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Hie Brunswick Times-
Brunswick Publishing Company, Pub
lishers and Managers.
1 Xn Ojsletii-.rpe Block, F Street.
J lEL El'll ONE NO 31.
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when paid in advance.
Correspondence on live and clean subjects is
solicited. Address all communications to Tllh
Morning Times, Brunswick, Oil
Official Organ of fhe Cify of Bruns
wick and Counfy of Glynn,
Subscribers arc requested to notify the office
when they iail to get any issue of Thu Times.
Attention to Ibis matter will be appreciated by
the management.
Advertising rates will be furnished on ap
Orders to discontinue subscriptions and ad
vertisements must be in writing.
Thk president’s Cuban sentiments
need a good tonic.
There's lots of room in the national
jails for Ilavemeyer.
Mr. McKinley admits that there is
suffering in Cuba, but he doesn’t ex
plain the cause of it.
Tun special edition of The Times
will be one of the best ever issued in
Oscar Wilde says the public will
hear from him again. The public has
already heard too much of Oscar for
Oscar’s good.
Roland Reed is having great sport
with tlie cross-examining lawyers in
his damage suit at Macon. These com
edians will have their little joke.
Special Commissioner Collins is
being wined and dined by the Spanish
social clubs of Havana. It is to be
hoped that Collins will not forget his
The druggists will meet in Bruns
wick next year. This suggests that,
in view of the Oglethorpe bi-centen
nial, Brunswick should engage as
many conventions as site can well ac
commodate for next summer. The
Georgia druggists are a splendid set
of men and Brunswick will be glad to
open her hospitable doors to them.
The wordy Mr. Brann, who gets out
that amusing sheet entitled “The
Iconoclast,” at Waco, 'Texas, takes a
jaundiced view of the poets, lie
writes: “We already have too many
poets in proportion to the number of
our plowmen—too many mauls riotii g
in rhythm and too few teaching an
oviparious lien how to utilize a plug
Broker Chapman was driven to jail
in a private carriage, met Ht the door
with cringing obeisance by the jailor
and bis retinue, and escorted into a
comfortable apartment elaborately
furnished, which will serve as his
“cell.” He has a private chef, will be
allowed all the luxuries lie wishes to
pay tor, and can receive visits from
his friends at any time. His thirty
days “in prison” will be but a delight
fuL.period of rest from bis business
The George P. Rowell company of
New York, the leading advertising au
thorities of the country, give this ad
vice to those who want to reach the
“ The best advertising medium is the
daily paper. The best advertisement
is the one that tells what you want
to say in the fewest and plainest
words. So display it that it will
catch the eye. Insert it in the best
daily paper—mind you—the best.”
The sensible merchant will he
prompt to heed this advice and bring
his advertisement to The Times.
The Oglethorpe bi-centeunial pro
ject has attracted considerable atten
tion throughout tlie state. All are
agreed that Georgia could do nothing
better than unite, next year, in a cel
ebration in honor of the illustrious
founder of. this commonwealth.
The Times hopes that Brunswick
will be prompt to take steps toward
arranging this celebration. As has
been shown, this city is, in every re
spect, the most appropriate place for
its observance, and the citizens should
join together in a united effort for the
benelitof their town.
Organization should be accomplish
ed at a very early date. The energetic
business men of the city should take
hold of the matter at once. It rests
with us to show that we can do some
The petition to save Lowry’s neck
from the noose will no doubt have
many signers in Brunswick. The in
direct nature of the evidence which
convicted him, the demeanor o? the
man, the strong possibility that the
law may be making a terrible mistake
—all these circumstances should be
impressed upon the governor in behalf
of the old fellow who now stands in the
shadow of the gallows.
The peculiar constitution of the av
erage petit jury was never more forci
bly illustrated than in the murder
trials which occurrtd at the last term
of Glynn superior court. In one case,
that of Lowry, there was no direct evi
dence of the killing. No one saw the
shot tired. There was only the uncor
roborated statement of the murdered
.man, made sometime before his death,
and the evidence, also uncorroborated,
of remarks made by Lowry, after the
shooting took place. The other case
was that of a St. Simon negro who
walked into a store and shot
down the proprietor. There were eye
witnesses to this crime. It was with
out a palliating circumstance. Lowry
got the death penalty; the negro was
recommended to mercy.
Great care should be taken in tlie
case of (his friendless and homeless
old man that justice does not outstrip
herself in her eagerness to execute
the sentence of the law.
Carelessness in girlhood causes the
greatest suffering and unhappiness in
after life. Little irregularities and
weaknesses in girls should be looked
after promptly and treatment given
at once. Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Pre
scription promotes regularity of all
feminine functions, makes strength
and builds up a sturdy health with
which to meet the trials to come. The
Favorite Prescription is not a univer
sal panacea, ft is good for but one
thing It is directed solely at ore set
of organs.
Dr. Pierce’s Common Sense Medical
Adviser, a 100S page medical work,
profusely illustrated, will be sent free
on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to
cover postage onlv. Address World’s
Dispensary Medical Association, Buf
falo, N. Y.
People find just the help they so much
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fying, vitalizing ntid enriching the
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My health run down, and 1 had the grip.
After that, my heart and nervous system
were badly affected, so that I could not do
my own work. Our physician gave me
some help, hut did not cure. I decided
to try Hood’s Sarsaparilla. Soon I could
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and they have done me much good. I
will not be without them. I have taken 13
bottles of Hood’s Sarsaparilla, and through
the blessing of God, it has cured me.
I worked as hard as ever the past sum
mer, and 1 am thankful to ssy I am
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Mrs. M. M. Messenger, Freehold, Penn.
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For more than a hundred years the
Mount Lebanon Shakers have studied
the cultivation of medecina! plants
and sought to extract from them their
healing essences. Their labor has not
been spent in vain. They have made
a discovery that will prove a blessing
to mankind. It consists of a cordial
that causes immediate relief in cases
of indigestion. The importance of
this discovery will be apparent when
we realize that nearly nine-tenths of
our suffering are caused by dyspepsia
and indigestion. Nearly every person
you meet has this digestive trouble
in some of its varied forms—sick head
ache, distress after eating, palpitation
of the heart, etc., are but symptoms of
indigestion. To relieve these suffer
ings haß been the study of the Shakers
ami they have succeeded. The reason
the Shaker Digestive Cordial has such
an immediate and salutary sheet is
that it causes the food eaten to be di
gested, for it is the undigested food
that causes the distress. The Cordial
causes ihe food to be digested before
there is time for it to ferment and
sour on the stomach. When the food
is so digested it gives strength and
vigor to the feeble body, makes one
feel bright and cheerful, and makes
one gain in tlesh.
The Digestive Cordial is so prompt
in its action that the very lirst dose
will have a perceptibly favorable re
sult. It gives immediate relief.
Every druggist has been sent a sup
ply of handsome Donkey Puzzle
Books, and a copy may be bad for the
asking. It tells all about the Cordial
as well as Laxol, the new castor oil.
Try a twenty-five cent bottle of Di
gestive Cdrdial and see what it will
do for you.
Waycross And Brunswick.
Mr. VV. B. Williford, master of con
struction for the Valdosta Southern
Telephone and Telegraph company,
and who has just completed the con
struction of the line to Brunswick
from Jesup, arrived yesterday in the
city, aud will soon begin work on the
Savannah extension. The recent
freshets in the Altamaha river have
delayed ttie work on the Savannah
extension.—Waycross Herald.
Now Tailoring Establishment.
I have just opened anew tailoring
place with a nice line of goods and so
licit the patronage of the public. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. William X. Bo
dani, Newcastle street, in the store
formerly occupied by Hie Chinese res
it r ant.
Mr. Edward S.Fagg, the competent
steward of the Oglethorpe, is the right
man in the right place. Mr. Fagg
was formerly steward at the Ponce de
Leon Hotel at St. Augustine, Kenil
worth Inn, Asheville, N. C.; Galt
house, Ky., and late of the Tremont
and Beach hotel, Galveston, Tex.
Then* are mit two makers in the V mted
states who manufacture all partsof their
Pianos in their own factory. Stein way is
one of these two makers. The MATHU
-BHKK Piano Company is the other.
M ATHUSHEK Pianos never fail. All
are good. A cracked plate or sounding
board has never lieen known, and their
renders such imperfections
absolutely i mpossi ble.
M ATHUSH EK Pianos last a lifetime
and keep iu Tune and Order at one
fourth the expense of other Pianos. So
say purchasers and tuners generally.
More MATHCSIIEK Pianos in use
South than of any other one make.
I.udden & Bates have sold M ATHU
SH EK Pianos for over a quarter of a
century and are still at it.
Our salesman. Mr. A. J. McVeigh, will
sell you one at our lowest Savannah or
New York ware room prices.
Savannah, Ga., and New York City.
A Joke on tlie Jokers.
“I have a friend over at my homo
town in Wisconsin, ” told a drummer
who regularly conies to Detroit, “that
was elected to congress before he ever
knew he was a candidate.
“You know what a complete political
whirl things took in 1890. In our dis
trict the fellows of my faith had just
been going through the form of nom
inating and voting for years. Not one
of our candidates ever got a turn at the
public crib. It was a standing joke, but
we were too proud to abandon our or
ganization. I’ll not give his real name,
but call him Jim Huff. He was as big
hearted a fellow as ever lived, cheery
as a May morning and a born joker.
That summer he had gone to South
America to* do some prospecting, and
we heard from him only about once in
two months.
“When we held our convention, some
of us thought it would be a good one
on Jim to name him for congress while
be was not there to protect himself. We
did so, and just to keep the sport going
we got out posters and filled the papers
with opinions of Jim that landed him
to the skies. We committed him to all
kinds of reforms, attributed to him all
the qualities desirable in a statesman,
boasted of his irresistible eloquence and
lamented the fact that temporary ill
ness kept him away from home. The
fact was that he was as hearty as a lo
“When the returns came iu and show
ed that Jim was elected, we were the
worst fooled lot of fellows you ever saw
and were as rattled as a brood of chick
ens with a hawk fluttering overit. We
organized an exploring committee of
three to And Jim and notify him. When
we did find him, way down in Peru, he
just gave us the laugh, and the district
had to hold a special election.”—De
troit Free Press.
Some Ex -Senators.
There was a remarkable array of es
senators on the floor of the senate. Here
is the list: Ex-Senator Paddock of Ne
braska, ex-Senator Bruce of Mississippi,
ex-Senator Hunton of Virginia, ex-Sen
utor Clayton of Arkansas, ex-Senator
Corbett of Oregon, ex-Senator Sanders
of Montana, ex-Senator Kellogg of Lou
isiana, ex-Senator Pugh of Alabama,
ex-Senator Mitchell of Oregon, ex-Sen
ator Hiscock of New York, ex-Senator
Fowler of Tennessee and ex-Senator Ed
munds of Vermont. An extensive page
in history is covered by these names,
reaching away back over a quarter of a
century to the stirring clays when Pres
ident Johnson was impeached. Senator
Fowler voted against conviction. Sen
ator Corbett, now in his seventy-first
year, is another old timer. Kellogg and
Clayton are reminders of the reconstruc
tion days, aud it was rather interesting
to note how the friction of that period
has disappeared, for Clayton, the one
armed Arkansas Republican, and Sen
ator Berry, the one legged Arkansas
Democrat, hobnobbed socially and in
deep conference together on a sofa.—
Washington Post.
Many a reader of the factitious ad
ventures of the famous hero of the
“Munchausenaid” (which was first
published in English at Oxford during
the lifetime of this prince of all liars)
has no conception that the hero was a
real person. Baron Hieronymus Karl
Friedrich von Munchausen was a Han
overian nobleman, a subject of our first
three Georges. He was born in 1720 and
died in 1797. He took service in a Rus
sian cavalry regiment, but retired in old
age to his ancestral estate at Boden
yverder, in Hanover, where ho became
notorious for the magnificent lies about
his military adventures with which he
used to entertain his neighbors at his
hospitable board. A collection of these
stories, entitled ‘Vademecum furlustige
Leute, ’ was published at Berlin in 1781,
without the Baron’s permission. The
English work, ‘Baron Munchausen’s
Narrative cf His Marvelous Travels and
Campaigns In Russia, ’ was an expan
sion and improvement of the Berlin col
lection.—English Exchange.
A .Confusion of Names.
Although Scotia is now known to
mean Scotland, it once was the name of
Ireland. Two centuries before the birth
of Christ Ireland was known to the
Greeks as Juveuea. Cassar called it Hi
bernia, as did also Ptolemy in bis map
of that island. It is said the Phoeni
cians first gave Ireland the name of Hi
bernia, meaning thereby “utmost or
last habitation.” for beyond that land
westward the Phoenicians never extend
ed their voyages. Toward the decline cf
the Roman empire the country began to
be called Scoria. a name retained by
the liiuha■ writers until the eleventh
century, when the name Scotia, having
passed to modern sooiinud, the ancient
name of Hibernia began to be again
used.—San ! nan : -to Chronicle.
Hidi Men iud Debt*
The lc*e J dgc Asa Packer believed
that a rich man ought to be in debt, be
cause it helped hint maintain his cred
it. “Were I,” said he, “to wipeout my
indebtedness and at some future time
see an opportunity to make a large sum
of money and attempt to borrow, every
body would marvel and say Judge Pack
er was borrowing money. As it is I can
borrow almost any amount and no ques
tions are asked or comments made. ”
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A Summer Cruhe.
The American steamship Ohio will
sail from New York June 2(5, 1897, for
a summer cruise, touching at Iceland,
North Cape, Norway, Sweden anu
Russia. Opportunity will be-allowtd
for extensive side-trips, including a
visit to the great exposition at Stock
holm. Capt. O, Jahanneson is local
agent for the line, and will be pleased
to furnish rates and other information
to applicants.
The Oglethorpe hotel will lie lighted
throughout this summer with electric
lights, and with its beautiful lighted
arcade, parlors, ball room and large
rotundas and spacious verandas will
make a delightful place to spend the
It is not a**scheme goods. Xo needles, pins, spoons or forks are
Offered to induce people to lmy it. When you purchase a can of
GOOI> LICK you get the worth of your money in the highest
quality of Baking Powder.
For sale by leading wholesale and retail
grocers everywhere.
State Agent, Atlanta, Ga.
Sail Borden
Eagle Brand
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A Perfect Substitute For Mother’s Milk
New yobs Condensed Milk Cos. N.y
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