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TH£RSOAY^jn/nM^l^ Time of * loelos the Mall. Northern mail. 2:00 and 9 F. M. Charleston, 2:00 and 9 P. *- Port Royal Railroad. 2F. *. For all points in Florida, 1* ■ Jacksonville, Bt. John's River and Fern an dina. 9p, m. _ Macon and Brunswick Railroad 9 f. m. Brunswick and Alb any Railroad, 12 n. S , T. & W. R. R . 12 *. Brunswick, Darien and Doboy, 9 p. x. All points west of Dupont, on Savannah, Florida and Western Railroad. S F.. Western mail, via Central Railroad, 8 a. h. and 6:10 P *. Milledrevilte and Eatonton. 6:33 p. u Savannah River, Tuesday, 5 p. m. On Sunday, mail for all points, 12 o'clock noon). t The moraine Ntwi and the Sevan nab Telephone Exchange. The Moaxixo Nsws is connected with the wires of the Savannah Telephone Exchange. This agency can. therefore, be used n sending to the Jfonsnto Raws advertisement*, orders for the paper to be sent, news, information of any kind, ami orders for work, at any hour from 7a.m.to U p m., fne of charge. This ta a great convenience, and will be appreciated by the customers of the Slonstite Raws. ♦ • • To Those Leaving Town. Persons leaviog the city during the summer can have the Mokm.no News forwarded to their address for any time and to any place at the rate of $1 per month. Subscribers can have the address of their pspers changed at any time. tf Index to New Advertisements. Catholic Knights of America. Notice concerning skates. Southern Musical Journal. Teas—A. M. *C. W. West. Drawing of Little Habana. Molasses —A Minis & Sons. SSOO wanted to borrow. . Board In New York city. Colored woman wanted. Coast L'ne RiProad schedule. Congress Hall R s'auraut. Situation wanted in a drug store. Cooper wanted. Weather Kepon. Indication! for the Boutb Atlant'c States to-day : Fair weather, southerly winds, sta tionary barometer and temperature. ttlver Report. The height of the river at Augusta at 1:41 o’clock p. m. yesterday was four feet ten inches, a rise of two inches during the pre ceding twenty-four hours. Signal Observations. Comparative statement of temperature at Bavannah, taken from the Signal Service records: 1880 i 1881. 6:14 A- X 83. 6-.44A. X. 84 10:44 A.X 89 10:44 A. x 89 2:14 F. X 94 2:44 P. X 93 10:44 F. X 84 10:44 P. X 84 Maximum 94 Maximum 93 Minimum 77 Minimum ... 27 Mean temperature Mean temperature of day. 86.3 of day 88.8 Rainfall 0.60 Rainfall 0 00 BIOSAL SERVICE OBSERVATIONS AT 10:11 F. X. (SAVANNAH MEAN TIME), JULY 13, 1881. j.| Wind. ( *J; C ' * ii £ i i S * . : c§ Stations. ® S o o £• =“ Wsatbkr 32gl Sf &i\ ® -as s • 3-“ 3 .pj B > *x i Atlanta 3)05 jBS|B E 1 Fair. Augusta 30.05 S| 8 2 .... Fair. Charleston.. 30.08 S3 81V 12 ...-. Clear. Charlotte ... 30. CS 88 RE 5 Fair. Corsicana ... 30.00 BTi. I .... Clear. Galveston ... 29.99 85 SW 12 .... Fair. Indianola.... 30.01 83 8 7 ... Fair. Jacksonville 30 09 81‘ 8 | 6, [Fair. Key West.... 30.14 80 RF 12 .20 Tb storm. Port Eads... 30.04 81 8 W 6 .02;Cloudy. Montgomery 30. ;81 S 2 .... Fair. Puntaßassa. 30.19 78 E 7 . |Fair. Savannah... 30.08 84 SW 8 .... Fair Pensacola... 30.02 79 W 2| [.... ITureatng The Chatham Artillery. The Washington, D. C., Army anl Navy Herald says : "The venerable Chatham Ar tillery of Savannah, with one exception the oldest military organization in the United States, will attend the Yorktown Centen nial, where they will be a centre of attrac tion, as they will have with them the cannon presented to them by General Washington- The first public service performed by this ancient corps was the burial of General Nathaniel Greene, at Savannah. The Chat hams have a large company fund, besides their own well filled purses, and will make a fine display at Yorktown.” “Georgia,” says the Army and Nary Regu lar,of Washington,“will be well represented at the Yorktown Centennial by the ancient Chatham Artillery, of Savannah, the second oldest military corps in the country, lliey have two guns presented by Washington, which they will man at the Centennial, where they will parade in their very best style and create a marked sensation.” Railroad blatters —Teatlng the Alr- Brahe. We learn that a party of Central Railroad and Savannah, Florida and Western Railway officials,on Tuesday evening male a short trip over the latter road with a locomotive tor the purpose of testing the American Vacuum Brake. The party consisted of Cos!. Wm. M. Wadley, President, Captain W. G. Raoul, Vice President, and Colonel Wm. Rogers,Superintendent,of the Central; and Messrs. Felix Prendergast, Master Ma chinist, J. 8. Tlsod, Master of T ansporta tion, Captain P. N. Rayna), Fore in *n. The test was highly satisfactory, and the party were well pleased wi'h theirexp-riei ce. It ts stated that this brake costs only about half that of the other kii da used. The expense of operating the vacu um brake is trifling in comparison with others. This brake is used by the New York Elevated Railway and by many other railroads North. First Anniversary. The “Pride of the Forest City," colore J, held their first anniversary at Chatham Hall, on Tuesday night, which was a credit able affair. There were present the leading colored people of Savannah, including offi cers of the colored Odd Fellow Lodges, and several speeches were delivered. Joseph L Davis", of Myrtle Lodge, and M. 8. Wilkins, of Armour Lodge, and Ah Kinder N. Collier, of Armenia, made addresses In behalf of the society. A. P. Clark, the President, delivered the annual address. The following officers were installed: President—A. P. Clark. Vice President—D. E. Blake. Recording Secretary —A. Williams. Finaighal Secretary—D. A. Small. Treasurer—G. P. Mangram. Accident. Yesterday morning a son of Mr. J. A. Mercier, aged about 11 years, while playing on the upper stairway in his father’s resi dence, on Harris street, lost his hold on the railing and was precipitated to the first fl x>r. He struck on his left arm, slightly disloca ting his wrist, but sustained no serious in jury. The accident created considerable excitement in the house, and a report was current in the neighborhood that the little fellow was fatally Injured. Fortunately, such was not the case, and the physician who was summoned to attend him pro nounced that he would be all right in a short time, and, sure enough, during the after noon, the little fellow was cut among his playmates with Lis arm in a cling. Intense Competition. There is an immense competition among the various claimants of the honor and prise for the discovery of the great comet. L;tr ters and telegrams from every part of America come pouring in to Mr. H. H. Warner, proprietor of the well-known Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, and founder of Warner’s Observatory, Rochester, N. Y. New applicants are coming forward each dav and it seems likely that the test will be a severe one, and require most careful de cision. _ paOTTbe market for Securities. Stocks and bonds continue quiet, with some Investment demand for Georgia State bonds and for Southwestern Railroad stock. Central common, which Is freely offered st quotations without buyers, ooened at 119* bid 130* asked, and declined a hatf point, Seeing at 119 bid, lj ked Memphis and Charleston opened at 85 bid, 88 whed, and declined five points, closing at 80 bid, $2 asked New Savannah bonds remain unchanged, opening and closing at 87* bid, 88 asked. Assault on the Street. About twenty minutes after eleven o'clock last night, Policeman James Allen arrested James Roddy, colored, for creating undue excitement by a rather vigorous and llvelv assault on Fred. Simmons, colored. iZmes wasretlred to the bastlle to cool off, 2d “ rood trim for the matinee this morning- King of Shirts, "the best and cheapest in ths world,” at E H-Ut’a. jy3 U WhTie Vests,' White VeHe, A LaPar’s. Matten a>4 Things Laconically Noted. Yesterday the sales of rice amounted to 197 barrels. Yesterday there were 414 bales of cotton received In this city. Eggs bv the wholesale declined three cents per dozen yesterday. An advance of a quarter cent per pound took place in lard yesterday. The assessment at the Police Court yes terday morning amounted to $35. The Magistrates are not reach bothered with business daring the heateu term. There were shipped to Bottoaandl New York markets yesterday 27,-21 watermelons. Augusta watermelons are arriving here in large numbers, and command good prices. The regular meeting of the Catholic Knights of America will be held this even lag. Mr. W. S. Bogart and family are rusticat ing in the mountains near W’hitesville, Vir ginia. The steamship Seminole bad amongst her freight for Boston yesterday. 20,000 water melons. The naval store sales yesterday comprised ISI barrels of rosin and 40 casks spirits tur pentine. Cotton futures advanced five to six points yesterday to the closing figures of the day previous. The legal fraternity are enjoying their va cation at present. None of the courts are in session. The dredging 6teamer Henry Burden is at work on St. Michael’s shoals, east of the ‘Red Light.” Yesterday was very warm, but the delight ful southwestern breeze rendered the situa tion endurable. Eleven car loads of watermelons were re ceived by the Savannah,Florida and Western Railway yesterday. At the meeting of the Pulaski Loan Asso ciation last evening $4,000 were sold at 26 per cent, premium. Col. J. Lawton Singellton, of Scriven, has introduced a bill in the Legislature fixing the liquor license at SIO,OOO. The receipts of naval stores at this port yesterday amounted to 7*06 barrels of rosin and 204 casks spirits turpentine. The slingers of watermelon rind, who were before the Police Court yesterday, were each fined $3 or ten days. It la understood that the Chatham Ar tillery will have another moonlight excur sion to Tj bee on Friday night. The steamship Gate City carried forty-five white and five colored passengers to New York yesterday, and a good freight. Bam Fields and Anna Fields, the colored pair who had a fight in Pulaski square, were yesterday in the Police Court fined $3 each. The truck farmers in the vicinity of the city complain greatlv of the drought. \\ hat this section needs is a good heavy rain and plenty of it. Anew schedule for the suburban line of the Coast Line Railroad will go into effect on the 15'.h Inst. The announcement ap pears elsewhere. The rosffi market is rather quiet at pres ent, there being a temporary lack of demand, caused principally by the scarcity of freight room. The Clerk of the County Commissioners will commence issuing the warrants In favor of the jurors of the Superior Court on and after Monday next. The steamship Herman Livingston brought on her last trip from Philadelphia consid erable railroad iron and machinery for the Brunswick and Albany Railroad. The United States revenue cutter Bout well arrived here yesterday morning for supplies, which she obtained and, left on a cruise at about four o’clock p. m. Ben George, a colored Jehu, was arrested yesterday afternoon at three o’clock by Policeman Bennett for driving his team through South Broad street lane. Mr. S. B Sturtevant left last night bv the Savannah, Florida and Western Railway on a short trip to Florida to visit his fatte •, who Is living on the St. John’s river. The workmen at the Central Railroad wharves are now engaged In framing towers for the grain elevator. The work on the main building is progressing rapidly. The project of paving Broughton street has not been abandoned, and we trust soon to be able to state something definite in reference to this important measure. Colored draymen and wagoners are evi dently flushed, as many of them persist In driving through the lanes, although the price lor such violation Is $1 or five days. The entertainment to be given this even ing at their rooms in the Masonic Temple by the Youths’ Historical Society, will be worth attending, as you will be sure to be pleased. The ordinance taxing dogs seems to be a dead letter. There are hundreds of snarl ing curs roaming the streets which we not worth the small tax demanded, and should be exterminated. The willow tree which was dug from Fig Island by the dredge Baltic and dumped in the old channel, is called “Darby's Grove” by the river men, after the Captain of one of the tug boats. The communication of “An Advocate of Justice,” in last Sunday’s Telegram, has been the subject of conversation this week, and the sentiments therein expressed are Tery generally approved. Among the passengers by the Gate City for New York yesterday were Dr. B. S. Purse and wife, Col. R. G. Cole, Major T. D. Bertody and family, A. E. Moynelo and family, G. W. Allen, E. A. Smith and N. Lovell. At the regular meeting of the Savannah Mutual Loan Association, held last night, the following sales were made: $1,030 at 52, SI,OOO at 53>j, and SI,OOO at 56 per cent, prem Sum. Colonel J. H. M. Clinch Is having built for bis plantation on the Satilla, known as the “Refuge,” two new large cylinder boilers, which are designed for his threshing ma chines. The work is being done at Ty aan’s Machine Shops. Mr. R B. Hillyard, popularly known as the traveling salesman ot Messrs. 6. Guck enheimer A Son, leaves to-day for his old heme in Richmond, Ya., on a brief visit,and accompanied by the wishes of many friends for a pleasant trip. The cost of violating the ordinance by driving through the lanes ts $1 or five days. The colored drivers who were before the Mayor yesterday on this charge were grant ed the alternative of paying the sl, or re tiring from active life for five days. John Gadsden, a colored newspaper car rier, was detected yesterday morning, about six o’clock, stealing the mall from the Morning News office, and was turned over by the mail clerk to a policeman. lie was arraigned In the Police Court, and was fined $5 or hfteen days. The large dredge Baltic, which has been at work on Fig Island Point, is taking out part of her maebiuery, preparatory to being towed to Baltimore, wbere it has been or dered by General Gill more. The tugs Lightning and May White will tow her. They will leave on the 15th Inst. The Central Railroad Company are hav ing piles driven near the canal about oppo site the point at which the proposed bridge over the canal Is to be built, with the view of raising the ground to a level with Joachim street. Anew road will be opened to Joachim street when the ground has been sufficiently raised. It will be seen by oar Atlanta dispatch that Hon. W. S. Basinger, from Chatham, yesterday Introduced bills to charter the Skldaway Narrows Canal Company, the Ver non and Ogeechee Cansl Company, the Sa vannah Fire and Marine Insurance Com pany, the Savannah and Tybee Transporta tion Company, the Savannah Freight Tram way Company, and the Savannah Transpor tation Company. Chatham County Game Association. A meeting of the association was held at the office of Mr. Thomas H. Harden on Tuesday, when the following officers were elected: T. H. Harden, President. G. P. Harrison, Vice President. John S. Coburn, Secretary prv Urn. Some of our best citizens have connected themselves with this association, and are de termined to see that the game law Is rigidly enforced. They will also apply to the Leg islature to have the old game law amended. Parties wishing to become members will send their applications to Mr. John S. Coburn, Secretary pro tern. The K. B. N. C. Excursion. The excursion of the E. B 8. C.— quaintly Interpreted Every Body’s Social Club—to Tybee yesterday afternoon was a grand suc cess, the crowd probably being the largest canted on one trip of tbe Plant to our sea side resort this season. The committee had made arrangements for a pleasant time, and their plans were all carried out success fully. The weather was delightful, and the afternoon and evening spent on the Island was greatly enjoyed. The excursionists re turned shortly after one o’clock, tired out, but in good spirits and well satisfied with their trip. Hub Punch, clear or with hot or iced water, milk or lemonade, “tops” every punch lor flavor. Directly the cork Is drawn, it is ready, and can be used clear or mixed with hot or iced water to suit the taste. Sold by all grocers, wine merchants and druggists. White and Brown Duck Helmets, In variety, at LaFar’s. je3o tf Bummer Clothing and Hats cheaper than ever, at E. Heidt’s, Headquarters for good Clouting, 139 Congress street. Jy3 tf Manilla Hats, all Colors, At LaPar's. J* 3o w COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Regular Meeting of the Board—Ven era! Business and Accounts. The regular monthly meeting of the Board of County Commissioners was held at the court house yesterday. Present: Com missioners W. 8. Lawton, Acting Chairman, C. C. Casev, R. D. Walker and M. H. Meyer. The minutes of the last meeting were resd and approved. LIQUOR LICENSES. Licenses to retail spirituous liquors were granted the following named parties: Bridget Monshan, at Thunderbolt. John H. Kuck, Middle Ground road .three quarters of a mile from the city. Brauch & Cooper, Tybee Island. Nicholas Mumm, Lover’s lane. Patrick Higgins, Dittmersvllle. GENERAL BUSINESS. Communication from Major Ferrill, Ordi nary, asking an appropriation of S3OO for the purpose of having a general index made of numerous valuable papers in his office. Referred to Commissioners Qasey and Walker. Communication in reference to certain parties who persist in selling liquor without a license. Referred to the Solicitor General for prosecution. Communication from thelSecretary of the Liquor Dealers Association, enclosing a copy of the following resolution, which had been adopted by that body, was read : Resolved, Believing that taxation without representation Is not equitable, that we are and have been paying to the State some nine thousand dollars per annum from Chatham county as a State tax levied by State laws, which amount we believe should be applied to the school fund of Chatham county, owiDg to the fact that Ihe county Is and has been aidiDg in the education of a large number of scholars from adjoining counties, whose school facilities are very inferior, and, as they are prohibitory, pay little or no State tax from the sale of liquors, we respectfully refer this matter to the Board of Commissioners of Chatham county, with the request that they give it due consideration, and bring It to the attention of the Representatives from this county and the Senator from this dis trict. It was ordered that copies of this commu nication, with the favorable indorsement of this hoard, be transmitted to our Senators and Representatives. Application of Coroner Sheftall, for per mission to use the Superior Court room when the court is not in session, for the purpose of investigating murder cases only, was on motion granted. ACCOUNTS PASSED. The following accounts were audited and passed to payment: Haslam & Hawkins •* W. D. Dixon 30* Savannah Gas Cos P 5 Convict Guard 3 ,J4 5U A.M . & C. W. West 18 36 Ouantock <S: Pournelle 4 50 Wm. H. Bulloch '5 00 DrW.G. Bulloch 50 00 Smith & Kellv B *J J. McGinley 3 Jas.S. Silva G W Waring Russell. Jailer * ™ J as. R Mendel 53 00 A. J. Franklin. D. 8 52 00 Jas. Sullivan 45^! John Ronan, Sheriff 107 9” Tbos. Smith - 44 00 Wm. Halt 6to Joj. Bimmoiiß Hector Brown E. Luckas j™ Marshall House 33/2 M. A. Cohen. Jr 115 Jy Ordinary of Chatham county 10 to Geo. N. Nichols 30 00 Kaussy & Harmon 162 2o 8. Gardner 84 87 Solomons & Cos 25 John Lyons 10* Palmer Bros 5 Rev. John Haywood 12 “JJ B. M. Garfunkel 5 -0 Knickerbocker Ice Cos 1° L” Crawford & Lovell 4 “> Morning News 8 40 B. F. Sheftall. Coroner V 155 00 City Dispensary 89,40 Luke Carson * 42 * Gleason & Harmon 6 00 1,647 56 Jurors Superior Court, June term 1,313 00 Amount passed $2,960 56 On Monday, the 18th, the Clerk vSll com mence Issuing warrants In payment of the above accounts. Jurors of the Superior Court servlrg at the June term, will take notice, and govern themselves accordingly. A Rig Untied State* Sjeamer An chor* Near the Port Royal II irbor. The United States steamer Wyoming, which left Norfolk on the 30th ul , arrived safely In our harbor on Sunday morning, and came to anchor a little below “Old Fort,” where she will remain during the summer months. Her officers are as fol lows: Captain J. E. Jouett, commanding; Lieutenant C. C. Todd, Executive Officer; Master C. H. Lyman. Navigator; Master A. Mertz, Ensign; W. E. Whitfield, Secretary; Chief Engineer, John Lowe; Paymaster, L. C. Kerr; Surgeon, J. 8. Brsgg: Boatswain, E. J. Allen; Carpenter, W. W. Richardson; Sailmaker, Wm. Cuddy; Mate, I*. B. Gal lagher; Mate, J. W. Baxter. The Wyoming Is a very handsome steam corvette, measuring in length 230 feet, and having a crew of 74 men and 14 marines. Bbe will probably remain here at least a year, aDd will, as soon as the weather be comes cool,change ber anchorage to a point much nearer Beaufort.— Orescent. Southern Express Company —New Schedule. We were shown by Mr. John Cronin, the able and popular agent of the Southern Express Company, in this city, a neatly printed sheet containing the new schedule of rates that has just been put into force. The charges have been, in many instances, much reduced, and a tmaH package can now be sent from Savannah to New York for twenty five cents. This is very reasonable, as the regular freight charge by steamer from Philadelphia oa au umbrella is fifty cents, wLh two cents wharfage. The 6ame article could be sent by exprets for half the money. The reduction Is for all classes of goods, and will be appreciated by the public, wbo know the benefits of the sure, safe and rapid delivery of goods by express. This action is voluntary on the part of the company, and shows a desire to accommodate the public. We learn that the agency here is doing a very large busi ness for this season of the year, and the corps are all hard at work. Narrow Escape from Fatal Injury. Yesterday afternoon about four o’clock, a colored mau engaged in discharging the steamship Herman Livingston, had a narrow escape from very serious injury. The hands were hoisting some boxes from the hold, when.' a small box containing iron accidentally fell from the upper staging to tbe lower, striking the colored man referred to on the shoulder, injuring him painfully but not seriously. He escaped tbe full force of tbe box, a6 he was standing a little beyond tbe stage when tbe box fell. Had it struck plump on tbe head h's neck would undoubtedly have been broken. Drumming for Patrons. Yesterday afternoon, when the train on tbe Savannah, Florida and Western Railway came In, Wallace Riberteon, who had his hack at the depot, left the vehicle unat tended, and chassezed around drumming up tbe weak and weary who could appreciate and were willing to pay for a ride in a first class hack to a hotel. Policeman Bennett discovered Robertson prancing around in the crowd hunting for passengers, and waltzed him off to tbe barracks, where he was charged with a violation of the ordi nance bearing upon the subject. Savannah Secure* tbe Contract. For the Information and edification of those who imagine that it is necessary to send heavy work elsewhere to be done, we would state the foil Mr. J. W. Ty nan recently built at his shop, for tbe tug Cresent City, Darien, anew smoke stack. This work was done thoroughly and gives entire satisfaction. Previous to the con tract being awarded, bids were received from Charleston and the North. Mr. Tvuan’s bid being the lowest, the contraot was awarded him, and well has he com pleted the work. ■ ..■. ■■ A Fine Hair Dreaalng. Cocoalne dresses the hair perfectly, and is also s preparation unequalled for the eradication of dandruff. The superiority of Burnett’s Flavoring Extracts consists in their purity and great strength. jy2 B,Tu,Th&wlm Wives, Honor thy husband, thy sons and friends, and send them all to buy au all Linen Bosom Shirt for 75c., a Straw Hat for 50c., and to be convinced of tbe great reduction in Gents’ Furnishing Goods at the Famous New York ClothlDg house, 140 Congress street. je2B-tf Wanted—No Questions Asked, 2,000 men, youths’ and boys’ heads to fill Straw and Light Felt Hats at actual cost. Famous New York Clothing House, 140 Congress street. je2B tf White Dress Shirts and Collars And Fancy Cuffs, at LaFar’s. JebO tf Light Jesus Drawers, For summer wear, at LaFar’s. Je3o tf E. Heidt’s is headquarters for good Cloth ing and Hats, 139 Congress street. jy2-tf Funeral of Mr. R. H. Nlcolaon. The funeral of Robert Beauregard Sumter Nlcolaon, whose sad death by drowning at Tybee on Sunday evening last occasioned universal regret throughout this community, took plnce yesterday afternoon at four o’clock from the residence of his father, John Nicolson, Esq., on State street, and was very largely attended. Mrs. Nicolson, with her vounger son and daughter,who bad just reached Brooklyn when telegraphed the terrible affllctioD, arrived on the regu lar train at 12:50 p. m. yesterday, and was received at the depot by personal friends of the family, and accompanied to her home, where lay the remains of her darling sod, whom she had left but a few days previous in the strength and vigor of youth. The attendance at the funeral evidenced the high estimation in which the deceased was held by his companions and the Young Men’s Church Gutld, of which he was a worthy member, and also attested the deep sympathy so generally felt for the bereaved, as it included a large number of our repre sentative busineis men. The services, ren dered sad and affecting by the nature of the circumstances, were conducted by Rev. Dr. I. 8. K. Ax6on, of the Independent Presbyterian Church. At the close of his remarks the choir of St. John’s Church sang with intense feeling the beautiful bvmn, “Lamb of God to Thee I Cling,” and the services at the house were concluded with a feivent prayer. The metallic casket coc-* taining the mortal remains of the noble young man was covered with many rare and beautiful floral tributes from loving and sympathetic friends. The pall bearers were the following young gentlemen: 11. C. Davis, E. F. Cun ningham, W. C.* Askew, T. H. Thompson. J. H. Bolshaw, R. D. Lattimore, Fleming Winn and John Falconer. After the casket had been removed to the hearse, the funeral cortege, consisting of a large num ber of carriages and some twen ty odd buggies, moved slowly off, proceeding to Bonaveuture Cemetery, where all that was mortal of a noble, moral, esti mable youDg man, who, had God in His in finite wisdom seen meet to spare to bis loving and devoted family, would have proven an honored and valued citizen, were consigned to their final resting place. How to Dispose of the Old Cemetery. Editor Morning News: It Is freely stated that the City Council, or some interested parties, have Inaugurated the present move ment against the doomed walls of the Old Cemetery, with the ulterior object of secu larizing it, so to speak, extending the streets through it, with the view of converting it into building purposes. If the object of Council Is to realize money by the sale of lots thus acquired to .pay off a portion of the city indebtedness, the object is a laudable one. No work is better, or more sacred, than for corporations or individuals to pay their corporate or indi vidual debts. An act of the Legislature would be necessary to empower Council to carry this scheme Into execution. It would be better, If possible, to avoid desecrating the sacred dust of the cemetery bv using it for profane purposes, better dedicate it to some purpose akin to the original intention. I most respectfully suggest that It be turned in'o a local city park, by replacing the present unsightly brick walls with an ornamental railing, remove the vaults, headstones aud every particle of brick ana stone, and bring the entire surface to a smooth meadow level, retain the present grand old trees, with additional ornamenta tion, shelliDg the walks. This disposition of the cemetery would afford a delightful and convenient resort for numbers of citi zens and sojourners, aud especially child ren. and would prove a great blessing The great aud grave error in building cities in the old wotld, and the new, is the desire to utilize ever# foot, of ground for building purposes. Result of such penny wise and pound foolish policy: narrow, filthy, dingy streets, foul air, deiective ven tilation, disease and death; and worse still, when a fire breaks out, a general conflagra tlon, like Chicago, Boston, and numerous cities in Europe and Asia, consequent on erecting houses in such compact and close proximity. Much might be written upon this Interesting topic did time and space permit. I trust I have said enough to eluci date the object of this communication, leav ing with abler pens to continue the discus sion. Jessamine. A Sudden Death. “John Smith died suddenly this morning from an attack of Dysentery. Only last night he seemed to be in perfect health, and his friends will be surprised to hear of his sudden death.” How many times we hear just such news as the above; and the reason for so many deaths from Dysentery, Summer Complaint, Diarrhoea, Cholera Morbus, etc. ,1s not because these diseases are necessarily fatal, but because people do not know how to treat them, or neglect treat ment until it is too late. A tcaspoouful of Perry Davis’ Pain Killer, in a little sweet ened water (hot water preferred), taken every half hour, will cure any case of bowel trouble If the treatment Is commenced in time. If the case is unusually severe, or treatment has not been promptly com menced, the Pain Killer should be applied externally as well as Internally. Full direc tions accompany every bottle. It has never failed when used according to the direc tious. A bottle in the bouse may save a life that would be lost while waiting for a doctor. jy!4 It Great Reduction—Good News. The well known Congress street milliner, Mr. H. C. Houston, has determined on another reduction In the prices of the ele gant array of goods now In his establish ment. The articles are all seasonable, of the most fashionable styles and novelties, but it is necessary, in consequence of other arrangements for more eligible quarters, that he clear out the present line of goods, hence the reduction. Ladles who need anything in his lice will do well to call without delay and inspect his stock, as the throngs of fair ones that constantly fill his attractive establishment give evidence that his course Is appreciated and that there will be few bargaius left. It is unnecessary to enumerate the articles; we can only advise our lady friends to call and see for themselves. This Is no announce ment for buncombe, as visitors will find out by calling, and, therefore, if you are dls- Sosed to make good bargains, remember [ouston, on Congress street. je27-tf The Famous Storming Competition By the great reduction in Clothing. S2O suits for sl6 ; $lB suits for sl4 ; sls suits for sl2 ; sl2 suits for $9 ; $lO suits for $8 ; $S suits for $6 50 ; $6 suits for $5 ; and 2,000 pairs flue all woolen pants marked down to suit everybody. For the next thirty days their reduction will be open to the public. Call while this opportunity offers. Famous New York Clothing House, 140 Congress street. je2B-tf .. ♦■. Kie tier’s Peruvian Cure Has no equal in this country. Even the doctors say It will cure Chills, Fever, Dumb Ague, Night Sweats, and all that train of diseases caused by malaria and miasmatic poison. It is guaranteed to cure any case, and is for sale by all druggists and country dealers at 25c. per bottle. Country merchants send your orders to your wholesale druggist, or Klward J. Kkffer, Savannah, Ga. Je23-tf When too late, many mothers become aware that their little darlings have fallen victims to an injudicious diet of farinaceous food. Their stomachs are unfitted to assimi late such food, and to supply the want of mother’s milk, Mellin’s Food has been pre pared and has been acknowledged by the highest authority au undoubted success. All druggists and grocers furnish it. Price 75 cent 0 . T. Metcalf &Cos , Boston, Mass, Jyll-M&T2t LaPar baa Reduced Straw Hate. 23 Bull street. jeHO tf Summer Goods al Allen A Lludnay’s, Four months or more of hot weather is be fore you, and everything about the house should be in summer trim, so that you can keep as cool as possible. We have Mat tings of all kinds, and at all prices, Mos quito Nets, Refrigerators and Ice Boxes. In addition to these goods we would call at tention to our overwhelming stock of Baby Carriages. If you are about buying any thing in the lines mentioned, don’t fall to call at Allen A Lindsay’s, 169 and 171 Broughton street. jelß tf Important to Mother*. Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup Is the only thlug 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 the gums, reduces inflammation, and allays all pain, thereby giving rest to the child and comfort to the mother. Twenty five cents a bottle. Janlß-Tu.ThAß,wATelly Colored Shirts, Neat Patterns, At low flgures, at LaFar’s. je3o tf Nainsook Gnderveets And tine Gauze, at LaFar’s. je3o-tf Bathing Hats, Bathing Shoes, All sizes, at LaFar’s. je3U-tf Clothing to Ordec, by Devlin A Cos. Measures and samples at LaFar’s. j<3o tf E. Heidt Is closing out .bis stock of Hum mer Clothing and Hats at low prices. jj2-tf Cotton—The Prospects Abroad. ' The following from Smith, Edwards <& Co.’s Cotton Circular for June will be read with general interest: “The prospects for our market have not altered much during the last month, but the most striking feature is the gradual nar rowing of the visible supply till at last the portion available for Great Britain has fallen 23,000 bales below last year. Our spinners are supposed to hold about the same stock, and consumption is, perhaps, 3,000 bales per week greater than last year. This is an extraordinary development following upon a crop 800,000 biles larger than the previous ODe, and it leads, as might be supposed, to a more sanguine state of feeling than seem ed likely some time ago. It now 6eems that 6,500,000 bales Is hardly more than the world needs, indeed it has furnished this country with less than Is required to keep our market stable in the summer aDd autumn, consequently people look with less apprehension than they did upon tbe chance of a monster crop the next season. It cannot be disguised that we 6hall go through tbe autumn with a small stock, and That we shall be liable to speculative attempts to force up prices. At the same time, we don’t think there will be real scarcity, for spinners will run themselves entirely out of stock so loDg as they have to pay a premium of %and. on autumn cotton over new crop; besides, America will likely ship us a larger balance of the remainder of the crop, and perhaps the continent may send a little cotton here, If prices advance, as it is liberally supplied this year. “The main feature that will operate against aßy great advance is the excellent promise of the growing crop in America. All our accounts are highly favorable, and the general opinion Is that it looks as well as last year except being a little backward. “The report of the bureau, giving the in crease of acreage only 1 per cent., and the condition 6 per cent, below last year, is not confirmed by private advices, and we note t hat the Chronic’e since then puts the in creased acreage at 5 per cent., which compares with what we hear privately. We should say that the enormous in crease of fertilizers will also add materially to the growth, and all the indications at present are in favor of a very large yield. “So long as this prospect is In front of the market, we think it. will be difficult to force up prices on tbe mere chance of an autumn squeeze, but on the other hand It must be remembered that the steady demand of tbe trade for at least 55,000 bales per week, coming upon a reducing stock, will give holders a strong position, and remove all inducement to force their stock for sale. Between the two forces our market seems to have reached a condition of equipoise which it will not be easy to disturb for a time.” HAUNKTT HOUSE. Till* Favorite Family Hotel, Under Its New Management, Is Recom mended for the Excellence of Its Cuisine, Homelike Comforts, Prompt Attention and Moderate Kates. Harnetl &. George, Pro prietors. ARRIVALS JULY 13. H R Roediger aud wife, ss Geo Appold; T H Leahy, 3J4 C R R; J Ferebee, Tillmans, 8 C; J Jones, Augusta; R J Anglin, Atlanta; Capt A D Colcord, schr D W Hart; C Brant, Georgia; J H Kins. Virginia; H Hirsbman. Hazlehurst, Ga; D J Petersen. Bartow, Ga; EL Pickren, David Lott, Hazlehurst. Ga: N Hicks, Georgia; Geo W Jones. New York; M Reardon, wife and daughter, Chlsea. Mass. Tbe Health of the City. Bo) s’ Suits and Hats, at E. Heldt’s. Sell ing cheap to clear summer stock. jy2 tf pmings. Catholic Knights of America. Regular meeting of Branch No. 38, C. K. of A., THIS (Thursdav) EVENING at 8 o’clock. By order of " THE PRESIDENT. Assessment No. 52 due July 23. Wm. Cantwell, Rec Sec’y. jyl4-lt £prcTal Notice. Persons who have not yet taken their private skates will please call for same at C. L. GIL BERT & CO.’S, corner Bay and Barnard streets. BAVANNAH SKATING RINK ASSOCIATION. jy!4-lt * NOTICE. Skldaway Shell Koail Company. A dividend of ($5) Five Dollars per share will be paid stockholders on demand. GEO. W. LAMAR, jyl3-4t Secretary and Treasurer. Bonaventnre. 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, Jn26-tf Bay street. (Brooms aud f rovtiioiig. 5,000 Bushels White Corn. 5 AAA BUSHELS MIXED CORN. UUU i,COO uusheln OATB. 7 50 sacits ILACK EYE PEAS. 50 sacks VIRGINIA PEANUTB. 50 sacks l ENNESSEE PEANUTS. 500 bales NORTHERN HAY. 500 hales EASTERN and WESTERN HAY. 40/00 pounds BRAN. CORN EYEB, GRITS, MEAL. etc. For sale low by T. JF*. BOND, jo2B-tf 151 & 153 AND 155 BAY STREET. SMOKED mum. ATONE SUCH BISCUITB, COCO MACA i> ROONB, KNOW FLAKE and CREAM SODA. PINAFORE LEMON WAFERS, PINE APPLE DROIS, ORANGE MARMALADE in jars, MUBTARD SEED OIL, BAY LEAVES, SAGO, FRENCH PRUNES, GINGER ALE, BOTTLED LAGER BEER. For sale by NICHOLAS LANG & BltO., je23 tf 19 BARNARD STREET. Pastry Wafers. CREAM Mli.K and ZEPHYRS LIME JUICE and LIME JUICE PUNCH. CHIPPED BEEF. CHOICE TONGUES. HAMS and BHOULDERS. ABSORTED JELLIES $1 per dozen. 5 pound pails PRESERVES and JELLIES only 90c. For sale by C. M. & H. W. TILTON, my2l-tf 31 WHITAKER STREET. ace. 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-5m I C E. HAY WOOD,GAGE & CO. Wholesale & Retail Dealers In Ice. WE pay special attention to the supply of families, offices, etc. The quality of our Ice is equal to any and surpassed by none in this or other markets. All orders by car load, package or otherwise will receive our personal attention. OFFICE, 188 BAY STREET, je3-2m SAVANNAH, GA. tm. BUST’S SELECTED Turnip & Cabbage Seeds. OUR facilities are such as to enable us to give our largest planters the best advant age of the market prices. G-.M. Heldt eft* Oo jy 4 tf Cor. Congress and Whitaker sts. s ■ ■ A i noykfi-tf %t\x gaaprtHgmtttt*. PIVE THOUSAND COMETS VISIBLK IK JIM. And Every One Doth a Tale Unfold. Star Gazers in Luck! No Telescopes Needed. Comets Above, Comets Below. Comets to the Right. Comets to the Left, in the Parlor, on the Ta ble, Comets Everywhere. IiMBST discovered in the constellation of LUDDEN & BA.TES, commonly called the SOUTHERN MUBIC HOUSE, and thence being: disseminated through the entire Southern Hemisphere. Each one is plainly stencilled on its nucleus, Sontbern Musical Journal. The 5.00(1 July issue i> viewed nightly by at least 25,000 delighted readers. Without tele scop a or eyeglass, they ceaselessly admire the beauties of FINE TINTED PAPER, NEW TYPE, FINE ILLUSTRATIONS. CHOICE READING MATTER, SERIAL STORY and NEW MUSIC. One Dollar’s worth of Choice Music in this July number. One Dollar's worth in every Monthly Number. One Dollar’s worth of Prem ium Sheet Music to Each Sub scriber. 12 Comets Yearly Only $ 125. SINGLE COMETS 10c. EACH. Call and get one quick. They won’t last long. The demand is great. LUDDEN & BATES, Agents for all first class Comets and Publishers of Southern Musical Journal. jyli-Th.M&wtf COAST LINE RAILROAD. SUBURBAN BCHEDULE. ON and after FRIDAY, July 15th, 1881, the following schedule will oe observed: WEEK DAYS. OUTWARt>. | INWARD. ~ LEAVE LEAVE LEAVE SAVANNAH. THUNDERBOLT. BONAVENTURE. 6:45 a. h. 7:45 A. m. 7:65 A. H. 10:35 A. m. 12:50 p. m. 1:00 p. m. 3:35 p. m. 5:30 p. m. 5:40 p. M. 5:30 p.m. 6.31p.m. 6:40 p.m. 7:00 p.m. j B:U6 p, m. | 8:15 p. M. Saturday night last car leaves city at 7 p. m. BUNBAY SCHEDULE. In the morning at 7:00,10:00 ana 12:00 o’clock. In the evening every half hour from 2:35 until 5:00 o'clock. Last car leaves Bolton street at 6:00 p. m. Returning, leaves Thunderbolt at 8:05 p. m. FRANK LAMAR, jyl4 tf Superintendent. ICEDTEA. We are in receipt of a lot of CHOICE TEAS. PRICES FROM 50c. TO $1 40 POUND. —AT— A. M. & C. W. WEST’S, Jy 14 tf LIBERTY A WHITAKER BTB. ■l ard In New York City. FIRST-CLASS Board for visitors to New York during the summer months in board ing house in genteel and central location. Madison avenue, near 29th street. Convenient to principal retail stores and places of amuse ment. Specially suitable for ladies traveling alone. Board may be taken by week or day. References given In New York or at South. Ad dress MRS. N. KING, 104 Madison avenue. New York. jy 14-Th, SAT u6t New Orleans Molasses For sale by jyl4 It A. MINIS & SONS. (Sflttcatiooal. KIRKWOOD HIGH SCHOOL. A Board’ng School for Boys with Military System. THE next session begins AUGUBT 10th and continues sixteen weeks. The Board of Trustees of University of Georgia offer free tuition to the boy who stands highest in this school. The Faculty of Emory College at Ox ford have recently offered the same prize. Charges for Fall Term. SIOO IN ADVANCE. Applications should be made at ones to CHAS. M. N *• EL, jyl-lm Atlanta, Ga. Bit. Pleasaut military Academy, A SELECT Boarding School for Boys, at Sing Sing on-Hudson, N. Y. The course of instruction embraces the following depart ments: Classical, Modern Languages, Ele mentary, Mathematical, English Studies, and Natural Science. Classes are also formed in Music, Drawing, Fencing and Elocution. A thoroughly organized Military Department, RidiDg School, with well trained horses, gym nasium, etc. Will reopen Thursday, Septem ber 16. BENJAMIN & ALLEN. Principals. Savannah references— Gen. G. M. Sorrel, Capt. J. L. Hardee, Mrs. G. W. Anderson. Mrs. J. W. Burroughs, Col. H. 8. Haines. C. D. Owens, Esq. jy6-lm BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL, BEDFORD COUNTY, VA. ON K orf oik and W estern R. R., 15 miles west of Lynchburg. Young men and bo vs pre pared for university or for business. Beautif il and healthful location. Able corps of teachers; thorough instruction. Liberal provision for the accommodation and comfort of students. For catalogues containing information address W. R. ABttOT, Principal, Bellevue P. 0., Va, jy9-B,Tu&Th2m Washington and Lee University. Gen. G. W. C. LEE, President. THOROUGH instruction in Languages, Liter ature and Science, and in the Professional Schools of Latv and Engineering. Healthful location in the valley of Virginia. Expenses for nine months need not exceed $225. Session opens September 15, 1881. For catalogue ad dress J. L. CAMPBELL, Jr., Clerk, Lexington, Va. jy9-B.TuAThlm Roanoke College, Salem, Va. TWENTY-NINTH Session begins September 7th. Classical, Scientific, Elective and Preparatory Courses. French anl German spoken. Library 16,000 volumes Instruction thorough, unsectarian. Churches of Five De nominations. Climate unsurpassed (College surrounded by mountains;. Expenses for 10 months from $l6O to $2.0. Students rom all sections. Catalogue free. Address SECRE TARY. jys 12t&w3t proposals. OrnCE OF THE 1 Charleston Manufacturing Company, I 30 Broad Street. Charleston, 8. C., July 1, 1881. J SEALED PROPOSALS WILL be received at this office until the FIFTEENTH DAY OF JULY, 1811. for furnishing ONE MILLION FEET (more or less) of Lumber and Turned Columns, To be delivered at the Company’s Mill, corner of Columbus and Drake streets, at such time as will be acceptable to the Company. Specifications and classifications can be had on application at this office. Ihe Company reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bide. B. K. NEUFVILLE, Secretary and Treasurer. N. B.—The Northeastern Railroad and Charleston and Savannah Railway Companies can deliver within one hundred and twenty yards of the mill site, jy4-10t Cotton feistrojw. Caterpillar, Caterpillar! THE TEXAS COTTON WORM DESTROYER, A sure remedy for the Caterpillar on Cotton or Rice. Easily applied and per fectly safe to use. D. B. HULL, SAVANNAH, je2o-tf Agent for Georgia. Jtttanrtal. GUARANTEE AGAINST LOSS. IMMENSE PROFITS. Small or large suiub invested in stocks and guaranteed against loss. New York Guarantee Investment Com pany offers the beet paying and safest Invest ment in the world. Dividends since January have averaged 5 per cent, per month, or equal to 60 per cent, per year. Explanatory Circulars and by-l*aws of the Company mailed free on application. Address BOGERT AOO . Bank ere. 18 William at., New York. je*l-Tu,Th&aim gutrtian £aUg la-fag, SALE OF DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC. by j. McLaughlin & son. THIS DAY, at 11 o'clock, on account all con cerned, CALICOS. SHIRTINGS. MUSLINS. PIQUE. POPLIN. RIBBONB. EMBROIDERY. LACE, TICKING. COATB.PANTB. VESTS, DRAWERS, HANDKERCHIEFS. BLANKETS, GLOVES, STOCKINGS. SHIRTS, MATTING. HATB. 1 ca- PATENT MEDICINE. MACKEREL, SOAP. TEA, CHEEBE. BUTTER, CORN, SUGAR SKIMMER. SPADES. SHOVELS, COW BELLS. LOOKS, SAD IRONS, NAILS, PANS. CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, LAMPS. TINWARE. TRAPP. COLOGNE, PERFUME. —ALSO— -10 cases BOOTS and SHOES. 50 cartoons Ladies’, Misses' and ChUdren’a SHOES, SLIPPERS, GAITERS and BOOTEEB, etc. Jyl3-2t MM jgs. FOR SALE. BY GKO. W. LAMAR, Auctioneer. On the FIRBT TUESDAY IN AUGUST NEXT, before the Court House, if not previously sold, Twenty-five lots on the continuation of Roberts street, lots being a part of Garden iot numbec twenty-five, west. This property is well located, and one of the highest portions of land in the city. For terms, etc., apply to GEO. W. LAMAR, or to D. L. ROBERTS. jyl3-Tu<fcThtd<fcTel2t $rU, etc. BEWARE! Of another supply of the melting article of weather, and lay in a stock of LEMONS. LEMONS. LEMONS. 500 Boxes Choice & Selected LEMONS. LEMONS. ORANGES. ORANGES. IN BTOCK—NOT ON PAPER—BUT IN STORE. BERMUDA ONIONS JUST IN, FREBH. Wines, Liquors, Lime Juice, CHAMPAGNES, CIQARB, FANCY GROCERIES! GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS. PEANUTS, COCOANUTS, PEANUTS, PEANUTS. J. B. REEDY, Wholesale Grocer and Importer. Bay and Whitaker streets. jys-tf Lemons, Potatoes. 1 Kfl BOXEB LEMONS. I*U 1,000 barrels CHOICE POTATOES. 60 cases LIME JUICE. Virginia and Tennessee PEANUTS. 50 crates ONIONS. For sale by P. H. WARD & CO., Jj 7-tf SAVANNAH. GA. (gxfursiott Charleston & Savannah R’y Charleston, June 10th, 1881. ON and after this date round Trip Tickets will be on sale at depot office and 22 Bull street, Savannah: TO NEW YORK, GOOD UNTIL OCTOBER 318 TANARUS, FOR $36. TO CHARLESTON, Good to leave Savannah SATURDAY AFTER NOON and leave Charleston MON - DAY MORNING, FOR. $2. Elegant Dining Cars in all trains. S. C. BOYLBTON, jell-tf Q. P. A. lEoito 4fattr. EGG NOG SYRUP 1 SUPERIOR ICE COLD SODA WATER! WITH CHOICE FRUIT SYRUPB. MINERAL WATER from Saratoga Springs. Drawn from the Mammoth Fountain at G. M. HEIDT & CO’S, Cor. Congress and Whitaker streets. TRT THE EGG NOG SYRUP. jv4 tf WfrrUants. JAS. W. SCHLEY & CO., 173 BAY STREET, SAVANNAH GA., General Comrn’n Merchants, OFFER: 1 Q AAA BUSHELS Choice WHITE CORN. iOjLMJv 250 bales Prime Timothy HAY. 300 bales Prime Western HAY. 8,000 bushels CORN. 4.000 bushels OATS. 40,000 pounds WHEAT BRAN. 12,000 pounds DRY SALT SIDES. 20,000 pounds SMOKED SIDES. Also, MEAL, GRITS, FLOUR, CRACKED HORN and CORN FVWS. ap23-* #aU. 115 HORSEPOWER FOH SAI.XI. HAVING concluded to discontinue the manu facture of paper and remove the paper machinery from the premises, I offer the STEAM ENGINES. BOILERS.PUMPB, SHAFT ING, PULLEYB, etc., for sale. I would also lease the land and buildings. For particulars apply to McDONOUGH & BALLANTYNE, Sa vannah, Ga, SAMUEL P. HAMILTON, Proprietor Savannah Paper Mills. jeBS-Th.B*Tutf “what? - BLUE MOTTLED SOAP 35 cents a bar. BEIDLITZ POWEEUB 40 cents a box. ESSENCE GINGER 40 cents a bottle. PALM OIL BATH SOAP 40 cents a bar. KEROSENE OIL 15 cents a gallon. CARBOLIC SOAP 10 cents a cake. TOILET POWDER 49 cents a pound. LUBIN’B EXTRACTS 75 cents a bottle. TAR 80AP 20 cents a cake. GENUINE INSECT POWDER $1 a pound. Jolinson tab 00., Corner Broughton and Habarsham sta. lyll-tf READICK’S Intelligence and Collecting Agency, No. 6 Bull street, corner Bay lane, SITUATIONS for several white servants wanted. Colored cooks, washerwomen and nurses wanted. Also, several houses for good tenants. Collecting a specialty, jy 8 -S.Tu, W,Th,F&Teltf LOOK AT THIS. JUST received, a large supply of BUIBT'B celebrated QARDEN SEEDS. including his large PURPLE TOP and RUTABAGA TURNIP and large DRUMHEAD CABBAGE, at Osceola Butler's Drug Emporium. jylß-tf . Planters’ Rice Mill Ccmpany. Savannah, Ga . July 6. 1881. APPLICATIONS will be received at the office of the Secretary and Treasurer of the Planters’ Rice Mill Company for a Superin tendent from the Ist September nexr. GEO. J. MILLS, ]j7 Th&SJw Pec and Treas. DUMATdN INSECT POWDER. IX>R Fleas, Flies and Mosquitoes. Also de ’ stroys Cabbage and Cotton Worms aed Vegetable Parasites of all kinds. Get. the best. For sale by G. ML II KID I’ A CO , Drngglats, jyt-tf Savannah, Ga. ih# &ooflg t U.HI J, Our Sinner Steel MUST CO. Sommer Dress Goods AT A HEAVY LOSS. BEAL BARGAINS IN OTHER DEPARTMENTS. ECONOim Boms SPECIALLY REQUESTED MiaiisCiKPricts B. F. McKENNA. jy.VN&Teltf GUTIANBROS. OFFER UNUSUAL INDUCEMENTS IN Lace Scarfs, Mall Scarfs, LACE COLLARS. POLKA DOT SCARFS, POLKA DOT BOWS. LISLE THREAD GLOVER SILK GLOVES, COTTON MITTS, SILK MITTS. COTTON HOSIERY. LISLE 1 HUE AD HOSIERY, SILK HOSIERY, LEATHER BELTS. Parasols and Sun Umbrellas At extremely low prices. LADIEB’, GENTS’ and CHILDREN’S BUNKER UNDERWEAR! Ladies’ Muslin Underwear. A large assortment of WHITE GOODS, COMPRISING: LAWNB, INDIA LINENS. LINEN LAWNS. Plain and Figured SWISSES, PIQUES, LACE STRIPES. ETC., ETC. CUTMAN BROS. 141 BROUGHTON STREET, je!B-S,Tuarrhtf Again the Ball in Motion! FOB THIS WEEK ONLY. ON SALE, THE FOLLOWING GOODS. JUST RECEIVED: PAA CaiLDREN’B DRESSES, aVy_size, to fit Ovv an infant or child up to < years of age. 500 lawn sacks. LADIES’ UNDERWEAR, in all its bracche?, at reduced prices. Our Dress Ms DeprM Has no equal in this city for stock, quality and low prices. SILKS and SATINS at jobber*’ prices. 1,000 LADIES’ TIES in all styles. EXAMINE OUR EMBROIDERIES. Posi tively the cheapest in Savannah. White Goods at a Sacrifice! Call and examine our stock before purchasing. JACOB COHEN, 182 BROUGHTON BTREET. jed-tf ~ WUJittrrw (goods. _ mu The greatest variety in the city from 25c. up in Gingham, Lawn Cambric and Nainsook, with Insertion, Cord and Puff. CROCHETED SACKS At 50 and 75 cents. HATS. HATS. HATS. HATS. NONE CHEAPER IN THE CITY. DEXTER'S KNITTING COTTON In all colors. STAMPING TO ORDER. HATS. HATS. HATS. MRB.K. POWER, 1(8 BROUGHTON BT , SAVANNAH, GA. mygß-tf _ DRIEDFRUIT. 1 AAA POUNDS DRIED PEACHES, 2,000 ,UOU pounds DRIED APPLES. For sale by C. li. GILBERT & CO., jy4-tf WHOLESALE GROCERS, Steel Barbed Wire Ft Being. SOLE AGENTS for WABBURN A MOEN MANUFACTURING COMPANY, owners of patent For sale by WEED ft CORNWELL. UifaM-tt j USHnWii SOUTH OF NEW YORK is HAMILTON’S, Wb ßTOr?r n i„ be ,h- o^ nd the m °ST varied STOCK hi this line on sale in any tv ED North, South, East or West!* Wty A MOBT MAGNIFICENT AND UNSURPASSED ASSORTMENT Jewelry, Wateta, DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE, BKOSZES, CLOCKS, Frßicl&Japeseliellles OPERA GLABSEB, ETC. Strangers in the city should visit this well- Known and extensive Jewelry Establishment, COR. OF BULL AND BROUGHTON STS. S.P. HAMILTON. mystf fallal Watches IN GOLD AND SILVER CASES. BLUE, GREEN AND SMOKED Eye Glasses, Spectacles -AND COQUILLES, At the lowest possible prices, at M. STERNBERG'S, 24 BARNARD STREET. Summer (Boocls. later Coolers. WATERING POTS. FILTERS. Patent Ice Cream Freezers . THE BEST MADE. AT HARDWARE AND STOVE HOUSE -OF 1 - COMACK HOPEI, jel4-tf 167 BROUGHTON STREET. IN SEASON! IMPROVED FLY FANS. Ice Cream Freezers, Patent and Plain. Porcelain Lined and Other Styles ot Water Coolers. Wire Dish Covers. Patent Fly and Roivch Traps. Refrigerators. And the very best Lverosene Stoves. —AT— CROCKERY HOUSE -OF JAS. S. SILVA, 140 BROUGHTON STREET. mylß-Tel&Ntf ___ AT COST! ONE DOZEN SMALL SIZED Family Ice Chests. FOR SALE BY PALMER BROS. my2B-tf _ SUNDRIES I Rubber street hose. HOSE, REELS and SPRINKLERS. LAWN MOWERS. • WATER COOLERS. ICE CREAM FREEZERS. For sale low by PALMER BROS. mjK-tt ODNGBESS STREET.