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ITEMS IN THREE STATES. GEORGIA, FLORIDA AND SOUTH CAROLINA PUT IN TYPE. A Hart County Man Put on the Pen sion Roll for Services In Removing: the Cherokees An Attempt to Wreck a Train in Morgan County - Infanticide Brought to Light in Lowndes. GEORGIA. An old Inlian p--t unearthed on the farm of J. M. Matthew.-, near Malisyii, a day or two ago. Lowndee county's delegates to tl** con cessional convention will support /ion. H. G. Turner for renomination. Walker county presents to theoounties in that judicial circuit. K. SV. Cqpcland, a; a candidate for solicitor general. B. A. Moore of Jones county shipped on the 17th inst. 1,020 watm-ip- ion*, ranging ►from fifteen to fifty poiindtOaoh. The property if Clarice county haa in crease-' $223,000 in value in the last year. The greater |>orti >n o(,(!i*s is m Athens. Mrs. H. M. Spemv of Hamilton county last Saturday nigly during a storm, g >t np to light a lamp. /- I r moving around in the dark, fell n/i roku her left arm, A mass mei lifng of the citizens of Frank lin county is /idled for the first Tuesday m August to "mature plans for holding a fair and an exhibit at the north east Georgia fair. A regnlar farmers’ alliance was organ ized ayt'hattooga last week with thirty three charter menders, by D. W. Smith of Havwuof, who is the orga iprl r IValker npil Chattooga. This is the tirit regular alliance in that county. Prof. Lovejoy having resigned the prin cipalship of the Valdosta institute the true tees have about completed arrangements f r the school to open on or ab- a tho first or middle of September, under the manage ment of a capable and experienced educator. Milledge Hayn s, of Hart county, has re ceived notification that he has boon p'aoed upon the pension list, for injurie- received while removing the Cherokees from Geor gia to their re-ervation. He will get about S2OO back rations and then p per month for life. Judge Peoples is preparing for a Lowndes county exhibit at the state ftur. un ler the auspice of the Georgia Si tiihern road. In a letter Pr- sident Spark- sov.-ral days ego said the road would be completed to Val dosta in time, and that the Georgia South ern would place a ear at the disposal of Judge Peeples for the tran-portati m of the exhibit to Maeon and back, fi-ee of charge. At Augusta, at the early morning serv ioes Saturday, previous to the holy eom inumou, there wax presented to St Paul's church, by the children of the late Mr. Charles A. Platt, a handsome pulpit of brass and marble, as a memorial to their lather. The base of the pulpit is of Ver mont dove colored marble, while the stand, railing and lectern are of embellished brass. A convention of the democratic party in Berrien county will tie held in Nashville on Aug. 4 for the purpose of electing delegates to the gubernatorial and congres ional con ventions. The chairman of each militia district wnll call mass meetings of their r - specti ve districts to be held July 28 b - select five delegates to the county convention at Nashville, and one delegate to the senatorial convention, which will convene in Valdosta. A few days ago some miscreant placed a band car across the track of the Covington and Madison road near Har Labor creek, near Madison, which one of the engine-rs on the road ran into while moving at rapid speed down grade, resulting in the almost complete wreck of the engine. The engineer discovered the obstruction in the very nick of time and escape-1 serious injury. A mo ment later he and his fireman would ha ve doubtless been killed. At Lafayette, a day or two ago. the road hand-, while grading Patton avenue from the square to the depot, struck the box in which George Cunningham, who was hanged there- in March, ivsd. was buried. Some thought the body was not there, and some thought it was," and to decide the question, two of the planks of the box were removed, and the coffin lid being decayed was pushed in. A negro put his mattock into the coffin, which was full of water, and to the consternation of all present, when he drew it up it had on it the skull of the exe cuted criminal. It was viewed by a large crowd, after which it was dropped back and again covered up. TV alker once had a noted and expensive hog case, the costs amounting to more than SOO. A certain roving sow was claimed by two different parties. On the first trial the decision was in favor of the defendant The case was promptly appeale 1. When it came up the second time bith sides came to the scratch with an overwhelming array of witnesses Toward the conclusion of the testimony a prominent witness for the defense said he had a confes sion to make. The defendant’s sow had or. one occasion gotten into his field, and in getting her out she fell into a deep narrow ditch, and landed on her back. His dog closed in on her and bit her severely l*>- tween the fore legs. If it was the defend ant’s sow, the scars would be found on her. The examination was made, the scars found, and the case was decided iu favor of the de fendant. It is needless to say tint he for gave the witness for scarring his hog. Several weeks ajjo a negro child—a girl— about 7 mouths old, died under suspicious circumstances on the Young plantation in Lowndes county. On Wednesday last Vic toria Williams, the graadmott'er of the dead child, swore out a warrant ag.-.inst Isaac Brown, the stepfather of the child, charging him with (.eating it to death Deputy Sheriff Vara arrested the aan Wednesday afternoon and lodged him in jail. On Thursday Coroner C. G. Scruggs summoned a jury and had a judicial in vestigation. The body of the child was taken up from its little grave and Dr. Burton made a pod, mortem ex amination. He fund its skull frac tured in two placi-s. and its little body Otherwise bruised and beaten. The mother and grandmother testified that Isaac Brown had beaten it unmercifully with a club on numerous occasions and hit it on ti eho cl with the heel of a shoe. The te-timiiny seems to have been conclusive, and the jury found that the infant had come to its deatu by blows from its mother's husband, n ,1 the same was murder. Brown left Ins wife several years ago and was gone two years. When he returned he found his wife living with another man, and this child was the offspring of tho liaison. Hence the mans antipathy for the child. FLORIDA. Some cans of unrefined oil recently came ashore at Cape Caaarveral. A number of turtle* have been killed and left on the beach u.-ar Ounarverul. The rumored salo of the De boon spring-, property has not materialized, as yet. Twenty-four alligators were killed in ono night by a boy at Spring Harden last week, The Teacher's institute for Pasco aid Hernaudo counties will U-gm its session t/>- day. Lat week Capt. B. W. Sims and wife of Ocoee, had their lives insured for 11'|<KXI each. C. P. Wilcox has received his apyniiit ment from the governor as Volusia's n.-w treasurer. It is cluimeii there will bo fifteen proljJ baton tickets cast at Orange City at the next ejection. The inland lake* in Volusia c.4ntv iur lower at priMit than at any til#* dui ing the past ten years. In Paw ■< county, ths potato F"op, so -eri ously Jmipiriisui by the re'-fit drougbl, DOW pr -iuisrs well. j Primal y meetings of tb<s dsiine ratic party of Clay county w#rs l/hi iu the dif ferent prertnof* Msturdsy. / TU deuivcratui twuvsuUit wlucb mM 1 a Oran.'-/'‘ fv . Aug. 7. will holl its session in Cam; led A Chase's hall. The t/pul'kems of < lay county have a •o ice if*-' -1 'ailing meeting of that pa tv/l 1 CO veil! 1 -11 f T July At/lroeti Cove Springs six new buildings for Scored resident- m the north suburb bat*' been startmi during the week. file untorrifle 1 dmx-rats of the Osteen si-eein i ir • ill til" livid in the organization of a political club in Volusia county. The Messrs. Blaiu Bros, of Green Cove Springs nave two large orders for oars, amr expect two more w ithin a short time. At Orange City lumber is lieing placed on the gr un i to be use-1 in the brick blocks of West & Grover and Robert Baxter. E. N. Dimick declines to tie a candidate for the legislature for the republicans in Da-la county simply because he is not a re publican,- Florida lias t>een a member f the federal union for more than f rtv years, and in all that time South Florida has never furnished a member of congress. Tho members of the African Methodist Episcopal o lurch of Green Cove Springs have arranged to have a parsonage erected ndj ining the church building. The members of the Methodist and Pres livterian churches have ma le Rev. Mr. Paterson, ex-iuistor of the Baptist church of Starke, a donation -if $3,500. At Green Cove Springs the trial of John Mill for cutting Frank Jones resulted in Hill’s being hound over in the sum of SIUU to appear before the circuit court. The caterpillars are seriously injuringthe pea and p tatn vines in certain localities in Pasco c maty, in fact they have entirely destroied them in some instances. Dr. Wall of Tampa reports from personal investigation several cases of yellow fever at Manatee 'where Mr. Watson contracted the disease before roachiug Tampa. The demoo-ats of the Orange City pre cinct will, before another week passes, or ganize a Cleveland and Thurman club. Hals and badges have already been sent for. Messrs. Wilk Call, A. J. Russell and W. 1). Barnes are the only represen tat i vet of the 'old stagers” named as canvassers by by the state democratic executive commit tee. The Florida Southern w ill run an exeur s on from points on their line to Ocala in order to attend the republican state ami congressional conventions. Tickets on sale July HI and Aug. 1. Good until Aug. 5. The growers in and around Orlando have netted 50 cents per pound for white grapes. It is not improbable that in a few years grape culture in Florida will become one of the leadiug industries Alachua county has a large acreage of vineynrds. A reporter of the Gainesville democrat has be*m inf Tilled that there is a standing offer of $1 ,OA) by two individuals for the const ra-ti-m of a macadamize! r-na-l to R -'kv Point. Ju.-t how much it would cost to build the road is not known. On Wednesday of last week tho school hcu*o fn the McElroy neighborhood, of L?vv c urity, was struck by lightning and considerable damage done to the building School was in session at the time, thirty two pupils being present. None were hurt. Last Thursday evening Harry Lungren and Jesse Daugharty, killed an alligator 1J feet 8 inches long, at the mouth of the Wekiva, on the St. John's river. They cut him open and found a full grown hog and a large pine knot in him. They killed several smaller alligators and found a nmu ter of bet> trees, from one of which they took about fifty pounds of honey. At Pensacola Thursday night 0. H. Smith shot a negro who was trying to enter his house. The ball struck the mao in the side and lodged somewhere in the o -ighbor hood of the stomach. The wmirded man ran through the lot and to Dr. Re show’s office, where he was given an examination. The burglar turned out to bo Mose Simp son. who hat (seen driving on ice cart for Tate & Carv, and was a professional house breaker. The wound is considered serious by the physician, and very little hope is en tertained for his recovery. The good people of Hawthorn am after the club rooms, or as Mayor Brow# calls them, liar-ro mis. The town has an ordnance tliut is exactly suited to and reaches the c.is,-, and they propose to test the matter. The clubs have boen given ten days to vacate, and if they do not tho town will proceed against them, and will carry the matter to tho supreme court if necessary, li. B. Weeks said that tho law should be sustained if ft cost him #SOO. O'hors pledge sums of different amounts. Tho people of Hawthorn appear to be terribly in earnest in the nyitter. They have formed a law and or'br club with S. L, Hawthorn as sec ret ary/and invite correspondence with and the i/i-i iperatiod of neighboring towns affliqfod in like manner. (irange City Times: Some of our friends hare taken us to task for advocating an ap propriation by the county to he added to the court house fund raised and guaranteed by DeLand. We think that tho interest of the county will lie best subserved in the end if a JdO.OOU court house is erected now in stead of a $15,000 one. Suppose that Do- Land present* the county with a $15,001 court house, which she is under bond to do, what will result ton years hencef Why the $15,000 structure will lie torn down as too insignificant and small for n court house for this county, and we w ould then tm put to the whole expense of erecting a #.‘>o,ooo or #40,000 court house that would lie necessary for the business of the county then. We believe in the issue of bonds to the amount needed, and have them draw is small interest as possible, and have them become duo in from five to ten years. By this method the draw on the pres lit tax-isiyers for this purpose would hardly be felt, and wa believe the people of the c unity and viro this, instead of the small court hjuse promised us by DeLaud. SOUTH CAROLINA. Camden’s new bank will begin business Oct. 1. F-. J. Jones has been re-elected intoudant of BatesbiU'g. The Palmetto rifles of Aiken will visit the Augusta exposition. Sumter is stirred up on the question of building 11 new hotel. The delegates from Barnwell county will support Robert Aldrich for the eoiigres greisiutul nomination in the Second dis trict. All of the stock for the Aiken County loan so 1 savings l ank has been taken, being •VJO .hares at *IOO each. They expect to lie readj tor business by Sept. 1. J. 11. Harden, who has the contract for dic ing out the canal, arrived at Columbia Wednesday. He has ordered the necessary machinery and will soon Is.gin work. In an accident at I-auivnee Green’s saw 'Dill, in Uarnwell conn!#, last we k, one negro had Ins thigh broken and another had his hand badly cut by falling on the saw. This is the state gala week at Greenville, when the encampment occur*. Tie sla e dental and other associat on* will hold con ventions there during the week, and taken all in all a very lively time is on tile tapis. The Aiken county democrat to delegates favor the nomination of S. 1) Mend is.m fir congressman in the Second district The gubernatorial <iolegai are uuiu structed. The congressional convention meets at Aiken, Aug kis. The Darlington democratic delegates are solid f.ir of Congressman Dargon. Col Edwards announce 1 at the convention that lie is not a candidate for goveroo ■. and declined to allow to hi used iu that couuectioil. The following commissions have just been issued: Madison W Culp, captain: .lame* K Hunter, s..Yjnd lieui iisnl. mid Willi on W. Joims .o, junior sscoud lieutenant ■ t tli • John- 011 rillus. ami I). J Aul 1 of Sumter, iviiitisl of ths Fourth teg It nett t. A call for the Judicial convention of‘the Fifth fire,nt, to meet In Columbia <> 1 Aug Jb, was sent out Thursda v. Ths call ha, to 1* signed by Ihe <• miiiv chair lien of It 1 • land. Iveis iaw, EignliaiJ aul l.Uigoin. I CsuL ttioau signud iuv cad, add has wwl 11 < TIIE MORNING NEWS: MONDAY, JULY 23. 1888. K-rshiw. The convention will nominate the solicitor for tiie Filth circuit. lit-nry Adams, a colored preacher charged with criminal assault upon an 8-yoT-ol# g ;1, "ns released from jail at Columbia, Toiirsil iy. and the case wax dismissed. The testimony of tlie physician was that it wn . impos-ihle for Adams to have comi/iitt -d the ci line. An extraordinary case of juve nile depravity wits brought to light. At Prosperity, on Sunday nijfht last, while returning from church, a neg u named Harrison Gall man was cut id stabbed by another negro named Riley Hutchinson. Ha i is,hi tin-sixteen woin.ds, one of which is u'nout eight inches long, reaching from the hack of the neck, on the left side of his face, to his chin. Hutchinson escape 1. There was a groat deal of excitement at Summerville, Thursday, about a big game of p -knr tha* was ; laved We .ha-slay night at Mensing’ssaloon. Trr amount said to have I eon lost by one of the players is #.’.50. T .--I ser swore out a warr mt against John Willis, the winner, charging him with fraud, larceny and swindling. Willis dis appeared. A commission has just boon issued to the Fingerville manufacturing company. The incor; Kira tors are J. B. Lyles, T. J. Trom mr. J. A. Hennotnan, J. A. I,ee, A G. Flay and T. P. Sims, all of Spartanburg. The company will do a general cotton manufacturing business. The mills will bo situated at Fingerville, on the North Paco let river. The capital stock will be f50,000. On Wednesday evening, July 11, T. B. King of Bf an fort, who has been serving tax executions and collecting delinquent tax x for the county sheriff, was stopped on tho public hithwav between Beaufort and Port Royal ferry, ass mlted and robbed of $220. Two of the three negroes supposed to have been Implicated in tne affair have been arrested, and strong evidence .secure 1 against tilom. S. A. Mathias of Lexington was arrested a day or two ago charged with sending an improper lett r from Leesviile Lexington county, to the I 101 l v card company, Meri den, Conn. Mathias is only a youth. He is attending school at Leesville. He ad mitted having written a letter to the com pany, but denied having sent the one con taining objectionable language. Commis sioner Bausk-itt would notallow the letter in question to be put in evidence as the de fendant had not admitted having written it. Mathias was held for trial. The board appointed by the superintend ent of education to examine applicants for tne Peabody scholarships in the Nashvihe normal tail lego have submitted tho follow ing report: Entitled to scholarships: Pres ton L. Bethea of Marion county, Miss Beu lah McCall, Marlboro county; George H. Eaddy, Georgetown county, and It. G. ()>teeii, Sumter couty. Entitled to free tui tion only: Thomas W. Godbold, Marion county,and U. W. Odom. Marlboro count y. The examination was conducted entirely by numbers, the examining board being ignor ant of the names of tie applicants until after the award was made. At Peake’s Station, a point just beyond Alston, on the Greenville road, Tuesday afternoon, three white men, among whom was W. B. Garborough, were walkiug to gother, when a negro named Sam Daniels passed bv. An ex-penitentiary guard named McMickon pointed out the negro to Garborough as an escaped convict. Uar l>.-,rough was armed with a gun loaded with buckshot. He called to the negro to sur render, but instead of doing so the man took to his heels, whereupon Garborough brought him to the ground w ith a load of shot in his back. The wounded man was conveyed to tho lockup at Peake’s and proved not to have been the man be was taken for. He may die. CLINCH COUNTY POLITIC& Dr. Frank B. Folks Indorsed as a Sena torial Candidate. Du Post, Ga., July 21.—T0-day wit nessed the largest and most enthusiastic mast me ting ever assembled at Du Pont. Dr. Frank B. Folks receivod every voto polled except one as the preference of the district for senator. Tho charge that he was the candidate of the railroad strengthened ruther than weakened him. The people recognize that their and the railroad's in terests are virtually tho same, and that their intelligence is insulted whoa such sub terfuges are resorted to to becloud the issue. Mr. Augustus Du Pont offered the follow ing resolutions, which were adopted: Resolved, That the voters of tho DuPont district of Clinch county, in mass meeting as sembled tase pleasure and pardonable pride, in presenting to the convention soon to assem ble to nominate a candidate for the Fifth sena torial district, Dr. Frank I!. Folks of Wayoross, as a suitable person to receive said nomination. That we indorse him as a man of sterling quali ties, pure democracy, and, as a former citizen of (flinch county, we know that there is no blot on his escutcheon, professionally or politicallv; a man from whom the people may expect faith ful representation. We present him as a worthy leader of the young democracy, a man of advanced liberal i-leas ->:i tli-- political questions of tlie dav, that we have iu linn a champion worthy our in terests. That >ve hereby instruct our delegates to vote forlir Frank li. Folks as long as his name is before the convention; that our delegates are instructed to vote upon all questions before the convention as a unit; that they vote to adopt the majority rule; that it is the sense of this meeting that we ur<- unalterably opposed to ‘ dar- horses” ad the two-thirds rule; that tho two thirds rule is undemocratic, that it fosters candidates wlm are the outcrop of a disgruntled, despotic minority. That it may be out of the province of this meeting, yet we indorse as strongly as we can tue candidacy of Judge A. Pratt Adams for a place on the supreme bench. We recognize in him a born jurist, that it is but just that our portion of the state have a representative on the supreme bench A GREAT TRANSIT SCHEME. To Spau the City 'With Arches Over the Housetops. Prom the New York Sun. f). C. I.insl y is a civil engineer from Ver mont who lias been in New York for a year and a half. He helped build the Northern Pacitlc railroad, the Vermont Central rail road, the Canada and Atlantic railroad, and has 1 ecu engaged 10 other engineering en terprises. II" thinks New York city de mands a better system of rapid transit’, and lie ha* a plan to furnish it. Mr. Tinsley Ins offices at TV) Broadway, and hod tailed there yosterduy afp-rnoon his idea-. He has talked with Orlando B. Potter, and the Morse brothers, and says they will support the new scheme. Mr. Linsley says: / “It is a remarkable fact that the nceom in. slut ions for passenger traffic in the city have never lieon adequate to the demand, and that every increase in facilities tms been more than met by the growing de man I for their use. An annual increase of ■Jil.o I.l, ikM in such travel must c -rtiunly lie taken as convincing evidence that n> mat ter how speedily new roads tnav be built they will not lie in advance of tile demand. That fuet, too, ontorces the conclusion that old methods of rapid transit must give place to now and improved ones, and tii/,t the new ones to tie a loptedniust be not . *ly ml equate to the present necessities of the people, but must be built in such a strong and durable manner, and of such capacity for business as to furnish assurance to the public of their tit ness to supply any proba o, future demand on their resotirc's. t “ Tms me ins the use of the viaduct form. Nov, w.j have determined that every sub sen. <-r (id utiylxsly tnav be a sublerib -r f-rone. live, 10. 1. or 1,000 share* shall sla-ui on pus is. |y the saui" forcing in tiro- P't tioii to bis interest. Modem iinttlixl* of raising money 101 railroad enterprises enniprise tills.an of one kind of security as a h lb' to Uni io the purchaser to buy another .>curi _x of the same c>,rjs,ration. Hits plan 111 voile* no novelty. It is simply s return to the plain pad eo-itly uii'limr.. i an i- ,uii l inet'Rsl- wlucli pi . vatlei before tin* era of syuiiicatoa, credit iiioiHUsrt, an 1 nil that nori of thing, which have Lrougbt so m ieh reproacn upon r irporai,. niautgit -111 -lit. Tilts I*4 will Is* a is* ,ple' t oerl. *iei may well hu called 'The Pe -pie's Hepid l'lMiait t'oinpsny ' W# snail liate met la** Of irUsv .ewi.ug luvu w an *u*v tor 4 personal canvas for subscript ons for stock, and after wa have felt the public pulse vvt can determine whotner the public mood is -r; favor if this scheme. ■‘Appr use umits have been made of the property to bo taken and the ground has been surveyed. Our object nill be to con struct a railroad from Tarrytnwn, in West chester county. to some priqier p :nt ;n the city of New York; for example, near the city hail. We plan a double track between Tarrytown and the Ilariem and a four-track road from the Harlem to the lower city terminus. The line will not be on the street level nor in the subway, but through the blocks right over the housetops. We want to buy a path from the city hall to Tarrytown, and tear down all tho exis'ing structures and erect in their places xueh buildings as different localities need — stores and warehouses and offices down town, and flats and factories up town, and so on as far as it is necessary to go. These tiie company will lease, ibe houses will be solidly built, and the side walls and roofs will be masonry arclg*. Bridges will cross the stree s high in t ie air, so that, no street will be impeded ns by the present elevated roads. Of the four-tracked ixsrtiou of the road tic lower two tracks will be devote 1 exclusively to local business, and the upper two used only for through trains. Tiie motor will be steam, which is as yet tho only motor known of such proved qualities as to render it 1 e yond all question equal to tho utmost de mands of a great t affic. Upon this road trains of the heaviest kind may tie moved with as much facility an I dispatch a* upon any o; tiie great trunk lin- - in the country. “Tho road will be about twenty-eight and one-half miles loeg, with convenient sta tions, lifted with elevators for passengers. The routs runs through the blocks west of Broadway as far as Fourteenth street, thence curving westward to In-tween Fifth and .Sixth avenues. It crosses Thirty-fourth street at Seventh avenue, runs lietween Seventh arid Eighth ns fui as Fifty-ninth street, thence crosses wes wardly through the blocks to between Tenth and Eleventh avenue-, between which it goes as far as One Hundred nud Twenty-soveuth st.'eet, where it deflects to the east, and runs up between Ninth and Tenth avenues as far as Washington Heights, whence it passes pretty nearly straight to Spuvte.i Duvvil. From there it reaches out. with ail easterly slant, toward Anisloy and Riggsville, and from there curves to Tarrytown. The path through the city will bn (10 feet wide. Two years will suffice for construction “ The capital is now $.500,000. it is made thus small to avoid excessive taxation. As soon as success is assured tiie capital will Lio increased to suit the company’s needs. Tho total cost is estimated at *70,03.5,004, dis tributed in this way Double-truck road from Tarrytown to Spuvten Duyvil creek, as p r estimate by actual surveys, $3,138,- 430: four-track road from Spuyto" Duvvil to Bark place for real estate, $30,828,684, and $35,433.53s for building via luet struct ure, with $2,713,011 for contingencies. The depots, equipment. n:id otlior expenses take tho rest of the $70,000,000. The earnings on real e-tate are estimated at $3,055,331 in gross, and $2,318,235 net. The estimated gross earnings on traffic are put at $.5,010,- 388, and the net euruiugs on traffic at $2,153,213. MEDICAL. Dr. C. McLane’s Celebrated j LIVER PILLS WILL CURS sice mm. A few doses taken at the right time will often save a severe spell of sickness. Price only 25 cents at any drug store. Be sure and yee that Dr. C. McLANE’S CELE BRATED LIVER PILLS, FLEM ING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa., is on the box. None other is Genuine. Uso IVORY POLISH for tho Teeti, Peefl-mes the Ekeath. DH\ GOODS, ETC. DIMS lanins Values! FOR— To-Day and During the Week. 100 pcs. Plaid India Linen at Ssc; reduced from 122 c. 100 pcs. Figured Organdy Muslin at 8?e; reduced from 124 c. 100 pus. Chock Nainsook at 83c; reduced from 12jc. 100 pcs. Chock Nainsook at 10c; reduced from 15c. 100 pcs. Printed India Linen at Oic; reduced from 12ic. 50 pcs. Printed. Organdy Muslin, slightly damaged, at Oic; formerly sold at 12&c. 500 lloys Suits at prices regardless of cost. 300 Misses’ Gingham and Seersucker Suits at one-third former price. We will open toward the end of the week 100 dozen of those Ladies’ Undergarments at 20e. In this lot will be found Night I)resses,Chemises, Skirts, Drawers and Corset Covers, livery article will be found really worth twice the price. Full lines of Fast Black Hosiery for ladies and misses. Should the color fade or stain the feet the money will be re funded. Everything marked iu plain figures DANIEL HOGAN. Til L? MOBDIho NKW* earner* reach 1 lip evy .1 tliM oily early Twu y A * J '• MX.* • • cv* p*>* Ivr • VaU/ sIITPPI J)CEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY FOR New York, Boston and I’liiladelphii FASSAGE TO NEW YORK. cabin ;ao oo EXCURSION 32 00 kTOKKaUK lUJ fASSAGE TO BOSTON. CABIN 520 00 EXCURSION Si 00 STBXBAOE lu 00 FASSAGE TO PHILADELPHIA IVIA N£ VuKJO. CABIN t SO EXCURSION at 00 OlhautAUK ikw THF, magnificent stearnsblpfi of these Una* are appointed to sad os follows —standard time* TO NEW YORK. TALLAHASSEE. Cant W. IL Fisaxa. TUESDAY. July 24, at 6:00 p. st CHATTAHOOCHEE. Capt. H. Cl Daoourr, FRIDAY'. July 27, at 9 a h. NAOOOCHEE. Cant. F. Kzhpton, SUNDAY, July 22. at 10 a. a. CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. F. SilltH, TUES DAY', July 31, at 12 m. CITY OF AUGUSTA. Capt. J. W Catharine, FRIDAY', Aug. 3, at 2:30 p m. TO BOSTON". CITY OF MACON, Capt. li. C. Lewis, THURS DAY', July 20, at Sully. A. GATE CITY. Capt. N. F. Howes. THURSDAY, August 2, at 2 p. u. TO PHILADELPHIA. IfOK ITREIOIir OXIaY. i DESSOUG. Capt. S. L. Askins, 3ATUE iMi, July 38, at 9:30 a. m. JUNIATA Capt E. Christie, SATURDAY, Aug. 4, at 3:30 p 41. Through bills of lading gjvaa to Eastern and Nortu western points aud to porta of the Uuitod Kingdom aud the Comment, iurfrsignt or passage aoply to U. G ANutifciON, City Exunaugo Build mg. Merckuli’ andliiaeri’ 1 raaspunaua Cum’y For -Baltimore. CABIN 512 50 SECOND CABIN 10 00 THF. STEAMSHIPS of this Company are ap pointed to sail from Savannan for Bold more as follow*—city time: WM LAWRENCE, Capt. Snow, THURSDAY. July 26. at 9:30 A. * WM CR VNE. Capt. Billups. TUESDAY, July 31. at 12 . WM. LYWRENCE, Capt. Snow, MONDAY, Aug. 6, at 5 p. u. WM. CRANE Capt. Billups. (SATURDAY, Aug. 1!, at 10 A. M. And from Baltimore on the abora named days at 3 p. m Through bills lading given to all points West, aiitha manufacturing towns in Now England, and to porta of the United Kingdom and the Continent. JAB. B. WEST & CO. Agents, 114 Bay street. SKA ISLAND ttOUXK. STEAMER ST. NICHOLAS, Cap r. M. P. USINA. /-(OMMENCVN<4 THURSDAY, April 19. will V leave Savannah rrotn wharf foot of IJncoln street for BO BOY. DARIEN, BRUNSWICK and FERNANDINA. every MONDAY and THURSDAY at 5 p. w connecting at Savannah with New York, Philadelphia, Uoeton and Baltimore steamers, at Fer naniiinawibh rail for Jacksonville and all points in Florida, and at Brunswick with steamer for Eatilla river. Freight recolvod till 4:30 p. it. on days of sail ing to be had at Gazdn's Cigar Store. in Pulhski House and on board the boat. C. WILLIAMS, Agent. Plant Steamship Line. KEMI-WEKKIY. Tampa, Key West ?*n.ci Havuna. SOUTH-BOUND. I/* Tort Tampa Mondays and Thursdays 10:30 P. M Ar Key West Tuesdays and Fridays 4 p m. Ar Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays 6 a. h. NORTH BOUND. Lv Havana We lnesdaysan-1 Sahirdays J p m. Lv Key West Wednesdays and Saturdays 9 p m. Ar Port Tampa Thursdays and Sundays p. M. at Port Tampa with West India Fast Train to and from Northern and Eastern cities. For stateroom accommodations, apply to c ity Ticket office. S.. K. & W. U’y. .lackson ville, or Plant Steamship Une, Tampa. C L> OWENS, Traffic >lu auger. H. S. HAINES, Cteneral Manager. Compagme Generate I'ransatlantique —French Line to Havre BETWEEN New York und Havre, from plor Nil IC. N. R.. foot of Morton street Trav elers by this lino nvoul both transit by English railway ami the discomfort of crossing the Channel m a small boat. Special tram leaving the Company adock at Havre direct for Pan* on arrival of steamer* Baggage checked al New York! hrough to Pari*. LA UKiTAUNE, HE JouasßUN, BATURDAY’, July '.’B, V *. M LA GASCOGNE, Santklli, SATURDAY, Aug. 4. 1 p. w I.A NORMANDIE, rut Kkhsabiec. SATUR DM \I" 11 s a M PRICE OF PASSAGE (Including winei: TO HAVRE First Cabin, rlA'. gIOO and Second Cabin, from New Yorn t* Havre, f**d; SU'cra*" from Now Ytrk to Paris, £•/.) 00; iueludtiitf wine. bedding and utetiMilw. LOUIS DK UK lit AN, \tr<ut, 3 Bowling (iitwm, foot of Broadway, New kork. Or it WHU 1, . Hull street, Mkaaha WJLDF.B and C'O., 12U Ba> havaunah Ageuta. For Augutta and Way Landings BTEA MK U lv ATI K. i aft J. H. IJEVUJ. WILL leave EVERY WEDNESDAY at 10 v v o eli* ,a. B. tekty times for Augusta Mil way landing. All freight* pajama oy shßiner* JOHN LAWTON, Maim, gee IjV-tR SALE t >l4 New jag, t... thiim M for wiappnra only it IV>||| A liuisliwi ,vt A vents, M biAiniMW vflloe, RAILROADS. CENTRAL RAILROAD OF GEORGIA. Quickest and Best Line —to— MACON AND ATLANTA. Only Line Running Solid Train Savannah to Atlanta. Schedule m Effect July 15, 1888 'STANDARD TIME.) Lv Savannah... 7,10 am 8:20 pm 5:40 pm Ar Guyton.. .. 6:o7am 9:22 pm 6:43 p m Ar Milieu 9:4oam 11:10pm 3:25pm Ar Augusta. ,11:50am 6:35 ara Ar Macon 1:40 pin 2:50 am Ar Atlanta... .. 5:40 pm 6:40 am Ar Montgomery via Atlanta 6:45 am 7:35 pm Lv Macon 2:00 pm B:Bsam Ar Columbus o:50 p m 7:30 am Ar Birmingham 8:80 pm Ar Montgomery. 9:40 pm 11:00 a m Lv Macon 6:27 p m 10:1.7 am Ar Eufaula 4:slam 3.4, pm ArMontgomery. 7:3oam 6:4opm Ar Albany 12:45 am 2:55 pm Guyton dinner train leaves savannah ‘2:00 p. m.: arrives Guyton 2:55 p. m. Passengers for Sylvauia, Wrlghtsvillo, Mil ledgevillo and Eatonton should take 7:10 a. in. train. Passengers for Carrollton. Fort Gaines, Tal botton, Buena Vista, lilakely aud Clayton should take the 3:20 p. m. train. Lv Montgomery. 7:40 a in Lv Atlanta 6:soam 7:ispm Lv Macon 10:35 a m 11:00 p m Lv Augusta !2:oO noon 8:10 pm Lv Millen 2:21 pra 3:20 a m 5:20 a m Lv Guyton 4:03 pm 5:07 am 6:28 am Ar Savannah.. 5:00 p m 6:15 a m 8:00 am Lv Montgomery. 2:05 ain 3:00 pm Lv Bi‘ mingham 11 45 a m Ar Columbus 5:50 am 6:40 pm Ar Savannah., ~ 5:00 pm 6:15 am Lv Albany 2:loam 11:55am Lv Montgomery'- 9:55 p m 7:40 am Lv Eufaula. . 1:10am 10:47 am Ar Savannah.... 5:00 p m 6:lsam Guyton dinner train leaves Guyton 3:10 p, m f arrives Savannah 4:25 p. m Sleeping cars on all night trains between Sa vannah, Augusta, Spartanburg, Macon aud Atlanta. Train leaving Savannah at 8:20 p. m. will stop regularly at Guyton, to jait off passengers. Train arriving at Savae nah at B: 1.5 a. m, will Stop on signal at stations between Millen aud Savannah to take on pivssengers Connections at Savr.miah with Savannah, Florida and Western Railway for ail points in Florida. Tickets for all polntu and sleeping car berths on sale at City Ortleo, No. 20 Bull street, and Depot Office 30 minutes before departure of each train. ROBERT W. HUNT. E. T. CHARLTON, Ticket Agent. Gen. Pass. Agent. East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia 11 EL GEORGIA DIVISION The Shortest Line BETWEEN Savannah & Atlanta. COMMENCING July 15. 1983, the following Schedule will be in effect: EASTERN LINE I SAVANNAH TO BRUNSWICK. |Lv Savannah..., . 7:o6am 3:45 pm 9:15 p m Ar Jesup 8:38 ara 6:10 pm 10:30 pm Lv Jesup. 6:15 pin 4:10 am Ar Brunswick 8:25 p m 6:20 ain TO ATLANTA, CHATTANOOGA AND THE _ WEST. Lv Savannah 7:o6am 8:15 pm TTiTT - 7. Lv Jesup 11*10 tin 10:35pm Ar Macon 5:80 jm 3:25 pm Ar Atlanta 10:00 oin 6:50 a m 12:55 p m Ar Romo I:3oam 9:55 am 3:55 p m Ar Dalton 2:53 am 11:27am 5:20 pin Ar Chattanooga .. 5:40 ain 12:55pm 6:sopm Lv Chattanooga.. f-.OOain 7:lopm 7:lopm Ar Cincinnati 6:42pm 6:4oam 6:4 lam Lv Chattanooga... 5:50 ain 7:00 pm LOO p m Ar Memphis 5:30 p m 6:10 a m 6:10a m Lv Chattanooga... 6:45am I:4opm 11:50pm Ar Nashville . ..11:50am 7:i)opm 7:ooam TO KNOXVILLE, HOT SPRINGS, ASHE VILLE. THE VIRGINIAS AND THE EAST Lv Savannah 7:o6am B:lspm Lv Atlanta 10:25 pin 7:00a ra 12 .55p m Ar Home 1:30 a m 9:55 a m 357 p m Ar Dalton 2:00 am 11:27 a m 5:20 pa: Ar Chattanooga .. 5:40 a m 12:55 p m 6:50 p m Lv Chattanooga 10:.'k)pm Ar Cleveland.... 3:4oam 12:05 pm 11:05pm Ar Knoxville 7:00 am 3:00 p m 1:50 ara Lv Knoxville 7:15 am 3:05 p m 7:15 am Ar Morristown— 8:35 am 4:70 pm 8:35 am Ar Hot Springs. .10:.5 a m 6:30 pm I ':27 am Ar Asheville 12:(X)noon 9:00 p m 12:00noou Ar Bristol 8:00p in 6:20 arn Ar Roanoke 2:'*oa in 12:30noon Ar Lynchburg 3:45 am 2:25 pm Ar Cliarlottesville ... 6:40 am 500 pm Ar Washington 11:13am 9:40 pm Ar Baltimore 12:40 p ru 11:33 p ra Ar Philadelplua. .. 3:lu p m 3:ooam Ar New York. 5:50 p m 6:21 a m Lv Roanoke 2:10a m 12:45 p m Ar Natural Bridge. 3:95 ara 2:23 pm ArYVayneaboro 6:85a ra 4 13pm Ar Luray . 7:4** ara 6:5 ip in ArSheuando’J’n 10:43a ra 9:lopm Ar Hagerstown 11:40am 10:10pin Ar Harrisburg 3:* pin 12:50pm Ar Philadelphia 6:50 pm 4:25 am Ar Now York 9:35 pin 7:10 a m I-'* Lynchburg ~ 7:(Va rn 2:44pm Ar BurkvUJa 9:24 am 5:17 pm Ar Petersburg 11:14 ara 7 :00 pra Ar Norfolk 2:25 p m 9:55 pm Pullman sleeping earn leave ns follows: Brunswick at 8:05 p.m. anil Jesup at 10:33 p. m. for Atlanta; also Jacksonville at 6 30 p. m. and Jesup at 10:35 p. m for Chatrnnn ,ga r At lanta at 10:30 and. m. for Chattanooga; open for passengers at 8:00 p m. Rome at 9:55 a m for Washington via Lynchburg; chatta nooga a: 1U:00 a. m. for New York via Shenandoah Valley. and at lOn.o p m. for Washington via Lynchburg; Chatta nooga at 5:50 a. m. and 7:10 p. m. for Memphis. Company's sleeping cars (an upper berths) leave Macon daily nt 5:30 p in for Mot Springs N. C., via Knnxvillo and Morristown. B. W. WRENN, 0. P. A T. A., _ , ..... . _ Knoxville, Teun. L. J. ELLIS, A. O. P. A . Atlanta BUBIKBA.N RAILWAYS. City and Suburban Railway. Savannah. Oa , June 1, 1344. ON and after MONDAY. June 4, the follow Ing schedule will be run on the OUTSIDE LINE: it AV, Aft HI VE LEAVE MLB I.KAVK city, j city. ,or flora. :Montgomery i tn i- lit m Iota m. l I Stir a. m 7:Ba in.’ >:lUp. m.l Yttlp m | I.Jtfip, 11l 1:10p.m. :#•' P in. C*• |I. in. ••<1:15 p m •1 or Montgomery only Pu-senger* for Isleof Hope go via Montgomery without extra charge —ami this tru.n will be omitted on Sunday morning. ••This tram leave, half hour later on Sunday evening •This train leaves half hour later on Saturday evening, and will !• omitted Sunday evening J H JOHNSTON, President. Coast Line Railroad. STEAM CARS, CATHEDRAL CEMETERY, BONAVENTURE AND THUNDERBOLT CITY TINK. The following iuiiurran vhedtilo will ha ob •ervel oil and after MONDAY, Meirtii 41, wee, day* (See .iieriai schedule for Hun da v.i IfVc SV*UUh 7 lU, 10:J1, A. M . n UU, I li sun • L, r m i-ea* Tnillelorboil, 5:40, 1:00*. JJ *), l. U 4 it i r ■ lent* Hon*etore. UK 0:05 * ■ Ik dY t V, 4 IV, (1 t, l * •iwui iay night last ear leave# city 7 M, lie ele* : 11l <1 45 Take Broughton el rmx ear* R minutM before kegef turn vi cun urban uatne Ik fc. WJUH, but*. RAILROAD*. SAVANNAH.' FLORIDA IWESTtRN kailwa y. WaycrossSiiort Line. Time Card in Effect June 17. 1888. A Wj TRAINS of this road are rup by Central IV Standard Time. X’owengQr tr Snm wiliieava uud arrive daily as follow*: j WEST INDIA I'AST MAIL nkan down. ./v i .06 a ra Lv Savannah. Ar 12-23 and m piu Lv Jacksonville. ... Lv 7-30 a m Sanford Lv LagJS 9.2 e p m Ar Tampa Lv 7:4opm PLANT STEAMSHIP LINE. Tuesday and j. Ar . . Kpy Woat Ly , | Ar.. .Havana.. .Lv dav 6:ooam, ( \ u av IDm Puliman buffet cars to and from New York and Tampa. .NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS. 7:o6am Lv Savannah u 7-.tsni -8:38 arn I-v lesup Ly s-atS® 9:45 a m Ar Waycross. Lv 4:26pm A/ Callahan Lv l:.5pS 12. noon Ar Jacksonville Lv i : 15 £ £ •n o. “ m P '' * Jacksonville Ar 7:t p £ AO.OOa m Lv Waycross Ar 4:]onm lltOlamAr .Dupont.. Lv 3;osp m IMvo Oak Lv s*9'P m Ar lake City Lv B*4sam 4: 10 pm Ar Gainesville Lv 9.45 ara 12*30 rl m ir 'aldosta Lv 2:15 and m 12.30 p m Ar Quitman Lv l:46nra V?I P m Thomasville Lv 12:55 p m 3, Ar ... Bainbridge Lv 10:40am J:O4 p m Ar., Chattahoochee.,. .Lv 10:.)0am Pullman buffet carstoand from Jacksonviile Md New Y ork; also to and from Waycrossand New Orleans via Pensacola. 3 east Florida express. " 12:35pm Lv Savannah... Ar 12 firm *p- Jesup iofSSS f Waycross Lv 9:50 am 4. p m Lv \\ a v crons Ar fit's am 6:10 pm Lv Callahan Lv B**am ' :( A) pin \r L Jacksonville.. . .Lv ? ; :ju a m This train connects at Waycross with Fast Express train for New Orleans and the West vo 1 1 lil, l IT J: vn cars to Montgomery Nashville and St I, ...s ALBANY EXPRESS. ' in i? P m l‘ v Savannah Ar 6:15 a m “: pm L v ...Jesup .......Lv 4:*oa ra ,-10 am Ar Waycross "Lt l:Jsam 8:00 am Ar Jacksonville Lv 0:30 pm b.3opm I.y Jacksonville Ar 8:00 am 2:00 a m Lv YYaycross Ar 12:20 am" 8.50 am Lv .... Dupont Lv 10:45 pra ‘*9® amAr Thomasville Lv 7:3opm ll:4oara Ar Albany Lv 4:oopm stops at all regular stations. Pullman sleep ing cars to and from Jacksonville and Savannan. JE6UP EXPRESS, 3:45 p m Lv Savannah Ar 8:30a n* 6.10 p m Ar Jesup I.y 5:25 a nx Stops at all regular and flag stations. LOCAL CONNECTIONS. JBHCP. To and from Brunswick and Savannah. 'j’ J’P" 1 lvSav nhar 12:23 pm, 6:lsam 10.30 pm 2:32 pm ar Jesup lv 10:58 am 4:ooam 6:3oam| B:23pm arßr’w klv B:4oami B:ospm To and from Macott Atlanta, Griffin and - Columbus. . :06am B:lspm lv Sav’nh arl 6:l3am 7:45pm lßlOam 10:35pm !v Jesup ar, 3:soam 6:4opm 5.30 pm; 3:25am ar Macon lv'lo:sopm 11:35am ,nia pm *': :8 * ,am arMcD’h lvj 8:40pro 9:llam 10:00pm ( 6:soam!arAtla'talv 7:25pm 8:00am WAYCROSS. ‘ To and from Savannah and Brunswick. 8:15 pm 7:06 am lv Sav'nh ar|l2:23 pm I 6:15 am 1:10am 9:45am ar Wyc sari 9:42am 9*l2pm . :00am l2:sopin|arß'swcklv| 7:ooami 6:26pm Io and from Albany aud Montgomery, 7:06 am 112:35 pm Tv Sav’nh ar 12:23 pm 12:23 nm 10:00am'9:30 pm lv Wye's ar 9:0 am 4:olam 3:oopini I:soam ar Aloanylv 4:4.7am;11:15pm l'uilman Buffet Cars Jacksonville to Chatta* nooga, and through coaches Jacksonville ta Chattanooga. Pullman Sleeping Cars to and from Jackson ville and Savannah. Through tickets sold to all points by rail and steamship connections, aud baggage checked through. Also Sleeping Car Berths and Section* secured at Passenger Station, and Bren's Ticket Office, 22 Bull street. R* G FLEMING, WM. F. HARDEE, Superint n lont. Gen. Pass. Agt Charleston k Savannah lkilway. SCHEDULE J 77 ETF r TANARUS" 51 AY 16th, 1933. 'X'RAINS leave and arrive at Savannah > y J- Standard Time, wlncn is 36 minutes slower than city tune. northward. No. 56.* No 14.* No. 73 * Lv Savannah 6:45 ara 12:4-* pni 8:10 pra Ar Beaufort Jo:l7am 6:oopm Ar Allendale. 10:JVa iu 7:35 pm .. . .... Ar Augusta 2 J: 40 pm Ax Charleston... loXinoon 5:30 pm 1:33 ara southward. No. 88.* No .35.* No. 37.* Lv Charl‘Bton.... 7;;0a ra 3:15 pra 4:00a m Lv Augusta 13:C5pm Lv A1 'Middle m 3:4<)pm Lv lieaufort 7:;8a m S:ißp ra .... .... Ar bav.iunuh ... 10:4'Am 7;oopm 6:41 Ara *Dui,y. Train No. 14 stops only at Yemassoo aad (Irofjii Fo'id. Train No. 78 stops only at Mooteith. Hanloo viiie, Ki.lgHariil Cos. 'sauhatchie, Yemassoe, (Jrt*en Pon i and RaveneL For tickets, Pullman ear reservations and other information, apply to WM. BREN, Tickafi Accent, 3J Bull street, and at depot. K P M'-SWINEY, Gen. Pass. Agent. C. S. GADSDEN, Superintendent. FLOKIDA RAILWAY USD NAVIGATION tt ON AND AITER MAY 14. 18SS, trains depart from Jacksonville passenger station, foot of Hogan street, as follows: 7:30 a. m. -New Orleans Fast Mail daily, for Lake City, Live Oak, Marianna, Madi son, Monttcello, Tallahassee Quincy. De* Kuniak, Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, Denver, Nashville, St. Louis. Cincin nati, Chicago, etc. Arrive* in Jackson ville at 0 46 p. m 8:30 a. m. For Fernandlna and Ocean Reach, Sunday only. Stops at all station*. Arrives Jacksonville at 0:45 p. m. 0:30 H. m — For Fehnandina Daily, except Sunday Connects with Cumberland Route for Brunswick, Macon, Atlanta, Chatta nooga, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and all points North. Arrives at Jacksonville 2:55 p. m 11:40 ii m. —Sooth Florida Mail and Ex press. daily, for Gainesville. Cedar Key, Silver Springs. Ocala, Wildwood, Plant City, l-cesLurg. Tavares, Orlando. South Florida Arrives Jacksonville 1:45 p m. 2:45 p ru. St-ajiku Express, Sunday only. Connects with Sunday steamers Ciyiio Line for Charleston and New York. Also with Cumberland Route steamers for Brunswick. Macon. AUauta, Cincinnati, Chicago an l nil points North. Arrivos at Jacksonville 12:10 p. m. 3:00 p in. West Florida Express, dally* for all points In West Florida, Pensacola, Montgomery, Nashville and all points North. Arrivos Jacksonville 12:45p tn, 4:30 p m. -i RRNAsniNA Mail and Express, dally, except Sunday, connects Tuesday and Fridav iv.ru Savannah steamer, Thursday willi Mallory lino. Arrives Jacksonville 8:45 n m. 7:46 pin Soptii Fi/iruia NtoHT Express, daily, except Sunday, for all isilut* in South FI r'.U Has through Sleeping Car to Orlando Berihs ouly sl. Arrive, Jackaon vide 0:25 u. m . For local lime cards, folder,, maps, rales, and anv other information, call at City Ticks* Ottlco, no West Bay street, corner Hogan. A O. Mac DO NELL, <i P A n. E. MAXWELL. OeiL Supt.. Jacksonville, Flo. P -.IMS AMI OOA JOHN G. BUTLER, I-AINTU. UAIUiOAD, hfEAMKH AND Mila. BUI'FUfB. JA HHm. DOOR*. BUND* ANU BLTLDKMs HaUDWAUIC. Sol* Agent lot IM>l> IJDK. OAUTNkID FLAimuA bln MJCNT. HAIM and LAND BLAST ICR. I*l Cvn*r— auent and IN be Julian Mr** 4 ! h'V.UhAhu I*o.