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GEORGIA AND FLORIDA. HSWS OF THE TWO BTATBS TOLD IN PARAGRAPHS. * Albany's Cotton Business Ahead of Last Year’s—A Cotton Factory Among the Possibilities at Albany— A Citizen of Macon County Accident ally Kills Himself While Hunting. GXORGIA- Roswell is to have a newspaper. A dentist from Warren county will soon locate in Elberton. Elberton merchants report collections ex cellent this season. One of the finest mineral springs in the south bubbles up in Elberton. Splendid split stone crossings are being placed on all the streets of Elberton. The colored voters of Brunswick are organizing for the municipal election. Capt. George C. Grogan contemplates getting up a cavalry company for Elberton. Peyton Hawes will soon erect on Heard street one of the handsomest residences in Elberton. In Elbert county the cotton crop is turning out much better than anticipated a month ago. The beautiful new Methodist church at Elberton is now nearing completion. It cost $15,000. Dwelling houses are in great demand at Albany, but house rent is said to be sur prisingly low. The ferries across Broad river in Elbert county are scarcely making expenses since the railroad was built. Dr. A. M. Jamerson came near drowning in a creek three miles west of Talbotton while returning from Shiloh. John R. Craft of Elberton has a mule t at can trot a mile insido of throe minutes. He has refused $325 for it repeatedly. Albany is very much in need of a com modious opera house. No good troupes come there for the wa it of stage facilities. Elberton stands badly in need of resi dences for rout. There is not a vacant h mse in town, and every day there are calls for them. Several days ago Harry Gairdner of El berto i sampled and purchased -50 bales of cotton from almost as many different per sons in one day. The government barges at work on Flint river aie stationed just below Albany. It is claimed that the river is now navigable as far up as Albany. Within the past few months thirteen now residences and t ine business houses have been built at Vienna, and more are in process of construction. Nearly all the carp ponds in Elbert county have been abandoned. They proved a fraud of the first water, having raised more malaria than fish. Since Oct. 1 the Vionna postofflee has Veen a money order office, the ouly one in the county, and the first month’s business am :unted to over $2,000. Dr. A. S. Oliver will shortly com mence work on a granite block at Elberton, to extend fmm the store now occupied by himself to the Bristol property. Parties living on the Savannah river con tinue to complain about the Augusta dam stopping the ru i of shad. Shad fishing was once a very profitable business up the c untry. Maj. J. H. Jones of Elberton has in bis possession a relic in the form of a pair of knee breeches of ‘ ‘ye olden times.” They are made of buckskin, and are abcut 100 years old. O. H. Rogers, arrested at Griffin for for gery at Senoia, several days ago, was car ried to the latter place, and escaped there from the calaboose, und is now m lands unknown. Elberton has already voted $5,000 for a school buiidir.g, to which sum $2,000 more will doubtless lie added. There is a great demand for building lots, and to meet it several new streets will U> opened. Last week’s freight receipts at Vienna amounted to nearly $1,500. Over 2,000 bales of cotton have passed through Turner’s •warehouse so far this season, besides a large number which were shipped by the farmers direct. Charles R. Hawk, late of LaGrange Graphic, has bought outjthe Hogansville Sun, forty columns. Mr. Hawk is one of the most capable men on the weekly press of the state, and, as a matter of course, the Nun is a good paper. Telegraph lines have been put up along the line of the Georgia Southern to Vienna, ami within a day or two the town will bo in electrical communication with the rest of the world. Work has also been com menced on the depot. It is rumored that a cotton factory would V>e Jpuilt at Albany at once if the oil trust could purchase the land desired; and that the company will likely secure laud enough adjoining their mill property to erect there on a bagging factory. Gairdner, Arnold & Cos. of Elberton, will next spring begin work on a magnificent brick building, to occupy the site of their present place of business, with u large cov ered fireproof warehouse udjoining, extend ing from street to street. At Midville, the firm of Riddenback & Hext has been dissolved, B. W. Hoxt retir ing from the business, which is now man aged bv H. J. Riddenback. Dr. E. A. Harris & Cos. have bought out the drug business of Dr. E. H. Pipkin. An Elbert farmer voted against Gordon for governor because he suspended the col lection of Augusta’s tax. The voter argued that he lost his entire corn crop by the same overflow that afflicted Augusta, and is equally deserving of state aid. At Elberton H. K. Gairdner will remove the wooden buildings between I)r. Long’- office and their store, and cover the ground •with handsome two-story structures, with stores underneath. These buildings have been leased before a brick was laid. The race for county officers in Dooly county will be lively. There are three can didates for ordinary, three for tax collector, three for county treasurer, two for clerk of the superior court, two for sheriff, one for county surveyor, besides the offices of tux receiver and coroner not yet heard from. The cotton season has been very satisfac tory so far in Albany. The receipts now register 37,772 bales with several months more through which there will boa gener ous sprinkling to swell the total. At this date last season only 22,730 bales had be n received, which gives an increase for 1888 of 8,030 bales. At Albany the negro Emanuel Williams, who wus dangerously hurt in the accident on the Brunswick and Western railroad Friday morning, is still in a very critical condition, having been unconscious since he was hurt. Will Ware, the conductor on the train, who jumped from the cab and was somewhat bruised up, is able to be ou duty again. Col. J. 8. Baughn, one of the oldest and best known citizens of Oglethorpe, save that at Jones' Ferry there is still in existence an apple orchard, the trees of which were planted more than a century ago. There are a mftnlier of poach trees now bearing in Elbert county that were planted before the war. The grafted and budded fruit dies out in four or five years. Elberton’* new paper, the Star, cover* six [ages in its first number. When it is told that it is conducted by the Messrs. Gantt of Athens, it is a foregone conclusion t hat it is bound to be one of the most reada ble of all the Georgia weeklies. To-day’s Georgia column of the Moh.mno News is full of interesting Elberton Items from the btar’n splendid local page. The contemplated change in the Edger ton hotel at Mucon occurred yesterday. Hinoe the de ith of Judge H, K. Brown, the late owner nnd proprietor, the hotel has been conducted by his four daughters and sou. They have conclu .ed to release them selves from the care of the establishment and convert the first floor of the building Into stores and also rent a number of furnished rooms in the upper stories, re taining a portion of the house for their resi dence. The Standard Oil Company will invest $50,000 ;n a plant in Elberton. They are now completing there one of the best cot ton seed'll mills in the south, which wi 1 Ibe lighted by electricity. It is filled with the most improved machinery, and will I give constant employment to a large force of hands. Last week the agent purchased fifty acres of laud on Raiiroad street, and has given out the contract to have built thereon at once twelve or fifteen nice resi dences, which will be rented. Yellowstone Kit was in Atlanta Monday, en route to Montgomery, Ala. Ha came unannounced by brass band or other ad vertisement, and wus not accorded an ova tion. He see it the day quietly at the Kim ball house, and to the gentlemen with wrom he talked, he referred with pride to the fact that he was the owner of Atlanta real esta e, and appeared to be more interes ed in the prospects for a rise in its value than in the efficacy of his wonderful remedy for corn s , bunions, ingrowing too-nails, sciatica, rheumatism and the loss of election bets. Sunday right Music & O’Rear’s grocery store on Mitchell street, Atlanta, was en tered bv a burglar. Detective Cason ex amined the store Monday morning and found a coat I utton on the window sill. An hour later Christophine Johnson (colored) was seen with his coat pinned up, and the other buttons on his coat corresponded with the one found by the officer. Johnson was arrested and owned that the button was his, but lie dropped it while, making purchases in the store the l ight before. Johnson will be held until further investigation can be made. At Amencus the 6toro of Tullis & Clarke was disc >vered to be on fire Monday morn ing at 0 o’clock. The fire department con fined the flames to their local origin. Only a part of the stock was burned, but the balance was, of course, injured by water. Th- stock of B. H. Jossey, next door, con sisting of liquors, cigars and tobacco, was also badly damaged by water. Tullis & Clarke were dealers In general groceries and farm supplies. Tney carried a stock of about SS. 'XX), Insured for S4J)OO. The origin of the lire is unknown. B. H. Jossey’s stock was insured for $2,500, which will fully covor his losses by water. Elberton Star: “Dave Nelms, serti of Jona than Nels, fir many years sheriff of inis countv, is serving a life sentence at Col. Smith’s convict camp for killing a man in Banks county. From what we can learn, Dave only acted in self-defence, and his conviction was an outrage on justice. He has a large and helpless family, to whom ho is (levo'edly attached, but will not per mit his children to visit him, as ha says he does not want his little ones to r- cell ct their fa'her as wearing the garb and shackles of a felon. We believe if a pre sentation of all the facts were made to Gov. Gordon ho would pardon Mr. Nelms.” Guprge W. Williams, a prominent and in fluential citizen of Macon county, acci dentally killed himself Monday morning hunting birds on his farm, three miles from Oglethorpe. Mr. Williams had two of his little boys with him, and was on the farm where his hands were at work, and in the attempt to get over a rail fence his foot slip|>ed, causing him to drop the gun against the fence. The hammer struck a rail and the entire load was discharged into his loft breast, producing instant death, in sight of hi* four sons, who were near bv. He had served the county ns tax receiver for several terms, giving entire satisfaction. Tno Atlanta papers of Sunday printed the story of a woman who had left her drunken husband and returned to her home. Monday afternoon the deserted hus band was seeu at the depot, and he was making inquiries of all the officials as to the whereabouts of his wife. He was told what had taken place the day before, and his wife’s words upon leaving were repeated to him. The man was thoroughly asnamed of bis conduct, and this, added to the chaotic condition of his nerves, caused him to break down completely, and for several minutes be wept and sobbed bitterly. He admitted that he had disgraced his wife by his conduct, but said he would reform and uever touch liquor again, and ho hopes to win his wife’s love back again. Ho bought a ticket for Chattanooga and left the city at C> o’clock. Little Annie Ozburn, the daughter of Policeman Bob Ozburn of At lanta, has had a remarkable experience with a needle. About ten months ago the child was taken sick and grew worse, be coming greatly reduced in weight and suf fering continuously. A number of doctors were called in, but could do the child no good. Several times her life had been despaired of, but the baby lived through it all, and about a month ago began improv ing. The improvement was slow, but steady, and nttonded with no unusual symptoms. Saturday afternoon the little one complained of a pain in its stomach, and Mrs. Ozburn could feel, on the left side, just below the ribs, the outline of a hard, pointed, solid suo stance. Dr. P. E. Murray was at once called in, and after cutting down and press ing down on each side of the point, suc ceeded in getting the point far enough through to get hold of it with a pair of pincers. The needio, for such it was, was so tirnilv imbedded that the sking followed the needle until torn loose. It was brought out without being broken. The needle is a No- 4or No. 5, about I % or \% inches long. The child was resting easy at last accounts, and will tie able to lie out in a day or two. The supposition is that she swallowed the needio nearly a year ago, and that its pres ence in her stomach accounts for her illness since that time. FLORIDA. Ex-Mayor B. A. Brantley,of Branford din 1 there last week. Rev. W. B. Dye has accepted a call from the Baptist church at Kissimmee. Special term of the circuit court for Sum ter county convenes on Tuesday, Dec. 4. The postoifice at Brick Yard has been disco.itiuueJ, because no one would have it. Most of the poach trees about i.ako City have put out quite a crop of winter blos soms. Lakeland's municipal election occurred yesterday. N. B. Bowyer was elected mayor. There wore six additions to the member ship of the Braidentown Presbyterian church last Saturday and Sunday. The experiments of the past two years demonstrate the fact that tobacco is a money crop for Madison county. Dr. P. L. Brooks has completed his dwell ing on Lake Parker, near Lakeland, and is now occupying it with his family. John Borland is to erect a residence on his Orange Citv property recently pur chased of Li. H. Roberts on Volusia avenue. George Baker has purchased the residence of Judge Brooks, and the lot adjoining, on Lake Mirror, near Likelaud, aud has moved in. Cupt. Charles U. King has been ro app allied by the governor a member ol ihe Columbia county school board for another four years. Bevaral patches of still vigorously grow ing tobacco in the vicinity of Lake City prove that a third good cutting could he had lor the cultivation. Col. \V. G. Bartholomew of Tampa lias been reappointed to his old position of deputy United States marshal by United States Marshal Peter T. Knight. Lake City’s cotton receipts are now quite heavy. Nearly 1,000 bales of the s-oa island have been marketed hero during the last few weeks, the general quality of which is good. At Tampa, last week, ground was broken on the south nest corner of Polk arid Franklin streets, preparatory to the erection of a brick block for James E. Jackson. R. M. Tucker writes from his Massachu setts homo that ho has secured for the Methodist oburoh at Orange City a 500- pouud bell, male of genuine bell metal, made by the Troy Bell Company. The area planted in cabbages and winter THE MORNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1888. ve ;etables throughout the section ar >ucd ).*<esbiirg is niucuia ger than it was last smson, and aimge crop is expected. Since the rains all m>e crops are flourishing finely. B<ond lias been sent to Washington for 150 Springfield cadet rifles and two pieces of ordnance with full equipment, for the col lege at Lake Cuy. Tue college will be al lowed 1,000 rounds of ammunition every year. Were it not for the north west room of the court house at Gainesville being occupied by Surgeon Martin, that building would be deserted. No clerk, no sheriff, and in fact no county r fllcial other than Deputy Sheriff Bayer is "around about.” Carrabelle, the town that was so small that some South Florida papers could not locate it in the L T nited States, rolled up a democratic majoritv that just came in right to save Franklin county from going over to the republicans, both legislative and county tickets. Fourteen physicians of Pensacola last summer signed a petition, addressed tp the Hon. Secretary oi the Navy, requesting t ie removal to other scenes of Surgeon Ros, United States navy. The surgeon, who is now at Fernandina, is laying pipes, to be continued at Pensacola, for three years longer. Supt. Lamed, of the Florida Southern railroad, has been quite ill at Palatka for several days. M. R. Mo an, of the Jackson ville, Tampa and Key West, ha- had one of his easy riding coaches fitted up for com fort to carry him to Way cross, so that he can join his family in Atlanta as soon as he is able to stand the trip. J. E. Luten, one of Leon county’s plant ers, who has ad many years ex]ierience in toliacco culture, printed this year one and two-fifth acres in Cuban tobacco. He has gathered, assorted and weighed up, 1,253 pounds. A sample of it was declared by conqietent judges to be extra fiue, and worth at least 50 cents per pound. Two hundred thousand oranges cut up and manufactured into various commodi ties is the record of the Florida Produce Manufacturing Company, of Leesburg, for the past three weeks. The factory now has on hand 2,00 ) gallons of orange wine, which will be shipped to New York and Europe. As soon as it was known that the Volusia county hoard of health had declared off the cordon, as a prevention to Orange City and other sections of the county, the citv co in cil called a ipoclal meeting, and on'Thurs day night they ordered tho mayor and city health oifi er to put on guards south of the city, and no one from Enterprise is allow ed to enter there. The tramway from Cranford Bros.’tur pentine farm and distillery, soma six mi seven milts north of Lake City, is now com pleted to thu Florida Radway and Naviga tion depot, and the delivery of spirits and rosin will begin immediately. It will take to some time after January to move the stock now on ha and, and the manufacture will go right ahead. J. H. Pitman of Worth co i .ty, Georgia, accompanied by his brother and others, passod through Tallahassee Wednesday with wagons loaded with fish from the Wakulla fisuerios. Long distance from the c ast, don’t seem to be any obstacle in tho way of fish-eating Georgians. They regard 125 miles a very short distance to h aul good, fat gulf coast mullet. The manager of the Florida Cracker ot Lake'and came near losing his home by fire last week. Fortunately tue fire was dis covered before it had made much headway, and although kind neighbors promptly hastened to the rescue, his two gro Vii daughters, with commendable nerve and presence of mind, had the fire out by tho time assistance arrived. Cant. A. C. Thompson of Lakeland has killed four rattlesnakes in the last month two last week and two s>me three weeks ago—on his place, some two miles south of town, and also a small alligator. Ho caught the latter by the tail and started to tho house with it to show to his wife, but it fought him so badly that he had to kill it, which he did with a fence rail. Last week Tuesday there was a regular old fashioned log rolling and feast at the plantation of Louis Wiselogal, nea - Mari anua. The people for miles around tuned out and roller! logs all day, clean..g up about fifteen acres of land. In the ey-euing they hid a party for the benefit of tie workers, ns well as their invite! friends that could not be present during the dav. Lake City hunters are now killing squirrels by the hundred. In fact it is said several parties recently bagged considerably more than that number in a single day. Toey sell on the streots nt five for 25 cents. Quito a number of wild ducks are also brought in, while the lak-s co i tlnue to yield their tribute of table fish. Oysters and salt water fish from the coast are now being added to the list. M. M. Haynes of Lane Park, after a lingering and painful illness of several months, died on Tuesday night at, the resi dence of his mother on Haynes’ Point, east ern shore of Lako Harris. Ho was a son of the late Capt. W. W. Haynes, once county surveyor of Sumter, and for several years .he was identified with the boating intare.ts of Lake Harris, having at one time owned and run the steamer North State. Tallahassee Tallahassean: John Mitchell has given notice that he will contest the soat of Capt. P. Hustoun in the state Sen ate. We wouldn’t do it, John! You’d feel, O, so awful lonely in the Senate now; not a single black face in there but yours; you would look like an ink bottle in a snow bank. Besides, John, your chances of get ting in arc about equal to your prospects for being chosen Prince of Bulgaria. There are a half dozen tickets and slates already made up aud being completed f. .r the people to choose from at the forthcoming municipal election at Orlando. Tickets headed respectively bv S. E. Ives, M. f! Marks, E. J. Reel, If, G. Garrett, J, "W. Auderson and VV. F. Wheaton, for mayor, are being put forward. All manner of combinations are being made embracing the candidates announced for the other oiliees. No less than thirteen candidatts for marshal are announced or talked of, and more are to come. The large crockery establishment and house furnishing storo of C. S. L’Englo & Cos., at Jacksonville, has been closed since last Saturday on account of the sickness of Charles Sanders, the faithful and efficient manager, who has had sole charge of the store since the outbreak of the epidemic. All throught the dark days of the plague’s stay in the city, Mr. Sanders remained at his post, attending punctually and faith fully to business, and bad escaped the fever so long as to lead himself and friends to fondly hope that ho would go uuseatbed. Tom Willis, who raised a row at the court house at Tallahassee and got shot last week, died Sunday of his wounds. A post mortem examination aud inquost was bald, and many witnesses sworn, but it was impossi ble for the jury to determine from the evi dence who tired the fatal shot, and the ver dict was rendered accordingly. From the size of the bullet and some other circum stances, it was quite clear that the shot was not tirod by the parties immediately en gaged in the fight with Willis. It is more probable that the shot was not aimed for Willis at all and was llted by one of his own friends. At Orlando, Saturday evening, as Ofilcer Hunter was on duly, he found a couple of young children at the South Florida ra 1 road depot who seemed to be in trouble,and upon inquiry learned that they were two orphan children by the name of Peterson, who had been sent from Sweden to the charge of Mrs. Anna Swanson of Mount Dora, and by mistake had been brought to Orlando. As they were unable to speak English, it was with some difficulty that ho obtained the information, and that through the interpretation of a gentleman who understood the Swedish language. Ho took them in charge and saw that thev were provided with food aud lodging for the night, and the next day raised a subscrip tion for them, besides obtaining a pass to Mount Dora, and sent them to their final destination. Embroidered Front, Full Dress Shirts only tl 50. Evening scarfs and ties— beautifuL At LnFar’s. Applause in Church. From the Atlanta (Ga.) Journal. In illustrating a point n his sermon yes terday, Dr. Hawthorne said: “IV hat incited the murder of the Hill brothers! Whisky. What incite! the murder of young Hightower i Whisky. What incited the murcrir of po, r lom Gresham ? Whiskr. What incited the murder of Christophine, the Italian fru t vender? Whisky. What incited the mur der of Hunt, the ill-fated member of the present legislature? Whisky. Yet t..e men who sold the whisky, and who a:e re sponsible for these murders care nothing lor them, provided they get their mo ey. I That 50 cents is far more precious to them than a human life. Yet our people all the while are crying: Don't agitate this ques tion, it will injure our candidates and pro duce a dullness in real estate.” At the conclusion of the sermon Dr. Hawthorne proceeded to take up a collec tion to pay off a church debt. J he money, $3,000, was collected in a very short while. Before asking for it Dr. Hawthorne said: "Contrary to the prophecy of many people lam in Atlanta to-dsy after four and a half years of ministerial work, and I sup pose the announcement I now make will be a disappointment tp many, and that is, I am here to stav.” Two very handsome young ladies who were sitting in the back end of the church began tapping their heels on the floor, signifying their approval of tho doctor’s remark. Others took up the applause, and it passed, though faintly, like a wave over the Wi.ole congregation. "Yes, my friends,” continued ti e doctor, “I feel that God has led mo here, and here I propose to stay until my work is over.” The ladies again patted their heels, and this time a much louder and more distinct wave of applause swept over the congrega tion. Dr. Hawthorne looked a little nonplussed when be heard the applause, and then with renewed emphasis on his words, it set:in u, proceeded to take up the collection. MEDICAL. Advice lo Everybody who has a diseased Liver is to at once take proper moans to cure it. Tho function the Liver in de signed to perform, nnd on tbs regular execa*ion of which depends not only the general health of fho ►ody. hut the powers of th Stomncii, Bowels. Braifl, and whole nervous system, shows its vast aud vital importance to human health. 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L 6:40 ain s:o'pin Ar Washington 11:13am 9:4opm A r Baltimore .... 12:16pm 11:35pm Ar Philadelphia. . - 3:10 pm 3:i)am ArNewYor* 6:sopm 6:'am Lv Roanoie 2:loam IS;4> p in Ar Natural BriiL/e. 8:36a ra 2:23 pra Ar Waynesboro 6:36am 4:13 pm Ar Luray . 7:40a ra 6:6opm Ar Khenando’ /'a.. - lu: 13a in 9:l6pm Ar Hagerstown.... 11:40am 10:10pm Ar Harrisburg 8:00pm ]2:6op m Ar Philadelphia 6:60 pm 4:26 am Ar Now York .... ... . 9:30 ptn 7:10a ra Lv Lynchburg 7:ooam 2:44pm Ar Burkvilfc 9:24am s:l7pm Ar Petersburg 11:14am 7:(Jopm Ar Norfolk 2:ar. p m 936 p m Pullman sleeping cars leave as follows: Jesnp at 6:30 p. m. for Rome; Atlanta at 10:15 o. ra for i ’hattauooga; open for passengers at 8 p. m. Rome at 9:65 a. in for Washington via Lynch burg; Ghattanooga atl(':so a. m. for New York via Shenandoah Valley, and at 10:00 p. ry. for Washington via Lynchburg; Chatta n<v’i/ at 6:50 a. m and 7:10 p. m. for Memphis, l 'nr/pony’s sleeping cars (bo upper Imrttia, lea/* Macon dailv at 5:30 p. m. for Knoxville B. W. WIUCNN, O. P. A T. A., Knox viUo, Tuna. /Is J. ELJJS. A. a. r. A . Atlanta. SHIPPING. OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY FOR New York, Boston and PMladelpliia. PASSAGE TO NEW YORK. CABIN 20 go EXCURSION 32 00 STEERAGE 10 00 PASSAGE TO BOSTON. CABIN 9n no EXCURSION Son STEERAGE 10 00 /' PASSAGE TO PHILADELPHIA (Via New Yoke.) CABIN woo w EXCURSION steerage r TMIE magnificent steamships of these lines 1 aro appointed to sail as follows—standard time' TO NEW YORK. <a Pt* Theodore Catharine, FRIDAY, November 23. atb:3oA. m. CIT\ OF AUGUSTA, CaDt. J. W. Catharine, SUNDAY, November 25, ut 10 a si. TALLAHASSEE. Cart, W. H. Fisher, l L£SDA\, November 27. at 12 m. CHATTAHOOCHEE. CaDt. H. C. Daggett > FRIDAY, November 30. at 3 p. m. TO BOSTON. CITY OF MACON, Oapfc. H. C. Lewis, SAT URDAY, Novem ,er 24. at 9:30 a. m. GATE CITY, Capt. N. F. Howes, WEDNES DAY, November 28, at 1 p. m. City OF SAVANNAH. Capt. F. Smith, MONDAY. December 3, at 6 a. m. TO PHILADELPHIA. [fob fbeioht onlv.J JUNIATA. Capt. E. Christy, SATURDAY November 24. at 9;30 a. m. DESROUO. Capt. S. L. A skins, SATURDAY, December 1, at 4 p. a. Through bills of lading given to Eastern and Northwestern points and to porta of the United Kingdom and the Continent. For freight or passage apply to C. G. ANDERSON, Agent. City Exchange Building. Merchants’ and Miners’ Transportation Com'y. For Baltimore. CABIN ....sl2 50 SECOND CABIN 10 00 r |''llE STEAMSHIPS of this Companyareap -1 pointed to sail from Savannah for BaLi more as follows—city time: WM. CRANE, Capt. Billups, SATURDAY, Nov. 24, at 10 a. m. JOHNS HOPKINS, Capt Foster. THURSDAY, Nov. 29, at 3 p. u. WM. CRANE. Capt. Billups. TUESDAY, Dec. 4, at 0 p. m. JOHNS HOPKINS, Capt. Foster. MONDAY, Dec. 10, at 12 a. And from Baltimore on tha above named days at 3 p. m. Through bills lading given to all points West, all the manufacturing towns in New England, and to porta of the United Kingdom and the Continent, JAS. B. WEST & CO., Agents, ___ 114 Bay street. SEA ISLAND Ii O U TE, STEAMER ST. NICHOLAS, Capt. M. P. USINA. /COMMENCING TUESDAY, Sept. 4, will leave V Savannah from wharf foot of Lincoln street for DOBOY, DARIEN and BRUNSWICK every TUESDAY and FRIDAY at 5 p. u., connecting at Savannah with New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Baltimore steamers, and at Bruns wick with steamer for Satilia river. Freight received till 4:30 p. m., on days of sail ing. Tickets to be had nt, Gazan's Cigar Store, in Pulaski House, a id on board the boat. C. WILLIAMS, Agent. For Augusta and Way Landings. STEAMER KATIE, Capt. J. S. BEVILL. TXTILL leave EVERY WEDNESDAY at 10 ▼ y o’clock a. m. (city time) for Augusta and way landings. All freights payable by shippers. JOHN LAWTON, Manager. Compagnie Generale Transatlantique —French Line to Havre. BETWEEN New York and Havre, from pier No. 42, N K., foot of Morton street. Trav elers by this line avoid both transit by English railway and the discomfort of crossing the Channel in a small boat. Special train leaving the Company's dock at Havre direct for Pari* on arrival of steamers. Baggage Checked at New York through to Paris. LA BOURGOGNE, FhanCEl'L, SATURDAY, Nov. 24. H a. M. LA CHAMPAGNE, Boyer, SATURDAY, Dec. 1,3 p. M. LA BRETAGNE, dk Joussei.in, SATURDAY, Dee. 8,!) A. u. PRICE OF PASSAGE (Including wine): To HAVRE- First Cabin, *l2O. SIOO and $80; SM-ond i 'atnn. *6O; Steerage from New York to flnvro, $26; Steerage from New York to Paris, $29; including wine, beading and utensils. A FORGET. Agent, 3 Bowling Green, foot of Broadway, New York. Or U. W. HUNT. Esq., 20 Bull street. Missus WILDER <t CO., 126 Bay street. Savannah Agents. IRON WORKk. mcdoih &mm IRON FOUNDERS. Machinists, Boiler Makers and Blacksmith* STATIONARY and PORTABLE ENGINES, VERTICAL and TOP-RUNNING CORN MILLS, SUGAR MILLS and PANS. AGENTS lor Alert and Union Injectors, the simplest and moet effective on the market; Oullett light Draft Magnolia Cotton Gin, the beet la the market. All colors promptly attended to. Gena for I'rloe Hew THE MORRISON HOUSE CIENTUALLY located, on line of street cars, J offers pleasant south rooms, with excellent board, lowest rates. With new baths, sewerage aud ventilation perfect, tbe sanitary condition of the house is of the twat Corner Brough ton and Drayton streets, Savannah, Ua. RAILROADS. Salami!, Florida and Western Railway: WAY CROSS SHORT LINE. Time Card in Effect June 17, I §33. Corrected to November 4 All Trains on this Road aro Run by Central Standard Time SCHEDULE of through trains to Florida and Southern Georgia, connecting with • for all point3 in tbe West ana Northwest. Glim FROM SAVANNAH. ! g** |££ j TO SAVANNAH. | *%* j go.* laiave Savannah ! 7:06 a m 12:35 prn Leave Port Tampa B*lo nni Arrive Jesup [ 8:38 a m 2:32 p m Leave Sanford 1:15 a m Arrive Atlanta. % 9:20 pm Ix:ave Jacksonville 7:30 a m Arrive Waycross 9:45 am 4:00 pm Leave Chattahoochee io-tn'T Arrive Albany via 3. & W.. I 3:00 p m 10:10 p m Leave Bainbridge IgtYX J® Arrive Jacksonville 12:00 n’n j Leave Monticello...'. iCiSs'am ** Arrive Sanford | 4: B 1! pm Leave Thomasvilie 12:55 p niiioK't," Arrive Port Tampa 9:55 pm Leave Gainesville g.Sf* Arrive DuPont 11:04 am t-eave Lake City iig 4 * Arrive Live Oak ,12:55pm! j ! Leave Live Oak ” Arrive Lake City j 5:05 pm ! | Lease DuPont ohg Arrive Gainesville 4:10 pnr Leave Albany via B. & W... 4:3o‘am p * Arrive Thomasvilie 1:20 p m Leave Waycroßs 9-50 ara 4 Arrive MonUcello j 3:15 pm, Leave Atlanta 12:35 am p ® Arrive Bainbridge j 3:3u pm I (Leave Jesup 10:53 a m '5-46'nm Arrive Chattahoochee | 4:01 pm| j Arrive Savannah 12:23 pm 5:48 p. Schedule of Trains to Ar.-i r „ , (Schedule of Trains from xt „ bany, Macon Atlanta,; ,:"?•* Atlanta, Columbus and ' 5 No 2 Griffin and Columbus. flails. daily. , | q rifkin . Daily. Daily. Iseave Savannah 8:15 pmj 3:45 p m Leave Montgomery 8:05 am" Arrive Jesup 10:30 pm 6:10 pm Leave Albany 4:00 pm " .Vrrr/e Macon 2:05 am Leave Monticello 5:10 pm Arrive McDonough 5:03,am Leave Thomasvilie 7:80 pm*** Arrive Griffin 8:15 a ni 'Leave Waycross 1:15 am Arrive Columbus 11:28 a m Leave At ianta 245 pm Arrive Atlanta j 6:20 ara Leave Columbus 8:25 am Arrive Waycross 1:15 am' : Leave Griffin 11:40 am ** Arrive Thomasvilie 7:ooam Leave McDonough 4:05 pm ** Arrive Monticello 9:10 am Leave Macon 6 30 pm Arrive Albany 11:40 amj Leave Jesup 4:00 am 5:25 am Arrive Montgomery 6:40 pm; Arrive Savannah C:ls a m 8:30 am TO BRUNSWICK. j j J | FROM BRUNSWICK. Leave Savannah I 7:06 ami 8:15 pm Leave Brjnswick, B. & W.. 6:20 am Arrive Jesup. 8:38 am j 10:.30 pin Leave Waycross 9:50 am.. Arrive Brunswick, E. T 11:30 am’ 2:00 a m Leave Brunswick, E. T 8:15 ant 3*40 n m Arrive Waycross ...j 9:45 am, . .. . Leave Jesup 10:58 ain 5! 46 nm Arrive Brunswick, B, <fc W.. 1 L:50 pmj .Arrive Savannah 12:23 p m 7:45 p m CONNECTIONS ~ ~ Train No. 27 connects at Jesup for Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga and all points in the West and bfQrrhvvest. At Jacksonville ror all points m South Florida, Key West and Havana. At Live t-i -j r TaHanassee and .Monticello. At Gainesville for Ocala, Leesburg and points in South Florida. Train No. 11 connects at Waycross for Albany. Montgomery, New Orleans. Nashville Evansville. St. Louis, Louisville and Cincinnati. Train No. 1 connects at Jesup for Macon, Atlanta’ Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville and Cincinnati. Through Pullman sleeping car Waycross and Jesup to Atlanta. Trains 12 an 1 27 have Pullman sleeping car bet we n Waycross and Jersey City Tickets sold t<> all points an i baggage checked through: also sleeping car berths and sections secured at passenger stations and Bren’s Ticket Office, 22 Bull street. WM. P. HARDEE, General Passenger Agent R. G. FLEMING, Superintendent. CENTRAL RAILROAD OF GEORGIA. = QUICKEST, BEST AND ONLY LINE RUNNING SOLID TRAINS SAVANNAH TO MACON AND ATLANTA. CORRECT SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 4th, 1888. (STANDARD TIME, GOth MERIDIAN.) TO MACOnJaUGUSTA AND ATLANTA. ! TO MONTGOMERY” MOBILE AND NEW Lv Savannah 7:!oarn B:2opm ORLEANS VTA ATLANTA. ArMacon I:4opm 2:soam Lv Savannah 7:loam Ar Augusta 21:43am 6:35am Ar Atlanta s:4opra Ar Atlanta 6:4opm 6:4oam ArMontgomery ,6:45am Through sleepers on night trains. Ar Mobile. l -55 p m TO i OLUMBUS AND BIRMINGHAM. j Oilcans 7:20 p m Leave Savannah .- 8:20 pm TO MONTGOMERY, MOBILE AND NEW OR- Ar Columbus 7:10 ain LEANS VIA COLUMBUS AND Ar Birmingham 3:30 pm _ UNION SPRINGS. TO ROME AND - “CHATTANOOGA VIA vinom SimEm Lv Savannah . 7:10 am 8:20 p m S°‘"“^ s nr „ Lv Atlanta 5:55 p m T:SO a m ob; v‘ , P m Arßome lL3sam : New 0,-I ans Ar Chattanooga 11:40 pm 1:00 pm TO MONTGOMERY, MOBILE AND NEW OR- Solid trains Savannah to Atlanta, Atlanta to i LEANS VIA -MACON, SMITHVII.LE Chattanooga, connecting at Chattanooga with! ( AND EUFAULA. linos diverging for Nashville. Louisville, Cincin ! Lv Savannah 7:l(ia m B:3opm nati, 3t. Liuis, Chicago and points in the north Ar Macon I:4opm 2:5) a m and northwest. j Lv Macon 6:20 pm 10:00 am TO ROME AND CHATTANOOGA VIA CAR-| £HSjS T y fbfl.rn.nHAh 7 • n. m c. eva . A f Mobil? ...1155 P ITI 3.JU ft 111 Aro“ :lm p™ g" l £ Ar Ne w ra.- Lv Griffin 5:20 a m THROUGH TRAINS TO SAVANNAH. Arßome 11:05am Lv Augusta 12:01pm 9:lopm Ar Chattanooga 3:lopm Lv Atlanta 6:soam 7:]spm Solid train Savannah to Griffin. Griffin to Lv Macon 10:36am 11:00pm Chattanooga, connecting north and vest. Ar Savannah 6:00 pm 6:!sam LOCAL TRAINS TO AND FROM SAVANNAH. Guyton dinner train leaves Savannah 2:00 p.m. Returning, leaves Guyton at 5:25 p.m.; arrives Savannah 4:2 > p. m. Miilen accommodation leaves Savannah 5:40 p. m.; arrives Millen 8:25 p. m. Returning, leaves Milieu 5:00 a. m.; arrives Savannah 8:00 a. m. Train leaving Savannah at 8:20 p. in. will stop regularly at Guyton to put off passengers. Passengers for Sylvania, Wrightsville, MiHedgeville and Eatonton should take 7:10 a. m. train Passengers for Carrollton, Fort Gaines, Talbotton, Buena Vista, Blakely and Clayton shouiJ take the 8:20 p. in. train. Tickets and sleeping car berths at City Office, No. 19 Bull street, and at Union Depot, Wist Broad street. For further information apply to JOHN S. BORDLEY, CLYDE BOSTICK, E. T CHARLTON, Ticket Agent. Trav. Pass. Agent. Gen. Pass. Agent. Mia Railway & latiiaii Comm CENTRAL STANDARD TIME USED. GOING SOUTH. GOING NORTH. I:lspm I>eave via W. & A Chattanooga Arrive ...W. & A ... 1:00 pra 5:43 pm Leave, via F,. TANARUS., V. & G Chattanooga Arrive.. E. TANARUS., V. & G... 12:55 pm 11:15 p m via E. TANARUS., V. & G Atlanta Arrive..E. TANARUS., V. & G... 7:00a m 7:15 pm via Cehtral R. R Atlanta Arrive W. A A 7:50 an 11:30 pm ... .Leave. .via Central R*R Macon Arrive.. Central R. R.... 2:80 an 3:10 pm Leave, .via E. TANARUS., V. A G Macon Arrive. .E. TANARUS., V. & G... 2:15 ara 4:00 a in Leave via C. & S Charleston Arrive C. & S 1:25 a ra 7:o6am viaS.F. AW Savannah Arm0....5., F. & W ..7:45pm 8:20 am Leave, via E. TANARUS., V. & G Je up Leave. .K. T . V. & G... 6:80 p m 6:05 ain Leave via B. & W Albany .. .Central Ga l0;30 p m 9:10 am Arrive... via B AW ...Waycross Leave B. A W 5:10 pm 9:55 ain leave viaS., F. A W.. ..Waycross Leave 8.. F. A W 4:25pm 12:32 pra Leave.... via F. R. A N Baldwin l^eave— F. R. A N 5:00 a m 2:23 pin Leave via K. RAN Waldo Leave.,,.F. R. A N 2:soam 4:29 pin.. . lave via F. U. A N Ocala Leave F. R. A N 12:10 a w f> ;45 p m Leave.... via F. KAN Wild wood Leave F. R. A N 9:20 p m 6:13 pm via F. R, A N Leesburg Leave F. R. A N 7:55 pm 6:45 pm I eave .. via F. R. A N Tavares Leave .. .F. R. A N 6:20 p m 9:00 pm. .Arrive via F. R. A N Orlando Leave....F. R. A N 4:30 pin A. O. MacDONELL, General Tassenger Agent. D. E. MAXWELL, General Superintendent. SUBURBAN RAILWAYS. City and Suburban Railway. Savahnah, Ga., Nov. 2. 1838. ON and after Nli '\I)AY, Nov. sth, the follow lng schedule will be run on the OUTSIDE LINE: Ml AYS AHKIVK UCAV* ISI.r I.OAVK city. city. or hops, montoomery 10:25 a.m.! 8:40 a. m. j 8:15 a.m. j 7:50 a. ra. *11:00 p. m.l 2:00 p. m. I !:*)p. m. I LO.Yp m. Every Monday there will be a tram for Mont gomery, leaving city 6:50 a. m. Every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday a train will be run out. leaving city at 3:25 |>. m. On Wednesday, returning, leave Montgomery 4:30 p. 111., and, Isle of Hope 5 o clock. On Sauurdays and Sundays leave these points half hour later. •This train leaves city half hour later Satur day and will he omitted Sundays. JAMES H. JOHNSTON. President. Coast Line Railroad. Suburban Schedule, CATHEDRAL CEMETERY, BONAVKNTURE AND THUNDERBOLT. THE following scliedule will be observed on and after MONDAY. Oct. 8, 1888, week days. (See special schedule for Sunday.) leave Savannah (city time) 7:10, 10:35 A. M., 3:00, 4:00, *6:35 I". M. l/eive Thunderbolt, 5:50, 8:00 a. m., 12:30, 4:00, t5:40 p. M. „ lyvave Bonaventure, 6:00, 8:10 A. M., 12:30, 4:10, 5:50 p. M. •Saturday night last car leaves city 7:15, in stead of 0:85. tl-ast car leaves Thunderbolt 6:40, instead of 6:20 as formerly. Take Broughton street cars 25 minutes before departure of Suburban trains. R E. COBB, Supt. ESTABLISHED ISOO. M. M. SULLIVAN, Wholesale Fish and Oyster Dealer, 150 Brysn st and 152 Bay lane. Savannah, Ga. Ftoh ordors for Cedar Keys received here have prompt attention. MERCHANTS, manufacturers, mechanics. oorporations, and ail others in need of printing, lthograpbing, and blank books can Lave their orders promptly filled, at moderate prices, at the MORNING NEWS PRINTING HOUSE, 8 Whitaker street. RAILROADS. Charleston k Savannah Railway. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 4th, 1991 TRAINS loave and arrive at Bavannah by Standard Tima, which is 36 minutes slower than city tuns. northward. No. 66.* No. 14. • No. rt* Lv Savannah 6:46 am lil:4spm 8:10 pm Ar Beaufort -110:17am 6:oopin Ar Allendale 10:26 a in ti':36 pm ArAuguata 13:40 p ra * Ar Charleston lihUUuoon 0.20 pta 1:30 a:■ bOUTHWABU No. SB.* No. S3.* NO.*.* r,v Charleston.... J;o0a in 3:15 p m 4:00a n Lv Augusta ..... ......... Ln6 m Lv Allendale. 16:30a m J:5 pm Lv Heautort 1 :oam H: Opm - Ar Savannah ... 10:4)a m id.Oprn 6:4lam •Dally. TDally except Sunday. Train No. 14 atopa only at lemaaaee to pm oit p and Green Pond. Train No. 78 stops only at Monteltb. Horae*- villt*. Ridgi-land. OooHaubatehia, Yemaasaa Green Pond and RavoneL . , For tickets, Pullman car reservations (Ui-t other information, apply to WM. lIKFN, Ticket Agent, 82 Hull strett, and at depot. K. P. MeSVINEY. Uen. Pass Agent C. S. GADSDEN. Duperintendent. SHIPPING. Plant/ Steamship Line. KKMMVKKKLY. Tampa,Key West and Havana. SOUTHBOUND. „ Lv Port Tampa Mon Cays anil Thursday* 10:*) p. M. Ar Key West Tueadayi and Fridays 4 P. *• Ar Havana Wednemlaia and Saturday* 6 a*. NORTH-BOUND. Lv Havana Wednoedayl and Saturdays 1 r * Lv Key West Wednesdays and Saturday*9 p *• Ar Port Tam[>a Thursd/ys and Sundays 3:W Connecting at Port Tamm with Wc*t India Fast Train to and from Nokhern and 1 astern citie*. For stateroom accommodations, apply to City Ticket Office, S., F. A W. lfy, Jaukaou vllle. or Agent Plant BleainsKp Line. Tamp*- C. D. OWKNB, Vafflo Manager. U. 8. HAINES. General Mamgor.