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GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
NEWS OF THE TWO STATES TOLD
IN PARAGRAPHS.
A Morris tre in Wilcox County Pre
vented by the Absence of the Bride
—Singular Fatality to a Horae at
Dalton—Black Marble Found in Mur
ray County —An Alleged Bogus
Showman.
GEORGIA.
Seventeen hundred tons of fertilizers vrere
sold in Wilkes this season against about
3,500 last year. This means $>0,005 saved.
It is rumorad that Col. Thomas Harde
man of Macon will be a candidate for the
congressional nomination in too Sixth dis
trict.
Dr. George Peaterson of Washi >gton will
commooee suit at nee against the Central
railroad for $25,000 damages for tho loss of
his right arm.
There is an old negro in Quitman county
who has never owned a lock. He has been
for years nailing a bar of wood across the
door of his crib every night.
Miss Fa mi* Denmaik, a daughter of It.
I. Denmark, a highly respected and hon
ored citizen of B ooks county, died Wednes
day, after a lingering illness of several
months.
At Hinosvilla. Tuesday night, Mr. Gor
don sh >t Mr. Middleton through the head,
and Mr. Middleton is likely to die very
soon. The cause of t editliculty is unknown.
No arrest has been made.
Ben Elzy, the Dalton negro who is lan
guishing in the Birmi gham jail, charged
with several bloody murders, has virtually
confessed to the killing of old Mrs. Har
grove at Smyrna last winter for her
money.
J. F. Thompson billed a wild west show
at Valdosta for Tuesday, giving orders on
the treasurer of his alleged company for all
expenses, besides borrowing some funds.
The show failed to come to nand. It is not
known how much he made.
The Gate City Oil Company has pur
chased thirteen acres of the most desirable
land anywhere near East Point for manu
facturing purposes, and now have 140 inea
employed, under the management of G nrge
T. Parkhouse, constructing a magnificent
cotton seed oil mill.
Negotia ions are progressing at Washing
ton for the exc ange of a part of the acad
emy lot for the Metnodist church and lot.
The Methodists wish to have their place of
■worship on Main street, and if they get the
academy lot the site wid suit them, and the
town will have a much better school build
ing and the same play ground.
Mrs. D. T. Lane of Abbeville is a busi
ness woman tucu as Is needed for the tunes.
She bakes the most healthful bread for the
market, keeps a lot of fine cows, from
which she supplies a number of houses with
the levt milk and butter. Besides she
knows just how to make tho most delight
ful temperance drinks, which she thinks
will cure the wbi.-ky appetite.
Some time since a prominent farmer near
Toombsboro was sitting on t. a fence near
the road inspecting nis crop when a lad of
not many years roue by,and he said to him:
“Hello, hud; ain’t you .oat?” “No,” ha re
plied, and stopping his mule he said to the
man on tne fence: “Ain’t you?” “No, 1
think not.” “Well,” spike t ; e lad, “1
think you are, from the looks of your crop.”
Dr. H, H. Cary of the Georgia fish com
mission has just re urned from Ph ladel
phia, where he has been in utte dance on
the convention of the American Fisheries
Society. A large number of states were
represented, and Dr. Cary is very much
enthused in view of the great progress
made in fish cul.ure in the la.t decade. At
Washi gton, D. C., two good sized shad
could be bought for 25 cents.
Tom Odom, a young man living in the
neighborhood of Sibbie, Wilcox c rnnty,
went to take unto himself a wife last Thurs
day night. He was aceomp nied by sev
eral escorts who expected to have a delight
ful time at the welding. Considerable
preparations had baen made ror the occa
sion. But the ladv whom Odom expected
to marry had disappeared, and tho boys
bad to leave somewhat disappointed.
The police of Dalton have been actuated
to greater vigilance hr the many petty
burglaries that have lieen committed re
cently, and on Friday last succeeded in cap
turing one of the night hawks who has been
amusing himself by smashing plate-glass
windows and appropriating therefrom silk
handkerchiefs, neckties, collars, cuffs, etc.
The individual proves to be William Hines,
a white boy, who i. generally looked upon
as a bad character.
Thomas Lockridge of Dalton, agent for
the Siuger company, lost a valuable buggy
horse oue day 1 at wees. Ha ha 1 driven
around to a Thornton avenue residence to
repair a machine, and expecting to be gone
for a short tune only. h“ fastened the lines
to the projecting ro t of a soade tree gr >w
ing i.ear the walk. During Ins absence the
horse grew restive and began backing. In
some way tbs lines got tangled in the wheel
and the animal was thrown upon its bead
in a ditch near by, dislocating its neck.
Smith Treadwell of Murray county was
in Dalton one day last week, and had in his
possession a superb specimen of black
marble, a fac simile of the black Italian,
obtained from a quarry recently discovered
on lauds owned by him In the county of
Floyd. The specimen appears to be of the
very finest quality, and is susceptible of a
smooth and beautiful polish. Mr. Tread
well says that the indications point to a
vast deposit of this m irble, lie having
traced the vein a mile in length and a half
mile in width.
Col. Orlando McClendon of Newnan is
holding in West Point an auditor’s court for
,the purp s of adjusting the accounts of
W, H. Huguley A Cos. with Ala. a.na and
Georgia mi Is. There are present as attor
neys Hon. N. J. Hammond and Thomas H.
TV hi taker, represent! g Huguley & Cos.,
and F M. laongly and P. H. Brewster, rep
ress iting stockholders, b mdbolder* ad
Creditors of the Alabama aid Georgia
Manufacturing Company. The mills are
now in the bands of a receiver, and have
stopped work for want of funds. The fight
bids fair to be long and tedious.
The peop'e of Dalton were awakened
from their slumbers last Friday night bv a
terrific noise which snook the verv founda
tions of tne earth. Many thought that it
was an earthquake; some thought the stand
pipe had collapsed, while ot ers thougut
that a meteoric stone bad dsscendod upon
the town. The noise in ready proved to
be a fire damp explosion, caused by gaseous
accumulations in the fur aoe of a locomo
tive in the East Tennessee, Virginia and
Georgia sard. Strange to say the engine
was not injured in the least by the explo
sion, but toe fireman and eugineer were
severely burned by the blare of fire whicn
shot from the fur ace door.
Jesup Sentinel: One day last week a lady
called at the store of VV"naley & Lee, and
Hill Westberry, having just giseii bis
mustache a flue twist, hastily stepped for
ward to wait upon her. Bill approached
•with a pleasant smile about a yard wide,
and wit i one of bis most graceful bows
politely informed the .ady that he was at
her service. Bus told him she would be
pleased to see some Corns de Lisss i ucb
tngs This staggered Bill, bit not wishing
to appear green, or at a lass, he told her
that be had jut seld the last keg they had,
th. t morning, but bad ordered forty kegs
more, and was looking for them by every j
freight. The lady hade h m good morning
and went out smihug, aid Bill gave bis
mustache another twirl aud cnsolsd him
eelf with tne th >ughl of how fortu.,at it 1
was to be rra ly watted.
Atlanta investors in E. W, Horner Euro- 1
peau government and oily bon is on too |
twe tietb m nth instaliu.viit p.au are some
what excited There are about fifty of ]
these investors In the citv. On May 14 a
gentleman arrive I in the city end registered j
at th* Kimball bou eas M Kuippf Oh- '
tai ling de-u room In an f fflce .u in* bund
iug, ne began onsr-tlons as (lie rprst*uta
**veti| &. W, ifui asr ut Haw Yum, lenhsg |
the bonds alluded to. Sunday’s New York
H'or/tf contained a two-column write up,
purporting t bn an expos© ..f the Horner
scheme. According to this account, tne
bonds are r, t actually worth more than S2O
to $25 in the markets. The methods adopted
oy Banker Horner are common in New
York, a id hundreds of these bonds are sold
on the tame plan. Tho way that they make
money is by purchasers giving up in dis
gust when they ba.e paid various install
ments and find that they have paid more
already than the bonds are worth in the
market.
Carnesville Tribune: There is a tradition
in this county that in its early history there
was a tribe of small people who inhabited
it when it was discove nd and who were
hero among the I .diaus. Tno tradition is
that they dwelt in the eastern portion of
the county, and were much below the size
of the average man. and almost all as small
ns ad art of the present day, and were
wild and shy of their English intruder*, who
they, like the Indians, thought came among
them as intruders. At. at; early dae in the
history of the county they became dis
satisfied and concluded to emigrate west,
which they did in a body. We have always
beard it said and never disputed that at the
time the road was cut out to lead from
here to Martin, a id about the time the
bads were at work where the on*-mile post
stands, the tribe of small pieople were seen
to cross the new road and move on in a
western direction, and not a trace of these
people has been seen since. Who these peo
plo were and where they wont has never
been known.
At Washington, Wednesday, thore was a
meeting of prominent citizens in the court
house for the purpose of agreeing on a bill
to be proposed in the July mealing of the
legislature for the restriction of the bquor
ttaffic. The bill agreed on was substan
tially that passed for Rockdale c mn y, but
with a few changes. Liquors, under the
bill, can be sold only for medical, mechani
cal, manufacturing nod sacraoio.ital pur
poses. It is to be sold by a person ap
pointed by tbo gru and jury, ad placed
under $1,()U0 bond Tne penalties for vio
lation are those of tho Rockdale bill. For
modicine it is to be sold by prescription of
physicians, for other purposes under a cer
tified order from tho ordinary, The Rock
dale county bill provides thatxbe authorized
seller shall be allowed to make 50 per coot,
on first cost, and shall keep ten gallons only
on hand. Tne Wilkes county bill allows a
profit of 25 per cent, o ,]y, and makes no
■ es’rictions ai to quantity kept on baud.
Petitions will be circulated oy the parties
f voring the bill, and it is likely that those
opposed will follow suit.
Joseph Damienbarg of Macon is in a
tight place. Owing to ill health, ho has
b en advised by his physician to go ,o
Europe for the benefit of the s-a voyage.
He bought tickets tor himself and members
of his family at a cost of $375, expecting t
sad on June 5, but at this juncture * dep
uty s lerilf s eps in a id subpoenas Mr. Dan
no berg as a witness for the state in the
Woolfolk trial, to be hold at Furry com
mencing June 3. In order to ace nnmodate
Mr. Dannanberg, the state is wiling to allow
tho evidei eo sworn to by Mr. Dannenberg
at. Woolfolk’-. first trial to bo admit ed at the
Ferry tria l , but Capt. Rutherford, Wool
folk’* leading attorney, will uot consent to
it. It was rumore l that Mr. Da meuberg,
rather than miss leaving on J me 5, would
sta and boh.g fined po.sibly S2OO for contempt
of court, a id the sta? > must have shared in.
the belief of tho rumor, for procesdings
were commenced against Mr. Dannenberg
Wednesday, before Judge Gustin, to pit
him under bond for Ins appearance at. the
Wi mlfolk trial Jane 3. He was represented
by De<au & Bartlett. Judge G .sli i re
quired Mr. Daunenberg to give bond in tho
sum of SSJO.
Monroe Advertiser: Through the efforts
of a little daughter to procure a coating of
hair for the bald head of her doll last week,
J. F. J bason of this county discovered
that we have n vegetable quite common in
this latitude, the inner coating of the bark
of which is comp sed (ft an excellent fibre,
which can be c nverted into ns good bag
sing as is obtainable from tho jute. Mr.
ohnson brought us a snail sample, no*
lying on our table, made with bis hands
from the fiber of this bark, which is
positive proof of its excellent adaptability
to the purposes of bagging. It contains a
fine, thread-like, str nig fiber, easily con
vertible into small or Urge threads that
can be woven without difficulty. This fiber
i* superior to that of i emp, and it is
recso able to suppose that it cau be made
into rope superior to that of the hemp rope.
We have submitted the sample before us
to a number of farmers; the verdict has
been, that it is amply strong for the pur
pose of bagging. Besides, we believe
this bsrk, properly manipulated, would
make good filling for horse c illars,
buggy cushions and other articles of
common use. This vegetable is tho c >m
mon okra, to be fou and growing in almost
every garden, and can be grown luxu
riantly in any good sod with comparatively
little labor. Hence, you perceive, that in
case of emergency wo can grow, on our own
soil, excellent material for bagging, which
subject has been much discussed uv t irmen
for the lael eight or ten months. Whether
or not the okra can be so manipulated as to
ba made an economical material for the
manufacture of bagging remains for the
future to develop.
FLORIDA.
Pensacola’s Jewish families picnic Sun
days al Magnolia bluff.
The hucklerorry crop in Putnam,promisos
to be very flue this yoar.
The rock road question at Gainesville
seems to have at least temporarily sub
sided.
At DeLand the extended dry weather is
causing the orange trees to lose their fruit
and foliage.
At Gai esville, Tuesday, three colored
men were sentenced to the penitentiary for
house-breaking.
Hixty-eoven insulators on telegraph polos
be. woen Pent o .laand Elomatou have corn
broken by boys.
Ocala’s fire comoa ly, Protection No. 2, is
expi-ctlng a very fine buse carriage, for
which it paid ii No s York $3lO.
B. M. Smith, who ha* been in Bt. Augus
tine the past three years, will probablyso n
return to Gainesville and go into busi .css.
Auu borof the citizens of Pensacola last
Tuesday, in a convention assembled, re
solved that tho cow must go from the
streets.
J e Post of Moss Bluff, one of Marion’s
old-timers in solidity ad leade ship, lost
his ban and c ntents last Saturday night.
The loss is SI,OOO, with no insurance.
At Palatka the yachts Red Cloud, Vik
ing, Mayflower and’ Marina are hid >g got
ten in shape,for the i egntta on the Fourth of
July. There will, no doubt, he groat rivalry
between the n.
The Pence de Loon Fire Company hold a
called me ding in the hoard of trade room
to consider the question of holding
a st t* tournament at Ht. Augustine t.n the
Fourth of July.
The latest aspirant for Ocaia post-office
honors is Fiank p. Godson, at present city
tax collector As Frank n We atuaker &
Brown’s agent in Marion county, it is said
W’s influence is backing him.
At Montioello, ou Monday morning, as
W J Fmitti drove into ,o an the mule at
tached to his buggy became Lightened and
ran away, throwing ton out of the buggy
and painfully brum g his face,
The <*l lo.nent of Will DuPuy. son of
Col. DuPuy, of Iloanlman, and Mist Eva
Fo tame of Micanonv, last Friday, sti .
tuelr mar nags lu O.a.a up. Ka'urdav, by
Rev G. H. Nash, created tal foi a day
The Orlando Young M n's Christian As
delation lias been wesent and witn a on, y of
Webster's unabridged dictionary b ti e
“Y ui.g Me..’ Lei.akiiig Society,” and a
►liver piatvd holder by t .e “11 Branch."
“Rutsia.'i John,” for many, rnanr years a
familiar figure cn tie wa vr front, st
Pensacola. a* found dead Tu*s lav Hu
death it attilbutsd to heart troubles Tne
deceased was a boat bunder by occupation
In Alachus count) pa >pie are la t becom
ing dwwouraged because it due* 00l taiu.
THE MORNING NEWS: FRIDAY. MAY 24, 18B9;
F-om one-third to one-half of the cucum
ber crop is already lost, end unless it reins
in a few days the crop will amount to almost
nothing.
On Tuesday, N. A. Neisius of Pensacola
received from Pine Ba ren an alligator that
measured 10 feet from tip to tip. Tho
saurian was sent down to fce mounted.
When he was cut open a good sized pointer
dog was found in his stomach.
Dr. C. C. Ferguson, for tbs past twelve
years a successful physician and orange
grower on Orange lake and Fort McCoy,
exchanged his property with Dr. N. S.
Brewar of Apopka, and has gone hither to
live, while Dr. Breear will goto Ocala.
Mr. Dunn, a prominent attorney from
Pasco county, is getting abstracts of all the
lands owned in South Florida by the A. &
G. C. C. and Okeechobee Land Company.
This company with the unpronounceable
name has borrowed $300,000 on their lands
for the purpose of carrying on their stu
pendous work.
Col. Adam Eiehelberger returned to
Ocala from New York Saturday evening,
whither he had gone to have specimen* of
his gypsum rock from his Pa asoffkee
deposit thoroughly analyzed. It proves
immensely rich in fertilizing propert es.
The colonel is way up in future prospective
financial returns.
Capt. J. F. P. Johnson has just returned
to Gsinsville from an extended trip into
South Florida on a cow hunt, having gono
and w.i as far as Lake Okeechobee, whore he
Ist his h rse, ud had to take It afoot for
*oventy-flve mile* on his return. He says
the country is very drv, but that the graz
ing fur cattle is hatter than was ever known
in that region.
Robbers are plying thair vocation at
Ocxla. A numb-r of promises have lately
been entered and deprived uf clothing, jew
elry and money. Tbey invaded last Fri
day night the sleeping apartments of Capt.
Wright, the affable teller of the Merchants’
National Bank, scooped in all the small
change, took the key to the bank and en
ter;:! it, but as all valuables were safely
locks t in the burglar-proof vault tbs rob
bers’ visit was profitless.
Last Wednesday circuit court bailiff,
Hiram Beasley, while in the neighborhood
of Lake Wekiva, noticed large numbers of
hone* bees working on the gallberry bushes.
By closely observing their movements t.e
saw a good lino established, mid by follow
ing it lie discovered the tree in w ,ioh the
hivo was lwcatad. It proved to baa large
cypress, 5 font in diameter. T. is, with the
assistance of a friend, Mr. Beasley cut
down, and found a cavity 5 feet lo g and 2
feet through, well fil and with so led comb.
The tree had evidently beenoccupiea by the
t>es for a number of years, as tne amount
of boney taken from it more than filled a
bushel measure.
When St. Augustine’s new charter was
handed to the Renata committee in Talla
hassee a lew days ago, by mutual consent
of the joint -ession of t le citizens and char
ter committee, th* bonding clau e had bean
struck out. The Renata committee imme
diately inierted tho following clause: “The
amount of binds to issue! by said city
council, together with aly outstanding
bonds, shall not, at a ly ti tie, exceid 15 per
cent oi the ane.sed value of t ie real estate
of said city, and boar a rate of interest not
ex-eediiig 5 per cent.” Wntm the
citizens of St. Augustine heard that
such a clause had been inserted,
they were in a nigh state ot indignation,
and immediately distributed a scare cir
cular as follows: “Citizens, arouse! The
#2O(),(iOJ bmd cliuse back in t e cnar.er
and other amendments nave been inserted.
As e nble in ma*s mee iug at the court
house Awake and save your
homo-.!” Asa cons que oi, the e was a
packed hall, and citizens freely expresse 1
themselves as first, last and always oppose 1
to ani such suicidal clause. It was then
learned that there was no help for it, as tho
bill ha l already oassed the S-uate, and in
all livelihood ad passed tho house. Mr.
Gwnovur, who had gone up to Tallah tissue,
said that the clause was a wise o e, cecanse
when t e amount of bon is was loft blank
the city council would have unlimited
power in making it as much as it chose to.
This had the desired effect, and many op
posers of the clause went heartily in for it.
On last Friday nud Saturday Area were
found at several different times along
the railroad line, culminating ou
Friday in the destruction of a
large quantity of fencing and the
home of Mrs. Strickland, south of Eustis,
and that evening of the livery stable ou
Bsy street. How ihe latter caught fire is a
mystery, and while some save reLssneis,
others asrt that the inoendiaries had a
hand in it; still others thi.ik it emanated
f oic sparks that came from some stumps in
the cl se vicinity bu. nod out that day, and
that lay dormant for some time. The
building belonged to A. S. Pendrv and
cost originally about $1,500. Mr. Starbird,
ihe lessee, list several huudred dolars in a
veterinary surgeon’s kit a id medicine*,etc.,
and the colored help his clothing and S4O.
On Saturday fire agnin appeared farther
south, and ab mt noon a strong breeze arose,
and lew up the smoul iertng ashes into a
biaze in a do*sn places at once, so that no
available force could handle it, burning
Mr. Sages’ house an 1 everything in it, so
that, it left him without n coat. The fire
pressed bv leaps and bounds eastward, and
some pieces, carried by the half gale blow
ing, struck the house of James B. Davis of
I oivnto, Canada, and in ten minutes from
to# time the fire *,ruck tha house it was i
heap of ashes. The blare in the meantime
passed near Mr. Mathews’ house, but there
being cb>an ground, and the house not
being in direct line of the wind, escaped
with a scorching only; but the farms of
Davis and Msthews, and of Mr. H 'ward,
on tho east of Mat ow and south of Davis,
were swept uwav, and many pine trees
irretrievably ruined. Tho fire was aot ar
r >st and till it struck the clean culture land
of Mrs. Purdy. Mr. Davis’house cast over
$2,000, and there was about SSOO of other
stuff destroyed. Mr. Baje los„ everything.
The fire was so intense that t Davis’ the
cooking stove wa melted down into a mass.
The total loss of tue two days will not be
lesi than SIO,OOO.
MEMORY.
MARVELOUS
DISCOVERY.
Onlv Genuine - el 1.111,111 I'ranlng.
tour Honks Learned 111 one Benelux.
Mind Wandering lured.
Every child and niluli greatly hrnrflted.
Great Inducament to Correspondence Hastes.
Prospectus, with opinions of Lir Wm A.
Hammond, the world-famed Specialist in Mind
Diseases, Daniel Greenleaf Thompson, the great
Psychologst, J M Buckley, i). 1) , editor of the
f Vuft in Adi nrafr, .V. lr\. Richard Proctor,
tie Scientist. Hone. VC VV. Aster, Judge Gibson,
.Pula". P. Bnlaoiia, and others, sent post free.
I’rof \ UIIWK fTB, 'J3T Fifth \ve,, \. V.
I'lil.MKK AMI HOOKHINUIIt.
1834 FIFTV-FIVt VEAR.S 1889.
At llie Uiiniucse, uud uia
with Uir Music tali the Time.
GEO. N. NICHOLS,
PRINTING, BINDING
—AKD—
BLANK HOOKS.
f.vcrvliilng cosaaplclr for the
Hot W 'irk. No sleuchy werk>
■ness. No poor work.
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HUTIIA.
IME MORRIoON HOUSE
l 'fVTRAI.LT leeaied oa lias er <trset oara,
' piaeaass seala raems with asaelteut
board. lewaal rasa* With saw i aik- aaw.rate
and .eauieHna perfaet. ia .senary . assume
af Ua ware asf Ik heat Oaruei Hreugtvoa
*4 Hi ay tea aroa krinsS, Ua.
THE GEXUIXE
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FOR
Dyspepsia, Indigestion* Nurs
ing Mothers, the Weak
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mense importation semi-montb
v, anl about a million of
bottles imported by you have
passed mv inspection in the
Custom flous* satisfactorily
for th ■ p* st five years.
Yours respectfully,
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The'Genuine''is Beware of imitations. The
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of bottles only, tore of “Johann Hoff” and
“Moritz Eisner'* on the
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Suwanee County, Florida.
'T'HE NEW SUMMER KEBORT, situated In
1 tha high and dry section of the state,
one mile from Suwanee Station on th* Savan
nah, Florida and Western railway, with horse
car to meet every tram; no long drives in I acks
of ten or twelve miles; easy of access to all
parts of the state. It offers many induce
ments as a
SUMMERRESO RT
not equaled by springs in the north. Free from
ma.aria and fogs; perfect system of water
work* and drainage; not aude >id water, direct
from the Spring*, in every room, hath r orn to
every cottage; steam launch and tow boats on
the river; billiard room*, bowling alley; cro
quet, lawn tennis, dancl g aud roller skating
pavillions for pleasure of guests.
.A.3 A. REMEDI AL AGEN L’
it is well known for its wonderful cures of Ktaeu
matism, Dyspepsia. Dis us-s of th * Liver, Kid
neys, Blood aud Sain. Resident Physician in
attendance.
Rates: $12:50 per week; special inducements
offered to families.
Excursion Tic<ts on sale from all point* on
8.. F. and \Y. railway, Brunswick and Western
railroad, Florida Central and Peninsula. Jack
sonville, Tampa and K y West and Florida
Southern systems. For further particulars, or
pamphlets containing testimonials, address
L. W\ SCO VILER, Ge leral Manager.
Suwanee Sulphur Springs Cos., Suwanee. Fla.
WARM SPRINGS,
GEORGIA.
N'ORTH HIDE PINE M >UNTAIN, 1,250 feet
elevation, fr e from mo quitoes, ilmt or
mud at all times; directly on ueorria Midland
radroad. only eleven i.ours from Savannah; two
daily mails; telegra >h and express offices. The
spri g flows 1.4>) gallons water per minute (tem
perature °) upplying sir iar.;e swimming pools
ami afTodmg t.ie fin st bathing in the country.
A sure cure for dyst>epsia, rheumatism, cuta
neous and kidney diseases. Fine music, good
live y, and bar with li st liquors and cigars.
Boa and $3O to $4O per month, including baths.
Apply for diseriptivecirculars at Central rail
road cit/ ticket office, or to CHAS. L. DAVIS,
Proprietor.
Montvaia Springs
Illount CJounty, Tennessee.
HPI-lIS noted healt h resort will be open May
I the 15tu* Tiie most celebrated Dyspep
tic water known. Elegant hotel and grounds.
Excellent table. Telephone connect! n with
Kuoxvili©. Address the proprietor for rates.
J. C._ENGEL, Proprietor.
“ THE ELMWOOD, ”
Marietti*, Georgia.
THIS now anil handsomely furnished Hotel—
elsctric bells, gas, waatr and first-class in
all of its apartments—has been leased by M. O.
M bit lock, former owner and proprietor of the
late Whitlock House. His tabl • and service
will satisfy the most fastidious. The beds are
first-class and delightful. Address M. O. WHIT
LOCK, Proprietor.
HOTEL BRISTOL,
FIFTn AVENUE AND 42 ST., NEW YORK.
In LEO AN T suites of from three to six rooms
J . ao!i, with bath. Location and cuisine the
very best. Special rates to Southern families.
S. E. BATES, Manager.
CAT3KII.L MOUNTAINS,
TREMPER HOUSE,
Open June to October. The manager may be
seen at sth Ave Hotel, N. Y., Mondays and Fri
days, oraddra-s
J. H. TRF.MPER, Jr., Plitenlcia, N. Y.
LOUIS F. QOODSF.LL, Manager,
Formerly of Cozsen's, West Point, and Pulaski
House, Savannah.
battery park hotel,
ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA,
Open throughou the year. Elevation 5,C00
feet; average summer temperature. 74°: mag
nificent mountain scenery. Hydraulic ‘levator;
electric lights and bl; miule hall, tennis
court, ladies'billiard parlor and bowling alley.
Deauiiful drives and flnt-cla3 livary. So
mosuuitoeB. For descriptive printed matter
apply to
JOWN B. S-EL'B. TJnniiger.
ISL AN" b II OIJ 8 E.
SMV HAKDOK. Mount Desert Island, Main*.
• This house is finely located In full view of
tbOc-ana and M mntalus; will bo opene<l for
boarders June 15th. Terms moderate. Send for
circulars. 11 11. CLAKK. Prop. Capaoity 3130.
STOVES.
j;w: NORTON,™
LATE OF THE FIRM OF
JOHN A, DOUGLASS k CO,
IS NOW READY FOR BUSINESS AT
No. 148 Bryan St.,
Second door West of Whittaker street, with a
full Stock of
Crockery, Lamps
AND
GLASSWARE.
SOLE AGENT FOR—
Iron King, Southern Girl and
Fanners Friend
COOKING STOVES.
SUMMKK DKINKS.
/'IIAMPAHNF Hinlaelser, Faust an.l Na
* J tonal Latent Beers on ice. the lies! In the
market.
J. H. JT. HAItIIOUU,
Comer Bar mud and Now Uuuslou ttUseta.
SHIPPING.
OCEAN WM
FOB
New York, Moo and Philadelphia.
PASSAGE ~TO SEW YORK.
CABIN 20 (w
f XCIJRSION 22 00
6TEERAUE rs si
PASSAGE TO BOSTON.
Lx^Rsib\v.v.v.v."V”7.r.v:.v:.r.::-.*S^
5TEERAGE............ ]0 00
PASSAGE TO PHILADELPHIA
(Via Nkw York.)
EXCURSION Z.
steera e . " gj
The magnificent steamships of these lines
are appointed to sad as follows—standard
time-
TO NEW YORK.
CITY OF SAVANNAH, Capt. F. Smith, FRI
DAY, May 24, at 2 p. M.
CITY OF AUGUSTA. Capt. J. W. Catharinb,
SUNDAY, May 26, at 8 p. M.
NACOOCHEE, Capt. F. Kemptom, TUESDAY,
May 28, at 5 p. M.
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM, Capt. C. S. Bero,
FRIDAY, May 31, at 7 a. it.
CHA T TAHOOOHEE, Capt H. C. Daooett.
SUNDAY, June 2, at 8 A. M.
TO BOSTON.
GATF. CITY, Capt. D. Hedge, THURSDAY
May 30, at 6:30 p. m.
CITY OF MACON, Cant. H. C. Lewis, THURS
DAY, June 6, at 11:30 a a.
TO PHILADELPHIA.
[for freight oxly.J
JUNIATA. Capt. E. Christy, SATURDAY, May
25, at 3 p. M.
DESSOUO, Capt. S. L. Askins, SATURDAY,
June 1, at 7 a. m.
Tnrough bills of lading siren to Eastern and
Northwestern point* and to porta or the Uniter
Kingdom and the Cowtiaent.
For freight or pass age apply to
C. G. ANDERSON, A Kent.
City Exchange Building.
Merchants’ and Miners’ Transportation Com’y.
For* I3altimore.
CABIN sl2 50
INTERMEDIATE 10 01
CABIN TO WASHINGTON 14 45
CABIN TO PHILADELPHIA 16 05
INTERMEDIATE TO PHILADELPHIA.. 12 75
THF. STEAMSHIPS of this Company are ap
pointed to sail from Savannah for Balti
more as follows—city time:
WM. I. W EN'CE. Capt. M. W. Snow, MON-
D (Y . May 27. at 3:30 p. M.
W't CRANE, Capt. G. W. Billups, SATUR
DAY, June 1, at 8 A. m.
WM. LAWRENCE, Capt. M. W. Snow, THURS
DAY, June 6, at 12 u.
WM. CRANE. Capt. G. W. Billups, TUESDAY,
Juno 11, at 5 p. M.
And from Bait.more on the above named days
r • 3 p v
Through bills lading given to all points West,
all the manufacturing town* in New England,
aud to ports of the United Kingdom and the
Continent.
W. E. GUERAkD, Age t,
30214 Bay street.
SEA. ISLAND ROUTE.
STEAMERS ST. NICHOLAS
AND DAVID CLARK.
COMMENCING MONDAY, Feb. 11, one steam
er will e*ve Savannah from wharf foot of
Lincoln street for DOBOY, DARIEN. BRUNS-
Wl( K aud FEUNANDINA every MONDAY
and THURSDAY at ti p. u , connecting at Sa
vannah with New York, Philadelphia, Boston
and Baltimore steamers, at Brunswick with
steamer for SatlUa river, and at Fcrnandlna by
rail with all points in Florida.
Freight received till 3:30 p. u. on days of sail
ing.
Tickets to be bad at Gazan's Cigar Store, in
Pulaski House, and on board the boat.
C. WILLIAMS, Agent.
Savannah, Amerious and Montgomery
STEAMBOAT COMPANY.
CTFAMER MAGGIE BELL leaves W. T. Gib-
O son s wharf .MONDAYS and THURSDAYS
at 6 p. . for
DOBOY, DARIEN AND
BRUNSWICK.
Clc.e connection at DARIEN for all landing*
en Altamaha and Ocmuigee rivers, aud ail sta
tions on S,, A and M, K, H.
Freight received up to 5 p m sailing dates.
W. T. GIBSON. Agent.
SPORTING GOODS.
TRAP GDNS
OF ALL KINDS
MADE TO ORDER.
ALSO A FINE LOT IS STOCK.
CALL AND EXAMINE
Artificial Targets ami Traps
FOR SALE AT FACTORY PRICES
Gun Cli ck Fi'nmsHtt at Short Notice.
Fishing Tackle Ammunition and
Spoiling Goods of All Kinds
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
LOADING SHELLS FUR TRAP USE.
G.S.McALPIN
31 Wbltaker sireot,
RAILROADS.
JiCKSONViLLE, TAMPA AS# ITwiTSYSTES '
the tropical trunk line.
SCHEDULES IN EFFECT MAY 12. 1889. Central Standard Time used.
GOING SOUTH. GOING NO’mi.
... [ 1:30 ami 12:30 pm|Lv Savannah Ar l2:14 pm: 7:43 pnV
h:3O am 11:00 am, 4:00 pin Lv Jacksonville Ar 9:*)am|l2:so £; 5 M
,0: 0u am l:U>pm 3:30 pm Ar Si. ugustiue Lv 7:55 am 043 m 4.?S
-■■■ : 6 15 pm Ar Daytona Lvj • 6:00 im
I 52 P®l ?? pm J3? a,n Lv Jacksonville .Arl 6:30 amT2:45 iniVls Tml
t -2 pm, 2.43 pm 10 25 am Ar Palatka Lv 4:26 am, 10:40 Im, 4 p „ '
6.49 pm 3'42 pm 11:40 am Ar .Seville Lv, 3:09 anP 9:36 Ym, 4“nm
b 05 pm 4 45 pm 12:.*>5 pm Ar DeLand. t, v e. 0, ini
t SOpm 500 pm 1.20 pm Ar Sanfor 1 ..'.".’.Lv 1:15 anil 8:00 im I'ss’pm
3-Jl P m Ar Winter Park Lvlll :56 pm
•••• “'O* Pm ...|Ar Orlando Lvlil:4opm f.
S°Bd Trains between Jacksonville, St. August! le, Sanford, Titusville and Tampa
at Titusville itb Indian Riser -teamers for Rockledge, Melbourne, Jupiter aud Lake Worth anil
at Port Tampa with Plant Steamship Line for Key West and Havana. ’ a
etc address Buffet slee L |[1 8 Gars .New York to Tampa without change. For maps (schedules,
U_F,JaCK, Gen, Manager, and p, ACKERLY, Gen. Piss. Agent.
Savannah, Florida and Western Rail way,
WAYCROBS SHORT LINE-TIME CARD IN EFFECT MAY 12. 1839,
All Trains on this Road are Run uy Centru. Standard Time.
LUihDUI.E of thr ugh trains to Florida and Southern Georgia, connecting with trains for all
O points :n the We t and Northwest: or a "
r „ | N ;° ' r - So No. 5. I N-i. 14 I No: 78. I _ NoTT'
From Savannah | Daily Daily. Daily To Bavannah. j Daily. | Daily. | Daily
L. Savannah 7:0': am 12:00 pm 8:00 pmjL. Port Tampa 6:50 pm I ! T "
A. Jesup 8:38 am 2:42 pm 10-45 pmjL. Sanford 1:15 am B:Warn
A. Mayoress ........ 9:45 aui 4:00 pm 1-10 am;L. Jacksonville 7:00 am 1:13pm! 7'Ofitim
A. Brunswick,via E.T j 6:20 pm 600 am L. Chattahoochee 7:03am 1 P
A.Brunsw’k.viaß&W 1215 pm L. Bainbridge 7 30ntn!
A. Albany, vIaB.AW. 2:00 pm 1:45 am L. Monticel o > 10:75am 4-4%'nm
A Albany... 12:00 n’n L. Thomasvillf 12:46 pm 050 nm
A. Jacksonville 12:00 n’n 7:00 pm 6:20 am L. Gainesville 4u nS
A. Port Tampa 10:45 pm IL. Slbany.viaß&W. 4:45 am .. . p
A. GainesvHle 10:05 am L. Waycross 9:lsam 4:ipml2:2oSS
A. Thoiriasyilie I:3lpm 7:00 am L. Atlanta, via E. T 7:olam 6-00 rn
A.Monticello 8:25 pm 10:15 am L. Jesup 10:88am 5:41 pm 3 : 3oam
-45 pm ...,L L. Macon, via E. T j 10:G am 6:0) pm
A Lbattahoochee.... 4:olpm L. Brunsw’k.viaE.T B:3oam ILOOnm
A. Macon, via IT.. 4:20 pm 7:i‘iarriL. Brunswk.v B&'VI 6:50 am l
A. A'lanta, via E. T.. 7:35 pm 1:55 am L ilontgomery 7:30 pm 8 00am
A. Montgomery 7:35 amj 6:45 pm A. Savannah |12:14 pmj 7:4lpm 6:00 am
Jesup Expkesa No. 1. I t Jsaup Express. I No. 2. ’
L. Savannah 3:40 pm IL. Jesup !s:Soara
A Jesup 6:10 pm 1 |A. savannah I B:3', am
SLEEPING CAR SERVICE AND CONNECTIONS! "
rn Tra 'l la has Pullman sleeping cars between New York. Jacksonville) and Port Tamna
Trains ,8 has Pullman sleepers b tween New York and Jacksonville. Trains 5 auc 27 connect at
Jesup for Macon. Atlanta and the West Tram 15 connects at Waycross for Alba y. Montzomerv
New Orleans. Nashville, Evansville, Cinciunni and -t. Louis. through Pullman sleeper Wav-’
cross to St Louis. Train No. 5 at Monticello for Tallahassee, arriving at 1:12 p. m. Train
leaving Tallahassee 8:57 a. m. connects at Uonticello with train No. 78. Trains 5 aid 6 carry Pull.
man sleeper between Savannah and Jaok-onville.
Tickets sold to all points and baggage checked through; also sleeping car berUs aud sections
secured at passenger stations and Bren’s Ticket Office, .2 Bull street.
K- G - FLEMING. Superintendent. WM. P. HARDEE. General Passerger Agent.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF GEORGIA. '
ONLY LINE RUNNING SOLID TRAINS SAVANNAH TO MACON AND ATLANTA.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MARCH 31ST, 1889 (STANDARD TIME, 90TH MERIDIAN)
fro MACON, AUGUSTA AND ATLANTA MArMobilei I'ss^
Lv Savannah 6:40 am 8:10 pm Ar New Orleans Vrnmm
ArAujmste 11:43am 6 a 3T>am ORLEANS VIA UNION SPRINGS.
Ar Atlanta... 5:4 jpm 7:ooaru Lv Savannah 8:10 pm
Ar Coiumou* 7*osa m Ar Columbus 7: .•*> ain
Ar Birmingham * 3:80 p m Ar Montgomery 11: Sa m
___ Ar Mobile ........ 1 > i m
TO HOME AND CHATTA. VIA ATLANTA, I Ar New Orleans 7:OJa m
nnah : 6:4Cam l rnew-orleawvukufaula.
Chattanooga !! 11!: ”: F! 11 % S
TO KO 1 h AND CHATTA. VIA ' ARROLLTON. Ar Montgomery 7:10 ain
Lv Savannah.... 6:4oam 8-10 pm (Ar Mobile I:sspm
ArGriffln 3:>3pm E:2sam !Ar New Orleans 7:2opm
Arßome DOOpS: THROUGH TRAINS TO SAVANNAH.
Ar Chattanooga ... S-gSpm Lv Augusta 12:91 pm 9:10 pm
t. OBLBASS vu atlant.c v i:: i iilo a S n : ®s2
ilw^l? nnah 6:40a ra Ar Savannah s:4opm 6:30a rn
Ar Montgomery : a m i Sleeper can? on night trains.
Dinner train lv Sav h 2:00 p.m. Returning, lv Guyton 3:25 p. m : ar. Sav’h 4-25 p ra
. . accommodation leaves Savannah 5:4 p. m.; arrives Milieu 8: XI p. m.' Returning
leaves Millen 5:00 a. m.; arrives Savannah 8:00 a. m. v “
Train leaving Savannah at 8:10 p. m. will stop regularly at Guyton to put off passengers
Passeng r - fur Sylvanla, Wrl thisville, Mllledgeriiie and Eatonton should take iTo am. train.
tnu^*u Ga^ines, Talbotton, Buena Vista. Blakely Clayton takeß:io p. m. traim
JOHN b. B-tRjjLEY. T.A U un it. CLYDE BOSTtCiv 1’ P. \ E. T CHARLTON, G. P. A.
SHIPPING.
Compagnie Generate Transatlantique
French Line to Havre.
BETWEEN New York and Havre, from pier
No. 42, N R, 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 Paris
on arrival of steamers. Baggage checked at
Now York through to Paris.
L* CHAMPAGNE, Bovbr, SATURDAY', May
25, 2 p. m
Ls BOURGOGNE, FItANGKUL, SATURDAY,
June 1. 0:30 A. m.
La GASCOGNE, Santelli, SATURDAY, June
8, noon.
PRICE OF PASSAGE (including wine):
TO HAVRE-idr-t Cabin, 8120 and $100;
Second Cabin, S6O; Steerage from New York to
Havre, S2B; Steerage from New York to Paris,
$29; including wine, bedding an I utensils.
A. FORGET, General Agent, S Bowling Green,
foot of Broadwav, New York.
Or R W. HUNT, Eeq., 20 Bull street. Messrs.
WILDER & CO., 126 Bay street, Savannah
Agents.
.um & SLeamsftip Liine.
HMI-WECILT.
l'nmpa, Key Weist and Havana.
SOUTH MOUND
Lv Port Tampa Mondays and Thursdays 10:33
p M.
Ar Key West Tuesdays and Fridays 4 p x
Ar Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays 8 a. <t.
NORTHBOUND.
Lv Havana Wednesdays and Saturdays 1 p t.
Lv Key West Wednesdays and Baturdays9 p. it.
Ar Port Tampa Thursdays aad Sundays 3: W
p a
Connecting at Port Tampa with West India
Fast Train to and from Northern and ivastera
cities For stataroom accommodations, apply
to City Ticket omoe, S ,f t W. R'y, Jackson
villa, or Agent Plant Steamship Lins, Tampa.
C. D. OWENS, Traffic Manager.
F. S ftAINBW. General Masagar
For Augusta and Way Landings.
STEAMER KATIE,
Capt. J. 8. BEVILL,
TVnLL leave EVERY TUESDAY at 8 o’clock
Tv p u. (city time) for Augusta und way
landings.
Ail freights payable by shippers.
JOHN LAWTON,
Manager.
SUBURBAN RAILWAYS.
CITY AND SUBURBAN RAILWAY.
Savannah, Ga., April 29, 1883.
ON and after TUESDAY, April 30th. the fol
lowing schedule will be run ou the outside
line
HAVE ; AHHIVE LSAVE j I.CAVB
CITY | CITY ISLE OV lIOPK MONTOOMERY
10:23am hSOatu B:lsam 7:50a m
•3-36 pml 2:00 p m 1:35 pm 1:05 pm
TT 15pm 6:3opm 6:ospm** s:4opm**
tv. ry Monday there will boa tiam fur Mont
gomery, leaving city 6:50 a in.
••On Saturdays and Sun lays last train leases
Montgomery ami lain of Ho|ia 6:10 and ti;Ji p in
•This 3 .35 m. train is the last one out of
city Sunday afternoon
ton Saturday* this train leaves city at 7:43
p m J. II JOHNSTuN, President
Coast Line Railroad.
STEAM cars.
cathedral cemktkry, honaventure
AND THUNDERBOLT.
CITY TIM*.
THJ following sub ii ban schedule will be ob
a served on and after MONDAY, April 3Jth,
week days (see apecml schedule fur Sunday i:
Leave Savannah. 7 .10, 10.33 a. a, 3:1X1 4:00,
6:00. *6:46 p a
ie-avv fhuhderhult, 6:30, n 00 a M., IS.JO. 3 30.
4:30. 6:30 P H
le ave bonatenture. 6 00. 801 a. m , IS 36.
3:V. 66. :* r m.
•Saturday night laat car leave* city 7:16, in
it.-a lof f 4’
'lake Broughton street cars 36 minutes he for#
departure of Suburban traioi.
A. (J. DRAKE. Bupt
rr I | I’ M'IHMNG Nt.Vko camera r-acb
| I I It every part of the city eaiiy Twenty-
X XI Li Ore acute a week pay* fur the Daily.
RAILROADS.
Florida Railway and Navigitioa Company.
IN EFFECT JANUARY 20, 1889.
(Central StaujarJ time used.)
pmeans am., p means p. m.
Going South. doing North.
No. 3. No. 7. No. 8. No. 4.
6:00p 10:0(1* Lv Feruandlaa Ar 8:05p S:4sa
B:tk)p l:40p “ Jacus >nvlUa “ 4:00p 615a
7:30p 12:20a “ Cmlahan “ 1:53p 7 roa
9:10p 2:35p “ Baldwin “ 12:52p s:3ia
10:23p 3:35p “ Etarko “ 11:43a S:2ua
ILOOp 4:08p “ Waldo Lv 11:02a 2:51a
3!:45p 4:'!9p “ Hawthorne “ 10:‘23a 1:30a
2:06a C:o7p “ Ucala “ 9:07a ILUOp
4:05a 7:21p “ Wildwood “ 8;00a 9:00p
5:00a 7:50p “ Leeiburg “ 7:35a 7:50p
5:45a 8:20p “ Tavares “ 7:l0a 7:OOp
7:30a 9:30p Ar Orlando Lv 6:00a 4:30p
Nos. 3 and 4 daily except Sunday; 7 and 8
daily.
CEDAR KEY DIVISION.
4:10 p m Leave Waldo Arrive 10:35 a m
4:53 ’’ ** Gainesville “ 9:10 ”
512 “ “ Arredondo Leave 8:59 “
5 12 - •• Archer “ 8:25 “
6:12 “ ’• Bronson “ 7:18 “
8:39 Arrive Cedar Key “ 6:30 “
TAMPA DIVISION.
5:05 am Leave (Vildwood At-rive 4:45 pm
7:15 “ *’• St. Catherine Leave 2:15 “
8:05 “ “ lACoochee “ 1:20 “
8:45 “ “ Dads City “ 12:20 “
10:20 “ Arrive Plant City “ 11:00am
WESTERN DIVISION.
7:30a m Leave Ja keonvilie Arrive 3:2opm
8:13 “ “ Baldwin “ 2:35 “
9:51 “ “ Li.lu> City Leave 1:08 “
10:4$ “ “ Live Oak “ 12:23 “
11:42 “ “ Madison “ 11:15 “
12:52 pm “ Drifton “ 10:10“
1:10 “ Arrive Monticeile Arrive 10:30 “
32:30 '* Leave Monticello Leave 9:50 “
2:12 “ Leave Tallahassee Arrive 8:57 “
“ “ Quincy Leave 6:00 “
405 * Arrive River Junction “ 7:05af1l
F. & J. BRANCH.
3:00p 7:05a Lv Fernandina Ar 6:10n 11:40a
4:15p 8:40a Ar Jacksonville Lv 4:45p 10:00a
For local time cards, folders, maps, rates and
any ether information, eallat City Ticket utllca,
60 West Bay street, corner Hogan.
a. o. MscDONELL, g. r. a
D E MAXWELL, Gen. hupt.
N. o PENNINGTON, Traffic Manager. _
Charlestoa and Savannah Railway.
Schedule in Effect May 12th, 1889.
fpRAINS leave and arrive at Savannah by
1 Standard Time, which is 30 minutes slower
than city time.
NORTHWARD.
No 60.* No. 14.* No. 78.* No. 38. t
LvSav.. 6:45 am 12:39 p m 8:10 p m S:is pn*
Ar Beu’f'ttlO:!? a m *
Ar AH’dVelo:2s a m ....
Ar Aug... 12:40pm
ArChar.. 32.10 pm 5:2U p m 1:25 a m 9:40 pm
SOUTHWARD.
No 15.* No. 35 * No. 27.*
LvChar.. 7:2oam S;lopin4;ooam •
Lv Aug 12:45 pm
Lv AU'dTets:3o a m 1:66 pm
Lv Beu’f't 7:22 am 2:00 pm
Ar Sav . 10:40 am 7:uoprn 0:41 am
•Dally, tDaily except Sunday. {Sunday!
only
Train No. 14 stops at ail stations between
Savannah and Yernusseo.
Train No. 78 slops only at Monteltb, Hard#-
ville. Itldgeland, Green Pond.
Trains Nos. 38 and 66 stop at all stations.
For tick'-ts, Pullman car reservations an 1
other information, apply to W.il. BEEN, Tlckel
Agent. Bull tr< t. aiut at deiait.
E P. MrHWINEY, Gen I ass. AgecU
C. B. GADSDEN, Superintendent
FISB AND OTWMt
ESTAEUfIHED 1858.
M. M. SULLIVAN,
WboleMie Fik aad Ojri.er Dealer,
180 Bryan s4 aad LM Kay lane. Havsnash. G*.
Fish enters far I edar Keys received hsre h***
n*r>*wi • im ,t or
'I'O COUNTY OFFII’K RE B'kiks and Blanks
I required by county officers foi it I **
the couris. or lor offitw one. supplied to order /
tie MORNING NtW PfUNTiNU UOWE*
Wlntokar sLtuvi, oavaunakii.

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