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GEORGIA AM) FLORIDA. Nil <VS Ol THRTWO S r\TKS TOLD IN I* A RAG ft V PH3. A Monstro.lty In th Shspe of Calf Born Nfr Forsyth—A Cup and S.ncer a Cetitury ami h Half 01*1 Ovrn** cl at Mlllrdgeville—A Ki nvard Offered for the Arrest of the A lb .nj Incendiaries. GEORGIA. Twice as many goods have been sold in Gibson during tills year than were sold in 1884. An adjourned term of Paulding Supe rior Court convenes on the second Mon day in tDis month. The idea of separating the office of Clerk and Treasurer of the city ol Bruns wick seems to be gaining ground. In the election on the teuce question in the Americus district of Sumter county Tuesday the stock law was carried by 74 Totes. Four of Gainesville’s old citizens passed away last week: Capt. Charlie Shellman, Wade Wofford, Joshua Sumner and Mil ton Lawless. Mayor Wilder, of Albany, has offered a reward of S2OO for the apprehension, with sufficient proof to convict, of the party or parties who set lire to the numerous buildings burned in that city recently. Since Monroe became a dry town the Marshal’s offioe has become almost u sinecure. There are twelve applicants for the office. The new Town Council has organized with Col. Allen J. Arnold as Mayor. Eddie Orme, ol Milledceville, has a china cup and saucer which be said was 150 veurs old. It belonged to the mother of Mrs. A. A. Urmo, and was laK‘*n home by her on her recent visit to tba North west. At Dallas Tuesday Johnnie Winn, the 12-year-old son of Damp Winn, accident ally discharged a pistol, the ball carry ing off pari of nts little finger, and entering the ILsby part of his left thigh. The wounds are painful, but not dangerous. ,T. Wllcher, formerly a naval stores manufacturer of Ty-Ty, but mote re cently a naval stores broker at Bruns wiekj has opened up a big steam saw mill business at Vinevilie, in Berrien county, about t welve miles east of Ty-Ty, on the Brunswick arid Western railroad, llacon Superior Court has adjourned, after a warm week for evil doers. The celebrated case of Tne State vs. Tom Batsiieu alias Tom Basemore, charged with murder, resulted in a verdict of guilty, with recommendation to impris onment for life. Tne grand jury returned twenty-six true bills. Henry Stewart, ot Ty-Ty, has secured timber land near Wlthlacoochee, Coffee county, where be wiil erect a turpentine still the coming season of 1987. Mr. Stew art has been in the naval stores manufac ture near Ty-Ty for several years. He is also running a good business in Wilcox county, near Abbeville, on the Ocmulgee river. A. C. Plonsky was so unfortunate as to lose his store house and the goods con tained in it a few night’s since. Mr. l’lon sky’s store is in Lee eounty, about nine miles from Albany, and is situated on the Dawson road. Nothing was saved Irom the flames, and the lose is rather severe, as Mr. Plonsky did not have the bouse fully insured. The tire was undoubtedly the work ol an incendiary. William Sellars and Ponev Smith, for merly of Americus, have leased W. E. Williams’ engine and machinery in Ty- Ty, and will in a few days begin the •aw ing of timber. They will also run his gristmill and cotton gin. This mill and those of Messrs. McNeil will make six saw mills running within a radius of four miles of Ty-Ty, besides one steam cane mill of J. L. Karel’s, at Hillsdale, who is turning out a fine quality of first-class syrup. At public sale at Athens Tuesday a large amount ot property belonging to the estate ot John IV. Nicholson was put up on the market. Nearly $50,000 worth of property was sold; lands in Clarke, Madison and Oconee counties, and brought from $8 to $8 an acre. Many of these are good larm lands. Tne demand for oily lots was good. The Macon and Covlugton railroad bought several lots* on the tanvard branen. The Elevator mills were bought in at $9,000. The enumeration by Norwood, Con nelly <fe Cos., directory publishers, com pleted Sept. 15. shows the population of Atlanta to bo 60,840, of which 41,904 are white and 18,743 are colored. The paper shows 10,836 wuite heads ol families and 6,189 colored beads of families. It also shows the number of firms, companies, etc., to be 1,192. The publishers say that every residence and place ot business in the city has been visited by their agents, and claim that the census has been ac curately taken. Hon. Louis Arnbeim. who may be called among the two or three loaders of the House, has had au eventful life. He did not come to America until 1868, then con signed to a rich uncle in the West, Ho soon kicked out of the avuncular traces and dritted South, landing in Savannah with sl4. After various struggles, in which resolution, clear-headedness and observant habits wete conspicuous, he found himseli In Albany, where he went into the law. Though still a young man lie Is one of the leading forces in the Georgia Legislature. At the drug store of Ponder A Hill, at Forsyth, is the stuffed skin of a double face calf. It has two distinct faces, four eyes, two mouths ami three ears, one on each outside of the douole head, fully de veloped, and the third only partially de veloped, and on the line that marks the partition of tne faces, and a double brain. A dissection of the body led to the dis covery that there was a fully developed heart, but no entrails, and that the rear portion ofthespinai column wasinvurted, while the trout was natural, the two por tions being disconnected. This mon strosity was the property of John Lewis, ( colored ). G. W. Glover, tbe Citizens’ candidate for Mayor ot Arnericus, withdrew from tbe race Tuesday. Hie followers de- Siore tnis act, aid censure bun for ie conduct at tbis state of tbe cam paign. He was a candidate nominated at a meeting of citizens a tew weeks ago, and bis withdrawal, after accepting tbe nomination, is strongly spoken of, as tbe election is only a lew days ntf, and his success was almost assured. He says it ■would have taken too much money to run the campaign. It is understood that Dr. tV. P. Burt, wbo came down when Glover was nominated, is again In the race. All tbe water pipes about A morions burst Monday from tbe intense cold. Those about tho outside of tbe Allen House snapped off like reeds while tbe pipe connecting tbe engine and tbe arte sian well froze up and refused to work. Tbe engine that pumps water from tbs well failed to work, and there was conse ipicntly a water famine until 12 o'clock, when Engineer Hawkins, with tbe assist ance of one of tbe tire steamers, succeed ed iti geetlng it in working order again. Both fire engines were kept before blazing coal tires all Sunday night in order to prevent the water in tuo boilers from freezing. Some days ago there was considerable trouble among tbe operatives at. Vauoiuse factory, a few miles from Augusta in < urollna, caused by tbe discharge of Robert Butler, Master W orkman of Vau oiuse Assembly, Knights of Labor. The matter was publisbed in the Charleston News and Courier, and Mr. Hickman, l’renidsnt of tbe factory, replied by say ing that tbe trouble bad all been remedied, and, In Tact, it amounted to nothing, be ing only gotten up by Butler to oreate dissatisfaction among the operatives, and saying he concocted tbe scheme for the • -oote m elevating iuraself in tho estl- mat ion of his fellow operatives. Butler replied to this by giving Hickman the lie, saying his whole statement was false. Hickman save he will say noth ing more in regard to the matter, except that his statements were true, and if necessary can be proven. The whole trouble, Butler says, was because the superintendent treated the females em ployed in the mill in an inaecent manner, and be was t.-ving to stop it, for which ho was discharged. FLORIDA. St. Augustine is to have the telephone. Strangers are steadily pouring Into the Ancient City. A schooner line has been opened be tween Tampa and Pensacola. A State chess tournament will be held at Pimta Gorda. beginning Deo. 15. Two gold medals are offered, and uo entrance fee is charged players. An election is to be held in Stiwanee county on Deo. 14 to see it the people will bond the county for $6,666 66 to build a bridge across the Suwauee river at Bran ford. St. Augustina’s Postmaster reports re ceipts lor money orders issued since .fan. 1, 1886, of $90,000, and yet the department won’t give him any help in the way of clerks, etc. A vaur.g son of Mrs. Henderson, in Hamilton county, last week, while chas ing a rabbit, fell and bis gun was dis charged, killing a little boy by the name of Down. A tramp, while stealing a ride between Aucilia and Greenville. laßt Wednesday, was thrown from the cars by a sudden jar and killed, the wheels passing over him and cutting him in two. Dr. W. F. Shine, of St. Augustine, has a wild yellow jessamine growing at his residence which blooms all the year round, and is now covered with this beau tiful flower in full bloom. Oyster planting about Cedar Key is on the increase, and as a consequence the Cedar Key oyster will, in the near future, he much improved in size, it not in flavor. A canning factory is also talked ot. The Live Oak Intelligencer has been sold by W. L. Whitfield to B. F. Rogers and H. D. Allison. Mr. Whitfield will re main with the paper as foreman. The name will be changed to the Banner of Liberty. At St. Augustine Monday Auguste Messner, a Swede, and captain of the Ponce dn Leon fleet of scows which brings the sand from the North Beach, while making a trip up the North river, fell overboard and was drowned. Dr. Joon C. Barrows, U. S. A.,who for five years has been stationed in Arizona, has arrived at 9t. Augustine. Dr. Bar rows bus been directed by the govern ment to take medical charge of the In dians confined at Fort Marion. Messrs. WyllieA Northrop are having a handsome steamer finished at Palatka especially for the Halifax, Hillsboro, La goon and Indian river. Bbe is a twin screw propeller, 80 feet long, 14><j beam, coppered, 60-horse-power engines. There are at present confined in Fort Marion, St. Augustine, 452 Apache In dians, ot which number 83 are bucks, 207 women and 155 children under 12 years of age. Only 16, in most part infants, have died since their arrival here last April. The Florida Southern railway delivered forty-eight ear loads of oranges to the Savannah, Florida and Western railway at Palatka Sunday last. This would in dicate that the Savannah line will have the handbag of a great bulk of the Flor ida fruit crop. The Eustis people are now considering two railroad projects—one a branch tap ping the Sanford and Lake Eustis road ana the other a line from the Ocklawaha canal along the shore of Lake Eustis -to be operated by the Florida Hallway and Navigation road. The United States Court convened at Jacksonville Monday in regular Decem ber term, Judge Thomas Settle presiding. The docket is a light one, especially in the department of criminal cases. The term is not likely to prove interesting, as no very important cases have so far bean set tor trial. South Jacksonville is to have a church edifice built oy the Methodists. The new church is to cost about SI,OOO, and will seat about 225 persons. The lots whereon tbo edifice will stand were generously donated by ex-Gov. Reed, and are di rectly opposite the new sebool building and five miuutes walk from the ferry landing. While Robinson’s circus was leaving Madison last an attempt was made to kill C. M. Robinson, Treasurer of tue circus, by a negro. Robinson was on tbe lookout lor tbe gang of thieves which have been following tbe circus, but, as he says, uot connected therewith, when he came aoross tbe negro in one ot the cars, and caught bun by tbe collar. Ibe negro broke loose, drew a revolver and fired at him five times, neither shot taking effect. Supervising Inspector ot Steamers dames Curran is iu Jacksonville on bis usual tour of his district. In reply to tbe question oi the Savannah Morning News correspondent he said there were no new developments in the contest over the inspectorsnip ot hulls since his ar rival iu Florida, and that there were not likely to be any very soon. From what tbs News correspondent learned at Jack sonville tbe friends of the Florida appli cant are likeiy to stand firm in his be half. Chief Examiner W. 11. Webster, of tho Civil Service Commission, bus been in Jacksonville, in connection with the local board, examining applicants for positions in the general Post Office Department at Washington. He completed his work Monday, and the papers will be scut for ward to Washington to be passed upon, lie bad only nine applicants. Eight men —one of whom was a negro—and one woman. The positions lor which they apply are in the general Post Office De partment at tho capital, and are clerk ships worm from $!H)0 to $1,200 per an num. Examiner Webster went trom Jacksonville to Tallatiassea, where he conducted an examination yesterday for tbe western division of tbe State. He goes to Mobile next. Five years ago Cltra was a primitive looking place, a shed for a depot and u few rough looking structures. Then all tbe buildings could be counted ou your ten fingers; now within a mile of the depot seventy dwellings, a number among tbe finest in tbe State, ten large commercial bouses carry lug stocks that would do credit to a good sized city can be seen. Five years ago tbe shipment of oranges amounted to about 10,00*1 boxes, this season it will ship 150,000. Then 100,000 bearing trees, now 1,000,000, with ball that number budded not yet bearing. Then a few thousand dollars were paid to those who worked the groves aud gathered the fruit, now $140,000 lor simi lar work. Besides all this tbe place en joys good society, has twofino cburobM, a good school bouse, two railroads, aud elgnt daily trains. "Hough on Piles,” Why suffer Piles? Immediate relief and complete cure guaranteed. As for “Rough on Plies.” Sure cure lor itching, protrud ing, bleeding, or any form of Piles. 00c, At druggists or mailed. Nklnnj M**n. Wells’ “Health Renewer” restores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, lm potence, Nervous Debility. For Weak Men, Delicate Women. sl. Wells’ llwlr Balsam. If gray, restores to original color. An elegant dressing, soltens und beautifies. No oil nor grouse. A tonic Restorative. Stops bair coming out; strengthens, cleanses, heals sual> 50c. SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9. 1886. NORTH GEORGIA METHODISTS. Announcement of the Ajippintmeuts for the Ensuing Year. At the annual conference of the Meth odist Church of North Georgia, which j closed its session at Augusta Tuesday, the Committee on Conference Relations reported the following ministers: Super numera y—William M Crumley, G Hughes, J N1 Armstrong, R H Jones, J E i Norris, WT Norman. It W Rogers, H M Newton, E G Murrab. Superannuatt d—A J Deavors, H Cran ford, C Tussell, James Jones. W R Bran- i ham, J BC Quillian, N U Palmer. S J j Bellali, R A Connor, R J Harwell, W J VVardlaw, J M Bright, W .1 Scott, F F Reynolds, J W Baker, M H White, J C Chambers, J L Lupo, J A Rosser, M G Hamby, M F Malsby, W A Simmons. J D Gray. B F Fariss. The report of the statistical secretaries was here made, exhibiting the improve ment in all branches ol church workover last year. The report, which was adopted, is as follows: It was shown that in the North Georgia Conference there were: Preachers 420; white members 77,090, Increase 3,244: colored members, 36; infants baptized during the year 1,693, increase 41; adults baptized. 4,896; number of Sunday schools, 726; number of scholars, 45,192: amount collected for superannuate preachers and their widows and orphans, $9,306 52; amount paid for foreign missions $14,620 64; for do mestic missions $5,328 55; expended tor Sunday school literature, $8,557; Sunday school savings for other purposes, $1,593; expended for Bible cause, $436 95; number of churches, 705, value $786,100; number of parsonages 107, value $124,460; value of other church property, $569,350; money expended on churches and par sonages, $54,025; for other objects $11,897. In every particular a fine increase was shown over the preceding year. The loUowing appointments were an nounced: AUGUBTA DISTRICT. W P Lovejoy, Presiding Elder. St •John’s and Broad street Mission, J W Roberts, A G W ardlaw; St James, C A Ev ans; Asbury, J W Stipe; St Luke Mission, J B Allen; Richmond Circuit, A TMann; Grovetown Mission, VV W Oslin; Ap pling, T O Ilorie; Harlem, W E Shackel ford; Thomson, J T Lowe; Warrenton, T J Hughes, J M Armstrong supernumer ary; Culverton, W F Smith; Sparta, A M Thigpen; Hanuook Circuit, W W Lamp kin; Milledgeville, J R King; Baldwin, F 1’ Brown; Missionary to C M K Church, W C Dunlap; Sunday School agent, G G Smith. ATHENS DISTRICT. S P Richardson, Presiding Elder. First Church, W D Anderson; Oconee street, C F Owen; Athens Circuit, T M Wright; Watkinsville and Mission. JVM Morris and C P Marcbman, junior; Winterville, W P Rivers and E G Murrah, supernu merary; Lexington, T II Gibson; Greens boro, W T Caldwell; White Plains, H M Quillian; Greene circuit, C A Conoway; Norwood, W M Arnold; Washington, W H lal’rade; Little River, J A Timmer man; Broad River, M J Cofer. NORTH ATLANTA DISTRICT. W. F. Glenn, Presiding Elder. At lanta, First Church, H C Morrison, from Kentucky Conference; Payne Chapel, W F Robinson; Merritt’s Avenue, M U Dil lard; Grace Church, T J Christian; Edge wood, H J Adams; Marietta, P M Ry burn; East Cobb, to be supplied; West Cobh, J S L Sappington; Canton, O C Simmons; Cherokee, J M Sewell, and J G Worley, from Florida Conference, junior; Douglassville and Salt Springs, G E Bonner; Villa Rica, G H Wood; Eti wah, M D Smith: Buchanan. Jere Reese and H M Smith, junior; Winston, F R Smith; Fulton Circuit, W A Dodge, Edge wood Academy, J II Mayson, principal. SOUTH ATLANTA DISTRICT. WW Wadsworth, Presiding Elder. At lanta, Trinity, J W Lee and W M Crum ley, supernumerary; Evaus’ Chapel, 11 J Ellis; St. Paul’s, J M Bowden; Park Street, II L Crumley; Asbury and City Mission, J M Tumlin; East Point, A K Richardson, Simeon Shaw, Jr.; Falrburn and Palmetto, G W Duval; FairburnCir cuit, F M T Brannon; Jonesboro, J C Davidson; Fayetteville, J li Smith; Hampton, L P Neese; Morrows, O B Quillian; McDonough, T S L Harwell; Locust Greve, J VV Milton; Pieroe Chap el, to be supplied: Editor WesieyanCiins tion Advocate, VV H Potter; Missionary to Hebrews, Julius Magath; Commission er of Education, Paine Institute, Samuel VV Small. lIAULONEGA DISTRICT, A C Thomas, Presiding Elder. Dah lonega, C A Jamison, G Hughes super numerary; Porter Springs, H M Strozier: Auraria, J A Sewell; Cleveland, C V Weathers; Hiawassee Mission, M H Ed wards; Biairsville Circuit, J B Holland; Ellijay Circuit, G \V Griner; Jasper Mis sion, T J Warlick; Clayton Circuit, W C Fox; Dawsouville, J F Baliss; Morgan ton, Andrew Alulchay, A C Cantrell, Jr.; Tallulah, J W Morns; Brasstown High School, H M Edwards, principal. DALTON CIRCUIT. W F Qulllian. Presiding Eider. Dalton, J B Bobbins; Dalton Circuit, A F Scur look, irom Louisiana Confeience; Spring Place, E M Stanton, W B Austin, junior; Calhoun, RR Johnston; Fairmount. W T Hamby; Subligna, DA Snow; Summer ville, ll A Seals; Latavetto, C W Thomas; McLeinore’s Cove, RBOEnglauJ; Ring, gold, W D Shea; Resaca, E T Hendricks; Kingston, J M White; Pine Log, to be sup plied; AValeska, C AI Ledbetter; Floyd Springs, to be supplied. KLBEKTON DISTRICT. J il Baxter, Presiding Elder, Elberton, G H Patlllo; Bethlehem, Ell Smith; Bow man, R P Martin, W T Nurmuu, super numtrsry; Hartwell aud Mission. W Dun oar, C E Pattillo, junior; Royston, L H Harris; Lavouia, F B Langford; Carnes ville, A J Hugh 's; Toccoa, B F Frazier: Clarkesrille, B S Edwards; Beilton and .Mission, A D Echols; Ilomer, G T King; Daaieluville, L I* Winter; Harmony Grove, J S Embry, Jefferson, J JI Low ery; Lincolulon, N Z Glenn. GAINESVILLE DISTRICT. A G Worley, Presiding Elder. Gaines ville, D J Mvrick; Guiuesville Circuit, to tie supplied; Hall Circuit, II M tjuilian; Flowery Branch, J T Curtis; I.awrence vi 1 le, E K Akin; Logansville, W A F'aiiss; Gwinnett, to be supplied; At on roe, W Ai D Bond; Jug Tavern, E H lieese, Hosch ton, J LPerryman: Norcross, W M Winn; Roswell, W C Hanson; Alpharetta. W H Speer; Chestatee, to bo supplied; dim ming, N E Aloflrayer; Alelville, T J Ed wards. G RUTIN DISTRICT. H H Parks, Presiding Elder. Griffin, W F Cook, Milner, J II Little; Orchard Hill, J .1 N Kenney; Zebulon Circuit. J J Singleton,E U Cook,junior; Barnesviile, G K Gardiner; Upson Circuit, H L Embry; The Rock. S D Evan*; Thomaston. T A Seals; Culloden, L Ruth, K W Rogers, supernumerary; Forsyth, J R Parker; Forsvth Circuit, .1 H Masbburn; Jackson. Til Timmons; Flovllla, J E England; West Monroe, s R England; Sonola, W J Cotter; Turin, B Sanders. LAGRANGE DISTRICT. J F Alixon, Presiding Elder. La- Grange, A J Jarrell; West Point, A W Williams; Troup, W P Smith; Houston Circuit, J 11 Lakes; Hogansville. D D Cox, 1* A Heard, supernumerary; White ville, W T Bell; Greenville anil T rinity, B H Sasuott; Meriwetner, W .1 Wood: Woodbury, S D Clements; Grantvllle, II S Bradley; Franklin, Sandford Leake; Bowden, J N Myers, W T Irby, junior; Nowuan,W it Foote; North Coweta, A J Morgan; Carrollton, A W (jtuUian; Whitesburg, G C Andrews. OXFORD DISTRICT. G W Yarbrough, Presiding Elder. Ox- ford, C E Dowman, A G Havgood; Cov ington. R J Bigbam; Newborn, VV A Parks; Mnnticello, O A Thrower: Social Circle, J T Lin; Shady Dale, M H Hakes: Eatonton, J TGibson; East Putnam. W T Hamilton; West Putnam, J A Rey nolds; Clinton snd Mission, M A Phillips and J E Rosser; Madison, J S Bryan; Morgan, J L Moon; South Morgan and Mission, W P Quillian; Conyers. J L Pierce; Lithonla, M L Underwood: Deca tur and Clarkston, J B Jotinson; Decatur Circuit, to be supplied; Emory College, I S Hopkins, M Calloway. ROME DISTRICT. T F Pierce, Presiding Elder. Rome, T It Kendall; Second Church. C C Carey; Forestvilte, E W Ballinger; South Rome, Artemus Lester; Coosa Circuit, D C Brown; Cave Spring, F 8 Hudson; Cedartown, R W Bigbam; J T Norris, supernumerary; Polk Mission, to be sup plied; Itookmart, VV VV Brinstield, R H Johnson, junior; Dallas, S B Ledbetter; Sweetwater, A 8 Adams; Powder Springs, J VV G WaLkins; Paulding Mis sion, to be supplied; Cartersvilie. B E L Timmons; Acwortb, W L Wooten; Vacn’s Valley. T F Payne; Orphans’ Home, Samuel P Jones. Revs. S C Allen, B L Anderson and George Lear were formally transferred to the Conference in China. Revs. DF C Timmons and .1 W Arm strong were transferred to the Texas Con ference, and T C Puokett to the South west Missouri. Bishop McTyeire, after the announce ments, stated that as there was nothing else before the house for action the Con ference stood adjourned, to meet next year in Marietta, at the pleasure of the presiding Bishop. Appointments of tlio Georgia Con ference of the M. K. Church. This conference was held at Mount Zion Seminary, Carroll county, Nov. 18, by Bishop Fowler, ol that church. ATLANTA DISTRICT. W E Tarpley, Presiding Elder; At lanta, Marietta street, A F Ellington; Carroll, E F Dean; Cherokee, B VV Huekabee; Dawsonville, supplied by VV I Westbrook; East Point, J A Thurman: Haraison, R H Cobb; Jasper, J J Donohoo. Jonesboro and Upson, A V Quinn; Mossey Creek. J C Fowler; Rock Spring and Walton, R II Waters; Simp son, W H Sullivan; Chaplain in U SA, S M Merrill; Principal of Mt Zion Semi nary, R H Robb. DALTON DISTRICT. Hugh Boyd, Pres ding Elder: Blairs ville.D A Sullivan; Blue Ridge,l.l) Elling ton; Cassandra. P P Carroll; Dalton, sup plied by A H Mitchell; Ellijay. TG Chase; Hiawassee, F Cochran; Lafayette, W D Allen; Morvautown, supplied by C B Corn; Mountalntown, B M. iiipp; Spring Place, D W Cook; Toceoa, J If Hurley; Tunnel Hill, J H Dunn. SOUTH GEORGIA DISTRICT- James Mitchell, Presiding Elder. Charltou and St jMarv’s, J II Wilkins;two to be supplied j Scriven and Tattnall, R C Bromlett; W arc and Decatur, to be sup plied. The operation of tracheotomy, says Seieuoe, by which an opening is made with the knife into the windpipe for the relief of membranous croup and diphthe ria, seems iikoly to be superseded by the intubation of the larynx. In this new operation a small tube is inserted through the mouth into the windpipe and all ne cessity for a cutting operation is thus avoided. It is claimed by the advocates of this method of treatment that it is far easier to introduce this tube than to per form tracheotomy, and that more lives are saved than by the old operation. The statistics which are given in the medical journals go lar to confirm their opinions, and as the process is being generally in troduced, but little time will be necessa ry to substantiate the claims made for It. Prtmin’o grott Piitrto, BROWN’S IRON BITTERS WILL CURE HEADACHE INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS DYSPEPSIA NERVOUS PROSTRATION MALARIA CHILLS and FEVERS TIRED FEELING GENERAL DEBILITY PAIN in the BACK & SIDES IMPURE BLOOD CONSTIPATION FEMALE INFIRMITIES rhp:umatism NEURALGIA KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUBLES FOR SALE B V ALL DRUGGISTS The Genuine has Trade MarV and crossed Red Lines on wrapper. TAKE NO OTHER. StutJto. Large Sales. TX7E arc having the !ariret demand tins vv season for our STOVES aodRANGt‘B that wo have ever experienced, and attribute it solely to the itrear favor in which tbe Bel monts," Ot hellos, New Records. Acorns. Fanner Girls and others are growing. On some makes wo have had a perfect rush, our prices being most reasonable. LOVELL & LATTIMORE, SAVANNAH. GA. Cold Wave Coming! You are invited to call and see the prettiest and best lot of Stoves in the city and get prices. Heating; Stoves $2 50 Up. Cooking Stoves SO Up. CORNWELL & CHIRM ODD FELLOWS’ BUILDING. Shipping* ftiedcrliiiidltu’h.Amerikuuisclic Dump lVchllf-falirts- C esell.seh lift. KoeiiilMetelsMisclePost Jlilligt /.’fiN/I n ir’i ,/,./ 7 Oeuttu'hl-<l a li Postdampfor acucin von New York und Holland ieden Sonnabcnd. 1. CaJuctelelDzeine F.ihrtjS 12 EsteurbilletsJSO 2. •• " •• 521 ” tie kwischknpkck 10 den bdiigsten Frelsco. GEN. AOKNTUU: 25 rlouth William street. New York. GEN. PA S AUK vi UU: Ik and 20 Broadway, New York. AGKVTK.N At Savannah. Us. —JOSEPH i COHEN A CO. and AI. b. COoLLiCH A GO. Shipping* OCEAN STEAMSHIP COM'Y ■ —for— New York, Boston & PkiladelpMa ' * Passage to New York. CABIN *2O EXCURSION 32 STEERAGE 10 Passage to Boston. CABIN *2O EXCURSION 85 STEERAGE 12 Passage to Philadelphia. (via New York;. CABIN *22 EXCURSION 33 STEERAGE 12 magnificent steamships of these lines . are appointed to sail as follow s—standard time: TO NEW YORK. CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. K. S. NICKER SON, FRIDAY, Dec. 10, at 1:30 p. M. CH ATT A HOOCH EE, Capt. J. \V. CATHA RINE, MONDAY, Dec. 13, at 7 p. si. CITY of savannah, Capt. 11. C. Dag gett, WEDNESDAY, Dec. 15, at 8:30 A. M, NACOOCHEE, Capt. F. KEMPTON. FRI DAY, Dec. 17, at 10 a. M. TAUAHASSEE, Capt. W. H. FISHER, MONDAY, Dec. 20, at 1:30 P. M. TO BOSTON CITY OF MACON, Capt. W. KELLEY, THURSDAY, Dec. 9, at 5 P. X. GATE CITY, Capt. D. HEDGE, THURS DAY, Dec. 16, at 10:30 a. m . TO PHILADELPHIA. [TOR FREIGHT ONLY.] DESSOUG, Capt. F, Smith, SATURDAY’, Dec. 4, at 12 noon. JUNIATA, Capt. S. L. Askins, SATUR DAY, Dec. 11, at 6 A. si. Through billsof lading given to Eastern and Northwestern points and to ports of the Uni ted Kingdom and the Continent. For freight or passage apply to G. M. SORREL. Agent. City Exchange Building. Merchants’ and Miners’ Transporta* tion Company, FOR BALTIMORE. CABIN *ls fl! SECOND CABIN 120) EXCURSION XiJJ THE steamships of this company aro ap I pointed to sail fmn Savannah for BTlti more as follows—city time: WM.CRAVE. Capt. Billups, SATURDAY, Dec. 11, at 7:30 a. m W‘*. LAWRENCE, Capt. Snow, THURS DAY, Dec, 16, at 11a.m. YVM. CRANE, Capt. BILLUPS. TUESDAY’, Dec. 21. at 3 p. m. WM. 1. A WHENCE, Capt. Snow, MON DAY. l)™c. 27, at 9 a.m. And from Baltimore on the davs above named at 3 P. u. Through bills lading. given to all points West, all the marufaeturlng towns in Now England, and to ports of the Unitea Kingdom and the Continent. JAS, B. WEST A CO., Agents, lil Bay streot. PLANT STEAMSHIP LINL TAMPA, KEY WEST. HAVANA. TRI-WEKKLY. SOUTH-BOUND. Dv Tamils Tue*., Thurs. and Sat. p. m. Ar Key West Wed., Friday, and Sun. p. m. Ar Havana Thnrs.. Sat. 'and Mon. a. m. NORTH-BOUND. Lv Havana Thurs., Sat. and Mon noon, l.v Key West Thurs., hat. and Mon. p. m. Ar Tampa Friday, Sun. and Tuee. p. m . Connecting at Tampa with West 1 ndia Fat Train lo and from Northern A Eastern cities. For stateroom accommodations apply to City Ticket Olfice S.. F. and W. Ky., Jack sonville, or Agent Plant Steamship Line, Tampa. I . I>. OWENS. Traffic Manager. H. 8. HAINES, General Manager. Sea Island Route. Commencing THE*!) a V, Juue Ist, THE STEAMER ST. NICHOLAS, Capt. M. P. USINA, AYTH-L leave Savannah froir wharf foot of v) Lincoln street fur DOBOY, D VRIES, BRUNSWICK, and FERNANDINA every TUESDAY and FRIDAY not earlier than 4 p. li., ci'-y lime, connecting at Savannah with New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Balti more steamers, at Kernandlna with rail for Jacksonville and all points in Florid a, and at Brunswick with steamer for Satilla river. Freight received to within half hour of boat’s departure. l ie gui, not signed for 24 hours after arrival will he at risk o consignee. Tickets on wliurf ami boat. C. WILLIAMS. Agent. SEMt-WEEKI.Y LINE FOR COHEN’S BLUFF AND WAY LANDINGS. fTMUCsteamer ETHEL,! apt. W.T.GinaoN 1 will leave for an ve MONDAYS and THURSDAY'S >it 6o'clock p. m. lict .rning, arrive WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS at 8 o’clock p. m. For information, etc., ap ply to W. T. GIBSON, Mnnuger. Wharf foot of Drayton street. For Augusta and Way Landings. HT E A MBB KAT IE, c*pt. 3,a HEVI I.I WILL LEAVE EVERY TUESDAY at 5:30 ) v o'clock r m. (city Umo) for Augusta and way landings. All Heights payable by shippers. •IDUN LAWTON, Manager. Central Railroad. Savannah, Ga., Dec. 5, 1886. ON and after this date passenger trains will run as Daily unless marked f, which are Daily except Sunday. The Standard time by which these trains run is 36 minutes slower than Savannah city tune. Lv savannah.... 10:00 am 8:20 pm s:4opm ArMilieu 12:35 pm 11:03 pin 8:45 pm Ar Augusta 4:45 pm 6:15 km Ar Macon 4Do pm 3:20 am Ar Atlanta .... 9:00 pm 7:27 am Ar Columbus 4:10 am 3:05 pin Ar Montgomery. 7:56 pat Ar Eufaula. . ' . 4:32pm ArAlbanr 10:09 pm 10:60 am Passengers for Sylvania, Sandersville, Wrigbtsville, Milledgeviile and Eatonton should lake 8:40 a m train. Passengers for Thomaston, Carrollton, Perry, Fort Gaiues, Talbotton, Buena Vista, Blakely and Clayton should take 8:20 p in train. Lv Mlllen 12:55 pm 11:16pm 6;loam Lv Augusta 10:20 am 9:Sopm Lv Macon 10:35 am 10:50 pm Lv Atlanta ... 6:40 am 0:50 pm LvColumbus 9:lopm 11:30am Lv Montgomery.. 7:soain Lv Enfaula 11:02 am Lv Albany s:ooam B:s7pm Ar Savannah..... 5:00 pm 5:55 aiu B:osam Sleeping cars on all night passenger trains between Savannah and Augusta. Savannah and Macon, Savannah and Atlanta, Macon and Columbus. Train leaving at 8:20 p m and arriving at 5:56 am will not stop to pnt off or take on passengers between Buvannah and Milieu. Connections at Savannah with Savannah, Florida and Western Railway for all points in Florida. Tickets for all point* and sleeping car berths on sale at citv office. No. 20 Bull Btreet, anil depot office 80 minutes before departure of each train. G. A. WHITEHEAD, General Passenger Agent. J. C. SHAW. Ticket Agent South Florida Railroad. CEJiTKAL STANDARD TIME. ON and after SUNDAY.Nov. 14, 1886, trains will arrive and leave as follows: •Daily. tDaily except Sundays. JDaily except Mondays. Leave Sanford for Tampa and way stations ... *10:30 a m and *4:40 pm Arrive at Tampa.... *3:40 p m and *8:50 p m Returning leave Tampa at *9:20 am and *S:COpm Arrive at Sanford.. *2:30 a m and *j:toam Leave Sanford for Kissimmee and way stations at +s:oopm Arrive at Kissimmee at -1-7:00 pm Returning leave Kissimmee +6:40 am Arrive at Sanford +8:30 am BARTOW BRANCH. DAILY. Lv Bartow Junction -11.'15 am 2:10 and 7:15 p m Ar Bartow 12:05, 3:10 and 8:15 p m Returning Lv Bartow— -9:40 am 12:60 and S:SO p m Ar Bartow June. .10:40 a m 1:40 and 6:30 pin PEMBERTON FERRY BRANCH. Operated by the South Florida Railroad. •Leave Bartow for Pemberton Ferry and way stations at 7:15 am Arrive at Pemberton Ferry at 9:40 am •Returniug leave Pemberton Ferry at 4:10 p m Arrive at Bartow at 6;Bspm 1 Leave Pemberton Ferrv 7:40 am Arrive Bartow .’ 12:00 m +Leave Bartow 1 :S0 p m Arrive Pemberton Ferry 6:20 pm SANFORD AND INDIAN RIVER R. K. Leaves Sanford for Lake Charm and wav stations +10:45 a m ami 4:50 pm Arrives Lake Charm. 12:15 a m and 6:20 p m Returniug— Leaves Lake Charm.. 6:30 a m and 12:45 p m Arrives at Sanford ... 8:00 ain and 2:lopm SPECIAL CONNECTIONS. Connects at Hanford with the Sanford and Indian River Railroad for Oviedo and points on Lake Jessup, with the People’s Line and Deßary-Baya Merchants’ Line of steamers, ana J. T. & K. W. Ry. for Jacksonville and all intermediate points on the St. John’s river, anil with steamers for Indian river and the UoperSt. John’s. . At Kissimmee with steamers lor Forts Mv ers and Bassinger and points on Kissimmee river. At Pemberton Ferry with Florida Southern Railway for all points North and West, and at Bartow with the Florida Southern Railway for Fort Meade and point® South. STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS. Connects at Tampa with steamer “Marga ret” for Palma Sola, Uraideutown, Palmetto, Manatee, and all points on Hillsborough and Tampa Bays. Also, with the elegant mail steamships “Mascotte” and “Whitney,” of the Plant Steamship Cos., for Key West and Havana. Through tickets sold at all regular stations to points Nor'h, Bast and West. Bagirage checked through. Passengers for Havana can leave Sanford on Limited West India Fast Mail train at 4:40 p. tn. (stopping only at Orlando, Kissim mee, Bartow Junction, Lakeland and Plant City,) i uesday. Thursday and Saturday, con necting same evening with steamer at Tampa. FREDERIC 11. PvAND. General Freight and Ticket Agent. GTDanDeJin-0. CHANDELIERS. A Very Fine Selection Now Open tar Inspection —AT— SHOW ROGERS —or— J. 1011, Jr„ 30 and 32 Drayton St. Urao, (Ft . COW PEAS, Seod Kye* Rust Proof (iaU* —ALSO— Hay, Oats, Corn, Bran, Etc,, 6.5. McALFItf T" 1 1 1 ■—■—i" McDonough & Ballantyne Iron Founders, Machinists, Hoiler inakersaud Blacksmiths. Manufacturers of STATIONARY and PORTABLE ENGINES, VERTICAL UNDER-RUN -ER and TOP-UUNNKR CORN MILLS. QUO Alt MILLS and PANS on hand anil fur eale, all of the bpst material and lowest prices. 'lso Agents for the Chicago Tire and Spring Works, and tbo Improved Ebharm&n Boiler Feeder. All order* promptly attended to. KIESLING’iT~N UR SEBY. WHITE BLUFF ROAD. OLANTS, BOUQUETS, DESIGNS, CUT A FLOWERS fnrnisbod to order. Leave orders at Davi* Broi,’, corner Bull and York streets. Tclophoue call 342. Savannah. Florida & Westering *llslß. CARD IN EFFECT DECIMur- A 6, 1880, Passenger Trains on thi.* 8 ® 5 will run daily as follows: r ®ad WEST INDIA FAST MAIL HEAD DOWN. ra l' v Savannah Ar?f‘? rF * °°2 am P Way cross u‘:; ? 2°, P m V v • • Jacksonville .. Lv 7-n & m l : tc PmlyT Sanford .£,▼ V-is ™ 8:60 pm Ar Tampa £* PLANT STEAMSHIP LINE P! ® Tues. Tlmrs) T Sat.... pmi Lv...Tampa Ar ;' n *Stm Wed, Fri, ) , J? 6 - P m Sun., pm] Ar s ey West....Lv hu W.Sat Thurs, Sat,) . „ Pm Mon a Ar .Havana Lv * blir .Sai Pullman buffet ears New York t o °T,' m and Tampa to Washington. * 10 Iam PA NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. 7:06 a m Lv Savannah Ar '-.n 8:42 am Lv Jesup.... Arßo rm 9:34 am Lv glooP m 9mo am Ar Wuycross Uv lIX P 11 11:28 a m Ar Callahan LTTTr- 1 - 12:00noonAr Jacksonville. j v i.nt llol i :00 am Lv Jacksonville ... Ar 7^ Pm 7:33 am Lv Callahan ... Ar 10:15 a m Lv...!.. Waycross Ar~TorT~~~ 11:00 am Lv HomerviJe....:^ 11:15 am Lv Dupont. cl 12:04 pm Lv Valdosta . !Lv *• p m 12:34 p m Lv Quitman Lv 2 : 2Bn™ 1:22 pm Ar Thomasville l.v l 3:36 pm Ar BainnrldgtT "LyTiTlTt^ 4:04 p m Ar, ...Chattahoochee LvliTslu^ 3:42 pmAr Albany LviTooTm Pullman buffet cars to and from Jacks™ ville and New I ork, to and from Jaokson?m7 and New Or eaus via Pensacola, to aLs from Jacksonville and Louisville via Thom-" 1 vi e, Atlanta and Nashville, and JaS' ville to Cincinnati via Jesup. ackson- EAST FLORIDA EXPRESS. 1:30 p m Lv Savannah Ar n as „ „ 3:20 pm Lv Jesup Lv 4:21 pm Lv Blaekafaear Lv fc-uj? 4:40 pm Ar Waycross ... Lv jpu* g 6:67 pra Ar Callahan .... Lv :-iiTr 7:35 pm Ar Jacksonville ....Lv 7-ooaS 5:00 pin Lv Jacksonville . ...Ar 8-56 m 3 M Pm Lv Callahan ... Ar 8;lug 7:58 p m Lv Waycross Ar s-sTTT; 8:45 pm Lv Homerciile Lv f.'loag MpilAr Dupont Lv a g 3:20 p m Lv Lake City Ar 10-liTin 5:55 p m Lv Gainesville ArTipOfiT^ 7=*>pm Lv Live Oak Ar "ito “ g "9:10 p m Lv Dupont Ar FsoTm 10:01 p m Lv Valdosta Lv 4:osam 10:34 p in Lv Quitman Lv 3:35am 11:25pm Ar Thomasville Lv 2'soam 12:50 a m Ar Camilla Lv Las a m 1:55 a m Ar.. Albany. Lv 12:50 ant Pullman buffet cars to and from Jackson ville and Louisville via Thomasville Al bany, Montgomery, and Nashville and Ciucinnatt to Jacksonville via Jesup. Pullman sleeping cars to and from Bartow and Montgomery via Gainesville ALBANY EXPRESS. B:4spniLv Savannah Ar 6:loam 11:26 pm Lv Jesup Lv 3:20 am 1:30 am Ar Way cross Lv 1! ;30 p m 5:25 am Ar Callahan Lv 9:05p tn 6:13 mAr Jack.onville Lv B:lspm 8:15 pm Lv Jacksonville Ar 0:15 a a 9:05 pm Lv Callahan Ar 5:25a in 2:00 am Lv Wavcross ~ArTI:2O pm 3:20 ani Ar Dupont .Lv 10:00 p m 6:40 am Ar Live Oak... .”.717\~ ?;:0 p m 10:05am at— Gainesville. Lv S:s6pa 10:15 a m Ar Lake city Lv"saopli 3:45 ain Lv Dupont Ar 9:85 a 6:27 am Lv Valdosta Lv B:3opm 6:loatnLv Quitman Lv 7:55pm 7:15 a m Ar Thomasville—Lv 7:oopm 11:40a m Ar Albany Lv 4:oopm Stops at all regular stations. Pullrnsn buf fet sleeping ears to and from Jacksonville and W-ehington, and to and from Jacksonvi Is and Louisville via l homasville and Mont gomery. Pullman buffet cars and Mann bou doir buffet cars via YVaycross, Albany and Macon, and via Jesup and Macon, between Jacksonville and Cincinnati. Also, through passenger coaches between Jackson ville and Chattanooga. THOMASVILLE EXPRESS. 6:15 a m Lv Waycross Ar 7:ooptt, 7:3Bam l.v Dupont Lv s:2Bpm 8:37 a m Lv Valdosta Lv 4:15 pin 9:16 am Lv Quitman ... Lv 3:Sopm 10:25 a m Ar.... Thomasville Lv 2:15 p m Stops at all regular and flag stations. JESUP EXPRESS. 9:45 p m Lv . Savannah Ar B:3oam 6:’opmAr Jesup Lv 5:25am Stops at all regular and flag stations. CONNECTIONS. At S IV ANN AH for Charleston at 7:10 am, (arrive Augusta via Y’emassee at 1:45 pm 12:15 pm audß:2Bpm: for Augusta and At lanta at B:4U a m and 8:20 p m; with sdeam snips for New York Monday, Wednesday and Friday; for Boston Thursday; for Baltimore every fifth day. At .lESUP for Bmnswick at 1:15 am e cept Sunday) and 8:50 a ra; for Maoen 1:25a m, B:4n a m and 6:20 p m. At W AYCROSS for Brunswick at 3:15 am and 5:05 p m. AtCALLAIf AN for Fernandina at 3:00 am and 2:47 pm; for Waldo, Cedar Key, Ocala, etc., at 11:30 a m and 7:00 p m (except Sun day.) At LIVE OAK for Madison, Tallahassee, etc., ac 11 :('8 a m and 7;45 p in. At GAINESVILLE for Ocala, Tavares, Pemberton’s Ferry, Brook ville and Tampa at 10:80 am: for Cedar Key at 3:20 i> m. At ALBANYfor Atlanta, Macon. Montgom ery, Mobile. New Orleans, Nashville, etc At CHATTAHOOCHEE for Pensacola. Mobile. New Orleans at 4:14 pm; with Peo ple's Line steamers advertising to leave for Apalachicola at 6:00p ru Sunday and Wednes day. Tickets sold and sleeping car berths se cured at BREN’S Ticket office, and at the Passenger h ration. WM. P. HARDEE. Gen’l Pass. Agent. R. G. FLEMING, Superintendent. Charleston & Savannah Ry. Cos. /CONNECTION made at Savannah with vy savannah, Florida and Western Bail war- . , Trains leave and arrive at Savannah o' standard time (I'Oth meridian), which iJo minutes slower thancitv lime. NORTH WARP. 45* HBi 4:i* 4T* LvSav’d. 12:16pin 1:00pm 7:10 am 8:23 pm Ar Aug’tn 1 :4. r > pm Ar Reaut’t 8:10 nm 11:00 am Ai P.K >yal :26 pm ..11:20 am ArAl’dale 7:40 pm 11:20 am •••••■ • ArOha'ston 4:60 pm 0.20 pm :2:25 pm I:2sam SOUTHWARD. 34 * 42* 40 * Lv Chasten 8:00 am 3:3opm S:4sam l.v A-.'a’tu 0:2 >" I.v A 'date s :40 am 11:43 : m l.v P.Koval 7:45 am 12:30pm Li Beau ft. B:uoain 12:46 pm Ar Sav’d. .11:20 am 7:0 >pm 0:li *® (R*Dally between Savannah aud Charleston. -(■Sundays only. .. irnln No 47 makes no connection wun Pon Roval and Amtuata ltatlway, .nd slop* only at Rldgeland, Green Pond and Havenei. Tr.iin 15 stops on y at Yema*ee and Green Pond, and counecta ior Alieudale dai y. except Sunday. Trains 42 and 43 conneci from ana for Ileuulort and Port ltoyal daily, except Sunday. _a u For tickets, sleepnnfcar reservations ana oilier ltd rmainn, apply 10 William i re “; Soc ial Ticket Agent, 22 Bull street, ann ( liarlcs'ou and Savannah Railway *lO ■ oiUce, at savaunuh, Florida and Railway depot. C. S. GADSDEN, Supt. Nov. It, 183 i. 1 ___—. Suburban pailtoaq. City and Suburban R'y SAVANNAH G A.. Nov. I ***• ON and after C si)AY. lth following schedule will be observed the Outside Line: LKA VI, AKa 1v £ LMAVe city. city. iisi.e uorr.. mqs 10:2:. A M T:“aT 8:1. An 7:W * J ;*7:00 P * 2:00 P M 1:30 1■ i- 01 '-! On Saturda' and Solid > 'J*L!!,nrnirsC vii. o ivlnff cltv at 4:15 p in. A"?. Jr iVonc t leave Montgomery at 6p m and I*!# ' 1 *T la train will be omllted Sunday*. i l hie tram leaves CUT ' **•” Proll'lenl. _ I, MIR sai.K. Old Paper*, at <■ countinl A 1 R khb of the Morning News; *• ceu Luu*lroU.