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W £D> TIM* • HotlM tbe Mali. jCrthera *" Cnaritwtea. **••■** **- Port Boy*! R *l r 2£iJL J jY isstKsrfi’ssft** ■*> r -“ Und BruwwicX BaCroad. f ■- u!!AJb“r HadrovL U M. I*ZJZ£. 'J* Doboy, r* An r(,,ta vm of Dapoat, o* StTimith. T’:-rA* awl Western BailnAd 5 p.m. mail. vlt CvMi BiiifOld, I AV •ad *; P. ■- H .^jgeandEatooton. • :*) P. * s*T.tn*’i River. Tuesday. spm On -an lay, mfl for nil point*. W o dock noon*. • * laf'l to !lw *<Trtl**m*w. No meeticg of Golden Role Lodge. Notice to L O O. F. Savannah Mutual Un Association. Firework* *t C record!* Park- Pear* —W. Inman Mil!er. Hon** for rent. H*a*tton wanted by * yoatg a**o. Ewidroet for reft. Louisian* State Lottery. Toe Red Grocery S ore. We!ey*c Fern** College, JUcon. Griffin New* trade Issue, getter dog ion*. Crar.eeuoz room* wanted. Dredge boat esgmeer wealed. Situation wasted. Wttlktr Report. It Lcatioc* for the Sooth Atlantic Su>* to -lay: Wanner, fair weather, wind* most!? tooth westerly, and itationarj or lower press are. _ Signal Observation*. o>mf.'ara:iT statement of temperature at Savannah, taken from the Siena! Bertie* record*: E lL 1:44 a. M * 6:44 a. ™ 2 44 P. M ** 2* P- 10:44 P. M 0:44 P. M * Maximum......... Maximum.... .... w Minimum 7* 'diaimum. ~ Mean temperature Hean temperature of day *l.O of day. 85-0 Rainfall. .9.8 Rainfall 0 00 *cav:cE oßazavAnoss at toil P. M. BATAJSXAB KU.t TlOl. A-U-BT 4. I^*'. t i —\\ Btations. *lf I> =“ Weathb* i S t V * z £ s 5 i *~ SI 03 " W I 7 .... Fair. Augusts *4 W 81 Cloody. Ckarimtea * tl M BWI 6 .... r.Va-. Chari-ete &Ms SWj t ... Fair. (Vifkicftfift ... • -*| - * * Oalvertoe.. 30.00 it 8 ... Fair. Indianoi*. .. SO *1 “* 8 E It Fair JacAW>QTuie. 30.04 :! 8 E k .. CtjudT. Key West, vi (ft -4 ... ... floaty. Port Eat- ft TV H E * .... Fair Montgomery 3W 04 81 S W 1 .. Fair. Punt* Hama 40.08 81 N 3 (ft Clear. UavaxsAH ... *J. 3*' - <3— T i Penwcoia... 30 >ft 8 SW 8 ... Cloudy. THE .OOUMM> NEU'S T U3DE EDITION. .llimmblb laaoe on September 3d, 1881. The past year ha* been unprecedented In the history of our city. Her general busi ness, which ha* heretofore languished in the summer months, has continued through the entire yer. Nearly 800,000 bale# of cotton have been received at this port dur Inc the season Just closed, and we have every reason to expect that these figures will be Increased during the coming year to oyer 1,000,000. A like Urge increase In receipts ha* taken place in naval stores, rice and timber, and other principal pr due's. This improvement in trade has affected all Interest*, and our merchants, mechanics, and buslnes* men generally, bare been benefited by it. With such a retrospect we may confidently predict prosperous fall and winter trade. The annual review of the markets for the commercial year will be Issued on Satnr day, September 31, and we propose to make this edition a special feature, the same a* was done last year, and which met with such a decided support from our enterprising merchants. The review will be presented in the form of a mammoth eight-page sheet, and in size and make up will surpass any thing of the kind which has ever been pub lished in the eotton growing States. It will comprise a summary of the business of the elty during the previous twelve months, including Its mer cantile interest* In all their various branches, and also a resume of Its shipping and com merclal news for that period. This Issue of the Mobbing News will be one which every citizen, whether a business man or not, will take pride in sending abroad as an evidence of the prosperity of hia city and section In which he liTea, and will give to those who have never before examined into the matter a proper appreciation of Savannah’s Impor tance as the commercial emporium of the two most progressive States in the Southern section of the American Union. The Trade Issue of the Morning News, In addition to being sent to all the dally subscribers by carrier and mall, will be mailed to every subscriber to the Tri Weekly News, the Weeki-T News and the Southern Farmer'* Monthly, which, with the copies sect out to addresses furnished us by our advertisers, will give it an aggre gate circulation of 20,000 to 25,000 copies among 100,000 people who lock to the Morning News for Information on all sub jects, and who represent the purchasing Interest of their localities. This edition will thus find Its way Into every household In the Immense area of country directly tributary to Savannah, and at a time when the people have means to purchase and are buying supplies for the fall and winter, and when an advertisement will have the effeet of a direct communica tion from the merchant to the buyer. Advertisements prepared and estimates furnished on application at Morning News counting room. Kates as usual. Postponement. In consequence of the erroneous imprer slon that the banquet to the visiting Odd Fellows would take place to morrow (in stead of to night) at Masonic Temple, tie President of the Youths’ Historical Society, Mr. Sam S. Guckenbelmer, notified tne members that their usual pleasant enter tainment, which is given In the same build ing I Masonic Temple), would be postponed until Thursday, the 18lh. A line and in teresting programme had been selected, and there will be many,who bad anticipated with pleasure this entertainment of the Youth*, disappointed. Their next, however, we are sure will make all amends. Arrival or Immlgrauia. F. E. Bu r ke, E*q , of Meears. A. C. Bell & Cos., of Americas, Ga., arrived here tester day by the City of Macon from New York with twenty immigrants, consisting of Ger mans, Bohemians and English, who have been engaged as farm laborers for people In Bout owe. tern Georgia. This firm are agents for the National Line of Bteamablps In this State, and have made arrangements by which they will receive immigrants by every steamer from Europe, and will thus be able to supply any demand for farm labor. An other lot of Immigrants will arrive heie by the next steamer from New York. - • Fire In the Country. Yesterday morning about half past one o’clock the grocery store and dwelling of L. K. Myers, at Telfair bridge on the Oge< < bee canal, three miles from the clt y, was dis covered on fire. The flames spread rapidly, and the entire contents were de stroyed and the building burned to the ground, Mr. Myers barely escaping a terri ble death. The stock, furnlture and wear tng apparel were Insured for S7OO In the London Assurance Company. There wss no Ineurance on the building, which was owned by Mr. Myers. . * Stranger* la ttie City. There were a ..umber of strangers in the city yesterday, the register of the Marshall House alone showing among many others the following: Miss Nannie Howard, of Bamegville: Giles T. Wiliams, Mi-s Annie Williams, Mis# J. R. Browne, John ¥ Clegg and wife. Miss Belle Robertson, of Colum bus; Henry Buve, Esq , Mayor, Athens, <ia ; Adolph Brandt, Etq , with 12 dele gate*, from Augusta; J. Cuthbert Bfaecut, wife and daughter, Augusta; Jas. L. Gow, E#q , of the Augusta Evening Neve*. •‘lt goes right to the spot.” This homely but expressive phrase adequately describes the effect of a glass of Hub Punch drank with hot water or Iced, with lemonade, soda water or milk. Ready oo op*r leg. Every sideboard should have P Bold by dealers gsaerallyatli 25^b.Lle. 3lattra and Tblacs LatssltallT Noted. County Commltfiooero will meet to-d*J jfrj barrels of rice were aokd here yester day. Tne Savacnah Mutual Loan A joe-elation meets to-night. Tnere were no ckarasees at the custom bouse yesterday. The snsrerm-f at the Poilce Court yester day amounted to 88. Tte Odd Fellows will be barqnetted to night at Masonic Temple. The deaths In Chsriestoc last week cam oered 41—whites 8, colored 32 Tnere wCi be no meeting of Golden Rule Lodge No. 12, L0.0.F., to-night. 3'7 barrels of rosin and 4fl casks of spirits of 'arpenttoe were sold In this market yea terday. Tat steamship Saragossa left yesterday far Baltimore with a good freight and a camber of passengers. Car* will be run ou the Whitaker street -atiroad every ten minutes, from 6 to 11 o’clock, to Concordia Park. Tbs Jasper Greens have their excuraion to Tybee this afternoon. The steamer will .eave the city at 2JO and fi p. m. There was only one arrest recorded a*, the police barracks up to one o’clock this morn ing—Nancy Gordon for con tempt of court A fine msp of the Ssvannab harbor, upon which are p.alaly delineated the lights that are shortly to be placed in position, may be in tne counting room of the Morning News. The Emmet Bsae Bali Cub have lasned s challenge to play any club composed of members under sixteen year* of age. Gom muideations will be received by Captain Pa ne, of the Emmet. Tee stesmer Katie brought five bales of new cotton amongst her freight yesterday from landings on the Savannah river—one from Hsga S’.aga, one from Stoney Bluff and three from Matthews’ B.uff. Mr. Luke Csrson. the well known clever and popular proprietor of the livery stables on Broughton street, leaves to-dav for New Yorg by the eteam*hip City of Savannah. He will be accompanied by his family. Col. G. W. Wyl y has left for Saratoga, accompanied bv bis wife, to remain until cool weather. He has not been in perfect health recently, and hi* numerou* friends •ru* - that bis visit to the springs will be beneficlaL J.ck-Jones and Sarah Jones, the colored couple who had such a lively time in their oouse on Monday night aid were arrested, were amlgned before the Police Court TMterday .nd obtained a continuance of their cases. Mr. Tbos. F. Thomson spent yesterday In Macon, visiting bis father and mother. Mr. Thomson Is a representative Mac n boy, but has for years held a responalble position in a Savannah banking house. — Macon Telegraph. H. W. G., In a recent letter in reference to atrip to Belle Meade, says: *T cannot forbear regretting that one of the hor?e* driven by Hon. 1) C. Bsc <n, Jadge Twi?g, cd Mr. E. P. Howell dropped dead just before he reached tbe Belle Mesde gates.’ Harbor Llgbta. We have been shown a chart sent to Col. Elward C. Anderjon from the Light House office in Washington, upon which li map ped out the location of the lights to be put up along tbe line of the Savannah river under the appropriation of fido.OOO, obtained at the las*, ses-lon of Congress for that pur pose. There will be thirteen lights In all. Passing the sea bar, and beading In on the range lights on Ty*>ee Island, the turn into the roads is indicated by two range lights placed on Haufuskle island,following which there are two range lights on Jones’lsland stretching from the eastern margin on Back river, to Venus’ Point, Intersecting the range* on Daufu-kle, and guiding vessels up to the turn at the Knoll channel, where tbe range lights on tbe est end of Long Inland are to be followed. From this point up the lighted beacons on the banks of the river Indicate be coarse to be steered. At the head of E.ba Island, where the abrupt turn is to be made to cross over towards tbe Mackay’s Point side, there are two range lights to be establish ed—one on tbe margin of tbe stream tbe other set back Inland. The course hence up to the city Is of easy access. The entire system la simple and beautiful In Its design, and will make the Savannah one of the best lighted rivers in the country. The light-house engineer In the Immediate charge of tbe work Is aware of the necessity for completiag this at tbe earliest date prac ticable, and K Is expee'ed that the lights will be up and In operation for the winter’s buslneis A “nun buoy” Is to be put down at the turn near the head of E:ba I-lacd im mediately. Hodv Krtuvfrtd-110 Inquest Held Tbe (tody Not Removed. The body of Henry Jones, the colored boy who was accidentally drowned by fall ing from a sloop at the Exchange dock on Monday afternoon, was recovered yesterday afternoon about half-past four o’clock. Tbe Coroner was notified at once, but not re sponding after a reasonable time, a second message, we are Informed, was sent him, but he took no action. The parties with whom the boy stopped complain that they re ceived no satisfaction, and are without in structions as to the disposition of the body. If the Coroner considered there was no ne cessity under the circumstances to hold an Inquest It would seem he should have given a certificate to that effect, in order that the body might have have been promptly and properly interred. As this was not done, tbe body lay on the slip from half-past 4 until the present writing (two o'clock a. m.), *nd no arrat.gr ments hid then been made fer Its removal, the parties willing to take charge of tbe remains being afraid to do so without Instructions. This is a mat ter that should receive the attention of the cltv authorities. I: is certainly wrong that a body should remain thus exposed on a wharf slip in the heart of the city for hours. Grand Dlaplar l Fireworks at Con cordia Park. This evening there will be a grand display of fireworks at Concordia Park, and It is predicted that tbe exhibition will exceed in magnitude and brilliancy any ever hereto fore given In Savannah. Particular care will be taken to prevent the presence of disreputable characters, and to Insure per fect order special officers will be In attend ance, and ts a guarantee the grounds will be under the management of the following committee of gentlemen who have kindly agreed to ad: Messrs. H. Hamilton, Chair man; N. K. Piatshek, F. M. Readlck, L. J. Hanley, H. G. Appel, F. Stover. Tbe concert will begin at 6 o’clock p. m. There will t>e dancing on tbe platform, commencing at 7:3oo’clock, and continuing throughout tbe evening. Tbe fireworks will commence at 8:30 o’clock, and the pro gramme publli-hed will be carried out strictly. The Republican Blues Brass Band has been secured, and will discourse the music for tbe occasion. Admission 50c.; children, under 12 years, 25c., Including car fare. Tbe Evangelization of Africa. We are informed that Rev. Wm. Rose, of the Second African Baptist Church of this city, a worthy and well known colored mis sionary, has accepted the appointment as a special minister to collect funds to aid in the evangelization of Africa. Key. Rom Is known to the colored people throughout the State, and is one of the founders of the Zion Baptist Association, of which L. L. Houston is Moderator. Tbe appointment was made by Abraham Burke, the special agent for tne African Repository In this city, aud as soon as it Is confirmed by the American Association at Washington K-v. Rise will commence bis duty. He will be assisted In bis public lectures by Abraham Burke as the work cjntlnues. Tbe Kaytonsli military. Tbe following we clip from the Atlanta Itat-Ajjxal: “Bavannab, with heru*ual Independence and self-reliance, does not wait for tbe State to give her military an appropriation for the Yotktown Centennial, but is to send two grand Old companies—tbe venerable Chatham Artillery and tbe Irish Jasper Greens. Tbe latter company is also an his toric and gallant corps. Their record in the Mezlcsu war was brilliant in all respects, and tbeir commanders have been among tbe most able and honored citizens of BaVan nah. Gen. Henry R. Jackson, father of Capt. Harry Jackson, of thia city, wan its commander before be became Colonel of Georgia regiment in tbe Mexican war, and he baa Deter loat hU lutereat lo tbe corn pany. Should this eloquent orator and eminent lawyer accompany the Jasper Greens to Yorktown, as be probably will, Georgia will have one distinguished repre sentative present.” Corns and Bunions, which often tißlct yonng persons, making their walk anything but tbe “poetry of motion,” can be cured by Coussens’ Lightning Liniment, which is also sd excellent remedy for Rheumatism, Lame Bsek and Neuralgia.— Ach. Now tbe Time To buy Dining Room Furniture, and every thing else in the Furniture line, at a great sacrifice. Allen & Lindsay.— Adv. Country merchants Will find “Job lots” Winter Clothing at K. Ueldt’s, 138 Congress street. — Adv. HaiUtng Hate, Bathing Shoes, All sizes, at LaFar’a.— Adv. ODD FELLOWS IN COUNCIL XEETLNG OF THE GRAM* EN CAMPMENT. • _____ Election of Officers Enthusiastic meeting of Oglethorpe Lodge- Grand Secretary Dettx's Noavealr ef Savannah—Heettag of tbe Orand Lodge To-day— List of Repreaonta tlvea—Banqaet To-night. The special train, which arrived here yes terday morning at half-past six o’clock, by the Savannah, Florid* and Western Rail way, via the Macon and Brunswick Rail road, brought a large number of tbe Odd Fellows of the State, accompanied by thetr families, the occasion being tbe assembling here of the Grand Encampment and the Grand Lodge of the State. They were re ceived at the depot and escorted to the Marshall House, which had been selected as their hesdquarter*. The fraternity in Savannah had made every preparation for the visitors and they were comfortably provided for. A* an nounced, the meeting of tbe Grand En campment of the State took place at Odd Fellows’ Hall, at 8 o’clock In the morning, as the annexed will show : MXETISG or THE ESCARPMENT. The R W. Grand Encampment of I. O. O. F. of Georgia met in annual convention veaterday, and, after their usual order of business, an election of officer, for the eD eulng year was held with the following result: Emmett A. Heard, Griffin, M. W. G. Patriarch. Chae. H. Dorectt, Savannah, M. E. G. High Prieat. Geo. H. Merrifield, Atlanta, R. W. G. Senior Warden. John G. Deitz, Macon, R. W. G. Scribe. John 8. Tyson, Savannah, R. W. G. Treisorer. John F. Howard, Barnesvtlle, R. W. G. Junior Warden. C. A. Robbe, Augusta, R. W. G. Rep. to Sov. G. Lodge. Geo. G. Wilson, Savannah, W. G. Mar shal. J. E M*nn, Atlanta, W. G Sentinel. H J. Simonton, Griffin, W. G. Mesrenger. After the close of tbe session of the En campment, tbe members were taken In charge by the local brethren, and were well looked after, the afternoon being devoted to drives about the city and to the sub urban resorts. MEETING or OGLETHORPE LODGE. The regular meeting of Oglethorpe Lodge No. 1, the oldest Lodge In tbe State, was held last night, and was very largely at tended, the session being peculiarly i’n’er estlcg and enthusiastic. Among many visiting brethren present was the Worthy Grand Secretary, John G. Deitz, of Macon, a veteran member of Oglethorpe Lodge, and who, In compliment to the brethren, wore a magnificent Past Grand Master’s jewel, a present from Oglethorpe Lodge, as a testimonial of tbeir regard. Tbe jewel Is one of tbe most elegant we have ever seen, being of pure gold, very heavy, and ex quisitely designed snd inscribed. The ob verse shows the symbols of tbe office and the order. On tbe reverse is inscribed the following: • : 1846. 1876. : : Oglethorpe Lodge No. 1, L O. O. F., of : Savannah, to : P. G MASTER JOHN G. DEITZ. as a mark of their esteem, for his devotion . : to the principles of Odd Fellowship. • This jewel wss presented to P. G. M. Del’z at the session of tbe Grand Lodge at Dalton on August 10th, 1878, by P. G War den T. A. A6kew, of Oglethorpe Lidge, *Dd as of Interest in this connection—the matter never bsvlDg been referred to but briefly heretofore—we give tbe following account of the presentation, which excited coi slderable comment in the Grand Lodge at the time. It occurred during a recess of the Lodge, when P. G. Warden T. A. Askew, claiming attention, thus addressed the members: M. IF. Orand Matter and Brothert: I claim your attention for a few minutes Id order to perform a duty entrusted to me, and one of much importance. It has been thought ad visable by those whom I represent to bring ro your notice certain proceedings of the Lodge to which I belong, as they ’cflect on tie character cf a member of ths Grand Lodge; jea, an officer of this gr-.: 1 body, and before the accused shall c luue to exercise the duties of his office, ha: consent el that a hearing should take place at this time. Serious charges hsve been preferred against said brother in Oglethorpe Lodge, touching his character ae a gentlemac and an Odd Fellow. After a loug and careful inves’.lga'ion I am compelled to sty tbe charges were all sustained and Oglethorpe Lodge has been compelled to pass sentence on tbe accused. Said charges are against your Grand Secretary, John G. Deitz. [The memlere of tne Grand Lodge during tbe remarks of the speaker were filled with anxiety, and tbe countenance of every one Indicated the deep Interest manifested In the case, but when the name of Grand Secre tary Deitz was uttered, it would be impossi ble to portray tbe scene; the astonishment exhibited by every member was really pain ful to behold. The Grand Secretary him self, raising from his chair with pallid face and outstretched arm, was a picture which will be ever remembered ] The speaker paused until the accused at tempted to speak, when remarking, “1 have the floor!” proceeded: He Is charged with having been initiated In Oglethorpe Lodge No. 1 in the early part of 1845, when Odd Fellowship, though young in Georgia, yet had increased since 1842, when Oglethorpe Lodge No. 1 was Instituted, from one to eleven Lodges wltb fourteen hundred members, and at the time when Oglethorpe Lodge bad two hundred and seventy-five members in good standing. Of that number tbe names of but nine are now on tbe roll, and the most active of these is the accused. He Is charged with having held within tbe last thirty-one years all tbe offices within the gift of Oglethorpe Lodge and all the offices within the gift of this Grand Lodge. He is charged with having been one of five members, when Oglethorpe Lodge was In a decline, to have met week after week, month after month In regular session and thereby kept, the Lodge from forfeiting Its charier. He Is charged with having kept his membership for thirty one years In tbe Lodge In which he was iultia led, though be removed hts residence four teen years ago from without its jurisdic tion. He is charged with that for thirty one years be has been a true Odd Fellow; that he, during that time, nobly battled for tbe principles of the Order, and has ever merited the 'esteem and respect not only of the brothers of his own Lodge,butof the jurisdiction of Georgia and of the United States. In consideration of tbe*e solemn charges, he was arraigned, found guilty, and the fol lowing sentence pronounced : “That in consideration of all the facts set forth, Oglethorpe Lodge have prepared a Past Grand Master’s jewel, and that the same be suitably Inscribed and her represen tative to the Grand Lodge of Georgia pre sent the same.” 1 being the party who preferred the charges, the representative of Oglethorpe Lodge has requested me to carry out the sentence. lam now ready to da so. P. O. Matter John O. iMitz: Words cannqt express the pleasure It affords me In carrjs- Ing out the sentence of Oglethorpe Lodge No. t. Accept therefore, sir, a copy of the proceedings In which tbe charges and the sentence pa*sed are embodied, and accept this Past Grand Master’s Jewel from Ogle thorpe Lodge No. 1, a* a mtrk of her high esteem for you as an old,true and tried Odd Fellow. May the emblems of the order which are engraved upon this jewel ever keep vividly In your mind the mission of Odd Fellowship. May your future life be as fruitful In good deeds aDd noble works as your past has been. May the same zeal in behalf of the order ever characterize your dally walk. May you ever look upon this gift as coming from a band of brolhtrs, who appreciate tbe long and useful life of a faithful and beloved brother, and the pleasure It affords them to reward him with some mark of their appro bation. May many years roll by before the hand of time shall cause you to cease from your labors in tbe cause of Friendship, Love and Truth, aDd may you at the end of this pilgrimage here below receive for a faithful and useful life a more glorious reward above. [Tne resolutions adopted by Oglethorpe Lodge as Instructions concerning the pre sentation wera read bjr P. G. W. Askew, but It ts not necessary In this connection to repeat them.J RBefoisx or zona a. deitz, k. w. grand MCRETAKg. Mod Worthy Orand Mutter and Brethren : It would be difficult to describe tbe feelings of your Grand Secretary as he heard the Introductory remarks of tbe speaker (his friend and brother), whose grave face Indi cated how strong were his own emotions, performing a duty intrusted by his Lodge, however reluctant to him. The accused, with every feeling of bis sensitive nature aroused, rose from bis chair to demand a hearing; but the emphatic “I have the floor, sir,” silenced him, concluded that he was the victim of a conspiracy. When Brother Askew proceeded to make known the charges, tpecitying particularly each one, your Secretary was entirely overcome by a revulsion of feelings. Hence be could only plead guilty to the soft impeachment, promising that at some future time he would make a suitable reply. Thanking tbe Grand Idge for the interest manifested in hts behalf and Oglethorpe Lodge No. 1 for the beautiful testimonial,and Brother P. G. Warden T. A. Askew for hit long continued friendship, invoking upon all the blessings of the Great Grand Master above, I accept this beautiful gift in the spirit in which it Is tendered, and shall preserve it for tbe memories of tbe past as well as for tbe emotions It arouse* at the preeent. MEETING or THE GRAND DODGE TO-DAT. The annual meeting of the Grand Lodge of tbe State will be e"ravened at 9 o’clock this morning at Odd FeOowa’ HalL The session will be very Interesting and impor tant. and, with necessary recsseee, Mill doubtless occupy the entire dav up to 10 Velock tt*s evening. The reoortsof tbe severs! officers will be presented, and the election of officers for the ensuing year will take place. The following members will be present: REPRESENTATIVES. No. I—J. H. H. Osborne, Oglathorpe, Savannah. No. 2—C. J. S'roberg, Franklin, Macon. No. 3—A. R. Fawcett, Live Oak, Savan nah. No. 5—L. 8. Hill, United Brothers, Ma con. No. B—J. W. Johnson, Muscogee, Co lumbus. No. B—John F. Clegg, MuJ-cogee, Colom bo*. No. 7—M. M. Conner, Washington, Au gust*. No. 7—S. P. Hunt, Washington, Au gu*t*. No. B—John J. Hunt, Jr., Cherokee, Ms rift'a No. B—Joseph 8. Wilhington, DeKalb, Sa vannah. No. 10—Jos. S. Bean, Milieu, Augusta. 'No 12—John Cooper, Jr., Golden Rule, Savannah. No. 12—D. A. Spring, Golden Rule, S* vanoah. No. 15—John H. Mealor, Williams, Athens. No. 20—J. L Biss, Warren, Griffin. No. 24—L. C. Ryan, Anderson, Hswk’ns- Tille. No. 28—W. 8 Grsmling, Central, Atlanta. No 28—J. A. Gramllng, Central, Atlanta. No. 40—Jo* 8 Wingfield, Rome, Rome. No. 44—J. B. Richardson, Stewart, Lump kin. No. 55—J. K. Thrower, Bsrnes, Atlanta. No. 58—Cnarles Kolsborn, Haupt, Savan nah. No. 58—F. Bchonem*n, Germania, Macon. No. 60 —J. C. Rogers, Capitol, Atlanta. No. 60—E J Roach, Cauitol, Atlanta. No. 63—T. E Murphy, R. E. Lee, Barnes ville. No. 64—C. A. Lilly, Air Line, Gaines ville. No. 65—J. W. Merks, Love, Jefferson. No. 68—A. C. Ward, Sea Port, Brunswick. No. 71—Isaac Guthmsn, Schiller, Atlanta. No. 74—J. C. E*ds, Dswsonville, Dswson vUle. No. 76—Elward Jackson. Perry, Perry. No. 77—J. B. Weir, Oak Grove. Athens. No. 78—F. F. Divles, Flowery Branch, Flowery Branch. No. 81—J. O. Ingram, Powell, High Shoals. No. 87—W. K. Brock, Northeastern, Maysviile. No. 80—John M. Stone, Nicks Jack, Smyrna. N>. —J. P. Rosser, Conyers, Conyers. No. 94—T. M. Swift, Eiberton, Elberton. No. 95—C J. Ward. B4BQUBT TO RIGHT. A grand compllmenta'y benefit will be given bv the Old Fellows of Savannah to the Grand Lodge this evening at Masonic Tern pie, corner of Liberty and Whita ker streets. The member* of tbe Savannah lodges will assemble la the hall of the Knights of Pythias (in the • ame building with the lodge room of tbe Odd Fellows) at half past nine o’clock to night for the purpoee of escorting the Grand Lodge to the Maronic Temple, where a banquet will be spread bv Mr. John Bres nan, tne popular host of tbe Marshall House. The Grand Lodge will probably finish their business by a quarter to ten o’clock, when the procession will be Imme diately formed and thy will be escorted to the Temple. EXCURSION TO TTBBK. To morrow afternoon the visiting brethren will, under the auspices of the Savannah Lodges, make a grand excursion to Tybee Island. There will be two steamers, the H. B Plant aud David Clark, aDd on each will be a fine band of music. Oa the re’urn from Tybee one steamer will leave at eight o’clock and the other at ten o’clock at night, thus making a trip up the river by moonlight. MED.IL OF CARDINAL RICHE* LIEU. Sliver, Size 32 American Scale, by I. Marin. Every theatre-goer in the land is familiar with the name of Itiehelieu! Therefore it would be superfiuous egotism on our part to attempt an historical sketch, as is usual in noticing monuments attributed to illustri ous personages, but we simply give to our readers a condensed description of tbe medal, which was shown us by a gentleman of this city, who prizes it highly. This medal bears on tbe ohverte the bust ac 4 head of R'cbelleu (facing to the right) in bis Cardinal’s robe and cap. The legend reads, “AKMANVS IOHN, CARD. DE RICHE LIEV’ (Armand John, Cardinal de Richelieu), under bust, “I. WARIN.” The portrait resembles In all re spects the palntlDg of Richelieu by Philippe de Champagne, at the National Gallery In London. The reverse has in the centre tbe Earth, surrounded by the Heav ens, typified by seven stars —alongside of which hovers a cupld. Motto: “MENS 81- DEKA VOLVIT.” (His mind meditates upon the stars.) In exergue, 1631. The year 1631 was one of great success for Richelieu. Warin was a well known French engraver, and this specimen Is one of interest to numismatists. Skill In the Workshop. To do good work the mechanic must have good health. If long hours of confinement In close rooms have enfeebled his hand or dimmed his 6lght, let him at once, aud be fore some organic trouble appears, take plenty of Hop Bitters. His system will be rejuvena’ed, his nerves strengthened, his sight become clear, and the whole constitu tion be bqllt up to a higher working condi tion. Not An Unusual Event for New Or leans, In the grand monthly drawing of the Lou isiana State Lottery at New Orleans, on July 12th, $30,000, the first capital prize, was won by ticket No. 78,112, half held by Jesse E. Webb, a well known jeweler on Gay street, West Chester, Pa., the other half by P. 8. Kearney, a journeyman with Warner A Searles, Washington street, Vicksburg. Mi6s. SIO,OOO, the second prize, by No. 22,647. held bv John Btnz, No. 7 Hope 6treet, Utica, N. Y., collected through Grands & Co.’s bank there. $5,000, the third prize, by No. 23,547, half held by Jas. O'Gorman, liquor dealer, No. 36 N. Dela ware avenue, rbiladelohia, the other by J. K. Hendrlck*OD, New York cltv. $2,500, tbe fourth, by Nos 97,455, 48,469, held by 8. Stein, 8. B. Pond, a well known music dealer, Union square, M. A. Bowen, care of Richard Morris, No. 166 Front street, New York city, etc. These are among many thousand fortunate ones. The next drawing will be September 13th, and M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La., should be written to at once by any Inquirer on that subject who wants to venture $1 or $3 on the matter.— Adv. Piles cured by Liebig Co.’s Arnicated Ex tract of Witch Hatel. Professor E. M. Hale, M. D., LL. D., of the Chicago Medical Col lege, says: “It has extraordinary power over this disease.” Professor Sidney Ringer, of tbe University Medical College, London, says: “I have found It singularly success ful.” Beware of worthless imitations. Also cures Rheumatism, Catarrh and Neuralgia. Sold In fifty cents and dollar sizes. For sale by O. Butler, Savannah, Ga. Solomon himself would be puzzled If called upon to decide which Is the more ex quisite—the Violet, West End Bouquet, or Stepbanotls of J. A E Atkinson. — Adv. Nainsook Under vests And fine Gauze, at LaFar’s.— Adv. L*Fir bas Reduced Straw Hats. 23 Bull street.— Adv. Why Will ibe People Talk About ust Our name is on everyone’s tODgue, not only In this city but In every city In the State. But their talk does us good, for we never misrepresent our goods. We advertise only what we have, and tell tbe truth. For instance, look at the figures below, and call and see us, then you will be convinced: All wool casslmere pants, $2 75 that other stores ask $4; genuine Middlesex flannel suits, sl2; all linen bosom shirts, 75 cents, worth $1 25; men’s and boys’ straw bats less than cost. Remember the place, Famous New York Clothing House, 140 Congress street.— Adv. MARSHALL HOUSE. Tbe Pride of tbe Soutb, now In lull blast, not only preaervea Its well earned reputation, bnt Is constant ly addins to It, aa mar be seen by tbe numbers wbo dally register. Clothing to Order, by Devlin Ac. Cos. Measures and samples at LaFar’s.— Adv. Take Care, lTouns Man. Save your money. Don’t stop to think how, but just go to the Famous New York Clothing House and buy your Clothing, Hats, Ac. Look at the prices below and give u a call: 4 ply Linen Collars, 15c., worth 25c; Linen Cuff*,4 ply, 25c,worth 40c.; also a full line of Gents’ Socks, Underwear, Tiea, Ac. 140 Congress street. — Adv. Colored Shirts, Neat Patterns, At low flguraa, at LaFar’a.—Adv, A TIP DECIDED. Interesting to Bill Clnba Decision of General Hancock. At the regular meeting for target practice of the Savaaaah Rifle Awoda‘lon oa the Sth u!t-, there was a tie between Dr. i. D. Martin and Mr. D. M. McAlpin, which pre sented to many niceties that it was difficult to decide by the members. In consequence of tbe diversity of opinion, it was determin ed to request the Secretary, Mr. John M. Bryaa, to refer tbe matter for Anal decision to General W. 8. Hancock, President of the National Rifle Association, and the result was the following correspondence, which settle* the point In dispute Savannah. Ga., July 16.1881. Gen. H'. S. Hancock. Preindent National Rifle Autonation, Governor’t Idand, Nat Turk. Dear Sir—At our regular practice, July Btb, among the scores made was tbe follow lrg (20 rounds; at 200 yards, and 5 rounds at 300 yards, military rifle*: TWO HUNDRED TAKDi. J. D. M 4 4 4 4 4—4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 4-4 5 5 4 4—83 D- M. McA 4 553 4—4 5453 4 4 4 4 4—4 4 4 4 5—83 THREE HUNDRED YARDS. J. D. M 44 4 4 3—19. Total 102 D. M. McA 4 4 3 4 4—19. Total 102 The question bas arisen, which is the best 6Core. under the rules of your association, deciding ties* WDI you have the kindness to examine them minutely and advise me as to your decision. Very truly yours. Jno. M. Brian, Secretary and Treasurer 8. R. A. GENERAL HANCOCK’S REPLY. Governor’s Island, N. Y., < July 31, 1881. f Mr Dear Sir—l am In receipt of your letter of tbe 16ih instant, asking for a de cision as to the winner of the scores sub mitted. I refer you to tbe communication enclosed, from the Secretary of the Na tional Rifle Association, Colonel Frank J. Donaldson. I also enclose one from the lorpector of Rifle Fractlce of this division, which is worthy of notice. He is considered an expert in such matters. I am, very truly yours. Winpteld 8. Hancock. 7b Jno. M. Bryan, Secretary 8. R. A., Sav annah, Ga. COLONEL DONALDSON’S BEPLT. New York, July 25. 1881. General W. S. Hancock, Prt*iderU, N. R. A. of America: Dear Sir—lo reply to your communica tion, dated July 20tb, Inst., I have the hon or to return herewith the enclosure#, and to reply that according to tbe N. R A. rules (section 4of article xlll.) J. D. M. is the winner or maker of best score of the tie be tween him and D. M. McA. Very truly your*. F. J. Donaldson. [Note —A copy of the rules of the Na tional K fle Association was enclosed in the above letter.J Headquarters Militart Division ( or the Atlantic, r Governor’s Island, N. Y.. July 21, 1881. ) Captain John 8. Wharton, Aide de Camp : Bir—Referring to tbe request of the Sec retary of tbe Sivannah R fl- Association, of date July 16 h, for decision as to tbe better of the two scores submitted, I beg to say that, under tbe rules, the decision should be arrived at as follows (see page 8, rules enclosed). Tbe totals at the longest distance leaves still a tie on 83 and 19 points each, aggre gate 102 (rule 1). Then, under rule 4, as J. D. M. made but one Inner, he is the winner, as bis competi tor made three. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, H. G. Litchvirld, Capt. 2d U. 8. Artillery, on Special Duty. “In my family I have used B'. Jacobs Oil for a year,” writes E. W. Hopkins, the B. 6c N. Steamship Cos., Boston, “and in cases of neuralgia, rheumatism, sprains, bruises and the like, I can And nothing to equal it. My wife was troubled with neu ralgia in her shoulders and limbs for more than one year, and after two applications of the Oil found a sudden relief.” HARNETT HOUSE. Tkta Favorite Family Hotel, Under It* New Msaa-emeol, I* Recom mended for the Excellence nf It* Calatne, Homelike Comforts, Prompt Attention and Moderate Rates. Harnett Ac George, Pro prietors. ARRIVALS ACOCST #. Rev L C Burch, Buck Creek, Ga; J Scripture!, Hartford, Conn: Robert 8 Stewart, Jasper, Fla; "lheoN Winn, Liberty county. Ga; Cbas Homburg. New Orleans; 8 E Haines. River. 8 C: J H Pullen, W a Carter, Georgia; W K Harrison, Biuffton. Ga; E 8 Jones, Jonesville. Ga; Capt A C Cabanisa, steamer Katie; J B Fraser, So 3 8. F& W Ry; J E Durr, South Carolina; J D Starr, Baltimore; P Sheridan, Atlanta: F E Burk, Amecicus; G W Smith, Hwainsboro; FR Klien. Hilton Head; J P Fer guson and wife. Petersburg; W A Taber and wife. Miss Nellie Taber, Philadelphia: W Nichols. Bruton; JG Medlock. steamer Katie: J B Cantwell, Charleston; 8 B Lowery, Mrs J Davis and child, New York. Meepleaaneas. Narcotics and sedatives murder sleep; the unnatural stupor is soon followed by ill effects. Simmons Liver Regulator removes the caqee of restlessness and sleeplessness by regulating the bowels, by establishing good digestion and by quieting the nerves. Try it, snd you will soon know the blessing of good health and sound sleep. “I have been a great tuff-rer from dys pepsia and loss of sleep. As soon as I feel the leat nervous I take a dose of Simmons Liver Regulator, and sleep all nleht. “Mrs. R Bryant, — Adv. “Grlswoidsvllle, Ga.” Notice. To avoid delay all letters and orders should be addressed to the proprietor, or to the Mornino Nrws, and not to any attache or employe of the office. Buy tbe King of Shirts, “Tbe best and cheapest In the world.” E. Heldt, Sole Agent for the Manufacturer. Adv. E. Heldt, Is closing out Bummer Clothing and Hats cheaper than he bas ever done before.— Adv. Liebig Co. ’a Coca Beef Tonic. “Asa counteractant to debilitating In fluences (lassitude, nervous depression, de bility, malaria, dytpepsia, liver complaints, heart affections, dropsical troubles, de rangements of the stomach and bowels) It is Invaluable,” says Professor F. W. Hunt, M. D., Honorary Member Imperial Medical Society of Bt. Petersburg, Russia, etc. All who are run down and debilitated should take it. Beware of imitations. For sale by O. Butler, Savannah, Ga. Prof. W. H. Robinson and Prof. 11. W. Cards’ celebrated orchestra are engaged for the season at Chalybeate Springs. Furniture and Carpel*. Great reduction io prices at Allen & Lindsay’s —Adv. Bargain* 1 Rargalua! We are selling out our ;tock at greatly reduced prices, to make room for fall stock. Allen & Lindsay.— Adv. The Beat to Be Had. The best Bedroom Bets, Parlor Bets, Book Cases, Sideboards, etc., In the city, all at Allen A Lindsay’s.— Adv. White and Brown Duck Helmets, In variety, at LaFar’s.—Adt. White Vests, White Vests, At LaFar’s.— Adv. Klefler’s Pernvtan Cure Has no equal la this country. Even the doctors say It will cure Chill*, Fever, Dumb Ague, Night Bweats, 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 Edward J. Kleffer, Savannah, Ga. — Adv. Chalybeate Springs Is the most popular resort In the Bouth. Everything first-class. At Cost. Preparatory to my change in location, from this date my entire stock will be offered at and below New York cost. The stock embraces the handsomest goods in the city In my line. Special attention Is di rected to the assortment of Black Good*, Silks, plain and brocaded, at special bar gain, Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets, Ladies’ snd GenU’ Neck Wear. This is the last week for my Kid Gloves. Ladies, call and get a supply. H. C. Houston, 141 Congress street.— Adv. Manilla Hats, all Colors, At LaFar**.— Adv. Bargains In Summer Clothing and HaU to be had at E. Heldt’s.— Adv. White Dross Shirts and Collars And Fancy Cuffs, at LaFar’s.—Adv. Light Jean a Drawers, For summer wear, at LaFar’a—Adv. THE COTTON CHOP. Repot I for the !Soulb of Jaty. We have received from E. F. Bryan, Esq., Superintendent of the Savannah Cotton Ex j change, the following report of the Com ■ mlttee on Information and Sadistic* for the month of July, condensed from replies of correspondents from sec'ioni allotted to It 1 by the National Cotton Exchange: i anoEcia eiohtt - eight replies from FIFTT FOCR COCJTTIES. The weather daring the month of July seems to have been Irregular, partial rains, and very hot, dry weather prevailing. Where the rains have fallen, however light, it has been reported as desirable, and In the dry, hot section the reverse. The plant is reported variously as to blooming, forming and boiling. The weed in many sections seems small and some shed ding and rust are advised, bat with little in -1 jury so far. Tne general tenor of advices concerning the crop is rather “mixed,” bat on the : whole not indicative of a favorable condi | tion. I; is fair to say that the reports are i not as good as last year. Picking has commenced in the lower counties sod will be general by the 2uth to j 25’b inst. The general impression seems to be that i with a seasonable August a large amount of | the reported injury may be repaired, and that a late fall will further increase the yield. From the sdvices received there seems to be such s feeling in the minds of most of the writers. The new cotton re ceived here, say aboat sixty bales, shows no evidence of premature development, be ing exceptionally good In color and charac ter. The weather since August Ist has been showery, and doubtless the needed moisture has benefited the suffering sections, rLOEIDA TWESTT TWO REPLIES FROM THIRTEEN COUNTIES. The weather in July has been favorable, except In a few instances, where it is said to have been too dry. The average of advices make it equally as good as last year, and the plant Is blooming, forming and boiling well. The condition of the erop is reported good, and the prospect seems to be about the same as last year. Picking of uplands will be general bv ibe 15 th Inst, and of sea Islands by the Ist of September. Caterpillars are not apprehended, and. in fact, there is a marked absence of the com plaints usual at this period. FROM STARKE TO PAIATKA. Jovial Hrd Vleu on a Jaant— Discom forts ol ibe Weather and Vexations of tbe Rail—A Royal Banquet bv Generous I'ouue Brave*. Temple's Mills, Fla , August B.— Editor Homing Netct: A petition having been for warded by a sufficient number of citizens of Palatka to the great council of the United States of the Improved Order of Red Men to be allowed to establish a tribe of the erder at that place, a dispensation was granted, and on the 4th Inst., Vice Great Incohonee C. Frank Hall, accompanied by the following chiefs of Osceola Tribe, suiting as great chiefs, C. C. Powell, W. Lake. L. Witkouski, G. W. McKin ney, Dr. J. O. Haynes and J. Jones started from Starke for Palatka to institute the tribe. Leaving Starke at 1:30 o’clock p. m , the run to Waldo was made, a change of cars here be came necessary, but as the trains were close together this caused but lit tle trouble and no delay. Leaving Waldo on the Peninsular Road, ail were highly pleas ed at the good condition of the road, and com plimented the authorities on their work, but before Hawthorne was reached we learned ihat positive orders had been irs led for the trains not to stop at th<* junction of the Florida Southern Railroad. Thi*. indeed, was what we had not bargained for—a half of a mile to walk in tbe rain, was not pleasant, and caused con st ierable grumbling. Why travelers should be put to ibis inconvenience is surprising. The road from Waldo to Hawthorne passes through some very fine country, which is rap idly settling up, and many fine buildings and other improvements are seen. Boarding the cars of the Florida Southern Railroad at Haw thorne in a blinding rain we had but little op portunity to see the country until we had near ed our destination. Arriving in Palatka we were met by Messrs. Ackerman and Fry. who conducted us to Graham & Co.’s house, where a fine supper awaited us, to which we done qmple justice. At Bp. m we met in the hall, agL to say the least, were very agreeably sur prised at the fine body of men we met. Ad journing at midnight e were captured by our new made brothers and conducted to a ban quet given at our hotel for our especial benefit, i oast* were the order of the day (?>. At the wee sma’ hours of the morning all left, much pleased with each other and more devoted to the great principles of Freedom, Friendship and Charity. The new tribe is named “Semi nole,” and being started by men of high stand ing in society, will grow and make itself well known by its good works, and not only do good to its own but to ail around. 1 hare mlslxid the list of its officers, and can give you the names cf onlv two—Prophet, Mr. Ackerman; Sachem, Mr. Fry. On f riday morning our train was delayed in leaving by reason of the amount of iron to load, ana we feared we could not make con nection at Hawthorne, but Mr. Chas. C. Fuller, Assistant Superintendent, said that he wou’d do his best for us, and directed that the train go right throngh with the fewest stops possi ble. This is a narrow gauge road and leads through some fine country. The road bed is smooth, no jolting or unpleasant motion The concave bar joint is used, which makes the joint of the rail as solid as any other point. While on the train we met Mr. C. C. Boardman, tbe Land Commissioner of the road, who informed us that he had already sold about forty farms to actual settlers, that he was advertising in Italian and other Eu ropean papers, and would have his lands all settled as raoidiy as possible. I expect soon to make a trip over the road for the purpose of describing the soil, pro ducts, etc. As we neared Hawthorne there seemed to be no doubt but the connec tion would be made, but alas for our hopes, when about three miles from that place our engine broke down, and there we were, and although every exertion was put forth that was possible, the connection was not made. To assist us m getting home Mr. Fuller offered to take us to the end of his road, where we •ould get teams to Gainesville, seven miles distant. The offer was gladly accepted and a vote of thanks riven to Mr. Fuller for his ef fort* in our behalf. Mr. Wellbouse, the conductor of the train, when he arrived at the end of his road, sent forward a messenger and soon had a team which took us to Gainesville, where we waited until midnight for the freight train to take us home, where we arrived at 4 a. m. Saturday, somewhat tired and sleepy. W. Lake. HORNFOHD’S acio phosphite Imparts an additional zest to a glass of soda water. Ask your druggist to put a tea spoonful In your next glass. (Excursions and tfiruirs. Grand Afternoon Excursion -TO- T Y BEE —BY THE IRISH JASPER GREEKS —UN AVEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1891. STEAMER H. B PLANT will leave wharf foot of Drayton street at 2:30 p. m., and will leave Tybee Island at 10:30 v. m, A limited number of tickets will be disposed of by the following committee: Lieutenant E. J. Ken nedy, Chairman; Sergeant John M. Reynolds, Private Thos. O’Neal. Private Daniel Kennedy, Private J. J. Connolly, Exempt Pay Member J. J. Dillon, Exempt Pay Member Bernard Goode. The Guards Brass and t-tring Band will accompany the excursion. Gentlemen and boys over twelve years 75c. Ladies and children under twelve years 50c. Headquarters at the Ocean House. For Doboy and Satllla River. TlioßargoMary WILL leave from Deßence’s wharf THIS DAY at 4 p. m. for Doboy Island and land ings on the Satilla river. JNO. F. ROBERTSON, Agent SUNDRIES. rrK BARRELS CHOICE ROSE POTATOES. i•) <0 barrels Extra ROSE POTATOES. 25 barrels CHOICE CABBAGE. 15 barrels CHOICE ONIONS. 10 casks MAGNOLIA HaMS. For sale low by JOHN LYONS, Lyons’ Block. POTATOES. 100 BBLB. POTATOES Just received by C. L. GILBERT & CO , WHOLESALE QROCERB, Busbj’s Anti-Electric Alarms and Call Bells CAN be attached to any door knob, and ad justable as an alarm or call bell. Every housekeeper in this community should have one. It is a protection against sneak thieves. jamls mcuinley, York near Bull street. Also ob exhibition at PALMER BROS’. Save Your Cotton, FRUITS and VEGETABLES from Caterpil lars, Worms and Insects by the use of TRUE DALMATION INSECT POWDER. Get the best of G. M. HEIDT & CO.?Druggist s. KEISMNC’B NURSERY WHITE BLUFF ROAD. "OLANTS, ROSES and CUT FLOWERS. All i orders left at Savannah News Depot, oar ■ Ball and York streets, promptly filled GUSTAVE tWKCafa. Fn I ftsrfe W* IT.—Died, at the Tle of Hooe. An rust 6th. Ib* Mari is. infant daughter of Edwin P. and Mary D. Walt. “Safe in the arms of Jesus.” HOWE —Died, at Jersey Citv Heights, X. J . Tuesday. August ;th. Jennie Mildred, voungeet daughter of Capt, Robert X. and Kate Howe. Peelings. I. 0. O. F. All Odd Fellows not members of the Grand Lodge are requested to assemble at the Hall of the Knights of Pythias at 9 o’clock THIS EVENING to escort the Grand Lodge to the Banquet Hall, and to participate with them in the Banquet. THE COMMITTEE Golden Rule Lodge No 12. I. 0.0. F., Will hold no meeting TO-NIGHT, on account of Grand Lodge meeting J. W. FRETWELL, Secretary. Savaunah Mutual Loan Association. The sixth (6tb) regular monthly meeting of the Savannah Mutual Loan Association will be held THIS (Wednesday) EVENING at 8 o'clock, at Metropolitan Hall. Arorsr 10th, 1881. W. B MELL, President pro tern. H. G. Evkhitt, Sec'y. Sperial Notices. Notice to the Public. Attention is called to Ordinances relating to depositing of garbage, or trash of any kind, within one mile of the limits of the city. Any violation of these ordinances will be prosecuted to the extent of the law. J. t. McFarland, Health Officer. BonaTeature. The “Evergreen Cemetery Company” have for sale a number of burial lots in Bonaven ture, which they offer at reasonable price*. For further information apply to M. A. COHEN, Secretary and Treasurer, Bay street. THOUSANDS USE IT, WHY HESI TATE ? Joy to tbe World! Woman is Free! Among the many discoveries looking to the happiness and amelioration of the human race, none is entitled to higher consideration than Dr. J Pradfie’d's Female Regulator, “Woman's Beet Friend.” By it woman is emancipsted from numberless ills peculiar to her sex. Before its magic power all irregu larities of the womb vanishes. It cure* “whi-es,” suppression of the “menses.” and removes uterine obstruction*. It cures con stipation and strengthens the system, braces the nerves and purifies the blood. It never fails, as thousands of women will testify. Prepared by Dr. J. Bradfleld. Atlanta, Ga. Price SI 50 per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Thomasville. Ga.. June 28,1877. I have ben sellirg Kradfleld’s Female Regu lator for years, and it still continues popular— an evidence of its being all claimed for it. 1 can recall instances in which it afforded relief after all the usual remedies had failed. S. J. Cassels. Druggist. 2teu* Giiimt H Trade Issue. SEPTEMBER Ist, 18-1. the DAILY NEWS O will get into a handsome new dress, and on ttiat occasion we will publish our ANSUAL TRADE ISSUE. The edition will include 2,000 extra copies, which will be distributed over the counties of Spalding, Henry, Butts. Pike and Meriwether. The Trade Issue will be an ex cellent medium for the fail announcement* and advertisements of business men. The fol lowing rates are offered: 1 inch 5 l 00 column 4 00 column 8 00 1 column 12 00 Address C. A. NILES, Publisher. I, 2,3, FIRE ! WHITAKER CARS EVERY TEN MINUTES TO CONCORDIA PARK! FROM 8 UNTIL 11 O’CLOCK TO-MGHT. DON’T FORGET TO GO AND SEE THE Grandest Display of Fireworks EVER EXHIBITED AT THE SOUTH EDW. J. THO.HAB, Sup't 8., 8. & S. R, R. (gdtteatumal. The University of North Carolina N’EIT session will begin August 25th, 1881. Combines the advantages of the old Cur riculum, with special and extended instruc tion according to the University system. Con nected with it are schools of Law. of Medicine, and of Pharmacy. Special facilities given for practical studies, such as Analytical and Agri cultural Chemistry, Land Surveying, Drawing, Bookkeeping, Business Uw, Phonography.etc. Expenses, including tuition and room rent, 3185 to 3230 per annum. Address, for catalogue and particulars, KEMP P. BATTLE, LL. D„ President. Chapel Hill, X. C„ July 1. VIRGINIA FEMALE INSTITUTE, STAUNTON, VIRGINIA. .Hr*. Gen. J E. B. Sluart, Principal. MRS. BTUART will be aided by a full corps of superior teachers. The Principal de sires to mase teaching and training thorough, and to promote the best condition of mind and heart. Terms reasonable. All extravagance opposed. The next session begins September ]sth, and continues nine months. Catalogue sent upon application to the Principal. Mrs. J. E. B. STUART, Staunton. Va. Maplewood Institute FOR young ladies and gentlemen, 18 miles west of Philadelphia, located on the Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad. Courses of Study English, Scientific and Classi cal. Student* prepared for U. S Naval and Military Academies, and the best American colleges. A thorough chemical department. Reading taught by a first-class Elocutionist. Penmanship by a Professor, master of the beauties ol the art. A home-like department for little boys. Fourteen Instructors. JOSEPH SHORTLIDGE (Yale College), A. M., Principal, Concordville, Del. Cos., Pa. WESLEYAN FEMALE COLLEGE, MACON, GEORGIA, WILL begin Forty-fourth Annual Session September 21st. A full Faculty of ex perienced teachers. Advanced course of study. The best advantages in Music, Art, Literature and Science. Careful attention to all the wants of pupils. Prices moderate. Apply for Catalogue to Rev. W. C. BASS, D D., Principal. VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE, Lexing ton, Va. supplies, by a well arranged Cur riculum. full studies for an Academic Degree; and makes liberal provision for the special in struction of the Civil and Mining Engineer, the Chemist. Geologist and other industrial pur suit*. The Superintendent has been unable to fully meet the demand for graduates upon re munerative offers as Engineers. For particu lars address FRANCIS H. SMITH, Bup r t. IJAYARD TAYLOR, Poet and Traveler, said: 13 “I take great pleasure in recommending to parent* the Academy of Mr Swithin C. bhort fidge.” Hon. FERNANDO WOOD. M. C . said (1880): “I cheerfully consent to the use of my name as reference. My boys will return to you (for their fourth year) after their vacation.” For new Illustrated Circular address SWITHIN C. BHORTLIDGE, A M.. Harvard University graduate. Media,Pa..t2miles from Philadelphia. Southern Home School for Girls IS7 * 199 N. CHARLES ST., BALTIMORE, MD. MRS. W. M. CARY. MISS CARY. Establish ed 1842. French the language of the school. IT? DG WORTH BOARDING AND DAY 12 SCHOOL, for Young Ladies and Little Girls. MRS. H. P. LEFEBVRE, Principal. 59 Franklin street, Baltimore. Md The 19th School year w ill begin on THURSDAY, Sep tember 22d. 1881. GARNETT’S University School. Ellicott City Md. Principal, JAS. M. GARNETT. M A. LL.D. Reopens Wednesday, September 14th. Thorough preparation. j*oap, &c. "yHT PURE BLUE MOTTLED SOAP, genuine, 35 cent* a bar. BUFFALO LITHIA WATER 60 cents half gallon bottle. KEROSENE OIL 15 cents a gallon. FLORIDA WATER, genuine L. & K., 60 cents a bottle. BEIDLITZ POW DERS, full weight. 40cents abox. BT. CATHE RINE’S WATER 50 cents a bottle. AMERICAN CABTILE SOAP 5 cents a cake. BROWN’S FRENCH DUELING, best, 10 cent* a bottle. BEUBOW’S GENUINE ELDER FLOWKR SOAP 25 cent* half pound bar. Don’t believe our Blue Mottled Soap different from that sold by other druggists. It is ail the same and made by same firm. Jolinson tf? 00., Corner Broughton end Habersham it*. Gtiutiti. THE EED SBOCffTEoH 22 AND 221-2 BABSAHD BTKEET. ’ IS HUNG OUT A LIST OF LOW PRICES. RUSSAK db CO. Rear of Solomons cb Cos. ClftttSf. COMMON SENSE. If the object be to dress economically and a* becomingly possible, we have the most ample means, lor the bulk of trade is of that very sort. If the object be to clothe yourself ft the least possible money, nobody shall surpass us in that If till object be to make yonrelt a model of elegant propriety in dre * and propriety in dress, no matter how never hurt man yet. We are prepared to meet any or these demands arut Siarantee a considerable saving of money to all w ho wili patron. 6 US* L. HAKTFF db BRO., Amusements. POSTPONED! THE GRAND AND WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF FIBEWOES Announced to taka place on Thnreday even ing at CONCORDIA PARK, By PROF. ALFRED E. SELIGER, has been postponed until WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUG. 10. ON which occasion the citizens of Savannah will have an opportunity of witnessing one of the FINEST DISPLAYS OF FIRE WORKS ever exhibited in the South. Admission 50 cents, children under 12 years 25 cent*, including car fare. Music,Dancing & Refreshments £niii, <ftf. PEANUTS. POTATOES. Cabbage. LEMONS. CHEESE. CIDER. Reedy’s Monogram Whisky Is the Kin; Bee Whisky. Try it. De VENOGE CHAMPAGNE. PRUNE- and CURRANTS. OOCOANUTB, DATES. RAISINS. NUTS. LEMONS, LEMONS. SHERRY WINE. MUSCATEL WINII PORT WINE. Fi Wiies aid Liprs, In Glass and Wood. LLLL L L L EEEE E E E MMMM M M M 0000 O O o NNNN N N N BSBB S 8 8 O XIONS . J. B. REEDY, IMPORTER AND GROCER, COB. BAY AND WHITAKER STREETS. SAVANNAH, GA. Potatoes, Wages, WATERMELONS. 4 A A BARRELS NORTHERN POTATOES. lUU 50 barrels NORTHERN CABBAGE. 50 crates ONIONS. 2 care Choice AUGUSTA WATERMELONS. 100 boxes LEMONS, etc. For sale by P. H. WARD & CO., 8A VANN AH. GA. srg 6oods. Never think of the past, but take good care of the future. If you wish the dollar to go a long way go to JACOB COHEN’S, 152 BROUGHTON STREET. \TOU can buy a CHILD’B DRESS for 15c. 1 A handsome Tucked with Hamburg 75c. WHITE LAWN BASQUE, well made, 5Cc. Trimmed 75c. Hamburg Ruffled sl. A good CORSET for 25c., 35c., 50c., 75c., sl, worth double the amount. 500 dozen Gent*’, Ladies’, Misses’ HOSE at a reduced price. We cannot enumerate prices, but invite the public to use their good judgment and inspect our new stock, which is complete in all it* de partment*. Do not forget our large stock of Ladies’ and Children’s UNDERWEAR, the cheapest in tbe city. JACOB COHEN, 152 BROUGHTON BTREET. Pedirinal. LIDIA E. PINKHAM’S COMPOUND and PILLB, Lyon’s Periodical Drops, Allen's Medicated Boujtes, Tropic Fruit Laxative, Iron Bitters, Ditman’s Sea Salt, at G. M. Heidt & Co.’s Drug Store BORACINE! A SURE cure for PRICKLY HEAT and other eruptions of the skin. Nicely perfumed and one of the finest fsce as well as nursery powders. Get a package of Q. M. lIEIDT & CO.,Druggists. TONICS. WYETH’S Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Strych nia, Hegeman’s Kllxir Calisaya and Iron, Hubbel’s Elixir Calisaya and Iron. Wheeler’s Compound Elixir of Phosphates and Calisaya, Caswell’s Beef, Wine and Iron. Wyeth's Beef, Wine and Iron, and other Tonics, at STRONG’S DRUG STORE, Cor. Bull and Perry street lane. So srat FOR RENT, For the months of AUGUST and SEPTEMBER, the whole or a part of HoQSfi No. 1 Gordon Block, 00R. GORDON AND WHITAKER STS. Apply to DAVIS BROS. & CO. "NOTICE. WE hare purchased the CLUB STABLE. and are prepared to furnish close and open Carriages, Top and No-Top Buggies. Personal attention given to boarding hones Connected with Telephone Exchange. GLEASON £ HARMON. ©merles and yronsioos. Potatoes, ipples, Uoions, TURNIPS & CABBAGE. K AAA BUSHELS MIXED COEN s.ri bushels WHITE CORN 5 Odd &uhelj OATS. 50 sacks Bf A CK EYE PEAS. 50 sacks .TBGINIA PEANUTS 50 sacks itsNESgEE PEANUTS 500 bales NORTHERN HAY 500 baie. EASTERN and WESTERN HAY 40/00 pounds BRaN. CORN EYES. GRITS. MEAL. etc. For sale low by T. P. BOND, 151J4. 153 AND 355 BAY .STREET, Gnava Marmalade. WILL SELL DOW TO close A CONSIGN MENT. A. M. & C. W. WEST, LIBERTY AND WHITAKER STS, SMEB MACKEREL V 0XE f ' UCH BISCUITS. COCO M AGA IN ROONB. SNOW FLAKE and CREAM SODA. PINAFORE LEMON WAFERS. PINE APPLE DROPS, ORANGE MARMALADE in jars, MUSTARD SEED OIL, BAY' LEAVES, SAGO. FRENCH PRUNES. GLSGER ALE BOTTLED LAGER BEER. For sale by NICHOLAS LANG Jt BRO., Publications. THE SOUTHERN Farmer’s Monthly FOR AUCUST, 1881. CONTENTS: AGRICULTURAL— Work for the Month; Use of Manaret: Im proved Agricultural Tools: Georgia Coilards; The Action of Piaster; How Peanu r s are Cleaned and Prepar'd tor Market:Sul: Marsh Mud; Southern Fa-mere; Returns from Tliree Act**: Cornstalk Sugar: An Aged Tree. HORTICULTURAD- Strawberrie. Where they Grow and the Man ner of their Transportation: Propagat on by Layers: Tbe Weeping Willow; a g range Tree. It Gets Mad and Makes Itself Utterly Disag-eeabie: The CuJtivati :n of the Date Tree in Algeria: Borders for Grape Vines; Bg Trees; Budding Rose*; Grafting Pota toes. STUCK, POULTRY. Etc Correlation of Animal Form: Un&hod Horses; Founder; The Correct Way to Handle Rheep; Facts for Dairy Farmers; Fowl Cholera; How to Put live Bait on the Hook; Jersey Cows; To Prevent a Mare from Getting the Line Under Her Tail; Metals in the Bo<iy. HOUSEHOLD— A Good Gate Latch: Sending Poultrv to Market; Ladies' Work Stand: Scrap Book Brevities; The Value of Fish Food. CORRESPONDENCE— Storm Terrors; The Farmer's Interest in Phosphate Mining; South Florida Work for the Month; Sheep Raising: Mixed Farming; Queer Bread Materials; Fear of Disease. EDITORIAL— Farming, North and South; Extra Copies; Atlanta Cotton Exposition: What will Secure Southern Prosperity? Nothing on Earth no Good; Clover in the South: The Orher Side of the Silo Quest on; Prof. George R Gather; Josephine; Market Gardening Around New Y’ork. FASHIONS— Zanina Polonaise; Summer Traveling Cloaks; Garden Hats: Ravmonde Polonaise: Black Grenadine Costume; White Bunting Cos tume. MISCELLANEOUS— Bows and Arrows; Fancied Slights: Require ments for Admission to the ear: Ancient Temperance Pledge; A Hot Water River; Stephens' Advice to Young M-n; New Am monia Process; Yellow Fever; Mayor Beatty: A Turkish "At Home;” An Ancient Toast; Growing Old Gracefully: Residence of S. T. Logan. Knoxville, Tenn.; A Truthful Man; A Mistake Often Made: A Sample Village; The Art of Cboosing Jurors. Price $2 00 a year Single copies 20 cent*. For sale at the News Depots and at the office of publication. Remittances can be made by Money Order, Registered Letter or by Express at our risk. J. H. Eg TILL. 3 Whitaker street. NO. 8. Morning News Library. lie Map of Her loir, A NOVFL, BY MRS. MARY AUGUSTA WADE. PKICE, 20 CENTS. For sale at the News Depot*. F ent by mail, postage free, on receipt of the above named price. J H. ESTILL, Publisher, Savannah. Ga If gal ilotirr s. / ’ EORGLA, Chatham County.— Notice is V.T hereby given to all persons haiing de mands against JOHN H. FRIEL. deceased, to present them to me, properly made out, with in the time prescribed by law, so as to show their character and amount; and ail persons indebted to said deceased are hereby required to make immediate payment to me. July 12, 1881. francis e. McConnell, Administratrix estate' of John H. Friel, dec and. GEORGIA. Chatham County. Notice is hereby given to all persons concerned that I have made application to the Honorable the Court of Ordinary of Chatham county for an order of court authorizing the sale of all the real estate, stocks of incorporated companies and the personal property, belonging to the estate of MARIA WILLIAMS, decease.!, for the purpose of distribution among the heirs, and that said order will be granted at the Septern berTerm (1881) of said court, unless objections are filed thereto. August 3, 1881. HENRY D. HEADMaN, Administrator estate Maria Williams, dec J. /GEORGIA. Chatham County.—Notice is VI hereby given to all persons having de mands against Reverend PETErI DUFAL, de ceased, to present them at the Ordinary s office of this county,within the time prescribed by law, so as to show tbeir character and amount; and all persons indebted to said de ceased are hereby required to make immediate payment at said office. July 12. 1881. JOHN MOORE, Bishop of St. Augustine, qualified executor ot Rev.-A’eter Dufjyi, dec’d. . Office of the Commissioner or I Thx Freeds Alt's Savings and Trust ue-.r Washington, D. C., July 88, isl > NOTICE is hereby given to alls°H other creditors of THE FREEDMAN SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY . *“° re dg . not applied for the dividends here dared, that all claims against said must be presented at, or ror* or t jj e y office on or before AUGUST - • * distributed will be barred, and the CowpT. among the other creditors ot jjgi_ provided in the Act of Already received Depositors who forward their dividends should or through some re- SS accompanied with their address. received the three dl- Depoaitors who£*££K>uld NuT forward Ji d f a further dividend is declared, thsir books ud riii iw srivco of which due notice U jq^ s JiL y KNOX, Commissioner