... - 335
Dried apple... J
Dried peaches J
Cheese , ..iso
Mackerel, per kit 6575
Raisins...... ...... soaas
Pickle, in boitle I J5
Vinegar, per gallon 3
Coal Oil, per gallon S
Cottonseed Oil, per gallon... S
Cream Tartar , 4060
Soda, per lb... lo
Potatoes, Irish, per bushel 5
Potatoes, sweet ... 5
Salt, per barre t $0
Salt, per sack , 510
Yeast Cakes lo
Buckwheat ... o
W E Hughes besides hav-1 Ek. p 10
THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL FAIR OE THE
Will be Held at Their Grounds Near Savannah,
BBaiHHIHa OCTOBHa 13, 1888,-JUS C3KTIHUIE2 FOUR DAYS FOR PREMIUM LIST AHD FULL PARTICULARS
Address i. F. DeFORD, Secretary
ing dry-goods and grocer
ies, ha the cooling bever
nge, soda water, ice cold.
Willie Harland and two sisters,
who, like himself are deaf and dumb
left on the Johnson to return to the
Asv'um for Deaf and Dumb at
Mr. Edgar Cherry left for Nash
ville by the Steamer Johnson Tuet
day. He was accompanied by his that paper on account of its passing Into the
I F. DcFord was In aj-un a way
Mra. N. 1. Sevier visited Sa van
nub thin week. ; 1 J
Unr)itir M1r" Juli.'tte and ntt f I h3" of the Pes who now own ana con-
ignter, miss, j uiiaie, ana nei ef bA At NMhlte Wwlit xhe Mme
pies they have advocated ia the American
they will continue to adocate in Thi Union.
Miss Loula Hardin.
Prof. Cox U assiMlnv; Prof. Woods
in hi.i school at the College.
At the res'dence of the bride, by
R. Enxt F.nq.. 8 a m. Sunday, S. R.
Allen and Mrs. Isabella McDaniel,
ii of this county.
T. W. - Brovles visited Waverly
thin wet-k -on" legal business.
W enll itlention to the card of
Hlnklt cfc Bennett in this isntie.
Mif s Stella Braves is teaching in
the primary department at the Col
lege. ' ; - - - .:" , - ;
W. J., Welfh was circulating a-
mong his many friends of Savannah.
this week. " : "
Mr. R; H.. Bussell is improving
his place by building an addition to
Mrs. Frcelliig has charge of the
Music Department of the school at
the College, ;
Mrs,.). W.. Herring br Purdy is
visiting her , father's family Mr. G
M. Hamilton. '
Messrs. Kinoanon, MeKinney and
Schultz of Saltillc, wwe in town
Jno. A. PTtts Esq. of Jackson spent
Tuesday rright in Savannah, on his
way to Linden. v v '
, W. E. Morris, bf;te firm of De
Ford & Morris, has go is east to buy
a fall stock of goods.
Mrs. Victor Thompson is teach
ing a subscriDtion school in the
The Silver Cloud took on several
thousand feet of lnrflber at our land
ing on-her last down trip.
NASHVILLE'S NEW DAILY.
Ths Fint Number of the Union to
he Itwt l March 17 What it will
Be and What it will Advocate.
On the 17th of the present month the un
dersigned will issue in this city the first num
ber of a new Democratic daily journal, to ap
pear every morning, and to be entitled
THE KASHVILLB UNION.
The editorial and business staff of Thb
Union wilt be composed of trained journalists
who have been connected with the Amtritan
for many years, and who hare withdrawn from
The Educational Institute for thr
nolored tent-bora of this county will
lie held at Hamburgh, Tuesday, Sept
29, Saannnh, Wednesday, Sept. 30,
and Sibler. Oct. i. All teachers in
he county are requested and ex
pected to attend.
: purpose oi the puDUsners oi ma UN
ION will be to make it :
A Live. Progressive Exponent of Demo
Opposed to Machine Politic and the Rule
of Political Bosses.
Devoted to the Building-np and Industrial
Prosperity of the New South.
Earnest in the Advocacy of Tennessee'
Commercial, Agricultural, Manufacturing and
Keeping fully ADreast oi tne i imes on Ail
the Leading Questions of the Day.
Above Everythine. it Will Be a Good
Newspaper, Complete in all the Departments
of Telegraphic, General, Local and Market
It will be seen that the Subscription Price
has been m?de as Low as the Actual Cost of
publishing a First-Class Journal will permit
we ask me suopon oi an wno aesire mat
0SK SOB OEMCE
Is Coinplete in
' J. CAVENDEll,
. .DEALER IN
FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Canned GoodS, .
fjCT'Your Patronage Will be Appreciated.
T " "ad.
- j going
Including facilities fordoing
ALL . IIM)S OF
. DEALERS IN 1
Dauas, Medicises & Family Croceries,
. EEEZCH AND MUZZLE LOADING GUNS.
SAVANNAH, . TENN,
DEALERS IN '
DRY-GOODS, AND QROCSRIES,
.. EATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
an Honest, Out-spoken, Anti-machine Deni
J K Barlow & Co, the live tained in this A
By the yi
Irug- store, keeps every-
Ihiiigln the way of drugs
and medicines, together
with a full line of sehool
books, stationery, jewelry
ocratic Paper should be published and sus-
The term of Thi Union are:
Mr. Frank VTitherspoon acd little
family left - Wednesday for
home in Gainesville, Texas.
nere accompanied by Mrs. Williams,
mother of Mrs. Witherspoon. As
this was their former home, they, ol
ourse have a host of friends as well
as manv relativea to reirret. their
months 4 00
3 months a 00
1 month .... jo
1 week ao
One year, postage free, in advance..... $ I 00
UNION PUBLISHING CO.
their Jtt " North Cl"'11 Stt NMhvUl Twu
suej I a mm s n an m m xr
CARPENTER & UNDERTAKER
Keens on hand coffins and caskets In good
style which can be furnished on short notice.
Shop at home on Main Street.
In calling attention to our job
work, we will say that we are pre.
pared to do everything in that line and obstetric.
from a visiting card to a poster
24x36inches, including note .letter
and bill heads, envelopes, all kinds
of legal blanks, invitatiou and wed
ding cards. In fact, any thing you
may want printed, can be done at
this office.- I
Offer hit service to the people of Ravan
nan and vicinity in the practice of medicine
Letter Heads, INote Heads, Bill Heads,
Stattments, Bills Lading, Envelopes, Bus
iness, Invitation or "Wedding Cards, Pam
phlet Work, Posters, Circulars and IVo-
tices of Every Description.
ALL LEGAL BLANKS KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
-Our efforts shall be to
D. A. & T. J. WELCH,
DEALERS IN '
DRY-QOODS, BROOZRISS, BOOTS, SHOES' '
And Qsneral Merchandise, ' Y '
SAVANNAH , . . . TENN.
' 1 1 : ,
SAVANNAH, TENNESSEE. -
Mrs. J. H. KENDALL, Proprietress.
JE. C. KE.YD.iLI,, Clerk.
fHXTable supplied with the best the market affords; charges reasonablo
PLEASE IN ALL OUR WORE.
We have tho best
1IVXJL J. W2T0V
We call attention to the display
advertisement of the Hardin County
Agricultural ,4 Mechanical Associa
tion. t .,: . .. r
Mrs. Mrry Chandler, after spend
ing the summer with her mother
has returned to her home at St.
Reduced postage and other causes
have Increased the correspondence
of the world , Less than fifty years
ago the average of letters received
by each person per annum was ouiy
3 tn the United Kingdom, and it is
now 37 letters and 4 postal cards
The latest reliable ascertained com
parison (for 1883, when the avarage
was 35 in Great Britain) gives the
s . a tT t. a
average per neaa in tne unnea
States at SI; Germany. 17 Prance,
6; Italy, 7, and Spain 6,
Judge J. D. alfaf JZTlaV,
and Justice of the Peace.
SAVANNAH - - - TENN. -
SELECTION OF JOB MATEEIAL
Of any Country Job Olllco in the State,
and as THE NEW STYLES OF JOB
TYPE ARE PUT
Mr. Edjrir Cherry has improvtd
the town byre covering his business
houses oa 'the North aide of the
Spuare. ; y - fc , '-. .
Miss Aontce Alerdrr 'visited
. Clifton lasteek. We are sorry to
learn that she will return to Texas
soon.. , v ; .'""""....', '
' 1 1 , . at -
Mrs. Alford, Mrs. Sallie Bentoo
and Miss Kettie Hamilton added to
our store af happiness by their prcs
cooe ia oof oS3ce. ,
Mr. C IsHefner left last week (or
SavannabTenu. Mr. and Mra. Hef
ier a social relation with the Harts-
viHe people baa been of the most
p'eau&t character and we wUh them
welL JIal'UvilU Sentinel
. ir.'sfJaTaf n,.
B sn WSM,
' II. Ii. IllS SELL,
Saddles and Harness
constantly on hand.
SAVANNAH, . TENN.
SAVANNAH. . TENN.
no. S. White et als
F.M. White etaJs
In (his cause apon motion of complainants I nAa, y wtfMAM
rnX ii a.arin to M frol lc bill I " - ,
whicB is sworn to, that aeienciants Uiura 1
Whit Annie White, Robert White, Arch
White, and Lily, a daughter of G.W. White,
who is now married bat the name of her hus
band is unknown to the complainants, and
also the unknown husband of aatd Lilly are
non-residents of the State ef Tennessee, so
that the ordinary process of law cannot he
It it therefore ordered by me tnat said de
fendants, Laura White, Annie White, Robert
White. Arch White and said Lilly and her
san husband appear at the next term of the
Chancer Coon for Hardin Covnty, to be
held at the court bouse in aavannan, 1 can
o$be third Monday in October next, it being
the I Oth day of said snoot h, and make de-
tense to said bill or tne same win oe uses
for confessed as to them and this cause set
(nr hearine exDarte. '
ft is also ordered that a copy of this order
hetmbUthed tor foar consecutive-weeks ia
the SAVaXWAH Cocs.itR,a newspaper pub
lished at jAvannaa, 1 enn. 1 Ms sept, j,
1885. J. V. Mcuwt'uu, v i a.
jr. ii ciiEURW
CITY BASBES SHOP.
LE E SMITH, Psoriiito
fTUl do everyAing usually done by a first
class feubcr. Give him a call when in towa
' SAVANNAH, TENNESSEE.
The East House Is well prepared to accommodate the public. It is also
very convenient, being on the South side of the Square.
MRS- II E. AKIN, ,
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
- SAVANNAH, TENNESSEE. .
Wheeler & Wilson Machines and attachments for tho same kept"
constantly on hand.
J. J. WILLIAMS & BROTHER
Have just received
A FINE LOT OF NEW GOODS,
fresh from- theEastern markets. Go and see tliem at
SAVANNAH, . . . . TENN.
ON the MARKET j. . Barlow & Co-
WE WILL BE-
ilSUCH MATERIAL TO OUR ALREADY
auiuuTiuu 1 l ruuuiivu'
Varied Stock as the Wants of
Drugs Medicines Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
BOOKS and STATIONERY,
WATCHES, JEWELKY, Etc.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. ;
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Tobaccos and Cigars. . ..
Kvj vj V3 lW Li LIU UUr
Call on or address
ONE YEAR, $L