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file Brunswick Times. EVERY MORNING BUT MONDAY. Brunswick. Publishing Company, Pub lishers and Managers. OFFICE 1 In Og'eCTmrpe Block, F Street. I SO 31. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Delivered bv Mail or Carrier. One copy, one year $3 CO One copy, six months 2 50 One copy, three months 125 One copy, one month 5o One copy, one week 15 Sunday Edition, 8 pageg, per year 1 00 Ten per cent, discount on all subset iptions when paid in advance. - Correspondence on live and clean subjects is solicited. Address all communications to Tun MohninO Times, Brunswick, Ga, Official Organ of the City of Bruns wick and County of Glynn, TO SUBSCRIBERS : Subscribers are requested to notify the oflice when they fail to get any issue of Tub Times. Attention to this matter will be appreciated by the management. Advertising rates will lie furnished on ap plication. Orders to discontinue subscriptions amllad vertisements must lie in writing. Knowledge is advancing. The Forum has raised the price of its sin gle numbers to 35 cents. Senator Wellington ought to dis close the identity of “that creature”. These thrusts in the dark seldom re sult in good. Tifton’b great Empire Garden Mid summer Fair opens on July 7. The editor of The Times ackmawledges the receipt of a season ticket from W. IT. Love, manager of gates and privileges. To anyone who doubts that the sun is getting closer to us, there ought to be much convincing proof in the sol emn statement of a Brunswick young man that he got sunburned be fore daylight a few mornings since. Mrs. Nack, the New York woman accused of butchering her lover, finds herself in a very conspicuous position. One big newspaper is spending money lavishly to convict her, and another offers SIO,OOO to be used in her defense. Atlanta is making a frantic effort to trot out a gubernatorial candidate. General John B. Gordon, who hasn’t the remotest idea of applying for the position, is the latest to be “men tioned” by tlie grab-alls of the Gate City. All of Rome that can buy railroad tickets will descend upon the sea coast Tuesday morning. The turtles are paddling into open sea in terror, the “tigers” have opened both eyes in anticipation, and the waves are ac quiring prettier crests of foaiu. HEAT AND HAPPINESS The average man and woman, prone to narrow view, have talked of little else the past few weeks but the weather and its most unusual torrid ity. They haven’t stopped to think that every evil has its heaven-sent recompense, and that for every ill in life kind nature supplies a corre sponding benefit. It is hot—but you don’t have to pay a fuel bill, and the demands of fash ion that call for heavy and expensive clothing in December, are satisfied with abbreviated and airy fabrics in July. Ice is cheaper than coal, and the white duck negligee costs less than the cassimere frock. The sun fairly blisters you—hut the luscious watermelons are ripening in a thousand Georgia fields and in a thousand Georgia orchards the limbs of the trees are bending with their loads of delicious fruits. It is unusually warm—but all along the Georgia coast there are breezy beaches where the summer days are never uncomfortable and where all the coolness and delight of the ocean can be had at a pin’s fee. Then why complain? Study every evil in the light of the blessings that it is sure to bring, and the world will be all the brighter, and life become one “grand, sweet song". OIS\PP6INf£D PATRIOTS. The announcement of Postmaster UenefSl Gary that negroes will not be appointed to important postoffices is a crushing blow to those colored aspir ants who, since the republican renais sance, have gloated, hungry eyed, on public places of little labor and fat perquisite. What a cruel stab to Lyons whose wind-filled bladder of ambition has proven such an alarming portent to staid Augusta; and what a disap pointment to “Kurnel” Pink Morton at whose one-time brilliant prospects, the classic shades of Athens bristled with Anglo- Saxon protest! Does it not also cause Savanaah to give vent to a sigh of relief, in the hope that the ultimatum of the master of the mails inay apply with equal force to the department of the Treasury? ' And will not Pledger, Deveaux et al. at once change the pur pose of their prayers, and crave, in stead of Georgia patronage, presiden tial billets to remote consulships over the sea? Verily it is time for the colored con tingent to bestir itself, lest the lim ited lease of their beloved party upon the public plum tree expire and find them empty-handed aud unbefriend ed. With their bravest champion chat tering Mongoiese and riding in jin rikishas through regions Japanesque, evil days have fallen upon the hope ful Afro-Republicans and their pap seeking leaders. THE ISSUE ON TUESDAY- The election for courthouse bonds on next 'Tuesday presents the most important local issue that the voters of this city and county have beeD called upon to decide in many a year. Outside of the question of the abso lute necessity of providing proper ac commodations for the county officers and a safe repository for the county records, there is another question, in providing for this necessity, between a good method and a bad method, an easy method and a method of hard ship. Enough has been published in The Times to persuade a reasonable man that tile, issuance of bonds is the best, the least burdensome of the two plans of raising the required money. Tiik Times knows that there are men in Brunswick, as in all other communi ties, that sneer at ail public schemes as private “snaps”- men who,through some defect in their mental make-up are incapable of seeing beyond a cer tain limited horizon of selfishness and suspicion. If these citizens, many of whom, their energies properly di rected, could be of great service to the community, would make a su preme effort, shake off the chrysalis, and wake up to the significance of tlie newer and brighter day that is dawn ing all about us at this century’s end, Brunswick would be greatly bene fited, and among us tlie discordant undertone of the “croaker” would be heard no more forever. Arise to the importance of the ques tion by the morning of Tuesday, ami vote for this great public improve ment—laudable because necessary, and imperative because it cannot be postponed. SUNDAY THOUGHTS. 1 1*roni Canon Kamir's Year hook.] If we desire Heaven, we must seek it here. If we love Heaven we must love it now. I‘iit away the love of money, ask God to give you Ins true riches. I’ut away selfishness and ask God to give you the spirit of His holy love. Put away lying and be sincere. Put away conceit and in tlie ashes of you self abasement tiearouml you the sackcloth of humility, so shall you be gin to know what Heaven is. So shall you begin to have a foretaste of its happiness even amid the sorrows of earth. So shall there be in your own hearts, amid all darkness, a circle of radiant peace. Oh you shall need the aid of no symbols for you will think of Heaven, not as some meadow of As phodel beside the crystal waters, or golden city in the far off blue, hut as an extension, as a development, as an undisturbed continuance of right eousness and peace and joy in believ ing: you shall know that whatever else it be or mean, Heaven means ho liness. “Heaven means principle.” Heaven means to lie at one with God.i THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK. GA., SUNDAY MORNING, JUIV 4, ml. Opinions of the State Press. A Hot Member. Athens Banner—The Midsummer Issue of The Brunswick Times was a hot member. Spread Itself. Jacksonville Metropolis--The Bruns wick Times spread itself Sunday by issuing a 20-page illustrated edition. Highly Creditable. Savannah Press—The 20-page Mid summer Issue of The Brunswick Times is highly creditable to the paper and city. Unusual Enterprise. Waycross Journal—The 20-page Midsummer Edition of The Bruns wick Times is a gem. It shows unusual enterprise these hot days. A Magnificent One- Rome Argus—The Midsummer Issue of The Brunswick Times was a mag nificent one. It is a credit to tlie brilliant editor and to the City-by-the- Sea. Elegant Issue. Albany Herald—The Brunswick Times has issued an elegant illustrated Midsummer issue as an advertisement of the resources of the city and sur rounding section. Valuable Champion. Savannah News—The Brunswick Times lias issued a handsomely illus trated midsummer special edition. It will prove a valuable champion for the town wherever it goes. Fine One, Indeed. North Georgia Citizen—The Citizen congratulates the Brunswick Times on its Midsummer Edition. It is bound to do Brunswick immense good. The paper is a fine one, indeed. Complete Review. Douglass Breeze—The Midsummer Issue of The Brunswick Times is a complete review of the history, re sources and advantages of Brunswick and Glynn county, well printed. Amazed Admiration. Griffin News—The Brunswick Times has just issued a 20-page Midsummer Edition that fills us with amazed ad miration at the industry of people who could so easily he in the surf at Cum berland or St. Simon. A Gem. Griffin Call —The Brunswick Times’ Midsummer Issue, just from the press, is a gem. It is well illustrated, well edited and is an interesting reflex of Brunswick’s enterprise and business. Great is Brunswick and bully is The Times. Edition de Luxe. Hustler of Rome —The Brunswick Times is out witli its Midsummer Edi tion. Typographically it’s a beauty, but the “de resistance” part is the reading matter—but The Times do “alius” that way. It’s truly an edi tion de luxe. Means a Great Deal. Wayne County News—The Midsum mer Edition of The Brunswick Times was a very handsome and creditable issue. It is a great advertisement of Brunswick and its facilities. As The Times justly remarks, “Brunswick first, last and all the time,” and com ing from The Times, this means a great deal. Center of Paradise. Rome Tribune—The Brunswick Times’ Midsummer Edition was a handsome 20-page paper profusely il lustrated, It pictured Brunswick as tile center of paradise. We congratu late Editor Lambrigbt, who is the youngest editor in the state, on his paper. He is making both Brunswick and himself famous. Metropolitan Attire. Atlanta Commercial—The Midsum mer Issue of The Brunswick Times comes to us in metropolitan attire and is attractive enough to engage the at tention of any table. Brunswick ought certainly to be proud of The Times, and if Brunswick is all that The Tunes pictures it, The Times ought to be proud of Brunswick. Handsome Edition. Americus Herald—The Brunswick Times comes out with a handsome Midsummer Edition of twenty pages profusely illustrated with half tone cuts, showing off Brunswick, her citi zens and her resources to the very best * advantage. It is an elegant piece of work and the management of The Times is to be heartily congratulated. Credit to Larger City. Valdosta Times—The Brunswick Times comes to us this week in 20- page form, handsomely illustrated and contains some good write-ups of Brunswick and her enterprises. The edition would have been a credit to a city much larger than that by the sea and to more pretentious people than those who make The Times. Replete With Interest. Columbus Ledger—The Brunswick Times published on Sunday a mid summer Issue. This special edition contained twenty pages, every one of which was replete with mtere-ti g matter concerning Brunswick and Glynn county. The advantages and enterprises of the City-by-flie Sea were graphically described and hand somely illustrated in the Times’ Mid summer Issue. Distinct Triumph. Augusta News—The Midsummer Is sue of The Times was published last Sunday morning, and a more complete newspaper was never turned out from a press in Georgia. It was handsomely illustrated and contained much read ing matter that was both interesting and instructive. We congratulate the editor and proprietors on their complete triumph in the line of a special edition. - Need More Like The Times. New Orleans Lumber Trade Jour nal—Just as the Journal goes to press it is in receipt of a copy of The Bruns wick Times, of Brunswick, Ga., of June 27. It is one of the handsomest and most complete special issues we have seen for a long time, and can not help but attract attention to its city. The paper is profusely illustrated with scenes of Brunswick and por traits of prominent citizens, besides containing articles of value and in formation on the city, its resources, harbor, commerce, etc. More of such enterprising papers in the south would do much toward its further de velopment. Coming Up to the Big Ones. Jesup Sentinel The Brunswick Times is out in a Midsummer Issue bf twenty pages, embellished with pict ures of its handsome buildings and pn minent men. It also has cuts of scenes on the islands and around Brunswick. All these pictures or cuts are true to art, nature and life and makes one feel who knows these peo ple and places that he is right among the good people and handsome scenes of the Oity-by-the-Sea. The enter prise of The Times in getting out this large issue is to be commended and there is no sort of doubt but what it will add a great deal to Brunswick in advertising it, if the issue is well dis tributed. The Times is a bright pa per and in this Midsummer Issue is coming up to the Constitution and Journal in size and embellishment. A Feat of Enterprise. • Atlanta Constitution—Our enter prising contemporary, The Brunswick Times, is to be congratulated on the brilliant success of its recent trade edition. To say that it reflects in its breezy columns the wide awake spirit of Georgia’s sea girt metropolis is to commend the enterprise displayed by its management in the very highest possible terms. Seldom has a more signal feat of journalism been achieved in this state, and the edition is in every respect worthy of Bruns wick. With twenty pages of care fully prepared and brightly illumi nated matter, the edition presents a handsome typographical appearance and shows that thorough supervision has been employed in its make-up. The Constitution congratulates the management of The Times most hear tily on the success of its trade edition and also felicitates the people of Brunswick on the signs of commercial thrift and prosperity which they evince today in spite of the distress ing conditions through which the country has passed. QUANTITY. m IMS, Founders, Machinist?, Boilermakers and Blacksmiths.^ Saw Mills, Locomotives, Boilers, Engines, Printing Presses, Dynamos, Mo tors, and all kinds of Electrical Machinery neatly and promptly repaired. We will respond to calls on Marine Work At All Times—Night or Day. We will furnish all kinds of supplies and materials for the trade at lowest prices. All our work will be done by first-class mechanics. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 629 Bay St. Engines Dynamos™ 1 ®' 1 RidgWay Brun SWl'ck, Ga. PI fTI TR F ac * e to or^er ‘ Largest and most 1 lG 1 U l\L complete line of blank books and FRAMES school books • SW 11. T. DUNN, 219 Newcastle Street. California Restaurant CHUE HALL, Manager. BEST IN BRUNSWICK—> a?-ORDERS TAKEN FOR O K. LAUNDRY- Coney & Parker, —DEALERS IN COAL AND WOOD, Rosendale and Portland Cements, C< mmon and Facing Brick, Rock Limp, Plaster, Hair. Shingles and Laths, Sewer Pipe, Chimney Flue Pipe and Fittings, lire Brick and F ; re Clay. Telephone 18 *23 BAY STIIEKT 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 EVERT DAY, „ CAPACITY :s<>o HANDS. AUgUSI3 ( U3, a Livery —— Draying and btablGS. and reed bale Morris & Lee, Mansfield Street. Old Street Car Stables. To the Centennial. The Southern railway will sell ex cursion tickets at $12.60 Brunswick to Nashville, Tenn., and return for the Tennessee Centennial, May-November. Rate of $12.60 limited to ten days from date of sale, and other tickets on sale with any limitation desired. Elegant Southern railway trains will be oper ated in special service between Bruns wick and Nashville. ,Travel via South ern railway. GOOD LUCK BAKING POWDER ts THE BEST-3*~ It is not a scheme goods. No needles, pins, spoons or forks are offered to induce people to buy it. When you purchase, a can of Gool> LUCK von get the worth of your money in the highest quality of Baking Powder. MILLIONS OF INTELLIGENT HOUSEKFfPEBS USE AND RECOMMEND IT. For sale by leading wholesale and retail grocers everywhere. W. W. IP ARK, State Agent, Atlanta, Ga. Quinine and other fever medicines take from 5 to 10 days to cure fever. Johnson’s Chill and Fever Tonic cures in ONE DAY. Patent leather shoes at H. E. Tay lor & Go’s. u.OI> COCHIN MAKES tiOOU EATING. MEATS SERVED TO ORDER. GHANT ST.