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AUYKKTISIKO KATKS ; awes. " 1 4 MO- J VEA TTiich " $ l oo J l oo $J5o 500 1 inch. oo 400 .70010 00 3 inthsa ' 5o 5 00 8 50 la 00 J.. column 3 50 7 00 mix .. 15 00 i-9 column 7 ou o 00 15 00 1500 1 column " 00 15 00 I so 00 jo 00 THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1885. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. ft ' f ! I CHURCHES. METftOnisT EHSCOPAr, CHURCH SOUTH. Rev. Lewis Powell,- Pastor. a Preaching every Suni-ty "at; ir . ra. ft 7 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday night Sunday School Sunday g a. or n J, W. CHERrJY, Snp't. ,? ' SAVANNAH STATION. Rev. J. W. Willi pastor in crmrce. Sunday School, J. M. Mack Snp't.' 9 a.m. Preaching ji a. oi; and 7P. m every Sunday. Prayermeeting every Wednesday night ..'..",', .... j i-V- -.- V;---: LODGES. '' tn.., ..j f., .,1 1 1 1- -- - 1 ,. I,;, .1,. , ,.', ', ,,, . Savannah Lodge No. 109 FA A M meet Friday night on or before each full moon. . i, ji H. R. HtNKT.K, XV. M. .'. ' : W. T. POWERS, Sec. In the case 0 the State vs. Jeff Teefertaller, for larceny, which was disponed of Tuesday, the jury re turned a ver'iet of uot guilty. It takes ; less sense; to! criticise than for anything else. .There are a great many critics in the lunUic asylum. Sam Jones. ''' Hardin f orlge K. 0fH.N0. i;4rau6rstand third Tuesday nijhi in each month. . , ;. j ... W. H. CARRINGTON, Pictator. I,',; ' .' JAMES WILLIAMS, Reporter. c ' I . Ancient Order United Workmen Home Lodge No. 39 meets second ft fourth Thursday night in each month. R. E,. BENNF.TT.M. W. :- J T. MADOOX, Recorder. JAMES WILLIAMS, Financier. COURTS.. Circuit Com., third Monday in Jan. May and sept. ' T.P.BATEMAN, Judi-e. , C. W. HARDERT, Clerk. Chancerry Cour., third Mond.-y in Apr. and Oct, , ... G. H. NIXON, Chancellor. ,,'' ' J.D.Mi;rOUGAL,e:& M. Chairman County Conrt, Alfred Pitts: CleikConn, ty Court,.! C Mitchell; Clerk Circuit Court, C. W Hatt bertjSheriTW. P. Rtotyj Trustee, T. K. Hnrst; Rrg ster, Jno. T. Maddox; Ranger, R. East. J. T. Whit, surveyor for the East aide of the Riv er and entry taker for the county. " . ; J. L. Yltncjr, for the west side. ' It was Mrs. Isabella MeDaniel who lives four miles east of town, and not Mrs. Tbomps MeDaniel, of Savannah, who was married last week. ' , Hon. Thos. II. Paine, State Super intendent of Public Instruction, ar rived by steamer Johnson Monday, and proceeded toAdamsville Tues-' day afternoon. ' We are, indeed, very grateful to Mr. Watson for his kindly notice of us in his article on Education. , We hope all friends of education will con tribute whenever they can do so. : Ilev. Lewis Powell delivered an able sermon at the M. E. Church South Sunday. . JIU subject was on the shortness of life and the impor tance of immediate action. D W. Herring, of Purdy, and Hon. Jno. M. Taylor, Congresnu n from this district, are in Washing ton. Herring is iari applicant for the consulate at Vera Cruz. -' SAD BUT TBUE. , i The loys will now not wander To the rivelside any moril j For its two pretty young ladies ! Have left our Savannah shore. They took their sad departure On the Johnson Tnesday eve, And have returned again to Nashville, School to attend I helieve. No more horse-back riding, Or chasin3 of the bee s No more bright, shining faces . On the front porch will we see. ! To express onr ad regrets. '1 ' With words wa cannot tell, ' ' ,'; ' But you bet we will always Remember J.'and L. , ,, .... We congratulate the Snvarinali Courier for the nice manner in which it presr-nted itself last week and pre dict a large circulation in. the near futuie. If 1 he IlartuviUe Sentinel THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL FAIR OF THE Will be Held at Their Grounds Near Savannah, BEaiHHIHa OCTOBER 13,1885, AHD COHTINUIHa FOUR BAYS. .'.FOR PR2MIUM LIST AHD FULL PARTICULARS, ' Address X F. DeFORD, Secretary. has lost the. social society of Mr. it , Coffee, t and 8 lb. . Mrs. Herner tneir irienas oi avu nan, extend. them .a warm welcome, and wUh them success, '-. : The anove was receivea irora a i life long friend of one of 'us.,' ,.Mauy, many thanks. ,,,.,.,,...: ,ff Cavencl8r Is still on the corner sellinf? groceriea cheap, and the beat that is, and don't yon forget it. ' THE MAILS. Purjy to Savannah evsry day except Sunday Arrives ii a.m., leaves t F.M. ' Savannah to Way leshoro Leaves Mondays and Eridays at 7 A.M. arrives Tuesdays and Saturdays at 6r.n. i: , ;! " " Savannah to Waterloo IavesMondays and Fri days at 7 a' m.j arrives Tuesdays and Saturdays at 6 f.M. .' ,'.,,. .'. ; J' M i ; ! Savannah to Pyhiirn's HUff -Aarrives Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at rt A.M., and leaves at 1 p.m. D. T. Stmbst, PM. Our Authorizsd Agents- Miss Molt.ib lUftrUM, Saitillo.; J. "IVMatm," Nixon. E, H riAitBKit, Ccrro Gordo. The. wife of Leo Smith, the bar? ber, died Sundty night . . ; Mrs. Will Cherry is visiting rela fives and friends at Corinth. Mr. Mnntei, of Germany, Mrs. Joe Donohoo, of Coffee, and Mrs. W, Z. Hamilton, of Savannah, all dangh ters of our townsman Mr. Sheuhcr, have gone to visit their sister, Mrs. Schriber, at Mnorefield. Ark. , Tie Scotts Hill band bag been employed to furnish music at the coming Fair. The band has a iepu tation of being good performers and all wno hear them will be highly pleased. . ' Attorney General Mefeks and wife returned by steamer Johnson Mon d.ty, from Vernon, where they had been called to attend the funeral of L. 11. Nunna-ly, father of Mrs, Mccks. W II Carringlon has just received a fine lot of cloth ing and 'gents' furnishing good. Alsoa flue assort ment of table ware : call and see him. We send ' this number of our p'iU pcr'to many ' people whosti. names have been jjiven us by their friends as likely to subscribe." We' ask all such to come and see us, or write us a card and inform u t whether or not you will take the paper. Should we fail to hear from yon soon your name will be dropped from our, list. . We would prefer to add to Instead of Salt, ptr sack. take from our list. We have received airon.,., . much solid encouragement during Hominy.... . , 1 ' Rfnnc .... . . i i i - 1 - . 1 .. : . r t - ine in St ween gnu are cerium 01 a good list of cas 1 in advance sub jcribers within" a few weeks. The price of the Courier is $1 per year. Our jail contains nine prisoners who are awaiting trial at this term of the conrt. The grounds of the Hardin Conn ty Agricultural & Mechanical Asso ciation nro bcinjr thoroughly re paired for the coming Fair, which will begin Tuesday, October 13th, and continue four days. - Corrected every Thursday by J, W. Cavender. Corn, per bushel ,.. . 50 Cotton, per lb i . . . 8 'SaH Sugar.per It)., brown...... ., loftii Flour per barrel.... $5 00 $5 50 sack , 7'i 80 ... $1 $1 .. . 10 ... lo 65(75 3Q.)5 ...-.:.f bu ...... .,7S.jo Ai-.; . 3 'J5(')20 ...... 201125 , ..,, - t2i ... .... .1520 ........ 3 .... . i5tfi)25 30 25 ........ 25 .40aOo ., 10 t lbj roasted Lftrd..... .ru.. bacon, sides , Molasses, NewQrleans.... Sorghtfin...;' Meal.:......... .. Tea. Dried apples...... . l)ried j)e.1chfcs J... Cheese! . i 1 . i , JlackerelJ per kit Raisins.. , Currants, ' Butter.... Kraut i Pickles, in bo.slU Vinegar,"r gallon Coal Oil, per gallon Cottonseed Oil, per gallon . Cream Tartar' Soda, per lb ............. . Potatoes, Irish, per bushel . Potatoes, sweet I Salt, per barre Buckwheat., Oatmeal , . . . KftKs, per ' INTERESTING TO BOTH - SEXES. Anv man or woman makiog less than $40 weekly should try our easy money-making business. We want Agents tor our celebrated Madame Dean Spinal Supporting Corse'-d;. also, our Spinal Supporter, Shoulder Brace, and Ablominal frotector Combined (for Men'a'nd Boys). No experience required. . Four, orders per day give the Agent $150 month ly. Oiir 'Agents report- hhr to twen' ty sales daily..-- $3 outfit free. Send at once for full particulars. State sex j Lewis Schiele & Co., 390 Broadway New York. The Courier fl per vepr. The only paper published in Hardin Co inty. ' Dr. K. Cook and Miss J'un nie Selph, of Clifton, came op Sunday and returned Monday. " . i t H. II. Hardin, of Waynesboro and Jno. A. Pitts, of Jackson," are attending court this week. Our Poet arrived 9 a.m. last Satur day "and furnished us with brie poem for this week. Real it ami tell ns how you like it. It is humfln nature to find fault with everything we see, but the on! v" objection wefind to this poem is, it is too short. . . , WOOL. I offer a Splendid lot of about one thousand pounds of wool rolls at 45 kent8 a pound, in small quantities. Lower rates will be given on larger purchases. My wool cards are do ing excellent work. Bring your wool and have it ca rded, for satis fuction is guaranteed in every par ticular. I want to buy all the tub washed wool I can get, and will make it to your interest to sell to me. My fall and winter stock of ids are beginning to come tn. I will try to be in full blast by the first of October. Goods will be very low this fall, and hoping to shnre a hlrcral patronage, I am, E. B. Harbour, Cerro Gordo, J K.Barlow & Co, the live drug - store, keeps every thing in the way: of drugs and medi'ciri , together with a full line of school books, stationery, jewelry 1 nd watches. Mr. Jacobus S. Jons, of tbe gen eral land office at Washington, DC, en route to his home at Saitillo, Tenn., for a month'n vacation, stop ped over In the city yesterday. He is accompanied by his estimable wife. Nashville Union of the 16th, Misses Minnie and Georgia Mc- Fall added to the sunshine-, of our office Wednesday by a short c.ll. Warren Bennett die ( Sat rd ay morning at 4 o'clock. He was a brother of our townsm in R. E. Ben- M ra. N. I.v Sevier commenced 1 uesday, teaching a music class in the east room 'of Mrs. Akin's resi dence. V Misses Jimmie Selph of Cliftont and Annie DeFord of Savannah, paid our office a pleasant call Moo- day. Mra Wilkina. wifn of .James Wil- V . ' l.-TT. I J... .!,. 01 kin. rlio.l Sat.i.rdir cveninff and eoramenciug neuuwKiaiw, - J ' o I . ... . wn bnriorl S.mdav in the Savannah 188a. ana continuing lour nays, ror cemetery. ; , particulars and programme aoaress 1 w. W. Ayerssec ixop, ienu Rev. Lewis fowell win preacu tne funeral of Mrs. Jno. ARin at ira- Tn r.iijnf. .ttent,on to our iob 1 f 1 iL. C.indsitt tn nams uuauei tue ure ou..jr .u work we wiu $ay that we are . pre- October. nnrod tn An tverv thino- in that line i I'- e - . ReDOrt eavs thai tha S aUOto tnd from a yisillng' card4' to a. poster Clifton base ball' clnbs will" play a 24s36inches, including, note letter mutch srame at the crouftda of the d bill heads, envelopes, all kiruti latter on the 2Cth:, ' of 4egal Wanks, invititwiiod wed ding cants. In fact, any thing you The young people had quit a may atlt piiuted, cn be done at - i . . , , . i r 1 . . . .... 1 leasani sociaoie at uie resiueuuo ui i -ls office, Mr. and Mrs. Car ring ton Monday The Hardin County Colored Arl: cultural and Mechanical Association will hold their tenth annual Faif at the Fair mounds near Savannah, ' a tif rfV I - JVILIj J. II VI TO.V Attornsy-at-Law, - SAVANNAH . TENN. IS. P. OMtFEAL . CARPENTER & UNDERTAKER SAVANNAH, TENN. Keeps on hand coffins and caskets in food style which can be furnished on short notice. Shop at home on Main Street. i NASHVILLE'S NEW DAILY. The First Number of the Union to be Issue i March 1 7 What it will lie and Whut it will, Advocate. On' the 17th of the present month the un dersigned will issue in this city the first num ber of alrjew pewooralic daily journal, to apr peaf every morning, and to be entitled ' TUB NASHVILLE UNION. . , , e The-editorial' and business"' staff of TllE Union will be composed of trained journalists who have been connected with the Ameriran for many years, and who have, withdrawn froi that paper on account of its passing inlo the ha. ids of the parties who now own and con trol the Nashville World The same princn pies they have advocated in the American they will continue to advocate in The Union, The purpose of the publisher's of The Us ion will be w rriake It: . A Live, Progressive Exponent of Demo-" cratic Sentiment. . a,.-,,,- Opposed to Machine Politics and the Rul of Political Bosses. Devoted to the Building-tip and Industrial Prosperity of the New South. ..Earnest in the Advocacy of Tennessee's Commercial, Agricultural, Manufacturihg and Mineral. Development. -. , Keeping Fully Abreast of theTimes on All the Leading Questions of the D:v. . Above Eveiything, it Will fie a Good Newspaper. Compleje in all the Departments of Telegraphic, General, Local -and .Market Intelligence.-; '-),," , , " , It 'ill-be s?en. that the Subscription Price has beeo m"de as Low as the Actual Cost of publishing a First-Class JournM will permit. We ask the suDnort of nil -who desire that ,0 an HontsttKit-spokenj Anti-machine Deni- ocratic. Paper should be 'published and sus tained in this city. -, '. -. - The terms of firsjNlON Brej . . ' ' DAILY. . By the yeaK...i. ...... .. .... " 6 Tnontli9.il. i, ....... ...... ; " , months. ,v.f. .-.. " 1 month,.)., , . " I week.1.'.. .- . . WEEKLY. One year, postage free, in advance. Address ' UNION PUBLISHING CO., 7tf 21 North Cherry St., Nashville, Tenn, 5 5 .1 50 ,10 ' 34 3 3 o o ' 1. II. V EI E Mill 1, ATT'Y-AT-LAW, , SAVANNAH, TENN. - l 1 - '- ' r'MH Wife Is Complete ill- m W1 i - tufa fej? (M t Including faoi'itlcs for doing tOj";IIlBS TOM : j '. .' ' Ffoffl a ..$1 00 -SUCH AS- . CITY BAR3ES SHOP, -.-LEE SMITH, PuopRiETon ; mi dd ev'erytliing usually done by a first class bajber. Give him a call when in town J. AV. CAYENDKR, :'ry.; ,: ."" -DEALER IN ' FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS. Canned O-oodS, TobaccOM, ,',.;.' Cigars , . . tvntl Sniill", f3& Your Patronage Will he Appreciated. Lettei Ileads, T4ote Iloads, Bill Heads, Stattmentsi, dills Xjading-; Envelopes, Bus- iness, Invitation 01 ."Wedding- Cards, Pam ' ' ' ''''' .'.,'" 1 ' '; ' phlet Woi'k, Posters, Circulars and No tices of Every Description. ALL LEGAL BLANKS KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Our efforts shall be to JUNKI E &: BENNETT. DEALERS IN The Cherry Will. The will of tbe late , W. II. Cherry was probated yesterday and the ex ecutors qualified. The instrument bears date of Aug. 31, 1S85, and names James M. Head, John J, Ver tices and Edgar Cherry as executors, and Samuel J. Keith as guardian of W. H. Cherry. The testator devises tht bulk of his property to bis three children, Edgar, Minnie and William, In equal shares, after specifically set tling npon hls wtdow the tomestead and a handsome dower. Several of his relatives are also kindly remem bered, and he bequeathed $5,000 to the supersnuatad preachers of the Methodist Episcopal church, their widows and families, the same to be distributed by the board of the said church, composed of CoL Cole, and others. Union ' NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. Jno, F. ldght. We had a" very pleasant call from Mr. Frank Pitts of Clifton, Tuesday. He has many friends in this place who are always, glad to see him. MUs Dora Cr.ok is teaching Miool at the house formerly occu I'iwl by Mrs.-Akin as a millinery The following is an extract from a note not inendeJ for publication, but we can't fet anytbtDg so nice pass without notice: . I trot bur new natter resterdav on our return Dome, amt 1 leei rest proud of our town paper now; it Is such an impicvement on its prede cessors that I could hardly believe it the Savsncsh paper. I do hope and wish it success. no. S. White et als 1 - In Ctancery Court. '. M. White et als J - . In this cause upon motion of complainant counsel, and it appearing to me trom the biu which is sworn to, that defendants Laura White, Annie White. Robert White. Arch While, and Lily, a daughter of G. W. WTiite, who is now married but the name of her hus band is mnknown to the complainants, and also me unknown husband of said Lilly are non-fes'.dents of the State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served on them; - ' It is therefore ordered hr me that said de fendants, Laura White, Annie White, Robert While. Arch White and said Lilly and her said husband appear at the next term of the Chaacery Court for Hardin Cemtity, to be held at the court hotrs in Savannah. Tenn- onthe third Monday in October next it beinc tile IQth day of said month, and make de fense to said bill, or the same will be taken for confessed- as to them and this cause set fdr bearing exparteu It is also ordered that a copy of this order be published for four consecntive weeks in the davantiah Cot-Rim, neT!peT .pub lished Savannah. Tenn. Thts Sept. 7, isss- J. p. McDorr.Ai, c& m. - Bauds, Msdicihes& Family Groceries, W J -! roA . I 'v . . , ' BS2ECII AND MU2SLE LOADING GUNS. SAVANNAH, . TENJf, , ' ' . E A ST HO USE , . TEZm i BAST. Proprietor, ' ' SAVANNAH, TENNESSEE. The East House is well prepared to accommodate the public' It is also very convenient, being on the South sida of the Squaro.' " TrVPE tVl MS nTI? PLEASE IN ALL OUR WORK. Vo haA O the best SELECTION OF JOB 1 MATERIAL Of any Country Job Ofllco iii tlte State, and as THE NEW STYLES OF .TOIJ i,. IK. Barlow : & Co., ON the MARKET r)EALERS IX--- i ' v."-' Drays Mcdicinis Paints, Oils, Variiishcs, BOOKS and STATIONERY, , s ' .... . f , ." ' ' 1 WATCHES. JEWELKY. Etc. ; , MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. .... ' Tobaccos and Cigars. -WE W LL BE- Wvm K'.iIu pnniPTniiiTivflnnmp tSUGH MATERIAL TO OUR ALREADY ouimnifiriiiuuiiu -: Varied Stock as tbe Watts of Call on or address .1 it - ONE YEAR, $1. ii)atjoJ o - T- Sarannahy Tennessee.