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NIAGARA TO BE FREE.
1(8 Surrouudinas oil Both Sides Soon to lie Public Ground. from the y*M York Timm. NIAGARA Falls, Sept. 4.—There is no oubt that Niagara Falls as a pleasure „ gor t is undergoing an Important trans. formation. The example of the State of NeW York in establishing a public reser vation that Includes the chief points of Interest about the great cataract on the unerican side is to be followed by the Province of Ontario, and probably within ivear the surroundings of the Falls on with sides will be public ground. The necessarv authority has been given by the Provincial Legislature, a commission us surveyed and outlined the lands to be taken and the final awards to the present owners have just been announced. It only remains to have the work of the com mission approved and confirmed and the necessary appropriation made. The pres ent government is strongly in favor of earn ing the matter out, and there Is no doubt of the proper legislative action at the next session. The amount of land to be taken is about the same as that secured on the other side, while the cost will be considerably less, the awards amounting in the aggregate to $995,000. Some of the owners are not altogether satisfied with the amounts awarded to them, Mr. Bush, of New York, who owns a fine property just aoove the Clifton House, being es pecially aggrieved at being allowed only $34,000 for lands which be eraims to he worili $105,000, but there is to be no ap peal from the recent awara, and be will :iave to he content with the increased value of other property he owns in the vicinity which will doubtless tollow the establishment of the reservation. The public ground on the Canadian side will begin just across the road from the Clifton House, on the soutn. and extend shout two miles in that direction, taking in ihe tine slope up past the Horseshoe Pall and the Grand Rapids above, and in cluding the Cedar Islands, to which an admission fee of 500. is now charged. This will be about the only charge to be abolished, but the great improvement will consist in the removal of a line of un sightly shops and cheap bouses of enter tainment, including the museum, so called, and the restoration of the natural attractions of scenery which should form an appropriate inclosure for the Falls. The limits of the public ground on the two sides of the river will correspond closely with pach other, and will set back at a proper distance all incongruous ob jects. The Clifton House will retain its unparalleled situation, with its outlook directly upon the American Fall across the stream and the great Horseshoe above Goat Island. The work of improvement on the New Vork side is far from complete, several huildlnrs still remaining which are to be removed and the sites of others being left ragged and unkempt. Still, the effeot is already plainly visible. The relief in the way of the cost of seeing one of nature’s greatest wonders consists chiefly in doing iway with the fee of 25e. for entering Prospect Park at one side ot the Aroeri 3an fall and of (Wc. for getting upon Goat Island, which separates It from the Horse ihoe Fall and leads the way to the Three Sister Islands. where such a tine view is attained of the rapids above that huge sataraet. The public carriages, however, which have been set agoing by Superin tendent Welch afforded another relief of a rerv substantial character. They make t easy to reach all points of interest on be.Amerioan side at the small charge of 15c. for riding, and completes the subju gation of the backmen. But l am inclined to believe, from what hear,that tbe Niagara Falls hackman has lever been quite as black as be has been iainted, and that at present he is a toler iblv civilized being. Within Mr. Welch’s lominion, at all events, he has been sub dued to mild behavior and reasonable marges, and on the Canadian side he can le easily avoided or brought lo terms of which there is no reason to complain. Doubtless the completion ot the reserva tion on this side will bring a final solution to the question of carriage hire, which after all is not such an important one. I have seen no reason to believe that the hackman here is (exceptionally Importun ate or extortionate, and stall events he is not a necessity tor the full enjoyment of the place to those who are equal to a walk of two or three miles and back. In fact, nothing but the Whirlpool Rapids calls for a walk ot anything like that extent. The falls can be comfortably seen and en joyed without using a carriage at all. GOLD HUNTING DOAVN EAST. Supernatural Guards About tlie Treasures the Pirates Buried. From the New York Sun. Westerly. It. 1., Sept. 2.—Tbe Rhoclo Island farmer gives much of hia spare time to hunting for gold. Sometimes he hunts for mines, and now and then for the buried treasures ot pirates. Stealthily a party have been digging for buried hootv at night in a wild and chaotic region In the deep woods on the ebore of WsL ton'a poDd at Gloucester. While E. M. Taft and W. H. Woodhead were staking slid bees recently they chanced on the diggings made by the treasure hunters, wbn had worked systematically and with heavy machines for removing recks and debris. Huge boulders had been lifted *nd tipped over with powerful levers, a *ork that it would be difficult to do with derricks, and large holes excavated into stony eartn. Evidently the diggers haa hist completed the excavations, and fitted the place, which is seldom visited Sven by hunters. They ha I been trying to find the Iron pits of gold which pirates, who settled at, " Eton's pond 160 years ago, buried •T.ntur the ledges near the shore. An oid ''Oman who lived with the pirates said to br neighbors, alter the pirates fled to es ®*J' e ,rf) u> officers, that they had buried pots of gold in several places, but she did hot know the places exactly. "ixly years ago charcoal burners found • big iron pot partly buried among the I'ugcs, and built over with stenes. They Grilled into the bottom of it, let out the water, and got, what whs in the pot. What at was no one ever knew, certainly,but me nniltus went West right after the die “very a n( t vvere very wealthy. They never said what it was they found, and r,* Wolllf l not talk about iron pots If any 1,4 questioned them. Since then many '■one islanders have digged among the oaves of AValton’s pond on moonlight B'eniiigs, in places whore the money indicated. Few of them knew the P "per spells with which to keep tbo devil iti h 11 is not known that he bothered •hot . f * at, out the clumsy attempts or i ,:“ ey anything more substan h , n * n 'noonbeanm. It is belleyed that hn. , Ht; “ ker * for treasures knew their tv i? N and K ot something. nlr-.tJ • wure busy hunting for P a , ffo , ld * another band of Rhode Is. j. into a gold mine in a dreary, c, ' ‘ w<l oountry near the Providence and hinno rft 'lroad, not far from this j it i,'i T f hero *■ K° ld tfi ere, and rioh gold, vr t>, R torty-t wo feet beneath the surfaoo iw.oot ? rou ? a - A shaft has been sunk nl ,i | l -'; tVTO ,eet into the earth, but tbe Irshmn niHn >' Teet >°wer yet. There nariinu*? and and ailver in plentiful shining Iscnm. InU J" travel of which the hill liiv ‘T" 80 ’ ~ IU 11 *® not i° paying quan- Use in ill! 8 °ld wand which the hunters Dree inn th . em loft t they will find the win r:r ,al wlt hout doubt II only they win dig deep enough lor it. behind hh D hla Ut , f ? r,n f r 18 not rauoh t..“J 8 K hode Island neighbor in his fldeticn v *l° * a,ld i n hi buoyant con are rmhivV. 8 i )oU his hilly Stale in strnnifi n * and wll h Rirates’ treasures ovutiv vl° X f! a,I(J hBavy ,ron P 0 1- Bo y several farmers have been dlggiu* for a box of priceless jewels which Capt. Kidd buried in the shadow of a great overhanging boulder on beautiful Rogers’ Lake, in Old Lvnte. They haven’t found anything valuable vet,‘but they know that two negro slaves of Gov. Matthew Griswold, of Connecticut, one nigbt got bold of the box, and would have got away with it, too, had not the devil seized the other end of It and proved stronger than they. They went to the boulder on a moonlight night in the fall, and, besides their digging toojls, they took along a Bible with which to frighten off evil spirits that might want to take part in the exercises. By a prearranged plan, Sambo was to read the Bible totlie devil when the latter should appear, ami Pete was to do the digging. Ip silence Pete plied his shovel for nearly half an hour, and nothing strange occurred, .and no sound inter rupted tbe profound stillness of the au tumn nigbt except tbe heavy breathing ot the darkies; but suddenly there was the sharp click of the spade striking metal. ‘•Quick, Sambo,” cried Pete, “read de Bible, 1 byah de debhil di wn dar, sure.” Sambo sprang for the Bible and began to turn tbe leaves, and Fijte cried again: “Read, Sambo, read qulok; de debbil is getting hold of de box.” But the frightened Sami>o was rattled, Rnd, throwing down the bs>ok and yelling, “I can’t find de place, de i( ebbil shake me so,” fled home, closely fallowed by his terrified companion. AN IRISH CARTOON. A Potent Weapon in the Hands of ,the Friends of Home Rule. From the Few Y< \rk IJerald . Dtblin, Sept. s.—O’Brien and the other returned Chicago delegates have been making this a holiday, deceiving the con gratulations of a very large number ot citizens. NO CALLING TO ACCOUNT. To inquiries whether it was true, as has been intimated in a resnmt speech in the House of Commons, that it might prove to be the case that Redma n and Deasy would be called to account as members for utter ances in Chicago alleged to ba incompatible with tnei r relations toward Parliament, it is replied that even treasonable utterances: outside the juris diction of the realm i would not be cogni zable within the realm by the courts. Nor can Parliament n< iw take up breaches of the privileges of its 1 nembers committed outside tbe houses, us when Sir Francis Burdett was cotnmitti >d to the Tower for writings pamphlet ai ainst tbe Speaker’s outrageous conduct in imprisoning John Gale Jones, who mode remarks In his club about certain Parliamentary pro ceedings. Clearly there are no proced ures proper for aa (alleged breach ol privi lege outside the r|e)alm. THAT BAIT jUCAL CARTOON. O’Brien’s return was signalized by an unusually cheery), yet, pungent, number of his weekly papdr; United Ireland, just out. It has, ams ng many clever things, a cartoon of a stalwart British working man and tax payier, who stands before a Union workhouse in the background. To him bows Salisbury, wearing a green Prinoe Albert cout, orange colored trous ers. with a jawnty Chesterfield top coat thrown open and 1 holding a Piccadilly bat out, from wbi'Sh is dropping a paper la belled, “Landlord Reliei Scheme.” He is introducing to the taxpayer an obsequious pierson, who, with a white hat held in bcltb bands at his breast, ia seemingly b<i>vVing. He wears a scarlet hunting coat and top boots into wbioh buckskin breeches are tucked. Thia is a representative landlord. CHAIMBRRLAIN IS IN IT. Behind him stands Joe Chamberlain in a dude ooatUme, with a glass in his eye, also smiling, and who has just dropped a torn document Indorsed “Gladstone Land Purchase Bill.” Salisbury Is saying to the taxpayer: “Dear sir* I iiatroduce a deserving person who sadly neisds the relief of a couple ot hundred' millions.” Chambetrlaiin adds: “The security Is so excellent.!” The taxpayer remarks: “Why, you be the two chaps who a couple of months ago told I not to lend a beggar a shilling.” Chamberlain adds: “But he’s such a good friend to the Union.” To that tbe taxpayer, jerking his thumb toward the work house, responds: “Then let him go to tbe Union for relief.” WHERE IT CAN DO GOOD. Tho cartoon is being multiplied by hun dreds* and thousands, and will be sent by O’Briien to alll parts of tbe realm, together with the penny edition of Gladstone’s pamplhlet issued by the publisher Murray yeatexiday. What to do In Sickness. Prom Good ffoute hooping. A person who is ailing should be kept in bed in a well ventilated room where plenty of fresh air is admitted from open windows. If in winter the temperature can be regulated by artitlolal heat from an open ore. or otherwise as most con venient, and the window lowered Irom the top. In summer, the blinds, or awn ings, should be arranged to exclude tbe direct rays of the sun. The patient should be encouraged to sleep as much as possible and never awakened on any pretense. It there are children in the house they should be kept out of the room. When tbpre is beadache or pain in the eyes reading must be prohibited and very lew visitors admitted. A warm sponge bath sihould be giving in the morning, and very light breakfast: oatmeal gruel, bread and milk, a cup of cocoa, or tea, with a soda biscuit. If there is no im provement as the (lay goes on tbe food must be very simple and given in small quantities. Tbe difficulty may arise from an oner-burdened stomach which requires rest ikelore it can recover tone. When there is nausea, tasting for some hourß should be tried and then a few spoonfuls of cold milk and lime water given oauti ousl)j. When the bead is hot relief can be obtained by wringing a strip of linen out of ice water and laying a single thickness on the iorehead. In this case the feet will probably be cold and should have bottles of hot water wrapped in flannel put to them. If the throat is sore a strip ot flan nel may be wrung out or cold water and bound around it oovered with a cotton bandage. If there is only slight inflam mation this will relieve it. When there is constipation a simple enema of warm water may - be given as safer than any purgative thedicine. No ose should be allowed to sleep in the same bed with a per son who Is even slightly indisposed. The invalid will rest mure quietly alone, and It is not fair to expose anyone to the chance of possible intoctlon. If there is no im provement in a few days a physician should be send for, as the case is beyond home treatment, it Is better to call In a doctor ten tifnes unnecessarily than once to delay summoning him until it Is too late tor him to be ot use. In China a physician’s fee is ten cents a visit, and his patients act upon the prmoip}e of no cure no par. Medical advice is more expensive with ns and the cost deters some pru dent people trom having It for what they consider insufficient causes. The pre scription of a competent, trustworthy dootor in the early stage of a disease may he the means of preventing a serious illness and is worth far more than is ever asked for it. When a physician 1# called in, his directions should bo Implicitly followed. There is not the slightest use in intrusting the case to him and then aoting uponone’sown judgment wbsjber to carry out his orders or not. It is un fair both to him and to tbe sufferer a the success of the treatment depends upon Its being faithfully administered. Every, doctor can call to mind soores of cases In wtitoh reoovery has been retarded, or rendered impossible, by disobedience to bis orders. SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9,188 b. CHEAP ADVERTISING. One Cen t a Word. A D VER TISRMVNTS. IS Words or more, in t/iis column f the best in the paper) inserted for ONE CENT A WORD, Cash in Advance, each insertion. Everybody who has any want to supply, . anything to buy or to sell, any business or accommodations to secure; indeed, any wish to gratify, should advertise in this column. prroomtl. I HAVE had already ail theipunishmont I desired and more than I deadrwed. I wish no more, so stop your foolishness. DENNIS. RATS: Get mv hat. Third shock was too great for Tom. 11a! 11a! LITTLE MIIGGIK. 3&rlp iUantrfl. TIT ANTED, a woman for general house- VV work, including washing and Ironing. Can live with party if preferred. Apply at Whitaker street, near Charlton. ITT ANTED, salesman for Gents’ Furnishing Tt Goods Department; must be thoroughly Sosted and of steady habits. AddresslG. F. G., lorning News office. \\T ANTED, mattressmaker, one who can It work on lounges preferred. S'eady work for a sober man. Write to G. 8. W. BROWN, Tampa, Fla. WANTED, a neat,dean and honest person as cook and housework without encum brance; good wages to the right party. IBS Gwinnett street. TIT ANTED, 20 young ladies to jpack crack- It era: steady employment. Apply to ACOSTA ft EIMSTEIN. "ITTANTED, a middle-aged white man, t t without family, as porter and clerk and to make himself generally useful; will be re quired to sleep on premises. Address, with references, PORTER AND CLERK, care Morning News office. TIT ANTED, first-class canvassers for a flrst tt class new work ;in popular oeinand; a uucesßitv; selling very fast. W.H. SHEP ARD ft CO,, Atlanta, Ga. WANTED, canvas-jug salesmen. Address BUSINESS, this office. 1I T ANTED, ladies to work for me, local or I* traveling; something entirely new; for ladies only; $4 daily easily made; no photo, no painting; particulars free. Mrs. B. E. LIT TLE, Box 443, Chicago, 111. Cmplotjtttrnt itJitntrJL \\T ANTED, a position by a yonng man who tt understands double entry bookkeeping and well experienced in the grocery business. Best reference given. Address DOUBLE ENTRY. News office. ATT ANTED, situation as night watchman, Vi porter, packerorcaregentleman’s place, by industrious man; neither drinks nor smokes. Address K., this office. I TT ANTED, by a young man. a situation as tt stiller on a turpentine farm. Address R. S. L. GRIFFIN, Bryau County Court House, Ga. TIT ANTED, by a gentleman of experience T I and ability, a tiermaner.t school: a thriv ing village preferred. Address Box L., Caw thon, Ga. IttiecrlUtmoue plants. WANTED, by Nov. Ist, residence contain ing six or eight rooms; must be in good condition and not further south than Chariton street, between Abercorn aud Barnard; wooden house preferred; would like immedi ate possession. Address S. A. W., Savannah Post Office. WANTED to rent for a year small house or cottage in southern part of city; give location. P. O. BOX 51. TO LEND. $5,000 on city real estate Apply to WILBON ft WILSON, oyer Southern Bank, WANTED, to furnish business houses with good dry pine wood this fail and winter at reasonable rates. Address R., care Morn ing News. TXT ANTED, to furnish wood yards In 8a- TT vannah with good dry pine wood. Ad dress R., care Morning News. Bo onto to Rent. I NOR KENT, a first-olas* floor in a private 1 family; good locality und very suitable for small family; possession given immedi atelv. Address FOREST CITY, care Morn ing News PNOR RENT, a flat of three rooms, with ’ c oset and bath attached; well ventilated. Possession given immediately. ALBERT WILLY, 116 Bryan street. fiotiaro attß Stores tor Rent. IpOU RENT, that four-story bni ding front ipg north on Uongreis, between Bull and Whitaker streets, suitable for a wholesale or retail business; possession given Oct. 1. Ap ply to GEO. W. WYLLY, 116 Bryan street. I IVOR RENT, from Ist October, a desirable home, three rooms deep, with all con veniences. on Bolton street, two doors woslof Barnard street. Apply New Houston street, three doors west of Montgomery. I TtOR RENT, that very desirable three-story ' brick residence on Liberty street, between Barnard and Jefferson. Possession given Ist of Ootober. ALBERT WYLLY, 116 Bryan street. I NOR RENT, a deferable residence, witli 1 modern improvements. 174*4 Jones street. Apply to HENRY T. BOTTS A GO., 108 Bay street. I .''OR RENT, a desirable residence No. 13 1 Talti nil street, from Ist October. Apply to E. .1. WH ELAN, No 134 Bay street. I NOR RENT, that very desirable throe-story 1 brick residence known as 139 Perry street, between Bull and Whitaker; possession given Ist October. Apply to DANIEL li. KEN NED!’, 174 Bay street, FNOK RENT, two story and basement brick 1 house No. 120 Bay s rset. corner Mont gomery. Apply to L. SAVAEESE & BED , oorner Jefferson street and Bay lane. INO K KENT, from October Ist, residence 1 Tattnall and Berrien streets. Apply 116*4 Bryan street. FOR RENT, from October Ist. residences 42 and 4JJ4 Jefferson, corner of York street; also store and dwelling 44 Jefferson. Imme diate possession. Apply to G. 11. BUMS HART, 118 Bryan street. I NOR KENT, new brick house, with latest 1 modern improvements, on Hall street, near Drayton. SALOMON COHEN. INOK RENT, the store next to the northwest ' corner of Bryan and Abercorn street*, with well ventilated cellar, suitable for most any kind of wholesale business; site 40x90 feet; will be finished by Sept. 1. Also, hall 60x00 In same building. For terms inquire at office of HENRY BLPN. F 'OK RENT, two floors at 161 South Broad street; one two-story house corner Bull street and First avenue; three email houses near tame; one lot for store corner Bull and Anderson; one lot for store corner Lovers lane and W aters road. Apply to Db. L. A. FAL LIGANT at 9 o’clock A. >L I NOR RENT, (be premises No. 93 Tork street, ' uear Drayton, lately occupied by Dowl ing Bros, as a livery and lioardlng stable: possession given Immediately. Apply to H. T BOTTB A CO.. 108 Bay street. fit I NOB BENT OB -'ALE, a truck furin or store, either on* or liotb. Apply miles Louisville road, at F. H, WOLF’S, FOR RENT, desirable office* in Commercial building, including the premises now occupied hv tne Cotton Exchange. Apply to J. F. BROOKS, 136 Bay street. fdoil RENT, about twenty antes of land partly within tne extended city limits, extending from the Waters’ road to Honth ville, with entrance from that road and also hy way of the Wbite Bluff road. There is a small dwelling bouse and well of good water on the premises. Several acres adjoining the house is fenoed sod under cultivation, and a One let of fruit trees plant ed. Tbe place is conveniently located for small farming or a dairy There Is a good range for cattle, which can be fenced at a email cost. For particulars apply to C. H. I DOBSETT. foot. lOST, a small iliftck and Tan Dog: answers J to the name•• Chip.” A reward will be ps id for information about or big return to 131 Bay street. for Sale. JpOR SALK two line Milking Cows, at RIVERSIDE. Thunderbolt. 17'ORSALK, store house in Live Oak, Fla.; 1 new wood building; room 2Sx6O; four rooms upstairs; flnesfano for business. Ad dress Look Box 118, Live Oak. Fla, ISOlt SALE.—A large lot of Scantling which we will sell for IT per 1,000; thislotof stuff must be sold. REPPARD A CO., Lum ber Yard. Taylor and East Broad streets. Telephone 211. ROSE PLANTS,Geraniums, etc.; also, fresh cut Flowers daily from Wagner's Nur ►erv. Leave orders at GARDNER’S, 80)4 Bull street. A FEW flue Newfoundland Pupa, at NO BLE’S Bird Store. Newspaper for sale, daily and weekly, in one of the host of the lesser cities of Georgia. A good paying oaper with a future. Cheap. Address NEWSPAPER, oare Morning News. __________ IyOURGKOIS TYPE, complete font, about ) 850 pounds, including case of Italic, for sale cheap at Savannah Morning News Job Office. I NOR SALE, drug store at Wadley, C. 11. R.. 1 Ga. Doing a good business; no oihir drug store in the place. For particulars ad dress F. S. BATTLE, Pinetucky, Ga. AN excellent assoriment of palm, willow and grass lunch, work, candy, office and flower Baskets at GARDNER’S, 80)4 Bull street. VCHJNG CUBAN PARROTS just received I anu for sale at GARDNER’S, 33)4 Bull street. JNOR SALE, the dwelling southwest corner of Gwinnett and Ahercorn streets, con taining seven rooms and kitchen, pantry, etc., and all modern conveniences necessary for comfort: outbuildings, etc., on lot. Apply to GEO. W. T.aMAJt. ■JiV HOUSE POWER Wood & Mann Engine I*‘ (without boilerl for sale cheap, $158; in good order and can be seen at work any week day; sold to make room for a larger en gine. Apply to L. A. MCCARTHY, Morning News basement. FOR SALE, Old Papers, at the Counting Room of the Morning News; 25 cents a hundred. l^liHceltanPsmo, Y>HOTOGRAPHY.—Views of Qie Ruins in 1 Charles ou at W ILSON’ft, 21 Bull street Price 13c. each. TpHOSE New Orleans Comet Cigars the 1 largest smoke for live cents. GAZAN, Ball, corner Broughton. DAIRY, Chariton and 1 Drayton streets. Curds, Cream, Clab ber. But erinilt at reduced prices. Reliable saleslady in attendance. I PINE CABINET PHOTOGRAPHS a spec -1 laity. Price three <loliars aud llfty cents per dozen, J.N. WILSON. ' rpHE fluent assortment of Suitings can he I seen at GAZAN’S, Biill-Br.uigiiieu,agent for. John Wanamaker, Philadelphia. Prepared mocking bird food. Bird Manna and Invlgorator, wholesale and retail, at NOBLE’S Bird Store. THE ruins of Charleston photographed by LAUNEY ft GOEBEL are now on sale at their gallery, 14J aud 143 Broughton street, Savannah, Ga. PERSONAL.— Don’t be deceived; the old reliable private Pawnbroker House, 187 Congress street, lias no branch office either on Broughton or any other street, and if yon need money and want a liberal loan and fair ami honest dealing, or If you have old gold or silver for sale, call at headquarters. E. MUHL BEKG, Manager. T>IANOS Moved, Boxed and Bhipped on X line Spring Piano Drgy, by New York professional l'iano Moverser long experience,, who handle PianosquieklVAnd safely. Prices low ae the lowest. LUDDKN A BATES MUSIC HOUSE. NO BETTER INVESTMENT can be made by a merchant than by sending to his S atrons and correspondents the DAILY IORXING NEWS. It will give them the best reports of Important current events and tbe latest and most reliable market reports, and be a oonsiant reminderof the sender. The DAILY NEWS will be sent to any address, postage prepaid, three months, every day in tbe week, for $2 50. TJIANOS FOR RENT.— Alwiys In stock a X fall supply of Renting Pianos, nt from $3 to 48 per month. All styles, Squares and Uprights. Rented Planus kept in tune and order free of charge. LUDDKN & BATES MUSIC HOUSE. STILL we continue our bargains, and ask you lo call and see our immense variety of House Furnishing Goods, Stoves, Window Shades, tee Cresm Churns, Refrigerators, etc., sold without reserve. NATHAN BROS., 186 Congress street. PIANOS TUNED BY THE YKAK-Squnres and Uprights SB, Concert Grands sl2. Four regular tunings, ( are of Piano, re placing (woken strings and regulation of ac tion included BEST anti CHEAPEST way of keeping Pianos In playing order. LUD DEN A BATES MUSIC HOUSE. IJEKSONAL.—Weak and undeveloped parts A of the body enlarged and strengthened. Description, medical testimony, etc., mailed sealed, free. ERIE MEDICAL CO., 7 Swan Street, Buffalo, New Yorg / I ALL at Cooper A Nelson’s Palace Kestuu \J rani, 70 West Broad street, corner Perry lane, and have your meals brought promptly to vour residence for $8 per week. L' l OH anything yon want, go to the TEN F CENT'STORK. 154 Bryan street. Y’ouget your money’s worth every time, anti some times more. Call and convince yourselves. R. C. CONNELL. 1 MINING AND REPAIRING.—Pianos aod Organs Tuned, Repaired, Renovated and Bepolislied at New York prices. Best work guaranteed. No factory ran do better. Six lirst-clasM Tuners and Rspa rers employed nil the year round. Orders promptly abended to. LUDDKN A MATES MUSIC HOUSE. Sau an& rai|t. JUST R lil <; l: IV ED A CHOICE LOT OF Bust Proof Oais aid Seefl Rye, A I*Bo— Grain, Bran, Etc., —AND— KEYSTONE MIXED FEED, —BY— 6.S.McALPIN 178 11 \Y HTttbF.T. The L:ir?est and U?8l Selection of Stoves & Ranges, Including the Celebrated ACOHNS, Together with a complete stock of House Furnishing Goods, LOVELL UATTI MORES. 166 and 167 Congress street. Savannah, Ga. Jlluotral. MEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY II OK MUSIC Boston,Mass THE LARGEST and HKHT EQUIPPED In theWOKLD —100 Instructors, 2,006 btudenls last year. Thorough Instruction id Vocal and Instrumental Mule, Piano and Organ Tun ing, Fine Aru, Oratory, Literature, French, German and Italian I-anguHges, English Branches. Gymnastics, etc. Tuition, If to (20; board and room with Steam Heat and Elec tric Light, (46 to (76 per term. Fall term be gins fteptember 9. 18*s. For Illustrated Cal endar, with full information, address E. TOURJEE. Dir.. Franklin ha.. Beaton. HUi. fUtmnrnt. AT KROUSKOFF’S Mammoth Millinery House 11. Fall Winter Milliri.il HAVING succeeded In making this establishment “The Millinery House of this City," and surpassing all other* In the outli, wo non- surpass our previous efforts by opening * Stock of Fall and Winter Milliuerv Goods which shall equal any in the North, comprising in part nil the leading shapes in Hats, Straw and Felts, black and colors. Tips, Flumes. Flowers, Velvet, Velveteen and Fluahus in all colors. In our Trimmed Hats De partment will be found EVERY STYLE AND ALL GRADES. We shall also continue our WHOLESALE I’RICES on our RETAIL FLOOR, where ladios will save about half on prices elsewhere. We also continue our Ribbon sales same as heretofore. S. KROUSKOFF, 151 BROUGHTON STREET. Stlljoiroalc ©rottv. FRED. M. HELL, WHOLESALE GROCER, Bacon and Rice Specialties, 87 Bay Street, Savannah, Ga. Agent for the Hazard Powder Company. Jrwit and Wrarprtco. Oranges I Bananas! We are now receiving Jamaica Oranges, also Jamaica Bananas. Wo have ship ment due here Monday and will bo re ceiving them regular. Also, NORTHERN POTATOES, CABBAGE, BEETS, TURNIPS, TOMATOES, ONIONS, APPLES, PEARS, LEMONS, ORANGES, BANANAS, PEANUTS, ETC. KAVANADGH & BRENNAN, WHOLESALE DEALERS FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, No. 170 BAY STREET. CABBAGE, - cabbage, CABBAGE. LEMO3S, LEMONS, ONIONS, POTATOES, COCOANUTS, PEANUTS. YI J E call your attention to our COFFEE it and TEA department. Wo can under sell any house South in this line. OUR COFFEES ROASTED DAILY. We .ell cvervthing In the Grocery and Fruit line; at wholesale and retail, very low. POWER & MOLONEY ■SUCCESSORS TO J. B. REEDY, DIB Congress Street, corner of Hull, 8 A VANNAH.GA. RUST PROOF OATS, SEED RYE, CABBAGES, POTATOES, ONIONS, APPLES, CORN, HAY, OATS. BRAN, ETC.. KTC., GRITS, MEAL, PEAS, ETC., ETC. PEANUTIS. T. P. BOND & CO., 1.15 BAY STREET. SEED RYE: Rust Proof Oats, Cabbage, Potatoes, Onions, Apples, Peanuts, Lemons. Eastern Hay, Western Hay, Grain, Feed, Etc. 169 BAY. W.P.SimkinsACo. putwni. KIESLING’S NURSERY. WHITE BLUFF Kf.IAD. Plants, bouquets, designs, cut FLOWERS furnished to order. Lear* order* at Davt* Bros.’, corner Ball and York •treeU. Telookoao call MO. v* A FRIEND In need is t. friend indeed.” XT. If you have a friend tend him or hor the SAVANNAH WEEKLY NEWS; It only COjU SI S5 for a voar. Itlarblr Ulovlie. T.MAEffILTEB, lit Wilts, Broad street, near Lower Market, AUGUSTA, - GA. MONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES AND MARBLE WORK Generally always on hand and madetoorder. All work for the country carefully boxed and delivered at the railroad depot in Augusta frea of charge Specimen- of the work can bo seen at the manufactory. lUorlto. McDonough&Ballantyne Iron Founders, Machinists, Holler innkers and Blacksmiths. Manufacturer* of STATIONARY and PORTABLE ENGINES, VERTICAL UNDEU-BUNNER and TOP-RUNNER CORN MILLS. SUGAR MILLS and PANS on hand and for ale, all of the bent material and lowest price*. Alto Agent* for the Chicago Tire and Spring Work*, and the Improved Kbberman Boiler Feeder. All order* promptly attended to. JUire. BARBED WIRE, CHEAPEST FENCE KNOWN, —FOR SALE BY— WEED & CORNWELL. for ssaie. Printing Presses FOR SALE. To make room for now machinery the fol lowing machine* arc offered for *ale: One Double Cylinder Press. Si/.o of bed 44 inches HO by Inehe*; in first rate working order; flr*t cost 17,500; will be sold lor $3,000. Three Revolution Cylinder Press (HOE,) Site of bed 33 inehe* by 40 Inches; cost $3,250; will lie sold for $2,000. This press is as good as new for all practical purposes. oIn" jks Chambers’ Newspaper Folding Machine Will fold sheet 38x52 Inches, Tins machine was built to order In 1880, and is as good to day a* when It left the factory, Cost $1,200; will bo sold for $750. 1 Forsaitii Newspaper Folding MRcliiae Will fold sheet 27x12 Inches and larger. This maehiue was built In 1860. It Is In first rate worklpg order, in fuel, as good as a now machine. Cost $1,100; will he sold for S6OO. One Super Royal Hoe Cylinder. (Newspaper or Job Press.) Site of bed Price SI,OOO. The machine* will be sold on very easy terms, as I wish to get them off my hands. For further information address or eall on J. H. ESTILL, Morning News Office, Savannah. Ga. | AW YEHB, doctor., minister*, roerehaais. Is mechanic*, and other* having books, magazines, and other printed work to lie bound or rebound can have snen work done in the best style of the binder’s art at the MORNING NEWS BINDSRT. 3 WbltskcMt. Jlurtion Saleo <7:o=Daij. Sale of Fine Fnrnitnre, Groceries, Etc., AT AUCTION. DANIEL R. KENNEDY, Auctioneer. BY KENNEDY A MALLETTE. This Day, 9th inst., at 11 o’clock; Black Walnut Bedroom Suite, Wardrobe, Brussels Carpet, new Window Shades, Mat. ting. Wool and Moss Mattresses, Bedsteads and Bureaus. —A 1,80 Mackerel, Raisins, Flour, Biscuits, Herring, Butter and other Groceries. Horses, Harness and Buggy AT AUCTION. DANIEL R. KENNEDY. Auctioneer. BY KENNEDY A MALLETTE. This Day, 9th inst., at 11 o’clock. 3 HORSES, 1 Covered 2-Seated BUGGY an<t 1 DOUBLE HARNESB - Salto Inturr JPatjo. AUCTION SALE By DANIEL E. KENNEDY,, By KENNEDY & MALLETTE. Commencing TUESDAY, September 14th, 1886, at IX o’clock, of I Misery and Fancy Gools, at 168 Broughton, occupied by Mrs. K. Power, consisting of Infants’ Skirts, Bib*. Cap*, Dresses, Skirts, Bonnets, Merino Embroidered Cloaks and Sucks, Children's Dresses, Chemise, Drawers, Waists, Aprons, Sacks and Skirts, Crochet Ulsters, I.eggine, Caps. Sacks, Mittens, Shirts, Shoos and Afghans. Arrasene, Chenille, Filoselle, Embroidery Silk. Knitting and Etching Silk, Crewels, Saxony. Midnght and Germantown Wools, Zephyrs, Macremo Cord, Massasoit and Dexter’s Knitting Cotton, Darning Cotton; Erenoh Fa.t-Color German Knitting Cotton,] Colored and White Stamped Scarfs, Tahla Covers, Mats, Splashers, and Tidies of Linen and Mmnlo Cloth. MapificeatltaelKi Finite By J. McLaughlin Sc Son. On THURSDAY, 14t,h October, 1886, at It o'clock, at the residence northeast corner Bui! and Gaston streets, opposite the Park: entrance. Sold on account of proprietor! goluk to Europe. Without reserve. One grand SIDEBOARD DRAWING ROOM SUITE in Silk Brocade, magutfl'-enb DIVAN, costly RAPHAEL CHAIB, EASY CHAIRS—one live-foot in breadth—DlNlNG TABLE, DINING ROOM CHAIRS in Mo rocco. Allot the above made expreasly by MAR COTTE. Inlaid and MarqueterieTables, F,honyCabl. net*. Elegant Etsgero, Triple Gilt Cornices, k.mnroidcred Lambrlqueti, Lace Curtains; Portieres. Expensive Bisque Figure anil Pedestal. Real Bronze Figures. Magnificent Centre Chandelier, with Mantel Brackets to Match with Crystal Pendants; Jspanesw Beaker, large Indian Vase, Superb Majolica Vase, fine oil Painting and Choice Eugrav. ings. Matting, Brussels. Aximnster and other Carnets, Oil Cloths. Hal rack, Mirrors. Bed room Suites, llair Mattresses, China Crock ery, etc., etc. A more extended advertisement or cat*, logue will appear previous to the sale. Parties requiring elegant and substantial furniture will please take a note of this sale. Thursday, 14th Ootohsr. 1886. XBuitfrO. TO THE OWNERS Of the following Properties: MINES, LAND, CATTLE RANCHES, PACKING CONCERNS, HOTELS,’ FLOUR MILLS, POTTED FISH, STEAMSHIPS, MANUFACTURERS, etc< THE nndoriigned. representing English and Scotch O’lpltallHin, demrea to opentf curresporidcnce with rellahie parties for the( plailii* of property on European market un4 oer provision* of Limited Companies Act aj Send all particulars, lowest price, Maps anq Copy Title to JOHN GUTHRIE PENN, 94 WEST REGENT ST., GLASGOW, SCOTLAND^ £>acl<tng. MILL SUPPLIES; Usudurian Steam Packing. Sheet Rubber and Tuxt Packing, Soapstone and Italian Packing. Asbestos and Jute Packing. —ALSO— A fnll line of bent RfBBER an! I,FATHER BELTING, LACING, BELT HOOKS, BABBIT METAL, FILES, etc., etc. For sale by PALMER BROTHERS. Crorttrrtt, (futlrrq, ctr. __ NEW GOODS! LOW PRICES! A Now Lot of MARKET BASKETS, WATER COOLERS, BATH TUBS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS, FRUIT JARS, AT MATHEWS BROS’. Hire. J. It. WHITEHEAD, WBOLSUALg DSAI.KB tN Rice, Fruits and Vegetables, 70$ and 2:0 Bay Btreet, SAVANNAH. , . . 3