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THE LATEST RECRUITS IN THE GERMAN ARMY. Shepherd Dorts Trained for Sentinel Duty— They Will Do the Work of the Lancers— The Assistance They Will Render to the Ambulance Corps. (Copyright 1889.) Washington, March 23.—The dogs of nar have passed out of rhetoric into reality. The plebeian tow-haired bristling shepherd dogs of Germany have been forced into military service and have come to be a valuable ally to the armies of the emperor. At first sight the German shepherd dog gives one ft very bad impression. He looks like an animal of bad breeding and very low instincts. But he improves on better acquaintance and will shortly demonstrate that he has extraordinary intelligence and a devotion to duty that is simply marvel ous. To him every one Is cither a friend or a foe—an instinct which supplies an ex cell nt foundation for a military training. After a few months of service this instinct is developed to such a remarkable degroe that he can tell at sight whether a man belongs to the army f his royal highness or to that of the enemy. He is always relied on for the possessit u of one very valuable quality—he will never fall asleep on his post or desert it. These dogs are carefully bred for army service. If a pup’s ancestors were carelessly handled end indulged in habits of shiftlessness and disobedience, ten to one he will be a worthless fellow in spite of the most assiduous training. He has come to be regarded as not worth bother ing with and is left to the humble occupa tion of house watching, which, by the way, he can do very well. Tbfe most important office which these dogs perform as an ally of the army consists in the aid they render the sentinels at night. Keen scented, quick to detect any strange sound, and able to see in darknflKs that is impenetrable to man, it is impossible for an enemy to approach the picket lines without attracting their atten tion. But they must not bark. If thor oughly train- and they will hasten to the near est sentinel and impart the information to him without making any noise. Some are trained to express their meaning by a low whine, and others bv tugging at the boot legs of the sentinel. The only occasion on DEFENDERS OF THE GERMAN EMPIRE, which these dogs are allowed to bark is on finding a dead or wounded soldier in some marsh or underbrush or perhaps in the snow after the battlefield has been deserted. They render invaluable assistance to the ambulance corps. A knapsack of food, with perhars a flask of brandy and a bottle °f milk, if the hospital surgeon thinks proper, is frequently strapped to their hacks when they are ou duty wi;h the ambulance corrs. The disabled soldier who maybe famishing in some lonely t hicket is thus en abled to satisfy the most imperative de mand* of nature when the dog reaches him. It has been found t hat the dog ran generally be relied upon to find some means to report every case of distress that he and iscovers to the relief corps. When the French men crossed the German frontier in 1870 the first sign of King William's army that greeted their eyes was a corps of big lancers wearing square caps with swinging tassels, which had been sent forward to recon uoiter. bo formidable and imposing was j/£j\ - TO THE RESCUE. the appearance of these men that the ad vance guard of the French forces l to have been thoroughly frightened. * But on the whole the lancers were of doubtful yaltie to the Germans as the French were on the watch for them after that and the mor in their ranks became very heavy, According to the Scientific Review the Shepherd dogs are being trailed to perform ;r.ls dangerous service for the lancer s. It is impossible for men, especially if mounted, ,° rec nnoiter the position of the enemy by •Jay without attracting attention. The ao K* can be sent forward n hundred ynnls rr *o in advance of the men and if the AHemy is near they will be sure to find it and inform the outposts accordingly. • lovii g noiselessly about through the grass JQd underbrush or perhaps a field of grain Hey will not be apt to attract attention. GN HIS NATIVE HEATH. Hie French havo tried the Spits dog for miilar se vice but with indifferent success. , courage and while very bright th r? ot J u,BWi * 8 Hie grir and self control of tie German shepherd dog. His color which milk white is also against him, for he be very easily seen at night. Oddly ’nougU these German dogs take kindly to *cr. A Berlin japer tells of a dog be 'iiging to an officer In a North German tftment which takes his beer regularly, Jd to such excess, wbeneror enough ls ff fred hup, as to become exceedingly hfiari- , ous. When he and his master go out for a good time they return in a state of hearty good fellowship and Intoxication. Boer Being the national beverage the dogs are offered more or less of It in every house hold, until finally they find it quite as satis fying as water. Some years ago these dogs were impor ted into Australia in large numbers, whore they are used as oouriera in the great bush. They rarely get 10-t, and are above the temptations to which most dogs are sub ject in the woods where game is p’entiful. The Newfoundland dog would probably prove as adaptable to military pu; poses as any Other breed that is common in America. His uneven temper might hope lessly disqualify him for the work, but why not give him a*trial? At forts on tho fron tier a few well trained dogs would render important service in circumventing the wily Indian. David Wechsler. HOW OYSTERS ARB GANNSD. A Trip Through tho Works at Bruns wick. From the Brunswick (Da.) Timet. TIT ANTED—Boys and Girls, at Bush dock, to ▼ v shuck oysters. This was the wording of a colored poster, handed a reporter yesterday, by a street gamin, who evidently thought he wa3 suited to that business. Not being familiar with the mode of can ning oysters, the reporter concluded to apply at the dock for information. On arriving there, he was met by Messrs. Bush & Hunt, the genial proprietors of the factory, who kindly allowed him to inspect the works at leisure. The factory is located nt the extreme back of the Brunswick and Western rail road shops, and is built on an immeme w arf, owned bv Bush Bros. A long build ing occupies part of this wharf and the other end is used as n platform on which tho oysters are thrown from the boats below. The oysters are found iu innumerable quantities around many of the creeks and rivers that are near tbit port. They are secured by ovstermen—men who make oyster gathering their sole occupation. These men go in squads of three or more to the boat. Each boat holds about four bushels of the bivalves, which are gathered by means of tong-like instruments, being forced through the mud, aid drawn up iu the same manner that nails are taken from a keg. When the boat is loaded, the oysters are carried to the factory and thrown on the dock. A force of negroes are there ready, when they are unloaded, to plsce them in long boxes, made after tho order off. uit crates, which are then shoved into the steam box—a box that is almost air-tight. When the crates are all in position the doors of the box are closed and tho steam is turned into it by means of i on pipes, which connect with trio engine close by, the oys ter* are steamed thoroughly for a short while, when the doors are again opened, the boxes shoved out with their content* almost bursting themselves in efforts to get out. The immense pressure of steam had been the means of partially opening, making it an ea y matter ror the “shuckers” to com plete the job. After the oysters 'are opened they are taken to a vat, washed, put iuto cans hold ing one pound, and weighed. This process being completed, the cans are placed in wooden boxe* and carrie 1 to the filling tub, where a solution -of prepared liquor fills them. This liquor is prepared in such a manner that it helps to preserve the oj'sters after they are canned. From th* filling tub they are carried to the “capper,” woo sold ers t e caps on. Fro n the capper they are carried to a large tray, which is placed by means of a crane or derrick, into the “pr - cess kettle,” where they are steamed some forty minutes, coming out prepared for table use. This “kettle” is made of cast iron, with an airtight cover fitting over the top. After the top is placed and fastened in posi tion, steam is turned into it by means of iron pipes from the t oiler, which keeps the heat in tho “kettle” at an even term erature, cooking the oysters sufficiently to preserve them for many days. They are then drawn out of the “kettle,” placed in the cooling tub until the cans are sufficiently cold to handle easily, when they are dried, pain ed over with lacquer, labeled and rased, ready for market. There is no trouble in securing a market for the bivalves, as orders for many thou sand cans are now waiting to be filled. The only trouble the firm has met with so far is in securing a sufficient number of “sbuckerß.” Mr. Hunt, the senior member of the firm, has bad thirty-four years’ experience in the canning business. He invested his money in the business at this point, because he is convinced that Brunswick possesses groat ad vantages over other ports in the matter of shipping facilities. The firm have a large sum of money in vested in their works, and contemplate working 200 laborers before many days have passed. They aro now having made two large rafts, with house accommodations on board. These rafts will be anchored at the oyster grounds, with a squad of men alwavs aboard, and as fast as one raft is loaded it will be towed to the docks, unloaded, and taken back to the grounds, thereby keeping a supply of oysters always in readiness for the shuckers. Animal Poison. From the Atlanta Constttuitfrn , March IT, 1880. The great increase in mortality resulting from tho bites of rabid dogs and cats is alarming; and the fact that quite a num ber of fatal cases have been recently re ported in which tho animals had exhibited no signs of rabies, adds to the alarm. The case of the family in Walton county, Georgia, is an instance of this. The cat which pro duced the fatal consequences was an ordi nary bouse pet. and was not rabid at all, as far a* appearances go. Is it not, then, a question whether the bite or saliva from all animals is not poison to fie human family when carried into the circulation either by swallowing or corni ig in contact; with an exposed surface, as a cut on the flesh? The reporter learned yesterday, of a very remarkable case, which is about this: A lady in a Southern city own<d a poodle dog, which was a great pet; wa* in the habit of fondling a id kissing it as is often the case. Tho dog contracted distemper, and the fialiva poisoned the lady. Sho broke out in great blotches and sores, deep ening into muligant ulcers, which, of course affected her general health; from a handsome and most attractive woman she was r> duced to a mere skeleton. Her cas i baffled the physician*, and she wa* carried to her mother’s home to die. This 1 -dy began taking Swift’s Specific on the 26th of February last, and on the llth of March wav so much improved as to he able to go home again. She thinks S. S. S. will cure her entirely. Another Case. Mr. Ji-hu F. Heard, of Auburn, Ala., says that his little boy milked a cow while his finger had a flesh cut on it; the saliva of the calf was taken into the circulation of his blood. The hand and arm broke out, in eruptions and sores, which gradually ex tended to his back and bodv. The sore* were deep away down under the skin. They were angry looking, and had no di liosition to heal. Ho got two bottles of Hwift's Specific, and it cured him sound and well, and greatly improved his general health. Hydrophobia. “Do you think Swift’s Specific will e-adi cate the virus of animal poison f was asked of Dr. J. Dickson Smith yesterday “I believe it will,” was the reply. “8. S. 8. cures all blood taint by forcing out the poison, and 1 think if a person Kitten by a rabid animal should begin the Specific at once, and keep it up in full dose*, that it would rid the system of the poison and prevent hydrophobia.” . FIELDING A WATCH DOG. DETAILED TO GUARD MR. ABTOR BILI’3 BRIC-A-BRAC. And He Has Some Queer Adventures with a Marouls—A New Device for the Protection of Portable Prop erty. (Copyright 188 M N*w York, March 23.—“ Howdy.” said Inspector Byrne*, putting his arm a flection - stsly over my shoulder, “how much is your dress suit in for this week I" “Three, fifty, inspector,” said I producing the ticket, “and no guarantee against loss by moth, rust or robbery.” “Well, it’ll have tobs got out this after noon,” he said. “Jay Asterbilt is going to givo a reception to-night, and bc’ssentd wu for a watob-dog for the bric-a-brac. Do you know a titled foreign kleptomaniac wneu you see him!” “Do I) Well you bet I don’t let any old world diplomat rake down bric-a-brac under my nose,” The genial inspector smiled approvingly, and theu he gave me $5 for the dress suit, and my inKtructioos. At 8 o’clock I was admitted to the Astor bilt mansion. Jay piloted me up the back stairs, snd as he did so he remarked: “Her jags—excuse me, Mre. Astorbilt— is waiting for you with a needle and thread. It’s a mere formdltr, you know, and, of course, you won’t object to her sewing up ▼our pockets before turning you loose on the house. ” “Certainly not,” said I. “This pair of handcuff- that I brought in case of emer gency will hang over my waistband all right.” When Mrs. Astorbilt had fixed me up so that she thought I would be safe, Jay took me down stairs. I was really surprised at the number of costly trifles of no eartldy use to anybody that were scattered about that house. It was new to me. Il ad never made any effort to get into society' in New York, audas nobody elsp had taken the matter in hand. I had staid out. HOW THE MARQUIS PARTED WITH THE INK STAND. “Old nan,” said I, “it 1 * going to be a big job to watch all this collateral. Shall you have among your guests ?” And 1 breathed a name into his ear. “Oh yea; he’ll be here, but he’s all right. He never steals anything hut railroads. Besides some of this stuff will take care of itself. All of it that is made if metal is oounocted with a big dynamo down cellar. When you see any suspicious charao ers hanging around it j ist turn on the current by pressing the button a id it will shake the spinel cola (ou out of anybody that pu'* a baud ou it. The rest of the stuff is fastened down. See”—and he lifted a heavily jeweled inkstand. A big rubber band con nected the bottom of it with the table. It would come up about two feet easily enough and then the band got in its work and brought it back. The mantel ornaments were fastened with chains, and most of them connected with the battery. By the time bo bad eh wa mo these inter esting precautions the guests began to ar rive. Their appearance reassured me. Most of them evidently lacked the sense to steal anything. I was beginning to feel safe when the flunkey announced “M. 1 > Marquis de Booze-Frappee.” I did not like the looks of Booz?y. He had an eve that moaut busi ness. Thereafter I devoted most of my atten tion to the marquis. He behaved pretty well up to supper time, but when they hat out the feed his na tural acquisitiveness began to assert itself. However, I only pitied him for that. Mr. Astorbilt has a #IO,OOO cook and you want to look out for him. He is expensive, but inasmuch as most of the members of Mr. Astorbilt 1 * family leave him something when they die. and furthermore, as Mr. Astorbilt nimself eats very little at ho :.e. the cook manages to make his salary good almost every rear. When the Marquis de Booze-Frappee had taken a couple of quarts of champagne, be began to look really dangerous. I shadowed him in the parlor, and for the next ten or fifteen minutes I had the electric current running almost all the time. Tue marquis got so electrifljd finally that his hair stood up straight all over his head, and when ho touched anybody there was a blue spark over a foot long. THE MAIDEN’S SURPRISE. I was In hopes that this display of ths aurora-bores lis would discourage the mar quis, but it didn’t. In a little while I saw him ticking up to the table where the jewele i inkstand lav. With that easy, care less movement of both hands under his coat tails, so characteristic of true nobility, he hid the inkstand from sight at he leaned against the table. When he moved awav again he took the inkstand with him in his pocket. If he could have put the table in it would have been all right, but of course he didn’t realize the necessity for it. He began to realize it more and more, how ever, as lie moved off toward the center of the room. The rubber band stretched tighter and tighter. The noble marquis began to paw air and make noprogres*. He uttered a few French oaths from the corner of Bleecker street and South Fifth aveuue, and half the lining of his coat carne away so suddenly that the marquis weut forwurd upoa hit nunc. Tin* inkstand, however, re turned to its place under the influence of the rubber hand, and sat there smiling as if not dng had happened. Mr. Astorbilt apologized to Booze-Frappee, and took him to tne conservatory out of the reach of temptation. I followed in a few minutes, but, was unable to find the marquis till, half an hour later, I heard his voice behind a hank of plants and flowers. I crawled up, put my head between two cactus leaves, and took an o servation. The marquis was on his knees before an ancient maiden lady of tbe bouse of Astorbilt. He was applying many terms of endearment not justified by her personal appearance,and as she thoughtfully hid her far*e behind her fan he re > oved a glittering bracelet from her delicate not to say bony wrist and put It in bis packet. Then be picked a few loose THE MORNING NEWS: SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1880. diamond ornament* off the front of h r dross and resumed tils seat. She was unable to recover from her em barrassment sufficiently t> leroeive that a ytliing unpleasa it had been going 01 ; hut I am 100 chivalrous to permit bunco games of this kind to go on in mjr presence. Steady ing n yaelf by resting my c dn on the edge cf a cactus leaf 1 skillfully picked the pookot of the marquis. He hat le-n doing a better business than I hud supposed. The pocket that ha in’i been torn out was nearly lull of interesting and valuable souvenirs of the occasion. I took them all out, ami tueu for fear that 1 1* marquis would miss their weight 1 cleverly substituted my hand cuffs. THE MARQUIS GETS READY TO DEPART. About t&n minutes ufter that Miss Astor bilt recovmo 1 sufficiently from tho hock of a too great honor to miss her bracelet. The marquis saw that he would have to give it up. “Ah,” *aid he, “it have fallen on ze fl >or. Close up ce* beaux yeur, and I will haf honairo to put ze bracelet on ze virisi more beautiful than it.” Having made her shut up her erwi tho marquis made a dive for his pocket. He was o Agitated that before he knew what he was about he had 1 cktvi one of the handcuffs on to her wrist. She opened her eyes and yelled murder audsuicido. The econe was too pai sful." I turned my h?a 1 away, and * hen I turned it back again the Marquis de Bo >ze-Frappee had fled, and the elderly Ac torbilt ban fainted. Half an hour afterward I saw tie marquis in his overcoat ready to go. There \va*a bunchiness about his exterior that made mo *uspiciou3, bo I put old Astorbilt on the trail, and we took the marquis into a room by himself, and made him givo up. The result was somewhatdisappoiutiug. He had a lady\> sealskin cloak on under his over coat, a few Japadfese idols hero and there, and a couple of solid silver cuspidors in his side poekar.*, but beyond the* * trifles there was little of value. Mr. Astorbilt was tickled at tho way I had done rny work, and he sai 1 I could Take one of the cuspidors a-id see what 1 could get ou it. Howard Fielding. Weatber Indications. “] Special indications for Georgia: Rain, prece led by fair weatner < n t.e Atlantic coast; stationary tem perature, followed Sunday by slightly cooler; southeasterly gales. Wasbinqton, March 23. 1889. Observer, Savannah, (in.: Holst cautionary southeast signals at lb: ift p m. for Savannah and Savannah section. Storm In central Gulf. Easterly gales beginning at H a. m. Sunday. Also ordered for Jacksonville and Jacksonville section. Qreely. Comparison of moan temperature at Savan nah. March 23, 1589, agd the mean of same day for fifteen year*. Departure I Total Mean Temperature from the Departure for 15 years Mob. ’Sit. --or Jan. 1,11)89. 67 : 68 j - 1 | B7) Comparative rainfall state nont: I Da art tire \ Total Mean Daily! Amount from the Departure Amount for; for ' Meau ! Since 16 years. Mch. ’B9 .j or— | Jan. 1,1889. 13 i 1 00 I_ - .13 ! 4.10 Maximum temperature, 64 9; minimum tom perature, 45.6. The hight of the river at Augusta nt 7:33 o’clock a. in. yesterday (Augusta time! was 10.3 feet, a tali f U.fl lcol during tho past twentvfotir hours. Observations taken at the same moment of time at all stations. Savannah. M;ir. 'i *:3 ) ’i; v . m .. City time. NAME or STATION*. Norfolk 48 W ( loud lens. Charlotte 6tt N E.i Cloudless. Hatteras . 42 8 E Cloudless. Point Jupiter, Fla. 688 F. f ' ... rioull s*. Titusville 66 E 12 ...Cloudless. Wilmington 62 H Cloudless. Charleston 64 8 W... I— Cloudy. Augusta 66 8 ! Cloudy. fiAVANNAir .. 60 N K G . . I'My cloudy Jacksonville 68 N E ... Cloudy. Cedar K**ys. F, 1-' P’tly cloudy Key West ?i K 1* ... Cloudless. Atlanta 58 8 E * . < loudy. Pensacola 68 8 F 12 .12 Cloudy. Mobile 60 8E l i .42 flaming. Montgomery 64 K 8 . Cloudy. New Orleans 64 K 1.30 Cloudy* . Galveston 64 N I*' . 14*CloiKtf. Palestine 52 W 6' :¥> Raining. Brown-sville . .. 62 NW 6 'Cloudless. Rio Grande I 6w N 8 |Cloud!ea*. *T denotes trace *>2 rn nfall M. J. Wrioht. Jr.. Observer Signal Corps. LEMON ELIXIR. Its Wonderful Effect on the Liver, Btomach, Bowels, Kidneys and Blood, As prepared by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta, Ga. A pleasant lemon drink that posi tively cures all Biliousness. Constipation, ludigesti >n or Dyspepsia, Headacue, Ma laria, Kidney Disease, Dizziness, Colds, I*os9 of Appetite, Fever*, Chills, Blotches, Hznplcf, all Impurities of t u e Blood, Pain in tho Back, Palpitation of the Heart, and all other disease* caused by n disordered liver, stomach and kidneys, the first great cause of all fatal diseases. 50 cents and $1 jer bottle. Sold by druggist*. Prepared only by H. Mozley, M. D., Atlanta, Geor gia- Lemon Hot Drops Cures all'Coughs, Cold*, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Pneumonia and all throat and lung diseases. Price U 5 rents. Sold by druggists. Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozeley, At la ta, Ga. President National Bank. McMinvilie, Term., writes: From experi ence in my family Dr. H. Mozley’s Lemon Exiixir has few, if any, equals, and no su penors in medicine for the regulation of the liver, stomac i and bowels. Dr. H. Mos ley’s Lemon Hot Drops are superior to any remedies we have ever been able to get for throat and lung diseases. W. H. Maqxekb. Tbe Rochester Beer. Do you drink lager beer? Ye*. Then try the Rochester Beer and we think you will say it is tho finest you ever drank. It is nure and wholesome, delicious and spark ling- no headachoin this U-eras it U nure and healthy. Drink Rochester Beer aud you will drink no other after tasting this. Sold by all first-clam grocers and bars. Tbe best remedy in tbe world for Syphi lis, Scrofula, Blood Poison and Rheuma tism is P. P. P., Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium. Temperature. : Direction. ! f? : i| 3 Velocity. 1 c j Rainfall. STATS or WEATHER. THE WONDERFUL CARLSBAD SPRING! At the Ninth International Medical Congress, Dr. A. L. A. Toboldt, of the University of Penn sylvania, road a papAr tilting that out of thirty ca*QH treated with the genuine imported Carlsbad Spriulel Salt, powder fortn, for chronic constipation, hypoc on Iria, disease of the liver and kidneys, jaundice, adiposis, diabetes, dropsy from valvular heart disease, dyspepsia, catar rhal Inflammation of tb stomach, ulcer of the stomach or spleen, children with marssmus, goat, rheumatism of the Joints, gravel, etc., twenty-six wore entirely cured, three much improved, and one not treated long enough. Average time of treatment, four weeks. The Carlsbad Sprudel Salt (powder form) i* an excellent Ajwrifnt, Laxative and Diuretic. It < sirs the completion, purifies the blood. Ills easily soluble; pleasant to take and permanent lit action. Tie genuine product of thaCaftabad Springs is exported In round bottle*. 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IvAiiney A Goebel: Dear hire—lt ulfordH m nrent pleasure to wri’“ you these lines, say lug that I am d-!ight-d with the ruccmw of my Photos, and would kindly ask you to send me two more of the largest size to Louisville, Ky., which will give yh'i five weeks’ lime to finish them. Miip Abbott lirtd Miss Annandgl* wi*b ‘m* 1 t 'pfrrh lime and ybu on'your very artDtic work, and also to tell you tWt they will call on you noxl season, hut- for you not to fojget when we get in your city again to drop her < Ming Abbott) a few lines, so ms t.o know what day to g*Uoq you. You shut! hear from me Boon again Yours very respectfully, .Miss NELLIK rUANKLYN, Emma Abbott Opera ( ompftoy V r Ert, hi JEW >'H, the Photographs were made I at HhTUMK-S & GUTi'LiiCB'S Photo. Gal lery. 159 Broughton street. They are simply perfect. The ‘’pip*r party” is next week, and I’ll have the cnildreVs photographs taken in costume. The crayon I gave mv husband is lifelike. Don't waste mon-*y on i rifles hut give him one also. JHEKMEH & GOl JLIKB‘B an* the best, anl their prices lowest. Yours, KATIE. DEAR FRED—You were right, the Savannah Photo (.’omi aiiy are making tine Photo graphs so cheap L'ahinets Cards $1 50, renter |1 per dozen. I had some made. Meet ine there. Gallery over Collatt Bros.’ shoe store. 149Broughton street. Your JKNNIK. \\l ILLIK If you want to enjoy your meals, uid-rynur Beef. Muflon or Veal from Joyce the Co.d btora.e Man. Hih supply is alw nvu complete to suit the most fastidious. LIZZIE. QTX ’PUMDIVG - Pk f. ADOLPHGRITZNER cure*coins, bunions and ingrowing toenails at once positively without pain or drawing blood. beautifies finder nails and cures biting and diseased nai a. Office 149 Broughton street, between ty’bltaker and Barnard. Hours, Ba. m. to 8 r u.;Sunday 9 a. u. to 2 v. k. MKARA the Tailor, opposite Marshall House. spring orders booming. Goods, prices and fit guaranteed will always tell Cotne akog, gentlemen, and inspect our largo line goodi from Browning, King Si Cos., successors to LoVeiiO & Cos., Broadway. Wo don’t quoto firices for ready-made, as w o don’t deal in that loc. Nothing nut first class work, made strictly - -r J' r, from lAtet t vic good*. IN reply to Luddeo A Baton* advertisement of la f Sunday, I would state thAf T have never bought from their firm a “Mathushcc or any other piAno.” Mas K, GEM UNDEN. -tltfV"’ - *- OIL J. Br LANIER hns removed to the north west corner of Bull and Liberty n’reets, hr 1 resume practice THIS MORNING. HELP WAUSd. VI/ ANTED, salesmen for dress goods and K clothing departments, salusi.uijtx<. lads and cutsh boys; also a: prentices in our millinery work Mom; references required. A. K. ALT- M A YF.lt Sl CO. fTAIU >BB W \ NTEI Two good MSt makers L can have steady employment and good bills tad. Apply to BERNARD BRADY, 13814 God* gross ht root. (lARPENTERR. Two young men can get J work. Apply to A. J SNKDEKKR, ready to go to work, Monday morning at (Jourt House Vault. __ ■firANTED, a white s-rvant to cook for a vv family at Beanli-u; references required. Apply at. No. 135 New Houston street. fir ANTED.- A first-class moulder can get ▼ ▼ steady employment at BCHOFIELD’H IRON WORKH. Macon, Ga. Vlf ANTED, at onoe, a settled woman to cook m and do light house work. Apply 109 Broughton street \I 7 ANTED, a first-class carriage smii h; none tt Other neod apply W. if. RAYA CO. \ GENTS WANTED. A leading N*w York publishing house, with Southern branch Iu Atlanti. sill engage on lile-r.AI terms gentlemen of Intelligence, energy and good address as agent# in the 8 uthern States. Address T. K. OGLESBY, I‘uhhsbeni' Manager, Atlanta, Ga. EMPLOYMENT WANTED. YI7ANTED, by a young lady, a position either ▼ v ns stenographer and type-writer, or to do copying. Adores* Miss P , 116 York street,. \V >l7*o M\ N would lik<* posltloil as Stalk In some office; can furnish best city refer ence ; salary no object. Address W. L., Morn mg News. \ YOUNG MAN would like a few morn col lections to attend to at 8 per c**ut; bond given if r*i|ulf*d. Ad lrtss K . Morning News. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. It' A NTKD. —Any one having a three or flve m room fur ijistnyl uou>e, in or out of the city, run find a good tenant by with terms and locality, F. If. G., this office. Ur ANTED, a purchaser tor four share* Metropolitan Loan Stock. 8. M. GIBSON, 116 Bay treat. I OAN ass'Kdatlon stocks of ail kinds wanted; 1 j best prices glrcu. HAM K. PLATbiiKE, Broker, C, nouthsrn Bank. I OAN ASSOCIATION STOCK of all kind* J wonted by ROWLAND Si MYERS, 102 Bay street, MISCEI/LANEOrs WANTS. ANTFiD. lot fifty or sixty feet frontage ' * and atauit twice as deep; describe location fully, giving price. Address BUYER, Box lid, Morning Nows. Wf ANTED, by single gentleman, An unfur* * * nislnfci room; first-class loc dity. not south of Liberty street. Address VERITAS, Morning News. \V ANTEP, flat of three unfurnished room* ▼ * by couple without children: must not- he farther soutn than Liberty street. Address, stating term*. FLAT, Morning News office. ROOM* TO RENT. poT rknt Having leased a flat most r ho a ti fully sjtuaiea on the northern side of Liberty street until the fall, and having no further use for Jt. will re lease it. at a sacrifice Flat oonslsfa of three connecting fioms, besides a private bath room. Address A. FALK & SONS. ■ T7OR RENT, nicely furnished south rooms, I private family; all convenie cs; reason able terms. 12 Abercom street, frouting square. l?OU RKNT, delight fui south room, with privi * lego of bath, also meals if desired: terms reasonable. J. A MOoRK, 157 Liberty street. pOR RENT, one furnished room for gent'6- I men, and three unfurnished for light house* keening. 4‘Jl* Charlton atreut. qq iMNum ss street Large furnished O#/ room, suited (or young men or light bouHHkee|iing. I7OR RENT, furnished or unfurnished rooms, with or Without board. Apply 50 Whitaker street. Ij'Oß RENT, a flat of rooms, centrally located, on uioderte terms. Address 8., care News office, POR RENT, At 118 .Junes stroAt. A delightful 1 suite *j i rooms Will l>e rented low t> right party. Call after 10 o'clock. HOUSES AND STORES FOR RENT. RENT, throe-story brick dwelling on Taylor street, between Drayton and At>er eorn streets, until October Ist next. Address BROWN, care this oftloe. IjX)R RENT, a U-story house between Price and Habersham on Huntingdon street. Apply at corner. F. WEBBEL&. IT' OR RENT, house south went corner Wald burg and Montgomery streets. Apply 178 liberty street. T?OR RENT, two brick houses on Macon street, I between Habersham aud l’nce. E. J. KENNEDY. H'OR KENT, house corner l*rioe and Gordon st rerit lam*. Apply corner Price aud Uor don at roots. Ij'Oß RENT, house No. 7 Tattnall street; all modern improvements. Apply G. W. PARISH. 17^0 R RFAT, two houses. Apply (VI B ough ton street. Hol SI FOR RENT, No. 151 Duffy street Apply within. 1?OR RENT, that desirable residence 5S> Har rls street: modern iiriproveuieuu aud In thorough repair. Apply corner Lincoln and Harris. \ STORE on the Bay, Brunswiok, Ga., for re'it: a tnby store corner Ray and Mans Held streets suitable for wholesale or retail, the be*r stand in the city for ship chandler or wholesale grocer. rosHesslou given the lftt of April. Apply to D. JAMES DILLON, Bruns wick. (la. FOIt SALE. CO LIGHT RUNNING that A No Dltiudsl * ’ cotton is strong enough for a band t< • run ii We refer to the New High Arm No. U Wheeler A WJlhou Sewing Maohjne that lias re cently been placed on the market, and is pro nounced by the best experts tin uuapproac *<*d In < vcellenec by uny other mactiine. ,1. W. TEMPLE .V- CO.. No. 108 Broughton street, have these machines on sale. Call and sec the machine, ug a will pay you to <l*> av |3OR Bale, tine dwelling, with lot 00 feet I front, in the heart ol the city. Apply to 1. v. Laroche & Bon. _ _ r PIIK NEW HIGH ARM NO. 0 WHEELER A 1 WILSON SEWING MACHINE is now ou wale by .1 \v TEKFLK A CO., li*B Broughton street.. It is almost noiseless and ho light run ning that any lady’s health is safe in using it, and on this account i< recommended by ad physicians who are at all lau.iliar with Rawing machinery. Be not deceived by any misrepre sentations f designing competitors with In fer! r goods. TEEPLE A (JO. are responsib.e and are ttere to ley. I.X)R SALE, at Jfde of Hone, three suit on of Bcdroo i* Furnituro, flue Cherry Dining Table, Cook Ktote, Refrigerator, Porch Chairs, Bateau. Garden Tools, open Buggy. Saddle, Chickens, Ducks, etc.; big bargains. Apply on premises, or at L. A8.8.M. H. F. E. Mo* ARTHUR. A TTENTION.REALFRTATEINVESTORS. - i\ We have on hand several pleo-s of Im proved and unimproved oity property whioh wo hi u olio ring at- a bargain; call on us and *O6. R WLANb A M VERS, pr IT'Olt SALE, eggs for hatching from sing’e comb Brown leghorns and Plym >utu Rocks; this is the month to sett hens Go to LYONS’, COOPER H or HEIDT’B and get a set ting of eggs, and raise chicken* that it will pay you to ko i A BTONIBHING BARGAINS in Funulurc. i \ One do lar Window Shades; Upholstering. Repairing, Mattresses made to order, Mat tress-.g renovated by patent process; lowest prices. FOX'S, 30 Whitaker street. FX)ft SALT, a lot .‘VOxIW on Eighth street, be tween Montgomery And JeffersoU streets. Terms: SIOO tßtsb. and sl4 por month for thirty six months, or S6JO cauh. C. 11. DOKSETT, Real F.Atate i >alar. tT'OR BALE, at eleven dollars j>er month, for I thirty rlx months, without interest, a lot on Twelfth street, between Barnard and Whitaker Hire ts, SOxdO. C. H. DORSET?, Real Estate Dealer. |X)R SALE. 38 building lots for SG.OjO: ~Tlie I finest in\e stinent offering. Apply to J. L. WHATLEY, 11H Bryan street 17OR RALE, a choice 'flO-sore farm In Co manchecounty. Karma, three miles from county seat; price $.7 i*jr acre, will double in two years; must Hell. J. R. JOHNSTON, To peka, Kansas. |X)R HALE, a handsome D?von milch cow, I wit i young calf, second csJf; a good milker and perfectly don, Ga. TT'OR HALE, 10-acre farm on White Bluff r road. A jiply I.JD. La KOCIU: Sl HON, \RARE CHANCE - For sale cheap, good will and fixtures of a small s ore on Broughton street. Address 0., News office I7V>R SALE, six fine Jersey cows with young 1 olives. Apply at corner Holton and Lin coln strents to JOHN J. Mc MaHON. r PHE very finest meats of all kinds sold very 1 cheap al HARRIS', corner Whitaker and Taylor streets I mot -v Ha . In I lots to uit* purchas rs. at OoWAN 8 WAREHOUBE, foot of Montgomery utreeL A RARE BARGAIN.-Beautiful residence In i’ulalka, Fla.; large pouse, with L. ten rooms; fine location; flues and oloeeta in all roomH; at a bargain if sold so*>n. 8. A ADAMS. Jacksonville, Ha., or If. If. FIELD, Paiatka. Fla. """ ——!■■■ I. V LOST. rOHT, on Friday afternoon, on Bay st reet. J between Whitiker and Barnard, a letter (postmarked Philadelphia). Finder will witter n favor by returning -arne to Newit office. I>aKTY who took br mistake red shawl from Purlin hail will gladly return hum to !7$ Hall street and receive theirs in exchange. lOBT. a very small Black and Tan Bitch j Puppy. Reward at LIVINGSTON'S Phar macy. Bull and State. IOKT, st Forsyth Park, book “Pickwick J PajstrV* by Dickens, please deliver 1M Hull street. Suitable reward. BOA Kin N(.. Barnard 410 pleasant rooms. RAFFLE. RAFFLE.— -The yacht Hattie wilf he raffled Wednesday morning, at 11 o'clock* at Manning's Restaurant. i in ■ ■ i mmmmmmmmm MISCELLANEOUS. f 'HEAP WORK at BORRIHS’.thd Upholsterer V ' and Cabinet Maker. Families can have tbeir Furniture packed with care and shipped to their dealt *atlon. Kemsujber the place— Congress aud Habersham. CONDENSE!) MII-K. NO MORE TROUBLE ABOUT |M|l|L|K| If You Buy tho Unsweotenod and Unskimmed Free from Sa?ar or Chemicals □ ▼ IT IS CREAM COMPARED WITH OTHER BRANDS. No Summer Complaints. No Sour Stomachs, li is a Blessing to Every Family. It accomplishes all that Fresh Milk doe:’, mil is ECOOMI C A. L . Both Prof. 11. C. White. State Chemist, and Mr. A. M. Strahan, Asst. State Chemist, have made complete analyses of the HIGHLAND MILK, and hiohly rkcomuknd it. Wa will be pleased to forward copies of ih sir analyses and re marks upon the qualities of the milk upon application. Sold by all Grocers. S. GUCKENHEINER & SON, SOLE AGENTS FOB GEORGIA MI6CILLA N EOUB. AAA LOANED bv the TITLE OUARAN TEE AND LOAN COMPANY, to be rep iul within (* year* aud 10 mouths by weekly p tymsnts of $J 50 each. This i*fl iht cent, per Annum for the average time. Apply at 136 Congress street. WILL he leaned by the TITLE v l•OUlr guarantee and loan com PANY, to be I'epall within years and 10 months by weekly payments of $5 each. This is Hpcr cent, per annum for tho average time. Ai>)>iv at 18OongTf ItMit. piRTHDAY I*R£SKNT8 —Oomine y faut— J> Lady’s Gold Watch, Oeatloiuan's Hold Watch, Boy's Silver Watch. Gold Earring. Gold Scarf Pin, Breastpin, Wat ih lx>eket. Bracelet, Bab) *a G Id King, etc Five years* of a<jnaru an 1 ku< - ••aafui busruess tellft the late of prices lower the lowest; quality better tiinn t * 1* -st rKGK AS. Watchmaker and Jeweler, 110 Hroinrbton Htreet, Savannah, Ga. THF K.TUKLSIOR PHOTO. OALLKRY, 177 I <’oncr*K street, is still offering a dozen flue (Cabinet Photographs for $2. A trial will c uv.ii- * all ((>-' our work is batter and our prices a*< low as anywhere m town b-graph is guarantsetl and satisfaction war ranted THE EXCCTiIIOR PHOTO. GAL LERY, 177 COItgrOM ft!reef. * J 7 VERY LADY PURCHASER at our store on I j to-morrow (Monday) will i>e presented with a niwie of wleot Sh et Mim e or a handsome Souvenir. A. N. O'KEEFFK & CO, Druggists, i\ \ NCtNG ft( H< M H h) Mo> BI ROER. at I " Armory Hull Monday. Tuesday, Fri lay, at P:$0; at Yonge s T uesday, Thursday. Katurday, at 4; Thursday, h-u'ur-iay, at 8. Pupils can at ten 1 alt her. .1 TIBHLKR, Tailor, rem-.v,,] t-- Dull street. I7INE Cabinet Photograph* a specialty at 1 HERMES A GOTTLIEB’S, 159 Broughton sirsei. Work guarauteed. ALPINE HERO tea. Diamond Vera Cura, and Hoff’s Harmless Headaoh- i'owders, at STRONG'S Drug Store, Bull and Perry street Uaa PARTI EH seeking investments in real estate will Hod it to their Interest to oall on a* ROW I, \ND A MYERS, Real Katate Agents, 1(M Bay street. r pHO3K who are Indebted to the Wheeler A 1 AVI Ison :ew*n; Machfni Company will please call on J. W. TEEPLE A CO., who have the clams in band for collection, and make payirmui to them OPECIaL ATTENTION paid to the collection O of rents. K< tWLAND A. M VUtH, Itoul Es street. W.M BOUHAN Contractor and Builder, oor ner of Huntingdon and Meruer streeU. D£AL ESTATE OWNERB having property IV which they wish to dispooe of <|uickly, and at hfcflMH prices, will do well to call onus ROWLAND A MYERB, Real Estate Agents, m Bay street. E* NGA(fEMENT RINO6a specialty FF.GEAB. J Jeweler, 110 Brodghtoo street, Hair and Jewelry Store. HAVE ju't received a fine line of Spring HampleK, Call and le convinced* A rent for D. Klein A Dro., PhilaielphU. I*. BTEIN* BACH, 7 Bull street. DOUND, the surest thing tor killing lied I Bugs. 25c. LIVINGSTON’S Pharmacy. Bull ana State. * SEE “Important to the Public'' In Special Notice column of this morning’s News DR. BCOTTS ELECTRIC PLASTERS Brushes, Dr. J. A. McGill's Orange Bio* •oou. At BYMONB A M ELL'S. fpHE best and cheapest, assortment of wall I paper in the Hty at JOHN G. BI TLER'S, • IOANS negotiated on marketable securities J and city real estate by BAM K. PLATS! IKK, Broker, R'-ornd, Boutheru Bank f'ILOTHJ NO cleaned, repaired, and dyed; gur ) rnents made to order; clureii moderate; sat isfaction guaranteed. A (JET 2, tailor, 291* Jef fereon etreet. Special attention given to country orders. Divorce la wr or Illinois, send ioc. lAigtl advice free. CORNELL A SPENCER, Chicago, 111. nit. BLANfrH VEfJKTARLE MCITRATIVE will positively cure dyspepsia, lifer com Slain t sud general debility. At SYMONS A ELL’S, Aifeutß, corner West Broad ariUCnarl ton street#. FREHII SUPPLY Drugs, Medicines, Per furriery, Toilet Articles, C—dlf, Cigars, Tobacco. ure-crlptions carefully compounded. At SYMuNS \ Ml Ll/8 To OWNERS OK FINE H 1 known stallion uarftdd is now Kiauding for the Neaeon of IHSO. For terms apply T. L. BROWN, Anderson and East Broad streets. C CAPITALISTS con place their money sufely / and at good rates through HAM K. FLAT SIIEK, Broker, Room C, Southern Bank. FOR MALE. For Sale Or Rent, AT PALATKA, FLORIDA ANKW HOTEL J l completed, containing twenty-three room, exclusive of kitchen and outbuildings: located directly opposite the Union Stfttion, where twenty-six railroad trains arrlre. as made up and depart (eery twenty - four hours. The location of thin hotel as a rail road house and bar cannot be surpasaed In tba south, with gas, street car aarrice and water. Address, or call upon JOSEPH F. DEAN. ialavka, Fl*. it iw Steal aii lijluts By Laßoche & McLaughlin, AUCTIONEERS. 4 On WEDNESDAY, March mh, W,i, at \\ .4 o'clock, before the Custom House door in Ba vaunah, Ga., will be sold The tug “8. WINPENNY,” rebuilt In 1888, in good order; 17 square cylinder, 85 fet long and 14 feet wide; drawing feet water. Now uudor good contract for five months. —ALSO— The tug‘•MAGGIE,” suitable for towing bsrgeg and flat* on light draught of water, ieugth 56 fet., 14 feet wide; iron and wooden tankH, bold ing about 8,300 gallons fresh water; good pumps and Miearn draws 5 feet water;cylinder 14 inches, stroke 13 inches. —ALSO— Steamer “BEMINOLE,” draws 4 feet fl inches water, keel condenser, also tank, and la now In perfect order; licensed to carry 50 passengers; outfit complete. —ALSO— -8 BARGKH sealed inside suitable for carrying rice or any.other freight offered, —AIOO— -2 FLATS. —ALSO— -1 PILE DRIVER with friction engine 8 year* old; will hoist 8,000 pounds on single whip. Ail* ready for work. f —ALSO— BYRNES’ MARINE RAILWAY foot of East Br>>ad street, Savannah, Ga. The above can be treated for at private sola before the day of auction by application to LaROOHE a MCLAUGHLIN, Auctioneers, 110 Bryan st reet, Savannah, Ga. LEGAL SALES. CHATHASI SHERIFF S SALE. WILL be sold on MONDAY, March 36th, IMBO. at the new Court Home, on Presi. dent and Whitaker streets, at 11 o’clock a. m., the following personal property: 1 Refrigerator, 3 Sideboards, Beer Pump, Counter, Show Case. Chairs, Cigarettes, Clears, 6 barrels Whisky, barrel Rum, 3 barrels Gin, V 4 cask Sherry Wine, Pictures. Emp y Jugs, to bacco, Bottles Beer, Bottles Liquor, Bitter Bottles, Bar Bottles, Glasses, Waiters, Tin Measures, etc. Raid property levied upon by virtue of a mortgage fl. fa. issued out of Chatham Su;> rfov Court in favor of 8. OUCKKNHEI <EK i SON vs. OWFNH A McOLELLAN, and sold to satis// •aid mortgage fl. fa. Terms cash. JOHN T RONAN, Hheriff 0. Cos., Ga. FU RNIBIII MG GOODS. IBRIFIUISK SfrilJ ilMKNflt — % WE ARE NOW IN RECEIPT OF A PARTICU LARLY HANDSOME UNE OF tliiij al Ms FOE EAJtLY SPRINO WEAR; TO WHICH WF. INVITE THE ATTENTION OF OUB FKIKNDB AND THE FUBLICH EEBPKCT rULI.Y, 1. FXK & SOWS. PRINTING, ETOjI MERCHANTS, manufacturers. m**r*,hL\U-. corporations, aud all other* in n.-ed al printing, lithograph in j. and blank hooka, can have their orders promptly filled at pr-oea, at the MORNING NEWS PRINTISS HOUSE. 3 Wuitakac strew*. RAN TING 3 Caßianlcfii Ateolulely Pore.