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SATURDAY, MAY 7, 18*1
Time of * lowing the Mall. •
Korthern mail. 1:30 and 9 p. a.
Charleston. 1:30 and 9p a.
Port Royal Railroad. 1:30 and 9 p. a.
For all points in Florida, 2 p a.
Jacksonville, St. John's River ana Fernan
dina. 9 p. a. „
Macon and Brunswick Railroa 1 an! Bruns
and Albany Railroad. 2 p. a.
Brunswick. Darien and Do boy. 2 p. a.
All points west of Dupont, on Savannah,
Florida and Western Railroad. 3 p. a.
Western mail, via Central Railroad, 8 a. a.
and 6:30 p. a.
MilledgevUle andEatonton. 6:39 p. a.
Savannah River. Tuesday, 5 P. a.
On Sunday, mail for all points, 12 o clock
(noon).
WEEKLY LETTER SHEET PRI
CES CCRKKNT.
Our Weekly Prices Current, published this
morning, will be issued in letter sheet form
at 10 o’clock.
Business cards of merchants will be inserted
in all orders for twenty-five copies, or more,
without extra charge.
25 copies ft W
50 copies 1 t 5
100 copies 3 00
J. H. Estox, 3 Whitaker street.
The Mo rains New* and the Savin
nab Telephone Exchange.
The ‘Morning Nrws U connected with the
wires of the Savannah Telephone Exchange
This agency can, therefore, be used n sanding
to the Mdasxso Nkws advertisements, orders
for the paper to be sent, news, information of
any kind, and orders for work, at any hour
from 7a. m. to 12 p. m„ free of charge. This
Is a great convenience, and will be appreciated
by the customers of the Morxixg News.
Notice.
To avoid delay all letters and orders should
be addressed to the proprietor, or to the
Morning News, and not to any attache or
employe of the office.
Index t New Advertisement*.
Savannah K rt • Association.
“Satin in S> Jety.”
Prescript!' sat Tatem’s.
Executor' - sale.
Two cos strayed.
Opening of Pfcfenix Saloon.
Salt — D. R. Thomas.
F!y killers—G. M. Heidt & Cos.
Georgia Railroad stock.
Nurse wan'ed.
Brick building for sale.
Low prices at Gutman Bros’.
Notice to pupils of Sherwood’s School.
Cow peas—Holcombe, Grady & Cos.
Steamtug Canoochee for charter.
Three lots for sale.
Notice In admiralty.
Toilet soap—J. R. Haitiwanger A Cos.
Weather Report.
Indications for the South Atlantic States
to-day: Fair weather, variable winds, shift
ing to southerly, stationary barometer and
stationary or higher temperature.
River Report.
The height of the river at Augusta at 1 p.
m. yesterday was eight feet six inches.
Signal Observation*.
Comparative statement of temperature at
Savannah, taken from the Signal Service
records:
1880. 16S1-
7-00 a M •• ! 7:00 a. Jt 4
2:00 p. X. 82 2:00 p. x 79
2:41 P- x 82 2:41 P. M -9
9:<op. M 73 900 p. x
10:44 p. x 71 i 10:00 p. x 70
Maximum 82 Maximum 79
Minimum 66 Minimum 62
Meau temperature Mean temperature
of day 75 0 of day 71.4
Rainfall 0.09 Rainfall O.CO
SIGNAL SERVICE OBSERVATIONS AT 10:41 P. M.
(SAVANNAH MEAN TIME), MAY 6, 1881.
| | -i Wind. £Q |
i a 1 .a?
i— -i: 1! ■ -=l'
Stations. ssj J ='3 Weather
lif £ t t * ■=%
! =i ~ ?ijs_> ai
Atlanta 77 29.11 71 NW 5 .... Fair.
Augusta 30.01 j ;6i( {.... Clear.
Charleston.. 30.01 69 S E 4 .... Clear.
Charlotte 29.9) *8 NW 1 CJear.
Corsicana ... 29.85 70 S E 4 ...Cloudy.
Galveston... 29. 8 r 74 S 11 .... Fair.
Indianola ! -----
Jacksonville. 29.99 69 N E 4 .... Clear.
Key West.... t9.9i 77| N 15 .... Fair.
Montgomery 29 99 71 M— Fair.
Purita Kassa 29 92 ‘73 N El' .18jClear.
Savannah ... 30.* 1 70 S 2 Fair.
Pensacola... 29.98 73 S 6 Clear.
Port Eads . 29.94 71 E 13 .... Clear.
SUNDAY.
Services at the Various Churches.
St, John’s Church, Madison square, Rev.
Charles H. Strong rector. Third Sunday
after Easter. Morning service and sermon
at 11 a. m. Sunday School at 4:30 p. m.
Evening service and prayer at Bp. m. The
Rev. Otis A. Glazebrook, of Macon, will
preach at the morning service and the Rev.
Dr. Hall, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,at the evening.
Evening prayer Wednesday, t 5 p. m.
St. Matthew’s Chapel, corner of Hunting
don and Tattnall streets, Rev. I. B.
Kennard In charge.—Third Sunday after
Easter. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Even
ing service and sermon at 4:30 p. m.
BaDtist Church.—Preaching at 11 a. m.
and Bp. m., bv Rev. L. H. Shuck, D. D., of
Charleston. The Lord’s Supper at the close
of the morning service. Sunday school at
4 p. m.
Trinity Methodist Church, St. James
square, Rev. J. O. Branch pastor.—Preach
ing at 11 a. m. by Rev. W. J. Snively, of
Louisville, Kentucky; at 8 p. m. by Rev.
George G. N. MacDonell. Sunday
school at 4p. m. Prayer meeting Thurs
day night at 8 o’clock.
Wesley Monumental Methodist Church,
comer of Abercorn and Gordon streets,
Rev. G. G. N. MacDonell pastor.—Preach
ing at 11 a. m. by the pastor; at 8 p. m.
by Rev. W. J. Snively, of Kentucky. Sun
day school 4p. m. Sunday School anniver
sary Wednesday, 11th inst, 8 p. m.
First Presbyterian Church. Monterey
square. Rev. D. K. McFarland pastor.—
Preaching at 11 a. m. No evening service.
Sabbath school at 4:30 p. m. bv the pastor.
Stranges and citizens always welcome.
Penfield Mariner’s Bethel, Richard Webb
chaplain.—Preaching at night at 8 o’clock.
Sabbath school at 3:30 p. m. The seats are
all free.
Isle Hope Church, Rev E. Heidt, pastor—
Preaching at 11 a. m. by Rev. W. A. Jones.
The First New Church Society meet in
Metropolitan Hall for worship at 11 o’clock
a. m. Service as usual. Ail are invited.
Tbe Stock Market.
There was an active demand yesterday fer
railroad stocks, and large sales were made.
Central common opened at 146 bid and 147
asked, and closed last evening at 146% bid
and 147 asked. Georgia common opened at
153 bid and 154 asked, and closed at 160 bid
161 asked, and Memphis and Charleston
closed at 70 bid and 72 asked.
A Suspicion* Character.
About quarter past eleven o’ctock last
night Policeman Kelly discovered a negro
prowling around with a bundle of clothing.
He arrested him and carried him to the bar
racks, where he gave his name as Sam Bel
linger. The clothing Is supposed to have
been stolen.
Rumpus in a Barroom.
Last night, about twenty minutes past 11
o’clock, a rumpus occurred In a barroom
on South Broad street, and Policeman Mc-
Dermott arrested Robert Adams and Thomas
Golding. The particulars will be developed
at the investigation in the Police Court to
day. _
A Street Fracas.
Yesterday afternoon about twenty minutes
past one o’clock, Policeman Bender arrested
James Campbell on the charge of being
drunk and assaulting Nellie Campbell in
the street, thereby creating an excitement.
Phoenix Saloon.
It will be seen by notice elsewhere that
the Phoenix saloon, corner of Barnard and
Gordon street lane, will be opened to-day.
Look at Tbls !-•** Satan In Society.”
This eminently popular and important
book, which has had such a large sale at
Nashville, Atlanta, Mobile and other South
ern cities this winter, is new in our city in
the hands of one of the publishers, who
will offer It to our citizens. Let every one
examine It, especially fathers and our young
men of mature years. my7-lt
At KatlU’a To-Day, 2U4 Bull Street.
Savannah Morning News, Savannah
Weekly News, Druggist Circular for May,
Poultry World for May.Rand-McNally’s Rail
road Guide for May, Meesager Frauco-
Americaln, Puck, Chic. Harper’s Illustrated,
Leslie’s Illustrated, Philadelphia Weekly
Times, Christian Herald. New York Daily
Herald, World. Times, Tribune, Bun,
Graphic, Truth, Baltimore Sun, Philadelphia
Times, Boston Herald.
The latest novelty in cigarettes is the
“Opera Puffs.” They will not stick to the
jipg, my7-B,Tu&Thlw
THE MASONIC FAIR.
Cloelng Up—A Presentation—Auc
tioneering, Raffling, Donation*
and Notea.
Exhibition Hail was again thronged with
a goodly crowd last evening, and, although
nearly all the tables are bare, yet there were
many valuable articles raffled off and a large
cumber were sold at auction at fair prices.
An incident of the evening was the presenta
tion of a magnificent Past Master’s
jewel by the ladles of Zerubbabel Lodge
to Mr. Joseph Phillips, Master of Zerub
babel Lodge. The jewel was presented by
Mr. Thomas Ballantyne in a few neat and
appropriate remarks, and was happily
responded to by Mr. Phillips.
RAFFLES.
The following articles were raffled at the
refreshment booth of Solomon’s Lodge :
A sewing machine, tie between D. B. Hall
and H. J. Fear on a thrown of 17.
Eastlake rocker, tie between H. J. Smith
and A. B. Chaplin, on a throw of 16.
Bale of cotton, won by J. W. Hunt.
At Mrs. Hamilton’s table the walnut desk
was won by H. J. Fear; embroidered table
cover by H. J. Fear.
R >man sleeve buttons by Mrs. Marmel
stein.
Onyx and pearl jewelry set, tie between
Miss "Hartridee and Mr. Dieter.
At the Quaker booth the Saratoga trunk
was won by E. Hellwig.
At the fancy table of Zerubb&bel Lodge,
a fine locket by C. H. Paine.
On tbe elegant large doll at the same
table, Emma Sagurs received 864 votes, and
Carrie Schuberg 481 votes.
At the refreshment table there was a tie
on the railroad tickets, between William
Neill and James Maher, on a throw of six
teen. These gentlemen are requested to
come up to-night and decide the tie.
GENERAL NOTES.
The opera cloak at Solomon’s Lodge will
be raffled off at Mr. Hamilton’s jewelry
store at some future time, of which due
notice will be given, all the chances not
having been taken.
The Roman afghan will be raffled this
*v->ninc at nine o’clock at Zerubbabel fancy
table.
Ihe bale of cotton at Zerubbabel Lodge
will be raffled off to-night.
Parties who have tied on different articles
at the Fair are requested to be present to
night and decide the matter.
The Fair will be brought to a close to-night.
This being the closing evening of the Fair,
and as everything on hand will be offered
for sale, a large attendance is expected.
It is estimated that the net receipts of the
Fair will be something over $15,000, a very
handsome sum.
Tbe conductor’s lantern will be disposed
of to-night.
Some sly parties managed during the ex
citement incident to the auction to help
themselves very freely to soda water, and
meanly avoided payißg for It.
DONATIONS.
Solomon’s refreshment table acknow
ledges donation of ham and salad from Mrs.
Lee. Through Thomas Henderson: From
the Ohio Valley Coffin Company, $5.
Matter* and Thing* Laconically
Noted.
The Fair will be brought to a close to
night.
Tbe assessment at the Police Court yester
day was $26.
White Bluff and the Shell road are very
popular drives this charming weather.
A notice of interest to the pupils of Sher
wood’s Dancing Academy appears else
where.
Rev. Geo. W. Stickney, of Charleston, 8.
C., was registered at the Marshall House
yesterday.
The festival and entertainment given last
evening at the old Wesley Church building
was a very pleasant success.
The pump on Lumber street, near Stubbs’
warehouse, is in need of attention. The
proper authorities should look after it.
The damage to the rudder of the steamer
Florida was repaired yesterday, and she
left for Florida at 6 o’clock last evening.
Mr. B. R. Davenport, formerly of this
city but now of St. Louis, is spending a few
davs in Savannah. He is looking remarka
bly well.
Yesterday’s Morning News contained an
announcement that Mr. Platshek was of
fering “lace mi*®, at five cents a pair.” It
should have been 50 cents a pair, and was a
typographical mistake.
Gen. Eli Warren, of Perry, Ga., is spend
ing a few days in this city with his son,
Hon. J. L. Warren. Gen. Warren Is accom
panied by his wife. A few weeks since, as
noticed in the Morning News at the time,
the couple celebrated their fifty-sixth wed
ding day.
Workmen were engaged yesterday in put
tirg down t.he section of the compressed
aspa&ltum pavement, under the direction
of Mr. John Coburn, in front of tbe Ex
change, on the Bay. The pavement is neat
and the many who inspected it seemed to
be well pleased.
The South Carolina Press Association,
recently in session at Beaufort, was ex
pected to stop over to day in this city, but
instead they went direct to Florida. An
excursion had bee* arranged for their bene
fit to Tybee. One also had been tendered
by Mr. Alfred Haywood, President of the
Coast Line Road, to Thunderbolt and Bona
venture.
I. O. G. T.-Installation of Officers.
The Installation of officers of Savannah
Lodge No. 500, 1. O. G. TANARUS., for the ensuing
term, took place at their hall, In Lyons’
Block on Thursday evening, the sth inst.,
the installing officers being D. G. W. C. T.
Robt. H. Giles and P. W. C. T. Randolph
R. Booz, acting as G. W. M.
The lodee is in a prosperous condition,
both financially and numerically, and the
outgoing officers have outstripped all of
their predecessors, and pronounced it as the
banner quarter of tbe lodge since its organi
zation. We are informed that forty-eight
new members were elected during the last
term, and a goodly number are now under
consideration on their first reading.
The following are the newly installed
officers for the ensuing term;
W. C. T.—J. M. Harrison.
W. V. T. —Miss Mary von Eberstine.
W. R. 8 —W. S. Yokum.
W. A. R. B—Miss Emma Harris.
W. F. 8 —W. Kerr.
W. T-—E. F. Cavelier.
W. Chaplain—E. Y. Pollard.
W. M.—D. Nugent.
W. D. M —Mrs. S. Harris.
W. R. H. S —Miss Lula Morgan.
W. L H. B.—Miss Katie Green.
W. I G.—Chas. Honiker.
W. O. G.—John Pahey.
P. W. C. T.—Thos. Mulligan.
Presentation to Prof. OTallette.
Armory Hall was last evening the scene
of a very pleasant event. During the re
hearsal of the comic opera of “Billie Tay
lor,” by the talented company who lately
produced with such marked success the
“Pirates of Penzance,” under the direction
of Prof. Charles S. Mallette, there
was a sudden pause, when the Professor
was called to the front. Mr. T. C. Leutze
then, in a very neat and appropriate speech
in bebalf of the gallant pirates, the brave
policemen and the charming
daughters of General Stanley, pre
sented him a very elegant gold
beaded cane as a token of their esteem and
friendship. The Professor was completely
surprised, but made a fitting reply, in which
he stated he beiieved “their intentions were
well meant,” but he felt rather revengeful
for being thus unexpectedly placed
in such poeition. The affair ended very
happily and the occasion will long be re
membered. The inscription on the head of
the cane is as follows:
To
Pbofessob Charles 8. Maalette,
from tbe
Pirates of Penzance.
May 6th, 1881.
Excursion to Beaufort.
The fast steamer Eliza Hancox will
make an excursion to Beaufort, 8.
C., on Sunday morning, aDd
this offers a very pleasant opportunity to
those of onr citizens who wi6h a little
change of scenery or to enjoy a few hours
at this delightful resort. The Mechanics
Brass Band has been secured for the trip,
and refreshments, at reasonable prices,
will be served. Perfect order
will be preserved, and those who go are
assured by the management that they will
have a pleasant and agreeable time. The
fare for the round trip is reasonable, and
other information of interest may be ob
tained by reference to the advertisement.
The steamer is new, elegant and fast.
A Combat Between Females.
Laat night about quarter to ten o’clock a
lively combat occurred on the street be
tween Julia Green and Anna Lane, colored,
which created some excitement and collect
ed a crowd. Policeman James Allen ap
peared and quelled the rumpus by arresting
Julia, who was the aggressor, and marching
her off to the barracks.
Bed Bags, Roaches.
Rats, mice, ants, flies, vermin, mosqui
toes, Insects, etc., cleared out by “Rough
on Rats.” 15c. boxes at druggists.
White Shirts. Fancy Shirts,
In fine patterns, at LaFar’s. ap23-tf
A well spring of pleasure—a babe In the
house, or—ln a carriage. The nicest lot of
these little vehicles at Allen & Lindsey’s.
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THE EPISCOPAL DIOCESE.
Closing Day of the Convention—Re
port* and Resolution*.
Convention met at 9 a. m. Opened by
prayer from Revs. Messrs. Boone and Davis.
TTie Committee on Constitution and Can
ons reported an amendment to the constitu
tion giving the Bishop’s Church in Atlanta
tbe right to elect three lay delegates to the
convention. Adopted.
Committee on Missions recommended the
following amendment to the tenth section
of the cannon on missions, giving the
Treasurer for missions the right to borrow
money to pay missionaries.
The Committee on Finance reported that
the reports of the Treasurer of the Diocese
was correct, and reported against using for
the present the income of the permanent
fund to pay the salary of the Bishop.
The Committee on the Slate of the
Church submitted a report, which was
adopted with the exception of the first res
olution, which was laid over until the next
convention.
Governor Conley moved an amendment
to canon seventeen, striking out the word
“white” on the third line of the second
clause and substituting “actual,” so that
the canon will read, “The vestry of each
church in union with this con
vention shall pay or cause to be
paid into the hands of the Treasurer of the
Convention, the sum of twenty-five cents
for each actual communicant annually, for
defraying the incidental expenses of the
Convention, which amendment was laid
over for action at the next convention.
The Committee on Unfinished Business
submitted the followimr report:
Your Committee on Unfinished Business
begs leave to report that it has discovered
but three matters that were left over by the
last convention to be disposed of by the
present. The first is the body of Rules of
Order on page 23 of the Journal, which
have already been taken up and adopted
by this convention. The third is a proposi
tion of very vital importance, embracing
questions quite momentous and fundamen
tal. It is found on page 51 of the Journal.
Mr. Davidson offered the following
amendment to the constitution: “No parish
shall be entitled to lay representa
tives in this convention until it
has paid its assessment for the Bishop’s
salary and convention expenses. And when
the certificates of lay delegates are present
ed. the delegates shall not be considered en
titled to seata until it be ascertained that
the parishes which they severally represent
have paid 6atd Bishop’s salary and conven
tion expenses, or until satisfactory reasons
be given to the convention for its failure to
pay.”
The committee claims the privilege of re
commending this suggested amendment to
the prompt and careful consideration of
this convention, as its propositions are
deep-reaching, and touch upon cherished
rights of the several parishes, which may
not be approached “lightly or unadvis
edly.”
Second. A report from Mr. R. S. Bloom
field in reference to the fund for widows
and orphans of deceased clergymen, which
has already been referred to the Finance
Committee.
The report was received as information.
A resolution was adopted instructing the
Secretary to renumber the articles of the
constitution in accordance with the amend
ment adopted.
The committee on the University of the
South submitted a thorough report in refer
ence to its needs and condition; whereupon
the following resolution, offered by Col.
John Screven, was adopted:
Resolved, That the Bishop be requested to
lay before the various parishes the need of
the University of the South, and request
their contributions for this purpose, and to
indicate the proportion which each parish
should contribute.
Rev. Mr. Wingate offered the following,
which was adopted:
Resolved, That the thanks of the conven
tion be tendered to the parish of Christ
Church and members of St. John’s Church,
for the generous and delicate hospitality
with which the members have been enter
tained by them while in their city.
Rev. Mr. Boone offered the following,
which was adopted:
Resolved, That the thanks of this conven
tion are due and hereby tendered to Alfred
Haywood, Esq., Trea;urer of the fund for
the permanent endowment of the Episco
pate of the diocese, for his long, faithful
and successful services as treasurer of this
fund. In parting from Mr. Haywood in
this capacity the coi ■ • nMo. eturns him
hearty thanks and give.- uiin i best wishes.
By Rev. Mr. Pond —
Resdvtd , The form of parochial re
ports be amended so as to call for the
amount contributed to the infirm clergy
men. Adop'ed.
Bv Rev. Mr. W. E. Eppes—
Resolved, That this convention recieves
with profound sorrow the tidings of the
demise of our brother, the late P. Teller
Babbitt, rector of St. John’s Church, Bain
bridge.
Resolved, That bowing submissively to the
will of our Heavenly Father, in thus re
moving one of our fellow servants from
the church below to the church above, we
feel that we have lost a faithful captain,
a learned divine, an humble Christian, in
whose character were blended In unusual
combination the traits of the student, the
teacher and the pastor. “Diligent in busi
ness, ferverent in spirit, seeking the Lord.”
Resolved, That we tender our heartfelt
sympathy to the family of our late dearly
beloved brother in the Lord in this the hour
of their sorrow, lovingly reminding them
that to the children of God there arlseth
light in darkness.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions
be transmitted by the Secretary of this body
to the family of our departed brother.
These resolutions were unanimously
adopted by a rising vote.
Bv Gov. Conley:
Resolved, That one thousand copies of the
journal of the proceedings of this convention
with constitution and canons be published
for the use of the Diocese of Georgia.
Adopted.
Rev. G. W. Strickland, of South Carolina,
was invited to a seat In the convention.
The following was offered by Mr. J. M.
Guerard, and adopted unanimously by a
rising vote:
Whereas, It has pleased the Divine
Head of the church to remove from the
scenes of his usefulness our brother, John
R. Johnson, who so long and faithfully
served not only the church in this diocese,
but that in the United States.
Reserved, That we hail the entrance of
our brother into the Church triumphant as
to him a great gain, we feel in It our loss.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions
be sent by the Secretary to the family of
our brother.
After an eloquent and powerful address
from the Bishop and prayer and benediction
the convention adjourned sine die.
“The Secret* of tlie Wbluky Ring.”
Gen. John McDonald, the author of the
now celebrated book known as the “Secrets
of the Great Whisky Ring," in which he
was one of the head managers, has
been in the city for several days and
will leave to-day. His book
Is exceedingly Interesting, and gives a com
plete history of the whisky frauds, which
culminated in 1875, and is one of the
links which will, 6ome of these
days, assist in furnishing light to the
people of this country concerning
the rascalities which the wire-pullers of the
so-called Republican politicians perpetrated
upon the Northern people whom they
blinded by flaunting in their faces the
“bloody shirt.” In short, the book forms a
part of the history of the epoch of fraud
aud infamy, which begun in 1861 and
which, as Is evidenced by the star route
swindles recently developed, has not yet
ended.
HARNETT HOUSE.
This Favorite Family Hotel, Under
Its New Management, Is Recom
mended for the Excellence of Its
Cuisine, Homelllte Comforts,
Prompt Attention and Moderate
Rates.
ARRIVALS MAY 6.
V Baratta, Georgia: Jos E Horton. Portland;
J C Drake, Birmingham; Wm H Foster, Co
lumbus; G H Haymon, Bryan county; p C
Newton, Montleth, Ga; S B Trask. Hoboken;
Tilman R Gaines, Spartanburg; T P Varley,
Baltimore; O Betteline, Cedar Keys; Abijah
Gilbert, 8t Augustine; C T Abbot, Delta, Oneida
coumy, NY; H A Summers, Pernsburg, Pa;
David Chauncy. Ed T Brewer, Jr, Boston; R
Peckmann, Hardeevilie; A M Alvort, Boston;
TH Leahy, lusculum; Mrs M E Wonnsley,
Boston; L Reiostein. Grahamville: Samuel
Hartley, Baltimore; H Courtney. Boonville, N
Y; W J Harley, Reidsville; J E Eaton, Irving
ham.
Provided the great organs of the body are
not Irreparably Injured, there are few dis
eases that Tutt’s Pills will not cure. They
concentrate the vitality of the system. The
Liver, the Bpleen, the Heart and the Kid
neys are brought into harmonious action
and health, long life and vigor of mind and
body follow their use. The first dose often
astonishes tbe patten 1
Rise and Fall of tbe Confederate
Government.
Through the authority of Mr. George F.
Bolles, General Agent for the Rise and Fall
of the Confederate Government, by the
Hon. Jefferson Davis, Mrs. M. E. Roesignol
will recanvass Savannah. Any one desiring
this most valuable work, If not seen by Mrs.
R„ will call at 228 Bay street, second door
west of Montgomery. my7-lt&Tellt
The People** World-Wide Verdict.
Burnett’s Cocoaine has been sold In every
civilized country, and the public have ren
dered the verdict that It Is the cheapest and
best Hair Dressing In the world.
Burnett’s Flavoring Extracts are Invari
ably acknowledged the purest and the beet.
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Meeting of the Irish Land League.
A large and enthusiastic meeting of Land
Leaguers was held at Mozart Hall last night,
pursuant to call of Branch No. 1.
After the business of the association was
transacted, under the able supervision of
Captain M. J. Doyle, President of the
League, the exercises commenced with a
recitation by D. £. O’Neill, after which Mr.
T. D. Downing,ln an eloquent and able man
ner, introduced the orator of the even
ing, the Rev. Richard J. O’Brien,
who delivered a splendid address on
the Irish question, he eulogized and upheld
the action of the able and fearless leader of
the Land League—Chas. Stewart Parnell—
aud paid a glowing tribute to the patriotism
of the Protestants of Ireland, past and
present, and stated that nothing would give
him greater pleasure than to stand side by
side with ministers of all denominations ad
vocating the cause of liberty and justice.
At the conclusion of the revereud gentle
man’s address subscriptions were handed
in, and many new members joined the
league, several patriotic ladles being among
the number.
The league proposes at a future day to
hold a mass meeting and Invite the partici
pation of all who are friendly to the cause
of liberty.
Rare and Beautiful Novelties for
Spring aud Summer.
This season Mr. H. C. Houston, the well
known and popular milliner, seems deter
mined to excefhis past efforts in presenting
to the feminine public of Savannah and
vicinity, a magnificent assortment of season
able articles for tbe spring and summer.
Mr. Houston has just opened a large and
well selected assortment of beautiful and
elegant laces, straw hats, bonnets and rib
bons, over which his fair customers go into
ecstacies. His line of straws certainly Is
superior in quality and beauty to any
previous displays, and there is such a
variety that every taste may be satisfied.
He has also a very fine stock ,of splendid
hosiery, dress goods, ties, etc., and a full
line of the most fashionable styles in gloves,
including the celebrated Foster, of all
shades and colors. Indeed, we are not sur
prised to see his emporium crowded daily
with ladies, as there are few places as at
tractive and Inviting. We can only sav to
those who have not been and who want
something elegant and appropriate for the
spring and summer to call and see for them
selves. _ ap26 tf
Think Of If,
And act on it. You can buy from us a
good all-wool Cassimere pair of Pants for
|2 75 that no other store can sell you for
less than $4. We have as fine pants or suit
as any merchant tailor can make you, that
you can buy of us for not more than one
half what a tailor will charge you, besides
here you have over five hundred different
styles to pick from, and if the suit or pants
don’t fit you need not take them. If we can
not suit you in style or price then you must
indeed be hard to please. Go to the Famous
New York Clothing House, 140 Congress
street. ap3o tf
Important to Iflolhers.
Mrs. Winslow’s Boothlng Syrup is the
only thing that mothers can rely upon for
their children. It corrects acidity of the
stomach, cures wind colic; regulates the
bowels, and gives rest, health and comfort
to mother and child. During the process
of teething Its value is incalculable. It soft
ens tbe gum 6, reduces inflammation, and
allays all pain, thereby giving rest to the
child and comfort to the mother. Twenty
five cents a bottle.
janlß-Tu,Th&S,w&Tellv
30 Days’ Trial Allowed.
We send Dr. Dye’s celebrated Electro-
Voltaic Belts, and other electric appliances,
on trial for thirty days, to men only, who
are afflicted with nervous debility, lost
vitality, and kindred troubles, guaranteeing
speedy relief and complete restoration of
vigor and manhood. Illustrated pamphlet
free. Address Voltaic Belt Cos.,
ap23 SlOt&wlOt Marshall, Mich.
Like Kb Parent Flower,
Atkinson’s Extract of Violet, the most deli
cate and refined of perfumes, conceals Its
excellence behind Us more widely known
sister —the Extract of White Rose.
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Children’s Mixed Straw Hats.
New lot open to-day, at LaFar’s.
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Twenty-five boxes choice Lemons, for
sale low by Jas. McGrath & Cos.
nov4-Th,B&Tutf
Bargains Indeed,
Not on paper, but bargains in the full
sense of the word, you can only get from a
house that handles an immense amount of
goods and has the facilities. All cry bar
gains, but don’t believe mere assertion. Use
your common sense and judgment, and go
to the Famous New York Clothing House,
tbe leading and only clothing house in Sa
vannah that has the facilities to give you
bargains in Clothing, Hats and other Gents’
Furnishing Goods. 140 Congress street.
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Have you tried the new Cigarettes, "Opera
Puffs?” They will not stick to the lips.
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Collar* and Call*, Fancy Sett*,
All 6izes, now open at LaFar’s. ap23 tf
Twenty-five barrels Cheek & Whitlock
Flour, for sale low by Jas. McGrath & Cos.
nov4-Th,S&Tutf
Beautiful NewScarl*
And Scarf Pins, in variety, at LaFar’s.
ap23 tf
Summer Rate*.
The Marshall House not only excels in
location but in every detail that goes to
make up a first class hotel. The high in
dorsement of Its past reputation, airy and
well ventilated apartments elegantly fur
nished, and excellence of its table, 6how it
Is the leading hotel of Savannah. The aim
of the Manager Is to make new friends and
retain the old ones. Board per diem, $2 00
and $2 50. John Bresnan,
mys-tf Manager.
The latest styles of baby carriages; just
the neatest you ever saw, at Allen & Lind
sey’s. ap6-tf
While and Light Fancy Vests,
In beautiful patterns, at LaFar’s. ap23 tf
Choice Beef Tongues, 50 cents each, at
Jas. McGrath & Co.’s. nov4-Th,B&Tutf
Suits Made to Order. Devlin dc Cos.
Samples at LaFar's. ap23-tf
Mott’s Sparkling Cider, in barrels and
kegs, at Jas. McGrath & Co.’s,
n ov4-Th, B<Tutf
“Baby mine” should have a nice little car
riage. Allen & Lindsey have a fine assort
ment. ap6-tf
Mexican Gras* and Pocket Ham
mocks,
In fancy colors, at LaFar’s. ap23-tf
Mothers, attention ! Rest your weary
arms. Get a baby carriage to roll the baby in
from Allen & Lindsey. ap6-tf
Mott’s Sparkling Cider on draught at
Jas. McGrath & Co.’s. nov4-Th,B&Tutf
Macklnaw.Canton and.Manllla Hats
In all styles, at LaFar’s. ap23-tf
Nainsook and Gauze Underwear
Bhirts and drawers, at LaFar’s. ap23-tf
~ Clot tun g.
Clothing and Hats.
MEN’S CLOTHING.
DRESS or BUSINESS SUITS.
The BEST and CHEAPEST at
B. HEIDI’S.
BOYS’ CLOTHING.
DRESS and SCHOOL BUITB.
Large Stock CHEAP at
B. HEIDT’S.
HATS
For Men and Boys.
in every style for the season.
Light weight and colors. Cheap at
E. HEIDT’S,
139 Congress street,
ap2s-tf Headquarters for Good Clothing.
£oda
SUPERIOR ICE COLD
SODA WATER,
WITH ELEGANT FRUIT SYRUPS, AT
G. M. Heidt & Co.’s Drug Store.
TRY THE EGG NOG SYRUP.
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THE COOLEST AND BEST
SODA WATER,
With the Choicest Fruit Syrups, can be had at
the Famous Resort,
BUTLER’S DRUG EMPORIUM.
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KIESLINC’S NURSERY
WHITE BLUFF BO AO.
PLANTS, ROSES and CUT FLOWERS. AU
orders left at Savannah News Depot, cor
ner Bull and York streets, promptly filled,
tebU-tf GUSTAVS EDEBUNG. PP.
Attention, Savannah Rifle Associa
tion.
Savannah. Ga., May 7, 1881.
A meeting of this AssociatUn will be held at
tbe Schuetzen Park THIS (Saturday) AFTER
NOON at 4 o'clock.
Cars will leave Bolton street at 8:80 p. a.
By order R. H. ANDERSON.
President,
Jno. M. Bryan, Secretary and Treasurer,
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£prrial soUrrs.
Look at the Popular Book,
“SATAN IN SOCIETY,”
When offered. myT-lw
Prescriptions Carefully Prepared,
With pure and fresh Drugs, AND BY MEN
of long experience in the drug business, at
TATKMS Drug Store, corner Whitaker and
Liberty streets. myT It
VIEWS OF PRESBYTERIAN SUN
DAY SCHOOL
Anniversary Celebration
CAN BE OBTAINED ONLY AT
D. J. RYAN'S Art Gallery,
my4-3t 139% Congress street
Notice.
Office Charleston and Savannah R'y Cos., I
Charleston, S. C.. April. 1881. j
To enable visitors to attend the Floral Fair,
to be held in Charleston May 4th, sth and
6th, tickets will be sold from Savannah and all
stations on the line of this railway from MON
DAY, May 2d, to THLRBDAY. May sth, good
to return until SUNDAY. May Bth, inclusive,
for one first-class fare for the round trip.
S. C. BOYLSTON,
ap29 St&Tellt Gen'l Pass, Agent.
Bonaventure.
The “Evergreen Cemetery Company” have
for sale a number of burial lots in Bonaven
ture, which they offer at reasonable prices.
For further information apply to
M. A. COHEN,
Secretary and Treasurer,
Jan26-tf Bay street.
Children’s Fancy Dress
MARCH, HOP & MAY POLE
Under direction of
PROF. J. B. SHERWOOD
Professor Sherwood having kindly volunteered
to give the above pleasing entertain
ment for the benefit of the
Masonic Bazar and Fair,
The same will take place in Exhibition Build
ing (Oglethorpe Barracks) on
TUESDAY EVENING, THE 10th INSTANT,
Commencing at 8 o'clock. Refreshments will
be served during the evening. Admission 25c.
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LEADFKS OF
LOW PRICES!
STILL ANOTHER GREAT REDUCTION.
ATARD WIDE LAWNS 6J4c., worth 10c.
A 8c CALICOES reduced to 6%c.
White, Pink and Salmon FRENCH BUNT
ING 25c.
Just received, another lot of 20-inch SATIN
PARASOLS, with 5-inch Spanish Lace, at $4 50.
18-inch SILK or SATIN PARASOLS, with
Fringe or Lace, at J 4 to.
A large assortment of
JAPANESE PARASOLS.
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Constantly receiving Novelties in
Scarfs, Fichus, Collars,
HOSIERY, GLOVES.
ANOTHER NOVELTY,
EMBROIDERED MULL SASHES.
LADIES’ MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.
A full line, comprising CHEMISES, SKIRTS,
NIGHT GOWNS, DRAWERS and CORSET
COVERS.
SOMETHING NEW!
CHEMISE and SKIRT in one piece.
GUTMAN BROS.
141 BROUGHTON STREET.
my 7 S.Tu&Thtf
coir PEAS.
EOT PEAS.
COI PEAS.
TO ARRIVE.
1,200 Bus. Choice Quality.
THE IVERY BEST VARIETY FOR SEED.
For sale by
Holcombe, Grady & Cos.
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SALT.
Cargoes of Barks TTeuilvvorth,
Sylphiden aud Sarali
Douglass.
FOR SALE BY
33. H. THOMAS.
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FOR CHARTER.
THE STEAMTUG CANOOCHEE
Can be chartered for pleasure parties upon ap
plication to
my7-lm J. P. CHABE, Agent.
MARE M MISTAKE!
BUY that which has proven to be the Best
Rat and Roach Exterminator, made by
G. M. HEIDT & CO., and that Fly Killer , cost
ing but five cents a sheet and kills quarts of
flies. my7-tf
PHCENIX SALOON.
THE above named Saloon, situated on comer
Barnard and Gordon street lane, will be
open THIS EVENING at 6 o’clock for the re
ception of my friends and the public gener
allVT The beet of WINES, ALES, BEER,
UQUORSaad CIGARS on hand.
my7-lt DICK POLLARD.
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GEORGIA RAILROAD.
THE Road has been leased to Colonel Wm.
M. Wadley and his associates Tor ninety
nine years, at Fifty Thousand Dollars per
month, which is over 11 per cent, per annum
to the stockholders, including the bank’s earn
ings, as compared with last year. This is alter
paying the interest on all the bonds.
The Bondholders only wish their interest
when it falls due. We can extend them at 5
per cent, and increase the stock dividends 12
per cent. We cannot now pay the bonds as
they are not due.
They have guaranteed the lease by a deposit
of one million of bonis, and they can easily
make the money, because the last year’s earn
ings. including betterments, was fully this;
and they make more money on connecting and
competing roads by this lease that they now
own.
The stock is non-taxable, and is a good in
vestment at 220, as it will pay exactly 5 per
cent, per annum on this. Multiply 220 by 5
and you get 11. 1 think the Directors will
divide not less than 11 per cent, per annum,
and pay that quarterly.
If you take the entire income from the lease
and pay the bonded debt, which is about two
and a half million of dollars, including en
dorsements, it will take less than four years to
do this, and then you will get 15 per cent, per
annum for 95years on the stock; then the stock
will sell at three hundred dollars per share.
The stock Is cheap at two hundred and
twenty. The sooner investors realize this the
better. Why not sell your Georgia and other
Bonds and buy this stock? Respectfully,
J, H. JAMES.
Atlanta, Ga., May 2,1681. my7-lt
Notice to Pupils of Sherwood’s
Dancing School.
ALL misses and masters who have taken
lessons at any time during the season in
regular or german classes are respectfully in
vited to visit the hall THIS AFTERNOON, Sat
urday, May 7th, at 5 o’clock, and ate also in
vited to attend in fancy costume a fancy dress
soiree to be given by Prof Sherwood at the
Masonic Fair on TUEBDAY EVENING, May
10th, at 8 o’clock. my7-lt
NOTICE IN ADMIRALTY.
XTNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Southern
J District of Georgia. In Admiralty.
Whereas, a libel in rem has been filed on the
6th day of May instant, in the District Court
of the United States for the Southern District
of Georgia, by HENRY F. WILLINK
agaicst the bark “LUZIA,” now ly
ing in Savannah, in the said district,
and against all persons lawfully intervening
for their interests therein, in a cause of con
tract, civil and maritime, for reasons and
causes in the said libel mentioned, and pray
ing the usual process and monition in that be
half to be made; and that all persons claiming
any interest therein may be cited to appear
and answer the premises; and that the said
bark “LUZIA’’ may be condemned and sold
to pay the demands of the libellant.
And whereas, a warrant of arrest has been
issued on the said 6th day of May, under the
seal of the said court, commanding me to attach
the said bark “LUZIA," and to give due notice
to all persons claiming the same to appear and
answer, and make claim thereto.
Now, therefore, I do hereby give public no
tice to all persons claiming the said bark
“LUZIA,” or in any manner inter
ested therein, that they be and appear at
the Clerk’s office of the District Court of the
United States for the Southern District of
Georgia, in the city of Savannah, on MON
DAY. the 23d day of May next, A. D. 1831, at
10 o’clock in the forenoon of that day, then
and there to interpose their claims, and to
make their allegations in that behalf.
Dated at Savannah, Ga., this 6th day of
May, A. D. 1881.
O. P. FITZSIMONS,
United States Marshal, District of Georgia.
CHISHOLM & ERWIN, Proctors for Libel
lant. my7,17&23
Ifwlrg, &c.
MarostiewelrFfloßse
SOUTH OF NEW YORK IS
HAMILTON’S,
Where can be found the MOST VARIED
STOCK in this line on sale in any city
North, South, East or West.
A MOST MAGNIFICENT AND UNSURPASSED
ASSORTMENT
Jewelry, Watches,
DIAMONDS,
SILVERWARE,
BKONZES, CLOCKS,
FmcMJapeseMties
OPERA GLASSES, ETC.
Strangers in the city should visit this well
known and extensive Jewelry Establishment,
COR. OF BULL AND BROUGHTON STS.
S.P. HAMILTON.
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EXHIBITION BUILDING
AT AUCTION.
ejpHE building erected for tne Masonic Bazar
and Fair, in Oglethorpe Barracks, contain
ing about 75,0C0 feet of rough boards and
scantling, 15,000 feet planed flooring, and 155
squares felt roofing, will be sold at auction (if
not previously disposed of) on WEDNESDAY,
the 11th inst., at 12 o’clock. The sale to take
place in the building. mys-td
Most Desirable New England Home.
Well Furnished; For Sale or to
Least; Very Low Price—
Easy Term*;
Unsurpassed Educational Advant
ages and Excellent Society.
LOCATED on the boundary line of one of the
most beautiful and desirable of New Eng
land cities, thus affording the combined ad
vantages of a city and country residence. Ele
vated situation with beautiful views. Large
Mansion, with Outbuildings, fine Grapery;
acres; Lawn, Ornamental Trees and Shrubs,
etc., etc. The place cost over $40,000 prior to
the panic of 1873. Will be sold for less than
three-fourths the cost, or leased furnished to a
desirable family, 1 to 3 years, at moderate
rental. No more desirable residence or loca
tion in the country. Address “MANSION,”
care of Post Office Box M, Station D, New
York city, and give particulars of family, if de
siring to lease only. my6-3t
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D
W.A.G-IN'BiEVS
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Opposite FulMkl IHN<
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Shingle Machines.
WE are prepared to furnish LOWE *
EVARTS' Patent Celebrated SHINGLE
MACHINES, cutting from 12,000 to 100,000
shingles per day at manufacturer’s prices. For
illustrated catalogue write
BECK, GREGG & CO.,
General Southern Agents.
ap29-3m Atlanta, Ga.
gianog.
There’s Ltf i in t e 011 Land Yet
KNABE PIANOS
AT THT
MASONIC FAIR.
Tremendous Excitement to Secure
the Prize.
WE congratulate the lucky winner of the
KNABE PLANO. The instrument is a
perfect gem. For sympathetic, pure and rich
tone, combined with the greatest Singing and
Tone carrying capacity, all Knabe Pianos are
unexcelled. Their lasting, durable qualities
are ÜBrivaled, as the "Knabe" in the screven
House parlor gives the most convincing proof.
To those who were disappointed In securing
the great prize we beg to say that we still have
a few " Knabes ” left, and, although we cannot
sell them at “one dollar” apiece, we will make
Special Wholesale Rates lor the
Next Thirty Days.
Knabe & Cos. are Southern manufacturers
par excellence, of nearly nfty years existence,
and their instruments are specially adapted
for the Southern climate. It is only last week
we shipped another fine Knabe to an old resi
dent ot Macon, -who remembered both makers
and their agent “in the days of Auld Lang
Syne.”
All who want a first-class, honestly made and
durable instrument, which will not get “fin
pan v” with few years use, but retains its origi
nal sweetness, at Special Wholesale Rates,
call at once at
SCHREINER’S MUSIC HOUSE
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SSUUttwra <£oatls.
OITTISGCOTTON
Dexter’s Knitting; Cotton.
Cardinal.
Seal Brown.
Navy and Light Blue.
Mixed.
Red and White.
EMBROIDERED LICE CAPS
For Infants and Children.
White Merino Sacks
Embroidered in White and Blue Silk.
CROCHETED SACKS
In Strawberry Stitch Latest styles in
HATS AND BONNETS
For Ladles and Children, in all the newest
shapes.
STAMPING TO ORDER
At 168 BROUGHTON STREET.
MRS. POWER.
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LEMONS:
LEMONS.
LEMONS.
LEMONS.
HEADQUARTERS AS USUAL.
ITALIAN FLAG PEANUTS.
ITALIAN FLAG PEANUTS.
ITALIAN FLAG PEANUTS.
Peanut Dealers Everywhere Use No
Other Brand of H. I*. Peanuts.
LIME JUICE,
LIME JUICE,
IS A GOOD SUMMER DRINK
DRY VERZENAY.
DRY VERZENAY.
DRY VERZENAY.
DeVENOGE’S DRY VERZENAY CHAM
PAGNE is the purest and best Champagne sold
in this country. I import it direct and guaran
tee it.
FLORIDA ORANGES.
FLORIDA ORANGES.
FLORIDA ORANGES.
RED BANANAS.
COCO AN UTS.
DES S IC ATKD COCOANUT .
FANCY GROCERIES.
J. B. REEDY,
Grocer and Importer, corner Bay and Whita
ker. my2-tf
|Uattk §oolls.
3,000
QniresßonMßM Books,
DAY BOOKS, CASH BOOKS,
Journals, Records&Ledgers
From 2 to 10 quires to the book, at 15 cents
per quire.
DAYIS BROS. & CO.,
STATIONERS,
my6-tf BULL AND YORK STB,
KNICKERBOCKER ICE CO.
DEPOT 144 BAY STREET.
ICE furnished for all purposes and in any
quantity from a car load to a daily family
supply.
This is the only company bringing Kennebec
Ice to this market.
Orders by Mail, Telephone or Telegraph
promptly attended to. ap2B-6m
gntflg, Pfaitinfg, .
DB UG NTOKE
Jolinson tto 00.
RESPECTFULLY announce that having re
ceived a full and fresh assortment of
goods in their line, they are now prepared to
serve customers satisfactorily.
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
PATENT MEDICINES, SOAPS. PERFUMERY,
COLOGNES, TOILET ARTICLES, etc., at rea
sonable prices. An absolutely pure BakiDg
Powder at 50 cents a pound.
JOHNSON & CO..
Corner Broughton and Habersham sts.
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ffipars.
The Last ot the Assignment
—OF—
SEIDENBERG’S
Key West Havana Cigars.
OPERA REIN A GOLFO $6 50
CABALLEROS GOLFO 7 50
S. SOLO M O NT,
my2-lm Aeent, Marshall House Block.
NOTICE.
I HAVE THIS DAY sold to Captain J. F.
TORRENT all right, title and claim to
steamtug CANNOOCHEE.
April 22d, 1881.
mys 3t GEO. LYM AN APPLETON. ~
MINERAL WATERS.
APOLLINARIS, Vichy. Funyadi Janos,
Rakoczy Bitter, FriedricbshaU Bitter,
H&thorn and Congress, Buffalo Lithia, Excel
sior Spring Water, on draught, at
STRONG’S DRUG STORE,
ap2B tf Cor. Bull and Perry street lane.
COLDEN’S LIEBIG’S BEEF AND
LIEBIG’S COCA BEEF TONIC,
Two splendid Preparations. For sale by
GJA'HEIDT &C 0„ Druggists.
gwrtimi Salts jftttutt gaga.
EXECUTOR’S Sale!
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
BY J. -TicLAI'GHLIN Sc SON.
On TUESDAY, the 7th day of June, 1881 be
fore the Court House, in the city of Savan
nah, Ga., between the legal hours of sale,
we will sell at auction, in accordance with
the powers vested in us as executors by the
provisions of the will of the deceased Wil
liam McLaughlin, „
That divided lot known on the map as the
eastern half of lot No. 14 Trustee’s Garden,
having a frontage of 37}$ feet on Randolph
street, with an average depth of 131 feet, to
gether with the improvements, consisting of a
very substantially and newly erected house,
with comfortable outhouse attached.
Terms cash: purt baser* pay for titles.
J. J. Me Jtv HON,
PETER KELLY,
my7,10,17,28Aje7 Executors.
SOUTHERN
Farmer’s Monthly
FOR MAY, 1881.
CONTENTS:
AGRICULTURAL—
Work for the Month; Grasses for the South—
Johnson, Guinea, Para; Rice Culture in the
Southwest; Coal Ashes for Fertilizing; Farm
Notes
HORTICULTURAL—
The Scuppernong Grape; The Russian Mul
berry; The Mexican Persimmon (Diospyros
Texana); The Soudan Grape; The Yuccas of
the Southwest; Analysis of Vines: Straw
Basket; Propagation by Piping; What Kills
Fr-.it Trees
STOCK, POULTRY, Etc.—
Cotswold Sheep (see Frontispiece); How to
Keep Fowls: Shetland Ponies; Do Fish
Flourish in Water Containing Lime? Regu
larity in Feeding Stock; About Horses; De
von Cattle; Mammoth Bronze Turkeys;
Worms in Pigs; Game Fowl, The Strychnine;
Sheep Raising, Starting Right; Management
of a Colt; Curing Balky Horses: Shropshire
Down*.
HOUSEHOLD—
• A Pocket Dictionary (Poetry); Some Things
You Should Know; Good Pressed Beef;
Apple Jam; A Darning Basket; Coral Basket;
Scrub Broom; Centrifugal Cream Raising;
Fan Painting on Silk and Skin.
CORRESPON DENOE—
Georgia State Agricultural Bociety; New and
Desirat le Grapes; A Ramble Among the
Grapevines; Artichokes; South Florida;
Work for the Month; The Cost of Hauling
Fruit to Market; Will Farming Pay? Practi
cal Hints in Raising Poultry; Cultivate
Flowers; Sheep Husbandry in the South;
Woman; Grandpa’s Soliloquy (Poetry).
SCIENTIFIC—
Spinal Irritation; The Value of Sunlight;
How to Keep Healthy; Scientific Men; A
Large Gold Brick.
ARCHITECTURAL—
Suburban Cottage; Two-Story Cottage.
EDITORIAL—
Valuable Catalogues; Planters’ Journal;
Grafting from Bearing and Non-Bearing
Trees; Georgia State Agricultural Society;
Start Right; Cold Weather Not Favorable to
Health: Vegetation Retains Nitric Acid in
the Soil; Rice Culture; Health; Velocipede
for Railroads; Punctuation in Music; Seed
Catalogue; Free Trade; “Applied Science,”
etc.
FASHIONS—
Evening Toilet; Montague Jacket; Summer
Underwear; Ladies’Street Costumes: Pearl
Trimmings; Alexandra Toilet; Embroidered
Scarfs; The “Cramm” Zephyr Ginghams;
Celestine Walking Skirt; Violets and Prim
roses.
MISCELLANEOUS—
Belisarius (Poetry); Honestv; Cui Bono; The
Menominee Iron Mines; A New Projectile; A
Fearful Visitor; Introspection (Poetry); How
to Preserve a Carriage; Another Triumph;
American Horse Shoe.
Subscription $2 00 a year. Single copies 25
cents. For sale at the News Depots and at the
office of publication, 3 Whitaker street.
J. H. ESTILL,
ap27-Ot&wlt Proprietor.
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Only Nora Heartley.
MORNING MS SERIALS
A New Story by a Popular Author.
Only Nora Heartley
BY MR3. OPHELIA NIBBET REID,
Author of “My Mother’s Daughter,” “Mrs.
Dare,” “Muffit,” etc.
Tbe Savanna]] Weekly Slews
Of SATURDAY, MAY 14,
Will contain the opening chapters of a charm
ing story of absorbing interest, entitled, “ONLY
NORA HEARTLEY,” from the gifted pen of
Mrs. Ophelia Nisret Reid, of Eatonton, Ga.
The previous contributions of this talented
lady to bur series of stories his made her so
widely known and so great a favorite with our
reading public that commendation from us of
her forthcoming romance is unnecessary.
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NOTICE IN ADMIRALTY.
UNITED STATES OS' AMERICA. Southern
District of Georgia, Eastern Division. In
Admiralty.
Whereas, a libel in rem has been filed on the
22d day of April instant, in the District Court
of the United Mates for the Southern District
of Georgia, by RICHARDS & POWER, against
the pilot boat “MARY ODELL,” No. 8, her
tackle, apparel and fiirniture, now lying at Sa
vannah, in the said District, and against all
persons lawfully intervening for their interests
therein, in a cause of collision, civil and mari
time, for reasons and causes in the said libel
mentioned, and praying the usual process and
monition in that behalf to be made; and that
all persons claiming any interest therein may
be cited to appear and answer the premises;
and that the said pilot boat “MARY ODELL,”
No. 8, her tackle, apparel, etc., may be con
demned and sold to pay the demands of the
libellants.
And whereas, a warrant of arrest has been
issued on the said 22d day of April under the
seal of the said court, commanding me to at
tach the said pilot boat No.B. “MARY ODELL,”
her tackle, apparel and furniture, and to give
due notice to all persons claiming the same, to
appear and answer, and make claim thereto.
Now, therefore, I do hereby give public no
tice to all persons claiming the sai i pilot boat
“MARY ODELL,” No. 8, her tackle, apparel,
and furniture, or in any manner interested
therein, that they be and appear at the Clerk s
office of the District Court of the United States
for the Southern District of Georgia, in the
citv of Savannah, on TUESDAY, the 10th day
of May next, A. D. 1881, at 10 o’clock in the
forenoon of that day, then and there to inter
pose their claims, and to make their allega
tions in that behalf.
Dated at Savannah, Ga., this 22d day of
April, A. D. 1881*
O. P. FITZSIMONS,
United States Marshal, District of Georgia.
H. C. CUNNINGHAM, Proctor for Libellants.
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IN CHATHAM SUPERIOR COURT, March
Term, 1881.
W T OLF BARNETT, executor, et al., com
plainants, and THE IMPORTING AND EX
PORTING COMPANY OF THE STATE OF
GEORGIA et al, defendants. In Equity.
CITATION.
To the Importing and Exporting Company of
the State of Georgia:
The above named corporation is hereby re
quired to be and appear at the next, the June,
1881, Term of the Superior Court of Chatham
county, Ga.. to be held at Savannah on the
FIRST MONDAY IN JUNE NEXT, to answer a
petition and bill in equity praying for the
dissolution of said corporation, for the for
feiture of its charter, and for the appointment
of a Receiver, in which petition and bill in
equity the said corporation is a party defend
ant.
Witness my official signature and
I I the seal of said Superior Court, this
i SEAI ~ (twenty second day of April, 1881.
—JAMES K P. CARR,
Deputy Clerk S. C. C. C.. Ga.
HENRY R. JACKSON,
CHISHOLM & ERWIN,
ap23-S3t Petitioners Solicitors.
Alitrtacirs.
DIAMOND SPECTACUES.
THESE SDectacleg are manufactured from
“MINUTE CRYSTAL PEBBLEB” melted
together, and are called DIAMOND on account
of their hardness and brilliancy.
Having been tested with the polariscope, the
diamond lenses have been found to admit fif
teen per cent, less heated rays than any other
pebble. They are ground with great scientific
accuracy, are free from chromatic aberra
tions, and produce a brightness and distinctness
of vision not before attained in spectacles.
Manufactured by the Spencer Optical Manu
facturing Company, New York.
For sale by responsible agents in every city
in the Union. S. P. HAMILTON, Jeweler and
Optician, is Sole Agent for Savannah, Ga., from
whom they can only be obtained. No peddlers
employed. Do not buy a pair unless you see
the trade mars CELLULOID EYE
GLASSES a specialty. mhlH-Tu.Th.S&wlv
tot Charter .
FOR BREMEN.
fjpHE first-class American bark
H. U ROUTH,
J. S. Young, Master,
having the larger portion of her cargo en
gaged. will have quick dispatch as above.
For further freight engagements apply to
apls-U HOLST & CO,
• Shipping
Ociai Sltaßi Cun
CABIN
EXCURSION.'.
BTEERAGE . ...7.7..'"/. *
THE magnificent steamships of thi , p
are appointed to saii as foll 'w7 Coai^
CITY OF JI SCO'S, Capta n J,’,-
URDAY, May 7th. &?£VcO?*****.
® K , f*T y ’ Captain Dago so-;
DAY, May 18, at 10:00 a. m. ’
Through bills of lading given r
Northwestern points and to po r " bid
Kingdom and the Continent ’ the U^
For freight or passage applv to
Q - M - SOftREl,
—— City Exchange ife
OCEAN STEAMSHIP cT-P
Philadelphia iSavannali ii !(i
Leaving Fach Port I.very Satorfy
Through bills lading given to all r .r„v, *
and West, also to Liverpo, li n ....7L\ tu t
Amerhan Line, and to Antwerp by "w "
THE FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP
BEKHAN LIYINO.STOV
Captain HOWE. *’>
WILL leave Savannah on SATl’Rrov
May 7,1881. at 12 o’clock * U AY '
For freight apply to
"“"“a
Merchants’ and Miners' Trans.
portatioH Company.
FOR BALTIMORE.
second cabin
excursion • "'7'."7'7i“
The steamships of the Merchants and SPneri
Transportation Company are appointed touU
as follows:
S ARA GOSSA
Captain T. A. HOOPER, ’
SATURDAY, May 7th, at 1 00p *
GEO. APP OLD
Captain W LOVEI AN’D,
THURSDAY, Slay 12, at 5 p. *.
Through bills lading given to til point* Wtg
all the manufacturing towns in New h:,W
and to Liverpool and Bremen. Through vJ.
senger tickets issued to Picon ;r~ CindimiS
Chicago and all points Wot t an i Nanhvest 1
JAS. B. WEST * CO., Aget.a,’
my2-tf t M hav
FOR BOSTON DIIfECT.
CABIN PASSAGE fig oo
STEERAGE PASSAGE 10 00
Beaten and Savannah Steamship List,
IKS
If
SEMINOLE,
Captain H. K. HALLETT.
WEDNESDAY, Slay It, at 5 p. x.
'TMJROUGH bills of lading given to Net
J. England maaufactnnr.g cities. Alto, to
Liverpool by the Cirnard, Warren and Levl&nd
lines
The ships of thla line connect at thelt whirl
with ah railroads leading out of Boston
RICHARDBON & BARNARD, Agent*,
F. NICKERSON & 00., Agents, Boston.
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APRIL, 1881.
Now Daily, Except Sunday.
Sea Is'and Route to Jacksonville
AND ALL OTHER POINTS IN FLORIDA.
A DELIGHTFUL sail through a strictly in
land watercourse, insuring a full night)
rest and good meals at regular hours.
PALACE STEAMERS
FLORIDA, |CITV OF BRIDGETO) |
Leaves Savannah every Leaves Savannah every j
Monriav. Wednesday, Tuesday. Thursday
and Friday at 4p. u. and Saturday at >* '
Connecting at Fernandina wir’\-
STEIHBOAT EXPRESS THAI.
Via the new Fernandina and Jacksonville Rail
road Only 70 minutes by rail. Close connec
tion made at Jacksonville with steamers fa
all points on St. John’s and Ocklawaha rivers
Connection also made &i F’eman.unawith the
Transit Railroad for Waldo. Silver Spring.
Orange Lake. Ocala, Gainesville and Cedar
Key, thence by steamer to Tarn pa, Manatee.
Key West, Havana, Pensacola aaJ Me* Op
leans.
Steamer DAVID CLARK will leave Savai
nah every MONDAY and THURSDAY for
Doboy, Darien and Brunswick, calling at ai
way landings. Connection made at Eruntwici
with Brunswick and Albany Railroad.
For tickets and staterooms, apply to LEVI
A ALDEN’B Tourist Office, corner Bull&M
Bryan streets.
J. N. HARRIMAN, Manager,
WM. F. BA Kit V, Gen. Agent.
GUSTAVE LEVE. Q. P. A. ap7-ti_
CUiON LINE,
UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS,
FOR QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL
Leaving Pier 88 N. R.. foot of King at.
ARIZONA Tuesdav, May 10. 2:3oat
WISCONSIN Tuesday, May 17. S:00j. l
NEVADA Tuesday, May 24, 2:30 p. a
ABYSSINIA Tuesday, May 31, 7:3oa*.
WYOMING Tuesday, Juke 7, 1:00 p. *
These steamers are built of iron, in water
tight compartments, and are furnished wnt
every requisite to make the passage across t*
Atlantic both safe and agreeable, having Sat.
room, Smoking-room, Drawing-room, Ptam
and Library; also, experienced Surgeon, Stev
ardees and Caterer on each steamer. TheStsa
rooms are all upper deck, thus insuring too*
greatest of all luxuries at sea, perfect ven un-
Son and light. „ ,
Cabin Passage (according to State room), y’j
SBO and $100; Intermediate, $10; Steerage at lo*
ootot So. !9
ONLY DIKECT LINE TO FRANCE
General Transatlantic Cc.
BETWEEN New York and Havre, froraPf*
No. 42 N.R., foot of Morton street. W*
era by this line avoid both transit by tnguA
railway and the discomfort of crossing
Channel in a small boat. T ym
FRANCE, Tku-delle, WEDNESDAY,
Fbaxgckl, WEDNESDAY Mi
IS PEReTrE, Dr.LAtLA.NE, WEDNESDAY, 3W
PRICE OF PASSAGE (including wine).
TO HAVRE-FiratCabin? 100 and _
ond Cabin S6O; Steerage s2o, including
bedding and utensils. . Pir a,
Checks drawn on Credit Lyonnais, o
in amounts to suit. . „
LOUIS DE BEBIAN, Agent, o Bowling brew
foot of Broadway, N. Y., o..onc*
or WILDER & CO., Agents for Savanna
angll-H Tu*Thl2m -
recularljne.
The sSmer'centen^i ßl '
W. C. ULMO, Master, T
WILL leave Savannah EVERY Tl n
AFTERNOON, to suit the tide, i .p
CATHARINE’S, DOBOV. L-MON
DAIUKN. and landings on SATILL^ A)
Freight transferred at Darien ’£ m s {- l gEJ
Cumberland for ALTAMAHA,
and OCONEE El''™ i - nTTinW oM A V,
Agent at Darien, C. p A rHA'F.Age'i.
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For Augusta and Way Landings
ON SAVANNAH RIVER*
7—31 a >
r jI, v -
Steamer Oarria
Capt. GIBSON, rpvnOS
WILL leave every TUESDAY A FTK
at 5 o’clock for Augusta andj eite a
ines on Savaunah river. No rre W}“ hv sjilp
after 4 o’clock. All frejgMs P^r-tS&I.
Agent pro tem^
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