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SURVEY TO CLOSE
BY APRIL FIRST. Corespondence About Coast and Geodetic Work on Brunswick’s Bar. WILL BE FINISHED SOON. Gereral Floyd King Receives Interesting Information to Brunswickians From Headquarters. The following correspondence, re cently exchanged between Gen. Floyd King and the secretary of war, Gen. R. A. Alger, and Gen. Duftield, super intendent of the coast and geodetic survey department, will be interest ing to the readers of The Times as throwing light on the survey of the onter bar of this port. Gen. King is one of the largest as signees in the contract being exe cuted by Col. Goodyear, which con / tract Gen. King obtained from con gress for Col. Goodyear. G kn. R. A. A i.gkr, Secretary of War, Washington, D. C. Kindly wire me if you have received or when you expect Lieut. Feck’s re port of his survey of the Brunswick outer bar channel. 1 am assignee of large interest in contract and infor mation desired is of urgent import ance to me. J. Fx.oyd King. Hon. J. Floyd King, Brunswick, Ga. Report of Lieut. Peck not yet re ceived, and upon inquiry 1 learn the department has no information as to when it will be forwarded. R. A. Alger, Secretary of War. Gen. Floyd King, Brunswick, Ga. No report submitted; survey not completed yet, but will be, weather permitting, at close of month. W. W. Puffikld, Superintendent of Coast and Geodetic Survey. YOUR TIRED STOMACH. “1 have no appetite,” you say, “and the little Ido eat does me no good. At lirst it feels cold and dead in my stomach and by and by I have pains and aches that sometimes go to my chest and back. I feel weak, low spirited and out of sorts all over. I fanoy the demon of dyspepsia has got me.” That’s the way you talk and no wonder. But wait a moment. Let us reason together. Perhaps thus far your stomach is merely tired. You have been eating too much, eating the wrong things, and irregularly. You have given it too much to do, and like all living things when overworked, it stops at length from sheer exhaustion. There may not be an actually diseased condition as yet. Yet it is nature’s warning and you must heed it or worse will follow. “But J must eat or starve,” you say. True enough, but safety usually lies in middle courses. You don’t need drastic purges or ex citing stimulants. Your condition is one easily relieved if we go about it gently and sensibly. The tired stom ach won’t work under whip and spur. It has probably had too much of that already. What you require is some something that is at once a food and a digester of food. Such an article is the Shaker Digestive Cordial, discov ered and prepared by the Shaker Com munity of Mt. Lebanon, X. Y. Taken right alter eating, so as to mix with the food, it does the stomach’s work for it, gives it the advantage of fur ther rest, strengthens you in a natur al way, and soon enables the stomach to do full duty. There is nothing else like this simple, safe, certain and pal atable remedy. Yet the Shakers re spect your doubts and authorize drug gists to sell a trial bottle for ten cents The Essenic Order. Mr. Paul Carson, ol Alabama, is at the Oglethorpe. Mr. Carson is here for the purpose of organizing a local chapter of the Knights of the Ancient Essenic Order, a secret society which has gained wide popularity through out the country. He has been talking to leading citizens relative to the or ganization. Arbitration. City Arbitrator J. M. Calnan, jr., is holding all-day sessions at the mayor’s office in the city hall. One after an other of the protesting property own ers send arbitrators to confer with Mr. Calnan, and be has no idle mo ments. no faith cure ABOUT STUART'S DYSPEPSIA TAB LETS. They Core Stomach Troubles and In<ll ices lion Anyway, Whether You Have Faith in Them or Not. Mere faith will not digest your food for you, will not give you an appetite, will not increase your flesh and strengthen your neryes and heart, but Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets will do these things, because they are com posed of the elements of digestion, they contain tbe juices, acids and pep tones necessary to tbe digestion and assimilation of all wholesome food. Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets will di gest food if placed in a jar or bottle in water heated to 98 degrees, and they will do it much more effect ively when taken into the stomach after meals, whether you have faith that they will or not. They invigorate the stomach, make pure blood and strong nerves, in tbe only way that nature can do it, and tbat is from plenty of wholesome food well digested. It is not what we eat, but what we digest tbat does us good. Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets are sold by nearly all druggists at 50 cents for full sized packages, or by mail from the Stuart Cos., Marshall, Mich. PERSONAL POINTS. Around the Hotel Lobbies and in the City. L. Sieffer, of Baltimore, is in the city. J. H. Clark, of St. Louis, is in the city. W. H. Forbes, of Milton, Mass., is at tbe Oglethorpe. C. D. Mower, of Little Rock, is at tbe Oglethorpe. Mr. Dave Lang is still quite ill at tbe Pennick House, Mr. J. G. Spotts wood, of Waycross, was in the city yesterday. Mrs. E. D. Walter and children have gone to Thomasville to visit friends. W. H. Maire, from Canton, 0., was registered at the Oglethorpe yester day. Mr. D. S. Ferguson came over from Jekyl last night and registered at the Oglethorpe. Mr. R. Eve left yesterday forTifton, after a visit of several days to his brother, Mr. A. E. Eve. J. Malcolm Forbes, the well-known Bostonian, after a day’s stay at the Oglethorpe, has gone to Jekyl. Mrs. John (J, Lehman has gone to Sharon, Ga., to visit her son, Master Goldsmith Lehman, who is attending school there. Mrs u C. W. Floyd will leave in a few days for Albany to spend two weeks with friends during the progress of the Chautauqua. The prettiest and sweetest childrens’ Easter bats, flowers, ribbons aud trim mings will be found at Mrs. Earie’s, 203, Newcastle street. CITY ITEMS. Happenings That Are Too Short for Heads. Today is St. Patrick’s day. The British bark Cosmo arrived yes terday from Pernambuco. The schooner Henry R. Tilton sailed yesterday for Darien to load lumber. Tuk Timks will tell you the .full story af the big light Thursday morn ing. The steamship St. Regulus gave bond in her attachment case yester day. The Light and Water company’s incandescent plant is being put into operating shape. Manager Haley got the Jekyl Island telephone wire into working order again yesterday afternoon. Captain D. B. Stallings will prob ably have charge of the steamer City of Brunswick on her new Florida run. The running ditch coming from the water basin at the corner of A and F streets still (lows uninterruptedly on. Dr. W. B, Burroughs has been elected vice-president of the state ag ricultural society for the eleventh dis trict. D. W. Krauss has recently purchased the dwelling house, No. 32S Union street, which he is now putting into thorough order for bis permanent res dence. The stop cock of the drinking hy drant at the St. Jude’s church corner has become inoperative, and there is a constant flow of water, which makes the street an impassable bog. The proper authorities should attend to it at once. City Affairs. The city council meets tomorrow night. The matter of the Western I Union Telegraph company’s license will be decided. THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA., MARCH 17, 1896. That Discomfiting Dryness.., Comes, with the approach of summer, to plague mankind and womankind. We Cure Thirst^ 4 *" Our soda fount is gauged to a most delightful frigidness. But we are not boasting about our cold drinks. The ex perience of years has taught the public that we know | our business. 4 All Sorts, All Flavors. lAdanis Drug Cos., “Old Reliable,’’ J. J. LISSNER. —WHOLESALE— Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions, Grain, Hay and Bran A Specialty. io4 - - Brunswick, Ga. California Restaurant- CHUE HALL, Manager. BEST IN BRUNSWICK.^ TAKEN FOR O. K. LAUNDRY- Do You Want to Read Cheaply? WE HAVE INAUGURATED A CIRCULATING LIBRARY, Which will put the Fine Assortment of Books on our shelves in reach of all For F'l'SrCJ CSNTS you can secure any work we have for ali the title necessary to read it. Call and ask for an explanation ot the plan. Sunday hours from Btoloa. m. and from 12 :30 to 1:30 p. m. Fleming Sc Waff. PIfTTIRP Made to order. Largest and most I U complete line of blank books and FRAMES school books H. T. DUNN, 219 Newcastle Street. NICE THINGS TO EAT C -> K YOU CAN GET THEM NEW ' AT W. H. DeVoe’s, ' HOWE. MAPLE SYRUP PLAIN FRESH PICKLES AM) VEGETAELFS JELLIES FANCY RECEIVED JAMS CRACKERS DAILY Coney & Parker, -DEALERS IN COAL AND WOOD, Roaendale and Portland Cements, C< tmnon and Facing Brick, Rock Lime, Plaster, Hair, Shingles and Laths, Sewer Pipe, Chimney Flue Pipe and Fittings, Fire Brick and Fire Clay. Telephone 18 523 RA Y STREET Livery Draying and . Stables. heed Sale Morris & Lee, Mansfield Street. Old Street Car Stables. Did you ever stop to think what in digestion really means? It means simply that your stomach is tired. It our legs are ttred, we ride. The horse and the steam engine do the work. Why not give your stomach a ride; that is; let something else do its work. Foods can be digested outside of the body. All plants contain diges tive principles which will do this. The Shaker Digestive Cordial contains di gestive principle and is a preparation designed to rest the stomach. The Shakers themselves have such un bounded contidence in it that they have placed 10-cent sample bottles on, the market, and it is said that even so small a quantity proves beneficial in a vast majority of cases. All druggists keep it. Laxoi. is the best medicine for chil dren. Doctors recommend it in place of Castor Oil. l’eople buy Hood’s Sarsaparilla year after year because it does them good. | It will do you good to take it now. Nabob Flour, makes the best and I whitest bread. GOOD COOKING MAKES GOOD EATING. MEADS SERVED TO ORDER. NEWCASTLE ST. LIBEL FOR DIVORCE. __ ____ State of Georgia, 1 County of Glynn. j Rossie E. Lee Hudson Petition for divorc va 1 tiled to May term' ' ,s * ( 1897, of the Superior Robert E. Hudson. J Court of said county. To the defendant: In accordance with an order from the Honor able J. L. Sweat, judge of tlie superior court of said county of Glynn, you are her by notified to be and appear at the May term, 1897,0f Glynn superior court, to be held in Brunswick, Geor gia on the third Monday in May. 1897, to answer the plaintiff's petition on tile in this otlice. Wit ness the Hon. J. L. Sweat, judge of said superior court this March 15. 1897. J. C. Lehman, Deputy Clerk Superior Court Glynn t 0., Ga. Johnson & Kiauss, F E. Twitty, Petitioners Attorneys. Coal Oil Johunie Soap at the Down ing Company. To St. Simon, Mr. J. R. Minehan will move his horses and turnouts from Jekyl, where they have been used by the club guests during the season, to St. Simon for the summer patronage. He will be ready to serve his friends and the public at large at the latter place by May 1. Ferguson hams, shoulders and break fast bacon at The Downing Company. Otlictal Inspect or of Watcliex for the B. am) W. DOWN! DOWN! DOWN! I Oo the DPrice®. I The goods must call now for bargains. REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING. * KENNON MOTT. The . . . JEWELER. FINEST LIQUORS AND CIGARS. THE ARCADE, GLOUCESTER bTREET. DELICATE FREE LUNCH DAILY FROM 11 TO 1 O’CLOCK. Imported*Ales and Porter on Draft. “Keany Cure.” “Keany Cure.” Brunswick people are all interested now over the great anti-whisky beverage, “KEANY CURE.” Chase & Sanborn’s famous Boston coffees and teas are certainly the greatest production of the age. You can’t drink “Seal Brand” coffee and red liquor the same day. Mothers, see that your sons and husbands have a cup of this delicious and invig orating beverage every morning, noon and night. Don’t forget. FOR SALE ONLY BY Keany & Bailey, Telephone No. 11. }l2 Newcastle Street. J. M, Madden, A. H. Lank, W. B. Cook. W-Nessraum, President. Vice-President. Cashier. Asst. Cashier. THE ==x MERCHANTS & TRADERS BANK OF BRUNSWICK. CAPITAL, *IOO,OOO. SURPLUS, *IO,OOO. DIRECTORS: JamesL.Foster, J. B. Wright, C. D.Ogg, M. Kaiser, Moses Isaac, A. H. Lane, J. M. Madden, A. U. P. Dodge, jr. . Accounts of All Solvent Institutions Are Solicited. A Savings Department Is Maintained in This Bank and Accounts of Women and Minors Are Solicited. DOWNING, President. E. D. WALTEB, Oa f. f i.- m I•, >r JE>runswick CASH CAPITA!. fI*Q.ON. Deals Liberally With Its Patrons and Friends BURGLAR PROOF SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR. RENT. If you hold the lucky num ber you will own the finest wheel in Brunswick on July 4 next. Watch for subsequent an- ; nouncement in this space, i The Brunswick Cycle Company,; 306 Newcastle Street. j WHEN YOUR , And the Steak is Good You may be sure that it came from HONORIS CHARLES AT STF AT\ BAUMGARTNER & Cos. ■A A 01. JJtxxlY. Western meats from Swift. GAME IN SEASON, FINEST SAUSAGE, HAMS, BREAKFAST BACON. 305 Grant Street, and 213 Newcastle. Time by Wire from Waah iiitf ton* Received 215 NEWCASTLE ST.