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aro peculiar, and cannot be discusned as we do those to s s ,v which all are subject. Men struation sustains such A,Wp/M v important relations to JtmMvt jl her health that when Suppressed, Irregular or / %Wf : JyP' 1 ainful,she becomes lan- ' guid, the bloom leaves )| Y'yjl‘:!w“ 1 \“ her cheek and grave.ilfjiilj f . Vj j complications arise uri-^l l-i i m less regularity is restored *7§| ! 'if to these orgaus. - foi jjj j 1 i\ “.SET 5 Iffij REGULATOR noted physician ol the South, where Menstruate troubles prevail more ex tensively than in any. other section. It never fails to restore health and strength to the suffering woman. The Bradfield Regulator Cos., Atlanta, Ga. Soid by dIS Druggists at SI.OO per Bottie. Health is Wealth. HtS. E. Q. BEST’S KR!£ &HS3 855111 TREATMENT tHE ORIGINAL. ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS, I.i .'’ol.i&i.dci- pc. ;iu-c Written Guarantee. VY authorized r.geiits. only, to euro Weak Memory, b./.:;iiK. VV:Lt fulness 1' its, Hysteria, Quick hubs, INjght iiossofi, Evil Dreams, Luck of Ooufi i. nee, 'iervoiiHiiess, Las? i*ude, all Drains, Youth ful Krrorn, or Excessive ttso of Tobacco, Opium, m Liquor. which leads to Misery, Consumption, insanity and .Death, At. store or by mail, $1 a do::; six for S3; with guarantee i£o ruro ov rofumi Finuey. Sample ack- Htfe, containing live days’ treatment, with full instructions, 25 cents. One sample only sold to each person. At store or by mail. ESFRed Label Special Aj2?j|& • Extra Strength. §@£*l ffj£ tf£gl'or lmpotency. Loss otws?L"drW JwjpS fy Power, Lost Manhood, flil. TCrlM? \ Sterility or Barrenness... y ’wwT n box; six for $5, withji’JK^W S;wrillru K'lisriniter^VKV \„J‘L Jjr,,. to rare in :iOdaye. At store * lAf \- ■e£-r-ont:or hymail. AFTER W. ,1. PUTTS, The Druggist, cor. Newcas tle and Gtouces er streets, Brunswick, Ga Moderate prices. Telephone 27. Prescriptions a specialty r g SSSifel’© sou ihtiif.r skx BAtJly This remedy being in r====:,iettci! directly to the j2FS\ wat of those dineane. -13 y H® of the Oenito-llrinar) BflrM K:’ jffjw Organs, rrqvires lie El KS change of diet. Cure vp?P—2U2— ‘<SSw guaranteed in 1 to 3 —rtaysi. Niuuil plain pack* tT TT TS TC* h.v mail, S 1.00 El jFkifia Solti only by VV. J. Butts, the druggist, corner Newcrstle and Gloucester streets Brunswick, Ga Moderate prices. Tel ephone 27. Prescriptions a specially. Knife P. P. P., Lippman’3 Great Remedy, Saves a Mad From Becoming a Cripple. Mr. Asa Atrmons, a well-known citizen of Jacksonville, Florida, was afliicted by a terrible-ulcer. Medical skill seemed unavailing in stopping the ravages of the terribie disease. The leg was swollen and intensely painful, as the ulcer had eaten its way down to the very bone. All medicines and treatments having failed to effect a cure, the doctors said the leg must come off. Just when it seemed that Mr. Ammons would become'a disabled and a crippled man, he tried P. P. P., Lippman’s Great Remedy, and the re sult was wonderful. P. P. P. SAVES HIS LEG. “ Jacksonville, Fla., July 1, 1895. Two years ago I had the worst ulcer on my leg I ever saw. It bad eaten down to the bone, and my whole leg below my knee, and my foot was swollen and inflamed. The bone was swollen and painful, and discharged a most offensive matter. My physicians said I had necrosis of the bone, and my leg would have to come off. At this stage I commenced to take P. P. P. and to bathe my leg with hot castile soap suds. It began to improve at once and healed rapidly, and is to-day a sound and useful leg. “ I think P. P. P., Lippman’s Great Remedy, is all a man could ask for as a blood purifier, as I have known it to cure so mcterrible cases of blood poi soning in a remarkably short time. “ASA AMMONS.” TERRIBLE BLOOD POISON. The body covered with sores—two bottles of P. P. P. made a positive and permanent cure. This is only one of many thousand similar cases. Catarrh yields at once to P. P. P. That smothered feeling at night, that heavy feeling in the day can and should be removed; P. P. P. will do it if you only give it a chance. Indigestion and constipation gohand in hand. Headaches and total loss of appetite are the results. Regulate yourself and tone up your stomach with P. P. P. Sold by all druggist* LIPPMAN BROS., Apothecaries, Sole Prop’rs, Lippmao's Block. Savannah, Qa The Rosy Freshness And a velvety softness of the skin is inva riably obtained by those who use Pozzoni’s Complexion Powder. SHIPPING REPORT. CORRECTED DAISY HY CAPT. OTTO JOHANNJEBOR WITH E. H. MASON & CO. i PORT OF BRUNSWICK, June 16. I*7. ARRIVED. CLEARED Leif Kricksson, Nnrss, 1340, Sewald, Fer nandina, A. K. Churchill - Hamburg. Guieeppe.lt bk, 497, Crishialo, Bahia, Downing company . SAILED. Laura C. Anderson, Am schi, 018, Potter, New York, Baxter & Cos. —New York. IN PORT. STEAMSHIPS. Rio Grande, Am as, 2043, Staples, New York, Mallory—New' York. HARES. Esmeralda, Dan bk, Pedersen, Guada loupe, Downing company. Avonport. Br bk, 909, Doyle, Rosario via Barbadoes. Antonio Jane, Sp bk, 800, Gabriel, Ha vana, Moynelo A Cos. Tertsina, It bk, 591, Porta, Antwerp, Downing company. Leone. Itbk.oos. Acampora, Savannah, F D M Straeli in. Chili, Sw bk,OS2, Saagstrom, Port Natal, Southern Pine company. Mod, Nor lik, 519, Nielsen, Baliia, Down ing company. Friheuen. Nor bk, 030, Lundley, Liver pool, Dowming company. Nanna, Sw bk, 697, Paahlsson, Ham burg, Downing company. Sultana Nor bK, 732, Lydersen, Buenos Ayres, Clark Bros. Sereia, Port bk, 397, Oheira, Rio Janeiro, Moynelo A Cos. Neptun, Nor bk, 1180, Backers, Gotten burg via Tybee, Downing company. Conductor, Br bk, 1003, I.ombi.rd, Rio Janeiro, Hilton-Dodge—Rio Janeiro. BRIGS. SCHOONERS. Harry A. Berwind, Am ichr, 911, Hew itt, Pbilade pliia. Wxrnock, Am lehr, 589, Sheppard, St. Pierre. John H . Piatt, Am senr, Ives, New York. Baxti r A Cos. Klla M. Storer, Am schr. 427, Haskell, New York, Hilton-Dodge—Boston. John Paul Am fehr, 352. B’oss, Philadel phia. Hilton-Dodge—New York. James B. Jordan, Am schr. 063, Hempel, Boston, Baxter A Cos. —Philadelphia. EEC A PIT CL ATION. Steamships, 2; Ships, 0: Barks, 14; Brigs, 0; Schooners, 7. Total, 23. The latest style white collars with the latest designs in shirts and our oxbloml Monroe foe shoes is what you want —Come to Palmer’s Truth in a Nut.-hell. Impure blood is the natural result of close confinement in the house, schoolroom or shop. Blood is purilied by Hood’s Sarsa parilla, and all the disagreeable re sults of impure blood disappear with the use of this medicine. If you wish to feel well, keep your blood pure with Hood’s Sarsaparilla. Hood’s Pills are the best family, ca thartic and liver medicine. Gentle, reliable, sure. Big cut in prices of shoes at H. E. Taylor & Go’s. Teachers' Examination. Notice is hereby given to ail persons desiring to obtain licenses to leach in the public schools of I he city of Bruns wick and county of Glynn that an ex amination will be held for that pur p meat the High School building, on Mansfield street, on Tuesday, June 22, at 9 a. m. H. T. Dunn, County School Commissioner. Boys, you are not in it if you don’t wear our “hot members” in shirts — Palmer’s. SOUTHERN RAXWAY. * E l~ ' SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAT 3, 1997. ... .. . , No. |N, So. No. Northbound. 81 , *„ „ Lv. Bi-nnswiok. & 45a! 0 30a ITiop "SI.? Ar. Everett..... 6 3fia|lo BOn (UWp 9 10j Lv. Jesup 11 25a 10 Up “ Surreney ''2 09p .II OOp " Ha/lehurut 1 03p 12 00* “ Lumber City 1 35p ... 12 19* “ Helena... 3 lOp 109* Missler 2 24p, 1 2 it “ Eastman . 345 p IM* " Empire.. J > 10p ,9 24* - Cochran N “- 9 331 p Ko 'J 2 40. “ Macon 055 4 45p 4Ua “ Plovlll* 9 84a 5 54p S (ip S S3* “ M- Oonough. 8 40p 344 ft 014. Ar. Atlanta... 11 10a T 460 94$ T 28. Lv. Atlanta 4 OQp 10 OOp 10 OOp 7 .30* Ar. Chattanooga 9 Dip tilua 4 80a 100 J Ar. Louisville t OJa OISp lUp 109a Ar. Cincinnati. Q.&O 7 40a 7 80p 7 80p 7 4tfc Lv. Atlanta 11 50p 1300 m Ar. Washington 0 4Dp 642 11 New York 0 33a1248pL. .Vo. Vo. 10. o. Southbound. JO w 8 Lv. New York T 30p if ll* Washington 10 48p 1115. Ar. Atlanta. S 55p 119* Lv. Cincinnati, Q. 4s C 7 3jp 4 3'fc WJa 7St “ Louisville 7 35p T 43a 7 43a 7 85) Lv. Chattanooga 6 30a 10 OJp 1# OOp 9 05) Ar. Atlanta 11 40a 3ft .a 3 00a los| | Lv. Atlanta 4 lQp 3 25al la • 80| “ McDonough 5 lOp 0 15a 0 15a 9 86* *' Piovilla 354 p 7 tea 9 51a 1013i Ar. Macon 7 00p 8 15a 10 50a 1110 J Lv. Cochran ... 10 14a ...... 12 40* “ Empire 10 27a .. l2 7 “ Eestman :10 59a 125* - Misaler.. 1127a, 153* “ Helena 1146a 2 00* “ Lumber City 19 45p 2 47* “ H&zlahurst ' j 1 ftip v 8 OS* “ Surrency. ' I 1 sßp * " 8 67* Ar. Jesup 3 4lp 4 49* Lv. Everett 0 sua 3 BOp Ar. Brunswick 7 4.7a 4 80p 8 OOp 6 89* Nos. 13 and 14—“ Pullman sleeping car* b* tween Atlanta aud Brumwlak. Pullrn..* drawing room alimping ears between Jack sonville, Fla., and Nashville, Tana., vis Chattanooga. Nos. 9 and 10—Pullman drawing room sleep Jng oars between Atlanta and Louisville. Nos. 7 and B—Pullman sleeping cars between Atlanta and Chattanooga. Thi* oar is placed In Union Passenger station, Allan .a, for ths reception of passengers at 0:00 p. m. Connection at Union Depot, Atlanta, fer all points north, east and west. V. H. GREEN, J. M CULP, Gen’l Superintendent, Traffic Manager, Washington, D. 0. Washington, D. 0. W. A. TURK, 8. H- HARDWICK, Gen’l Pass. Vgt. Aut. Gen’l Pass. Aft. Washington, P. 0. AtlWtt, <*+ THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA., THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1897. 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, 1897, the Plant System will sell round-trip tickets from Brunswick to Nashville, Tenu., at the following rates on dates named below : s23.os—Tickets to be sold April 14 and 24 and daily on and after April 28, until and including October 15; final limit November 7, 1897. sl7.3s—Tickets to be sold daily on and alter April 29, until and including October 15, 1897; final limit twenty 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, and until and in cluding October 26, 1897; 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 of twenty-five or more on solid ticket; to be sold daily, beginning April 29. arid 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 nr more on solid tickets, upon application of principals of colleges, schools and universities; to he sold May 15 to June 30, 1897, in clusive, and September 15 to October 25, 1897, inclusive; final limit ten days in addition to date of sale. Large plaid shirts and ties to match are all the go—See ours. Palmer. IATHOSHEK FACTS o- •• There are out two makers in the t' mted States who manufacture all parts ol their Pianos in their o\vn factory. Steinway is one ol these two makers. The M ATHI - SHEK I *iano Company is the other. MATHUSHEK Pianos never fail. All are good. A cracked plate or sounding hoard has never been know u r -nud their construction renders such imperfections absolutely impossible. MATHUSHEK Pianos last a lifetime and keep in Tune and Order at one- i fourth the expense of other Pianos. So say purchasers and tuners generally. •More MATHUSHEK Pianos in use J South than of any other one make. Ludden & Pates have sold MATHU- i SHEK Pianos for over a quarter of a j century ami are still at it. Our salesman, Mr. A. J. McVeigh, will | sell you one at our lowest Savannah or i New York wareroom prices. LUDDEN & BATES. ssavarman, ua., and New Tolk ATty. MADE ME A MAN §AJAX tablets positively cure ALL Ferrous Diseases —Failing Mem ory, I m potency, Sleeplessness, ete., caused by Abuse and other Excesses and Indis cretions. They quickly and surely restore Lost Vitality in old or young, and fit a man for study, business or marriage. ■ Prevent Insanity and Consumption if taken in time. Their use shows immediate improve ment and effects a CURE where all others tail. In sist upon having the gemr le Ajax Tablets. They have cured thousands and v ill cure you. # We give a positive written guarantee to effect a cure in ench case or refund the money. Price 50 cents per package, or six packages [full treatment] for $2.50. By mail, in plain wrapper, upon receipt of price. Circular free. AJAX REMEDY CO., For sale in Brunswick, Ga., by WILLIAM CROVATT S CO. Hilii Underfills head advertisements \vt 1 be inserted for one cent a word for the first In sertion* an?l for every Insertion thereafter at the rate of half a cent a word. No ad vertisement will be taken for*less than ten cents. Cash in advance in variably re quired for all advertisements in this col mnn. til SINESS personals. r | H 7Y REWRITING TAUGHT WITH FIVE L weeks’ practice, .$5. I'liOK. S. M.FRY. FOR RENT-HOUSES. TPOR RENT Ol! SALE-RESIDENCE ON I U Wolf street; well located: in good order; bargain. Apply to E. 11. Mason & Co’s store. je l-4t IIAOtt RENT—RESIDENCE, WITH LARGE 1 yard and frnit trees, admirably situated corner George and Albany street.-, Possession 1 given either at once or on .Inly 1. Apply to E. I I). Lambright. IAOIt RENT-LARGE AND COMMODIOUS dwelling, lilli Grant street, fronting Hanover 1 square. WM. ANDKRSON.^lKiloucesterslrcet. LOST. I (IST -GOLD CHAIN BRACELET WITH J locket attached. Finder will be rewarded by returning to this oilice. WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. SOLICITORS WANTED— FOR DR. TAL inage’s “The E*i*th Girdled.” or his famous tour around the world, a tintiling story of sav age and barbarous lands. Four million Tal niage’s books sold, and "The Earth GTitled” is his latest and grandest. Demand enormous. Everybody wants this famous book; only Big book, big commissions. A gold mi no tor workers. Credit given. Freight paid. Outfit tree. Drop all trash and sell the king of hooks and make |3OO a month. Addl es* for outfit and territory the DOMINION COMPANY, Star building, Chicago. FOR SALK. 1750 R SALK-OLD PAPERS, 25 CENTS PER . hundred. Apply this olliec. *730 R SALE-FIRST-CLASS 14-FOOT GIG, r best of condition; cheap for cash. Apply to E. H. Mason Sl Cos. jcl-tl' HER LIFE TRULY S4.VED. Dr. Miles’ Heart Cure Does St Mrs. Chas. Lu Point, a well-know an rident of Denver, praises this wonderful remedy. Her testimony should convince all as to t: worth of the New Heart Cure and Kestora tive Nervine. Her letter dared Sept lltb 1894. reads as follows: ff*'' " s&:■>£&%£ Mns. La Point, 2137 Humboldt St. “Typhoid fever left mo with heart trouble of the most serious nature. Nothing the doctors gave bad any effect. I had severe pains in the heart, and was unable to he on my left side for more tlmn three minutes at a i ins:. My heartsecined to miss beats, ant 1 bad smothering spells, in which it seemed every b:. •+* would bo ray last. Wo acci dently saw an advertisement of Dr. Miles’ ?’>w Heart Cure and Restorative Nervine, and purchased a bottle of each. AT- ,r taking the remedies a week, T could be lifted in a chair and sit up an hour <nd in a short time I was able to do light housework. 1 shall bo evorgratofu to you for your wonderful medicines. Truly they saved my life. MKS. (.'HAS. I,A POINT, Dr. Miles Heart Cos re it; sold on a positive guarantor: that, the first bottle will benefit.. A M druggists sell 1! it,sl 6 bottles forss or it will bo sent, prepaid on receipt of price by tho lie Miles Medical Cos , Elkhart. Ind. Dr. Miles’ Heart Cure **£3^. 011 ¥M PIiIITE /S PUT UP ONLY f,\f SQUARE P/NT BOTTLES. i G S|g_i PHOSPHATE ASSoIUTELY pure J 1" unfit/’Qg jptrejfx foYtill f'i’dnvy tfrjr. ijej, of the \'erSorj§ i/e/tj dnd ojHc/i froobk's Cm PtMapMU u ">4 <■•> • nuf u,l ,r.J pinl knlil.i .ncloMO la • rppcl (on l" CINCINNATI O USA Invaluable for Kidney Trouble, Nervous D'sorders, Indigestion. ULLMAN&eO.!S4 SOLE PItOPKIETOBS That tired feeling vvlucn eventually comes to a high liver is dissipated by Gin Phosphate. GIN PHOSPHATE dißels the most obstinate case of Kid i y troubles. a pleasant ana invigorating tomo. An unfailing specific for kidney troubles, nervous disorders and indigestion. For sale by J. J. Lott, R. V. Douglas, Haas Liquor Cos. Sig Levison. 1). G. Johnson, Wm. .inderson, Tob t ;wman, M. H. sch & Cos.. J. E. E heppard, A l her. Wertz. iiiiiiii. Repairing of firearms and bicycles done with neatness and and dispatch. All Work Guaranteed. Cor. Monk and Grant Stfi. 6-1? P. O. KESSLER. C. A. SHAW, Artesian Barber Shop, Shaving and Hancutting. Strictly First-Class—Neat and Polite Barbers. The Perfume of Violets The purity of the lily, the glow of the rose, and the Hush of Ilobu combine in I’ozzoni’s wondrous Powder. Hotel St. Simon... ST. SIMON ISLAND, GA. Season of 1897, May 15 to Sept. Ist. Steamers leave Brunswick for Hotel four times each day, connecting with all trains. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. J|#f% if YoiK, phi mm Dm Boston. jS||. I i -4§, It Sailing From Brunswick, Ga.. Direct to New York. PASSENGER SERVIGE. PROPOSED SAILINGS : Leave New York. Leave Brunswick. < < L<>H ADo I’ riday, May 7, H.OO p. m Friday, May 14, 3.30 p. in. i l l < > Gli A NI)E Friday, May 14, 3.00 p. iii. Friday, May 21, h.OO a. in. < oLoilADo Finlay, May 21,3.00 p. m. Friday, May 28,3.00 p. m. 810 CiIIANOE Friday, May 28,3.00 p. in Friday, June 4, 7.30 a.'m. For general informal ion, steamers trans, ra es, etc., apply to any railroad agent, or to CII \S. DAVIES, Agent., 220 NY. Bay St, Jacksonville, I 4 ln. A. P. MUKPHY, Agent,, Fern and in a, Fla 11. 11. RAYMOND, General Sonth rn Agent, Brunswick, Ga. C II M A I,LORY & CO., General Agents, Pier 20. K. River, and 303 Broadway, N. Y. PLANT SYSTEM * I’ASSENGEH DEi’ARTMJ£NT. No 91 Mo.ra.-j Time T able j No - M NO - 92 Passenger Mixed Passenger MiXtd Daily. Effective Sunday June 1 Daily. Daily, Daily . j 0, 1897,12 ol am 7 00am •’> 15 pm.. lv Brunswick ar j 7 45am.... I 10pm.... 9i: un .8 17 pm... j ar' Way cress lv I 6 oOam.. 9 25pm.... It 05 am... 925 pm lv Way cross ar v j 5 50am... suonm.... 100 pm.. lir>9piu... ar Tifton • lv | 310 am. 515 pm 105 pm.. IfiOain..- lv Til turn ar j j 2 55am.... 5 of>pm.... 2 25piu.. 1 55am... ar Albany lv 112 ftaaui.... 340 pm.... 12 30 pm... 12 30am... .. ar Savannah lv 300 am.... 400 pm.... . ai Charleston lv j ll 00pm,. 1 uupm... 12 15 pm ar Jacksonville lv 7 00pm.... 8 ispm... lu 30 am ar St Augustine lv I j j ar Tampa lv j | . * 2 ill am .j 12 55am ar Thomaaville >v 155 am 335 pm... I \_ _ _l VIA TIFTI N & G. 8. & F. 7 uOam.. 5 15pm 1v.... Brunswick ar 7 45am ...:J1 40pm.... 100 pm., il 59pm ar ... Tifton .... lv .... ! 2 55am.... j 5 15pm.... 43opm . 4 05am ar.... Macon lv 11 25pm.... jll 50am.... 7 35pm.. 7 45am ar ... Atlanta h 7 oUpni....j 8 20am.... 12 35am 1 00pm ar—chattanoga .. . lv .... 2 55pm....i 4C5am.... 0 45am. 7 00pm _. ar.... Nashville 900am...-;11 20pm. . 6 40pm 7 2''am ar St. Louis lv 9 25pm....i 8 40am... . ar : lv| j VIA WAYCROSS A MONTGOMERY. 7 00am...i 5 45pm 1v.... BrunfWlek —ar : 7 4'am—ll4opir.... 45 am... | 8 Isi>m ar VlaycroHr ....lv ' | 6 Warn ...j 925pir.... II 20pm i 8 lOani ai ...Montßomery ....lv ii 7 4apm ...I 8 50am.... 12 22 am. 1 12 05am ar —Birmingham lv 4iopm... 54Ham.... 0 45am.. ruOpm.. ar Nashville Iv ospm ... 112(am 0 40pm.. 7 20am jar St. Louis lv j 9 26pm .... 8 40am.... 12 27pm ...I 2 20pm jar ... .Louisville Iv; : 2 55am...1 5 45am.... 4 I2pin .. I 7 05pm jar ....Cincinnati lvi jll 00pm ... j 2 OOain BETW EEN BRUNSWICK, MACON & ATLANTA—VIA TIFTON ANl* MACpN. 7 00a iu..! 5 47pm av— Brunswick —ar 7 15am 11 40pm .. 430 pm.. j 1 05am .. | iar.... Macon ....lv II 25pm ...11 57am .. 7 85 pm ..j i 45aiii.. j ;ar.... Atlanta D 7 [>inn . ' | " | ' !'■ ‘‘ Direct connection made at Wav cross with throuah Pullman Sleeping Cats for Montgomery, Nashville. Havanmih. Cliarleston, nail all points North; ahoTampa auit St. Augua tine. Keeling chair ca s between Waycross and Monlgomery via Thomasvillc. B DUNHAM, LEO. W. CO A'IKS, B. W. W RKNN, i.enorai supt. Division Pass. Agent. i'ass. irnllic Manage*. \s ?\y\ vi? owyx \w CUMBERLAND ROUTE summer schedule, Effective May 31. BRUNSWICK CUMBKKI. \SD - FERNAND!- j NA LINK. Daily Kxckit Sunday, Going- Leave Brunswick. B:boam Arrive ( uniberland Island 10:00 am Arrive Kornandina 12:00 am lioturmng— Leave Fernandina 1 ::o p in Leave Cuml 'Hand Island 3:30 p hi Arrive Brunswick 5:30 pm SIMIAVS. Going— Ijfave Brunswick s:ooam Leave St. Simon Pier 0:oo a m Arrive < upiiborland Island 11:00am lteturnwg— IjCH veCuniberland Lland d:::opm Arrive St. fc Siinon Pier 5:00 pm Arrive .Brunswick 0:30 pm BUI NsWICK-ST. SIMON LINK. WKKK Days. Going-- Leave Brunswick s:uo ain 2:<)<t p m 0:00 |> m Ar. si. Simon Pier iLOOain 3:00 pm 7:00 pin Keturning- - Lv. >t. Simon Pier iDOOani 0:00 am 4:30 pm Ar. liriinswiek. 7:ooam lo:UO a in 5:30 p m on Sundays extra bout will leave si. Simon 10:15p.m. SUNDAYS Going— Leave Brunswick 8:00 a m 10:00 a m 2:00 p m Returning-- Lv. St. Simon Pier. II :30 anj 5:30 p m 10:15 pin Note-.-L'ar will leave St. Simon Pier for hotel on arrival of steamer from Brunswick.. Ite ttirning will leave hotel for st. Simon Pier. 15 minutes before schedule time for departure of boat. For further information apply to NY. M.TI PPL It to Cos., Managers. 11. 11. RAYMOND, General Passenger Agent-. Ice Cream, Ice cream soda, Milk shakes, Soda water, Wine cocoa. Full line of Cigars and To bacco. Fie-ih Fruits. Confectionery. Eli Zissamato, ;!02NEWCASTLE ST. Brunswick Grocery Cos. Sole Agents For the Famous ajT THE BEER THAT MADE MILWAUKEE FAMOUS. UNEQUALLED FOR TABLE USE. Wholesale [Grocers. LIUUORS. TOBACCOS, PIPES AND CIGABS. NVe recommend “Duke of Cumberland,” lII* 01. l Whisky,for Medical and Family use PAINE, MURPHY & CO., BROKERS U-ders Executed- O'er Our Private Wires —For ce iTTO.N, STOCKS, GRAIN ANI) PROVISIONS For Cash or ou Margins, local Securities Bought and Sold. Telephone, SSO. Hoard of Trade Building, Jackson Building, Savannah. Ga. Atlanta, Ga. J. B. ABRAMS. Brunswick Representative.