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CI'THBERT’S CONFERENCE
IWENTIKTH ANN L AI. SESSION
OK THE BODY.
Interesting Reminiscences of the Organ
isation—Figures showing Satisfactory
Growth—Twelve Different Bishops,
But Only Three Secretaries—The Pro
ceeriings of the First Day’s Session.
Cuthbkrt, Ga., Dec. B.—The South
Georgia AlumnalConlerenceol the Meth
odist Episcopal Church South, met here
to-day with Bishop J. C. Hendrix in the
chair. The roll was called by the former
Secretary, Ker. R. B. Bryan, and a large
percentage of the members auswered to
their names.
The undergraduates and examining com
mittees were busy yesterday in getting
ready for the regular conference busi
ness. The Board ol Missions met yester
day tocoDslder the work of the mission
aries engaged within the borders of tbe
conferenoe, aud arrange a programme
for future operations.
This is a fine body of men, composed of
all traveling and superannuated minis
ters with four representatives of laymen
In tbe seven districts, which are embrac
ed in the conference.
A LITTLE HISTORY.
At the session of the Georgia Confer
ence held in Americus In 1866 the State
was divided into two Conierences, the
lice running east and west, making tbe
North and South Georgia Conferences ol
to-day. The Southern Conference wasor
ganized In the Sunday school room ol
Trinity Church. Savannah, on Dec. 11,
1867, with the late Bisuop G. F. Pierce in
the chair, and the late Rev. J. Blakely
Smith as Secretary. It consisted of 102
ministerial apd 28 lay members.
The machinery of the new Conference
was put into operation successfully, and
the members went forth to their appoint
ments with consecrated hearts ana hope
ful minds, determined to succeed. One
Of tue peculiar features of that session
was the appointment o! a number of col
ored preachers to lake charge of the col
ored people belonging still to the South
ern Methodist Church. There were
eighteen charges under their supervision.
Since then the Methodist Episcopal
Church South set up these colored people
Into an organization of their own, with
Bishops ot their own color, under the
name ol the Colored Methodist Episcopal
Church in America.
MARKED IMPROVEMENT.
There has been a marked improvement
all along the line since that day. The
number of members reported at the first
session was 17 626. Last year there were
reported 39,293. At tbe Conference, 1867,
the collections lor domestic missionary
purposes were as follows:
Savannah district } 646 18
Macon district 68 55
Columbus district 55 60
Lumpkin district 108 96
Americus di-trict 733 1'
Bainbriuge district 75 93
Brunswick district 145 oo
Total $3,330 23
In 1885 the whole amount collected lor
home missions was $4,453 22. In Savan
nah district, sl,lll 35; Macon district,
$1,103 70, where the greatest gains were
made.
There has been greater advancement in
foreign missionary sentiment than in any
other particular field.
In 1867
Savannah district $ 20 50
Macon distriot 12 0 •
Columbus district 30 00
Ameiicus district 174 85
And in all of the other districts onlv
$lO3 15, making the total lor the entire
conference SB4O 00.
In 1885 the total collections for Foreign
Missions amounted to $7,221 28, tbe Sa
vannah distriot contributing of this
amount $1,886 95, against S2O 50 in 1886.
TWELVE DIFFERENT BISHOPS.
At these twenty sessions there have
been twelve different Bishops in the chair,
but only three different secretaries.
There have died during that time tortv
three members, almost one-half of the
original number composing the Confer
ence. Only one has died during the past
year, Rev. R. M. Lockwood, well known
In Savannah. He was compelled two
years ago to retire from active work be
cause of failing health. He was a true
man and a faithful minister. Memorial
services will be held by the Conference
during tbe session.
Bishop Hendrix comes as anew man
to Georgia, but is well known in the
West lor his scholarly attainments and
devoted piety. He was elected Bishop at
the !aie session of the General Conference
at Richmond last May. He has been cor
dially received, aud will no doubt win the
affections ol all beiore the olose of the
aesslon.
As there aro no perplexing problems to
aclve or to discuss we look lor a pleasant
and short session.
AT WORK.
The regular conference business was
taken up to-day. The names ot the fol
lowing were taken up ana referred to the
Committee oil Conference Relations: 8.
8. Sweet, C. J. Tooie, F. K. C. Ellis, '<V. H.
JE. I’omas, 8. G. Cbiids, Thomas B. Lamar,
yj. F. Bearden, W. F. Huberts, W. F. Con
ley, L. G. K. Wlggins, W . 8. Baker.
C. A. Moore, J. M. Marshall, Rev. John
W. Talley and R. M. Lockwood have died
during tne year.
W.T. McMichael was taken from the
superannuated list and placed on the
effective list.
Communications were received from
the secretaries of the Board of Missions,
Board of Cnurch Extension and the agent
ot the publishing house at Nashville,
Term., which were referred to the appro
priate committees.
8. 8. Sweet, ol the Auditing Committee
on the Wesleyan Christian Advocate,
published at Macon, Ua., made a report
showing the circulation of the paper to be
f5,500, and it was sent to the Committee on
Books and Periodicals.
The Committee on Nominations made
their report. The names of the following
Presiding Elders were called, each giving
short aconunt of the work m their re
spective districts, and whose characters
wi re passed: .J. VV. Hinton,of the Savan
nah district; J. B. Met tehee, of Macon;
IV. M. Hayes, of Columbus; P.B. Twitty,
ef Aniericus; J. O. Branch, or Thomas
ville; VV. P. Lloyd, of Wavcross: .1. I).
Anthony, 01 Brunswick, ami R. B. Lester,
of Dublin.
The following visitors were Introduced:
p. K. M Bounds, editor ot the St. Louie
Christian Advocate; E. H. Harman, ol
Florida; Dr. Frquhart, of Alabama, and
the pastors of the Presoyierian and Bap
tist churches of Cuthbert. Alter a few
and pertinent remarkb by the Bishop the
conlerence adjourned.
MACON MENTION.
The Steps to Secure the Permanent
Location of the Fair.
Macon, Ga,, Dec. B.—This morning
Mayor Price and Alderman Johnson,
representing the City Council, and 8. T.
Coleman, representing the Board of
Trade, met Messrs. Black or Amerlcus,
Dr. Cary of LaGrunue, Pearce Horne of
Pulton, and Robert Niebet ot Macon, rep
resenting the State Agricultural Society,
fn relerence to the locatiou of the State
fair permanently. Tne city named her
bid. Action was postponed.
In tbe Superior Court to-dav tbe case of
Cicero Derby, charged with the murder
of VV llliutn ltilteuburg, was cal'ed and a
Jury Impaneled. The case will be opened
In earnest to-morrow.
Dr. A. P. Collins, a worthy and wealthy
citlsen, died at his home on MudieoD
■sroet to-day.
GKOlllil A’ ~ MiGBL VIURE.
A Bill to Increase the Mate Liquor
License Defeated.
Atlanta, Ga., Dec. B.—ln the Senato
to-day the House appropriation kills, hav
ing beeu made the special order, was taken
up and considered by sections. Tbo Fi
nanceCommitteerecommended an amend
ment to the third section, reducing the
force of three porters for the Senate to
two, and four pages to three after the
close of the presentsession. This amend
ment was opposed by Messrs. Butt,
AVright, Roberts, Lewis, Northcutt and
James, who asserted that they were on
tbe side of proper economy, but consid
ered that the proposed amendment com
menced in the wrong place, it was de
fended by Messrs. Word and Rowell, rep
resenting the committee. The amend
ment was lost.
An amendment appropriating $l5O to
pay the cost of indexing the Senate and
House journals was passed.
NOT REDUCED.
An amendment reducing the salaries oi
the gallery keepers and assistant door
keepers from $4 to $2 per day was lost.
Tbe section as amended was then
adopted.
Au amendment providing for an addi
tional appropriation of SB,OOO to improve
tbe water supply of the lunatic asylum
passed.
On motion of Mr. Lamkin anew section
was added to the bill appropriating SIOO
for binding the acts of the General As
sembly.
Section seven was amended by increas
ing the appropriation to defray the ex
penses ol the principal keeper, assistant
keeper and physician of tbe penitentiary
from SBOO per annum to sl,oooper annum,
and an amendment increasing tbe salary
of the clerk ol the railroad commission
ers frrtn $1,200 to SI,OOO was passed.
The hill as amended passed, and was
transmitted to tbe House.
PROLONGATION CONCURRED IN.
Tbe House resolution prolonging the
constitutional limits of this session of the
General Assembly was agreed to, as was
also a resolution to appoint a joint com
mittee to report the business which
makes this extension ot the session
necessary with a view to fixing a apodal
date for adjournment.
The following new bills were intro
duced:
By Mr. Butt—Ratifying the charter of
ibe Buena Vista and Ellaville railroad.
By Mr. Dilworth—lncorporating the
Savannah and Jacksonville Air Line
railroad.
The bill abolishing the City Court of
Hall county. Passed.
in the House the following new bills
were introduced:
By Mr. Felton, of Bartow—To levy and
collect a tax of slu,ooo upon every dealer
in domestic winesanddealers selling said
wines to the exclusion of alcoholic
liquors.
By Mr. McKibben, of Butts—Making it
unlawlul to buy or sell seed cotton in
Butts county between Aug. 15 and Dec.
16 of each year.
CLASSIFYING THE BILLS.
By Mr. Biaok—Appointing a joint com
mittee or five from the House and three
from the Senate to examine and report
what bills should be passed. This was
adopted.
By Mr. Franklin, of Thomas—Appoint
ing a committee of seven to investigate
tlm system of savings banks and report
back. Adopted.
By Mr. Hays,of Forsyth—Repealing tbe
act creating the commissioners ot roads
and revenues in Forsyth county. Also
repealing the act repealing the charter of
Curnmiug.
By Mr. Russell, of Clarke—lncorporat
ing the Exchange Bank ol Athens.
The House concurred in the Senate
amendment to t he bill amending the regis
tration law in Washington eountv.
Mr. Wilson, oi Camden, ottered absolu
tion calling upon the Governor for infor
mation about whipping bosses in the
penitentiary camps, reports, etc. This
was adopted.
Mr. Humphreys, of Brooks, offered a
resolution providing the manner in which
the accounts of the Academy for the
Deal' and Dumb shall be kept.
The bills passed amending the act
creating the City Court of Atlanta so as
to increase the Judge’s salary to $3,000;
incorporating the Macon, LaGrange and
Covington railroad; incorporating the
town of Harrison, in Washington county.
SAVANNAH’S NEW LOAN COMPANY.
Mr. Russell, of Chatham, succeeded in
calling up for third reading Mr. Gordon’s
bill incorporating the Oglethorpe Savings
and Trust Company ot Savannah. The
committee amendments were adopted ex
oept one allowing the company to invest
the fiduciary funds in first mortgage
bonds of any State, county, city, town or
corporation if at par.
Mr. Gordon offered a substitute, which
was adopted, which allows the invest
ment by tbe company of fiduciary funds
only as allowed by existing laws.
Tbe bill was further amended so that
tbe capital could not be reduced except
as existing laws permit.
Mr. Schofield, of Bibb, offered a resolu
tion calling upon theCornmissioner of Ag
riculture tor a list ot ttie inspectors of
oils and fertilizers, their fees, residence
and territory. It was adopted.
THE TAX 111 LL.
The House adjourned to 3 o’clock, for
winch time the lax bill was made the
speoial order. The tax bill therefore
came up at the afternoon session and its
consideration was finished except ns to
Section 1, fixing the ad valorem lax. That
section was made tbe speoial order for to
morrow. A lively discussion over it is
expected.
An ettort was made this afternoon to
increase the general liquor tax from *.'>o
to SIOO. It was defeated by a vote ol 04
to 90. Mr. Gordon, of Chatham, made a
strong speech against the proposed amend
ment and deprecated the discussion,
which seemed to be going over the olu
tight on the local option bill. The result
of the vote is looked upon as sealing the
fate of Dr. Felton’s SIO,OOO tax on dealers
in domestic wines.
The following new bills were then In
troduced:
By Mr. Lanier, of Early— Amending the
charter of Blakely.
By Mr. McLend'on.of Thomas—Amend
ing the charter ol Cairo.
A resolution to have a night session
was defeated.
The Speaker appointed as the commit
tee to examine tde savings bank system
of other States: Messrs. Franklin, of
Thomas; Calvin, of Bussell; Russell, of
( larke;| Howell, Atkinson, Brown, of
Cherokee, and Russell, of Chatham.
FUIA’ON’H TAX COLLECTOR,
He BtaAeo that HcCan Satisfactorily
Explain tits Failure to Deposit.
Atlanta. Ga., Nov. B.—Tax Collector
Wilson,of Fulton county, called on the
Governor to-day in reiereuceto the execu
tive order of yesterday, and made an ex
planation of his failure to deposit bis col.
lections with the Treasurer ns required.
He claims that be was prevented from
doing so by the payment ol SIO,OOO to the
school Hind, tor which he has vouchers,
and certain other payments provided bv
law. He says that witniu the five days
allowed he will make a satisfactory
showing to the Governor.
The Oglethorpe Savings and Trust Com
pany bill was regarded by ail the Chat
ham members as of great importance to
Savannah, and all expressed gratiiiuation
at its passage toffiiy.
THE ATLANTA AND HAWKINSVILLE.
The stockholders of the Atlanta and
Uawkinsville railroad met here to-day. A
majority of the stock was represented.
Bv a unanimous vole the road was bonded
SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1886.,
at $12,000 per mile. President John W.
Dunn says tGat the bonds will be put on
tue market at an earlv da", and the road
will be pushed to completion.
A large fire here to-day destroyed tbe
cracker lactorv of T. S. Lewis, on East
Alabama street. The stock, valued at
about $15,000, was burned aud the ma
chinery, valued at SB,OOO, was almost
ruined. The insurance on the stock is
$4,000 and on tbe machinery $6,000 The
building belongs to Senator Joseph
Brows and is insured forsß,ooo. Tbecost
ot the repairs will be not less than $2,000.
Work cannot be resumed in the factory
under a month. Fifty hands are thrown
out of employment, many being girls.
The fire originated from ovens on the
lower floor.
ILLEGAL LIQUOR SELLING.
8. Marline, for the illegal sale of liquor,
was tried in the Recorder’s Court to-day,
and bound over in tbe sum of SSOO to the
City Court. Mr. Martina runs a wine
room on Whitehall street.
Hastings G. Trimble (white), aged 40
years, was adjudged a lunatic by Ordi
nary Calhoun to-day. He is violent. He
knocked bis brother down with a chair
this morning, and tried to choke his aged
mother to death. He has been a very in
temperate man, and subject for months
to epileptic tits.
It came to light to-day that Poole, jailor
of this county, gave John Rutherford, the
negro burglar, a severe beating several
days ago because he knocked down and
beat a white prisoner for exposing his
efforts to escape. John C. Rutherford, a
Macon lawyer, and former owner of the
burglar, has directed Atlanta lawyers to
prosecute Jailor Poole for whipping the
prisoner on both the civil and criminal
side of the court. The suits have not vet
been filed.
A DESIRABLE PROPERTY.
In his argument to-mgbt before the
Railroad Commission in behalf of the
Georgia Southern and Florida railroad,
Major Bacon, in reply to the charge toat
the Macon men in charge of the enter
prise were without means or business ca
pacity, said that one of them is worth
$500,000. Mr. Harris, of Macon, asked
wtio it was. Maj. Bacon replied: “Henry
J. Lamar, Jr. He has one piece of prop
erty lor which he has refused $250,-
000, which pays him annually
$40,000. He said be referred to Mr. La
mar’s interest in the steamship company.
He stated that Mr. Lamar was in the
room and it necessary would vouch for it.
Mr. Harris asked Mr. Lamar if the state
ment was correct. Mr. Lamar stated to
the committee that he had been offered
$250,000 for his steamship interest and
tuatnis annual income from the prop
erty is $40,000.
The Railroad Committee of the House
held an important meeting to-nigbt, the
question before it being the controversy
between the Covington and Macon rail
road and the Georgia Southern and
Florida as to the right to build the line
south of Macon to Florida. A. O. Bacon
presented the concluding argument for
the latter. Maj. Hanson was to have
closed for the Macon and Covington, but
the hour was so late that the committee
adjourned to to-morrow night, when the
fight will be resumed.
ALEXANDER PAYING BIG MONEY.
The News correspondent learns front
a reliable source that the Alexander
people are paying much higher for Cen
tral stock than the nominal market quo
tation, which they naturally want to
keep down. A gentleman has received a
letter from a large holder stating thatthe
Alexander people have backed him to put
a price on it. He bas named 150, anu he
is satisfied that he will get it. From the
same source it is learned that another
large holder has sold to them at
a price considerably above the
market, under pledge to keep the figure
secret. If these facts are true and the
Alexander crowd are paying such figures
it is important that tbe public be inform
ed so that holders ot shares can get the
price that is being paid and that the stock
will command.
A BIG DEAL.
Gould to Trade tlie Wabash Hoad
for the It.and O. Telegraph Line.
Atlanta, Ga„ Doc. B.—The Southern
industrial journal, Dixie, has a special
dispatch trorn a staff correspondent at
Fort Worth, Tex., which says: “One of
the largest and most important transac
tions ever recorded is now on foot. It is
nothing less than a trade between Jay
Gould and President Garrett, of tbe Bal
timore and Ohio, whereby the entire Bal
timore and Ohio telegraph system is to be
transferred to Gould, who now practically
owns the Western Union. In return for
the same President Garrett ia to receive
the Wabash system, thus giving the Bal
timore and Ohio a line lo Kansas City
from Baltimore. The magnitude
of a deal of this kind can
scarcely be understood, but it is
known to tbe officials of the Gould sys
tem here that the Baltimore aud Ohio
have long been seeking to extend their
operations west of tbe Mississippi river.
The information is believed to be thor
oughly reliable, as it is said to be sub
stantiated by memoranda made by the
late H. M. H’oxie prior to his dentil atul
found among certain papers that, bad been
laid away for tuture reference. The secret
leaked out through a party who desired
to arrange with Fort Worth capitalists to
operate In Western Union and Baltimore
and Ohio stocks as soon as there was any
indication that the bargain bad been con
summated.
western union rasses a dividend.
New York, Dec. B.— At the regular
quarterly meeting to-day the Western
Union directors voted to pass the quar
terly dividend for the current quarter.
Mr. Gould denies that there is any truth
whatever in the atorv of his alleged deal
with Mr. Garrett, of the Baltimore and
Ohio railroad, as to an exchange of tbe
Wabash railroad system for the Haiti
more aud Ohio telegraph system.
THE RUMOR RIDICULED.
Baltimore, Deo. B.—Tbe Baltimore
and Ohio railroad directors to-day re
elected Robert Garrett President.
Dr. Barnard, assistant to President
Garrett, was called upon this afternoon
In relation to the dispatch Irom Atlanta,
Ga., regarding the rumored contemplated
connections of that read in the South, and
he said that was tne first he had heard ol
it. While he would make no reply, be
said to the interviewer: -‘1 will simply
laugh you out of the oilice.” Other offi
cials of the Baltimore aud Ohio declated
that there was nothing in it.
IjFON’S COLD SNAP.
Snow Seen for the first Time by
Many Native Floridians.
Tallahassee, Fla., Dec. B.—An unu
sttaliy cold spell has been experienced in
this seotion during the past tew days,
and lor tbo first time in a uumber of years
a light snow covered the ground Monday
morning. The extent ol tbe damage, If
more than ordinary, cannot he ascer
tained now, hut it is quite certain that no
great injury has been done to the orange
trees, or to the hardier vegetables and
flowers. For two months past it bus bteu
very dry, and, as a consequence, vegeta
tion Is not overburdened with sap, making
it less liable to serious damage by severe
cold than would be the case if the ground
and atmosphere had been uncommonly
damp. Many native Floridians saw snow
lor tbe first time Monday morning, and
the comments made by those heretofore
Innocent ot the consistency and actual
appearance ot real show, were quite
amusing.
Tallatiasscenns are alive to tbe great
Importance ol having another railroad
connection towards the North and North
west, and public-spirited citizens are
willing to aid in the construction of the
necessary short line lo connect with the
Georgia system. The action ol the Colum
bus synd.caic is watched with interest,
and it is to be hoped they will put their
plans into operation at an early day.
Deep Snow at Canton.
Canton, Ga., Dec. B.—There is the
deepest snow ever known here. It is 16
inches on a level. The weather is now
clear and bright, but not warm enough to
melt the snow. The prospect is that it
will remain several days.
A CHURCH ROOF CAVES IN.
Calhoun, Ga., Dec. S. —The root of the
Methodist Church at Resaca, six miles
north of here, fell in last night from tbe
weight of the snow. Nothing but the
walls are standing. The damage aggre
gates S6OO or S7OO.
Sperial Iloticre.
>aiamiah and Tybee Railway Com
pany.
Office of Treasures. 11l Bay St.,i
Savannah. Nov. 10, 1886. i
By resolution ol tbe Board ot Directors,
adopted al last regular meeting, a THIRD
INSTALLMENT of TWENTY-FIVE PER
CENT of the PREFERRED CAPITAL
S’iOCK is called for. parable at this office on
nr before the ELEVENTH D A V OF DECEM
BER, 1886. JOHN W . BURROUGHS,
Treasurer.
Kickapoo Indian Remedies.
KICKArOO INDIAN SAGWA.
KICKAPOO INDIAN SALVE,
KICKAPOO INDIAN OIL.
KICKAPOO INDIAN WORM KILLER.
A full supply on hand at
E. J. KIEFFER’S
Drug and Paint House, corner West Broad
and Stewart streets.
I Inter’s Liver Corrector.
This vegetable preparation is inyaluable for
tbe restoration of tone and strength to the
system. For Dyspepsia, Constipation and
other ills, caused by a disordered liver, it can
not be excelled. Highest prizes awarded, and
indorsed by eminent medical men. Ask for
Ulmer’s Liver Corrector and take no other.
41 00 a bottle. Freight paid to any address.
B. F. ULMER, M. D.,
Pharmacist. Savannah, Ga.
Pm @oo<io.
I WILL OFFER ON MONDAY SPECIAL
INDUCEMENTS IN
Fine Dress Goods
Combination Suitings,
Lupin’s Black Cashmeres,
Black and Colored Silks.
Call special attention to my $1 50 quality
BLACK SILK.
60 pair 12-4 WHITE BLANKETS at $4 85;
good value for $6 50.
CALIFORNIA BLANKETS at less than
ever sold m Savannah
Children’s White and Colored CRIB
BLANK* IS.
Children’s Scarlet MEDIATED BLANK
ET S.
SWAN DOWN COMFORTERS.
LINEN DAMASK SETTS. AND TABLE
DAMASK. NAPKINS, DOYLIES AND
TOWELS.
All of which I will sell at New York prices.
J. P. CERMAINE,
132 Himi I.HTUS STREET,
NEXT TO FURBER’S.
SJrarmrD
LAST AND LOWEST ITT.
N'OW is the lime to buv your Groceries
while selling at bottom prices. All are
first-claseand guaranteed fresh. Call aud see
us and save money.
’.'014 1'“ Light Extra <7 Sugar $1: 19 lbs
White B Sugar $1: 18 lbs Stand. A Snearsl;
ivw lbs Granulated Sugar si; Brat 'ngar
cured Hums, guaranteed 12"; Ferris’ Hams
14c; Bust sugar-cured oh millers Macon
>.iusage-. 2 llvi 2'c: Itouelo s I lodllsh, 2 lbs 13c;
Best Leaf Lard, 3'j ibs 25c: Martin’s Best
Creamery Butt- r 21 lb -ack best Flour
s■; 24-lb sack Family Fi'iir7iso and6oc; Good
Rice per peck 50c; best Whole Rice per pock
6oc; Pe irl Grits per peck 19c; Pearl Meal per
peck 19c: new Georgia Svrup per gallon 40c;
Kerosene Oil per gallon 10c; Java Coffee,
parched and ground, 25c: best Itio Coffee,
parched. 20c, 2 lb- lor 35c; Finest Teas 75c and
15c: V irginia Peanuts per peck 30c; Currants,
new, 3 be for 25'*,; Citron, beat per lb 30c;
Raising, nice and new. per lb 15c; Mixed Nu s
15c; French Candv, mixed, 2 lbs for 25c; fa
ble Peaches, 3 aid 2 lb caus 15" and 10c; Sar
dines. mustard 10c, plain sc; 3 lbs Tomatoes. 3
cans 25c. Goods delivered iree and promptly.
R D. iYIaeDONELL,
i7A CONGRESS ST., opposite tlie Market.
psatr&ro attO 3tneirtj.
i HAVE RECEIVED
For the Holidays
A nice line of elegant Jewelry,
Diamond Lace Pius, Diamond
Earrings, Gold Watches,
Sterling Silverware, Fine
Clocks, Gold Eyeglasses and
Spectacles,Gold-headedCanes
and Umbrellas.and many other
articles; all to be sold at very
small advance, at the old re
liable store of
A. L. DESBOUILLONS,
-1 BULL STREET.
■ i
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DEALER fn Wood of all kinds—Seasoned
• ink, Green (Ink, Black .la k, Hickory
and lie.l Georgia Yellow I’me and Lightwood
Kindlings. Yard at the corner of William
and West Boundary streets, on the canal.
Wood Sawed any Length,
To suit the smallest stoves, grates or lire
places.
Prompt attention given to all orders ami
sans!art uni guaranteed. TELEPHONE 27k.
WOOD.
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Have a fine stock of
Oak, Tine, Light wood ant] Kindling.
Gor. Liberty nntl East Broad streets.
Telephone l ir.'
for ialr.
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in Gainesville, Kla.; Lot. Shop. Oven,
Tool*, Show ( ascs and Fixtures. Excellent
location, close to post office. Price sl,OOu.
Far terms ami parih mars address
M. A. REYNOLDS,
Bn\ St. Gainesville. Kla.
7unprnl 3iunissftotte
CHARLTON.—The relatives and friends of
Dr. Thomas J. Charlton aud family a e re
spectfully invited to attend his timet i from
Chn-t Church THIS (Thugs ’al ) MORNING
at 11 o’clock.
fllrctinije.
Zernbbabel Lodge No. 15, F. k A. M.
A regular communication of this A
Lodge will be held THIS (Thurs--#VW
day) EVENING at 8 o’clock.
The K. a. Degree will be conferred. ' '
Members of sister Lodges and transient
brethren are fraternally invited.
By order of
A. C. H ARMON, W. M.
I hank )V Dasher. Secretary.
Georgia Medical Society.
The members of the Georgia Medical So
ciety will meet at Dr. Elliott’s office THIS
MORNING at 10:30, to attend the funeral ser
vices ot our late ex-President, Dr. T. J.
Charlton.
R. J. NUNN, President.
Jno. M Johnston, Itec. Secty.
Catholic Knights of America.
Regular meeting of Branch No. 38, C. K. of
A.. THIS (Thursday) EVENING at 8 o’clock.
Members will come prepared to pay Assess
ment No. 201. By order of
THE PRESIDENT.
W, Cantwell, Rec See.
Georgia Tent No. 151, I. O. of R.
Attend a call session of your Tent THIS
(Thursday) EVENING, atSo’cioek. Business
of importance.
By order of P. B. FINNFY. O. R.
Attest: Chas. H, Sheftall, R. S.
Savannah Mutual Loan Association.
The seventieth regular meeting of the Sav
annah Mutual Loan Association will be held
at Metropolitan Hall THIS EVENING at 8
o'clock.
GEO. N. NICHOLS. President.
H. C. Cunningham, Secretary.
United Hydraulic Cotton Cress Com
pany.
Savannah, Ga., Dec. 8, 1886.
A meeting of the Stockholders of this Com
pany will be held at the office of the Savannah
Cot toil Press Afteoeiation, DM Bay street
■'down piairs) on THURSDAY. Deo. 9, at 4
o’clock p. m.. for tlie consideration of such
matters e may be presented.
J. B. RIPLEY* Secretary.
Spcctal iIDtU’CO.
Election Notice.
Office of Commissioners and ex-Officioi
Judges Chatham County, Georgia. >
Savannah, ga , Dec. 5, 18-6.’
An election will be held at llie Court Ifouse
in the city of Savannah, on WEDNESDAY,
January 5, 1887. being the tirst Wednesday oi
tlie month, for the following county officers,
to-wit: Ordinary, Clerk of Superior Court.
Sheriff. Receiver of Tax Returns. Tax Collec
tor. County Treasurer, Couniy Surveyor and
Coroner, under the superintendence required
by law.
The polls will be opened at 7 o’clock a. m.,
and closed at 6 o’clock p. m.
The Sheriff with his deputy will be present
to preserve order.
ROBT. D. WALKER, C. C. C.
W. S LAWTON. C. C. C.
C. C. CASEY, C. C. C.
J. H. KSTILL. C. C. C.
C. H. DO it.SETT, C. C. C.
Attest: John R. Dillon, Clerk U. C. C.
Election Notice.
Office of Commissioners and bx-Officioi
Judges Chatham County, Georgia 5
SAVANNAH. Ga., Dec. 8, 1886.)
Elections will be held on SATURDAY.
January 1. 1887. being the ffr-t Saturday of the
month, in each of the Militia Districts of thi- 1
couuty, under the superintendence required
by law. for two (2) Constables in aud 6 r each
of said districts, to serve for the term of two
years. By order of Commissioners of Chat
ham County. JOHN R. DILLON.
Clerk C. C. C.
Notice.
City of Savannah, >
Office Ulekk of Council.;
December 9, 1836. )
Notice is hereby given that it is contrary to
the ordinances of the city for persons to throw
oA, • 66iA, etc., into the streets or lanes,
and also top * W, etc. on the public trees,
fences or lire alarm poles. Parties violating
either of the above ordinances will be placed
on the information docket without further
notice. By order of tbe Mayor.
FRANK E. RKBARER.
Clerk of Council.
Money to Loan.
1 have in my hands FIFTY THOUSAND
DOLLARS ($50,000 00) to be loaned out upon
improved city property. No other security
taken. J. L. WHATLEY,
118 Bryan Street.
Notice.
All parties having bills against the British
steamship “St. Asaph,’’ Hossack, Master,must
present them at our office by noon TO-DAY
(Thursday) or payment will he debarred.
J AS. B. WEST A CO., Agents.
Notice.
Neither the Captain nor Consignees of the
British steamship “Kate.” Dnrkie, Mas
ter, will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew.
A. MINIS A SONS, Consignees.
Notice.
Neither the Captain nor Consignees of the
British bark “Mercia.” Moslv. Master,
will be responsible (or any debts contracted
by the crew.
A. MINIS A SONS, Consignees.
Notice.
Neither the Captain nor Consignees of the
British steamship '‘Timor,’' Hodgson, master
will be responsible for any debts contracted
by the Crew. A. MINIS A SONS,
Consignees.
Divide ml No. 48.
Augusta A Savannah It a ii.ro an, /
Savannah. Ua.. Dec. 7. isai.f
On ana after this date a Dividend of $3 50
per share will be paid to the -torkholders of
the Augusta A Savannah Railroad at the
Bankiug House of Charles H.Oluistead A Cos.,
between the hours of 10a in. and I p. m.
VV. S. LAWTON,
President.
Election for Directors.
Central It. K. A Banking Cos. or Ga„ >
Savannah, ua.. Dec. Ist, 1886.)
An election for Thirteen Directors to man
age the affairs of this Company for the ensu-
Ingyear will bo lield at the Banking House,
in Savannali, MONDAY, THE TIIIHD DAY
OE JANUARY, 1887, between the hours of It l
o’clock a. m. and 2o’clock v. m. stockholders
and their families wiil be pa -od free over the
Company's road to aitiMci the election from
ti e Ist to the art of January Inclusive, and bo
passed free reluming from the lid to the 7tn of
January inclusive, on presentation of their
slock ccrlilkaies to the conductor*
T. M. CUNNINGHAM,
Cashier,
Dr. Henry 8. Coldilf*
SI’BO EON DENTIST,
Office corner Jones aud Drayton street,
oraduatc Balltmiro College of Dental Sur-
ge ry,
Dr. 11. 11. Hitchcock
Offers his professional serv'ces to the citizen*
of -;o aunah, OBcs 1 w Llbarty street
Dr, J. I*. 8. Houston)!
Has returned to the city and returned his
practice tllmlted to diseases of Eye, Ear and
Throats, at his office No. HR Harris street.
Cf. O. P.
CARDS OF ADMISSION TO THE FIFTH
Annual Granfl Ball of tlie G. 0. P.
Can be tart of the undersigned Committee.
Only a limited number of tickets will be
sold. M.L LILIENTHAL, Chairman.
A. BARNETT, Jk.
S. S. EINS I'EIN.
H. M. BOLEY.
Safiiiaif
GRAND
BAZAR
NOW OPEN
—AT—
SAVANNAH VOLUNTEER
GUARDS'
Clotljiltfl.
Falk’s Space.
TU'E have this season made extra exertions
to please our many old customers and
make new ones. In thanking the public for
the hearty approval accorded our efforts we
would state that whilst the result has been
more than satisfactory, we have by close and
strict attention to our stock and frequently
duplicating the most desirable styles managed
to keep our stock of
(Mil, Fmisiiiiiis ani Hats
For Mon, Buys and Children
Complete and perfect ia every detail as to
fabrics, colorines, designs and lit. It is ab
solutely impossible for us to give in this space
any idea of our stock, and would ask all who
have not received one yet to send us their ad
dress and have sent free our Illustrated Cata
logue, with full description of styles, prices
and hints as to how to dress on different oc
casions. We cordially invite a call of inspec
tion, and promise that a few minutes spent at
our store will be well spent. Respectfully,
A. FALK & SON.
N. B.—When purchasing Holiday Goods
give us a call. We can offer some excellent
suggestions as to appropriate gifts for the
sterner sex. I,.adits can be served in our
Ladies’ Department and be spared the annoy
ance of tiie crowd of gentlemen customers.
Itthtrt*.
Irelatfs Case StalaJ
Rev. Geo. C. Betts. D.D.,
OF LOUISVILLE, KY,,
WILL LECTURE ON
THUR;DAY, DECEMBER 9ft,
AT—
MASONIC TEMPLE,
Under the auspices of
THE IRISH NATIONAL LEAGUE,
Tickets 50 cents. For sale by W. F. Reid, E.
M. Connor. .1. B. Fernandez. E. .F. Kieff.tr,
Finn Brothers and members of the League.
The ladies are specially solicited to attend.
Doors open at 7:15 I’. m.
Dioeolution ?.l tir 9 .
Notice of Dissolution
THE copartnership heretofore existing un
der the linn name and tvleof Acosta &
Einstein is this day dissolved by mutual cons
ul. Mr. Aroma retires from the business and
Mi. Einsteiu assumes the liabilities. All de
mands on the -aid partnership are to be pre
sented io Mr. Einstein for pavraent. and all
amounts due sai t tirm are t■ •> paid t.o him.
signed. K. J. ACOSTA. Jr.,
S. A. EINSTEIN.
Savannah, Dec. 7, issti.
-A. CARD.
IN retiring from tbo business heretofore
. conducted lay Aco ta A Einstein, I beg to
thank my friends and the public for the
patronage ex■ ended to the old firm and lo
solicit a continuance of Hie same for Mr. Ein
stein.
Signed, E. J. ACOSTA.
Savannah. Dec. 7, 188fi.
Tho business her toforeconducted by Acosta
A Einstein will he conducted bv me.
Signed. S. A. EINSTEIN.
December 7. 1886.
pvt>;taoalo jPaittttt.
Citv ok Savannah )
Office city
Dec. t, 1880. )
PROPOSALH
Will be received lit tlie office of the Clerk or
Council until 12 >l. S ATI'RI) A Y, llth int., for
painting the iron aub wood work of the ex
terior of the Pod'P Barrack- building. For
specifications apply at the ollicoof the under
signed.
The right to reject any or all bids reserved.
JOHN B. HOWARD,
City Surveyor,
Hutchinson Island.
City of Savannah, >
Office Citv Surveyor,!
December 6d, 1884. 1
I)ROPOSALS will be received at the office
of the Clerk of Council until 12 M.
WKt)NKSDA Y, the Ifith lust , for the lease of
tlie whole, or of one or more section* of about
one hundred acres each of the city’s laud on
Hutchison Island. The enure tract m tains
six hundred acres. Tim lessee will be ex
pectert to kc 11 the ditcher free from weeds
and at a depth to insure good drainage The
city will maintain tlie outer embankment*
mid trunks.
The right to reject any or all bids reserved.
I'br further information aud plan of tlie
island apply to ihe undersigned.
JOHN li. HOWARD,
Ctiy Surveyor.
f>rtri'muri.tu-
Nhv-'itnull Veterlurj lnflrinrr
Oi'EICE AND STAII,KH COB- a
NEK SOUTH BROAD AND TU*\
RAN DO I. l’ll STREETS. Da.
oeorgk k. Matthews, J
rinary Surgeon, treats all Diseases of Ilia,.es.
Cattle and Dogs. Ab and clnes supplied for ad
diseases. Cal.spromptly attended to, any part
citv or eountv.
Prescript ions by mail. On hand day and
night. Telephone No. 1128.
ffiuett, girt auD Ijeli&atj (soot, B
L. &B. S. M. H.
Music, Art aad Clrisin Goods.
F ormalOpeningand Reception
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, DEC. 13 A NE
H. 8 A. M. TO 10 P. M.
INVITATIONS ARE BEING MAII ED t =
RAPIDLY AS POSSIBLE, BUT IVHURpY
AND RUSH IF YOU SHOULD NOT Rv
CEIVK ONE PLEASE DO NOT T u' t
OFFENSE, BUT COME TOOUR OPKNIxV
IT IS FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC* Avn
WE HOPE YOU WILL HONOR UsWITH
YOUR PRESENCE. ITil
EUDDEX A BATES s M. H
For Your Pleasure
\Y® will haT ® store m bot h flay and
T > by many electric and gas lights, and 1, 1
produce a scene which will be revel inS&vsi'
nah andone of so much dazzling briiw,'.
fo’rget 7 We lhiDk 5 011 will ™sh
For Your Entertainment
DURING both day and evening we w.i,
have in attendance and stationed in oir
Ari Gal ery a hne orchestra, who will dh
course music that you will all enjoy. ?nT
Monday evening we tender the public a TlaS i
Concert; this will take place in Piano \Y ar “ J
room, and programme will be published in
Monday’s papers. F cu
For Your Information
pNTRANCE Will be right hand door com
I ingin and exit right hand door go ngout
Goods displayed will be goods bought for S
and wi lbe offered for at cash price, and
for cash prices will be guaranteed as ’wi ‘
any article sold, and cau he returned VTor
found perfectly satisfactory and exact v
represented. as
Goods will be sold at prees marked and
will be marked in plain figure-. a
Geoils delivered free of charge in city
Goods laid adde for responsible parties and
need not oe paid lor until time of delivery
>ou aie under no obligation to make anv
purchases and will be made as welcome a,
though jou came intending to purchase. Our
Temple ot Music and Art will be at vour di.
posal, and we will do all in our power to have
you enjoy your visit.
For Your Profit
G 1 OODS sold for cash to every one can be
' sold cheaper thau when sold on credit
Goode bought for cash can be bought ch-aner
than goods bought on credit. As we buy and
mil fur cash and buy in quantities that are
sulhcient!v large to enable us to supply the
people living in every Southern State, do you
believe us wheD we tell you that we can save
you money in buying your Christmas pres
entfl?
For Your Inspection
\\ T ILL be offered the most elegant ana
TV largest line of Xmas Cards, shapes and
n velii, 8 ever shown in the South.
Pianos and Organs of reputable and we’l
known manufacture, which are soldon easy
payments and at prices t hat defy competition.
Gn tars. Violins, Banjos. Harmonicas, Ac-'
cordions, Musio Boxes, f lutes, Piecaioe, Or
ganettes, Toy Drums, Snare Drums. Bss
Drums, and all kinds of Musical Instruments
usually found in first-class music stores
Flags. Chinese and Japanese Lanterns,
Bunting, Festooning, and many other goods
used for decorating.
Pictures. Frames, Mirrors. Easels, Screens,
Cabinets. Artists’ and Amateurs' Sets for
Painting, many unique and novel articles for
decorations, and in fact everything in Art
Goods.
Albums. Portfolios, Lap Tablets, Calendars,
Florentine Groups, Bronzes, Bisque Figures.
Brass Goods, Plush Goods, Hungarian Ware,
Rainbow, Satin and Penchblow Glassware,
Vases, Dressing Cases, Comb and Brush Sets,
Manicure Sols. Work and Jewel Boxes, Gems
sets. Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Tor
Books, Box Papers, Fine Stationery and
1,001 other many pretty and useful articles
suitable for presents tor voungorold of either
sex.
For the Ladies.
YX7E APPRECIATE THE ENCOURAGE
* ’ MENT YOU HAVE GIVEN US BY
YOUR PATRONAGE SINCE OUR VEN
TURE IN ART AND FANCY GOODS. AND
WK TRUST OUR EFFORTS TO PLEASE
YOU HAVE BEEN SO SATISFACTORY TO
YOU THAT WK MAY HAVE THE PLEAS
URE AND HONOR OF YOUR PRESENCE
ATOUR OPENING. WE WILL PRESENT
TO EVERY LADY' IN ATTENDANCE
EITHER ON MONDAY OR TUESDAY A
HANDSOME SOUVENIR, WHICH. WE
TRUST. WILL BE A MEMENTO OF A
PLEASANT AND LONG REMEMBERED
OCCASION.
LUDDEN & BATES
SOUTHERN
MUSIC HOUSE
ilttilittrn).
irs. ME PIED,
137 St. Julian Street,
UP STAIRS
Opposite Southern KxnroM office.
nrilE I.ADIES are invited to examine my
1 New Stamped Goods, Whisk broom
Holders. Umbrella. Slipper. Knitting, "‘i'
and Crewel < Hue**. Duster and Laundry j
Pillow Shams, Splashers. Mats and Covers a.i
sii.es.
NEW BRAIDS. NEW BRAIDS.
Crocheted Patterns only 10c. , ' rorhe „ , ®j
Caps, Sacks. leggins, Mittens, siloes ann
Shirts lor Children. Silk Handkerchiefs
extra charge for Initial. Embroidery H P
and Frames. Wash Mlks and Ribbons.
stamping a Specialty.
Millinery. Millinery.
—at—
Mrs. Kate Power’s*
|>na aut HPficmro
JUST NOW 18 THE TUB
to use VASELINE CAMPHOR ICE, toi
chapped bans, etc., me per t 1 a ,„ r c ,>ei
Also VASELINE COLD C’BEAM.
Knr Coughs and ('olds try " 111"
TAR and HOABHOCND, 2 ,c m r buttle.
—PREPARED BY
J. R. Haltiwanger,
-AT lIIS—
DRUG STORES*
Broutrhlon anti Drayton Street* ® B<
Whitukor and Wayne Street*;—
jjronntre.
EDWARD LOVELL & SDKS
1&."> Hroughton and IM-14# State street
DEALER* in—
General Hardware
AMMUNITION
AND—" _
SPORTING GOOD
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