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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. Mrs. H. B. Dillon lies gone to Bax ley to visit her mother. Smith D. Pickett, of the Southern railway, is in the cily. B. Nussbaiiin, of Hainhriilge, is reg istered at the Oglethorpe. Messrs. J. O. and VV. A. Jelks. of Hawkinsville, are at the Oglethorpe. Mrs S. Nathan and sister, Miss Marks, are visiting relatives in Sa vannah. Misses Mary Willis Little and Sarah Little, charming young ladies of West Point, are at St. Simon to spend two weeks. Mrs. deForrest Allgood and Mr. Andrew P. Allgood, of Gridin, were at the Oglethorpe yesterday, en route to St. Simon. Mr and Mrs.l 11. Briggs, who have he n spending liieir honeymoon at St S moo, came lip yesterday and are at the Oglethorpe. The re is a multitude of com laints about the service of tin* Light and Water company so far as street light ing is concerned. Masters Alfred and William Oro vatt, sons of Judge A. J. Crovatt, have returned from Sharon, Ga., where they have been attending Sa cred Heart seminary. Mrs. W. II Lytle, jr„ and little son Stanley, returned from St. Simon yes terday, where they have been spend i fig some time. The report that Mrs. Lytle was struck by lightning on Sat urday was entirely without founda tion. The Riflemen will, like the Knights of Pythias, he represented in the Mid sliminer eiTi tuJTi of The Tim km. —A~ photograph ot the company was taken yesterday for this purpose. The pho tograph was taken by Photographer Garfield in front of the city hall. The company had nut its drill team, which will enter the St. Simon encampment prize drill. About Mr. Haas The Messenger, of Atlanta, has this to say of an acquisition to its staff, who is well known here, having been connected with Thk Timks: “Mr. Louis Haas, manager of the advertis ing department, was lirst associated with the paper in December of last year. He is one of the most experi enced and b“st known newspapermen in the South, having friends by the score in all the Southern slates.” Hundreds of thousands have been induced to try Ghamherlain’s Gough Remedy by reading what it has done for others, and having tested its mer its for themselves are today its warie st friends. For sale by druggi.-ts. Patent leal tier shoes at 11. K. Tay lor A Go’s. Removal Sale. The sale commencing tomorrow on all lines car ried by us, especially the a PER CENT ifiOl on lined clothing, is an op portunity that no one can afford to miss should they need anything in our line. LEVY’S —- Af/ONO THE BAY. Items of HarWr News and Generai Shipping Interest. 'Die big American bark George S. Homer, 12G7 tons, arrived yesterday from Adelaide via Barbados. She will load crossties from George 8. Baxter <& Cos. for New York. The bark Chili sailed yesterday for Antwerp, with a cargo of 408,000 feet of lumber, valued at $G, u (i9, from the Bouihern Pine Cos. The bark Nanna sailed yesterday for Rotterdam, with a, cargo of 924 barrels of turpentine and 0,400 bar rels of rosin, valued at $20,927, from the Downing Cos. The bark Sereia sailed yesterday for Oporto, with a cargo of 152,000 feet ot lumber and 100.000 feet of timber, valued at $0,019, from Moynello & Cos. The Norwegian bark Sultana and j the Italian hark Teresina have com pleted their cargoes of lumber and rosin, and will clear today. The Norwegian bark Frieheden moved up from Rush’s to Downing’s wharf yesterday. The American schooner Warwick came up from Quarantine to Eman uel’s wharf yesterday. The four-masted schooner John 11. Platt moved up from Aiken’s to Emanuel’s wharf yesterday, to com plete tier cargo of crossties. MANAGER PORTER. A Well-Known Hotel Man to Take Charge of the Oglethorpe. Anew manager for the Oglethorpe hotel has been appointed. He is Mr. Hugh Porter, one of the best known hotel men in the South. Mr. Porter will assume charge on July 1. The new manager was for a long period manager of the Kimball house, Atlanta, and is at present in charge of the Battle house. Mobile. He has an excellent reputation as a host and is sure to give the patrons of the Oglethorpe the best of service. Take JOHNSON'S CHILL & FE VER Pox Hunting in Glynn. A genuine fox hunt occurred in Glynn county Monday night. For some time a fox has been devouring Mr. Ben Waldron’s chickens, and on that night a party, composed of Dep uty Sheriff Taylor, .lodge Sam At kinson, Gus Middleton and Rtife Lang, “jumped” the animal near Mr. Waldron’s place. They had an ex citing chase of two hours, hut failed to get the fox. They Will Be There. The Torpedo Division, Naval Militia, last night voted to have a handsome cut in Thk Timks’ Midsummer Issue. Some insignificant opposition was manifested, due to personal spite, hut had no effect on file organization as a whole. The Naval Reserves will have excellent representation in the issue. Will Drill Nightly. The Riflemen will soon begin drill ing every night, preparatory to the prize drill at the encampment next month. The Riflemen have a good team, and expect to win. Johnson’s Chill rnd Fe ver Tonic is a ONE-DAV Jure. It cures lhe most stubborn case of fever in 24 Hours. To Train His Horse. Deputy Sheriff Taylor will take bis horse to Cumberland on July 1 to train him on the track for the races on July 3 Big: out in prices of shoes at ff. E Taylor & Co’s. Blanton Won. The Atlantic Gun Club hail its regu lar weekly shoot yesterday afternoon, having changed the day from Friday to Tuesday. Dr. G. W. Blanton won the medal for the beat score. THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA., WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 23, (897. Otllcial Inspect or of WatclieN for flic It. add W. and So, fly. The . . . JEWELER. INTERESTING, VERY! We have made it famous, economical and best for you to supply your needs here, anil this ever-growing store is the mark ot jour appreciation. Thank you, not for buying the goods, for you don’t do that unless it’s the best policy to do so, hut thank you for linding us out and enjoying the money saving oppor tunities we offer You are making better and better things pos sible by giving us your eonli lence and your trade. Inviting and giving lull confidence, wo a<k 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 (hoe >late Colored Shoe for Men, at.. 3.00 MEN’S TAN A Fine Oxh'.ood Colored Shoe for Men, at.. 3.00 SHOES. A Fine ('hoe date Colored Vici Kid Hal Plain Toe 4.00 We have these four siloes in all styles and toes and will make a run on them this week. Our new designs in gents’ fine shirts can’t be seen in any other store. The prices are S.'S.OO a dozen lower than anybody. See Us for Gents’ Furnishing Goods, PALMER’S POPULAR SHOE STORE. FOR OPERA HOUSE. Parties Want Option on Second Floor of Winship Building Certain gentlemen have made ap plication for an option on the second lloor of I lie largest of the two Win ship buildings, now being erected at the corner of Bay and Monk streets. The gentlemen expect to make it an opera house. It is not, probable hi w ever that the plan will b: carried i ut, as the location is undesirable for such a purpose, and one 11-ior would not tie siilllcient to make a creditable t heatre. Great slaughter sale of shoes at 11. E. Taylor A Go’s. Georgia syrup at, the Downing Go Quinine and other fever medicines take from 5 !o 10 days to cure fever Johnson’s Chill and Fevei Tonic cures in ONE DAY. T.adies and gentlemen’s shoes at low prices at II.K. Taylor <fc Co’s. Midsummer Fair, Tifton, 6a. For the above occasion the Plant System will sell round trip tickets from Brunswick to Tifton, Ga., at rate of $2.70. Tickets on sale July 7, Sand 9, with linal limit two days from date of sale. If you need shoes aoil want to save money go to H. E. Taylor it Cos. STATU OF GBOKOIA, / C, CM V OF UI.YNK. ( Notice is he 1 eliy given to all persons, that 1 have n this day transferred ami assigned to I). James Dillon, of Brunswick. Georgia, ten (10) shares of the capital stock of the Merchants A Traders Bank of Brunswick, Georgia, which have heretofore stood in my name oil the hooks of said hank, the same I elug evidiived ny eei ti iicate number one hundred and sixtv-slx (Hid), issued in my favor by A. h. l ane, cashier, audJ.M. Madden, president of Said ban*, on the tilth day of October Dili. since this as signment, the giock appears ~a the hooks of the hank in the nan eof the -aid Dillon This no tice published in he Evening Advertiser and in Thk Brunswick 'liars. of said papers being public gazettes pu* lislied in Hrnnswick, Gla nn county, Georgia. This z2ud day of April, IBP7. Jesse D. Mitchell. DON’T BE FOOLED Into paying a traveling optician four times as much for glasses as we will charge you. We are competent and do fit your eye correctly. We guarantee both lenses and frames and are right at home where you can see us at any and all times. o-4-o EXAMINATION FREE. KENNON MOTT. Time by Wire from WaHhimr ton Received Dally. GARFIELD’S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO, Gloucester St., (Opposite Express Office.) Work lit Its Brandies. Copying and Enlarging of All Kinds. SATISFACTION' GUARANTEED. Why take Johnson’s Chill and Fever Tonic? Because it cures the most stubborn case o- Fever in ONE DAY. All Over the World. All parties desiring to take trip* to any part of the world should call on Capt. O. Johannesson, who is the Brunswick agent of all the fastest and beat steamships afloat. He can make you rates to any foreign point. 315 NEWCASTLE ST. SOMETHING NEW^^^ We have just received anew lot of mold ings and are prepared to make ... , * PICTURE FRAMES * In all styles and at all prices. See our assortment. Fleming & Waff. ' 1,1 ■' - _ _ g J. J. LISSNER. —WHOLESALE— Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions. .Grain, Hay and Bran A Specialty. 204 - Brunswick, Ga. Why Is It Necessary to Tlirst^=^ Those who are wise will never thirst while the Old Reliable Adams Drug Company make their world-renowned Soda. If you sutler 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 "WHFN YOTIP Anil the Steak Is Good T* (I -I-L . AV/ (J At l You may he sure that it came from HONOR IS CHARLES ——l AT OTP A I" BAUMGARTNER & Cos. A A O 1 liiAlV Western meats from Swift. GAME IN SEASON, FINEST SAUSAGE, HAMS, BREAKFAST BACON. 305 Grant Street, and 213 Newcastle. During this month we offer 10 Per Cent. Discount To all cash buyers. Examine Our iCdne of Odorless Refrigerators, Baby Car riages, Etc, Etc. H. IYI. Mi ller & Son. THE CHANCE OF YOUR LIFE! A few slightly damaged AYan fels at one-half price. 'T:ome“quick.' IRON FENCING. MONUMENTAL WORK Brunswick Marble and Granite Works, HEED E. T.aMA MCE, Proprietor. Livery —..- Draying P AND . Stinoies. and teed Sale Morris & Lee, Mansfield Street. Old Street Car Stabi es. IN SUMMER—— The average individual seeks refreshing bev erages. We have these tempters to offer: Assorted Fruit Syrups, per bottle ™p Imperial Lemon Juice, per lmttlc /Hit* Montserrat Lime Juice, per bottle 4|k Mott’s Carbonated Sweet Cider, per bottle c * t n Hire’s Improved Root Beer Extract, per bottle Carbonated Root Beer Everything in Groceries. KEANY & BAILEY. GROCERS, Telephone No. 11. 312 Newcastle Street.