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south w >• flo Bartow, t lie Q>ii-ci. ot I’otlc —Tampa’s Wntul' iful Ortrtv h. SOUTU FLORIDA, Jan. IT Bartow, the 4 ‘Qu-.-> and ol 1’0.k,” ] iinqueSlluoaDly on a boom, ll is a •‘•olid" |> ace, and i now having a regular bo-ru. New buildings are going up and toe drraaud is good for residence*. In one Hung be real estate owner* me ,ensb,e: tro-v do not a-k ‘•sca-e” prices lor land. They pre'er 10 aeii at a a r ti.'ure and let their p oflt he made I y the general prosperity ol ti e ...Aiace addin- vane I hir b'-lditws father than frightening off wou! l-oe pur by bgb raies. 1 his is sensible, Kpr.d some o i.er i wns should paiorn Kj, redi- m. Tbe section imrn diale v S round Is settling up > ery fast, and all n icanons point 10 a rap and giowtb lor Bar tc.vs tbe present v*-ar, dii Travel south of Oere has heen large D>i season a.marty, as a gr*a' curiosity Wtm niannesieil in regard to the bitnei to si |s t unknown region lying south of this jxnrii. One large city is already platted out south of the Tr'hue. and t * owi.era as*ur<(l me Nkwis nian tbat this section was a magnificent one. gljSe'rbe Informant, in the ab’e hands ot J|. rsrs. Han sun & hessioi s, IS doing _o and ere. Ii for tne lown. They l;ib are | racli -08 newspaper men and understand what tt>> pu*’l c ieipiire. *1 us courtly C zmm'ssionere have com- Mied wit-t ’e r al estate men end they issuing S') 000 copies ot a 40-page devoted to tue initiesLs of fSfm)*- anves have been ehinped to a large II t, but mint Ire-H right around here still heavily laden with tbe luscious Kit. ySfflui* is ess nilally a dry town. T*m RMfunce l as the upper Hand and wil c n- to have ii loi many years,d üb>less. shipments aie heavy, and me <firstname.lastname@example.org ol this town ain-uul* to a very sum annually. fcA' rgelao ea ate now going forward from Ki-sio mee In large quantuie, and good prices wilt pro ha o y he icaiiz.ii, TAMPA. The Tampa of five years ago and tbe prefect live town p. e*eul a vety fair illu nation ol the great and unparalleled grow th ol tbe "Laud of Flower*,” and es pecially Uus portion In IVS) ibe popu lation was oni v s one 700 l>> 'JdO, aud be tore toe advent ol the • na tdiO ne "<r row (no* wide) gauz •” he- 'UtiF.o ■ Ida ra Iroad—toe place was a m .*t odd the worid. But what ad ttereuee! To-day a live. lU> ivmg, hustling tow n with it rosgu licent i.oiel*, brick and don- bu*- iiie**. h ock*, a nalio ai oan k, tue eritious priva e residence*, with a large snipping Industry anu a population ol probably 3.&Jh. a .and wiui ns suburbs 4.5U0 or 5 (JUO. It is certain v a wide jump anil (be p o pie oere do not consul *r tuls even the Bctnt o toeir desire. T'oey are reacuing cut D all band* and will .ot be con e,it till me are hi reality the ’Savannah” ol >ior da. ftiet s are n t* being taken to in corporate ne ojwo. The general plan is to take in Tampa, Yoor City and Norlb 'J a i.pa Uotlei One guve' no <Ol. Ibec t. will he d>iu a Into ti ' e wards. Kaco wiaro will e ect its uluirin.i, and loui w til he eleced at large. In ak in , uieCou-. ell ome, as at piesent. iu s wilt take in anaieaol a out luur miles square, n - Big ie;and in the hay aud ex tending tbe to* n i m is about One mile West oi ibe riV.*-. ll will be a g/od step Bbd w.ll .esull in ben fit t > all. Toe steaiuab'p sVui ney hr light in last week the welch sand me a urts tor ibccus torn bouse oere. Heretofore ail ud es oo merchandise and stiued lor this port were paid at Key Meet. iivreait r id-.v win be p and here—a very important matter for tbe merchants and uusine-s .uen -I this place. To give some idea ot th duth a collected here.lt may be star-d that Irom ilay 1. IS-d to Nov 10, ISB6. ha duties were ov* r ftki.UOO, ieur seutiii. fu ly a valuition o, some |24.>.ddi). Much is ex i,fee ted ol ine F. U. A N. railroad, width win c one loto town * on tie Eusl ■title. They will |i,nb by tresile to Big Island, aud uav- then and- -n twelve lo ihirieen (-et oi wa er Can neobiamed there easily. Building is going on comi unu*lv, and tbe oarpen i. is’li.innitr aud saw jm ,* energetically* if not musical , wiih the masons' trowel Mr. bparkuiau ,b begiuiiiug io la> brick on hi* new imlck block on Franklin elreet, two storie bign; Mr. M iii* li’s iil 'CK will he inre sun le*; Otaik, Knighl & Cos., a (I \V. A. Jim aker will iso erecL suns ant'al ami bunds roe blocks. Hon. .1.15 Wall will soon but and an elegant tlo i. a,so, ueai the hunk. The lamna newspapers ce'tamly aie wide-aw ike and eo-rgetle. and working Indent i.abh lor Tampa, ihe Jourua , ■wuh \V. N. Conoiey a* edl r and J. ( . Coopei as c y *ditor, is anew a-pi-an for public lavo', lour number* having iiien issued, and we aio u il j idg ■ ti.ev bad struck ,iusi me right chord, ti is well edited, and show* the uun'li woi k oi r.ew * jiupermen. Mr.U. L, Hn nigs, their gen eral lor inan. is tne “iigni nun In ibe right place.’’ The I rlhji.e is pushing o , ns t-ver, bnmlul oi news ad 'acs re carding the interests m tniaaection. E<J ft r Mills, won City Kduor Harden, tuakeja leum. Brn her VI ill* Is ever alt . to me exigencl s o ihe hour, an I pro. jio'es io i-au< ilie Tribune as a emi weekl. heiea ier. Buecees 10 Ho rn. Tampa will he light'd hi elec r cilv soon, loi now iat tho.e atirrin. enLie mi l), Capt. J. T. Lesley, \V. N. C uiole> and it. A. Jackson have la- > n tl e m slier into lotir bands, ac topany w n b formed and ihe eaterpri*e i/ia sd on a business n.-is soon. The Tampa Courier, S. A. Jones editor and prop, ii lor, I* ,he la e.t in tile n w - paper line, it Ia bright el bl-cuiiinn, four-paged paper, ar.d a* .Mr Jones ha~ lots of energy snd vim, we may look lor its continuant e. A Gc i in an- Imeiiojii I- xhibition. Bkki.lK, Jan. 17—I e Badische Landes Ze'lU' g announce* that arrangem nts have been mad'! o bold an i-xti bitlon - I American pio iijets at M uinhe m in >he a'uurrui. 1 lu-t a ion* of ll ein Ann ir a will al-o b • prefemed. and meexuiPn on is especially nt nd. ,1 lo show wiial (, r man* have done to promo i* culture and business en'erprise in tin Un ted 'ime-. Toe committee having the iiimt-i in Charge is composed ol leading c t z n* m Alannlio.m. Toe e\n hilnui, wt.i b the tnanagemeut hopes wi i become pc mu neiit, will be entitled •■ I i.e Cent I Museum of American Products,’* I in i i cessaiv flnai cial sup.>"rt has been se cured irom Mannheim ami Fianklort and from Am r ca. Illel’s liKliitu Fiillihvik, Ottawa. Oxr., Jan. it —lt t learned at tne He, ur ii,out of interna! All's is that a lurge baud o' Cree Indian* report, u ilaiv.lig on ill" South fo k "I IU" -ii n liver n Montana an '.anadian luuian-, Who, under L tile Poplar, took an ac iv lmrt Ir, ti o late reheln-n in the Nort , w,-*t Terri ory aml w..n, ulier t-e insur ectl n wms put down, to escape punishment, crossed over mio the Un"ed Sia e-. I'hev arc nfra and to return to Cans li, as ma y of ibe trifie aie wanted for participating iu the rebellion. Iliiw’ii Law Mauds Flr<*. Cincinnati, Jan. 17.—Senior A Sons, Wholesale i quor dcaleie, brough sun in tbe !>up-rlor C"iirt recently to ns. me constitutionality ol the Dow liquor law und its npplicah lily io w holesale dealeis. The qd' ail ms were decided liv the court to-day decmring the lu>< cnstiiii'lona', und h*t it applied io wholesale and a.eis Tnere are al oui slxtv dealer* n Cincin nati inl're*ted in tb*- question, and hay j,ropo*e tu carry lue case to the Supreme Court. DEkIH IN BUIINING CAR. Tfi r - C'liarr <1 itcmaiiis of Four Cos p-cs Inund .Alter the Fire. Louisville dan. IT.—At 2:15 o’clock til smm lung a, a -peeial frei *bi l ran of Iff cars, loaded a itb notion, w ullmg into i’aducah. Ivy., on ibe iir.e iff tne Chesa peake. Ooio ami Soutnwe r rail way, one of ttie cars as discovered to be on fire. It bad been laken in. lo -ed at Memphis. !*ein transferred Iran the Louisville, New Orleans anil Texas road at that point. Tbe engineer backed tne lain on to a side track and tbe ■ iew endeavored tr. extinguish tbe flames witb D'se attachments. All nev sue reeded in doing, however, *s to prevent toe bre fiom spreadli g to other err*. While removing the debris of t e bur e<l car four dead li dies, charre beyond recogiiiiion, were disc ;verel. To y are supposed lo have been tramps. Wuemer they were wuiteor black it is impossible to sav. Ihe car was locked at Memphis, but tue men must nave et tered to lb ir uorriole ute tnr ucu a w.bdow iu the end, wh cb could have been opened from the outside. A ROUND HOUSE BURNED. CALL.wsr, Mica.. Jan IT.—lue round hou-e i the Heoia and loica Lake rail road, o wm-d by tne Calumet ami Heels Mining Company, was burned last even i tr Five locomotives were burned. Tbe loss is estimated at fCd.uOO t" tT> O K), THItKK PKRI-ll IN A HOTEL. TV es i min-tek, B. C., .fan. IT—Fire broke oui in n.e A lingmn House .'unday mo, n tgat 2 o’clock. Toe su uclure. be ing wooden, w a-s on one mass of flame-, and three guests uuable to escape were burned lo death. FI KB IN A COTTON CARGO. ' HALKSTUX. 15. C . Jan. It*. 2 A. M Fire broke out ab mi 12:30 o'clock Inis morning on board ihe steamer Be*s -rafi a, aliicti IS,I admg with iu on to .Setiaslo pol. The Ship has ab >u i.3to bales of co ton aixgard, alt ol womb will bi dam aged. lb/ toes is c iveri dby inetira ce in London. Toe saip will nut be serious ly dama.ed. A sugar house burned New ■ >klkans. La . Jan. IT.—The sugar bouse on Uionues’ “Knie prise planta tion” was burned this morning, to ty mc-h al* ol surar and a lai ge number l agricultural irnp.emeu s were also de siroyei). isliarp Fracilce. r trr, tA* A Ib'Hy Ib-I.j Stic* tint] Adctrtiter. Whenever ooe down* the average A - trader be is emit led lo either a crorno or a treat. Ad occasionally it is done by some shrewd comirtinan who gets tne neat or chrotno and a hearty laugn thrown in. Uo yest-rdav an Innocent looking speci men ol the geuus * c acker” drove a wagon through Broad street tnai bad upon it a coop ol turkeys. Ine c iop was too tight to admit of a close and carelul inspection ol its content*. AlaxCassel, wbots a trader, tailed the cracker and opened up iiv-gotiations for tne lot. lint ly, after many mutual con cession*. a price was tixed per pound lor 'be wuole lot—all In the coop. Upon taking them ou> one was lourid on Ibt oo t in trampltd to death. Max. at first, kicked against taking It, but toe cracker appealed lo by standers, and tbe agr*e meiit to lake me whole lot was estab lished. Max paid up like a little man tor the turkey s, tue dead one Included, and in vited .tie country Sharper to "lake some taing.” T his incident recalls a little experience ol Mr. JacobLorco, Albany’s weii-knowu cotton exp rt. Am u. three years ayo Mr. Lurch was anxious to secure the trade ol a certain influential Terrell county larmer, and lusde several i ff >rls by offering .ini very I beral barga us. One d*y tue larmer broug l to o.arset lour bales of cotto , and stopped ms wagon just in Iront ol Morris Alayer’s depot. Lurch was on the alert, mid imm diateiy b gan to ply him wiln qu stioiis as to what no would lake lor ids our baies ol cotton in a lumping trade withoui weighing mem. “Barkis was willing,” anil a -urn was • asilv agreed upon. AHer i>urou,.B.ng tuein in- lour bal-s w> re weighed, and, to the cuu.ro o the couutry man, l.Orchuad made about to l by toe trade. lie w, nt home and tbe next week brought another load ol cotton, hut a Filed it aid sold it straight. let ird wi ck alter in* lo.s he brought in lour more ba es that looked like they 'mild >• eigu well. He drove up in front of the depot a usual, but Lorca w s very busy—d and n t have lime loexauiin. til* in He pavieiilly watt'd wuiie Lurch, web the peiturbed an ol a man who was aias ing e p rate efforts io rescue bis tortiiue hum run rushed lo and iro, first to the te egrapa otH-e a. and liick to the slor •, to tbe warehouses and hack again. But, like patience on a monument, loe collu rymsn caimly wand. FmaLv Lori j tnped in the buggy be bloU hisgiuy liucei oalus and osleii-ihlt went lo diniter, but lie nev-r turned npwt the *t re tual aiiei noon, and the c 'Uoiry maii’s beart weighed heavier than hi* ■ii on as a yecetizt lor lour pony w*e;e baud'd lurough the window o tbe scaies rM>m, as he knew that FI a bale oil lor less Loan 3 10 pounds was - ne rote. Mr. Jacob Lorco is mo sly a tox to be cau-bi lii a trap. Vt ll si's Coudll Pill. Chicago, .Jan. iu.—Tne Farmers’ Review says: “Ibe general tenor tit me reports from the winter wheat .'■dales con. .intflote tavorable lor seeded grain. Kte'iis s-e well pro ected wub snow, an l ifi p a t looks.verv healthy. H >g cnoleia la p etfailiDj vviln considerable Virulence ii. Ifliio'is ajfl low a, and prevails web ,i is ■ r less violence iu Missouri, Xudi „na snd Oulo.” I’rol. lilncy Head, Ann Arbor, Mich., Jan. J6.—Prof. Id mu Ulney. LL. L)., the eminent inaiheiiiatic an, wa• louuu dead in hi* bed this lieu ding, dealu having resulted Horn le an and seaso. He was (beau ii*r o ntimeruus anil gem rally used works Oi. mat lieinallcs. For tue lasi 3d year* ii- ha* dlle i Ibe ona r ol Pro(es*"r id Maiueuiaucs iu the Uuiverstiy of Alichl d Hto. I) -ittls of it Form r Navuunaliian. SPARTANIIUHG, H, C., Jan. IT.—J. W. Iveik died ne. to-day. lie wa* a native ii Mivaiinaii, (in., ad lor years was a r Mill lit- 01 < amueii, Js. C Five . <ur-. aii lie iiiai ried M*slt c -aids hi, o N,an an til., and 'filled n- re. Ibe cause ol ins ucalu is pm Liipniia. A French statisiiciau has figured out tbats man uur.ns a liielnm* ui udycais -leeps awa o,tid'd days, w.i/ksaway tne saute period, -ala • wa. 2,00.) days, w.uk* away Kki lia) s, t" ill 6 h uay s ami Ucvou s j ilie balance .I ms lime to amusing bun I ’ ei *’ _______ D > not ailempl poultry raising on a laig- cale U 111 you nave exp riliieiiteU j .Mio asmsi M ick and gamed cxji/rleiice, T ire i. inucii lo learn and Inn lew nav. su cooed and ilu ovo. Id*) Inina. Care aim pail, nee must be eXnrcia and, and tuo en tire time given lai c Hick*. All V H’li I o M. in r % Mrs. Winslow’s rtootblug Syrup should aiwavsiiM used wben children are cutting teeth, it relieve* the Utile sullerer ai once: h produce* naiural, quiet sleep hy j relieving the child from pain, and ibe little cherub awakes as ‘-hnvat as a button.” It is very pleasant to taste, it r-ooihes tbe child, soitens the gums, al lay* all pain, relieve* wind, regulates the b iwei*. and is ibe lie*t known remedy fur diarrhoea, wnethi r analng from teething 1o r other causes, lib cents a bottlo. SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY. JANUARY IS. 188 T. WHAT F ) >1 s W >1 MiTALS HE. The 3rpf*rifnce <f an ** <1 and Wealihjr >l* ichtni of Athens. F’o>f Ath+n- Qi. Bd <*'*•- * tc w'J**• “Every min has bis p e.” So remarked a prominent a*d wealthy m*-rcn*nt of Athens in the Banner- W*icb nan officeyesterd.it mornmg. "1 do not iman that every man can , tciua ly he bought, nut mat ibere ■* *■ un weakness in eveiv man bv whic i he can ■e apprnac ed uen Olio rule the oh h ea in Washington city understand thi*. nnsome Longressm'ri they use mom-v; wita others me. employ the tuandisa merits nt mor subtle amt lairer hands. I r member once to have be*rd iua a prom, ueiit member of tbe Bii isti J’aiiia mem nad ptoven Imperv ous to all ad vances and influence. Fins ly it wa* tound tbai bis weakness was hue dogs, and tue way to hi* favor alt r th s was no longer a matter of such mlrica.e m as urement.” oouie one rernaiked that they knew a close and conservative cotton merchant wlo w.i* never tempted to spend money or speculate. Tbe fisuing pole, however. magne.iz-U birn and he w uld shell on money aud ma*e long trips to ibe lake j m au.le. His weakness wa* unmistaka ble hut lew >eople knew it. “i be.ieve, mo,” continued cur fri-nd. “thill ev ry one is eruZi. more or less, m some euhiect. Every tuau rosome extent ;is a crank. 1 have in I men who seem- u ■ i Le wed balanced and entirely souu i In business, in personal matters, they were correct ami upright. Fioallv I | w uld ni.d a mania totally menus ste ; wit . their rmc>r, aud whtco would | amaze and coni .uiirt tne. The aberration | w mu amount to a craz-. 1 reca 1 a trial , m w nlcu a valuable an, came near being s-t aside on account oi insanity. T n wn| was a m si capiicious work—t ual v Inc insistent with the man’s whole life A physician, nowever. tesntied ihaievery | man was crazy on some sul/j .-ct, and i bai wi | did nut iiece=sarily ar t Ue aoy radical u soundness. ‘•S( e.iktng of stud v in g tee weaknesses o' men, salesmen reduce thi* u > a tine point. 1 ternemb-r once wben I was clerking in astorel ma le it a role to ask exactlv what me articles were worth. I would never fail, or praise up goods. 1 wanted ihe articles sold on their on m rits. A lady came 'n aud pr e-d calico, l charged her two and a ball cents a yard—my C o.est pr ce. She warned me lo throw in (breads and hooks and eyes. 1 cou and not do ibis. She was on ihe poiut m leaving when another clerk came up and a.ked ihe trouble. He told her not to buy ■ bat piece of calico any wav, and showed ber another figure lor tbe sum/ price which w iuld please ber better and he de claied lie would nut he so closeasihe other salesman, but would throw in the tnreads and books. He did so; the lady left well pleased with h m; badly put mu with me, not consc ou*. noweier, that her friend bad mad- about ITo. more out ■if b*-r than 1 had charged. ‘•There is a power in magnetism and matazetnent. *Bu good buyers,” said he, “seldom make good salesmen. Buyers must be close, cool and conservative, /"alesmen must be free-handed and sociable; iut oiten are inexact. A gobd salesman is seldom a giMid huyeror a good collector, tor ibe two latter go together. ‘•1 remember when I was inthedrv goods business, I lound Stewart’s in New York the m"*t satisfactory p ace to buy. Ibe goods were always as represented. I could count on tbat. They were marked down to the lowest point. They would not sell tbem any lower. They never cracked them up to you or asked vou to buy them. Tbe goods sold themselves, 1 never liked to he bother and by loquacious salesmen while 1 was looking at, goods. Tnat was one thing 1 liked about Stew art's. When I went through his go-d*. 1 never ask- and lor a salesman to go with ine; but took alnoi; a boy to show me good* “I nave n ited that go and power to plan Isseldom linked witb fine ex-cutivre lat ent. There is one power wb'cb draws 1 men to you in crowd*, on the st eei oor- I m-rs or i > the rail rail car. Soin-men at- ) tract and some repel. Then there is a ! nower whieti marks the quiet inan who j bps at his desk aid manages a business | vjth ut being known at all. Probably j <• talking and hustling parmer get* tin creaii for he sm-ce-s. Ine latter has his ; p ace and Ids quiet assoc aie probably snows tlow to Use I im.” What lools these mortals be! THR LE.VoU <.l v v.A.NTRR. V Meeting to c 'oosiil-r Its Kctluction lo SI.OOU. A letter dated Shreveport. 1.a., was re ceived yesterday Tr im President Morrow slating tha a kneeling ol the Southern L- ague will be called in a few days to consid-rt.be reduction of the vuaran’ee ■und t" 11.' 00. Tbe only clubs that have put up ihe fi.OOO are On wriest -n, Na-h --vide. New Orleans and Memp is Charleston is tn lavnrof a redticiion. and will it-e its itilltt nee to secur it. It is not known how tne other clubs will vote. President Morrow sai s that Little j Rock ami Evansville are seeking admis sion to tne l> ague. The l"iig jumns which it would requ re to cover so lar e a circuit, anil ti.e lesseuing of tne local liueresi milnaies against the admission of towns so far apart. The league circu t is now lar er than it ever na* been, aed the admission o! New Orleans was ques tionable <>n tbe ground that it would re. quire too long a jump to reach there. As soon as a meeting is call. <l, which will probably he n e latter part of this week, the matter will he delini'elv sell led. GKNFIIAI, liVII.W v Y .MAVS. Matters f Money an I Management About Various I,lues. Work Is to he commenced on the Black, ville and Ashton (S. C.) railroad on Feb. 1. The Oranee Belt route will commence imm*dia'elv to i xtenil ts line Irom its present terminus at Oakland on lo the Gull. Work on the Silver Springs, Oca'a and Gulf railroad has been su|ie:iil and 'or a wh le. The road, however, has been graded and tied to Withme lOc'nnt river, and Is ready for the rollln stock. Tlur teen ml es of the road, commencing at Ocala and running west, is now under op oration. Ttin Noriherittn-isr. Its I .way. The northernmost railway in the wnr’d has )Ut been completed. It runs from the town ot Wara in Finand, northeast lo Uleaborg on tbe Baltic, and tluis con nects that place directly hy rail witb the capital of Kn*sla and Uie rest of Europe. The niir'hem terminus lies in latitude 05, w hioh is only deg*, soul h ol the Aic iiu code. This lat Hide runs tbr u h Iceland snd through the southern pi r lion ol Greenland; It cuts ncros* Hud son’* s’l'uit, passes through the extreme northerly part of Hudson’s huv a, and thr"U h the centre ot Alaska hihl in'er sects Asia, almost as tar north as Behring slruit. Tli- Diolto blog e Track, ‘•The dead'y single trank” is charged bv the Btifl'lo(N. Y.) Express with the responsibility of train collisions and It prescribes the rem -dv by declaring: “Nc single-truck railway ought to bn per milled to run passenger trains, unless through a sparsely *ettliU lerritorv. Ii I* idle lo call lor greater vigilance and better supervision. So long as fa t Pallia a e allow, and to run In opposite dir**c mu* on the same line of track these Rightful iniis-acris will occur, lh- way to stop I them i lo prohibit their pussibiiltv.” Wether Indication* ' j Special indications for Georgia; fAIR i‘' oi der and fair weather. j F-.r Virginia. Notth Carolina, .'ouib Carolina. Georgia and East-rn Florida; Colaer, nortkwesterly w nds, fa r weather. Tns ui.Mt >f iue rivsr *t Augusta at l:Bh>’al>ig o. u. veserd ir (Augusta time j was T 4 leet—a fad ot 0.4 feel during th* preceding 24 hours. Cos ,icarat've *ia s unit of temoerature ai savaunaii Jan. IT liSti and IS3T: IV #. 10*7 :Sfl a.M ti :ss *. 45 i.m r. . S-. mi ... ; If .3o r 4 4 , : * r. a s 4. im.im in ,l*v p.Mim .*. 7: dimmum 41 Minimum 44 dean tempe'atur* Mean temperature I4ty 47 of ay .... 53 Itainfv 0.0 Rainfall 0.1. Observations taken at the same moment of ti ue at a,I station*. OiVlNSitt. .Jan 17. :SS ?. Cltv time. I einperamre. Dmu'lion, * y \~*m7T c K&infnli. Nasi or Stations. Romani j 19 V W iO ?4 S'eet. liw‘on 2W N VV 2 20 ght snow. i:!oc* nlanl kk W 2* Light snow. New Tors 3/ N V . ,17 ciou ty. ' : a-:-- cm i .12 Nvv --,* 18 lear. Wasningion .. 30 SVV :8 ... Clear. Cai*9 deary... 3* L * rfotlt .. .. 34 v -V . t ( i .iciv. Charlotte .. 3J N VV 3 Clear. li ••> ilawg .07 Wj|m ngi >0... 8* NVV :o 0.7 i.ign' rain. Charles’. >0 .. 42 Nvv 0 0* C ■•huv. V g -la. ... .1- VV 17 (hear. Bavaknaß. 44 svv p :5 Clouly. lirtauD i.ie . 47 s vv o. .... 1 -.-ty, im VVest.... i 6* S VV .... Cl- *r. \i -nta ... 8* N W if v le.ir, Penac*/la 4ti s 2 Clear. Monde 44 v VV 2 < !™r, Vd-nigomery . 4":N vv 1 Clear. Vic-sourg ... 3h N iciear. Fes* Oris ana 4. \ 16 Clear, snrevepori :vw g Clear. Fcrt-imtli 80jS VV .... o.e .r. GaiTe-v-n 4'i N 13 Oar. Pi esune 87j N fit ar. Erownsvills... Hi N 1/ .... Cloudy. Rio Grande.... 521 Cloudy, EnoxvUle :9 VV ;13 .... (hear. Meiniuii* .... S3 W Clear. Sarhvi !e 2 vv 7 clear. Louisville .... 20 vv i*; Light snow. Inliauauoh*... 7 vv is Cimidy. Linc nnau *7 N VV <; .01 Fair. PlUsimrg .... 22 VV 16 'ignttnow. ISuffato 19 VV ;2* 02 • londy. Cleveland 14 VV 5 .... I. ght snow. Marinette _ * X VV,24i Clear. Chicago 2 X " Cloudy. Duluth _l XVV 9 ... (Clear.' Si. Pain _l4 VV 1;|. .. (hear. Davenport _ 5 VI 1>! Clear. Cairo 2< N VV 1 ear. Bt.Homs 13 V w 22 1 f lear. Omaha 4 X w 7 j.... Clear. Vankion. six VV 7 .... 'Clear, Rismareg _*• ... o ear. D ad wood . . SVV i Clear. North P acte .. 22 NVV 7|....j( lear. DoaseCitv ... 2.1 ’N VV 1.. ICiear. lndifiiii-s below 2er >. G. .V.SALiSBcay, 'igaal Corp*. C. S. A. Colored Border Handkerchiefs a specialty at Beisinger’r, 24 Whitaker s'reet. . Linen cnliars selling at five cents each, s'aridi' g and turn ('own, slighily soi|**d at ihe Famous New York Clothing’House, 14h Congiess street. Potetuea Potatoes, Potatoes! For Eifin; or Planting. 100 BARRELS CH MCE SEED ROSE. 75 do BURBWIiS. 50 do Fb EULESS. 50 do TRiLIfICS. We can suit you in price ad quality. Rutatniea Turni p. Choice C&Mwn t He t Ouloa* a Nrit^s Ra's?n% Pa f ca, Prune?, C rrniits. Itnuer, i rFe **, P ull y, Eggs, b^o. Sen ! in your onlers a.iri wo will give you goutf go * In itl)"ti'jni price . J. B. Chesautt & Cos., 90 SAY STREET. TELEPHONE 273. Sesd Potatoes! 100 p'x ’r''- KXTKA early ROSE 5‘ bh *. BCR ii \NK P IT * TOES. 60 1/blB. I.aRLV MAI rite POTATOES. These ara the fl, e 1 a fleeted Seed Potatoes, having gotten bem direct from Nova Scotia fur plan.iug purpo* s. * VERY LOW BY A. H. CH4&IP2QN, 154 CONGRESS STREET. Seed Potatoes. |rf\ BBC*. KAKLV If'SE POTATOES. lel ' 15u b a*. O • d'leh Potaine*. HOri '-M PRICES. A. E -RLICh & B*?0 , Wholesale Grocer*. 57 Biy street. Im >tat< i ana p- 'bre * choice planting t*vV/U and eating potatoes. -FUR SA E BY- C. M. GILBERT & CO., Corner Bay nml l mart ►tree's. Digogl t 0 • P tit •. Notice of Dissolution. THE limited copnrttierr'htp tn the Fertilizer 1 I; Giue- herein r • xi-tmg netwce'i (lie un ’crw'c * and. on ler 'h* thnn nanicof V M IH.I/EoN,'' nt di•■*# veil tiy lin i* at ion on .1 n ;ii \I t Mr. ia authorized io iit[uuiai; ttic busiuos oi the opar-nersiip. M. MklaM>N, General Durtncr. S. L. J.KVV, > ( mci 1 Partner, FU A>• < IS t. N A I.K. Ailmr Wilfred Verde, t>ct;M special Pariuer. NOTICE. r rHEtle th of one < f inv special Partner" 1 ion* oritur the llquidat •!> ut mv ea t Im-iiMS- ueci’fssary, Ihe ler or Jiu i t>M> h'U'C'iulure coil tic ed by me w i! U* cm trined by Mksskb. if tlt i'-il* *R\ E A 111 t. * U. under ilie vl •of 'THE L)KLK )N ur \No • O and I*AN V ” 1 c rl tally rec in mend them to my former p . runs, aud soTtcU f r iiicm i snare o y.iur traue. PfcCKLY M. DeLEON. Notice of Copiirtucrshlp r l''HK umlsrs'gned have this dav iormo i a 1 General Pti l,nfi ship under th llrm I. mo of If V-i r.lloßN hi A HUGER, and ii ring arranged with Mr I'KII (V tl, f)i:L OX i r the eon innance of ihe Fer ililzcr Biintues* wtely c >i.dueled Ir him. will se I id* well-know- brand • uuifer hr style of ••'IHE ItKlcov i'A\o ( (ivipaNv " I, WHENCE 11 ART.HORN'K, •INO. W HUGE-. ,J AVI'RV 18. i k 7. (Sltucatimtai. Miirtyn'M roinnirrctal Colloire f 8 8 Slx h rcet, Wasnina - on, l> c. Provides praeucaliy use ut husine*-* edto atiou. no t< mis nor cations. Studenis en er at any lime 'forms—ldfo elo ar*di, #pi; Twei o k ’ course, board, etc., |75. eud ior cir cular*. Plfrttngc. The Chatham Mutual Loan Association The* aionthlr mectiajfof >ene* B wilJ l>c held .it Hall THIS (Tuesday KVBXING ntso’clock. R. D. GL’ERAttD, President. Wm. and. Harden, Secretary. .T aM ART i!>. I<V7. h ild^rs* SOTTHWF3TERN KiILEOiO Co.,j Offk *. M acon. .J n. 1.• 1667. * The amua m*-eilug of MocUn ider f 1 ompt ■ will t,e taeid in the Comprint ’* ofti <*. "• er ti.e CcDir.il G orkna IJhuw. hiri -irtei. .Miicon, Da , uo Till KsDaK FLBEtCAIO io* ISsT, mi ii o'clock a. m , for be • lecu-m of & Pre- Teni an i Seven D rectors fur ibe eiiNU iug e?ir. >locwbol<l> r* will be free e ver thi* road, on pet* cm tut on of iheir c-rt (1 ate *f flo k. com ne t • the ineti'tng on ihe 6t . Bih nd iib t Htia rutnr:iinf fr’m ihe inee ? r**gon Uie iOib, Jllh aud 12’h f Fcbruarv, e*7, W. S. i.RWTL . N ec. ami Treats. Stockh*li!eiV The fourth annual meetinc of ihe Stock holder* f the At anu Home In7ii*riD-e • • m pan? w.'l Le bel’ at 'he co pa v’' oh re and Ailania, Ua., IULSDa V. J.m. 25: t, begin iiing at l; a.. A fir item! of T•'*•-S l V .0 Pf H C r. NT. has l>een fieclare i on I'.e ooinpanv’a At-ck an i ha>* -een pp led o un paul b i jince* n s.oc’k fub-cripuons A 'lift* • len torTKN PKR < KXT. his been lare i also, on till pri-nt-.ms o- ,Hnn'in |ol’ (S iu fAn-e l>*r. xl. I*B*. JOKL HI'RT, >eu’y. Sp.tt.U ildtirro. Kl N NI>G .M AI ( H7* JAMES NEWCOMB, of Savannah, Ga M Is to run a 100-yard match f or a gold medal and |)00 a>d the chmp on*hfp. Siibscrib rs holding tioheta for the Mendel*ohn Q’Hn t* tte Lo cert at the Theatre Tuesday, Jan. 55 pan haves* ■ ;• ©served at Messrs. IH? a Broa*. THIS DA Y, Jan IS, at 8:30 a. m. Gen eral Reserved 'e-t -a'e begins WLD>E DAY. t 6:80 a. m. >YILB. R’S C 'D LIV k Til AND PHOSPHATE OF LIME Cares Cnghs, f olds, Asthma. Kron chiti'and scrofulous Humors. The friend* <>f persona who have been re stored from confirmed Consum lion by the "se o r thib original pr- para Hon. and the gr- teful parties thi maeives, iinve, by recom m nding it and a knovrledgflrg is Wonder ul efli' acv, vlven the. art'c • a pot uiaritv in New Kng and, Ihe Col Liver (.n is in this combination rolj e 1 of unpl^aeant astr-, a dr‘*n*r and !■ uh y effective In berjg coupled wj h the Lime which is Dao fa re oranve principle, snpplyire nature with just the assistance required o hea and restore the 'iseaaed Lu ir A B. Wilbor, Boston, lropriet'*r. SoHI by a I druggist*. Savannah Gas Light Company. Savannah, Ga., Jan. 17. 1847. A diviflen i of TWO AND A HALF (2t<) PER CENTUM on ihi capital stock of ibis Company ha* been Ueclarvd tnlsday, payable ou and after THURsD * V . the 20th inst A.G. GUEtiAKD, Pres'flent. Notice, AH bills against the British steam hip “Marion,” Jeffe'ls, Mmtcr. mu*t be present ed at our office by or before 12 M. WEDNES DAY. Jan. 19, or payment thereof will be de barred. A. M[*JS * -ONS, Agents. Notice. Parties homing claims against the United States Government for cot ton tnkenand cap tured by Treaoury Agents after the iate war will Hud it to tbeir advam age to consult with J. F. DR iOKs Manager, lUS ad 137 May street, Saviinnah and Tjbee Bailwav Cos. OFFICE OF TRKASFRER. 11l BaV >T.,| 6a VANN A 11, Jau. 8, IHB7. i Bv repotntioD oi 'lie Board of l>ireci*r§ adop ed at last regular mi et n ■ n KOL l.’Tli INS l'.\ I* M.KNI OF TWhMT-KIVK Fe.lt LhN I . of tbe Prcterreff t apital Stock G Hied for. p ivab e at inis oftic • r o TIIK SKVKNTH l\Y OF FE Mb U \ ItV, itv*>7, JOHN W. KUICIVU IIS. rensurer. Hr. Henry S. Colaing, SURGEON DENTIST, Office corner Jones and Drayton street. Graduate BaHfm ire College of Dental Snr- gery. Dr. 11. 11. Hitchcock Offer? his professional services to the citizens Savannah. Oftice I<>o Liberty street Llmer’s Liver l orreetor. This vegetable preparation n Invaluable for the restoration of tone and strength lo the system. For Dy.pepsla, Constipation and other ills,caused by a disordered liver, il can not be excelled. Highest prizes awarded, and indorsed by eminent medical men. Ask for Ulmer's Liver Corrector and take no other, tl 00 a bottle. Freight oaid to any address B. F. ULMER, M. IV. Pharmacist. Savannah, Ga. Notice to lax Payers. LITY TKFASI Hi K’S OFFICE, / Savannah. Ga.. .I.uiua y !b>. Is 7,> The fallowing faxes are now flue: HEAL -sTA I’k. fourth quarter IS*<3. ST<J* K IN Tit \I>E. fourifi uunru r GB*s. FU it N 111' E. etc., four* h quart* r Inn i. MONEY, I)Et 6, etc*, fourth qunr er W \ i K v Ii ENTs, iti otlviifice* for eix uioiaUi i ending .1 ime 30i n. GkoUN'i* ICE NTS In arrotrs for two or more ouar crp, gPM.'IFIC or BUSINESS) Tax for the 3t'hr 188*, Ad scountof t*v p*r c*r,t, wil be Hllowpd u:-o REAL ESTATE. STOCK IV Tli\l>E, Fl RNITI fc. MONEY, eic., and v a J'Elt KENtS. if pud triAin Jifuan <J>tyß /./ J u<> v fi mf. And a discount of un p*r r*vt, wid heal* lowed upon SPK* IFILTAXENif paid on or before Jiinu ry .';1 t. C. s. il \ RDKK. Citv Trea*nrer. Valuation of Itenl Estate, Improve* in>*nts, Aditilioiis, Etc., for the Year aB7. OfkicxCitt "Ckcssrr.r s ,) Savannah. Ga , .Jhii 4,1 87. s Ihe u ok, containing vai n'ions of die followiug oropoi ty lor tuxutn n durinu Uu* yp.ir :mn7. viz: Real ©slate hii ■ i f| rov meniH hihl propcrli o evrr\ u nd not i ereio iote tuMVNK.’.i, iiu iiitiing neu bni tliugd erect* e<l and in)|*r <reiiu*ii R mil a IdiiiMii mi te s nee the Lis’ *Nme it, is t\uv> oi*.-ri for h - p eU’ ii n thin oillce, and n*i ce in hereby ’Von l"iiu coiicei’io'l lo Hi** their o'Jec.tiodn, if any tin > iiavo. wi hm tlm* y a ft from Um duie, other>viHe he oHsMineiiiß therein con* lm|< t*(J will ho Una and eo clu*ive at* lid Hui the value by which t> efttiraaic the t. x t * ie codec ed fv re n. O Jo di' ns mufti be rn deln 'vritlng and ad- UrofNC'i to me Aa^csnoien 1 Lotnmitieo. < .s. HA'i E ( it', Lun-orer. Pntcio fttiHituu’O Don’t, Il You Don’t Want To, Suffer from Hnbtttinl Con*rlpatlon. Dvspcp iiu. Headache, Uciirtbnrn,etc., et". when Cascara SagraJa Laxai/e lonic will just bring you out right a* a trivet, PREP SUED ONLY RY J. R. HALTIW ANGER, APOTHECARY A FAMILY I IIEM IST, Bioiifhio < ami Hr.iyton Stccpts aud YYuvuc and Whitaker Sttect*. St at, or vykathsr jlnnoimcomtit** >Ol Ht. 1 am not a candidate for the position ot Alderman. JOHN'L. HAMMOSD. J AST ART. I*. IB>7. A lard. Editor J/ rn l nj Eric- : Please announce throueh tout columns that I am not a candi date for Alderman, and will not serve if eleet ed. Yonrs truly, EDWARD F. LOVELL. Notice. The nee of my name on any Aldcrtnanlc ticket is without my consent. Re(-pctfully, LEE ROY MVEIts. FOR mayor: RIFFS K. I.tSIER. FOR ALDERMEN 1 WSI. Dt'.VCAN. GK UGH J. MILLS. • K". Vs I HOLS, KOHi. I). imtUKT, D Will \V 1.1.1.:-. D. U. THOM a-. 11 kKM AN MYERS, -INO. 'CUWAItZ. W. h. MH.h, i.K .RUE S. HAINES, ■I. J. Mi. DUX' 'UGH, J. H. SHKI.DON, Vt’f. i e u .tdera cm'Zens of Savannah, in'll t" present to ihe voter- at the commit nun :c i* a i c cctiou me above ticket furilajor and Aidcrmen. it is n t n-cess ry-o rcconimenil them, as hey are veil -n w.t.C’P b-e am! thorottifOly devotcu to the b. -t interest of irus el y " ■ ill stinpori tins ticket and solicit for H the t tea ot our fellow citizens: II M Comer J A Kin-tern Georjf.* W Parish \t llilam IV Gordon •) H Katill JolinH nnery IBaliauirno NoahuTlton -V B i'lltoa Robert J Wade ' 'I lam G rrar t D c Bac u ■loii h 0 lou Luk Carson W M McKee I’ II lliiUin S Pooodwin G M Ityals II S Hah e- W imam Clifton •Jo-in \ W ilson HP in art G $ Me Al| in Wei aui ii SLi U well t H Blood worth T Pif avemei H G Kcniinjt W al.ae * r lev W' s King Peter W Meldr in George a Mercer Heory^Butidtieim G it Pritchard F A Kioatom Linile Newman Sm on lauckenbeime:' ' S Guekrnheiner Julian Schley IV J W’ii n O L Tdiou F.eming W Wina K A W. II I Kpsiem W iliam Roger* •I J Sn Ivan M F Suiiiraa and several hundred otner-. GEKMAv-A3IrRL( A CITIZENS! To-niorr<*w an election will take place for M ycr hdii The Exccuti. e > oro mitte-; of iMe German-American Citizens’ A si elation deem it tneir duiy to point out to >ou the necesH v of supporting tlie HON. RUFI 8 E. LESTER for re-election to the office of Mayor, and to select puch m-n only for Aldermen as have ueen foun<i to be the True and Trusted Friends of fonign-born citizens. D * not treat this 'e tion Itgh U ! Apathy on sour ptrt mav be of the gravest c-'iipcjaenct-g to you here after! Show your-ei'e- worthy of being American cmz nr-! Exercise }our piivncgc. as • itizenn 1 ke true men! Be pure and v.ue for Col. fU T FU3 E. LES TE h- Mavr! nothing piev- nt you from i erfortnif g your du y mantu ly! B‘tt to vot.* is ot enough Your duty does not • eas* there! You must use every legiti mate iufluen e you in seeing to it that your friends go to the polls also and de posit the* LK'TKit v ie!’* Kemember, h* is your friond—a man above repr -ach, audjusr to all, without fear and lav r, betdue., i.ber l l iu his views* To t-upnorr. su<*h a man Is not on'v vnur dutv, but should be your p easim . Bear also in mind iha l ti>e men who oppose him were never your fr end.-! His eneoi * are \ ur \u ! When you banie for KUFUS E. LK>- 1 E you battle for yours* f! By o derof the Executive Cotntni'tee of the German-An er ca C iiizimis’ Association. E'HLE .NKWMAN, Presideut. H. G. kreKt’t K S' eret ry. <rml tj, etc. WEDDINGS! Fine China Cut anil Colored Glassware S Silverplatsd Ware. Bisque and Brooze Statuary, ETC., ETC., ETC., Sn tible for W(fd:ng Presents, AT SI LVA’B, 140 H oiipht iri v ir > et. yattrye, P U M Ps ! • ; 'll •> Lift and Force Pumps Of Many Kinds. N ofl sv n DRIVEN WELLS SU^'K At Short Notice and Moderate Rates. John Eicolson, Jr., 33 anfl 32’ Dray;oa Si. -A V A TV' -v AH, - - GA, §) tennariiin. Siiv.itnuli Veterinary infirmary,. OFMi Ii \M) ST A B K 8 Mill- ,a Milt SOU.’ I '. Bliu I) aNii 7 1 -j*v l:\MiGl.lil STREETS. Dr. /JAM/ 1 GEORGE K. MVITUEWS, Vote ruiui i sui gonu, treats ml Di-en-cit of l<.•. Cntile and Dogs. M and clti* supplied fr>r ti l diM'Rse*. cui nprouipuy attended to, any part cit \ or ci untv. Prescriptions by mad. On hand day and Ufght* Telephone No. St* CULTIVATORS! CHEAPEST AN 1 II SS T. KOK HA Lie r.r— WEED A CUiIXWELL SIVANNAH THEATRE, Jnmißrj 20—One N' f ght Only, JAMES O’NEILL, PRESENTING MONTE CRISTO With a Brilliant Cat, Elaborate New Scen ery, Realistic Stage Picture*, paintedex presilv for this jilay by Mr. Gaepard Maecier, Niblo’e. New York Grand Effrc 8. Correct Appointments ana Ac ropr'.ntc c.is'.nmes: and the entire pro duction PERFKCT IN EVERY DETAII, Reaervcil seats at Bavia Bros.. J.,n ip. Next Attraction Jan. 25. Meudelnnhn Quintette Club. 800,1 7urr.iotiing © lOtTe. REDUCTION In Wnoi Underclothes, Slirts, Drawers aM Half Hose, And in Camel’s Hair Goods, PREPARE FOR THE NEXT COLD WAVE AND BUY AT THE REDUCED PRICE. FUR TOP GLOVES, FOWNE’S ENGLISH DRIVING GLOVES AND RID GLOVES IN VARIETY. 1 FUItTOF GLOVES §sl Dunlap’s Fine Hats AND Nascimento’s Self-Conforming: Hals, MOST COMFORTABLE TO WEAR. BOYS’ HATS IN VARIETY AT LA FAR’S. 23 BULL STREET. _ propooaio Uiantta. Notice to Contractors. E>ms ARK SOLlcrTKn. and will be re > c ivei on a uxirch bu*ldi- g. to be erected at ryan Court House, Bryau County, uutil Ja>>ur\ 83s’, JB*7. Ihe following is a ion of said Church bui ding: It is >o be suxo ie*-t— ]6 fe**r b*- tweun join'B To be underp on 1 ') wdh brick. A.I lumber o be dres-ed b> hand, ce ting aud fl'< rii g to be matched. Two dotib e doors n trout; lour window* m one si. e, and three wind ws and one door in the other-i te, and ■ne bet ee i floors ;ti front. All Lum er. >hmgu'B and lir ck furnished on Lhuich lot iy Btiikbng Conimmee. All Do *rs. >sn and B inds. Nai.e. Lock* and Hinges. Paint and Patntin., to te furnished lv Contractor, teeple on centre of roof 2<> feei high. Inside \v;>rk§—three rows of pews two rows six feet long, one row ten feet long ih'rty-six iu all. Pulp t and Alt.irtohe nice aid neat. Ad bin- -I ost he - nt t > JOHN li HENBY, or J. T. *M I.Vis, at Bryan Court iluiise, Bryan couuty Ga. Prop aais fur Pump House, T-*uk itnd ffii- er vl sl|), Ovricp. of Assistant Qtartermaster, > United tates a my No. 2 Plt hs st..J West End, Atlanta. Ga , Dec. si, i->6. > SCALED PROPOSAL- IN IRIPMCATE. subject to u.-nai conditions, wl 1 be re eei • e ; at this idßce iiulil !1 a. m., < onlral i me, W< dne-jd.iv. February 14 h, I>B . nt wh ch time an pi ice they .'ill tie opened in t> e prvs-nce of ntien ling b and ere, for the f I • **wiiig ie cribed ork ou the military res* ervoion. Atlanta, Ga.: Fr the coustruciio oi' one boiler and pump house. One cvprees tan!; and trestle. Oues a u ijumu and b x er complete (for deep well). gt ,7 H e*t of wnrer mains more or less). Tne Uuiud s a cs ieeerve* t e right to reject nf o- all bids, or pat’i* th’rv of, and lo waive defec s. Blank prop->.sals. plans and spe< ifixations, tnstruc ions ><B to nidding, e ms of < onn act, t ’„ wttl be fund lud ou application to ttna offi Knve o; es containing proj osals must be marked prop .ha s for pump house, etc . aud adurecce-i to ihe under ign •*, J. VV. JACOBS, i Capt. ami A Q M. U. S. A, |jMO. (Ft . IILACK LIE PEAS Seed Potatoes, Seed Oats, Onions, Apples, Turnips, PEANUIS. FLOP.IDA JP.ANGEB, LEMONS, KYE, HAY. GRAIN, Etc., FEED. COW PEAS, FEED MEAL. Get oar prices on CAR LOTS of Graiu and Hay. IG9 Say Street. VV. I>. Simkins & C’o. Keystona Cow Psasj Rust Proof Seod Oats. A 1.80 Grain, Bran, Etc. BY fj.S.icALPIN 1 ■ - I! v V STI.’KKT. ptl|et Btvf|t*. WARDING! COLD DRxIFTS STOPPED BY USING Rubber Weather Strips. A. B. COLLINS & CQ P luratmno WILLIAM KM'ILL KS r 11. L*S N KWS I• 1C DOT, ~ DK AI.KR IN-- newspapers, Periodicals, Magazines. No. 18 BULL STREET, (SCREVEN HOUSE), SAVANNAH. CEORCIA.