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ADVKKTISIXO BATES irACE. MO. 3 MO. 6 MO. t VKAR I inch J ' $too $ j 50 $500 t inche o 400 700 10 00 j inchei 5 5 0 4 30 11 00 1.4 column 3 50 7 00 10 oc 15 00 j3 column 7 00 10 00 15 00 95 00 column la 00 15 00 to 00 30 00 THURSDAY, NOV. 19, 1885. SAVANNAH DIRECTORY, CHURCHES. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH SOUTH. Re. J. T. Curry, Pastor. Pruching every Sunday t n t. m. & 7 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday night. Sunday School Sunday 9 nv D. W. BROYI.ES, Sup't The Christian church looks neater since the fence has been painted. We will give the Courier lrom now until the close of 1886 for one dollar. Judge Bateman and Attorney gen eral Meeks are at home for a fet weeks' rest. The McNairy Independent reach ed us last Saturday, the first time in eight weeks. Esq. Eli Cherry, of Lowryville, bur sanctum a pleasant call last Monday. LODGES. Savannah Lodge No. io Fft A M meets Friday bight on or before each full moon. H. R. HINKI.R, W. M. W. T. POWERS, Sec. Hardin Lodee K. of H. No. 174 meets first and third Tuesday night in each month. W. H. CARRiNOTON, Dictator. JAMES WILUAMS, Reporter. Ancient Order United Workmen Home Lodge No. 39 meets second & fourth Thursday night in each month. R. E. BENNETT, M. W. I. T. MADDOX, Recorder. JAMES WILLIAMS, Financier. COURTS Circuit Court, third Monday in Tan. Mar and Sept. T P. BATEMAN. Tndee. G. W. HARBERT, Clerk. Chancerry Court, third Mondv in Anr. and Oct, 0. H. NTXOV. Chancellor. J,D.McrOUGAL,C& M. Chairman Cmmtv Court. Alfred Pitt: CVtV Coun ty Court. I C Mitchf II: Clerk Circuit Court. C W Har bert: Sheriff W. P. Storv: Trustee. T. K. Hurst; Reg- ter, Tno. T. Maddox; Ranger, R. East. J. T. White, survevor for the East side of the Riv er and entry taker for the county. J. L. Yancy, for the west side. THE MAILS. Pur ly to Savannah every day except Sunday Arrives 11 VM.,'teaves 1 P.M. Savannah to Waynesboro Leaves Mondays and Eridays at 7 A.M. arrives Tuesdays and Saturdays at 6 p.m. Savannah to Waterloo LeavesMondays and Fri day! at 7 A M.; arrives Tuesdays and Saturdays at P.M. Savannah to Pyburn's Bluff Arrives Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 11 A.M., and leaves at 1 p.m. D. T. Street, P. M. W. E. Mortis lias been limping around for several days the effect of a tliom in the knee. W. A. Morrison had quite an un pleasant time in the backwater four miles above town last Friday. Send in your subscription to the Couriee. One year, 1; six months, 50 cents; three months, 25 cents. Mr. Hairy Harnes, of Evansville, whose father died at the East House last fall, is in our town, the guest of Mrs. Morrow. McDougal A Patterson are im proving the outside appearance of their office with a coat of paint. Miss Mattic Broyles, who has been at McMinnville for some time re turned home Sunday, to the delight of her many friends. You can get the CouuiER'and tho National Review, a Republican pa per published at Nashville, one year for $2.15. Thanksgiving. Mr. Asa Duncan has done and went and gone and got married! fee- November 26th Is set apart by the lab ! And he went all the way to President for a National thanksgiv- Alabama for his wife. J is. Edrais lng. Let our whole town and viuin ton and Frank Pitts accompanied ity join in the National chorus of him. The entire bridal party will Thanksgiving at the Methodist be down on the Johnson Wednesday church at 11 o'clock Thursday, Nov and will proceed forthwith to the 26th. The following is the programme: Music Reading Scripture and Prayer. Music Our National Thanksgiving Day, D.W. Broyles. Music. Our Harvest for 1885, ..Will J. Watson. Music Our Schools Prof. I . P. Wood. Music. The Religious Awakening of 1885...... . Rev. J. T. Curry. Music. Prayer. Doxology. Our Glutting Bates. home ol Mr. Duncan's parents.where a reception will be given.. The hap py couple will begin housekeeping next week. Forgot to say that the lady in question is, or was, Miss Emma Johnson, of Brick, Ala. In the language of Rip Van Winkle, May they live long and prosper. Mrs. Nathan Turnbo of Lone Chestnut, was visiting friends iu town last week. Miss Mattie Lancaster spent a part of last week here. Mrs. McMiun made the hearts of the little people rejoice last Satur day evening by giving them a social. Each oue thinks he enjoyed it the We will give you the Courier and most. any paper in following list for the amount opposite the name: Courier Journal .... $ 2 00 Arkansaw Traveler ... 2 50 Nashville Banner ... 1 50 National Review .... 2 15 CORRESPONDENCE. Olive Hill Items, Horseback riding is still very fashionable among our young ladies, as parties of three or four may be seen almost any afternoon. Of course there is just a little racing occasion- Uy, but the other fellow always beats. Will Berry and Bob Selph went to Eaglenest Island on a huntipg ex peJitlon Saturday. Don't know how many turkeys they killed as they haven't returned yet. Dr. Clarke and Newt Watkins killed a deer last week. . They both During the good weather the farmer's wagons, 'which were gath ering in their scanty crops, could be clajm tQ haye flpd thJ faUl 8hot heard to rattle early ana late. MissCornie Hardin is visiting the Rev. J. H. Gilbert, of the Savan nah rnd Cerro G irdo circuit, was he guest of Rev. J. H. Curry last Sunday. The sermon delivered in theMeth odist chureli Sunday night by Rev. T. Cm ry to young men, was full of good advice. OUR AUTHORIZED AGENTS W. P. Pickens, Adamsville, Tenn. Jim Combs Adnmsville. Tenn. B. G. Brazelton, Saltillo, Tnnn. Miss Mollie Barram, Saltillo. J. T. Martin, Nixon. E. B Harber, Cerro Gordo. G. W. Shaw, Sa nnnah, Tenn. J. S. Irwin. " " J. R. Duncan, Pittsburg, Tenn. Mr. W. S. Nance, of Clifton, gave us a pleasant call last week. Dr. Motley is circulating among his Savannah friends this week. Mr. Meeks of Gruvel Hill, visited bis cousin M. H. Meeks this week We are glad to learn that Mrs. H E. Akin has about recovered from her recent illness. We call attention to the card of Barlow & Hurst. They have a large assortment of general merchandise at remarkably low prices. The thunder storm Tuesday night was indicative of cold weather, and advice lo don yourwintcr clothing is now in order. The thanksgiving services which will be held at the Methodist church on Thursday the 26th, promises to be a pleasant affair. Everybody should attend. family of S. S. Hudiburgh, this week. Elijah Walker passed through our town, last week, on bis way to Horse creek to get married Rev. G. C. Stockard and wife ex pect to visit relatives across the river this week. Bob white and family expects to move to Texas soon. Jack Don. Olive Hill, Nov. 16, 1885. We had the pleusurre of listening to an able sermon by Rev. Stoi kard at the Cumberland Presbyterian church Sunday on, Almost thou per suadest me to be a Christian. J. D. McDougal, mr clever and accommodating Clerk & Master, re turned home Friday from an cxten Rive business trip to New burg, Lewis County. County superintendent Will J. Watson will receive subscriptions to the Southwestern Journal of Edu cation: price $1, Every teacher should take it. Mr. Archie McDougal, a voung attorney of this place has purchased the books and practice of D. W Herring, of Purdy, and moved to that place. We hope be will have abundant success. We are in receipt of a full line of job material, including the latent designs in wedding and invitation goods, circular paper, linen paper, envelopes, and other material. City prices duplicated. Miss Cappie McDougal left Sun day for Oak Grove, near Saltillo, to take charge of a literary school. She is a young lady of fine literary abil ity and we consider the school fortu nate in securing her services. Mr. Joe East went to Corinth Sunday and returned Tuesday, bringing his wife and baby who have been visiting Mr. Henry Newcorab for the past month. We call attention to the card of W. A. Morrison in this issue. He is nelling good machines, and we would advise parties in need of sewing ma chines to examine the Union and Household. If you want a rubber stamp of any kind for raariiing business cards note heads, or with indelible ink for clothing. Address, Joe M. Stewart 237 Church Street, Nashville, Tenn. 9-14 Mr. J. A. Cunningham visited Humphreys County last week, re turning Monday with his family, which had been visiting in that county for several necks. Our subscription list is swelling faster than we expected, but we would say that it will never get too full to suit us. We would be glad i the Cockier went into every family in this county, and many outside of it Subscribe now and you will get the paper until the close of next year. To Our Correspondents. Mrs. Bettic Broyles left last Tues day to visit her daughter, Mrs. Har ry Kendall, of Holly Grove, Ark who is reported dangerously sick. She was accompanied by her son D W. Broyles. Esq. (kmntry merchants in need of let ter beads, bill heads, posters, circu lars or any other kind of printing would do well to irive us a trial, We do as good work and at as lo prices as can be had in Nashville or any other place. Julia Chappelle of Flatwoods, sis ter of Mrs. H. A. Grimes, will enter school here Monday. The school is still improving, but then we always have good schools here. Rip Van. North Carolina Items. Thanksgiving Proclamation. The year about to close has been marked for peace, prosperity and happiness to the people of our State, and of the whole country. Good health, bounteous crops pleasant relations with the world, and a generous rivalry in all the business and social relations suggest that 'tis well indeed we rest a day Elder W. C. Johnson preached at fl.om the labors, cares, and responsi- N w Hope Friday night. James PicksuS has a flourishing school at Shiloli. Rev. George Atkins returned to lis mission in Indian Territory last week. Jimes Surratt, a promising yung man, went with him. An infant child of Mr. Bob ban dars died Saturday uiuht ana was buried Sunday. Those who were not done gather ing in the bottom were very busy during the late rise In the river. Mrs. Nancy Pickens has been very sick the past week. Mr-. George Wallace and child were thrown from a horse Saturday but uot seriously injured. , WOOL. I offer a splendid lot of about ouo thousaud pounds of wool rolls at 45 cents a pound, in ma!l quantities. Lower rates will be given on larger purchases. My wool cards are do ing excellent work. Bring your wool and have it carded, for satis faction is guaranteed in every par ticular. I want to buy all t!o tub washed wool I can get, and will niako it to your interest to sell to me. My fall and winter stoek of goods are beginning to come in. I will try to bo in full blast by the first of October. Goods wijl he very low this I'a'l, and hoping to share a liberal pationage, I am, E. B. H ARBOUR, Cerro Gordo. Corrected every Thursday by J. W. Caveuder. Corn, per bushel 40 Cotton, per lb &'A9ti Sugar, brown, 10 to 14 lb 1 00 granulated lo i oo Flour per barrel $4 J$( 50 " sack jj'Sioo Coffee, 6 and 8 Ibv 100 6 lb., roasted 100 Lard 10 Bacon, sides o Sorghum 40(2)50 Meal 50 Tea 75 100 Dried apples 3 Dried peaches 5 Cheese .. 16 Mackerel, per kit 6575 Raisins 2oaJ5 Currants... , 8 Butter , 5a20 Kraut 3 Pickles, in bostles io(J)2o Vinegar, per gallon 25 Coal Oil, per gallon 25 Cream Tartar 30 Soda, per tb 5lo Potatoes, Irish, per bushel 50 Potatoes, sweet , 50 Salt, per barrel , 1 50 Eggs, per dozen 10 Salt, pf.r sack 5io Yeast Cakes 10 Citron 35 Hominy 3 Beans 3 Buckwheat o Oatmeal 5 ivill, j. mi rso.v AttornsyatLawt SAVANNAH . TENN. bilities that beset the path of ordi nary life, and tiling so give thanks and praise to the great Giver of all that is good. Therefore, I Win. B. Bate, Governor, in ap preciation of the blessings of which we are the happy recipients, and recognizing our obligations therefor, 1 1 . 1 . . j i uo ueieuy recouimuuu aim st 1 uuan, Thursday, the 26th day of Novem ber, 1885, as a day of general than Its giving and praise to the ever wise Ruler of the Universe, and doing so would specially commend to the consideration of all happy and geu erous people that unfortunate class, the poor. In testimony whereof I have here- CARPENTER & UNDERTAKER SAVANNAH, TENN. Keeps on hand coffins end caskets in good style which can be furnished on short notice, Shop at home on Main Srreet. Hon Resident Notioe. w, Rev. Mr. Worley will preach at unto SPt iy liaad and caused the Shiloh Next Sunday. Bon Homme. SALTILLO ITEMS. Mrs. Lee and children left on the Silver Cloud to visit friends at Parts. Misses Cason and Gulbraith re turned home Wednesday by way of Jonsonville. great seal of the State to be affixed at the department in Nashville, on this, 14th day of November, A. D. 1885. By the Governor, Wm. B Bate. John Allison, Secretary of State. Much for Little. In this age when the events of yes Charlie Lewis lrom Perryville, en- terday in all parts of the world are OL ItELIAHLE KI11M.- Keep constantly on hand a full line of " Gents Furnishing Goods Notions, Dry-Goods Family Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, etc. tJCTXt the old staiidvjgjj SAVANNAH. TENNESSEE. J. K. Barlow & Co., DEALERS IN- Drugs Medicines Paints, Oik, Varnishes, BOOKS and STATIONERY, WATCHES, JEWELRY, Etc. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Tobaccos and Cigars. W. A. MORRISON, DEALER IN UNION AND HOUSEHOLD SEWING MACHINES. Every Machine Warranted. Machines delivered to any part of the Country and Sold on'Reasonable terms. Do not buy a Machine;until Vou have examined the Union'and Household. Office on MalnStreet, West side of the .Square. See.Union and Household Signs 19-ly. MARTIN & SHAW. R. Larkin et als 1 vs. In County court at V. L. Stephens et als ) Savannah, J enn. In this cause it appearine from the petition which is sworn to that defendants J. II. Mc- Cutchcon and wile, fchzabeth McCutcheon, James W. Lawler and wife, Kate l.awler, II V. Matcher and wife, Mollie Hatcher, Ed ward Cotton and wife, Annis Cotton, G. W . Larkin, 1. H. Larkin and W. L. Stephens are all non-residents ot the Stale 01 1 ennes' see. It is therefore ordered by the court that publication be made for them for four suc cessive weeks in the Savannah Courier, a newspaper published in the town of Savan nah, l'enn., commanding said defendants to enter their appearance herein and make de fence on or before the 1st Monday in Janua ry, 1886, or this cause will be proceeded in exparte as to thein. This order appears up on the minutes of said county court of date Nov. 7, 1885. It is therefore ordered that it be published accordingly. J.C. MITCHELL, Clerk. D. W. Broyles, Solicitor. Nov. 7, 1885. .T. D. 3IARTIN, ATTORNEYATLAW And Justice of the Peace. GEO. AV. SHAW, Greneral Collector, Also Agent for the Singer J ewing Machine. f3SF"Otflee together on Public Square, one door East of Barlow's. Notice for Non-Eecident3 and for Parties Whose Rosidence is Unknown. tered school Monday, B. F. Kincannon has moved to his new home below the post office. J. A. llanoa will move iuto bis new home soon. Rev. Slavmaker commenced a se ries of sermons Wednesday night. found in to day's paper; when tid ings of a battle in Egypt or China are flashed across the seas and laid at our door before its smoke is dissi pated, it is necessary tor well inform ed people to have access to reliable maps. JNot all can anora tue neavy Little Jewell Hanna has been q lite library atlasses, and even they are sick for several days. 0fteQ foun(j untrustworthy unless a Miss Vona Carroll is visiting her new COpy j8 purcUa8ed as often as friends in our town. revised. Mrs. Bettie Hughes came upon If you want an atlas small enough the Clyde from Clifton to visit her for generai use full enough for near- mother who has been quite sick 10. 1 jy every purpose, critically accurate several weeks. Van. Clifton Items. In order to insure the publication of your communications you should have them reach this office by Mon day. In writing observe the follow ing rules: Write only on one side of the paper; Give news of a local nat are; Use no Impolite or slang phras es: Sign your real as well as jour literay name, and, above all, write plainly, as we cannot spend time de ciphering hieroglyphics. Younz man, if vou haven't the courage to ask the young lady to take vonr arm, dont t seize her by the winz and walk her along as though you were a policeman and had her in custody. It looks bad besides, she may have a boil. PotL Where? Miss Annice Alexander has post- and up to date, we recommend the new Handy Atlas of the World, pub lished by Messrs. Ivision, Blakcman Taylor fc Co., 753 & 755 Broadway, New York, which is both a credit to Tames II. Walker 1 vs in Chancery at Andrew J. Walker et als J Savannah, Tenn In this cause the bill which is sworn to contains the following statement: "James H. Walker, a citizen ot Mcnairy County, Tennessee, complainant, vs. The following named persons whose resi dences are unknown to complainant and against the heirs, legatees, devisees, personal representatives and executors of any who may be dead whose residences are likewise unknown, to wit: Jane C Barnett, Mary E. Picket, Annie M. Phillips who are supposed to reside in Maury county, Tennessee. Sarah N. Green and John B. Green, who are sup posed to reside in Davidson county, Tennes see; Andrew J. Walker, who is supposed to reside in Missouri; Ellen Walker, John W. Walker, and S. P. Walker, who are supposed to be residents of Shelby county, Tennessee; Samuel P. Walker, a son of James Walker, said Samuel P. is nw dead, I. Knox Walker who is now dead, I- Marshal Walker who is now dead, John P. Johnston, W. J. Polk, Evan Youiig, R. P. Webster, and R.C. Hemp hill all of whom are supposed to be dead ; John, Richard and Persifer Bails, Ralph Wormley who is supposed to reside in Shel by county, 1 ennessee ; CM. Nicholson, or Calvin Nicholson, who is dead, R. Furgison & Co, Moses Woodward, David Dalton, Pickett, Perkins & Co., Cornwall & Bro., R. Buchanan, E. M. Ryland & Co, and parties interested in the debts of what were known before the war of 1S61 as the Union and State banks of Columbia Tennessee, and Wiseman Ames, defendants." All of said defendants whose residences are not indicated above are of unknown resi dence and are supposed to be non-residents of Tennessee, and the heirs, legatees, devi sees, personal representatives, and executors ot any who may re dead are ot unknown res dence and are likewise supposed to be non residents of Tennessee. And the bill further stating that the parties whose residences are indicated as being in Tennessee may not reside in the places indi cated nd if not their residences are un known, and some of them may be dead, leaving unknown heirs, legatees devisees personal representatives and executors, and the bill praying for publication as to all the defendants and subptrnx to answer for those who are supposed to be residents of Tennes see and for publication also as to them- It is therefore ordered by me that publication be made as to all of said defendants for four successive weeks in the Savannah Coufier, a newspaper published in Savannah, Tenn- commanding them to enter their appearance herein on or before the 1st Monday in lanu- ary, lSS6,wnd make defenct to said bill, or the same will be set for exparte as to them. J. D. McDOUGAL, C & M. D. W. Broyles, Solicitor. November 5, 1S85. 0-4U poned her return to lexas, ana " taem and to the American press. It clerking for Hughes fe Grimes. h3 bound in flexible cloth, contains Mrs. T. S. Hughes is visiting her 38 beftutifully colored maps and im parents at SaltUIo. nortant statistics. Among its many . i 1 Mr. C. Weekes is expecting n notable cood things are maps show brother Franklin Weekes, of Dixon, L standard time, the railways of HI., on the Tyler to night. Mr. th United States, recent polar ex Weekes spent last winter here and Defjiti0D Central Africa as explored the mild climate induced him to K c.nniv t.h nf the Esrvntian 1 j 1 - - - - r come again this winter. n;hle Lands, and our principal A company of gentlemen from American cities. If your bookseller Nashville have bought the cement (loe9 not j,ave is excellent work, property of thl I place, and in addi 9en(j fifty cerjts direct to the pub- tiou to grinding cement they a ill hubersand receive it by return mail erect a spoke and barrel factory. They will set to work very soon and In cf Uing attention to our job propose to give employment to two work, we will say that we are pre. hundred men. As many as twenty r.red to do everv thins in thai line 1 . o five residences will be built on the property for the needs of the labor. era. Mrs. S. J. Stockard gave the young people a progressive eucbr party last Tuesday evening. All seemed to enjoy it muchly. from a visiting card to a poster 24x36incbes, including note letter and bill heads, envelopes, all kinds of legal blanks, invitation and wed ding cards. In fact, any thing you may want printed, caji be done at this office. J. AY. CAVENDER, -DEALER IN FANCY: AND FAMILY GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS. Canned GoodSj Tobaccos, Cigars and SntilT, 0SYour Patronage Will be Appreciated, HIMLE & BEMETT. DEALERS IN Druqs, Medicihes & Family Groceries, ES2EC3 AND MUZZLE LOADING CKJNS. SAVANNAH, . TENN, EAST HOUSE, SAVANNAH, TENNESSEE. The East House is well prepared to accommodate the public. It is also very convenient, being on tho South side of the Square Now Firm, Hew Goods, New Pricss! Barlow & Hurst, DEALERS IN DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Goods will be sold 10 to 15 per cent lower than ' ever before, aud only for Q&Bm OR PRODUCE.