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GEORGIA AND FLORIDA. NEWB OF THE TWO STATES TOLD IN PARAGRAPHS. Two Man Slayers of Macon Sentenced —Sales of Special Delivery Stamps on the Increase In the Central City— A Crazy Negro on the War-Path In Hancock County. GSORGIA. The La Orange Light Guards are on a boom. Dr. Hair will start a brickyard at Buena Vista. The Rome Tribune now occupies its own building. The Met hr list church at West Point is to be renovated at a Cost of 12,700. The English sparrows ora building their nests in the electric lamps in Atlanta. Rev. N. N. Edge has been elected to the charge of the Hapeviile Baptist rhuroh. W. 8. Cox thinks a factory for making cheat) furniture in Lagrange would pay. J. H. Rinard h s been appointed perma nent recover of tbo Ta4lap<* <sn glass works. Tho bank of Bainbr.dgo will be ready for bus'ness on April 1. with a capital of about $50,000. * The Walker building at West Point was damaged to the extent of $1,500 by Are last Sunday. Rich specimen* of iron have bean found in the Public Square neighborhood of Greece oouity. Fifteen hundred acres will be planted in watermelons between Fbrb Gaines and Coleman Station. Reuben Yarbrough, livirg t wo miles from Rockmart, killed seventy-two rats in his barn last Tuesday. Greene county has a great many good farmers that lire at horn#, are out of debt and artfcmhering property every year. Mr. Reviere, a wall known florist of Columbus, had a narrow escape from being k'U4 by a kick from a horse Thursday. Col. A. G. Morgan of Kentucky has leased New Holland Springs, and tho watering place will be opened for visitors by J une 1. The officers of the State JUniversity bat taliou at Athens wers given their commis sions, signed by the governor, at the last dress parade. Bethlehem church, on D. K. Ponder's place, in Webster county, was destroyed by Are last Saturday night’ It is claimed to be the work of an incendiary. It baa been suggested that the name of Broad street, Gainesville, should t*e changed back to Lawrencevilie, or some other name more appropriate than the one it now bears. £ ®r. J- H. Young of Cartersville has n small vial of oil of cinnamon which was brought from Ireland in 1815, and it seems to have Increased in strength as it grew older. Georgia, according to tb*ireport from the department of agriculture, has 112,251 head of horses, with an average value of SBS 03 each; and 152.647 mules ‘with an average value of SO7 79 each. An old ladv on Neat Pippin’s place, near Woodville, Greene county, found several pieces of old Spanish < of a *under the bouse a short time ago. It is supposed to have been hidden there year* ago. Mr. Parnell of Weft Point, the great fruit raiser of this section, has leased 40 acres of land from Mrs. W. B. Higgin- DOthem for twelve wars, and has planted thereon about 20,000 choice peaoh and plum trees. There are just twenty-five saw mills on the Georgia Southern and Florida railway between Tiffcon, in Berrien county, and Unadilla, In Houston county, with an average daily capacity of 331,000 feet of merchantable lumber. It is said there is not a farmer In Walton county who devotes any attention to fine stock. Borne few have good breeds of hogs and some drink Jersey milk, but there is not one who drives behind blooded trotters or skims over his plantation on a race nag. It is understood that three true bills have Nseu fouud against Charles Echols bv the Newton county grand jury. Wommack, the solicitor general, savs he will quit prac ticing law if lie fails to oonvict Echols, but Capb. Pace, his leading counsel, claims he can prove him innocent. There is an old colored man living a few miles from Crawfordsville who is now at the advanced ago of 70 years, and he has never been outside of the county in his life He went to Raytown once, and it is said that be was never farther thau that from from the place of his birth. Some parties in HawltiniWlle at one time wero exceedlnriv anxiotu for f1 n O'K) worth of stock in the Atlanta Construction t ompauy and sent a man there to negotiate for some. They are now coneratulatinc themselves for the blunt manner in which eaid negotiator was received and sent back home with the money in i.is pocket The special delivery stamp which was in troduced into the postal sysiem of the coun try about three years ago. is becoming more and more need. The receipt of letters at the Macon office with the special deliv ery stamp attached averages about 350 per month, while the sale of the stamps at the office amounts to considerably more. A few days ago Judge J. 0. Morton and F. J. Spann, former partners of Clayton Groover in the Arm of Clayton Groover & Cos., at Quitman, presented that last named gentleman with a handsome $125 gold watch at a testimonial of their apprecia tion of his faithful services dmiug the many years of their business relations. Benjamin F. Rower was in Greenville last (Saturday in good health and spirlta. Sunday he was taken sick and, perhaps called in a physician; Monday he walked about the yard and was up Tuesdar, and Tuesday night he was a corpse. He fell a victim to that dread disease menin/ritis His suffering Tuesday afternoon was most acute. At Salem, Saturday evening, after a lengthy conference, a stir waa occasioned by a couple presenting themselves to be joined in wedlock. Their ages added to the romantic part of the scene, both bride and groom being up in the TOY Dr. Gibson did not draw the color line, but performed the ceremony and sent them on thmr way re joicing. The Jofferson train made fm extra trip from Gainesville to Jug Tav.-iV Thursday and at it was passing John/White’s place one of the car wheel* burst Mid the car ran from there to tbs river, alsjut half a mile without running off of the frank. When it stopped Fox Galloway repaired it with wood blocks and got to Jug TaVorn without any further trouble. J A few weeks ago a number of onws and hogs were bitten by a Utui dog in the Hick ory Head neighbornontf of Brooks couutv, •nd recently these am Vila Is gave unmistak able signs of hydr phribia and were killed. T.L Denmark killed a fine milk cow for “is reason and Joff Vavh had four cows gfyjhjffkUy whloh showed symp- At the John Normally homealead In Wal nh Sjft? th * re 1* a dee P ftn d roomv storm r- tome y,me since came near tak jsL* hf r , r "’7 aii ot saving one. Mias *“° llT f* there, by some accident The , pI J or 11 cnv * J io wlth her. and 7 uU of wator . and she a large T* T w 7 ln * n > u w as with great dilU toltj die rescued f rom drowuing. cnnn.s ) 'i f, 7 ,kßr of Union Point, Greene •hi. .tJ 1 ! hi * possaasion a genuine raad wtieh vfr 1 10 has had for many vears and tl ones .7 W,t ,. "ndneut snootw*. The stone, of rejtV’Sf’Lpha, rewlfiy ahaorbs a pint natm.l L*"' 1 four or five times ite hcs rPatient to whom the stone i ' ai’Phed for mad dog bites has ever /uierward tr übled with any iudica in mt * hydrophobia, and it has been used ,n "smy severe caste. ** o the western PW>nlwi22*!Sl“- ootnpoeed of colored ET.L kSThaeed seventeen acres of land Ul “ E °rthern porUou of Amaricus, on Ivee street, for tho purpose of building a college. Rev* R. Munson, the colored pastor at sold al>out twenty-five building hits oft of this laud, after reserv ing what is needed for the college building. It is expected that they will commence work on tho college immediately after the n?xt seas.on of the association. At Macon Friday William C. Clark, who was convicted ot voluntary manslaughter for the killing of Bryant, was sentenced to five years Tn the penitentiary. Clark thanked the judge for his leniency. The judge was not so lenient with Sam McCoy. Sam will be r ein mberod as the negro who gave s > tnu h trouble when he was arrested bv Mr. Huguenin and Officer Hutchins in Mr. Hiliyei’s residence, lie was convicted both for burglary and for assault with in tent to murder. On the first count the judge sentenced him to twenty years, and on toe second ton years. Sam will be able to serve his county to better advantage than he has over done before. Georgetown Courier: 'While Col. Griggs wns making a speech last week on a h><use burniDg caee, he asked his ollenfc at what hour th hous j was burned? Hbs replied that she knew last October, bu’ not now. The colonel said it reminded him of an inci dent that happened in on# of our neighbor ing towns ornii time since: One of the citizens who had inbibed a little too freely of mountain dew, was straggling home one night when he met a man whom be asked: “I-i-i-ilh d&t de moon or the sun up thar?” pointing to the satellite of the heavens. Now •it happened the other man woe in an equal predicament of hi. Finally he answered: “i-I-I-I'm a stra-a-a-auger in the - e parts/’ Dublin Oa**t,te: Posters and handbills announced the fact • n Saturday that Prof. G. T. Hwan, with his company of matchless artists, would give positively but one ex hibition at tho Academy of Music in this place on that evening. These posters brought out a small crowd on that evening, wh wore supremely disgusted to see two tramp-*, supposed to have been originally white me , and two black negroes, appear upon t e stage. Never was such snow Br * n "icce Huok Finn and his King and Duke combination floated down the Missis sippi. The appreciation of Prof. Bwan's show was about t • be expressed in a volley of over-ripe eges. which some members of an in.iig ant audience had procured, when tho professor, taking the hint, decided to close the performance. lh re was quite a disturbance at Mc- Grnv’s mill, in Hancock county, Friday. A negro came into the store adjoining the *>.ii . and called on Cnarlie Hood, the clerk, for Home article, aud when Hocd’s back was turned, beg tn to smash up the show case a id other articles. Hood I urned around and started ta remonstrate witu him. when the nerro started toward him with an ax. and Hood, being unarmed, fled. The m'lt hamlx, homing the noise, cam* to the rescue, anil after great effort, captured and hound th • negro securely. The negro was thor oughly crazv, and will be suit to the asy lum. He accidentally killed another negro last year, Kincf Wiiioh time his mind has open unsettled, and as lie has been attend ing meetings considerably of lato, and thinking much on religion, he has lost his mind. Albert Thomas (colored) of Karlv county, hut Friil y started from the Wade planta tion ou .Spring creek to Blakely, aud ac cording to Lis own statement hii wife wanted lo go with him. They had a heated dispute over the matter just as they reached a little branch, and lie slapped her off the footing into tho water, which was about knee deep. She got up ami sta: ted again when he knocked her off the wcond time, aid they both fell in the water and scrambled out, when he dealt her a third blow with his fist and ran off, thinking sho would get out The woman’s body was found by a neighbor, ami she reported her find, which resulted in tlie nr re it of the husband. Thomas bitterly denied his guilt when fi st arrested, biit after the coronet ’* jury held their Inquest and fastened the crime upon him, he finally confessed hii deed to Sheriff Black on Sun day morning, and at his committal trial Monday repeated the storv related above. He was remanded to j til without bail to await tho action of thehiqierior court in his ease. There was a non-oonvicting jurv in Gwinnett superior court last week. Many of the cases made by the state war# weak for lack of evidence, but some guilty men escaped tho just penalties of their crimes. A cas* of some interest was that against John Holt for burglary. It was charged that John and Pleas Holt and Chess Miuor had broken and entered ttie storehouse of a government distiller an l stolen a barrel of whisky. When the I*i was discovered it was just after a rain, and fresh tracks wer3 discovered about the premises. A ‘©arching party in the woods near tho store house jumped up the two Holts and Minor, but only John Holt was cap tured. On his person were about forty playing o irda, Near him warn s >rne large j if?* his party drooped in their flight. The barrel was found some 3(K) yards from w here he was first seen. In the bung of the itaiTel were several cards of the same print found on him. Soon after his capture a bottle, containing scorched whisky, was Sicked up where he and his crowd were rat seen; the barrel of whisky stolen was scorched whisky. O i the trial Holt showed a card which he claimed was the kind he had when arrested. This statement was disproved. The jury found Holt not guilty. Buena Vista Patriot: J. W. Roberts had a cow to g > mad Uie other day, and he sent for John Tlair to come over to his home with a gun and help kill her. The cow had been cutting up all kind ot antics that would be expected of a mad animal, and it was really dangerous to get near her. Sie foamed lit the mouth, pawe I up the ground and would light anything that name near except her own calf. Mr. Roberts and John went down to the pasture fence, and as soon as she saw thorn coming came toward them pawing aud foaming at t e m mth. As soon as she cime near enough John euiptiod a load from a double-barrel shotgun imo her h a J, and it is said the cow jumped about a foot in the air and foil with a heavy thud. Both of the gentlemen thought the cow was dead, and she was apparently' aud they got over the feuve and went to where she fell. They were walking around looking at the hole in her head, when she suddenly jumped up and made for John, who hap pened to be standing near her head. It occurred to him as quick as thought that self preservation was the bet ter part of valor, and ho lost no time In reaching the fenoe. The cow turned Into a [line ticket, where they wore afraid to loos for her in the dark. She was found next morning and shot again, which finally ended her mad career. FLORIDA. The hotels of Sanford are full. The Congregational church of Apopka is to lie dedicated March 31. Bishop Whipple will nroaeh at the Epis copal church at Saniord to-day. A 1,000-Dound ina atee (sea oow) was captured near Jupiter last week. After July 1, Chipley and St. Andrews will be connected by a daily mail. A citizen of Gainesville Is negotiating for something like 30,0X1 acres of land. St. Augustine, though 400 years old, has had but five epidemics, the last one occur iug eight years ago. A number of gentlemen are talking up and devising means for the erection of a cold storage warehouse in Orlando. B, Klein, who has been eugage l in gen eral merchandising at Galpesville for some years, made au assignment Thursday to U. 6. Merchant. At Orlando J. F. Lonaghan has bought the entire stock of paint", oils, etc., of J. M. O'Connell, and ha" moved it to the budd ing adjoining his grocery store. Dr. F. C. Grace, h iving resigned from the board of shool trustees at Daytona, the two remaining me nbers met, accep ed the resignation, aud elected J. C. Stowers to fill the vacancy. Lut Sabbath evening; a Sabbath school was organized at Toronto, with Mrs. Luther Walker a* superinto odent, George Wofford, assistant superintendent, and Martin Shep herd, secretary. The Gainesville Guards have not defi nitely determined whether they will go to Jacksonville to attend the Bob-Tropical on Military day. The Cadets have about de cided to take part in the drills. On Sunday. March 17, the dedication service* of the Fir*t Baptist church at Eau Gallia, were conducted by the Rev. W. N. Chaudoin of La Grange, assisted by the Rov. 8. K. Gove and Rev. Mr. Prince. Rev. George Washington Witherspoon, a well-known colored man of the state, who stumped Lake county for Tavares in the third oou ty seat campaign, ha* been sent to Key West to preach. For many year* he ha* resided at Pensacola. Mahlon G re. Dr. D. J. Mcßae and J. E. Pace went to Mellonville, a suburb of Han ford, Thursday, to inspect the old building* in which it was aaid there was yellow fever last year. They did not deem it necessary to bum them an i conclude i to refer the whole matter to th# state board of health. Daytona JUentsnger : Osceola county’s asse-sment amounts to $1,800,000. The as sessment of the East coast section of this county this yoar will foot up about $2,500,- 000. This section is well able to assume the duties of a full fledged county, and we’ll “get there in the early spring time, Annie dear.’’ Joe Hooker Post No. 0 of Daytona en joyed a reunion and campfire a* their ball last Saturday evening. The meeting was the last one that Past Commander F. C. Or.ice, who will res do in lowa, will attend for some time, and the boys gave him a handsome send off in the shape of a dozen solid sliver fruit knives. The personally conducted Cuban excur sion party, tinder the guida* oe of W. E. Arnold of the South Florida railroad, passol through Orlando Thursday after noon on it* wav to Havana. There were forty-seven people in the party. ex cursions are exceedingly popular, and each succeeding one carries an increased number. One of the noticeable features of the re ception of ex-President Cleveland at San ford, Thursday, was the fact that all of the committee who boarded the train to receive him were republicans. The mavor. presi dent of the board of trade and president of the Florida Land and Colo ilzation Company were the first to meet and welcome him to the city. # Manatee county is still able to furnish good beef cattle. Morgan Johnson, Curry and Whitaker furnished a bunch of about 100 head, and Jonathan Knight furuis' ed a drove, all of which were sent to the Tampa markeL Plenty moo are in condition and ready for delivery. W. H. Vanderipe con templates enlarging his 1,000-acre pasture on the Miakka. William Jackson, while inspecting the work on the new Halifax div\ north of Holly Hill, discovered a i Indian mound next the river. The mound is about five feet high, an 1 is evidently an old bu *ving place. The mound will be cleared off, and will add anot er “curio” to the many views obe seen along this drive. None of the HollyH ill residents wore aware that such a mound was in existence. D. P. Btlrdon has returned to R inford from Tampa. He went and urn the Orange Belt railroad to St. Petersburg, and from there to P >rt Tampa, Manatee, and visited a number of place* along the coast. He found quantities of maguey and brought home enough to get nut a magnificent dis play for the Paris Exhibition, of which Cof. D. H. Ellio t will have charge, and which will be one of the l>est a Iverthe ments for Florida that will be exhibited there. A curious case was on trial at Tavares Thursday before Judge Harrington, ii the justice court, in which two of the Pol sh e rployes at the Osceola truck farm wore ar raigned ad committed, in default of the “Urn of $5O, to keep the pence. As the judge could not talk in P dish a id the ac cused could not understand English, John Messing, the barbe was called in, who communicated in German the words of the judge, which in turn were communicated to tue accused in their own language. A cold blooded murder occurred among the colored people of Davtofia Sunday, in which a 00l >rd man name 1 Scott Smith lot his life. It stems that he ha i loaned Jake Hammond a dollar and took an over coat in pawn. Hammoud wanted the coat but did not want to pay the dollar. He mot Smith and shot at him, but missed. Smith turned around and asked Hammond what he meant when the latter shot again, the ball taking effect in the left breast, killing him al mo it, instantly. Hammond wns ar rested and examined before Justice Puckett Monday and was b, und over to cjurt with out ball. The case of the st ate vs. Henry Bussey was tried at Orlando Thu s lay in the crim inal court, with Messrs. St. Clair-Abrams & Bryan for the defense. The first s!ep on the part of the defense was to ask the court for subpoena duces tecum to bring the hog into court, to be introduced in evidence. The court refused the subpoena, and the trial be-an. While the evidence of the state was being given, the counsel for the defense introduced n drawing of a Florida razor-baok, and asked witness if that was not a fair picture of the hog in controversy- The defense also recalled the prosecuting witnesses and endeavored to prove that the hogs were a lot of measley, mangy hogs anyway, and wore inclined to be wormy also. In fact, it b -gan to look as if there wasn’t any hog about it anyhow. During the revival at the Methodist church at Orlando Thursday night ouito a solemnly comic incident occurred. There is a certain dog in town which ims been taught by his owner to kneel in the attitude of prayer when commanded liy a snap of the owner's fingers. Last night the dog fol lowed a lady and gentleman into the church, and insisted upon making himself at home around the altar 1 1 the annova ice of tuoso conducting the meeting. One of the con gregation, noticing tjie unwelcome presence of ttle canine, ro-n from Ids seat and pro- ceeded to couduct his d< gshlp to the ‘treet. He was making slow progress in his effort*, and w hen about mid wav down the center aisle chirped and snapped his fiuger at the animal, who deliberately turned rou id. placed his paws upon the end of a pen and bowed his bead as if in earnest prayer. BAt Daytona, Monday afternoon between 3 aud 4 o’clock, occurred a scene not antici pated, and but for the fortunate presence of help might have rendered two bappv homes desolate. A number of young peo pie had been in the surf bathing; part of them had come out and were iu t'te hath houses dressing; directly atialarm indicated that sorneof the parti were in trouble. The surf was high, and being in rath, r deep water, they had lost their footing, and were liable to be drowned. The party were Arthur Elliott, Miss Elliott and Miss Mary Brower. Cliff Jordan, taking in the situa tion. at once went to their assistance. E. \V. Greene, who was near by, took a rope and went to aid Jordan Mrs. Hull, who was riding by, had another rope, and with the assistance of Mr. Hague the whole party were soon out of the clutches of old Nep tune, Ocala Banner: It appears that a man hailing from I’alatka, came into Mario i county the latter part of January, In the Fleinington distric , where, purchasing some cattle, he drove them across the country, and by the lime he reached Horso Creek ferry on the Ocklawuha river, his moving bunch had increased by attrition, which usually reduces, to some 200 head. A nuinlier of the stock me iin the Fort MoGoy district by accident hoard of their animals being 10l astray by the l'alatka beef slayer, and in making for the moving drove wore assured by the drivers (hut he only had a small boy to assist), that they must have done it in a mistake ana they were quickly returned. 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If your druggist does not hare Hecoinier Sar saparilla refuse all other kinds and send $1 to The Ke.-amier Manufacturing Company. s£and 54 Pork Place, New York, and a bottle will be sent you five of express charges. Un like other Sarsaparilla*, it will not force out an eruption ou the skin, it will not deplete the blood, but enriches It while It purifies it. TO INSURE PROMPT ATTENTION DO NOT FAIL TO ADDRESS ALL LETTERS TO THE racamier manufacturing company, 52 AND 54 PARK PLACE. NEW YORK CITY. The Recainier ITeparat ions and Vita Nouva are for sale by all the principal druggists in Sa vannah. DRY GOOD*. 111! ME & c Respectfully Call Attention to the Following Unapproachable Bargains which they Will offer in their Various Depart ments During the Coming Week. LARGEST VARIETY. SILKS. 1 lot Saline (not Batinee) in beautiful evening ■bade* at 16c. a yard; worth 50c. 25 pieces, 29 inch Surah Silk in all shades at 40c.; wor h 75c. 5) pieces China Silks in the very latest Orien tal designs at 75c , 85c., 98c. and SI 25. Black Gros Grain and Faille Silks at special low prices. DRESS GOODS. 75 pieces Brocaded Dress Goods, new spring shades, at 4c. a yard; worthßc. 190 pieces Oballies. very preti y patterns at 325 pieces French Printed Challies. with solid colors to match, at 12Wc., 15©., 18c.. 20c. and 26c. 75 pieces Pan* Novelty Stripes and Plaids, 36 and 38 inches wide, at 20c.; worth 85c. 25 piaeo*. 38 inch Henrietta In all the new spring shades, at 40c. a yard. We are showing all the new fabrics snd shades in Spring Drees Goode with trimmings to match, at 50c., 65c., 75c., 85c. and $1 per yard. BLACK GOODS. In this department we are prepared to show the largest, and best selected stock of Spring Weight Black Dresn Goods ever shown in town. We suggest to intending buyers that it will be to their Interest to examine our goods and pri ces before purchasing; ask to see, our 50c. aud 75c. lines. WASH DRESS GOODS. 185 pieces handsome new Spring Dress Ging hams at 7c.: worth 10c. 115 pieces Scotch Dress Ginghams at U%c.. 15c. and 20c. 2 cases new Spring Calicoes at 5c.; worth Rc. 400 pieces French Printed Ratines at 10c., 12L£c , 15c. and 20c. Just opened a superior stock of French Rat ine-. latest designs and offerings, at 25c., 22c. and 32&C. PARASOLS. A full line of the latest novelties at lowest prices. 80. 26-inch Gloria Silk Umbrellas, gold mount ing, at $1 49 each; worth $2 25 UNEQUALED VALUES IN BOYS’ CLOTHING. 100 dozen. Boys' Percale Shirt Waists, well made and finished, at 20c., 25c., 35c., 40c. and 50c. each. Unusual value in Boys' Lisrht Weight Casi mere Suita at $2 50, $3 50 and $1 50. A saving of over 25 per cent, in this depart ment. MORRISON, FQYE & CO. BANKS. JOS. J. DALE, President. HERMAN MYERS, Vice President. JNO. M. BRYAN, Cashier. The Oglethorpe Savings & Trust Cos., 130 BRYAN STREET (.NATIONAL BANK BUILDING), SAVANNAH, GA. Capital (paid in) 25,000. Surplu* and Hindividod Profits $15,000. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT A SPECIAL FEATURE. DEPOSITS of any amount received, and interest allowed under the rules on balances of £1 and upward. Loan, negotiated at reasonable rates. Heal Estate a specialty. Legal Depository for Executors, Trustees and Money in Suit. I) I 14 B3 a TORS. •JOS J. DALE, President; HERMAN MYERS, of H. Myers A Bros,; WILLIAM GARRARD, of Garrard & Meldrim, Attorneys; JNO. LYONS, of Jno. Lyons & Cos.; SAMUEL MEINHARD, of Meinhard Bros. * Cos.; W. E. GUERARD. of J. B. West & Cos.; ANDREW HANLEY, Merchant; GEO. J. BALDWIN. President Baldwin Fertilizer Cos.; LEWIS KAYTON, of Herman & Kayton; J. P. WILLIAMS, of i. P. Williams & Cos.; C. C. SCHLEY. M. D. MKDICAU P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root, and Potassium.) CURES SYPHILIS Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Syphilis, Syphilitic Eruptions, Scrofula and Scrofulous Eruptions, Ulcers and Old Soros, Rheumatism and all diseases of the blood; all those that have restated Other treatment yield steadily and surely to the wonderful power of P. P. P., the groat Blood Purifier. SCROFULA Is an Impurity in the Mood, producing Lumps or dwelling, causing Running Sores on the Arms, Legs, or Feet, for the cure oi which use P. P. P., the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these diseases yield readily to the power Of P. P.P., giving new life and now strength. BLOOD POISON Cured in its worse form; sometimes in cases with Erysipelas, where the patient was in Eter nal Pain and given up by the physicians. In some oases Bcroiiiloua Ulcers broke out till the party was a mass of corruption; a bottle of P, P. P. was procured, and the disease yielded quickly. RHEUMATISM And in all Affections of tho Blood, P. P.P. stands alone and unrivaled and some of its euros are | really wonderful. If you suffer from anythinglikeßypliHts. Scro fula, Blood Poison. Ulcers, Old Boree, Rheuma tism, nr any disease of the blood, be sure and give P. P. P a trial. P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium i Is no secret patent medicine like the many on the market. Its formula is on every bottle, thus giving a guarantee of its parity and wholesome ness that no other blood purifier does give. Forsa'j by all druggists. LiTPMiN Bros., Wholesale Druggists, Sole Manufacturers sod Proprietors, Lippman Block, Savannah, Ga. Health is Wealth. 1 1 . I c. Wut , '.SO - MB.vr, a guaranteed sl*ecUlc for Hysteria, Dbui neas, Convulsions, Fits, Nervous .Neuralgia, Headache. Nervous Prostration caused by the use of alcohol or tobacco, VVakefuluosa, Mental Depression, Softening of the Brain, resulting in insanity and leading to misery, decay and death. Premature Old Age. Barrenness, Loss of Power in either sex. Involuntary losses and Spermatorrhoea caused by over exertion of the brain, self-abuse or over indulgence- Each box contains one month s treatment; $1 a box. or six boxes for sft sent by nuul. prepaid, on re ceipt of price. We guarantee six boxes to cure any case. With each order received by us for six twxea, accompanied with $3. we will send the purchaser our written guarantee to refund the money if the treatment does not effect a cure. Guarantees issued only by THE (}. M. HEIDT COMPANY. Wholesale Druggists, Hole Agents, corner Congress and Whitaker street*. Savannah. Ga. n I 1 n MORNING NEWS carriers reach I I I H every part of the city early. Twenty* X XX XJ five cents a week pay* for the Lady. LOWEST PRICES. DOMESTICS. 2 casea yard wide genuine Fruit of the Loom Shirting at I^c. 300 yards genuine Lonsdale Cambric at 9}^c. 5 bales good Sea Island Cotton at 4c.; worth C\ic. 1 case 9-4 Bleached Sheeting, soft finish, at 19c.; worth 85c. WHITE GOODS. 250 pieces shear White Lawn at fte.: worth Bc. 105 pieces Piaid Muslin, large plaids and sheer, at BUc.: value 12Mc. 1 lot very handsome Plaid Nainsooks at 10c,; worth 18c. 1 lot rery fine India Linen at 20c.; worth 35c. LINEN’S. 100 dozen pure linen fringed Doilies at 25c. a dozen; worth 50c. 160 dozen knotted fringe Damask Towsli, fancy border, at J2K<?. each; worth 30c. 75 dozen 33x10 heavy Huok Towels at 19c.; value 35c, Special drives in Towels at 25c.. 35c.. 50c. ana 75c. 10 pieces genuine Turkey Red Damask at 25c.; worth 40c. 75 pieces genuine Turkey Red Damask, war ranted fast oolors, at 50c.. 65c., 75c.. 86c. and sl. Bargains iu bleached Linen Damask at 50c., 75c. und 91. A STUNNER IN QUILTS. 300 full size White Honey Comb Quilts at 49c. each ’ worth 75c. 135 12-4 heavy Crochet Quilts, Marseilles pat terns, at 98c.; worth $1 50. Hosiery, Gloves and Handkerchiefs, 1 lot Children's Ribbed Lisle Hose at 19c. a pair; worth 86c. 1 lot Ladies' regular made Faucy Hose at 19c.; good value for 35c. 1 lot Ladies’ Lisle Gloves, extra length, at 19c. a pair: value 35c. 300 dozen Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, fancy borders, at 5c.; worth 10c. LACES AND EMBROIDERIES. 1 lot real linen Torchon Lace, 3 to 5 inches wide, at lOc. a yard; worth 18c. 1 let Hamburg Embroideries at 5c., 10c. and 25c. ; worth Bc.. 15c. and 40c. Bargains in 45 inch Swiss Flouncings at 40c., 50c., 75c and sl. Immense Bargains in Ladies' Muslin Underwear. 50 dozen Ladies’ cambric Corset Covers at 11c. apiece. 100 dozen Ladies' Chemise, good muslin, at 21c. each. 50 dozen Ladies’ Drawers, good muslin, at 21c. each. 10 dozen Nurses Aprons at 19c„ worth 35c. DRY GOODS, ETC. I WILL OFFER ON MONDAY I Foil Line of Black Golds, Comprising tho newest fabrics for Spring wear. Also, Black and Biack and White India Silks, Black Grenadines, with a full line of Real Scotch Ginghams, and other wash goods. J. P. GERMAINE, 132 BROUGHTON ST. lEB POTATOES. SEED POTATOES. ‘>oo BAHRELS EXTRA early seed POTATOES, BOTH WHITE AND PINK EARLY ROSE. SUPERIOR TO ANY IN THE MARKET. A. H. CHAMPION. GROCERIES. PICKLED MULLET IN HALF AND QUARTER BARRELS. BASKET AND SEA FOAM SOAPS* >E-CRACKERS IN LARMS VARIETY. AT WHOLESALE BY HENRY SOLOMON & SON, 173, 175. 182, 184 BAY STREET. CARRIAGE WORKS. CARRIAGE WORKS. SA.NBERG & CO., St. Julian, Congress and Montgomery streets, FRANKLIN SQUARE. We offer to the public the beet work in our line in the city. ■ ■, ! ■ ■■ .■■■. I ■■ qx> COUNTY OFFICERS.—Books and Blank* X required by county officer* for the une of the court*, or for office use. supplied to order bv the MORNING NEWS PHlnßkq HOUSE/* " hitaker street. Bavanaah. DKY GOODS. GRAND DRESS GOODS SALE GUSTAVE ECKSTEIN & CO. 10,000 yards choice Cliallles in all the newest designs anri tints. ° Black Nun’s Veiling, Black Albatross and Camel’s Grenadine, only the best makes and at low prices. Embroideries Drives at 1 Oc. and sc. Flouncings great variety GUSTAVE ECKSTEIN & CO. Will inaugurate a general bargain sale whether you want Dre<?a Goods, Silks, Linen Goods, Housekeeping Goods. Hosiery" nr anything else. We propose to give you the best possible vaiu and always to guarantee satisfaction. • 0 A Special Drive for Tuesday. 25,000 yards Plaid and Striped Goods for dresses, 6 i-4 P per yard. Remember only 6 l-4c. per yard for good goods. Three cases of Bleached Shirting, best value shown, 8c We carry an Immense stock, will sell it and low prices win do it. 111 GUSTAVE ECKSTEIN & CO M I LIUS & CO. TO ARRIVE ON MONDAY MORNING, an elegant line of Imported and Embroidered Tie* for Gentlemen Try the Star Shirt: perfect fitting and grand value; from $1 up. Cleanfast Solid Black Hosiery, in Cotton and Lisle, warranted not to crock or fade. Beaded Wraps from $3 up. Fresh arrivals iu Embroideri sand Lace Flouncings, Draperies, Children's Caps and Novelties Don't forget our elegant display of Coaching Parasols and Sun Umbrellas, in Gold Silver’ Oxidized and Natural Handles. * T ’ Lateat Novelties in Jewelry. MILITJB & CO., CARRIAGES BUGGIES WAGO\S~KTCL SALOMON COHEN, Tie Oiliest EstalsM Carnap, Bigg ill Harness Repository in tlia State. A FULL and well selected line of CARRIAGES, PHAETONS, BUGGIES, WAGONS, CARTS etc., always on hand for sale at the most reasonable prices. To Turpentine Manufacturers & Farmers. We offer onr “STEEL AXLE WAGON" an J give the following guarantee: “We will repimoe every broken STEEL AXLE no matter what the load might weigh, or under what circumstance# broke. FREE OF CHARGE.” CARPETS, DRV GOODS, ETC. DANIEL KAN WILL PLACE ON SALE MONDAY, March 18, THE FOLLOWING HIGHLY DESIRABLE OFFERINGS IN LADIES’ DRESS GOODS; One lot 52 inches All Wool French Cheviots, reduced for this sale, from 91 25 yard to 75c. a yard. one lot, All-Wool French Challis in dress pat terns, no two alike, at 50c. per yard; worth *sc. One lot. Side and Bordered suiting in exclu sive styles at $1 25 per yard; worth $1 50. One lot French Epangelines in dress lengths, no two alike, at sls a pattern; worth S2O. SILKS. One lot Printed China Silk at 50c. a yard. One lot Printed Cnina Silk at 65c. a yard. Ouo lot Printed China Silks at 79c. a yard. One lot Printed China Silks at 90c. a yard. One lot colored Surah Silks at 50c a yard. One lot colored Surah Silks at 65c. a yard. One lot Faille Francaise, plain and checked, at $1 10; worth $1 50 a yard. Wash Fabrics and Domestics AT THE FOLLOWING PRICER FOR THIS WEEK. AND FOR SPOT CASH ONLY: 100 piece* Lonsdale (’ambrie, at !oc. per yard. 100 piece* Lonsdale Shirting at 7s£o. per yard. 100 piece* Fruit of the Loom at Bc. per yard. 100 pieces Domestic Sateens at 7c. per yard. 100 pieces French Finish Sateens at BLsc. per yard: worth lsiV#c. 100 piece-* plaid and striped Seersucker at per yard; worth 10c. 100 pieces plaid and striped Seersucker at per yard; worth l^%c. 100 pieces Standard Prints, fast colors, at sc. per yard; worth Boys’ Suits and Odd Pants. 150 pairs Boys’ Odd Pants at 25c. each, up to SI 50. 100 Boy*’ Suits at Si 10; worth $-i. 100 Boys' Suits at s„* 25; worth S<J 75. 100 Boys' Suita at $2 75; worth 85. 150 pieces fresh CANTON MATTING just re ceived. Prices ranging from *oc. per yard to 45c. per yard. die m CORSETS. CdrseT BILL’S CORSETS are Boned With KABO * "*> V, 9 FOR SALE BY DANIEL HOGAI. - C OTTO NT COMPRESSOR. MORSE COTTON COMPRESSOR.} Most powerful and effective in the wond. Exerts a pressure on bale of 5,000,000 lbs. Has loaded largest cargoes taken at Atneri'-an ports. 78 of these Compresses have been introduced in the last ten years, making more Morse Presses in use to-day than all others combined and com pressing about two-thirtls of the whole Ameri can crop. Some of those erected ten years ago have each compressed over 1,800,000 bales with out showing a a sfect or appreciable wear. Thev are the cheapest and bi'St, because the met durable and leas: Jiab'e to accident. Most rapul. most powerful, most simple in construction and most economical in operation-saving annually millions of do lars In freight. Address S. B. STEERS <fc CO.. Cotton Exchange. NEW ORLEANS. 4 Impure Blood, Scrofula. I ■ ~ _ Constipation, Indigestion. 1 Sul Dyspepsia, Biliousness. M.v n If fif JS fig - laria, Luucorrhcea, lmpo. m Rf V v tsneyand General Debility; £) W fur Removing Pimple* and w ms. Beautifying tho Complex- mm B ion, without an KuuaL A kJS & g R wa small, sugar coated, 75 In a ) ■ M B— . a bottle. Druggists, or mallei (| a SB liw fir r.O cents by Alexander / . . -Ak Alediclne UOm New York. WHOLESALE BY LIPPMAN BROS. FOR HALE BY Hitler’* Pharmacy, W. M. Mills, L. C. Strong. Reid & Cos., Edward J. Kikkfkr, W. F. Reid. W. A. PIOMAN, w. M. C'LEVELAim, J. R. Haltiwanoer, Wm. F. Hkndt, J. T. Thornton, W. a. Bishop, Symons Mkll, A. N. U’Keefpe & ro., M. Johnson, David Porter. _ 'soiTomo jst s’ SAW PALMETTO PREPAKATIOAA “ Elixer’’ and “Sadurraled 01, A Most Reliable Remedy for the Treatment of all Diseases of the THROAT, LUNGS, CHEST, ETC. PREPARED BY SOLOMONS & CO., DRUOOIBTS, ; : SAVANNAH. GA. __ PLUMBER, l. a7 McCarthy, 44 Barnard stukkt. (Under Knights of Pythias’ Hal*). PLUMBING AM) GAS FITTING. STEAM HEATING A SPECIALTY. TEAS! TEAS! A CAREFULLY selected stock of Tea* from A 50c. to $ 1 per pound. Especially economi cal, my (iftc. Tea, as a superior article. J. S. F. BARBOUR, New Houiton and Barnard Street*.