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English language arid the one about which the most tender and holy recol lections cluster is that ot Mother—she who watched our tender years; yet the life of every Expectant Mother is beset Ss. Mother’s Friend so assists Nature in the change taking place that the Mother is enabled to look forward without dread or gloomy forebodings to the hour when she ex periences the the joy of Motherhood. Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child, and she is left stronger after than before confinement. Sent by Mail, on receipt of price, SI.OO per bot tle .Bonk to Expectant Mothers” will bt mail ed free on request, to any lady, containing val uable information and voluntary testimonials. The Bradfli'ld ltey u Jut or Cos., Atlanta, G. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. * Health is Wealth, H*Aiii " ' 08. E. O. WEST’S KFSVE RNQ BRftlH TREATMENT UE OUIGit.AL, ALL OTIiLRS IivUTA; iUNS, - •: -:•••''•* p< >s itivc Written fcc. .lorizc-i agents only, to euro Weak Memory j ! ./.I;., v vVaUcfsJnoFs, l ilt;, iiyetoria. Quiet: 1 ! ' A \V' ,,t l-fosses, 10 vi l Dreams. I jack of Oonii ‘ " 1 v ‘ 'Wnesa, IjHf-A'itude, all Diaina, Youth i.il yrorrt, or lyeessivo U.-o of Tobacco, Opium. it iiiquor, which loadrt to Misery, Consumption, liiaanu.y atiu Death, At store or by mail, $1 a mix l i xvitti WB’ittCiaa ftsias*aPiteo to euro Oi* reinml money. Sump So, pack- containing five days r treatmont, with full ' instruct! <ih, 25 cents. One eamnloonly sold to ouch person. At store or by mail. Et 5S?”Red Label Special Extra Strength. For linpotoncy, Loss r.f WOT •3r & Power, Lost Manhood, V; iUA Sterility or Barrenness.!, ‘SPwr ,$t a box; six for $5, written iguiu-au terSjslCSCk i cpmvc tocurelnaOduya, At store " * . v itF-ORt or by mail. AFTER W. .1. BUTTS, The l'ruggist, cor. New cas tle and Glouces'er streets, Brunsv ick, Ga. Moderate prices. Telephone 27. Prescriptions a specialty. S £ *'OR HITIIEB SEX. LX lISSWR *3 This remedy being in * 1 jected directly to the seat of those diseases p p® of the Urnitfl-I rinai') JT* in Organs, reqaires no We? ® ehtsnge of diet. Cure - —i-.—■ guaranteed in 1 to 3— , '■Ti'Srz: days. Small plain pack ets l“f wrn by mail, SI.OO only by W. ,). Butts, the druggist, corner Newcrstle amt Gloucester streets Brunswick, Ga Moderate prices. Tel ephone 27. Prescriptions a specialty. ffl^l DIDJT Weakened One Man’s Constitution Until It Brought Him to Death’s Door. Mr. James S. Harrison, a well-known and highly respected citizen of Cleve land, 0., was for years a sufferer from dyspepsia and general debility, and in his weakened condition, resulting from the above causes, ho had the additional ill-luck to fall a victim to malaria from this complication of disorders. Mr. Harrison’s condition was becoming very serious, when he commenced to take P. P. P., Lippman's Great Remedy. Its effects wore marked and immediate. Read his letter to us. Its earnestness is apparent: Gentlemen: For the benefit of all suffering from dyspepsia and general debility I beg to submit my testimonial as to the efficacy of your P. P. P., Lipp nian’s Great Remedy, as a positive cure for all the distressing complaints from which I suffered. My system was also full of Malaria and my condition was growing very serious; 1 had no appetite, was losing strength and was completely broken down in health, but now my health is completely restored, and I can eat like ft field laborer, without the slightest fear of any serious results. 1 take great pleasure in telling the world that I*. P. P. did the grand work of restoring me to my accustomed health. Yours truly. JAMES S. HARRISON, Cleveland, O. If you get up f eel ing t i red and stupid, P. P. P. should be taken—it will make you feel well. P. P. P. cures eczema, that tortur ing, itching disease of the skin and blood. If your blood is kept pure, you will not be disfigured with pimples, boils and blotches. P. P. P. is the deadly foe and van quisher of rheumatism. Its effects are immediate and lasting, and it sol only relieves, but permanently’ cures. Scrofula, which is hereditary and deep-seated in the blood can be cured by P. P. P. It is the one and only posi tive cure for this dread disease. Sufferers from kidney troubles find immediate relief when they take P. P. P. as it cures all irregularities and re stores to nature her proper functions. Sold by ail druggist*. UPPMAN BROS., Apothecaries, Sole Prop’ro, Lippman’s Block, Savannah, Ga. SHIPPING REPORT. CCRKCCTKD DAILY BY CAI’T. OTTO JOIIANNK3GN WITH B. H. MABON Oi CO. ! . . FORT OK BRUNSWICK, June 10 1*97. '/'/'/WVYWWVVWVWv WWWV w WWWSa \j ARRIVED. Esmeraida, Dan bk, Pedersen, Guade loupe, Downing company. John H . Platt, Am scar, Ives,“New York, Baxter & Cos. CI.K\KKI. SAILED. IN BOUT. STEAMSHIPS. Ramon de Larrinag., Sp ss, 1981, Eche verria, Kew York, A. F. Churchill. BABES. Co'orado, Am ss, 2322, Risk, New York Mallory—Eernandina. Avonport. Br bk, 909, Doyle, Rosario via Barbadoea. Antonio Jane. Sp bk, SCO, Gabriel, Ha vana, Moynelo A Cos. Terißina, It bk, 091, Porta, Antwerp, Downing company. Leona. It bk.6U5. Aoampoia, Savannah, E D. M. Strachin. Guiseppe, It bk, 497, Crisinalo, Bahia, Downing company. Chili, Sw bk, 082, Saagstrom, Port Natal, Southern Pine company. Mod, Nor bk,519, Nielsen, Bahia, Down ing company. Eriheden. Nor bk, 030, bundley, Liver pool. Downing company. Nanna, Sw bk, 097, Paahlsson, Ham burg, Downing company. Suliana, Nor I>k, 732, bydersen, Buenos Ayres, Clark Bros. Adele Sanina, Nor hk,701, Christolfersen, Hull, Down ngcompany. Wakefield, Sw bk, 795, Martinsson, Table Hay, Downirg company Sereia, Port bk, 397, Olieira, Rio Janeiro,! Moynelo A Cos Neptun, Nor bk, 1180, Hackers. Gotten-! burg via Tybee, Downing company. • oi.stieio, Sp bk, 443, Gelpi, Havana, j I’orros Conductor, Br bk, 1003, bomb-id, Kio j Janeiro Hilton Dodgc -Rio Janeiro. BKIOS. aCiIOONKKS Elba M. Storer, Ain schr. 427, Haskell, New York. Hilton-Dodge—Boston. Jennie E. Bigh'er, Am schr, 615,Cross ley, l aried, Baxter & Cos- New York. baura Anderson, Am sclu, 013, Potter, New York, Baxter A Co.—New York John Paul Am 'chr, 352, Foes, Philadel phia, Hilion-Dodge—New York. bucy H. Russell, Am schr, 1081, Bishop, Boston, Broadhead—New York. ilielma, Am schr, 449, i ummings, Bos ton, Souti ern Pine company—Boston. Scotia, Am schr, 390. Philbrook, Gibara.. Torr ts. James B. Jordan, Am schr. 003, Hempel, Boston, Baxter A Co.—Philadelphia. James G. Beecher. Am schr. 790. Dunn, Philadelphia, Baxter & Cos.—New York. BEC APITI’L ATION. Steamships, 2; Ships, 0: Barks, 10; brigs, 0; Schooners, 11. Total. 31. Skip Notices. Neither the owner, consignee nor mas er of the British hark Avonport is responsible for any debts contracted bv the crow. CAPTAIN IH)YL, Master, Neither the owner, consignee nor master of the Norwegian hark M< and is responsible for any debts contracted bv the crew. CAP I'AIN NKELSON, Master. Teachers’ Examination. Notice is hereby given to all persons desiring to obtain licenses to teach In the public sell yols of t be city of Bruns wick and county of Glynn that an ex amination will be held for that pur pose at the High School building, on Mansfield street, on Tuesday, June 22, at 9 a. m. H. T. Dunn, County School Commissioner. Notice. From the Ist of June to the Ist of October our office will be closed on Saturdays at 1 o’clock. Parties hav ing business w ith us on that day will please come up to have the same trans acted by 12 o’clock. N. Kmanuki. & C'o. Boys, you are not in it if you don’t wear our “hot members” in shirts— Palmer’s. SOUTHERN RA:LWAY. * iCnEDULK IN KFFKOT MAY 2, 1227. i No. N*. No. No. Northbo-ud. al 1# „„ Cv. firunswiok. & iha fl i> 4flp HIS? Ar. Everett ft 35a 10 80a BSOp 910) Lv. Jesup 11 25a 10 X3p “ Suvrency '2 09p 11 00) “ Ra/.lehurst 1 03p 12 00. " Lumbar City 1 85p 12 19* * Helena 2 lOp ..... IoS “ Missler 2 24p 12J* " Eastman .. 2 45p ~ 1 .‘.4* " Empire , T 310 p " 11 M %xsa “ Cochran No. 98 21 So -1 3 48* " Macon iTSSa 4 tflp T Top 4 IS* “ Flovilla 9 84a 6 54p A 06j> 1 88* “ It. Oonongh.. 3.40 p BUp 619* Ar. Atlanta II 10a 7 48p 8 lap T 20* Lv. Atlanta S 90t> 10 OOp 10 OOp T 50* Ar. Chattanooga 9 dip 4 Bua 4 88a 100) Ar. Louisville - Ola *lsp I USp 6 09a Ar. Cincinnati, Q. A0 7 40a 7 80p T 3(lp 7 48* Lv. Atlanta 11 SOp 1200 m ~ ~ .... Ar. Washington 9 <op 6 42a *• New York 6 28a1248p| • "To \ Ta Lv. New York 'llsp fTIS* *• Washington 10 13p 1116* Ar. Atlanta SHp 6 it* Lv. Cincinnati, Q. A 0 7 3Jp 6 80. 8 80a. fS| “ Leulsviila 7 33p 7 43a 7 43a 7 85) Lv. Chattanooga 8 89a 19 OOp 10 OOp 805) Ar. Atlanta 1140a 4 OJ. 6 06. (05) Lv. Atlanta 4 lOp 8 25a 8 16. 6 80) " MoDonou-’h 5 lOp 0 15. 616a 9 85) “ Flovilla 554 p 7 OOa 981a 16 12) Ar. Macon 7 OOp 8 15a 10 50a 1110) Lr. Cochran 10 Jin .. 12 46* " Empire 10 27a 12 57a “ Eastman 10 89a 125* ** Miasler. 11 27. 1 53* " Helena 11 46a § 09* ' “ Lumber City . 19 45n 2 47* “ Ha/.lehuret ( 1 08p v '" ’ i 06* “ Surrency >,< * j 1 58p X "’ 8 67* Ar. Jeaup _ 2 tip 4 40* Lv. Everett ft 55a i 380 p 7Om 5 60* Ar. Brunswick 7 45al 4 SOp 8 OOp 6 30* Nos. 13 anil 14—“ Pullman sleeping cars b* tween Atlanta and Brunswick. Pullm.n drawing room sleeping cars between Jack sonville, Fla., and Nashville, Tenn., vi* Chattanooga. Nos. 9 and 10—Pullman drawing room sleep Ing cars between Atlanta and Louisville. Nos. 7 aud.B—Pullman sleeping ears betwee* Atlanta and Chattanooga. This car is placed In Union Passenger station, Atlan.a, for th reception of passengers at. 9:00 p. m. Connection at Union Depot, Atlanta, fer all points north, east and west. W. H. GREEN, J. M CULP, Gen’l Superintendent, Traffic Manager, Washington, D. C. Q W. A. TURK, 8. 11. HARDWICK, Gen’l Pass. Vgt. Asst. Gen’l Pass. Agk Washington, D. a Atlanta, Ga. THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1897. To the Centennial. The Southern railway will sell ex cursion tickets at $12.6(J Brunswick to Nashville, Tenu., and return for the TeunesseeCentennial, May-November. Kate of $12.60 limited to ten days lrom date of sale, and other tickets on sale with any limitation desired. Elegant Southern railway trains will be oper ated in special service between Bruns wick and Nashville. Travel via South ern railway. Full stock of gents furnishing goods at Palmer’s. To Nashville. _ The Southern railway announces a rate of $11.35 from Brunswick to Nashville, Tenn., and return for ac count ot seventh annual reunion United Confederate veterans. Irre proachable service. Schedules un equaled. See that your tickets read by way of Southern railway. Rob Roy Hour is line. Try it. Large plaid shirts and ties to match are all the go—See ours. Palmer. HATHOSHEK There are nut two makers in the United States who muuufuclure all parts of their Pianos in their own factory. Stein way is one of thene two makers. The M ATIiU - bJLKK Piano Company is the other. MATIIU&1I KK Pianos never fail. All are good. A cracked plate or sounding board has never been known, and their construction renders such imperfections absolutely impossible. MATHI'SUEK Pianos last a lifetime and keep in Tune and Order at one fourth the expense of other Pianos. So say purchasers and tuners generally. More MATJIUSHKIv Pianos in use South than of any other one make. I.udden & JJates have sold MATHU SIIKK. Pianos for over a quarter of a century and are stifl at it. Our salesman, Mr. A. ,f. McVeigh, will sell you one at our lowest Savannah or New Vork ware room prices. LUDDEN & BATES. Savannah, Ga., and New York City. MADE ME A MAN §AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE ALL Nervous Diseases— Failing Mem ory, Impofcency, Sleeplessness, etc., caused by Abuse and other Excesses and Indis cretions. They quickly and surely restore Lost Vitality in old or young, und fit a nmn for study, business or marriage. Prevent Insanity and Consumption if taken in time. Their use shows immediate improve 'lent and effects a CURE where all others fail. In sist upon having the genu f le Ajax Tablets. They have cured thousands and v ill cure you. We give a positive written guarantee to effect a cure in each case or refund the money. Price 50 cents per package, or six packages [full treatment] for $2.50. By mail, in plain wrapper, upon receipt of price. Circular free. AJAX REMEDY CO., n SStT£- For sale in Brunswick, Ga., by WILLIAM CROVATT & ( O. T*tc F?ccy Freshness , And a velvety softness of the skin is inva riably obtained by those who use PozzonTs Complexion Powder. iiiiii Under thi* bead advertisement* wl 1 be inserted for one cent a word for the first In serf ion, and for every insertion thereafter at the rate of half a cent a word. No ad vertisement will he taken for less than ten cents. Cash in advance invariably re quired for all advertisement* in this col umn. BUSINESS PERSONAL*. 'PY PEW KITING TAUGHT WITH FIVE X. weeks?* practice, s:>. PROF. S. M. FRY. FOR RENT-HOUSES. IjVJK BENT- LARGE AND COMMODIOUS ' dwelling;, Ol'.i Grant street, fronting Hanover square. \VM. ANDERSON,2OO Gloucester street. WANTED—MISCKLLANEO US. k-VWV'/v W'-'VA 'vy-v'-, ,A A/' " vi-yWirtAft/WW VLADY WANTED AS A CLERK THREE days iu the week in a dry gooilß store. Ap p y at this office. jell-lt „ Solicitors wanted—for dr. t\i. liiuge’* “The K-mli Girdled,” or his famous tour around the world, a thrilling story of 8 . \ age and harhaious lands. Four million Tal niagc’sbooks sold, and “The Earth Girdled” is his latest and giandesl. Demand enonnous. Every body wants tins famous book; only o. Big book, big commissions. A gold mine for workers. Credit given. Freight paid. Outfit tree. Drop all trash and sell tne king of hooks and make a month. Address for outfit and territory the DOMINION COMPANY, star building, Chicago. FOR SALE. SALE -OLD PAPERS, 25 CENTS PER . hundred. Apply this ollicc. IT'D It SALK-FIRST-CLASS 11-FOOT GIC. 1 best of condition: cheap for cash. Apply to E. 11. Mason 4 & Cos. jei-tf PAINE, MURPHY & CO., BROKERS Orders Executed O’er Our Private Wires For— COTT< >N, ST< MJ Ks, G R AIN AN I> PRO VISION S For Cash or on Margins. Local Securities Bought and Sold. Telephone, SUO. Board of Trade Building, Jackson Building, Savannah, Gn. Atlanta, Ga. J. B. ABRAMS, Brunswick Representative. Our line of $3.00 tan shoes can’t be matched anywhere.—l’atmer’s. Suffered Eighteen Years. Pains Departed aud Sleep ('ainei Mrs. Julia A. Brown, of Covington, Tenn . whose husband has charge of the electric light plant at that place, ha3 been a great sufferer. Her ailments and speedy ctfre are best described by herself, as follows-* “For 18 years 1 suffered from nervousness and indigestion. 1 tried every remedy rec ommended by family and friends, blit i ■Jould get no relief at ali. Two years ago, while being treated by three local physi cians. Dis. Barret. Maicy and Sherod* they Mrs. Julia A. Brown. informed me that 1 had become dropsical and that there was little hope for me. i then decided to try Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nervine, I was tlii n uuabiu t:> t. sleep until well on toward daylight, a- ' during ali this time I had a deep, boo-. pain In my left. side. I was most m inert* He,, indeed, hut after taking orin-half bottle of the Aen .ric 1 could sleep all night just as well as I over did. The Aervinc is the only remedy that gave mi any relief whatever. 1 am now web and strong, and l ihanlt God everyday vj my life for Dr. Miles’Nervine.” MRS. JULIA A. BROWN. Dr. Miles’ Nervine Is sold on a positive guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. A'! druggists sell it at fci, 9 bottles for $5, or ;t will he sent, prepaid, on receipt, of price by the Dr. Miles Medical Cos., Elkhart, lud. Or. Miles’ Nervine Re . s .!s; e a s , th GENUINE SP PHOSPHATE jS* i 4 U.M& ii PHOSPHATE PURE JJ r > unfaJ'/jg Jof )// ttfdnvy'ie/yeijes, (7t 3 of the. Wen/ous andston)ficf\ trOubk>s. Cm* rhe.nKM* I 1M ■!> la •< . fty •111 Ti.at Hot CINCINNATI O USA Invaluable for Kidney Trouble, Nervous E’sorders, Indigestion. ULLMANMOJSI SOUS PROPRIETORS That tired feeling wlncn eventually conies to a high liver is dissipated by Gin Phosphate. GIN PHOSPHATE diSels tile most obstinate case of Kid -7 y troubles. unfailing specific for kidney troubles, nervous disorders and indigestion. For sale by J. J. Lott, H. V. Douglas, Haas Liquor Cos Sig Levieon. D. G. Johnson, Wm. .1 nderson, Tob I iwmsn, M, Hi soli * Cos., J. K. S beppard, Albert Wenz. Repairing of firearms and bicycles done with neatness and and dispatch. All Work Guaranteed. Cor. Monk anil Grant Sts. 6-G P. O. KESSLER. C. A. CLARK, BARBER SHOP, 205 1 2 NEWCASTLE. Everything new and service llrst closs. We respectfully solicit your patronage. The Perfume of Violets ] The purity of the lily, the glow of the rose, and the flush of Ilebe combine in Pozzonx’b wondrous Powder. j OPEN EVERY NIGHT. Bon Ton Theatre. J. C. MORRIS - - - - - - - - Manager. May 31 and Rest of the Week. First Appearance of Forrester and Floyd, Comedy Sketch Artists, just from Proctor’s Theatre, N. Y. Continued Success of Miss Blanche Stetson, Male Impersonator and Singer. Third Week Of Miss Millie Morris, The Sweet Singing Sunbeam. Ihe Petite, Cute and Fetching Miss Lily Sheldon, The Up-to-Date Serio Comic. “Happy Dick” Samuels, The Baritone Pianist. Hotel St. Simon... ST. SIMON ISLAND, GA. Season of 1897, May 15 to Sept. Ist. Steamers leave Brunswick for Hotel four times each day, connecting with all trains. JACK H. CLANCEY, Mgr. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. |§t#J\ New leil, PtiiladeiptiiQ end Boston. Sailing From Brunswick, Ga.. PASSENGER SERVIGE. ~~ PROPOSED SAILINGS : Leave New York. Leave Brunswick. COLORADO... Friday, May 7,3,00 p.m. Friday, May 14,3.30 p. m. KIO GRANDE Friday, May 14,3.00 p. m ‘ Friday, May 21,0.00 a. in. COLOHA DO. Friday, May 21,3.00 p. in Friday, May 28, 3.00 p. m. KIO GRANDE Friday, May 28,3.00 p. m Friday, June 4, 7.80 a. m. For general information, steamers, trains, rates, etc., apply to any railroad agent, or to CIIAS; DAVIES, Agent, 220 W. Bay St, Jacksonville, flu. „ ............ A. P. MURPHY, Agent, Fcrnandina. Fla 11. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga. C 11. MALLORY & CO., flencral Agents, Pier 20. K. and 363 Broadway. N. Y. \S \W CUMBERLAND ROUTE summer SCHEDL’I.K. Effective May 31. UKUXSWIGK - CUMBERLAND -FERNANDI- N.V LIN E. Daily Except Sunday, Going— Leave Brunswick 8:00 am Arrive Cumbcrhtiul island 10:00 am Arrive Fcrnandina 12:00 am Returning— Leave Fcrnandina 1 ;:50 p m Leave Cumberland Island 3:30 pm Arrive Brunswick 5:30 pm Sundays. Going— Leave Brunswick .. . 8:00 am St. Simon Pier 9:00 a m Arrive Cianberland Island 11:00 a m Returnfcg-- Leave Cumberland Island 3:30 pm Arrive St.*Simon Pier 5:3,0 pm Arrive Brunswick 0:30 pm BRI NSWICK-ST. SIMON LINE. 4 Wkkk Days. Going— Leave Brunswick *8:00 a m 2:00 p m (SMX) pui Ar. St. Simon Pier 9:00 ain 3:00 p m 7:00 p m Retu rnihg-- Lv. st. Simon Pier .0:00 a m 9:00 ain 4:30 p m A r. Brunswick 7:00 a in 10:00 a m 5:30 p m On Sundays extra boat will leave St. Simon 10:45 p. m. •SUNDAYS. Going-- Leave Brunswick 8:00 ain 10:00 ain 2:00 p m Returning-- Lv. St. Simon Pier. 11:30 a m 5:30 p m 10:45 p m Note--!-ar will leave St. Simon Pier for hotel on arrival of steamer from Brunswick. Re turning will leave hotel for St. Simon Pier 15 minutes before schedule time for departure of boat. For further information apply to W. M. TUPPER& Cos., Managers. 11. 11. RAYMOND, General Passenger Agent. WH-iU' Ss2o SAVED and you gettheeafl eft running and t he Ft rongest w heel some ’97 model and it s many special features make this the most attractive wheel on the mar ket. Catalogue free. J. . MONTGOMERY, Agent, BISUNfcWJCK V I The only reliable lotion positively preventing Flies, Gnats and Insects of every description from annoying Horses and Cattle. Soothing and Healing if applied to sores. Applied to cows it Recures gains in Flesh and Milk. Guaranteed Pure, Hannlessand Effective. Gallon Can. $1.50; % Gallon $1 00; Quarts, 50c. Beware of imitat ions. Sold by Druggists, Saddlery. Agricultural Implement, Flour and Feed and Seed Houses, ot The Crescent Mfg. Cos., Philadelphia, Pa. IM. MAYER Ao-ent. Ice Cream, Ice cream soda, Milk shakes, Soda water, Wine cocoa. Full line of Cigars and To bacco. Fresh'Fruits. Confectionery. Eli Zissamato, :mX NEWCASTLE ST. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. STATE OF GKOKOIA, I CouNTror Glynn. ) Notice in hereby givon to ttic public that an election will lie held throughout said county at the \ a nulls election precincts established by law in said county, nil the sixth (Gthj day ot July, isttr. to determine the question wlictlier or not forty (10) bonds of said county of the par value of one thousand ($1,000) dollars each, ag gregating a total of forty thousand ($40,000) dol lars, shall lie issued by tiie authorities of said county for the purpose or erecting and furnish ing,' a suitable court house building in said county for the use of the superior, city and other courts of said county and for the use of the officials of suid county. Said bonds to bear date Scptemlier lirst, (Ist) 1807, to liear live (5) per cent interest per annum from date of issue; thirteen hundred and thirty-three dollars and thirty-three cents (41,!!!.:!:;> of the principal to he paid oil'annually, one, thousand ($1,000) dol lars interest to lie paid semi-annually, making a total of two thousand ($2,000) dollars interest to lie paid annually.and the total ainountof said bonds, to wit., $40,000, to lie linaliy paid off and discharged within thirty i JO)years from the date of issue, said bonds to he thirty piO) year bonds. At said election the ballots cast by the voters shall bear the words “For court house bonds” or "Against court house bonds.” JAMES S. WRIGHT, Chairman. E. K. CONEY, H. H. IIARVEY, Commissioners of Roads and Revenues of Glynn ouuly, Ga.