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- V a"- a !!■■ ■ a EVERY MORNING BO'S MONDAY. Brunswick Publishing Company, Pub lishers and Manager. f- ? ' '"~TT‘" r T ~ -—- a77= , ntm'if'ie l Ii Oglethorpe Block, FStrtet. orriur. j auUKPUONIC NO 31. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Delivered.by Mail or Carrier. One copy, one year.. $5 CO One copy, six months,.. 2 50 One copy, three iiiuuins 1 25 One copy, one month 50 One copy, one week.... 15 Sunday Edition, 8 pages, per year 1 00 Ten per cent, discount on all subscriptions when paid in_advunce. Correspondence on live and clean subjects Is solicited. Address all communications to The Mohm.no Times, Brunswick, Ga, Official Organ of the City of Bruns wickiand.Countylof Glynn, TO SUBSCRIBERS: Subscribers are requested to notify the oflice when they fail to get any issue of The Times. Attention to this mutter will be appreciated by the management. Advertising rates will be furnished on tap plication. Orders to discontinue subscriptions and ad vertisements must be in writing. .- ' ~ pbT ix Jo i\ & fxp // \ C V Vb |/g 7sNo M 78 fegfeb' <<3- tyb 2<S c - -) When Business Booms This Fall, as il Is rx pee toil t,iun it will, the men who ADVERTISE Will got tlio most of it, as lin y al ways do, In good times or dull times. Those who are after their share of the business and as much more as I bey can got are making their preparations fo secure it. To Advertise Tn the most effective, cco.n,.nieai mul satisfactory manm r Secure space in The Times. That lyoeum meetinif—tonight—the Oglethorpe. Lewis Pinter made his money out of people who allowed theirs to go up in smoke. The Home Argus, in its opposition to the peual island plan, seems to have j a case of journalistic jealousy. The death of Mrs. Charles Latte will cause genutce sorrow in Georgia. Mrs. Lane was the sister of Sir. A. 1. Branham, formerly of this city, and had many acquaintances here. “The Brunswick Times goes for Legislator Morrison, of DeKalb, with gloves oil 1 . Didn’t The Times know that’Brer Morrison was joking about the sea island ?”—Darien Gazette. “Brer” Morrison didu’t talk that way. If he was joking he should have had better sense. The Home Tribune gives tome con vincing figures : “I’enal island (with penitentiary) $ 176,000. “Model penitentiary (Turner’s esti mate) and land, $ 10ft,000; total cost, ¥373,000. "Dade coal unites, SSS'j.OOO. A GREAT DEFECT- The legislative special committee has formally recommended the Hall penitentiary bill by a mijority of one. The bill, however, is deficient in one great particular. It provides that the commission fer the regulation of ooo victs shall have an office “at the capi toi.” SBil 31 Convicts cannot be “regulated” at a distanoe. if the penal island plan goes through, there should be either a resi dent commissioner or a resident com mission—the management should have its headquarters and its office on the island. Under th Hall bill, as recommended, • the commissioners would have to delegate authority to an underling, who would have the di rect control of the convicts. In most cases a delegation of authority means a weakening of authority . Under the Hall bill the commission ers in their “office at the oapitol” would be the only responsible parties! The man or men w ho would remain on the island as superintendents or over seers would not be specifically respon sible to the state, btjll, they would be the real managers, the parties in whom would be vested both the power and the opportunity to treat the pris oners as they pleased. How would the commissioners know, in their “office at the capitol,” what was trans piring on the penal island 300 miles or more away? The Hall bill makes a provision whereby the commissioners must be reputable and responsible men. It makes no provision for the character or responsibility of the men who would be the direct managers. To that extent, the bill is defective. The stale has, in the past, attempted to oversee its convicts from an “office at the capitol.” Abuses occurred ; the official could not possibly be cogni zant of the condition of all the prison ers; the result was a penal system which, according to the report of In spector Byrd, was a disgrace to the state. The Times hopes to see the penal island plan successful. It appears to be an admirable manner of utilizing convict labor. But, unless there is to be some provision fur responsible su perintendence, on the island, it is op posed to the present measure as lack ing one of the greatest requirements. PLUTOCRATS AND PENAL ISLE. The rich men of Jekyl are reported to be in a frenzy of uneasinqrs over Ihe proximity and the possibilities of Little Cumberland. It is through the possibilities of tlie latter island that its proximity becomes ominous. It has gone out to the world that Little Cumberland stands a good chance for choice as the stal’s penal island, and the prospect of having as neighbors Georgia’s army of felons has caused a stir in Wall street and a flurry in the nervous system of Ernest Grob. When we come to thiuk of it seri ously, it would be something of a de traction to the resort to have a colony of cqnvicts in sight of its millionaire visitors. Fancy the feelings of Colonel Money To Burp, of Fifth avenue, should be happen, ousome deer-stalk ing expedition, to run afoul of a gang of desperatecouvicts, escaped from the opposite island and hiding for refuge in the game preserves of Vanderbilt ad Rockefeller! Is there not some virtue iu the suggestion that the Jekyl islanders will “head off the state with cash?” J. -J. Reese has sold his interest in the Quitman Free Press to IV. C. Wade. A beautiful lunch basket goes with every pair of school shoes at Palmer’.'. The business course we advertise free of tuition is in every way the same as our regular $25 course and is thorough and practical in every re spect. The American Business Col lege, Omaha, Neb. $1 buys a good pair of school echoes for boys and girls at Palmer’s. To the Centennial. The Southern railway will sell ex cursion tickets at $12.60 Brunswick to Nashville, Tenn., and return for the Tennessee Centennial, May-November. Hate of $12.61) limited to ten days from 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. Mothers will do well to see our school slices for boys and girls at Palmer's. THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA„ TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 5, 1897. THE NEW WAY. VY7OMEN used Wfflk-'Jv) V to think *' fe m ale diseases " could only be Iw/VV treated after "10, , mfii ca 1 examina tlil .Vr Hons" by physi- Bly- r jj£~ clans. Dread of ■E9 T such treatment By } kept thousands of modest women silent about their suffering. Thein *SSSf troduction of. Wine of Cardul has now demon strated that nine-tenths of all the cases of menstrual disorders do not require a physician’s attention at all. The simple, pure Win taken In the privacy of a woman’s own home Insures quick relief and speedy cure. Women need not hesitate now. Wine of Cardul re quires no humiliating examina tions for Its adoption. It cures any disease that comes under the head of “female troubles"—disordered menses, falling of the womb, “whites,” change of life. It makes women beautiful by making them well. It keeps them young by keeping them healthy. SI.OO at the drug store. For advice In cases requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms, the "Ladies’ Advisory Department," The Chattanooea Medicine Cos., Chatta nooga, Tenn. W. 1. ADDISON, M.D., Cary, Miss., says: ‘‘l use Wine of Cardul extensively in I my practice and find it a most excellent preparation for female troubles." SHIPPING REPORT. POET OF BRUNSWICK, Oct. 4, 1897 corrected daily by capt. otto JOHANNESOS WITH E. H. MASON A CO. AKKIVED. John L. Treat, Am schr, Greenlaw. Charleston, Hilton-l)odge Lyman McLaw, Am schr, i235, Blake, Philadelphia, Broadhead. Addie M. Anderson, Am schr, 887, Tay lor, Portsmouth, Broadbead. SAILED. Co'orado, Am ss, 2232, Risk, New York Mallory—New York. 8 ate of Texas, Am ss, 1328, Young, New York, Mallory Lire —New York. cleared. Albion Br ss, 2373, Race, West Hartle pool, JohLston hue. Maria Dolores, Sp bk, 440, Santos, Pa drosa, Dora Matthews, Am schr, 373, Brown, New York, Terras—New York. IN FORT. STEAMSHIPS. jgJohn Bright, Br ss, 1782, Keene, Penarth, Johnston & Cos, St. Irene, Bi ss, 2479, Atte!!, Shields, A F. Churchill, SHIPS. BARKS. John Swan, Am bk, 628, McLaughlin, Cape Town, Broadhead—New York. George Thompson, Br bK, TOl3, Jenkins, Jai eiro. Downing company. Julia, Nor. bk, 772, Jorgensen, Cape Town, Downing Cos. Subra, Ncr bk, 539, Knudsen, Table Bay, Downing company. Fama de Cai ariee, Sp bk, 415. Suells. Havana, Torras. Olive Thurlow, Am bk, 627, Gooding, Port Elizabeth, Hilton-llodge— New York. Gleneida, Am bk, 745, Pettingill, Port Elizabeth, Baxter & Co.—New York. Conception, Sp bk, 556, Riera, Santos, Parirosa. Mayaguez,Sp bk, 34e, Siza, Charleston. Padrosa. Grace Lynnwood, Am bk, 592, Gilley, Pemerara, Hilton-Dodge—New York. Maria Antonio, Sp bk, 423, Font, Ha vana, Torras—Taragona. Verdad, Sp bk,43S, Sosyilla, Havana, Torras. Stephen g. Hart, Am bkt, 589, Hart, Bos ton, Southern Pine company. BRIGS. Joel, Port bg, 232, Miraudes, Pape de Verde, Torras. BCHOOFRKB. James Judge, Am schr, 591, Davidson. Havana. Johanna Sw. n, Am schr, 597, Co’e, St. Thomas, Frank A. Palmer, Am sclir, 1832, Gard ner, New York, Emanuel. Haroldiney Am schr, 1226, Hall, Norfolk, Baxter & Co.—New York. Warren Adams, Am schr, 631, Givens Philadelphia, Hirscli & Cos. —Portland. Ebenezer Haggett, Am schr, 799, Poole, Key West, Southern Pine company—New York. R.S. Graham, Am schr,32s, Outten, Wil rnington, Hilton-Dodge. John C, Smith, Am schr, 393, Kneeland, Havana —Hilton-Dodge—New Y’ork. Lizzie Chadwick, Am schr, Clark, New York, Hirech A Co.—New York. Sylvia C. Hall, Am schr, Lowe, New York, N. Gregertsen- New Haven. Nelson Bartlett, Am schr, Willey, Bos ton, Hilton-Dodge— New York. Eila M. Willey, Am schr, 799. Willey, Cape Town, via Barbadoes, Hilton-Dodge —New York. Robert McFarland, Am schr, 545, SmaH, Noank, McCullough—Noank. Isabella Gill, Am schr, 525, Collison, Kingston, Hilton-Dodge. BBC APITCLATION. Steamships, 3; Ships, 0: Barks, 14; Brigs, 1; Schooners, 18. Total, 36. Stetson fine hats at Palmer’s. Notice. Brunswick, Ga., Sepl. 15,1897 To whom it may concern : Health certificates can be secured by* persons leaving the city at my office, between the hours of 9 a. in. and ip. in., and between 2 :30 and sp. in. daily, Sundays excepted. Laurence C. Bodkt, City Clerk. Notice. Mayor’s Office, Brunswick, Ga , Sept. 18, 1897. — Persons leaving the city can, between regular office"'hobrs, secure “health certificates” front Dr Hugh Burferd, president board of health, or A. V. Wood, secretary hoard of health, or L C. Bodet, city clerk, city hall, room No. 7. Albert Ffndig, Acting Mayor. Every merchant in Georgia is in vited to ask the Downing company lor prices on groceries and feed. tf GMlidMl Under this head advertisement* wi 1 e inserted for one cent a word for tlio first In sertion. and for every Insertion thereafter at the rate of half a cent a word. Mo ad vertisement will be taken for less than teii cents. Cash In advance Invariably re quired for all advertisements in this col umn. ww ,v,v.vw.,v^vww^w,. fob rent—booms. House to hunt-mo kicMmond st.,B rooms, modern imprijvenicats. Pdsse gion from Novcmlsor 1. Apply C. AnSidlter. i!-6t Kliti PLEASANT SLEEPING ROOMS and oflice to rent in the J. It. Wright build ing, corner of Newcastle and Gloucester streets. Inquire at 20:i Newcastle street. !l-12-lm MISCELLANEOUS. W~AKT EO AGENTS^-“T1 i K CONf I£DElt ate Soldier in the Civil War,” just pub lished, contains 500 pages 12.\1(S inclies, and over 1,100 large battle scenes, portraits, maps, etu. The greatest and largest war book ever pub lished, and the only one that does justice to the Confederate soldier and the cause he fought for. Complete in one volume. Agents wanted eveywliere to sell this book on our new and easy plan. Many of the lady and gentlemen agents who are at work a’-e making from *IOO to s2oopor month. Veterans,,dons and daugh ters of veterans, and others interested aro re quested to send for a beautiful illustrated de scriptive circular (free) and terms for agents. Address, COUKIEII-JOUHNAL JOli I’KINT -INU COMPANY, Louisville, Ky. LOST. Lost— gold seal ring, bloodstone. Finder will be rewarded by returning to this oflice. ' 0-20 tf. CITATION. State of Georgia. \ COUNTY OP Ui.YNN. ) To all whom it may concern: Rosa Jackson having in proper form applied to me for permanent letters of administration on the estate of Nero Rutledge, late of said county, this is to cite all and singular the cred itors and next of kin of Nero Rutledge to be and appear at my oflice, within the time al lowed by law, and show cause, if any they can, why permanent a: ministration should not be granted to Rosa Jackson on Nero Rutledge’s estate. Witness my hand and official signature. HORACE DART, Ordinary. Sept. 2, INO7. State or Georgia, ) Glynn Colnty. j To Whom It May Concern: ArabellaC. Tison having applied in due form for a final discharge as udminiSinttrix de bo nis non emu tcstamento annexe upon the estate of John M. Tison senior, deceased. All persons concerned are cited to he and appear at the court of ordinary to be hold in the county of Glynn on the first Monday in Pecerpber, a. and. IMI7, and show Cause, if any they have, why an order should not he granted finally discharg ing such administratrix upon Paid estate. UORAt:E DART, Ordinary Glynn Cotinty. Si Air, op Georgia, ■) Coin yop Glynn. j To all whom it may concern! ' Whereas llanna C. Coburn, as admin stratrix of the estate of K. J. Colmrn, has 1!led her peti tion for discharge. This is therefore to cite all persons concerned to show cause before me, if any thev can,on the first Monday in October, INII7, why the said Hannah O. Coburn shouldnot hr discharged as such administratrix and letters of dismission be issued to her. This I2tii : dav©£ July, 1897. HORACE DART, Ordinary Glynn County, Ga. " • — —r:Ti. , "i —— NOTICE mate i p Geokca, i county op Glynn, f To whom it rnav < oneern: Notice is hereby gi.en tint i pplieatlon wilt 1)8 made to the legislature, thegeueial assen - 1,1 v of Georgia.'when it assembles on the fern th Wednesday in October next (1897); for the ] a— age or a local or special 1 id, with booty caption and in such form as may he nee ssary and con stitutional to relieve the'estate of ihe Ute.lohn I’. L imb, former tre surer of Glynn county, and D James Dillon, James M. Madden. A. fl\ Put nam and William A <). Aide s"n, tecui i ies on ins bond, from all liabniiy and accountability; on account of said bond by r asoixif any ore: oil or broaches ihereof, and hupf eitii g especially from and ou account of the loss'of any mm. dr sums of money in Ids hands, the propel ty of aid eouniy, deposited in the • glelhorpe Na tional Rank of Brunswick. Georgia, and tlui Brunswick State Bank of Brunswick, Georgia* tnroligh I lie failure of those said ba. ;ks or either of them, aud to procure their com lete ami final disoharoe therefrom. 'i'hi.t 25Mi dav oI Hyp pm her, ISl'7. MI RK V I! I)ERY, A. H. LAKE, W. R. TOW.- SI- 57D. ■). 11. SC A ItLfc TI, I N. BISTTOP, ‘ J. J.LIS-NER. NOTICE OF LEVY OF SPECIAL TAX- Whereas, CUvnn county courthouse w;s &oi la<lly wrecked and damaged by a wind slo-rm: m the month of Septendier, A. I). so that upon inve-titration by the cninmUsioncrs it w a* found unsafe to be u-ed by the county as a ounhouse and a menace lo the puidic safety to remain in it* unsafe and unsound condition., and io that end it was deemed expedient in the diaer ii<n of I lie commisaioneis. owing to the* almost annihilation of the hiillding to have the* tame razed to the around and, Whereas, the county officers arr :idw domi ciled iu the city hall of the city of U: unswief., and the mayor and council of said city are re quiring a large rental for ti e use thereof, and, Whereas, in the judgment of the cori. mission ere, and in pursuance of the duties envoi veil upon them as such officers, it is neeesary to. have a pernuu cut building for a county court house for the use of the courts of said county, tne county officer- and for the safe preservation of the r cords of such couits and officers, be is therefore Kesolvod, That a tax of forty-eight per cen tum of the state tax l e, and the same is hereby assessed anti levied upon all the taxable prop erty, both real, personal ami mixed, iti the county of Glynn, subject to taxation, for tbo purpose of raising and Creating a fund to l e used in the erection and furnishing a county court house in and for the use of the county of Glynn. Said levy of tax made to raise in pare such a sum as the county commissioners may hereafter deem, in their judgment, by further levy or other and further means, to provide, for the purpose of erecting ami furnishing a court house, not to exceed in cost when fully com pleted and furnished the sum of forty thousand dollars (SIO,OOO Th s September 15,1807. , J amks W right, Chairman, (feeal). H. H. llarvky, E. F. Coney, • Commissioners of Roads and Revenues of Glviin County, Ga. Attest: * J.C. Lehman, Clerk. NOTICE OF LOCAL LEGISLATION. Notice is hoveLy given to the public? thati at the next ses-ion of the 1< gisl ,ture there will b<) an applmuem for tlio a local hill, the title of which will be: “An act entitled an act to amend the charter of the eitv of JlrunsWiek and for other purposes ” PAINE, MURPHY sTuT “—BROKERS Ovuers Executed O'er Our Private Wire. -.-For— COTTON, STOCKS,GRAIN AND PROVISIONS For Cash or on Margins. Local Securities Bought and sold. „ , , Telephone; 53(1. Board of Trade Building, Jackson Building, savannah. Ga. Atlanta, Ga. ’ J. B. ABRAMS, Hi l unsxvick Representative. I The Perfume of violets \ 3 tUe.ljly. tile klow of t Jau rose. 8 f atad fho flush of riebfc colaMuo iu PozzonPs ! | wondrous Powder. 1 School books at Dunn’s, THE BAY IROH WORKS. Founder*, Machinists, boilermakers and Blacksmiths. Saw Mills, Locomotives, Boilers, Engines, Printing Presses, Dynamos, Mo tors, and all kinds of Electrical Machinery neatly aud promptly repaired. We will respond to calls oil Marine Work At All Times—Night or Day. We will furnish all kinds of supplies aud materials for the trade at lowest prices. All our work will be done by first-class mechanics. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 629 Bay St. Agents for the Celebrated Ridgway RrnncwirL - fVi Engines and Dynamos. _ DrunSWICK, Ud. J. J. LISSNER. —WHOLESALE— : . s, . Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions,. Grain, Hay and Bran A Specialty 204 - Brunswick, Ga. THE “MAYWOOD” BICYCLE s, THIS COMPLETE —* DIAMOND FRAME - ■ BICYCLE S)2 | on r ear g th s T Wh ! EEI : A jngYWOOD \ AND Co^°N l-riuTC 1 Feb. 24, 1891 Ocf. 3, 1893 1an.‘21.1896 PATENTS -j May 17> )891 Jan , 1895 Others Pending The “Maywood” is the strongest and simplest bicycle ever made. Adapted for all kinds of -ronds and riders. Made of material that is solid, tough and wiry; simple in construction, easily taken apart and put together; has few parts; is of such wiry construction that its parts will hold together even in an accident; no hollow tubing to crush in at every contact; a frame that cannot be broken; so simple that its adjusting parts serve as its connecting parts; a one-piece crank instead of a dozen parts; always ready to give reliable and rapid transportation. FRAME— Improved double diamond; made of Ji-iuch cold rolled steel rods (toughest and strongest metal for its weight known); joined together with our improved steel fittings; a marvel of novelty, simplicity and durability, the greatest combination of ingenuity iu bicycle mechanism ktiowu, to build a frame without brazen joints and tubing, as all know that tubular frames sometimes break and fracture at brazen joints, and tubes -when they are buckled in, cannot be repaired. WHEELS—2B-iuch. front aud rear; warranted wood rims, piano wire nickel tangent spokes and brass nipples. HUBS—Large barrel pattern; made from the best quality cold-drawn seamless steel, with patent reinforced spoke flanges directly over ball bearings. TlRES—“Gazelle*’ or “Tiger” single tube, “North American** or “Boston double tube, or some other first-class pneumatic tires, fully guaranteed. We will furnish, if ordered, “Arlington" hose pipe or Morgan & Wright quick repair tires for J2.UO extra, net. BEARINGS—BaII bearings to every part including wheels, crank axle, steering head aud pedals. CRANK SHAFT BEARlNGS—Arentted with our patent ball cases, which are interlocked and support each other. CUPS AND CONES— -Best quality selected steel, carefully tempered and hardened. CHAINS —Humlier block pattern, high grade hardened centers, rear adjustment. CRANKS—Our celebrated one-piece crank, fully protected by patents: no cotter pins. SPROCKET S—Made from best quality refined steel, nicely finished aud hardened; rear sprocket detachable, front sprocket securely keyed to crank axle. REACH—Shortest, 28 inches; longest, 36 inches. GEARr-o4 or 72. FRONT FORK—-Indestructible; fork crown made of drop forged steel. HANDLE BAR—Reversible, readily changed to either raised or dropped pattern; best cork or composition cork handles, latest style of English tips and ferrules. SADDLE—Our own style “K" high grade, very easy riding; P. and F., Gilliam or some other first-class make. PEDALS—Combination rat-trap or rubber; full ball bearing. FlNlSH—Enameled in black, with all bright parts, including front foTk, handle bar, hubs, seat post, cranks and spokes, nickel'plated. Each bicycle complete with tool bag, pump, wrench and oiler. WElGHT—According to tires, pedals, saddles, etc., 27 to 30 pounds. GUARANTEE—Each “Maywood” Bicycle is fully guaranteed for one year. Napayine. Wash., Feb. 10,1896. I consider your “Maywood” wheel the strongest and safest bicycle made for hard riding and rough roads, such as we have in this country. They are also light running and easy to adjust. The one-piece crank is a wonderful piece of mechanical simplicity in bicycle construction, and with the improvements I understand they are to have this year, it will be the best wheel made. Ug* SAMUEL S. SOMERVILLE. A COUPON No 3303 2 s3* Is-our Special Wholesale Price. Never before sold for less. J ' J To quickly introduce the "Maywood” Bicycle, we have decided to (J J make a special coupon offer, giving every reader of this paper a , CC chance to get a first-class wheel at the lowest price ever offered. On 0, -i* W WV 0 receipt of $27.00 and coupon we will ship to anyone the above bicycle, 0 if sent with Order '# securely packed and crated. Money refunded, if not as represented, . _ MAVwrmn ♦ after arrival and examination. We will ship C. O. D„ with privilege J £or MAYWOOD J of examination, for ?28.00 and coupon, provided $5.00 is sent with order J N0 - a plvlLLfc w as a guarantee of good faith and charges. A written binding warranty JP. j* sent with each bicycle. This is a chance of a lifetime, and you cannot !#•§* afford to let the opportunity pass. Address all orders to CASH BUYERS’ UNION, 162 West Van Buren St.. Bx 3308 CHICAGO. ILL. ONLY BUY DIRECT OF $4O BUGGIES, KOAD VC HI PI CO and HARNESS • \ WAGONS, SUKKEYS VC mu LCD of All Kinds Coupon Shipped anywhere to anyone at WHOLESALE PRICES. |H _| '.l r~jPV ONS of our extraordinary bargains /L , *' /V\ READ DESCRIPTION CAREFULLY f Piano or Corking Body, End or Brewster 'Springs. I—- I 3or 4 bow Leather Quarter Top, Patent cnttain / .Cx/I \V7 fasteners, head lining of best wool dyed cloth, corden ' V/tA iA V'vC7 VV7 1 seams and closed dusters ill quarters, Solid Panel | i 1 or Spring Back, cloth dr fancy leather trimmings, „ wing cushions, Sarven wheels, with 16 spokes, ?1 or No. 120 TOP BUGGY % in. tread, 15-16 iff. i double Collar'steel axles, swedged and fantail bed, 4 and 6 leaf oil-tempered snrin-s of best nullity. Body is 23J6 in. wide by 52 in. Jong, made of beSt'Beasoufed lumber, ash frame and poplar panels, thoroughly glued screwed and plugged. Double reach, ironed full length All forgings, clips, bolts, etc., made of best Norway Iron. Painting aud finish first-class throughout. Bodies painted a rich black, gears Brewster green, black or eanniue, handsomely striped. Each buggy complete with shafts, leather dash, boot, storm apron, carnet, anti-rattlers. etc. A written warranty with each buggy. carpet, auu ruiueia, e $45.00 i 8 our special wholesale price for tills fine buggy. A 0 Never before sold for less, but to introduce our p.ork in your vn ovoa locality we have decided to make a special coupon offer, giving Coupon eo. ooun every reader of this paper an opportunity to get a strictly first- GOOD FOB class $75.00 buggy at the lowest price ever offered. On receipt of f-m $40.00 and coupon we will ship this handsome buggy, securely Jtj n ,vJU packed and crated and delivered on board cars. Do not miss this opportunity to get a thoroughly High Grade Up-to-Date Buggy at If sefit with Order the lowest price ever offered. Remember tve do not offer It as a for “cheap buggy,” but as a strictly high-grade vehicle. If you want Nn 120 Tod Buaav a cheaper buggy or some other style, write for our large illustrated y catalogue showing 400 different styles of Vehicles, Harness, etc. or We can sell you a top buggy as low as $32.00, better ones for $57.50 No. 345 Road Wagon and upwards. Money refunded if not as represented after arrival 0 and examination. Coupon must positiyely accompany the order • to obtain this special price. or nr>AD WAGONS—We have all styles,but this one is* the most popular. Any dealer This Elegant Road Wagon $25 00 will ask you $45.00 for U. Our wholesale with coupon JOR* WfcJ.UU mice is $30.00. Send us $25.00 and coupon — _ and it is yours. Guaranteed to be made of selected material thoroughly seasoned, / /\ best end or side springs, Sarven patent i ll V ' / A wheels, cloth or Evan’s leather trimmings, rfr.„h 1b reach ironed full leng.h, 15-16 In, ( 1 drop axles, patent leather dash, painting V^VT^—J lodv black'gear Brewster green or carmine YX/ VK// Y\V7 / \W \ \\ / nicely striped, and finely finished through- V/ 'vyY’*/ /l W out A written warranty with each wagon MOj \/ \X>-i-3<7 /\ \S and rnonev refunded if not as represented. . ... ?ealou at ° UCe ' Addre” No. 315 ROAD WAGON CASH BUYERS’ UNION, 158 W. Van Buren St., Bx. 3305, Chicago, 111.