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EVERY MORNING BUT MONDAY. Brunswick Publishing Company, Pub lishers and Managers. ikvifirir l In Oglethorpe Block, F Street. OFMCK j lELKI'IIONK NO 31. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Delivered bv Mail or Carrier. 2£ One copy, one year |5 CO t; ne copy, six tnoi.iiih % 50 One copy, three months 1 One copy, one month. & One copy, one week 1* Sunday Edition, 8 pages, per year 1 CM Ten per cent, discount on ull subscription* when paid in advance. r: n~..' . ...—i Correspondence on live and clean subjects is ►oil cl ted. Address all communications to The Morning Times, Brunswick, Ga, Official Organ ot the County of Glynn. TO SUBSCRIBERS: sulwcrilx-rs arc requmted to notify the office when they fail to gel any iwauc of ThkTimeh. Attention to tbiamatter will he appreciated hy the inumigeuiciit. Advertising rates will he furnished on ap plication. Orders to discontinue anhacriptions and ad vert isenientH meat he in writing. Remington Bros.' Newspaper Man ual, just issued, gives THE TIMES credit for DOUBLE THE CIRCULA TION of ANY newspaper published in GLYNN COUNTY. FAILED TO PARTICULARIZE. The presentments of the (fraud jury for the December term, which were published in The Times of Saturday, were, as has been previously com mented, very thorough and compre hensive in their report of county af fair*. Iu one particular, however, the pretan is were noticeably incom plete. In the report of the tlnancial opera tions of the county, under the head •‘Disbursements,” appeared this item : \ ouchers from commissioner* of routl* and revenue* #2:5,7.'8 88 The report on this subject could, The Tillies takes it, tmve been made much more explicit and satisfactory by an enumeration of the various items of expenditure—in other words, by a particularization of the vouchers Tub Time* anil the general public haven’t the least doubt that every item which goes to the making of this $28,- 000 is perfectly right and proper. But if would be much better to enumerate these items. The grand jury should have made this portion of the present ments fuller, more enlightening. One of the subjects on which tin public manifests a considerable amount of legitimate and justifiable curiosity is that of the fraudulent u sue of SIOO,OOO of bonds, made in tli. HO’s. The public has not Deen in formed and does not know how many of these bonds have been redeemed by the county and how many are still outstanding, The publio does not know the terms under w hich the coun ty is redeennng ihese bonds, whether at f>o cents on the dollar, Tit cents or 100 cents. • It is a matter on which no recent report has been made, and Ihe public is warranted in expressing some curiosity. Ify giving an Ei con nt of the present status ot the hand redemption,!ho grand jury would have more fully discharged its duly to the people. How much ot the $13,000 went for these fraudulent bonds? How much for other liabilities? The last grand jury fa Is to enligh'- en us. It is to he hoped that the next one will be more explicit. Politics are certainly making' strange bed fellows this year, audit wIH be a wise man wlio knows bis own friend by tlie end of the gubernatorial campaign, says tbe Americas Herald. Papers, which have heretofore pulled together on all political tpiestions, are now on different lines, and as it is with them, so it is with Ihe individ uals who are espmsing the causes of the different candidates already. There is no use in trying to disguise the fact that tlie campaign is on in earnest, snd it will he fought front now until the last ballot is cast. Thus* through cars from New York are Haltering recognitions of Thk| Timks' contentions for the past year.' PROTECTION FOR JURORS The Macon Telegraph call* atten tion- to a recent incident in Cobb county that is important, Having learned that jurors in Cobb suparior court had been abused and personally assaulted became of their work, Judge Gober has instructed liis grand jury to make investigation and report true bills if they can Identify the persons thus offending. Commenting upon this the Telepraph well says: “This is a step in the right direction. One of (begreat obstacles to the effect ive administration of the criminal laws is tie intimidation of jurors, both before and after their verdicts. It should be made most dangerous for any citizen ever to address a juror as to his action when serving the court. The same immunity which a judge enjoys should be accorded the twelve men who against their own desire, are r.qiiired to determine issues of fact. They should be allowed to leave the box with the absolute assurance that they would not be interrogated, and the veil ot secrecy should never be lifted from the juryrooui. Many news papers are offenders in this respect. When there is a mistrial, effort, often successful, is made to discover the vole and the names of those who voted one way or another, The courts should protect the box from any such inquisi tion at all times. O herwise it will become more and more didicult to obtain jurors who shall he able to decide without fear or favor.” This is a matter rightly adds the Augusta Chronicle, upon which too much stress caunot he laid Judges would do well to instruct jurors, who may he ignorant of their immunity from interference to report to the court any attempt to molest them af ter a trial, as well as any attempt to inlluence tDeir verdict before or during the trial. In our system of trial by jury it is essential that, the juror shall be protected iu the fearless and honest, discharge of his high duly. Tiik Waycross board of trade lias named W. M. Toomer, 1.. A. Wilson and Warren Lott, to represent that city at the industrial convention in Atlanta next month. Waycross recog nizes the importance id' the move meat. Brunswick is still asleep. Tub lawyer who negotiated the sale of certain Standard Oil properties to Henry M Whitney got a fee of $250,- 000. lie wouldn’t swap places even with a Brunswick receivership lawyer. The observant Jacksonville Citizen says : “’l’ossuru is not the only crop now getting ripe in Georgia, A number of new politicians are coming on.” Brunswick was higlily pleased to have the h nor of entertaining the gifted Charles .1. Bayne. May he come again and often. St. Simon is to have anew SIOO courthouse. St. Sm >n is in better luck than Brunswick. Self raising and plain buckwheat at W. II DoVoe’s. Advertised Lotter List. T!is following is a list of letters re msining iu ttie postotiice at Itriins wick unclaimed, for ttie week ending Jan 11 ary 15, IS'JS : A—Jeny 11 Amo lids. B—Thomas Burns. C— \V • M. Curry, Miss Georgia Cole man. D—M. E. Drury, Hager Dorsey. F— Will Fields, Mrs. M. I, Florie ll—Mr*. Annie W. Hall, Miss Celia Henley. K—Miss Flora Key. T<—Mrs. Manday Loyd. M— Laris Moore. Oapt. R. Moran, Chas. Mitchell. P--Mrs. Marie IVtereoti. R —Miss Lizzie Ross, Rev, Rogers, Miss Aina.ida Roberts, Arnarl Ri brsnd, B—J. 11. Btl)itb, Miss Fannie Sliep peril, Harry Sams . T—Mrs. Moiy Thomson, John Tomas, 11 arry Tatum. W—Tiiomas Willey, N . W. Williams. Y—Hester Young. Firms—K. B. Huntington A: Cos. Parties nailing for any of the above will pleare say they were advertised, and pay one cent for each letter claimed. W. K. Symons, I’. M. To Ours a Cold In One Day Take Laxative lirouio Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it tails to cure. 25 cents. The genuine ha L. H.y oo each tablet. THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA„ TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18 18S8. MANY ARRIVALS. Yesterday a Record-Breaker in Number of Arriving Vessels. Yesterday was a record-breaking day in arrivrla of vessels at this port. During the day the following came in : British steamship E r on, from Ctiarhston, to load from A. F. Churchill. SchoonerJeesieC Woodhui),Charles, from New York. Schooner Cassie F. Bronson, Ben nett, from New York. Schooner Dora Matthews, Brown, from New York. Schooner Sarah A. l’otter,Farnham, from New York. Schooner Addie M. And^rson.Taylor, from New York. Schooner John H. Piatt, Ives, from New Y r ork. Schooner Jobu C. Smith, Kneeland, from New York. Schooner Lucy If. Bussell, Rsndali from Norfolk. Schooner Goodwin Stoddard, An dreasson, from Key West. It lias been held that consumption is hereditary, and the fact that one per son of a family had died with con sumption was considered a sure sign that others of that family could not escape it. This is partly true and partly untrue. A man with weak lungs is likely to transmit that weak ness to his children. But there is no reason m th world why the weakness should be allowed to develop. Keep the lungs full of rich, red, wholesome blood, and the weakness will disap pear Itecaying tissues will be thrown off. and new materia! will be added until the lungs are well and perfectly strong again. This is the thing that Dr. Bierce's Golden Medical Discov ery does. This is what makes it cure 9S per cent, of all oase3 of consump tion wh<-re it is taken according to di rections. It, searches out disease germs wherever they may be in the body and forces them out or the sys tem. It supplies the blood with rich tlfe-giviug properties. It makes the appetite good, digestion perfect. Send 21 cents inooe cent stamps to World’s Dispensary Midical Association, Buf falo, N. Y., and receive Dr. Pierce’s 100S page “Common Sengs Medical Adviser,” pro’uselv illustrated. How's This? We offer one hundred dollars reward for any case of catarrh that can not be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. F .1. Chunky tfc Cos., Props., Toledo, O. We the undersigned, have known F. I. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe hi in perfectly hanorable in all business transactions anil financially able to carry out any obligations maite by their firm. Wkst & Tiujax, Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O. Warding, Kinnan & Makvin, Whole sale Druggist, Toledo, Ohio. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken hi ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. Hall’s Family Pills r.re the best. Notice. Bids are hereby invited for the whole or a part of the stock and fix tures of the business of J . P. Daven port. D. W. Krauss, Trustee for Creditors. I’nder !lii head advertisements wi.l e married for one cent a word for llir first In sertion, ami for every Insertion thereafter st the rate of half a rent a word# No ad rertlMUient will he taken for less than ten tenrs. Ca-h in advance invariably re quired for all advertisement* in this col umn. WAS TKD-MISCELLA N KOUS. VITA NTH P—Tpright and faithful gentlemen ▼ T t>r ladies to travel for responsible, estab lished house in Georgia. Monthly si:>.oo ana expenses, l'ositiou steady. Reference* Kn elose -elf-addressed si imped envelope. The Doiniuicn Company, Pept. K, Chicago. YY7 A \TKB—Traveling salesman to sell most } * funplete line of lubricating Oils. Yj reaves, Speeialti s,etc.,oathe market, l.iheral terms to proper party. Address, The Atlantic lielin ng Cos., Cleveland, Ohio. LIBEL FOR DIVORCE. Vnnic K. lVvanna vs. Ktigeue !.. DoVauna; label fer Pivoroc. in the Superior Court of c.iynn County, Oeorgiu, ret tunable to the May Term, IdK To 1 iigem- 1.. I> Yannn. lirecting: By older and direction of the court. I her bv notiFy you that ou the 22nd day of December, v ->7, ihcte w s tiled in said court a suit against you by Annie E. IHO anna, for a total divorce fitMii yo . retur.ut le to the May term, |sn>, of said eomt.under the fori going cation: You arc fnrttier noli tied that on the lath dav of .lanuary. i-vis, in term time, the judge of -uili •npei ior court granted an order authorizing Hint directing that servue f said suit be per fected upon you by publicnt on. You are, i heri li re, licre' y notubd to lie p re He it in nor* u or by attorney, at sutd *u ecurt.l" las held in and for tbe eouutv of (•Iviin.on the third Monda> in M y, ik*v then and tbere to ansnei* plaiutifl V complaint, as m default thereof thee mil n id proceed a- to jus tier shall appcrl lin. v\ UlteSH, the liotioi able J. 1.. Puca*. Judge of mii.u uiir .ilip' 13ili day oi dauuar\. !*•.*, .1. C. LKiI.M A.\, Pcputy tloiMuiwiiar couni>,ua. SMS • wS%otrßw Skins on fire with torturing, disfiguring, itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, and pimply humors, instantly relieved by a v.arm bath with Ccticuua Soap, a single application of Cuticitba (ointment), the great 3kin cure, and a full dose of Cuticuua Resolvent. (uticura It sold throughout the Pottkf 0 * C Pom*.. Sol® Props., Boston. • How t., Cure Torturing Humors,” free. ft- 0. P V*C C|fSh| Scaip (ii. l Hair Purlflf-d and Beau *"'-U ‘ O vEVfti titled bj- Cimcciu Soap. MORTGAGE SALE feTATE GEORGIA, ) i.ODNTY OP GLYNN. \ Under and by virtue of a power of sale con tained in a certain indenture of mortgage be tween Orton Pylt s, of said county, of the first part, and the undersigned of t*e second i art, Hearing date of the 29th of April, 1897, ami re corde ion pages 217 io 221 of volume 9of mort gages, in theofUceof the clerk of the superior eourt of Glynn county, Georgia, on .June 28, I*‘.*7, the undersigned in person, or by agent, will offer for sale before the courthouse door io said county of Glynr, between the legal hours of sale on the liist T uesday in February, 1898 and . ell to the highest and’nest bidder at such sale, then and there for cnsh.tiie following prop erty, described in and covered by said mort gage, to say: All of th it lot, tract or body of land lying, situate and being in the county of Glynn and state of Georgia, and i.i the twenty seventh militia district of said state, and con taining one thpusand, live hundred and forty -ix acres, be the same more or less, one thous and and eleven acres thereof being high land, and the haiauce marsh land, and bounded on the west by the Martin-Palmer tract, north by public road, east by lands known as the Blue two-hundred-acre ’ tract and the McKenzie tract, and south by the Little *atilla river, and which said above described tract is generally known as the Land's End tract. And.also, al. of that other tract, lot, or parcel of land situate, lying, and being in said county of Glynn ami state of Georgia, and in said militia district therein, and containing four hundred and twelve acres, more or less, and bounde 1 west by said Martin-Palmer tract and the ‘aknian tract, north and east by lands of Scarlett and others, being portions of the origi nal oak Grove tract, and south by said public road, and being generally called the Big Branch tract. And both of which tracts are fully de scribed in said indenture of mortgage, and to which, for a more complete description of same, reference is had. Said sale will be made to satisfy and discharge the princii al and interest due upon the three notes from said Orton Pyles, bearing even date with said mortgage, for’ the sum of .<2OO each and which are la'said mort gage fully described. Purclieser pa >s for titles, Tttis 2::rd day of December. I*l*7. W. E. KECK NAG EL, Mortgagee. SHERIFF SALES- State of Georgia, i COU.nTY of UI.YNN, i Will le sold before the courthouse door in Itruusw ick, Glynn countv, Georgia, on the first Tuesday in February next, the same being the first day thereof, between the hours of in o’clock a. m. and 1 o’clock p. m. of said date the following described property to wit: Ail that tract, lot or parcel of land, situated, lying ana being in the city of Brunswick,anid county and state, and in that part of said city known as Old Town, ami designated and descrii ed upon the map and plan of .'aid city as made by Geo. It. Baldwin, in the year j 837, as Old Town lot number three hut dred and eighty-seven said 'and being levied upon as the property of Isi dore J. Whipple and Charles s. Cook,’ as sur viving co-p rt tiers ol Cook Brothers & Cos., and of Mary E. Cook, as administratrix upon estate of John K. Cook, deceased, and of said Mary K. Cook, Ada Cook. Walter B. Cook and George 11. Cook, to satisfy a mortgage execution issued from the superior court oi said county, in favor of Nan-y Cowan,as executrix of Sumner Cook, deceased. Principal $2,000, besides interest ami cost. Notice of levy given tenant in possession as required by law. Also, at the same time ami place, all that cer tain tract, lot or parcel of land situate Ijing ami being in the i )ld Town of the city of Briins ick, sahl county and stale, known’, according 'o Itaidwin’s map of said city ma le in thoyear 1817, as the western one-half of Old Town lot number four hundred and eighty-one < 181), s lid western half of said tot bounded on the north by Old Tow n lot No. imi, on the east by tile ea-tern halt of said lot, on the south by George street, and on tire west by Albany street. Levied on as the property of E. M. Dart, as trustee of and for Julia s. Lamhright, K. D, Lambright, Irma E. Lam bright and Joseph H, Lambright. and of the said Julia S. Lambright, to satisfy a mort gage execution fr m Glynn superior court in favor of .1 J. Lissner. J’rincip 1 *100.03, besides interests and costs. Notice of levy given to de fendants aa required by law. ' Also, at the same time and place, that certain tract, lot or parcel of land in the city of Bruns wick, said county and state, known and identi fied on the map and plan of said city made by G -orge R. Baldwin in tne year 1837, as Old Town lot number sixtv-three, Pi miiled on the lorth by old Town lot number sixtv-Iwo, on tli e-.iM In Grant sticet. on the souih by old i own lot No. and on the west by Oglethorpe street. Levied on as the property of IV. B, Burroughs and Crovatt ann Whitfield, a firm composed of A. J. Crovatt anti Bolling Whit-' Hell, to satisfy a mortgage execution issued from Glynn superior court, in favor of Airs. Minna Lts-ner. Principal being $1,200, interest to Dec 7. J597,82(46, attorneys’ fees $143.60, and cos s. Notice el lew given tenant iu potsesson as required by law. This 10th day of December,- Also, at the same time ami place, one iron safe (Herring .V t o. j atent), J chairs. 3 desk-. 1 table. 1 l"tter press ami 1 type-writer table; tevhd on as the property of *A. F. Franklin, to -atisfy an execution issued from the superior court of said county in favor of W.B. Ferry and son against said A F. Franklin, as maker, and l„ L. Gwinn. as endorser. Tills 10th day of December, 1807. Owing to the dilliculsy and ex pense of moving safe the same wilt riot be ex hibited at the courthouse door, but can be seen at theJCoison Hardware Company’s store, on Bay street.- W. H. BLURIE, Sheriff. CITATION. State of Geokgia, (Joi nty of Glynn. To all whom it may concern: Thomas Boone has applied for letters of dis mission from the estate of C. M. \V. Boone, late ol said county, deceased. Let any objections he filed'ey the first Monday iu February, by is, at which time said application will be hoard. HORACE DAIvT, iirdinary Glynn County, Ga. State of Georgia, L GLYNN COt'NTY. I To all whom it may concern: Mrs. Amy Lamb,' widow of John F. Lamb.late of said county, deceased, haring duly applied to me to have sot apart and assigned to her from the estate of the said John P. Lamb, de ceased, an allowance for support and mainten ance for the space of twelve months from the date of administration on the estate of the said John F. L imb. dceeasertrand appraisers having been appointed to set apart such allowance, and they having made and filed with me their leturn in terms of the law, this is to cite all per.-ors concerned to show cause, if any they can. before mo, at the December to m, Ixiif.of this court, to ho held op the first Monday in De-emner next, whv sail application for a year's siippoiT should not he giauleil and the re I urn of said appiai-ers should not be con tinued and ullnweil a- such Slipping. Witness my hand and eilicial signa'uro the 2d rlav of Vovoml or. !s'*7. HORACE DART.’ Ordinary Glynn County, Ga. STATE OF GFOaOt V, \ Cor.xTV of Gt.v xx. | To whom it may concern. M. 11. D.ntnpotl has in lawful for n applied to me f.o permanent loner- of administration on tne e-ta e of M. \. I . Iloii.-lo.i, late < f svid ! I'otinty, ih'ee.sei. Let a v -hjecio to the' granting of ell letters tie- nleo. or niadi at the I 1 1 gul • r February term, lsin of the court of ordinary of said county, at which term said ap pl.ealion w ill in- heard. Tins danu irv IBhB. I Hi lit At K DART. | Gidinary Glynn County,Ga. -- . Founders, Machinists, Boilermakers and Blacksmiths. Saw Mills, Locomotives, Boilers, Engines, Printing Presses, Dynamos, Mo tors, and all kinds of Electrical Machinery neatly and promptly repaired. We will respond lo caL. on Marine Work At All Times—Night or Da”. We will furnish ail kinds of supplies and materials lor tne trade at iowes' prices. All our work will be dffne by first-class mechanics. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 529 Hay St. Agents for the Celebrated Ridgway Rrnnswirlt fia Engines and Dynamos. DIUIIJWIU, Ud. Atlas Engines,^ Portable and stationary boilers, .shafting, pulleys, belting, pipeing, injectors and liftings, sawdust and coal-burning grates. Twenty carloads for quick delivery. Get our prices. Some and see us. Lombard lion-works and Supply Cos., capauiTy^Tk/hl inds Augusta, Ga. PLANT SYSTEM PASSENGER DEPARTMENT, N., i SO.W3. Time Table i j Passenger Mixed NO. 23, Fassengcr j Mixed Daily. isiiietni IVesdayJan. : Daily. Daily, Daily. 18 IS 8 12 01 am 8 10am— Bon pm Iv Brunswick ar l:Dpai.... 1010 pm.... 10 loam—lo oj pm ar Waycross Iv . ij, :aui... i BJ> >m 11 05 am... 10 30 pm iv Waycross ar j BaOam... Isfidein 100 pm... 12 33 an ar Tifton Iv aOrim. ;:l lupin 125 pm... 12 45 am Iv Tiftton ar 2 45im....i 300 pm... 2 35pm... 2jo am ar Albany iv 1 :;o irn t 1 ::opm 12 15 pm... 1 am ar Savannah tv ssam j 5 15pm 50,Spin... 613 am ar Charleston iv ..... (li:ipm.,..j 1 00pm... 730 am ... ar Jacksonville Iv 820 am I 410 pm.... 815 pm... 10 30 am ar 8t Augustine iv ] ar Sanford ly ! 7 30 pm ar Tampa Iv 7 40, in 2 35pin. . 1;5 am ar Chomaaviiifc is 2 05um... 4 VIA TIFTt N & G. 8. & F. '8 10|am 800 pm.. iv—Brunswick ar l sopai :010pm... 100 pm. 12 35 am Dr.... Tifton .... iv SWbun....: :i lOnr .... 4 30pm : 4 OVam ar.... Matron —25 pm ill 60am 735 pm ;745 am ar ... Atlanta l\ j 7 53pm I 82uaiu 110 am..; 100 pm ' r.... chaUanoga .. . U: j 2 55pm....i 4 05am.. . 640am.i 665 pm ar.... Nashville,... A! 9 00am....i1l 20pm. 7 80pm .I 720 am ar..;. Si. Louis .... i: j 8 65pm....j 7 56am... IA WAYCROSS & MONTGOMERY. 8 10am.,.1 8 00;in I iv Br:u.wlek ....ar : 1 80pm ... 10 10-n" 11 10 am..Jin Imm ar. . Wr.) cross tv i ’I! :i7nin ...- Bispn .... 920 pm. 7 45,110 ar ...Montgomery ....tv 8 00pm’...: 7 55am.. - 12 22 a in.. 1201 am ar ""Birmingham iv:. 4 wipm ...i 4 51am.... 6 55am... 7 00pm jar N;,.-hv'i!ie !• : tlbopin ... 1.0 2ipm 7 32pm... 7 20ain... ar St. Louis..... lv ; 8 55pm...i 7 76am.... 12 25pm... 381 pm nr Louisville !: j 2 55am ..J 8 35p 4 12pm ■,. 7 25pm jar ■ ■..Cnicninaii Iv ill opm ■..j1l [K,niu ... BETWEEN BRUNSWICK, MACON & ATLANTA- VIA i U TON AM MACON. 8 15am.. 800 ini |av... Brunswick ...ar! .... 130 pm... 10 10 un . 430 pm.. 4 05am 1ar.... Macon ....Iv 1 1125 pm ... I; 5.1 am.. 785 pm ,1 i 45am , : _ .ar Atlanta .. .ivj . 7 lupin ... 8 20am .. s—Rogu’ar stop. F—Stop on signal. Direct, connection made at Wavcroas with thtouyu Pnllman sineping Cars foi .Montgomery, Nashville. St. Louis, Charleston, Cineinn ti and ail points v ob; HboT mpn and St. Angus tine. Reeling chairca e between Waycross and Montgomery via Thomasyillc. B. htJXHAM, GEO. \V. COATKS, B W. V P.ENN, General Snpt. Divi-i n Fans. Agent, Pass. Traffic Manas?'. TTla© WORLD’S HSIB 7 ! 7 BOW x &,*,, /i\ / Pi the World’s most friendly smile are [ Jsf 2 **^*/|S/ - ¥*& f\ Q always ready for the well-dressed j P I man. There’s no mistake about this * Energy may miss its mark. Talent V- may K° a-begging. Virtue itself may die (t Hi,'®'/' of **eglect. But there is always a welcome t | ) ;*V’ and measure of success for good clothes. * fig A If you wish to test this bit of Philosophy, I i ust or <l<-‘ r one of the elegant suits of i M. Born Sc Go.- ! THE GREAT I t Il Chicago Merchant Tailors d.J /i j”: • r k° 9c pr<iuctions ore noted everywhere for cboKfe I '• ] material - cat fit and finish, and perfeet np-to-def i $1 [;•' *■ f —it*— ctjle. A “BORN" alt of clothes U a pass f fililiflf fit'-*- 1 - If jrj port to the World's friendship! , mmm j A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED, i LL Selected Patterns to order from. I—- ' CALL ON LEVY, Sole Agent. FRESH Frail oil CoiFeGttonQry. j Cigars and Tobacco. I French candy, and affy made fresh ev- | ery day. Eli Zissamato, 392), NKWGASTLK BT. HOTIGE, I am representing the old reli able Ludden & Bates Southern Music House, of Savannah, 6a., and am now prepared to furnish Steinway, Matliushek, Sterling and Huntington Pianos, and Mason Sc Hamlin and Sterling Organs at low prices and upon eay terms. We also have a few special bar gains in instruments having been used, shopworn, etc. Give me a -•all and I’ll save you dollars. A. J. McVEIGH, 50 Sr2L°MS. 8 ‘-