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The ownership of the Telegraph seems to he the engrossing question in Macon just now. That Midsummer Issue—screw your hip-henr nntuh. for it will soon he here. That TTrbana, Ohio, sheriff has plucked up enough courage to return home. The militia captain is still in the woods. Thjc familiar tap of the reveille it again heard on the tented plain of Camp Northen. Next month the sol diers will mingle with the surf at St. Simon. Macmonniks’ statue of Bacchante, which prudish Boston considered too indelicate for exhibition on one of tier classic avenues, is to be placed in New York, which takes anything she can Ret. The Bell Telephone company in tends to enter individual suits against each of the subscribers to other tele phone systems, claiming that they hre aiding and abetting in the infringe ment of its patent. The Bell company will And this too hard a tight even for its great strength. The Atlanta Journal, which should be tlie model of all afternoou papers, has just settled down 11 regular busi ness again, after celebrating its tenth auuiveasary. The Journal has grown steadily without a single setback, and merits that praise which is due to hon est success. Thkhk is every reason to believe that the Society for the Prevention ol Cruelty to Animals will soon have a branch in Brunswick. Those inter ested iu the work will appreciate the story of “Black Beauty”, which will be published in the Sunday issues of The Times. This book has a world wide reputation, and has taught the lesson of justice aud gentleness to an imals as it has uever been taught be fore. PREMEDITATED FAILURE. Mr. Calhouu, ttie McKinley special commissioner to Cuba, has returned. He has shown peculiar qualifications for getting something fur nothing. His mission was totally barren of re sults as far as the developments show. His trip was a stupendous “bluff,” conceiveil by the administration as a scheme to partly satisfy public ex pectancy in regard to the Cubap pol icy of the McKinleyites. Its Mat failure, so far as accomplish ing what the American public antici pated is concerned, leads to the belief that Calhoun’s commission carried with it positive instructions to find out nothing He was wined and dined by Weyler, enjoyed a pleasant stay, and came home with nothing as a net result. He did discover that Dr. Ruiz was dead and that he was an Ameri can citizen. This information, how ever, was already public property, and Mr. Calhoun bothered himself about It unnecessarily. The McKinley special commissioner kuew what his report would be before he sailed for Cuba. His attempt to explain why he learned nothing is therefore supremely ridiculous. M KINLEY’S INDORSEMENT. A New Y T ork newspaper quoted President McKinley tile other day ns saying, in regard to Cuba: “This bloody war must stop.” Thereupon, the people of Ibis country, who are of the same opinion, took heart and ex pected a decisive move on the part of the administration toward checking Spanish rapacity on the island. The very next day, Mr. McKinley wired to Madrid, expressing his sym pathy for Spain. The Canovas ministry was forthwith recalled, thus giving tacit, indorse ment of Weyler’s plan of campaign in Cuba, and silencing (be demand for his recall. Winn the President of the United States, a free ration, which, by the letter and spirit of its constitution and the sentiments of its people, is unalterably oppo ed to such | riecu tion as Weyler is conducting, sol emnly and officially indorses it, why shouldn’t the Spanish government, which is originally responsible for Weyler and bis butcheries, also in dorse him, in defiance of the wishes of the Spanish populace? It is indeed a strange day in Amer ican history when the president of the republic becomes an indorser of imperialism and an apologist for mur der. m not live ror~ their v.i.w dren. but with them.” The mother should allow no false modesty to stand in the way of her daughter’s knowl edge of herself, of her possibilities ot her perils. For over thirty years Dr. Pierce, lias used his “Fovorite Pre scription” as a strengthened a puri fier, a regulator. It works directly upon the delicate, distinctly feminine organs, in a natural, soothing way. It searches out the weak spotsand builds them up A woman who would un derstand herself should send 21 cents rothe World’s Dispensary, Buffalo, N. Y., for Dr. Pierce’s Medical Adviser, a book of 1008 pages. Nervous People find just the help they $o much need, iu Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It fur nishes the desired strength by puri fying, vitalizing and enriching the blood, and thus builds up the nerves, tones the stomach and regulates the whole system. Read this: "I want to praise Hood’s Sarsaparilla. 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, but did not cure. I decided to try Hood’s Sarsaparilla. Soon I could do all my own housework. 1 hare taken Cured Hood’s Pills with Hood’s Sarsaparilla, 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 I am thankful to say 1 am well. Hood’s Pills when taken with Hood’s Sarsaparilla help very much.” Mrs. M. M. Mkss&ngkr, Freehold, Penn. This and many jther cures prove that Hood’s Sarsaparilla fs the One True Mood Purifier. All druggists. sl. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Cos., Lowell. Mass. w w j, act easily, promptly and HOOd S PUiS .gecuve-r. at MU. THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA„ WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 9, 1b97. INTERESTING, VERY! We have made it famous, economical and best for you to supply your needs here, and this ever grow ing store is the mark ot your appreciation. Thank you, not for buying the goods, for you don’t do that unless it’s the best policy to do so, but thank you for finding us out and enjoying the money-saving oppor tunities we offer Y’ou are making better and better tilings pos sible by giving us your eontidence and your trade. Inviting and giving full confidence, we ask for an examination of this week’s offerings. See Our Windows. They Exhibit SURPRISING A Fine Tan Shoe* for Men, Coin Toe. at $3.00 SALE OF A Fine Chocolate Colored Shoe for Men, at u.UU MEN’S TAN A Fine Oxblood Colored Shoe for Men, at OiUU SHOES. A Fine Chocolate Colored Vici Kid Bat Plain Toe “T.UU We have these four shoes in all styles and toes and will make a run on them this week. Our uew designs in gents’ tine shirts can’t be seen in any other store, The prices are $3.00 a dozen lower than anybody. See Us for Gents’ Furnishing Goods. PALMER’S POPULAR SHOE STORE. DANGER IN SODA. Serious Results Sometimes Follow Its Ex cessive Use. Common soda is all rigid iti its place and indispensable in the hitched and for cooking and washing purposes,but it was never intended for a medicine and people who use it as such will some day regret it. We refer to tile common usp of soda to relieve heartburn or sour stomach, a habit winch thousands of people practice almost daily, and one which is fraught with danger; moreover, the soda only gives temporary relief and in the end the stomach trouble gets worse and worse. The soda acts as a mechanical irri tant to the walls of the stomach and bowels, and oases are on record where it accumulated in tlie intestines, caus ing death by inflammation or peri tonitis Dr. Harlandson recommends as the safest and surest cure fur sour stom ach (acid dyspepsia; an excellent prep aration sold by druggists under the name of Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets. These tablets are large 20 grain loz enges, very pleasant to taste and con tain the natural acids, peptones and digestive elements essential to good digestion, and w hen taken after meals they digest the food perfectly and promptly before it has time to fer ment, sour and poison the blood and nervous system. Dr. Wuerth states that he invariably uses Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets in all cases of stomach derangements and finds them a certain cure not only for stomach, but by promptly digesting the food they create a healthy appe tite, increase tlesh and strengthen the action of the heart and liver. They are not a cathartic, hut intended only for stomach diseases and weaknesses and will be found reliable in any stomach trouble except cancer of the stomach. AB druggists sell Stuart’s Dyspep sia Tablets at 50 cents per package. A little book describing all forms of stomach weakness and their cure mailed free by addressing the Stuart Cos , of Marshall, M ich. The Oglethorpe hotel is noted for being one of the coolest spots on the South Atlantic coast in the summer months. A most delightful place to spend a pleasant summer. The Mount Lebanon Shakers recent ly performed a great deed of charity, alt hough it was not designed as a char ity, being nothing more nor less than an advertising scheme. It, however, resulted in great good just the same. They gave away 1,000 bottles of tlieir digestive cordial to those suffering from stomach derangements. It was so effective in curing those who used the remedy that they were loud in tlieir praises of it and in con sequence a large demand for tile cor dial was at once created. The druggists of tins town tiave lit tle bonks that tell all about it. Di gestive cordial creates ail appetite, aids digestion and brings about a rap id increase in fiega and strength. Laxol is the name of a palatable castor oil. Just the thing for chil dren. A course of Hood’s Sarsaparilla taken uow will liuiid up the system and pre vent serious illness later on. Get only Hood’s. Our show windows will entertain you. Look at the new styles in shirts. Palmer’s. Georgia syrup at the Downing Cos TO NASHVILLE. The Plant System Announces Its Rates to the Great Exposition. For the Tennessee Centennial and International Exposition, Nashville, Tenn.', May 1 to October 30, 1807, the Plant System will' sell round-trip tickets Irom Brunswick to Nashville, Tenn., at the following rales on dates named below : $23.05 —Tickets to be sold April 1-1 and 24 and daily on and after April 28, until and including October 15; final limit November 7, 1807. $17.35 —Tickets to be sold daily on and alter April 20, until and including October 15, 1807; final limit twentj days in addition to date of sale. sl2.6o—Tickets to be sold on Tues days and Thursdays of each week, be ginning April 29, arid until and in cluding October 20, 1807; final limit ten days in addition to date of sale. sll 35—Applies to military compan ies and uniformed brass bands accom panying them, moving in bodies ol twenty-five or more on solid ticket; to be sold daily, beginning April 29. and until and including October 26, 1897; final limit ten days in addition todate of sale. Same rate will apply to bona fide students and their teachers in parties of twenty-five or more on solid tickets, upon application of principals of colleges, schools and universities; to be sold May 15 to June 30, 1897, in citisive, &tvd September lb to October" 25, 1897, inclusive; final limit ten days in addition to date of sale. NOTICE TO CONTRA*-TORS AND THE PUBLC- Sealed proposals are hereby invited bv the undersigned commissioners of roads and rev enues of Glynn county, Georgia, tor the erection and completion ot anew court house budding in said county of Glynn agreeable to the plans and specifications prepared by Frank P. Mil burn, architect, of Charlotte, N. C., which plans and specifications are now on lile in the oflice of said commissioners and open to the inspection of the public and which will retrain on tile ami open to inspection during the continuance of this notice, and sad bids or proposals to be likewise made agreeable to the fo lowing stipu lations and conditions, to wit: First. The building to beerected is to he IK) 1-2 feet front and to run hack tiii 1-2 feet; to have a basement and two stories, the ba-ement to he of granite and the first and second stories of hull'brick and the roof of tin. For a more de tailed description of said building reference is hereby had to the plans and specifications on file in the oflice of said commi sioner.-. Second. The contractor do ng the work shall lie puid as follows: When the first floor joints are on twenty (20) per cent of the contract price; when the second floor joints are on fif teen (15) per cent of the contract price; when the roof, is on twenty (20) per cent of the con tract price: when tile floors are laid and the gla-s m fifteen (15) per cent of the contract price, and the balance,or thirty (GO) per cent, of the contract price to he pa and upon ilie comple tion and acceptance of the work. The work to lie done under the superintendence of the coun ty architect and payments made in a cordance with liis specifications. Third. The bids or proposals will he received at the commissioners’ cilice in the court house of said county of Glynn up to ten (10) o’clock a. in. of August third (fid), 189.", at which time the proposals will be opened and considered, the commissioners reserving to themselves the right to reject any or all bids. Fourth. All bids or proposals must lie accom panied by a cert lied cheek on some reliable hank for the sum of one th usand (81,000) dol lars. made payable to the order of .lames s. Wright.chairman , f the hoard of commis-ion ers, as evidence, if the contractor’s Ind is ac cepted, that he will enter into a contract at once and file an acceptable guarantee company bond in the sum of double the am uni of the contract price within thirty (fiO) days from the date of signing the contract for the. faithful performance of the contract, should such con tractor fail 11 sign a contract or to give ihe re uuired homl the 11.000 check will he forfeited to the county of Glynn as liquidated dam ges oc casioned by the delay. [Seal]. JAMBS S. WBIGHT, Chairman. K. F. CONEY, 11. H. HARVEY, Commissioners of Roads and Revenues of Glynn County, Ueorg.a Attest: J.C. LEHMAN, Clerk of Commissioners. J. M. Bloodwortk, Ocean Pier Store. Full line of Groceries, Cold Drinks, Cigars, Etc. All Islanders should call. C. A. SHAW, Artesian Barber Shop. Shaving and Haircutting. Strictly First-Class—Neat and Polite Barbers. LUCK BAKINS POWDER. W 11 I,,J L 11 auheino £ood*. No needles?, pin*?, poems or forks are offered to induce people to buy it. When you purchase a can of OCI0 Cl mb UVK you gei the worth ot your money in the highest (h. ag ©GfIS quality of Halting Powder. ra|| iNoa M JL-t KM® MILLIONS OF INTELLIGENT HOUSEKEEPERS oMr USE AND RECOMMENI) IT - MFGCO. For sale b y leadin S Wholesale and retail grocers everywhere. State Agent, Atlanta, Ga. QUANTITY. tin m imii warns. Founders. Machinists, Fftilerinakers and Blacksmiths. Saw Mills, Locomotives, Boilers, Engines, Printing Presses, Dynamos, Mo tors, anil all kinds of Eleclrieul Machinery neatly and promptly repaired. We will respond to calls on Marine Work At All Times Night or Bay. We will furnish all kind* of supplies amt materials for the trade at lowest prices. All our work will be done by first-class mechanics. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Bay St. Agents for the Celebrated Ridgway Bl UiliWick, Ga. Engines and Dynamos. p|( A TT ]I) p Made to order. Largest and most l LJ Ivl-/ complete line of blank books and l’ RAM LS school books 11. T. DUNN, 219 Newcastle Street. California Restaurant- GOOD EATING. CHUE HALL, Manager. MEALS SEJIVKD BEST ttsi BRUKSWICrv wdrdku rr ORDERS TAKEN FOR O K. LAUNDRY GRANT st Coney & Parker, -DEALERS IN COAL AND WOOD, Rnsendale and Portland Omenta, Common and Facing Brick, Rock Limt*, Plaster, llair. Shingles and Laths, Sewer Pipe, Chimney Flue Pipe and Fittings, Fire Brink and F re Clay. Telephone IS BAY JST'RlSFi'** Atlas Engines - Portable and stationary boilers, shafting, pulleys, belting, pipeing, injectors and fittings, sawdust and coal-burning grates. Twenty carloads for quick delivery. Get our prices. ome and see us. Lombard lion-works and Supply Cos, CAST EVERY DAY. _ CAPACITY 300 HANDS. UR, J. M. Madden, A. H. Lank, .Block. V , Nffskaum, President Vice-Prcsiueiit. Cashier; Asst. Cashier. THE MERCHANTS & TRADERS BANK OF BRUNSWICK. CAPITAL, *IOO,OOO. SURPLUS, *IO,OOO. DIRECTORS: Janies L. Foster, J.K. Wright, < . r.ogg, M. Raise-, Mokes Isaac, A. It. Lane, J. M. Madden, A. G. P. Dodge, jr. . Accounts of All Solvent Institutions Are Minted • A Savings Deportment Is Maintained in This Dank and Accounts of Women and Minors Arc Solicited. C. DOWNIJfU, President. K. I). WALTER. Cashier. K H, MASON, Vice President Tphe]SJational of runs wick CASH CAPITAL $150,000 Deals Liberally With Its and Friemls BURGLAR PROOF SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.