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(JHI\DINO on JUSTICE.
THE COURTS RKStTMB THEIK SIT.
•11NO FOii THE WINTh R'S WORK.
Judge Ad&uaa Charges the Omnrt Jury
on Romo Important Point* Tbs DU
voivo Mill In Full Blast Resolutions
on the Death of J. J. Abrams, Esq
Tho City Court's Work
Yostwrday morning the Superior Court
convened for the lVot'mbwr term amt them
uat a throng of w Itnosse* in attemlaTU's.
The court nxwi an,l hall were crowded with
jurors, grand amt petit, wttne-sw*, amt jvor
tie. to suits that were to be there isMiv leretl
\t lOo'cl-x'k Judge A. Pratt Adams walked
into the court num atid t,x>k Ills evil upon
the hench. Sheriff Rotmtt opene<l the court,
which ptvxxxxlivl at (imv h> business. The
fellow mg grand jurors were called
and answered jvrereut Francis IV
Rlood worth, Jam, vs M Barnard,
Thomas Daniels, Thomas F. Stubbs, James
R. Fiovd, Fred M Hull, Reuben L Rook
well, Merritt \V. Dlson, l.ttcius V Wake
man, Tomlinson K Johnson, John Sullivan,
James K Gortnanv, Moses J Solomons,
William 1. W.-tkoW, . ov>rge !\ Parish.
John G Rutter. Horace A, Crane, Dattiei
H.wan, Alls'it S Bacon. (tar land M. RvaU,
William J. Marshall, Uoorgv* A Whitehead,
George S Haines. A Jesse Ives, Gustav
Kokstein, William U Morrell.
Solicitor General dußignoti adminstored
the oath and the grand jury retired, and
elected Francis D. Uloodworth Foreman.
JVDOK 40AMS' CHARUK.
When the jury returned to the court
isv>m after the election Judge Adams cwve
them his charge, which was comprehensive
and clear. He called their attention to
those habitual violation' of law which must
necessarily Iv a (art of a bulge'# charge
until they shall have ,vassi. The sale of
liquor on Sun iso , which was a gross viola
tion of a just aim wist, law . the selling of
liquor to minors, drunken men and habitual
drunkards should also t>x-wi ve t lie attention of
the grand jury. He did not know whether
there wns any gambling in the city, but if
there was the jury should pursue that over
shadowing minister of iniquity and slay it.
It was a matter of public congratulation
that the necessity for anew jail has been
recognised and t hat the new building is
ahinv-t ready to 1> turned over. Judge
Adams charged the jury to inspect it and
make any suggest urns that it saw proper.
THK jrSTK'KS OF THK TRACK.
He charge,! the grand jury to examine
the Kv'ks of the Justices of the IVace to see
that they are j'rojierly kept; that no ex
orbitant chargee air made for issuing war
rant*, tor what ,nunee warrants are issues!
and if the proper disposition had not Iren
mate of the cases brought Irfore them
thev should lie indicted for tualinaotioe.
Tiie occasion W ill s>x'n aris> for guarding
the Ballot !>ox. He feared that in tho jxast
the pivqxvr attention had not Usui given to
that matter, blit it was the most important
duty of tiie grand jury to see that the
punty of the ballot box was preserved.
The purity of the ballot Isix is the only as
surance of an honest government, and the
frauds of corrupt men should not Iv jn'-
niitted tothwrart the will of the peojvle.
Bribery should lie punish,s!, and the rxxx'iver
of a bribe is equally guilty with Urn giver.
THK 014) COURT ROm
Speaking of five court house, he said he
did not doubt, that the grand jury would
agree with its predecessors that the building
is inadequate and the aooomniodaUons m
sufficient and such that they slnwiKl not lie
t.Cerat.si in an' civ tliaed community The
building is unsightly an,! mocks lb,' dignity
w Inch sh'Rild mark a temple ,vf justice He
oal’tsi attention to the election which is to
lie held next month to ,ietermine whether
the city shall wet the title to the old cettve
teay ia the Count v Oammretoners a< a site
for anew os-art 'hixtse. an! said that, no
mat ter w hat the result of the election should
lie. it .Wight to be ao-eptei as a final
seUJenMtel of the quest-sat whether the
,senetery sh.xvM be used as a court house
sit*. A tine buAitng w ouki be a credit to
the community. It would not des.x-r*;e the
oea-i. but would be a testimonial to the
humanity of the living Fortunately. tie
added, it is largely in ihe power .vf the
gran.! jury to give direction in th.s matter
.1 CV W 4l*H's KSi' Ar*.
The esosiv ,vf cvnincts from the oer.vtct
ism)* is a k „ ledge.
N-vt af, eonv ;. :s from 5! ' county have
escaped Is :,w their ter-.-.s had expired. and
there was otic notable .'as*' ,vf the escape of
a c. nvict wh' i- voider a w-i .c-e for
murder He was not tnr y advuws! as to l
the case, but then ,s reasor. to bcl.eve that j
there was negligence. an.l he thought it a ;
jvroivr esse fix to. grand jury to snvwm
ga:e a;si bring to li e attention of the chief i
,ixv. ;w . : Siate.
" hen the Ju tg* bad finished his ehargv. ,
the grand ;,nry n : .re! to its txxmvv to con
ss-ks' is' caeres to be brought lW.sre it. and
the petn jv.txxrs were call*! and sworn
The osjrt then ttnmj of siirw .if the ]
noevssery iv.v:;.-is- .ncs.i,to the oner,; gof
the term The hen s,y ,sv,-.rt will be as *,\i
lows From v oYo.x-k to Ui. mot .ad
.'hamb'-s nvaives. t'r.vm IP to i an.! from
f-SJ to fi 'V jury tr.siv hut the tr-u*l o! rn
ivs-tar.t crunsna: ,\a**s w;* permitted to
run over lb**, hours. The .kvtet was taker.
Bp and the oases aasignoi for trial.
RTMtEVs KA-OTS rsTlKtv
Judge Adams then .saiks! the divorce
docket an.! prossohsi w ; h the aecond tnab
tti -Ass whu-F. bat bad their first triad at
the lass tern-, of (vxut
The second vrer.ij.-Ts were fcr.nd. and
divorce* crartc-5 ;a the f.viewing .saacs,
Rj-xab-th wa', vs Jim C, Fdl lliurotti
Jnhrpor, vs VVT.dam Y Johasoa. 1-ula
IV'wvty vw lv.she.~t rVwsbr, TT.'sa V H.-w
arvi vs, I'Siarles H. ward, fVter Hey w.vvi vs
Saßte Hrywvvv! TSswiias i' a'.lcer vs.
Frigiroa M'aiher Kwrca L Rcc-tf,w\! ,s
Kartar. V R*s'sf.s~vl. Janscs K Hog-an vs
Ki-.ealvci!. Hgw > N -. -.a- V. bt-.g-ht -s M'a-v
A'.'.brtgbt. S.mi,vr. K nh* vs V* v K t;*.a
Wilitam Ranks vs Arm* Ra-A-s
Hyrrs vs Varv Hyve\ w-ph ts clet.vn
vs htey RingWim. '.V .a IV.'k. .S -y vs
The case c# A Varv.iebetein et al vs J. J
DaW and David Weds w-a> >iis . ssod by c.x.
IV.sUons for ihcvrp.iratj.vn -vf the Dosplcs'
1 -van vAvn-qiaxy ar-d the Kuig r> .vf Fa tr.-.a>
Had Akssa-sbV sin were fu-si
The grand j urv thou .vame in with cts
f v3.sw.tM: iteijcrr-cnts J ohr. l\ Treaplf.
.•’•.-rying <vw.aw.sa! wwajvsis Jan-.-'* S Oo
liv J.vt.n TV, h vcs Jama* Thtpsw and
Coffee H.vrgmn, s .nple ;ar.vemy. Monroe Gor
don. i ester Thi to—avt., Retr. jvj'.v.n Y oung and
Alfnai tk aJtcm, bssngvary. arsl Idv ~ vVmp
bail. assa;..'. with inhM V nnarviev
TV WAurt then r.svk recess unr.. 4 CiYiadk
i. x Atsm' ntvn
We court convened j the aftwmootv F
J. CVsW.it.vr. VX; a-.wf and pops.s-,.iAt the
reeo-r te.vm whxh ha.i beer, puses-, npoo the
death *if the law J. J. Abram* Rsq .a mo .:
Hr of the ta- In re viewing the l.re .if Mr
A beams a high tnbote was pa*, to hts
carkal aha. ty as a law-yer. his th-vroiigl;
kneerledgw the law. and t.!cam wbrchbe
Aiways ev-. itesi a the pn .a-M vt ,vf ts.
.-asca TV fo.icwiTig ree.vhita.vas were ther
kweoirsvi TMai i. ihe death of the .Vs-eaW
-vemhes *vf the bar. Jacob J. Atvarns. ar. e.'se
adwooaje ene; lawvvo- has hew io*u to a* m.
fteawa. a srmng w-4 aewsec ftAeis. }*s paanss
any *• loe .wm Jy o- r vrojsv,.
has affhcselt tfemib
IbenhiML. ThAJ iht* court saaS. 'or
the agy as a Bitea dtenwovhe : smo
aw-', that the Nark furatsb. a o N ,v*a,,!i
tioas to ius Jannb 1 J ,-Y *..t
J y Saxvrei.
R;tv> 1. Ijes-re*.
1 k Kaauw
T"ie -eav'ntv.ms were ae.s.vn.Vi by Hentx
Sic Akan, £wq
J. K Beokw ;Ug Keq, syok-e at acme
ktertt'. • the k.ndneas of Mt Abrams
ymand the vss.7tpe,- awanhws of the ptw
tnnoan. who were w*h the mar.v
nteaaCMs that been the y.xmg advwvat,
•a* asi that as. one of the vounger xnesn
ber, lie did uot d,wiiv'that kiudmua to bo
Judge Adams said thnt ho would roceivo
tlie iv'solntions, and in ocivitviuiuv with their
request, would adjourn the court ns soon ns
the rv'turn of the gr ind jury was received,
meanwhile no othej- business would Is' trans
After some time the grand jury came in
with another batch of indictments, elnirg
fug Abo Gnnt., George Ijiws and John
Keonel w itli burglary. Joe Jrhnston with
simple larceny. David Days, Sum Williams
and AUs'i t Grant, alms Alls'rt. Mmire, with
ii-Miiilt vvith intent to murder, and G. W.
Ward, alias J. R. Woerner, the safe blower,
with burglary .
Judge Aliun* will proceed with the crimi
nal doeket on Woiiuosilay, on w hleh day
the cases of Sam Williams, On!!!,' Morgan,
David Da vs, Janie* tj. Collins, James Du
prvA-, J. \\'. William*, Albert Grant, Ren
janin Young and Alf r,si WnlUm will lie
trail On Thursday Al* Gant. George
Sams, John Keonel, Tan! ('atntvU.ll, Ja'
Johnston, (i W. Watvl the safe blower, and
lsv-'ter I'atterson will lie tried.
After the assignment of thee eases the
court took recess until 9 o'elo,-k this morn
In the City Court.
The City Court also reconvened, having
adjourned over from last month. A num
ber of jail ruses w ere trie,i and d!s|v*,si < f.
Gabriel Marks was sent to the chain gang
for six months tor larceny from the house
of Norton Frierson.
Joe Murphy pleaded guilty to larceny
from the house and went lip for six niontlis.
Charley Raker g't twelve month* tor
stealing three ivsil- from A. Falk ft Ron
Uiehan! Hoiks is to go to the chain-gang
for mx months for stealing a luusiv’ box from
D R Kennedy.
Harrison Cis'per got twelve months for
sti-alnig a ham from A. M ,V C W West.
A nolle proa, was entered in the case of
Allen Field*, chargixl with st,\aling chick
cits, hut he crot six months for cheating and
*w milling Hod Alston out of that same lot
!V>ra tlohiK-s alias Chusky Bacon got one
year for receiving stolen pvxls, to which
charge she pi,vide,! guilty, and one year for
simple larceny, of which she was convicted.
Charles Gillen went up for twelvemonth*
for cheating John Burke out of s'.o
Tom Young was trio! on a charge of
v agrancy lint dismissed
William Fisher got thirty days for carry
ing iwin-oaied w ,va[s'ns
J.vlm Wilson and John Bryant pleaded
guilty to Is'ing a*vAissori,e after the fact in
receiving four watches stolen from K J.
Crane, and weiv> s,>nt to tho chain-gang for
William Ricks was found guilty of steal
ing NiV'. from DanielSheftalland sent to the
chain gang for six month* for simple lai
ihin Henderson gv't six months for steal
ing thrv-e pwii-s ,'f sli,a* from the stoie of
Warmv-k \ W illiams.
Henry Sutton was se -t to the chain gang
for mx months for committing assault and
Ksttery on Dora Jackson.
On VYeiinwsiay the case against Yellow
stone Kit will be tried.
In THE MAYOR'S COURT.
Blue Monday for a Big Batch of Law-
The Mayor had quite a batch in his court
yesterday morning Joa-phine Small w.v<
up f'Vr being ,!mnk aisl disorvteriy. for
which oiTense* site got ft- ,vr ten davis The
case of tve rge Rvyer* was only a plain
drunk and he was let off with f N or flw
days t'lare ('arter and Amo B'.urt got
drunk and had a most territVc fight in War
ren square. Their twttie ,\*.t them ft- ,vr
ton days each. IVvlly Sly aivi Annie
Givs-ii ha,! also imbibed too freely, and in
terfered with OflSeir Morgan m ihe ,i:s
char-gv' -vf his duTv The g.-avity .vf their
offe;.-*- brvHight o-.i them the -s . 1,-; >- of , c
,vr thirty day s each Raster q'.ha.i
thneatenei is' sh.v>; Frank C" er. with a
rastwi and he got fli or thirty days, and
Wiihiu Saiirdni-s got the same sen ten,-e f,vr
Unrig off a pistol in the street-
S YATKS LEVY DEAD
On* of Sarwr.nAh* Most Prominent
Ijiwyers Calltd by Grim Peatb.
Mx\ S. Yates lj*ry. for a kaiji time on*
of the iv: vl brilliant lawyers in this part of
tb* State. died yesterday Maj l.e\i wit
■ alive of tYiar .i"! S O and was anv r.i
berof one of the n> >4 prominent lsra.-ht.ish
famill** Of li st -v:y He nfß.v ei to Jvt
vannah bon on tea nwA.-.p r.-.an. and as
s.\nr. after adn lied to it** '.tar. of * hi. h
be al onoe Kvniw a brilliant member,
55* a- a ..vtitimm-i inf ennneßt
literarv ability, a cv-Tovi .nrat.tr, and
a forv.hle wrm-r He was a wvil known
eoatrtta.ior to tb* press. v>-;fc winch in after
veal's la- became wrawtei
At tii* .wit break of tb* war be became j
Capra"! of the Ovr 1 .fht Guards. a <vm
p* tin P.rs: \ ....... .nr Rngtmmd.. and
was a/iecwarv. Ml aye ,nf tbai ey: nei-t. He
•: wal mlt do: v ,'M ta al M.nms Island
Oharieiston harlwr. in tb* oairtpaifm in
I'ptner t'ev; .* and in Ter.oesane lie was
aftecwarC ■ lumt aod in)inand for
s.'—.se t .meat J.'bnamY IsJarKi. Ohio.
At Ibe .inv- ,nf tbe war be mKitae.l
tbe y-.no* .if the Jaw wb e-h be oonUnnni
v.v.nu fa.r..it l oalih oompe-ioi him to reun*.
He was an .ember of several law f.rr.ns. bis
last vartnor Kang tb* iate ,'u .cr Edward J.
Hardee-. May Le\y was at .ane Unne e.bt.nr
of the Sana v.ah TXti'y .t.v- - >- Ontb*
rev-yaaaaal >n .nf tbe v. iantoer soldiery in
• s'.X be wa .-bonrt Carta.i. .nf tbe d.ntnston
lAs i.t 1. fvttry a “id werroi as s-.K'b for ssnn*
time. He was a men. her of tbe
H.\vnl of Kdrana -ai at tbe time .nf his
death h.. .. :. i’od avt* ni.'.r.tbs aj-o and
he teaves no eh Atom. His fuitietl will take
pisoe from ihe wew.den.s* dMs iVtavns
C..ba, on Lafhjfnftte at S -fV oVbvk
K K Kep.nard went up to Atlanta last
Hor.ry MeAJpitv. Esq . of Athena, was us
tbe city yossvT-.iay
1 joct. 0 V Carter is stat .oned lonapvs
partly at Fort Clinch. Fhnnia
Cron, ti M SomeA lienersl Manager of
tb. 1 I.TU.V bi.n&msb.p Oor.'va: v. rerarnesi to
tbe Bti iwnnvUT from Yew York after an
ahsresv of tw o m.nntba He iierv-irTs that tb*
n. * pier. Yo S.Y Yortb river, has lieen m
j. . nek. and that ,t is a trswl fieyai.J and
s. tbrwfnm. TV new sjoarrml-.i.'
i. w, under w ay. and w -.;. be done tr time
t. lb. neat season's ls.s t .ss
Ken T\ *' K *'./*> nf " : 'irtor N. C ,
a. ir. tbe ,'Uy s .be unf Kcbmr.. .uon for tb*
S-.-nax > Tnet.he <f that city Tb* bnddir.p
was .lamasrsi by tb* Tb* so
,-nel.v s in debt aa.s it rtotw. are da
It is Therefor*, neosasa-n to oail ujvnr.
fihamtbie i>v.'o* for tb* m.ia*y v mak*
tb* -needed retnai-s Mr Kelley is indorsed
by tb* AnaerKnar. Pert Society
Y ECi. S.ntM.
Tb* ladies’ A unitary CWnromitt** of lb*
Younp Sler.Y Cl.n>jaji Assvtsu.te wiii
hoki it* rntpalar noontbly uneetiif at f Sf
e'cio.iJ. this aftenssor. In ti* assVASU .r
The idostrwtod hviar* by R*r.ry JFYitb
tT.wi oa Taesday eremup new pr-emsas re
In* 'try interes: ipp
Tb* jyrnnas.BTr atwararns wh>.-b. is be.nc
ia.-nßf*ci .."ed w . 1 he ready f>nr w .n aboßt
V wi* .n, ra-k.' is beiap ar
ranpr.' for tv t. v•. ' *<for* tb* asn.nmah. a
al an early
to- !.*>• r< T> -• • Otser** s—
T**.wr.h Baev.-w. *j. Tan iai . H*** ww
chaapwi! wo -alts! smyes'iinp theta er.vyx ,
ih.nk KWte: of uai which 3 hnirsi rntal-iur *ei.
*>* Aw !9es - Masi fttvri,, Sole onij a
TIIF. MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1887.
THROUGH THE CITY*.
Items Gathered Here and There by the
Ravannnh T/vige, Knight* of Honor, will
There wore nine arrests yesterday and ail
of them were for disorderly conduct.
The Planters’ Rice Mill Company will
hold it* annual meeting at tho Treasurer's
office on Friday.
Thursday w-ill be the Feast of the Immac
ulate Conception of the Blessed Virgin
Mary, and is a holiday of obligation in the
Roman Catholic church.
The German American Mutual Iswn and
Ruildiug Association will hold its fifteenth
regular tnonthlv meeting at the Secretary's
ontoe, No. ION Rav street, to-night.
The Georgia Historical Six-iety has ar
raugtsl for an address or essay to tie deliv
eredeither by some member of the society
or some prominent Georgian at each
monthly meeting during the w inter.
The MohHINU Nkws acknowhvlgee the
re-eipt of a can of oysters fnvm the Belvi
der,' Oyster Company, Bryan Neck. Gs.
This coiiijvany is one of the new enton.ir.sos
of tlie State and is engaged in the cultiva
tion of those delicious bivalve*. The sain
pies sent are equal to any oysters brought
to this city.
RIVER AND HARBOR NOTES.
Happening* Among the Shipping and
Along tha Wharvaa.
The 'teamtug B. W. Morse, of Bath. Me.,
will lie sent out to tow the schooner Carrie
A. Lane on to New York. She will also
bring out a steam pump with which to keep
the vessel free of water.
The Norwegian hark Charlotte A Little
field vvas cleared for Liverpool, with S.STJ
tvirrols of rosin, weighing 1,ti07,91.N p,’um!s,
valued at i'.TtM. Cargo and veesr'l cleared
by Messrs, tv. R ishottcr A: Cos.
The *teann>r Pope Catim ran up on one of
the jetties while coming up the river Sun
day. causing her to sj'ring a leak. She was
taken lip yesterday morning on a sandbar
above tne’oity and the leak was repatml.
The -t,Miner return,x! to her wharf again
Messrs. Straoban ,Y 00, clearwi yesterilav
the British Ivork Donegal for Trieste, w ith
-t.t'iS liarreis of rosin, weighing 1 .(t'.D.iji.v
jxxitvis. value,! at fl.tsV. and 'JJO Ksn-els of
spirits turpetitine, measuring lLd'S - -* gal
lons valued at N.-WU. Total vaiuatnvn of
cargo 1 12,300. Cargo by Messrs. S. T. Shot
tar A Cos.
A survey was held yesterday on the
schooner Helen A. Chase, which put inhe-re
Sunday in a leaking oocdjtioa The survey
was hek! by l\vrt Warden Wiggms am!
t'ajq Leighton, of the brig Robert DiUevn.
Thev recommend*! that a sufficient p,vrtion
of the --arc" lx> ,iis,-hargoi, s,' that the .ven
tre board i. ...ib. w beie the leak is suppose,!
to be. can be got at.
THE POOR ARE WITH US.
The Advanoa Guard of the Winter's
The sunny South attracts by its genial
winters ihe itinerants of the work! As the
swallow is said to be the sign of the coming
of spring, so is the street mendicant or
traveling showman, as well as the well-to
,k' tv-unst's appearance in this latitude the
harbinger of w inter. The troops of organ
grinders- which ,vxne in company with the
tourists, have not yet reached her*, but
they are ptwbalvly en "oute, and with their
sad fa.-xxi imwikeys will soon lie gat'ienng in
the nickel' from delighted children and
smiling .!atnos. A m,vnkey. at a distanoe,
is a child's delight- and the story of his
antics .s a source of never-failing pleasure
for .lay s after he has ssaight .xiier sivnes.
IV'pie who soe the organ grinder and his
monkey a-.kvn think that psxidmg through
the strix-ts with a heavy kva.! on one's Uv-k
vs ivarv! work and that the jvxvrly .ire-sssi
shewman. f,vr a sh-vwinan he is in his way.
wed deserves the p.ttar. v he receives.
The oivvxf o s;-,, this winter is a big
gn**i\ twr. His kw!;ng a -is ovnsisi m
uottig things that twa-s are not disposed to
,i,\ ,ian ~ig an,! turning avtuersauds. The
master is as -doggy as the bear, and tlie
latter Tvcogm*'* hi* antKvnry if not hi* re
la; -oivship While there is always a motley
gathering wherever the pair stop, the bnsj
tMMS is wi, ntly n,vt very luorat.ve The
i... s-- a:. 1 per., .as came in a> slowly the
. ther day that the man propreted *o wrestle
w :th hts ccmpaaKvo for five -sent* a round,
Kit tberv w>re r>,' takers. It vs ahard life,
th * tr-.j.igitig through the oocntrv loading a
txvar. a. i if the boys who worrr the man
an . -ug v pet knew that both of them
j rvsla: v ori.-n <rc h-.-.agry, tliey wouk! at
ast more kmd.y in the.r trwatment
ev en if thev shorn.! prefer to sjveod their
n ; y for fi reworks and toy . s
Kvoryixxiy wav travels the business
strvx-t- ,q Savar.nah has by this time
seen the two ,a.fortunate* whose affix
t.-ons appeal ioui'v tv- she sym
pathtes of the kin!-beart<id. A txxvr
w te woman w-: - lia* lost her bar,is. and a
white mar. who has had b-vth arms cat off
near the etv mx. They atv lv>th viators,
but ar,' n.xt t-ye: h<-r The woman sits
j ■.-i.tiy ,vn th,- walk letuag bar mis
fortunes s;voak for her; she has nothing to
at 1!. bat simply- seek* sums The mar is
earning his living by selling lea.i-pencils.
Then there are the kx-ai unfortunatos
the old blind negro, who for years ha*
beggeii from door to door, and who. it *
sa. i. is hai'i-omeCy jvr.-vT.iixi for by the
.daily <vc,r.t- .or* .vf chamtahV bus:
rvo-s river. He j.as a rival in a mulatto w- ( v
man who is also bund. She is *.w sc ener
get ic in her way, and therefore ajvrarer.tiT
o.ves n.vt do * weil. There a number,
t.xv, of wall known white uMteticurs. w.to
have is- particular a. meet They V- >r.g
to a si..:ti*s* class that appear to have beer.
Kvm '.vggarv Last- but not least., a-w the
many veeer'ing jxvr. whoee w-ac.t- and
suffer gs are never kticwm A few may
lav e fi- end* who rKieve their wants- but
many sr.flfer hunger ana odd and make so
!n loose houday Lmes :t is bet right for
th.w who are w-eii pr\'n.Vx! with this
work!'* c.v'it te remember those wh- have
tt.err. not. It it not alone the jxxvr that ask
aims- but the rvx-r who are try ing t. heh
th.-mwxves that sbo.-ld he nemi-KiKeYv!—
an>.vrig them are oar fremk tlie orcsn
grinder, the man with the grsix.y Iwar. the
,pksi pencil roan, the lame iv-y who s .Is
tuxt.-hes. and a., other* who in thf-rr own
way are tM-iarx. though they ask for help.
The New City Ctrwrrory.
Mr A. E. Show* i fmn|TiMil | i| rapxihi
w .li, tb* n*w City I>ayc*arT. ami thirds bit
can safely pr>nnr.* it* it. the
mHt pert of next February He ha* been
ousvMKrig tbs city ftf the last tire* W’sets
wvtfc 'W. f.v4 and reqpoßsshl* ,iu:r|.rs.
Th* *rh.-r .uinc and adanertßcag list wj2
d.-rahr la-t v:'> dzracwory from pnwM
.rndtoa toons. 'll wii he • bonk worthy of
pabronapw. and .w of winch lb* city may
b* tasty- proud.
Rots' Karonekhom Tweed Suita, im
par ts and s\mo Cap tS St this w-set at jut
2* inch Wai TVnlb TV. at Alanay V
* JtifomjLr *
Art. nil .'Tj of "fhfahia and C*a;-
tea.' Tnce-.nar ' •'Fbobard ib* Third.*' "As
Yew l~t* It* •'Cynnheline.'' "Lady cf
I.y.nnx.' ’ Tb* Jntmeibheok " ami other plays
for san a: E*u..V News Ilepnt. Ftjo* & "
Yow mat* a mistake whea yot la.- to peg
Tt K lesterY prices
Tien's fiaai w gr v D. R Imoar * far
b i t • ansiaa illr.a Omtkw and Sum
. jad* -and ftentiemraY Ye>w and Qjft
Emiwcwdf"*.: K. swa,'afl .toai<M bn-
Wept. P, Oft
THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
Mr. Charles N. West’s Essay Upon
The Georgia Historical Society held its
December meeting last night at Hodgson
Hall. Gen. Henry R. Jackson presided.
After the routine business had been trans
acted Charles N. West, Esq., read au in
teresting essav upon Sidney I-nnier,
one of Georgia's proudest litterateurs and
musicians. The ball was well filled and
would doubtless have been crowded had
there been wider notice given of the ad
dress. Tlie essay was listened to vvith the
ekisost attention, and the essayist was
voted the thanks of the society, and the
Librarv Committee was directed to secure
its publication in pamphlet form.
At the conclusion of the uddivss the Libra
rian submitted a handsomely framed letter,
written by Henry ('lay, accepting an luvi
tation from the atiieus to visit Savannah in
The sjiecial committee apjx'intixi at the
last meeting to prepai-e suitable resolutions
ujvon the death of K. J. I-iu-combe, an hon
ored member of the society and one of its
curators, submitted it* report, which was
The Library Committee's report recom
mending the purchase of now books was
A THROUGH ORANGE TRAIN.
Special Trains Now Running Bet ween
Jacksonville aud New York
A special fast orange train is now being
nra between Jacksonville and New York,
carrying cars through to Washington. Bal
timore, Philadelphia and other point*. It
constitutes an all rail freight line between
Jacksonville and Eastern cities, and orange
tariffs have been issued to the above named
The new line is to bo known as the At
lantic Coast Line Dispatch, and is oomjxvsed
of cars tumished bv tho Pennsylvania rail
road. tho Atlantic ( „i-t I ine and the roads
of the l'lant system Let ween Jacksonville
and Charleston, each furnishing cars in pro
portion t*v their mileage.
The ears being u-xl on these trains are of
the most improved refrigerator style, lieing
sujwvlievi with jvas*enger cxxi. h -proigs and
air'lraki's, and make alnnvst as fa-i time as
the mail trains thomsolves. The trains leave
Jacksonville every afternoon at 6 o'clock,
ox.vjvt Saturday, when they leave at;. m .
in order to go; through tic,-rg;.i ar.,; b -nth
t'aroUua av a- not te infringe oa the Sun
dsy laws of the
Th s is th, first through fruit car service
that has ever !een put on botwten Florivia
and the Northern and Eastern ci; - Here
tofore ail fruit shq-ixvd to Washing; u and
txvintis North end East was transferred at
Portsmouth to steamers, ami shippoi thenoe
to destination Under the new order of
things the fruit goo* threugn without re
handling. and. m alv-u; one-half the time it
formerly took, while tho rats'* will be the
same as formerly.
THE ROAD COMMISSIONERS
They Report All the Thoroughfares in
The Roa-i Commissioners hold a mooting
in the grand jury room ,vf the City Court
yesterday morning. Gen. George P. Harri
son presj,iing. and Mr. R_ Coakloy acting as
Stx-retary. There were ah*v prose:Capß
James McAipin. J F Sweat, Gvx-rge A.
Keilar. Si'kvni.vn Srieft-xli. G-.-.g’.o Bov.:- jum.
!Y, D. Ever t:, D E > -o.taV.. T B. !Y .
Michael Her.nk. J 1 Rahn, t R Norris.
L J. Thorupe-r. C. Ihicgan. May Ardor-
SB. Cot. Go rcc S Oweivs. F. V Wail,
iwx-rge Ferguson. K. Sack- W. H. Chaplin.
Wtliuuu Gray. J C. Rowland, Caps. D. G.
Purse and H. T. Smart. The rvwds were all
rejv ;-ted in g.vxi condition. Several rcsig
natt ms were ti-ierovi, but the ,*nly one
a,wi4*xi was that of a commissi- :>er wh >
had moved off the road for which he asrved.
The December Number of the Archi
tects aud Builders' Edition of the
Contents; Arvh Construction. The Arrhi
tei'tural Era, Optical Refinements in
ArchUecture, The White Ash. The
Rambo" Tree. Bathing E<tabt;-.hraent
and Casing in Vittel Yossges, Iron
Beams in the Place of Wood Beams.
Rcx'ks f,r Architects' and Bunders'. P.re
Rricks. A t-rCMt Bun .ng Portland Ce
ment. Buildings in t nariestixt. S C .
Chateau at Ca-.ffienau,!rv. New Form of
Chtrjte f.vr t hurchfts. Tube Chimes. Re
movai of Churches An Unsafe Church.
The Joan Crouse Mem trial College for
Wvvmer.. Test.ru: l'..e Protecting Oom
jV'-ands. A French Cottage. A fe.-VV- Col
lage. A Sketch For a C.-ttage, Look at
Your I'm:- i .n's and Wells Dwelluig* for
#4.40. Pw .lings at M,vi, i-*:e Cost. I 'well
uics at C'.en Ridge, Tlie Charter Gas and
Gi>e Er.gtr-c. i \pr Fever Camtxi by
Wed Water P.re: ~vf Shrucru - e. H-w tr
Make a C.n.ful VYr-.’*..!,-. .Artificial
f-xr P.rfe a.-ee. CvasSmiruon of Chimney
Flues, l>jr Forostrv Pr -I l-.-m. Foundation*
in Wt-t or -. ids. The Fopmar Hot Air Fur
nace. Bow W Hav e Growm, Watswright
Ho*:, r. F.- vr.ee Nig'-iUrgae's Hr me. A
g- YY Calif, rr/.a H.-ue rt..r.>rs of Fs.-.cry
Chwraaves. Hcs> to Buiki an lev H-vuse.
Blue Mars n ink. Oruamachal Keystones.
Shakes;* are Nleraoria: at >; -*tf --rd I'pon
Avon. A '..car M tor. Naiis. Painting
Cedar Pav eineahs. P.ne Woods. Imp - ved
IXmbie Surface Ptaaer. P-ar.ts for Room
Decoratico. A Large Contract fer Roofing
Plate. Not Defective P'.umomg. P.re Pro
torti xr.. A Kcr.ier.y for r.ahbit. A Sul .nrlau
A kCiW Resaden.v, Robumte
a New Err vw Proixxrti -is of Rems.
An Ir.-pr v-e Ham! an! Foot Pf '-ft Bam.!
tsaw, ■ ixsw . ..s: A Slabie C rung f Y‘
R w a ktarbie Statue is Made. A G.vxi
Sr.gp' A:. Fgypnaa Tetr.m.-e. A T wer
or. the Mount of pins. Rswuade PjmSa
riecis of Trees is Belg;rur A Tcw-er of
Vtrtorr* t -nee of Wail* of Burring
Rtuidirgx. Th: *Ba'k Yami Price iV For
sale at Esc. - News TG- , ■!, 2', 5 Bali sgrto-t.
P.-Chius- ..is Cm rs a; from .V. to Jgi.-
arur.iea. there is no place for vw- ety and
ofaojoe hte W -.-BercV Ra*a-.
T'.m'J buy that new pox jsfcoas ustil you
have examuxxi -.vsepwi Roaer.bemi .v C*\ *
larp stock. They oar. fit yea in any style
A Rarfc-air. in Er-ary Pareias*
I* the mie of the "Famous.' nortbewss cor
ner C.-.pnx- and Whitaker streets. We
bosi oat no indanoneinw in one article we
seih ar.i then .harps more on another so
mate to. F.'a.L.vwly every ymrohase
case of us s> a harper. eiietluc tt if- m
Ciothinc. Gerntfamor, f rmtshfarap ftyods.
Hats. Trsir.ti ,r I'nbrtaiat H. “ oats w-e
O.' so l 'ia- enoupi. Two of the firm are
<v ms*a*tiy an ttse kvobnnT in New York for
p.vwif m oar line., wish the ready oast, hey
ttf only at the lcw jm.oes. raarafiamin
lap all the ciothiap thesrf. then-by savjap
to oar pufrons the -Kanecd profit. 'which i>
at ieasa pi - o. to R'- A oe a suit or eenviat
Beside that, is enables as to have our ojoth
inp made uy and trimmed hei3- than ords
nanly done t y mans.:aota:*wv a we make
their up for oar o*r sale and strive a- havi
oor rustecnen phased, not only w he® rhev
fmtthas. hurt ahe it the wearrap :f the
fsrwßt We are thankful for the patron
ape reoccT-ed. and oats thaak oaraei ra for
reoeiv.nc as xr.aoh of sk. by jr.v-.nc tut food
qaanty of Oi.uhinp for sari low 'poms'
1-jsdies heantfai French tsd A Soot*
f . 9* thif week at AitzoayarY
Choice oid Tort. Sherry. Catawba and
STippwnnnp W me* at T R ’ mitm 'l
Wmens A ?io '.jades Fa* French
Kvd Shoes oar on.*y 'e fntan at viweot
Bi—diiiriwi & OtvX
Tbs tsarpajnf as Weaheott Baza - wil
onbhmne nut' rurthnr nouoi. ant many
ashen- are edjec thene*.
ON RAIL AND CROSSTI3.
Local and General Gossip In Railway
J. C. Shaw, General Traveling Passen
ger Agent of the Central railroad, left last
night lor St. Louis, where he will establish
An authority in regard to tourist travel
estimates that the number of visitors from
Great Britain to the United States next
year will be over 50.CNXT, while he believes
that the number of American tourists to
Europe will increase from 83,000 this year
to 100,000 in 1888.
Although the Baltimore and Ohio Rail
road Company has been temporarily weak
ened by enormous expenditures in following
out a line of aggressive competition in the
East, the earring capacity of this great sy>-
ton makes an encouraging satisfactory
showing of growth. The gross earnings of
the entire system in INN' were f 18,81.,'40
and in 188f they were e-V,'<50,083, an in
crease of about $3,!HO.000l
The commit tea appointed at the cit mens'
meeting m Pensacola last week to vx>rn
municate with N. N. Clements on the sub
ject of making Pensacola the Southern
terminus of the Chicago and Gulf railroad,
now permanently completct to Tusoaloosg.
has written a letter of inquiry to the gen
tleman. An answer to the letter has cot
yet been received. When the reply arrives
another meeting of the citissos will be
called. nd a copy of the letter an>.i the re
ply will be read.
The Hit W<m County Ftotriot rejoices
thus: “The long-looked-for completion of
the Buena Vista and Ellavi ie railroad to
Aniericus has been accomplished, and the
firet passenger tram over the road rolled
into that city last week. Our people now
have direct communication with Americas,
and no doubt ail concerned are heartily
glad that the extension has been completed.
Jim Stokes, the tireittvu on the road, hod
the honor of milling in the first passenger
train in the absence of the engineer. Mr.
Waterhouse. The schedule has been
changed so that parties going in on the
tram wiU have s.x hours iu the city, ample
time to transact any business. The train
now leaves Buena Vista at 7:30 and arrives
at Anwicus at i':SO. and returning leaves
Americas at 3 and arrives at Buena Vista
at 5 "
Fancy China and Glassware on Exhibi
Attention is directed to the advertisement
of Jas. 8. Silva ,v Son. This firm has set
aside To-day. the 6th, for their opening,
when they ill display ail their choice holi
They have male extensive improvements
in their st 're tile past summer, and premise
all who attend the sight of an array of
pretty things such as has not been here be
A Grand Opening.
To-morrow is the day for the Grand Open
mg at Platshek's. The store is packed to
overflowing with an assortment of Holiday
Goods wonderful to behold. Up-stairs and
down the counters are fillesi with new and
boeutifu! Fancy Goods—all the latest novel
ties —and thousands of articles just
suited for Xmas presents. levs bv
the carload have heen received,
and will be open for inspection.
Every conceivable thing in Toys is repre-
Nentesi in Piatsiiek’s mammoth stock—Dolls
bv tr,e thousand. and in fact such a dispay
as must be s*x-n to be understood in its ooni
piets-ness and extent- Hi member Wedr.es
dav -,s the day, and all will be welcome at
Platshek's Great Toy and Holiday Goods
The mar. that couldn't tell the difference
tetweea a mule's ears and a lemon can
plainly see the advantages of buying his
Sh <es a: K vsenheim'-s. after examining their
goods and learning their prices,
JK Blankets down to F5 this week at A!t
If you want to live well and save money,
buy your Groceries from P. B. Lester.
Ladies decant Plush Wraps, worth fos,
f T 50 this week at A1 Quaver's.
English Earn Pudding, Imported Jams,
and everything luce in the eating line, at D.
B. Lester s.
If you want ‘fee best to Shoe in the city,
buy them from J cwph Rosenheim & Cos.
For chince Prunes, Dried Figs, Evapor
atevi Apples, Fancy Crackers, go to P. B.
Izadie • four-button tan embroidered hack
Kid Gloves. 'Vo this week, a: A tmaver s
Joseph Rosenheim dr Cos. are receiving
another largek4 of Btacy. Adams & Cc. 1 *
oeiet ratoi Sores, all stv .es.
ChMren's ani Xisre* But:--. Fb reia he*
and spring beeL cheap a: 5' a: N ictoois'.
Fin', line of Lancs' Ssdppers. ad dmertp
r. sns. just received at V. ■sen.be:mi Shoe
Fme itnprmd (Ja, Martei. Otard and
Hetmesey Brandies. at IX R Lester*.
Joseph Koswabe-im A Cos. mat? s speeuCtT
of Missee ano. Cfcij.irwj's >pr.r + H-- Sana.
Try IX R Lasrar's IXomesur Champagne,
equal to the imported for half the b.wt.
Fes", aamtont of Gectiernen'k Suppers
prnr shown. can he seen at Ros.en.hesn:’*
Where can ywe get prod Candy for 10c.
and lie.! At D. R Lesser^
W e take plfwssnre in recoennoeadiag E*rk
er's Self-Ramg Buckwheat. winch. by the
•d.iitaoo fatly of cold water or jndk. wifi
make almost lwamtaawonsly. tWirioM
Bu.-kxbet Oaks* Always ready. Always
tv .ahu*. and perfectly healthful For saje
by alt grocers.
W...;anjs A Hoyt* Misses' and Chiiirw's
r-prtag He- State cm he bad only at J. seif it
Roseoheßsa A OfiX
B. R Lester :> o? firing great bargains m
Tomatoes, this week, he sure and erne mm a
.VmepX RoMßbam A Cos art sole agecte
it. Sax-amah fee Staery Adams A Cos and
7a> i r A C*rr ? ,xentJe*nec s i -tv Shoes.
'. ai ’* lasperta T Kit Fuciot. oec ir
lilt .aty t)stu X
)iiH> Ros<ff.he.Tt A Oa. hare jam re
eetted another kff of tii **- rnkhrated A
Shoes .: C mg-ess. UA..S and ©arson.
Infants ti: Bun ot wilt taase. a hareaia at
V* as Xkfente
Mss?* and Chhdmht School Shoes. th
hesa in the aSty. at irwess prices. at Raswn
heim'-s- Shoe Store-. *
Rf* Bata tauac Kyles ant ;noaa hms
ahir. a: Sschah
t* cisTwiit Eneas® Walcms Jack-eua,
Pins® Wraps and a. rCher t im are rac
osaiv. by the jam** a- tt- moioesc coooi a
Sarannai. and the tnr** Eh' j-wwg.
At the teamen Rots*, .raranzaat. 3a...
yra. gee al uu* maters od tat ruxrts-pr.oec
hr ak. ant are iraae f. soft par aar Try
it sac : ootrjom. -haem' new Romt-
FROM CHIN TO BREAST.
Death Averted by the Use cf Prickly
Aeh, Poke Root, Potassium.
I bad a necro working on my place
who had a no ugly sore on his nock,
extending from tuo chin to the breast
Irene. It aa cat mg away rapidly, and
a> supjvvred to be a cancer, lie had
gotten to auch a state thai lie was not
able to work. and eould only swallow
milk or soup At this stage I decided to
try Or Whitehead's Wired Puriiter on
him ! Vii-Ux Ash, Poke Root and Potas
sium P P I' The elTix't was ivrfevdly
wonderful The sore begun to heal at
once, and the man daily gained in
etreugth and tlesh. till finally lire entire
mass of impure flesh came out, and tho
plare tilled up and srahbed over. This
scab finally sited off and left :\ smooth
scar whete once a most filthy eating
sore had been The man is now work
ins in the woods as a regular ham!, mid
is in perfect health. P, F. McDUFKV.
Mr. McDuffy is a well-known operator in
naval stores at Gletimore, Ga.
F. F P. is the only certain remedy for nil
Blood Diseases. Asa tonic it is unrivaled.
For sale bv all medicine dealers.
Dr. W Rtf Kit ran can Ire consulted daily
at the office of the Company, Odd Fellows'
Hall building, without charge. Prescrip
tions and examination /rer. All inquiries
by nuui will also receive his personal atten
Weislrein continues to sell off his Jerseys
at any price, at 35c., 50c., 75c., sl, etc.,
worth more than double.
In the Way of Holiday Gifts
The individual who could successfully com
pile a cyclopedia? of holiday presents pecu
Harly appropriate to any and every indi
vidual idea would be a providential bene
factor to the human race, which annually
puxzles its head over this subject. A sou
venir should be something of intrinsic value
or merit, as it is an evidence of love, affec
tion or esteem, and holiday buyers will find
in our establishment hundreds of fitting
objects and articles. and at prices suited to
the scantest or most plethoric puree. We
mention some few articles—our immense
catalogue scarce covering all : Ladies' and
(Tents' Toilet Sets in oxydizei silver, some
thing new: a beantifuf line of Lemaire's
Opera Glasses, Gold-beaded Umbrellas, a
superb lire* of Ladies' Gold Watches, every
variety and style of Ladies' Jewelry, an ex
traordinary line of Diamond Jewelry,
Chains. Lockets. Lace Pins. Rings, Gents'
Gold and Sliver Watches, Chains, Charms,
and Rings. Diamond Studs. Collar Buttons.
Sleeve Buttons, etc., exquisite Bronze and
Statuary, a royal display of plated and
solid sterling Silverware, Clocks. \'&>es, etc.
As the rstfie list for the splendid Diamond
Necklace is rapidly filling up. those desirous
of chances, or of "inspecting it before it is
disposed of, should call early. We can
duplicate New York prices, and nowhere in
this country can there be found a better
selected or more varied stock. Engraving
carefully and well executed. The Jewelry
Palace of the South.
157 Broughton street.
G,'k, Pine and Lighttvood,
For sale by R. B. Cassels. corner Taylor
and East Broad streets. Telephone No.* ...
What the English Say.
The English allude to them as "topcoats."
We call them Overcoats, It amounts toabout
the same thing, however, and in this "cold
wave” season it is simply a case of ‘ the rose
aueiliag ass weetly under any other name.'
We haves, id ir.s of Overcoats during the
past week, but the piles don't seem to shrink
a bit. We gave every buyer h.s gooi
money's wont, and something over. too.
You need never feel ashamed cf any of our
Coal.s. whether the finest Satin-lined or the
ordinary substantial plain Coat- Every
single one carnets an air of rrespectabdity
with it. The prices po-sibly have some
thing to d> w;:n the demand. We are nr-t
greedy A rery saniU profit suit* us. An
Overcoat so/d is worth a dozen Uft oner to
us. They've got to go r thrir own .< ison
Don't think of buyi.g an overxm: without
seeing us. You . \i regret it. Plenty of
nice Under wear. Hi*\ correct shapes in
Hats. etc. Our line of select salt* tor Gants.
Youths and Rrys h ■is,;- own. and :h
some extra "1 . .av suit-" aided The Pig
Golden Arm. '. re Broughton street. is the
beacon you si. aid steer toward.
Adv.ce to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syren stml-i
A ways be usee when chiiinm are cutting
teeti It reiiexes the little sailer at once. ::
produces natural, quiet sleep by r*Lr-nng
the child from pam and toe httie cberut
aw&kcs as “tngbx as a burt.on_ T
It is x-f-ry gieasan; to taste. It Moths* toe
child, softens the gums. Car- ail pain, re
flex.* wto._ rev...otee toe bew-is. and is the
hast known ranedy for diarrhoea. wbx.her
arising from to tmng or ether causes. h 5
otu tc a home.
cßehois has La'_-es' Faroe. Si-e* a-1 widths.
A. E, C and F. prioes 5- VsoJ® V
Oak Pine and Larwood,
Frr saae by R R Gamete, rrmer Tmykr and
East Broad streets. Telephone Ho ~7T.
Wetshein wiii soil tins week his nne Tress
Gvoxis s: greatly reduced pnofs.
watchq avp jexx Rhhi.
J HAVE the fcnsK seiect. on of Lad.-ef and
GaHhaati GC'LD "WATCHES of the test
attea Also the prertiea: panem sz FIVE
JEWELST. as Ladies "'lamonda sets of Eat
WK*.l*ce Pms. rnaxoac Fmger Pars. B-ate
lesa s’cd CSiama etc. G-cif .-p-ao-i Caw* aai
rmhraliss. P.ne Freari CVxta at extraordi
nary lew prices. Tines! SUrerwaca. Grid Fpcc
ta.-ics. ant rumeroos pretty tLmgs apfropnate
far holiday jeaseata.
Dfstoailloas' Jmlry Stiff.
21 Bull Street
la fas: app—aafaxig and rrerybody nt the
ctu is so nay and u rsor.-.y
-V Ur-—-' er exoi.i a cord*, te.x-nat.ic-.
Try fnenas and Uie jmt>:w t-r ri. rmr'.t an £ *x
ajruw try x-e-y large "and wi asso-tr. si-a-t ct
r i'£tc"eA -e-i't - Sh r
S >f- and ? 2*er sVat
Whk-i far ra—--T iosxi. ..ua.."y atio p-ices
Df Mk; VtacSTr Ja r.OO* *■■..f
u it Ttjormnnek.
■J. n. Blocs:,
Lyons'RioA . bgy Wpsaker atcegt
Boca and mux i*a;x tom,
T.TIMM 4- BRI
fast ii£l LM WBlffiffilll i'bl'Ji
Paints. Oils. Vamishes.
BRESHES, GLASiV Etc.
Kwn—tes fir-nmoe; -tt uxu aon. Eatroai
fuinu anc uit si^saatoy.
* ' a~ts n* ~ v-.as r._ s-£ ’ ; Bar
rate: ShnaA S*vc-*t
C_ cmi a t r t O rdete is elicit * ri.
LUDDES C BATES S. M. H.
On deck with the best selected stock of
CHOICE IIOI.UDA.Y- GOODS
Ever brought to Savannah, and bought to sell
bought right and bought for YOU.
You can secure some extra bargains, as w
shall close out a Hi# of
Which, while good stock, we find a little slow
and have marked down to actual cost.
There are not many of them, and if
you think you would like
one, come early.
F'Ft AIMED PICTURES.
Now is the time to select your Holiday Present*
inpictu: s. While we can always sup
ply you with a large selection of engrav
iugs. and can make frames to your
order, at this season of the year our
capacity is severely tested, and we
work day and night, and even then find
it difficult to keep up with our orders, so
come now awl make your selections.
Should we not have what you want
already framed, select something from
our cases, which are packed with the
latest, newest and choicest pictures of
the present day.
ENGRAVINGS. OIL PAINTINGS. PASTELS
AND ETCHINGS. THREE HUNDRED
- STYLES OF MOULDINGS.
PRICES THAT WILL PLKASE VOL
Tuesday, Dec. 6th.
J. A. SILVA ft SON,
140 Broughton St.
FERN ITT RE AND CARPETS.
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P* BTIERES etc., m latest designs and
MANY zT stock, reasonable
Tr.l FS 2t INOKNPE —RATE warrant the
v—- :vt can pieaaa all who wiL favor
us with a cah.
A. J. Miller & Cos. s
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CHAS. A. COX,
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We cordially invite theciti
zenr of Savannah to call and
examine the elegant Kca v> e
Parlor Grand Piano. Also the
Kranich A* Bach Grand now
on exhibition at our stores-
We have 2o Pianos of the
most reliable makers on our
door for oar holiday trade.
forcet our facilities
for ’ur-imr. repairing. box:n±t
and shipping Pianos and Or
The Knabe leads the world.