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BRIEFLY RELATED. A Teeming Column of Live Items, Mirroring the Doings of a Day. THE HAPPENINGS TOLD HAPPILY. The Times Reporters Catch the Salient Points of Local Events and Give Them to the Public. Alderman J B. Abrams spent yester day in Savannah. Capt. R. E. Park, of Macon, was at the Oglethorpe yesterday. Captain f>. Harris is quite ill at his room, corner o'f Monk and Grant streets. Rev. R. 0. Gilmore went to Cumber land yesterday to officiate at the Bunkley-Flood nuptials. General Manager VV. M. Bent, of the Standard Oil company, was in the city yesterday at the Oglethorpe. A mad dog attacked Officer .Jerry Wilchar at 1 :H0 this morning. The officer settled the animal in seven shots. Mr. L. V. Carroll has returned from Cumberland, where tie has heen ar ranging this season’s livery service at ttie hotel. Mr. James Cornelius and mother left yesterday morning for their former home in Pennsylvania, to reside per manently. Miss Louise Ragland, aj charming young lady of Atlanta, is the guest of Rev. and Mrs. Ed. P. Cook at the First Methodist parsonage. With one exception the retail gro ceries on Newcastle street are now closing at 7p. m. ’Phis will he con tinued through the summer. Alex Dunaway, white, was arrested yesterday, charged with the theft of some rope from the Fernandina pilot boat Frances Elizabeth, now' on the ways here. Mr. H. M. Smith, son of tlie famous “Bill Arp,” and contractor for the erection of the jetties in Cumberland inlet, was in the city yesterday at the Oglethorpe. Palmer’s show windows have been very tastefully and attractively dressed by Chief Clerk Charlie Fain. Palmer now has one of the best lines of goods ever shown in this city. Captain Joe G. Pitman, the popular stevedore for Captain A. F. Churchill, will leave today for Nova Bootia, hi. old home, where he will spend the summer, in accordance with Ins usual custom. Manager Morris, of the Bon Ton, has two treasures in Forrester anil Floyd, the comedy sketch artists, who do a very clever and laughable “turn” each night. With such attractions as these the Bon Ton ought to succeed. Mr. .lames Cnlnan, sr., the city su perrntendent of streets, is under treat ment at the Savannah hospital for the ulcer with which he has suffered so much. Mr. Calnan’s two sons, Messrs. Nealy and James Calnan, are at his bedside. It is sincerely hoped by many friends.that the treatment will be successful. “Baby” brand condensed milk in glass jars at the Downing Cos. HOT * WEATHER GARMENTS, White Duck. Crash Linen, Woolen Crash Suits, SERGE AND SICILIAN COATS AND VESTS, And a complete lint* of Jersey Bathing Suits. ''—^ LEVY'S— PECULIAR POISONS. GENERATED IN THE HUMAN BODY- The Result of Imper'ect Digestion of Food. Every living thing, plant or animal, contains within itself the germs of certain decay and death. In the human hody these germs of disease and death (called by scientists Ptomaines) are usually the results of imperfect digestion of food; the result of indigestion or dyspepsia. The stomach, from abuse, weakness, does not promptly and thoroughly di gest the food. The result is a heavy, sodden mass which ferments(tbe iirst process of decay) poisoning the blood, making it thin, weak, and lacking in red corpuscles: poisoning the brain causing headaches and pain in the eyes. Bad digestion irritates the heart, causing palpitation and finally bring ing on disease of this very important organ. Poor digestion poisons the kidneys, causing Bright’s disease and diabetes. And this is so because every organ, every nerve depends upon the stomach alone for nourishment and renewal, and weak digestion shows itself not only in loss of appetite and flesh, but in weak nerves and muddy complexion. The great English scientist, Huxley, said the best start in life is a sound stomach. Weak stomachs fail to di gest foods properly, because they lack the proper quantity of digestive aoids (lactic and hydrochloric) and pepto genic products; the most sensible remedy in all cases of indigestion, is to take after each meal, one or two of Stuart’s Dyspepsia 'Tablets, because they supply in a pleasant, harmless form all the elements that weak stom achs lack. The regular use of Stuart’s Dyspep sia Tablets will'etire every form of stomach trouble except cancer of the stomach. They increase llesh, insure pure blood, strong nerves, a bright eye and Rear complexion, because all these result only from wholesome food well digested. Nearly all druggists sell Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets at 50 ceuts full sized package or by mail by enclosing price to Sluart Cos., Marshall, Mich., but ask your druggist iirst. Nothing but newest style shirts shown you at Palmer’s. MONEY ON THE GRACIE. Captain Duncan Wright Offers Five Hundred For a Race. s|The approach of the Fourth of July, the usual day of ocean races off this coast, has started the periodical talk of the merits of the various boats. The fact that the pilot boat. Gracie, the never defeated champion of the coast, has gone to Savannah to he thoroughly overhauled, and that the Frances Elizabeth, of Fernandina, winner of the regatta of 1895, gnd gen erally regarded as the Grade’s most formidable rival, is on the ways in ffirr city, has brought forth the suggestion that the two ocean llyers are prepar mg for a test of speed at an early date. A Timks man interviewed Capt. Dun can Wright, controlling owner of the Gracie, and the man who sailed her in her many victorious races. lie said : “ There is no special intention that I know of to have -a race between the Gracie and Frances Elizabeth. The Gracie, however, is always ready to try conclusions with any boat in her class. ‘‘ln fact,”said Captain Wright, “you can issue this challenge through your paper. J will deposit SSOO in cash as a wager on the Gracie against any body else’s SSOO for a race to occur at anytime, the course to be to Doboy sea buoy and return, a distance of 40 miles. This challenge is open to any pilot boat south of Norfolk, aud the Gracie will lie found ready to maintain her record when the money is put up” The Gracie’s record of victories on the ocran courses is a very enviable one and has been equalled by few boats of her class. She was built with a special eye to speed, and has left in her w ake the prize crafts of the south Atlantic. If anyjof the owners of the Gracie’s rival boats has a high enough opinion of his craft to put up SSOO against Captain Wright’s similar amount we will have one of the greatest of races ever seen off this coast. Take JOHNSON’S CHILL & FEVER Full stock of gents furnishing goods at Palmer's. ALONG THE BAY. Items of Harbor News and General Shipping Interest. No vessels arrived yesterday. The British steamship Oapenor, Captain Hubert, sailed yesterday for Rotterdam with a cargo of 2,000 tons of phosphate, 00,000 feet of lumber, and THE TIMES; BRUNSWICK,. GA. f THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 3. 1807. Official Inspect or of Watchen for the B. and W. and So. lty. The . . . JEWELER. OPEN EVERY NIGHT. Bon Ton Theatre. J. C. MORRIS - -- -- -- - Manager. 106 Gloucester Street. (NEXT TO JULIUS MAY’S.) May 31 and Rest of the Week, First Appearance of Forrester and Floyd, Comedy Sketch Artists, just from Proctor’s Theatre, N. Y. “Happy Dick” Samuels, The Baritone Pianist. Continued Success of Miss Blanche Stetson, Male Impersonator and Singer. Third Week Of Miss Millie Morris, The Sweet Singing Sunbeam. The Petite, Cute and Fetching Miss Lily Sheldon, The Up-to-Date Serio Comic. Every Might at 8 O’clock Sharp, NEW PEOPLE COMING NEXT WEEK. 150,000 feet of timber, valued at $26,- 525, from A. F. Churchill. The schooner Aetna, Captain Chap man. sailed yesterday for New York, with 802,000 feet of lumber, valued at $3,600, from the Yellow Pine company. The schooner John R. Penrose, Cap tain Smith, sailed yesterday for New York with a cargo of 310,000 feet of lumber aud 2,214 cossties, valued at $5,000, from Gregertsen <& Cos. The Spanish schooner Floret de Mar, Captain Dominique, sailed yesterday for Barcelona with a cargo of 2,086 barrels rosin, valued at $5,202, from F. D. M. Straclian. The Floret, de Mar is the pioneer in a r.ew feature of Brunswick shipping —the use of schoo ners as carriers of naval stores to for eign countries. Absolutely the latest styles in tine shirts can be tound at Palmer’s. SHERIFF SALES. STATIC OF GEOHGIA, ( County of Glynn. ) \l' ILL l* soltl before the coart bouse door, on n the Hist Tuesday in. July, A. 1)., 1897,dur ing the legal hours * of sale, that certain lot or parrel of land lying anti being in the city of Brunswick, county of < lynn, state of Georgia, and in that part of said city known us old town, as pel the map or plan of raid cuy made by Giorge H. Baldwin, A. 1)., 1837, as old town lot No. 209, together with all and singular the improvements thereon. Levied on as the property of Mrs. A. F. Burbage under and by virtue of a mortgage execution issued out of Glynn superior court in favor of the Brunswick Savings ami Trust company, and against the said Mrs. A. F. Burbage for $2,000, principal; $2.'4 35 interest to December 8,1896, and all fu ture interests and costs, Levy made anil re tained to me by E. K. Taylor,’deputy sheriff. * W. 11. BERK IE, sheriff Glynn County, Ga. fTATB of Georgia. \ County of Glynn. \ WILL be sold before the court house door of Glynn county,Ga., on'the first Tuesday in duly, 1897. being the ttli day of duly, 1897, during the legal hours of sale, the’eastern halves of old town lots one hundred and thirty-four and one hundred and thirty-five (134 and 133), both in the city of Brunswick. Glynn county, Ga., as per the map or plan of said city of Brunswick made by George K. Baldwin, A. I>. 1537, with tlu* improve ments thereon, fully set out and described in the judgment and decree entered in the superior court of Glynn county, Ga., on the 21st day of May. 1897, in the equitable cause of action, wherein the Oglethorpe Savings and Trust company is plaintiff and Jacob Michelson de fendant. Levied on as the property of Jacob Michelson under and by virtue of an execution issued out of the superior court of Glynn coun ty. Ga.. in favor of he Oglethorpe savings and Trust company and against said Jacob Michel son at ike May term. 1897,0f said superior court for $0,500 principal, $55.10 interest to May 21, 1895 and $055.10 as attorneys* fees and all further interest and $ costa. Notice of levy given to tenant in possession. W. H. BERRIE, Sheriff Glynn Cos., Oa, THE SIGHT Is all important, and therefore you ought to be careful how your eyes are fitted to glasses, We have had the experience, and can fit them scientifically and cor rectly. We guarantee both frames and lenses. Repairing of all kinds and mak ing of medals, etc., a specialty. CALL AND SEE US. KENNON MOTT. GARFIELD’S PHOTOGRAPHIC STODIO, Gloucester St., (Opposite Express Office.) Work In Braudes. Copying and Enlarging of All Kinds. SATISFACTION UI A KAN TEE D. Joerger’s Pharmacy. DRUGS, PERFUMERY, CIGARS, ETC. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Day and Night. OPPOSITE OGLETHORPE HOTEL. Time by AVI re from Washing;' ton Received Dally. 31 5 NEWCASTLE ST. Livery Braving n AND , Stables. and teed Sale Morris & Lee, Mansfield Street. Old Street Car Stables. SOMETHING NEW - have just received anew lot of mold ings and are prepared to make .... * PICTURE FRAMES t In all styles and at all prices. See our assortment. Fleming & Waff. J. J. LISSNER. —WHOLESALE— Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, BacorS and Provisions, Grain, Hay and Bran A Specialty. 204 GRANT T sueSl£ - Brunswick, Ga. Wly Is It Necessary to TMrst— 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 \V 1 1 j; \T Yo |]p And the Steak is Good i ' Hill' I V/C AV You may be sure that it came from IIONOIt IS CHARLES —. \T BAUMGARTNER & CO. A 1 ILAIV Western meats from Swift. GAME IN SEASON, FINEST SAUSAGE, HAM J, BREAKFAST BACON. 305 Grant Street, and 213 Newcastle. During this month we offer 10 Per Cent. Discount To all cash buyers. Examine Our Line of Odorless Refrigerators, Baby Car riages, Etc., Etc. H. 3YL Miller <£ Son. THE CHANCE OF YOUR LIFE! A few slightly damaged Man tels at one-half price. COME QUICK. IRON FENCING. MONUMENTAL WORK. Brunswick Marble and Granite Works. REED E. LaMANCE, Proprietor. IN SUMMER-^ The average individual seeks refreshing bev erages. We have these tempters to offer: Assorted Fruit Syrups, per bottle 25c Imperial Fsraon Juice, per bottle Montserrat Fime Juice, per bottle I()n Mott’s Carbonated Sweet Cider, per bottle gso Hire’s Improved Root Beer Extract, per bottle 25c Carbonated Root Beer ]||q Everything in Groceries. KEANY & BAILEY, GROCERS, Telephone No. 11. 312 Newcastle Street.