A Teeming Column of Live
Items, Mirroring the Do
• ings of a Day.
THE HAPPENINGS TOLD HAPPILY.
The Times Reporters Catch the Salient
Points of Local Events and Give
Them to the Public.
The bark Olivia sailed yesterday.
The Riflemen held a street drill last
Miss Lillie West is visiting friends
in the city.
H. W. Hudson, oLCln'cago, is at the
Miss Nettie Brantley has returned
to the city.
Ur. C. B. Gowen is spending today
on St. Simon.
J. Lehman, of Philadelphia, is at
Bishop Becker is at the Oglethorpe,
Louis Mayer came home yesterday
to spend Sunday,
J. IL Brown, of Cincinnati, spent
yesterday in the city.
Frank M. Nash went to Atlanta last
night to spend StlDday.
—Or Nydegger left for his sta
tion at Sapelo yesterday.
Judge Spencer R, Atkinson arrived
yesterday from Atlanta.
Hon. J. J. McDonough, of Savan
nah, is at the Oglethorpe.
FOR SALE—OId papers, 25 cents
per hundred. This office.
Judge S. C. Atkinson and family
spent yesterday on Cumberland.
M. A. Hodges lias had his house,
200 A street, repaired and repainted.
Eustace Futch arrived in the city
yesterday and will spend Sunday at
Any one desiring the services of a
registered Holstein bull apply to E. F.
J. J. J.issner has had the plastering
in bis store removed and ceiling sub
Officer Gordon yesterday jailed Rob
ert Winehart, charged with stealing
Mr. Monroe Mayer came in yester
day from a business trip on the Bruns
wick and Western.
J. E. Young, of Waycross, paid a
llying visit to Brunswick last night
and returns home today.
L, W, Collier, commercial agent of
the Louisville and Nashville railroad
at Atlanta, is in Brunswick on busi
Mou Yuen, the Chinese grocer, has
bought the stock of Will Rainey at
1000 Bay street, and has moved his
grocery to that stand.
FOR RENT—Large and commodi
ous dwelling, 010 Grant street, front
ing Hanover square. William Ander
son, 200 Gloucester street.
Hon. W. G. Brantley arrived last
night from Washington to spend the
period of the house’s adjournment in
honor of the Grant tomb dedication.
Agent F. 1). M. Strachan, of the
Johnston Line, left yesterday for Sa
vannah, where he will be married to
one of that city’s most popular young
The Southern and F. C. and I’,
trains missed connections last night.
A special went to Everett, took pas
sengers from the delayed F. C. and P.
and returned at 10 p. in.
Judge M. L. Mershon will return to
Waycross today. This week he will
lead the defense in the case of the
state against AVarren Williams,
charged with the murder of Wilßm.
Judge Spencer R. Atkinson, justice
of the supreme court,*is in the city, a
guest of Major P. W. Meldrim. Judge
Atkinson was at one time judge of the
Brunswick circuit, but is now on the
supreme bench of Georgia. He is mak
ing a line reputation on the supreme
bench and is one of the llnest men in
Drank a Pint and Lived.
William Armstrong, head black man
of the cypress mills, went into Sig
Levison’s saloon last night, bought a
pint of whiskey and drank it all with
out taking the bottlelly m bis lips. He
is not dead, but is in'' m His wife
. . . panin , .
arrived on the scene tL it home,
and Armstrong cre&tw bo liisturbance
that r BlalllJ "r Jones
HONOR TO HEROES
WHO SLEEP IN DEATH.
Continued from First Page.
that these ladies will proceded to the
cemetery where the decoration cere
monies will be completed.
By order of
General Floyd King,
Marshal of the Day.
R. Ernest Dart,
Chief of Staff.
Whereas, the 26th day of April has
been declared by the state of Georgia
a legal holiday, to be known as “Me
morial Day,” as a fitting and grateful
tribute to her sons who died upon the
field of valor,
Now, therefore, I, Edward H. Mason,
mayor of the city of Brunswick, do
hereby direct the closing of each de
partment of the city between the hours
of 2 p. m. and 6 p. in. on the
26th instant, and most earnestly re
quest that all citizens close their
places of business and cease work dur
ing said hours, in order that such per
sons who so desire may attend the ex
ercises to be given by the Ladies’ Me
morial Association of Brunswick hl
Tftmover Park upon the afternoon of
Done at the city hall, in the city of
Brunswick, this 84th day of April A.
Edward H. Mason, Mayor.
By the mayor
L. C. Bodet, Clerk of Council,
Brunswivli’s ex-Coiloctor Says He Will Get
the Savannah Position.
J, H, Deveaux, the leading colored
republican, was in Brunswick yester
day. He has the self-satisfied air of a
man who expects something and is
certain of getting it.
Deveaux was seen by a Times re
porter. He was asked about his
obances for sitting in the high place
ot collector of Savannah. “I feel con
fident that I will get the appoint
ment,” he said, and there was iu his
manner undeniable proof that he
knew what he was talking about.
The ex-collector at Brunswick has
been quite prominent in Washington
since the McKinley mill began to
grind out appointments, and bas bad
several confidential chats with the
president. It ia a recognized fact tbat
no man in Georgia, except possibly
Mr. Buck, has a stronger “pull” at the
white house, and if lie doesn’t land in
the Savannah collectorship, quite a
number of people will be surprised,
and none more so than the colored
Will be Preached Today to Odd Fellows and
Two special sermons will be
preached in the city this morning.
At the First Methodist church, Rev.
Ed. F. Cook will preach to the Rush
and Seaport lodges of Odd Fellows.
Monday will be the 78th anniversary
cf the order, and the sermon is one of
the observances of the anniversary.
At the First Baptist church, Rev.
Walter M. Gilmore, chaplain, will
preach a special sermon to the Fourth
division. Naval Militia. The company
will attend in a body.
Ship ofl‘ Safely.
The British steamship Henley,
which, while starting to sea Thursday,
got out ot the channel and went
aground near the jetties opposite Mc-
Cullough’s dock, came off on the night
Hood tide and was brought back and
anchored in the stream opposite the
Mallory wharf yesterday. She passed
safely down to the sound yester
day afternoon, She was not injured
by grounding, and no survey was nec
essary. The Heniey carried a cargo
of pig iron and cotton.
Their State Convention.
The regular State Convention of the
Georgia Branch of the International
order of the King’s Daughters and
Sons, will be held in Savannah. Mon
day, May 17, IS, It), 1897. The conven
tion will be called to order at 11 a. ni.,
and will adjourn at 4p. m. There will
be a recess for lunch at Ip. in. All of
the members of the Order in the State
are most cordially invited to be pres
ent. All Circles are urged to send
Tried For Trespassing.
Leonard Mason, a colored workman
at A. C. Shannon & Co’s mill, had two
negroes, Dan Stafford and Will Sim
mons, brought before Judge Hitch
yesterday morning on a charge of
trespassing upon his farm near Ster
ling. Mason introduced seven wit
nesses, but failed to substantiate bis
charges, and the defendants were dis
Pure Jersey milk in bottles at
Butts’ and Adams’ soda fountains, 5c
per glass. Milk delivered in any
quantity. Tele-ohone 168. Jersey
Dairy, A. B. Rowe, Prop.
THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1897.
fßy Is II Necessary to TlirsS=^
Those who are wise will never thirst
while the Old Reliable Adams Drug
Company make their world-renowned
Soda. If you suffer with any ill other
than thirst, tell them your troubles and
be relieved at once. There is only
one place in the city to find them.
112 Newcastle Street IS THAT PLACE
GAME IN SEASON, FINEST SAUSAGE,
-£=——HAMS, BREAKFAST BACON.
305 Grant Street, and 213., Newcastle.
or of Watches
for the B. and
W. and So. TCy.
The . . .
PIfTIIRF M a cl e t° order. Largest and most
complete line of blank books and
I RAMES school books
s™. 11. T. DUNN,
219 Newcastle Street. •
Coney & Parker,
COAL AND WOOD,
Rosendale and Portland Cements, Ci icmon and Facing Brick,
Rock Lime, Plaster, Hair. Shingles and Laths, Sewer Pipe,
Chimney Flue Pipe and Fittings, Fire Brick and Fire Clay.
Telephone 18 825 BAY STREET
Furniture, Stoves, Matting,
Trunks, China Closets, Combina
tion Bookcases; in fact everything
for the home. Will quote unusual
low prices to cash purchasers or give
liberal terms to responsible parties
on weekly or monthly payments.
316 Newcastle Street.
Tax Receiver’s Notice.
This Is to certify that I will he at the follow
ing places, on the dates named, for the purpose
of receiving returns for state and county taxes
for the year 1897:
Brunswick—April 2 to 12.
Fancy Bluff—April 12-22—May 3.
Jamaica—April 13-23—May 4.
Sterling—April 14-24—May 5.
St. Simon—April 10-2t>—May 7.
I will be in Brunswick as headquarters on
(lutes not mentioned above.
Mason T. Scariett, Tax Receiver.
Neither the owner, consignee nor master of
Norwegian bark Figaro is responsible for any
debts contracted by the crew.
Neither the owner, consignee nor master of
the Norwg. bark Araby Mead is responsible for
any debts contracted l>y the crew.
And the Steak is Good
You may be sure that it came from
BAUMGARTNER & Cos.
Western meats from Swift.
IN CUT GLASS,
We have the best in every
thing in the Jewelry line
11 Cl ION SALE for the benefit of whom it
f, 1 may concern.—On the 28th day of Apiil at
Darien, Ga, nt2p. m., I will sell at public anc
tion to the lvq host bidder, the British bark
Minnie G. Whitney, ’ 1,122 tons, reg., built at
>Y incisor, 2s. b,, Ihß4, the said bark as she now
lays stranded on Sapclo south breaker, together
with her anchors and chains.
Also all her tackle, sails, running gear, boats,
etc., all ot winch is now in Darien. Also her
cargo, consisting of about eight hundred and
niLLi *■ B‘l us and feet of pitch pine timber on
boaid said bark. The ,-aid bark having been
condemned on survey. Terms cash.
By order of master and peimisseon of
(signed) w. M. Topper,
l ndenvriters’ agent of cargo.
, ... W. A. Harvey,
Master of bark “Minnie G. Whitney.”
u X\ gne P . T. B. Bi.ount, Auctioneer.
Darien, Ga., April 21,1807.
A course of Hood’s Sarsaparilla taken
now will build up the system and pre
vent serious illness later on. Get only
C DOWNING, President. F D. WALTER Cashier. E H. MASON, Vice President.
Th g Nationai ot Brunswick
CASH CAPITAL $150,000-
Deals Liberally With Its Patrons and Friends.
BURGLAR PROOF SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
Time by Wire
Livery ——— Draying
r AND , Stables. and
Morris & Lee,
Mansfield Street. Old Street Car Stabi es.
Do You Use Dusters ?
What sort? Feathers? They are out of
date. We are introducing the new patent,
Made of Paper.
Last longer, are cheaper, catch every speck of dust,
All colors. Come and see them.
Fleming & Waff.
J. J. LISSNER.
—WHOLE SALE -
Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon
Grain, Hay and Bran A Specialty.
204 GRANTsuelts'! - Brunswick, Ga.
For every dollar you spend with us you get a
chance on the Sterling Bicycle which we will
give to the holder of the lucky number on
July 4th. It will pay you to make your pur
chases, rent your wheels arid have your repair
work done at our^store.
The Brunswick Cycle Company,
505 Gloucester Street.
J. M, Madden, A. H. Lane, W. B. Cook W. nt'psbaum.
President. V.ce-President. Cashier. Asst. Cashier.
MERCHANTS & TRADERS BANK
CAPITAL, *IOO,OOO. -Qy SURPLUS, *10,01.0.
James L.Foster, J. B. Wright, C.D.Ogg, M. Kaiser,
Moses Isaac, A. H. Lane, J. M. Madden, A. c. P. Dodge, jr.
. Accounts of All Solvent Institiilions ire Muted.
, A Savings Department Is Maintained in This Bank
and Accounts of Women and Minors Are Solicited.
CHUE HALL, Manager.
BEST IN BRUNSWICK
KT-ORDERSLTAKEN FOR O. K. LAUNDRY-
THE light in our windows points out the
way to a good, honest grocery store.
We think that the things we sell are bet
ter than others because we fully see that we
must sell only the purest foods in order to
keep oer success. Everything else you’d ex
pect to find in a first class grocery store is
here at its best. We solicit your kind pa
KEANY & BAILEY, GROCERS,
Telephone No. 11. 312 Newcastle Street.
NICE THINGS TO EAT ==>. CoR
y, YOU CAN GET THEM NEW ’
AT W. H. DeVoe’s, TT
MAPLE SYRUP PLAIN FRESH
PICKLES AM) VEGETA B L' r S
JELLIES FANCY RECEIVED
JAMS CRACKERS DAILY
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