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ADVERTISING BATES HfAf.1. I HO. 3 MO. 6 MO. I VIA! i inch $100 $ 00 $350 ) 500 t inches 100 4 00 700 10 00 3 inchei y $ so 8 50 13 00 1-4 column 350 700 id oc 15 00 1-3 column 7 00 10 oo is 00 5 00 column la o. 15 00 a. o 30 00 THURSDAY, OCT. 2D, 1885. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY. CHURCHES. MRTHOniST EPISCOPAL CHURCH SOUTH. Re. J. T. Curry, Pastor. Preaching every Sunday at n a. m. St 7 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday night. Sunday School Sundav q a. in' D. W. BROVLES, Sup't LPOGES. Savannah Lodn No. 103 Fft A M meet! Friday night on or before each full mion. H. R. HINKl.tt, W. M. W. T. POWERS, Sec. Hardin Lodge K. ofH. No. IJ4 meet, (inland third Tuesday night in each month, W. H. CARRINOTON, Dictator. JAMES WILLIAMS, Reporter. Ancient Order United Workmen Home Lodge No. 30 meets second & fourth Thursday night in each month. R. E. BENNETT, M. W. t. T. MADDOX. Recorder JAMES WILLIAMS', Financier. COURTS. Circuit Court, third Monday in Tan. MflvandSppt. T. P. RATFMV, Indie. G.W. HARBERT, Cleric. Chancerry Court, third Mondav in nr. nd Oct, O. H Vtynv n,,nr,Mnr j.r).Mcrour,AL,( & M. fhnirmniiCnilnlvrnnrt. Al'rfd Pit'.? CImIi Cmi. tirro..rt.T OTVMliOrV Circuit "wrt C,. WfTar liert: Sheriff W. P. Rtorv: Truste T. K.Hunt; Reg itr. Ino. T. Maddox:Raneer, R. F.m. T. T. White. .urvevor for the East side of the Riv. er andentrv taVerfnr the cnntv. J. L. Vancy, for the wesrside. THE MAILS. Purjy to Savannah every day except Sunday Arrives 11 a.m., leaves 1 r.M. Savannah to Wav.ieihoro lves'Mondays and Fridays at 7 a.m.j arrives Tuesdays and Saturdays at S p.m. Savannah to Waterloo LeavesMondays and Fri days at 7 a'm.; arrives Tuesdays and Saturdays at 6 T.M. Savannah to Pyhurn's Bluff Arrives Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays at 11 a.m., and leaves at t m. D. T. Street, P. M. OUH AUTHORIZED AGENTS W. D. Pickens, AdniiMille, Tenn. Jim Combs Adamsville Tenn. I! (J. Bicuklt 'X. S'lltill.t, Ti'iin Miss Moi.uk Barium, Saltillo. J P. Mahtiv. Nixn. K. I! Haiibiu. (It rrii Of-rdo. C VV. Shaw. S;n nnnnh, Tenn. J S. Irwin. J. R Duncan. Pittslmrj:, Tenn. J. W. Ch rn- and family are vis iiing ai (Winth. Mr. G.-o. II. l'.ireli, wiili .T. fe L. Wliiit-lcv toll i-emii-is, was in town this Wt'tk. Quite a number o( our citizens took in die circii at Corinth Tues day. Mrs. Nnnnir Bmyles and Fannie returned Wednesday from tluir trip to Memphis. Lewis M. Hurst, who spent Rev ival weeks in our county, led Tues. tay for NiclivilK Master Edwin East and mother returned to their home in Corinth lust Monday. Miss Minnie McFall left last Fi duy Cor Fukun, to take charge of a music class. M. V. Sudey lift Tuesday, for Tullahoma, to attend the bedside of his sick brother. Quite a number of our citizens at tended Federal court at Jackson this week. Mrs Joe East has gone to Corinth to spend a month with her father, Mr. Henry Newcomb. Mrs. J. A. Cunningham and chil dren are gone to spend a month with her mother in Humphreys Couuty. Miss Bettie Hamilton is visiting at Clifton this week. She weut by Sir. Johnson Tuesday night Miss Nannie East left Monday for a months visit to Corinth, Memphis and other points in West Tenn. Alden's Juvenile Book of Knowl edge, for September, is befor us. It contains twenty pages of choice reading matter, suited for both olJ and young. Price 25 cents a year. Address John B. Alien, 393 Pearl street, New York. Prof. B. G Braz:lton gave us a pleasant call Saturday-. He prom ised us some substantial aid lu the Dear future. Hinkle Jc Bennett have sold tlieir drug department to John VV. Akin, who will continue the busines ai the old stand. We had tbe pleasure, last Satur day, of meeting Prof. Abernalhy, of McNairy. He came over to attend the Directors meeting. Mrs. Mary Mhoon left on the Johnson Tuesday. She will go by way of Nashville to Memphis to spend the winter. The first Quarterly meeting foi this Co 11 ft-rente year, in this district, will be held at Savannah, including in xt Sunday, Presiding Eider Fain will be present. W. E. Morris, of the firm of Di-Ford fc Morris is at Boyds Land ing this week, looking after the in-U-rt'st of W. E. Morris fe Co. of that place. Olive Hill Items. The farmers of this vicinity who are gathering their crops, report the jield to be much greater thau was t xpected. Little Janey Iludihurg, daughter I ol the widow lludilmrg. is at tin- point 01 death with the fiver. W. T. N0rtUc.1t is having a fi,.e dwelling erected Lm. Binnly of Marti Vs MilK was in our vicinity two days the past week. - W. II Brown is very sick. We are g'ad to loam that he is improv ing. Pony Hardin ha j ti (finished what he calls a li-h pond. Miss A 11 nice Alexander who is visiting friends on Hardin's Creek was in our vicinity Sttudav. We h.id-tlie 0ens & Hinkle show in our town Friday night of lusi week. W e :ire glad to hear Mint the 13th ,-i initial fair id' Hardin (Juinity was u iiiTess. Il-irrali for the fanners that uic taking an int rest in live Mock. Jack Dos. Oct. 27, 1885. SALTILLO ITEMS. Drummers have been plenty the iast week. Mr. W. T. Login nn 1 wife are vis iling relatives ui.u t'i lends iu our town. Mis1 Annie Allen is vi king hei .sister in the country mar Lebanon chuivli. Mrs. Baiham nod Sain wen' to the country Sunday to -ee relatives. Ti.ti History of Hardin County, a new ho-di just out written by It. (Jr. Braaelioii, is a splendid work, and will tie read with great interest by all who live in this count)'. Our merchants were busy last Saturday so many people in town and trade was sfK-udid. ' Wonder if someone couldn't man age to sell chewing gum by the wholesale in our town? guess they could make some money. Mr. T. E. McKinney is traveling for lite Singer Machine Company. Rev. G. T. Peeples was married last week to a Mrs. Rhodes of Lex ington. The people here extend to the happy couple their lust wishes for future success and happiness. Van. October 26, 1885. Items from the Fork. Farmers are very busy gathering their crops. Early com is better than expected; late corn and cotton cut short. Mr, Andrew May died on his way betweeu his brothers B. H. and John May. He was nearing the latter place when he took hemorrhage of the lungs. He called for help, and Mr. Harry Weet being near by went to him but found him speechless; death followed immediately. Mrs. Nannie Broyles and little daughter Fannie are visiticg rela lives and friends at Memphis this week. Miss Ida Ross is on a flying visit to the Ross neighh-ji hood this week. Mr. Whit Duncan of Indian Creek, is visiting telatives in our vicinity. Mr. Charley Whitten of Alabama, is down to see his sweet heart and friends. Jimmie Shaw was thrown from a mule Sunday evening and somewhat hurt. Mr. B. H. May has a sick child Messrs.. Alex and Bud Nolen, and Turner Philli m and their families are going to Arkansas shortly to make it tbeir future home. Max Riut. October 28, iSSj. I To " Aunties Jemima and TaTjltha." Your poems late, my good old souls, So full of cutting wit did stun, First aunt J. "rlced me o'er the coals," Then aunt T. followed "poking fun." Now, though, I think it hardly fair That I'm outnumbered two to one, Vet 'twixt you both I'll try to sh ire The best I have, and never run. Yon say his musing I did crush, In this aunt J. you art not right, My simple lines could never hush His poetic muse, or put to flight His heart was full and he gave vent- To his emotion, then, perhaps, Like a balloon whose gas is spent, There came a sudden, swift collapse. Your sympathy good auntie T, He will appreciate, I'm,sure, Tho' 'twill not cause his grief to flee, Your pity '11 help him to endure. You well can pity, tho' you're old And seem to be "laid on the shelf," From what you say I may make bold To think that "you've been there yourself." Now, good old aunts, t do suspect Of meddling that you do'your share, Did that youth ask you to protect And shield him by your loving care? Now, aunties, when these lines you read Don't break your spectacles in rage, Whate'er is said, in truth and deed, Is said with due respect to age. And, aunties, now, because you're old, You may be wise, I'll not deny, But you should not advise and scold Ahd "stick your fingers in every pie." Although to venerate age I try, And though with deference I treat it, Because yourfinger's in the pie I'm not duty bound toat it. You threaten me with much to follow, But to that threat I give no heed ; It may excite the printer's choler If he can print, why, I can read. Silly Sai.ly Sly. Mrs. Akin is receiving new and fashionable millinery and fancy goo Is by every boat. Call and see her. tf ('out! try merchants in need of let cr heads, bill heads, posters, circti srs or any other kind of printing wenid do will to give us a trial. We do as goo 1 work and at as low prices as ear. be had in Nashville or my outer place. H:soht:jnS cf Sespect. "Died Sep. ii, 1885, at his resi-t-:.ce in the city of Nashvill", Win. II. Cherry, Esq., after a lontf and painful illness."' Such was tac brief announcement f die daily paper of the demise of a Urol her of this mystic circle, of one whose )name has stood on our roll unblemished aud without reproach for more th;in a quarter of a century. Amid a life of restless enterprise uid constant activity Brother Cher ry was ever heedful of the lessons iniulcatcd around this altar, and re- luced to practice in his daily life the Imly teachings of Masonry. Iu business, he was open and uptight; as 11 citizen, tie was enterprising uud liberal; us a friend, he was true and trusty; in religion, whrle cherishing his own convictions, he was charita ble toward others. To the needy, his hand was ever open to the distress ed, he always administered the ap- piopriate consolation. Brother Cher ry l.ntcd all shams and hypocrisy. Th- G. A. O. T. U. has takto our Brother to his reward. Let us who re 1 ik. ii cherish his memory uu imitate his manv virtues. Resolved, That we tender our heartfelt sympathy to his sorrowing widow and weeping children, and while e mingle our ears with theirs o'er his grnve, we "vould ahVaiou ately point them to the promises of the Gos-.el for consolation. 2. That as a token of esteem to ward our deceased Brother, we will wear the Ancient Mourning Badge of our Order and clothe the working tools of tliis Lodge in crape for one calendar month. 3. That a page ol the Record Book be set apait in memoriam to our de parted Brother, and that these reso lutions be furnished the Savannah Courier for publication and a copy thereof be transmitted to the sorrow ing family. Fraternally submitted, H. K. Hinkle, W.M, Pnmmilfr.0 J"" I reus, J. H. W.T, W R T IT T P T. Powers, Secy. W. B. Smith. Unanimously adopted. Savannah Lodge No. 102 A. F. k A. M. Savannah, Tenn., Oct 23, 1885. In cplling attention to our job work, we will say that we are pre pared to do every thing in that line from a visiting card to a poster 24x36inches, including note letter and bill heads, envelopes, all kinds of legal blanks, invitation and wed ding card9. In fact, any thing you may want printed, can be done at this office. Send in your subscription to the Courier. One year, 1; six months, 50 cents; three months, 25 cents. Corrected every Thursday by J. W. Cavender. Corn, per bushel .0 Cotton, per lb 8iia Sugar, brown, 10 to 14 lb f.. 1 oa granulated lo 00 Flour per barrel $4 7$ S6oo ' e 7S8S Coffee, 6 and 8 lb Si " , 6 lb., roasted $1 Lrd . , Bacon, sides S"v::.:::;:::::;;:::;;-? app---::"::::1 Dried Deach ? PriAACaw " J - IlIZ Butter Kraut Pickles, in hnctl .15320 3 ... . . IMOiZO Vinegar, per gallon TO 10(3)20 Coal Oil, pergallon 25 30 cream Tartar v, Soda, per ft..... zGao Potatoes, Irish, per bushel.... to Potatoes, sweet ?o Salt, per barre 1 t0 Eggs, per dozen ... "' j0 Salt, pf r sack 10 Veast Cakes " " ,0 Citron ' ,, Hominy ...... Buckwheat.... Oatmeal j IVJLL JT. 'WJMTSO.V AttorneyatLaw SAVANNAH . TENN. IS. 1. ODEJYE.1L CARPENTER & UNDERTAKER SAVANNAH, TENN. Keeps on hand coffins and caskets in good style which can be furnished on short notice. Shop at home on Main Srreet. Mackerel, per kit ' ' " t'Qat ti,eJ wl" continue to advocate in Thr Union Raisins aoaic The Purpose of the publishers of The UN Currants e7i ,0N wi'' lo make it: ' A A r .... ... r .... HARDIN COLLEGE REORGANIZED. Instruction thoro igh In the Departments of MATHEMATICS, LATVGTJACiK, SCI ENCE, 31 US I C, unci ART. Charges reasonable. Call on or address Savannah, Tenn. MARTIN T. I. 3IATJ.TI1V, ATTORKTBY-AT-IjAW And Justice of the Peace. GEO. W. SIIAAV, COHTSTABI.S d& General Collector, Also A gent for tho Singer dewing Machine. flrOfflce together on Public Square, one door East of Barlow's. J. V.. CAVENDER, DEALER IN FANCY AND FAMILY GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS. Canned GJ-oodSj Tobaccos, Cigars andSnufl', fJBFYour Patronage Will be Appreciated. HINKLE & BENNETT. DEALERS IN Drugs, Medicines & Family Groceries, BEEECH AND MUZZLE LOADING GUNS. SAVANNAH, . TENN, EAST HOUSE, , SAVANNAH, The East House is well prepared very convenient, bein on tho South J. K. Barlow & Co., DEALERS IN Drugs Medicines Paints, OUsVarnishes, BOOKS and STATIONERY, WATCHES, JEWELRY, Etc. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Tobaccos and Cigars. NASHVILLE'S NEW DAILY. The First Number if the Union to be Issve l March 17 What it will lie and What it will Advocate. On the 17th of the present month the un dersigned will issue in this city the first num ber of a new Democratic daily journal, to ap pear every morning, and to be entitled THE NASIlVlLLB UNION. The editorial and business staff of Tint Union will be composed of trained journalists who have been connected with the American for many years, and who have withdrawn from that paper on account of its passing into the hands of the parties who now own and con trol the Nashville World. The same princi ples they have advocated in the American A Live. Progressive Einoneht nf ;isn. cratic Sentiment. Opposed to Machine Politics and the Rule 01 roiiucal flosses. 1 Devoted to the Building-up and Industrial 1 1 pemy 01 tne isew South. n Karnest the Advocacy of Tennessee's ' C,omme,rcial. Agricultural, Manufacturing and 1 Development. .KIecpi"K Fully Abreast "f ''e Times on All e 'eding Questions of the Day. x, ove Every,h'"B. ill Be a Good Newspaper. Complete in all the Departments " Telegraphic, General, Local and Market iniemgen It Will be seen that th Snliu.rint;nn Tv:,.. has been m-de as Low as the Actual Cot of publishing a First-Class Journal will permit. We ask the sunport of all who desire that an Honest, Out-spoken, Anti-machine Dem ocratic Paper should he published and sus tained in this city. The terms of The Union are: DAILY. By the year $g oo " 6 months 4O0 " 3 months 2co " I month -0 " I week io w K.F.kl.v. One year, postage free, in advance $1 00 Address, UNION PUBLISHING CO., 7tf 21 North Cherry St., Nashville, Tenn.. II. P. WOOD, Principal. 5-4G. & SHAW. Proprietor, TENNESSEE. to accommodate the public. It is also side of the Sq i ire. HASSLOCK & AMBROSE, PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS. No. 123 Church Street, NASHVILLE, m TENN. TELEPHONE No. G15. Subscribe for the Nashvills Journal of Medicine and Surgery, only 2 per annum invariably in advance. as MB Is Complete in EVERY R Including faci'itles for doing I?rom a '1 -SUCH AS- Ietter Heads, INote Heads, Bill Heads, Stattments,- Bills Lading, Iihivelopes, Bus iness, Invitation or Wedding Cards, Pam phlet Work, Posters, Circulars and IV o tices of Every Description. ALL LEGAL BLANKS KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Our efforts PLEASE IN ALL OUR WORK. We have SELECTION OF JOB MATERIAL Of any Country Job Ofllce in the State, and as TIIE NEW TYPE ARE PUT ON the MARKET -WK (CML(IUI11.IIMIJU STIHTT MATRRTiT. TO OTTR iT.TJFinv3 w. -a. UUIVdl Varied Stock Call on or address COLUMN. emm PI shall be to the best STYLES OF JOB WILL HE- A. W V A A & j as the Wants of niv i li nuuimij Savannah, Tennessee.