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wholesome and delicious. mi &4KINO POWDER Absolutely Pur© ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. Advertised Letter List. The following is a list of letters re maining in the postollice at Bruns wick unclaimed, for the week ending July 3,15C7: A—Ned Anderson. B—John P. Brown, Tom Bimfort, Ida Benjamin. C—Rev. Leon Caisse, J .M. Camp bell, John Carr, Miss Lillie M. Car re on. D—O. H. Dorsett (2). G—Miss L. M. Graham, Miss E. L. Graw, Mrs. Sarah Gule, F. E. Gar field (2). H—George Ilill, Mrs. Dork Iloleson dom. J—Miss Minnie Jones, Jerry John son . M—Master John Morris, Charley Miles, Msroclin Moragas. P—Mrs. Margarette Pressly, Mrs. Matilda Pinkney, John Pendy. R—Miss May Robinson. S—G. W. Smith, Chas. E. Sears. T—John L. Treet. V—Mathew Yalian. vv—M. Walker. Parties calling for any of the above will please say they were advertised, and pay one cent for each letter claimed. W. F. Symons, P. M. Ladies French Oxford ties at manu facturers prices at H. E. Taylor & Co’e. “Dixie” a Mover The gasoline launch Dixie is the latest addition to Brunswiok’s harbor fleet. The Dixie was built and fitted up here by the Kennedy brothers She is twenty-two feet long, and is constructed on the latest improved model. On her trial trip, Sunday, the Dixie surprised even her builders. She is claimed to be the fastest yacht between Brunswick and Key West. Johnson’s Chill and Fe ver Tonic is a ONE-DAY Cure. It cures the most stubborn case of fever in 24 Hours. Colorado Laid Up. The State of Texas made the Mallory line’s voyage from New York this week in place of the Colorado, which is laid up at New York for repairs to her cylinders. K : sk and Purser Witt and the Colorado’s crew came on the State of Texas. Elberta peaches, canned in Georgia. They are fine. Ask your grocer for them. Everybody knows a good shirt when he sees it. Our $1.50 and $1.75 MANHATTAN SHIRTS Going now at $1.35. Best made. " —. LEVY’S—^ HOT WEATHER DYSPEPSIA. Thousands Suffer from It at This Season of the Year. Hot weather dyspepsia may be recognized by the followins symp toms: Depression of spirits, heavi ness and pain in the stomach after meals, loss of ,flesh and appetite, no desire for food, had taste in the mouth, especially in the morning; wind in stomach and bowels, irritable dispos ition, nervous weakness, weariness, oostiveness, headache, palpitation, heartburn. It is a mistake to treat such troubles with “tonics”, “blood purifiers”, “cathartics”, “pills”, be cause the whole trouble is in the stomach. It is indigestion or dys pepsia and nothing else. All these symptoms rapidly disap pear when the stomach is relieved strengthened, and cleansed by Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets. They should be taken after meals and a few carried in the pocket to be used whenever any pain or.distress is felt in the stomach. They are prepared only for stomach troubles. AStuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets are endorsed by such physicians as Dr. Harlandson, Dr. Jennison, and . Dr. Mayer, because they contain the natural digestive acids and fruit es sences which when taken into the stomach cause the prompt digestion of the food before it has time to fer ment and sour, which is the cause of the mischief. Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets are pleasant to take and unequalled for invalids, children, and every person afflicted with imper f ect digestion. It is safe to say they will cure any form of stomach trouble except cancer of the stomach. Nearly all druggists sell Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets, full sized pack ages at 50 cents. A book on stomach troubles and thousands of testimon ials sent free by addressing Stuart 00., Marshall, Mich. j Cool, air,y rooms for summer board ers at the Pennick house. LADY WANTS TO KNOW. She Asks Certain Questions Touching the Seacoast. Mr. Editor:— A timid young man from up the country, who has npver seen a sea side “summer girl,” wants to know if she is of the variety ttiat have the “light hearted” feet he reads of in the newspapers“as keeping time to the music of the hotel orchestra.” And if they carry their hearts in their feet. And if.they are the kind that give a fellow a “marble heart.” He says lie lias often heard girls had cold feet. A girl from some place says she saw in one of our city pfpers some time ago that the “beach was alive with dead fish,” and wants to know if it’s that way now. That she is awfully fond of fishing and would dearly love to come down and gather a good big string without having to baodle the naßty, wriggling live ones, taking them oil the hook. And she wants to know if the turtle Mr. Mock caught is the kind they make “mock” turtle soup of. Gab Rik Ei.lk. Take JOHNSON'S CHILL & FEVER Douglas Here. Col. Hamilton Douglas, supreme representative of the Knights of Py thias, reached the city yesterday, and, at the lodge rooms last night, exem plified the secret work and installed the officers of Rathbor.e and Ogle thorpe lodges. The meeting was largely attended by the Pythians. Died From a Burn. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Edwards died on Saturday, from the effects of a born received on last Wednesday. The little fellow’s suf ferings were so terrible that death came as a relief. The funeral occurred from Taylor’s chapel on Sunday. Superior Court. Judge Sweat called a special of Glynn Superior court yesterday morning, for calling the motion and appearance dockets. The session will probably continue through tho week. Card of Thanks. 1 desire to return especial thanks to the families of Judge Dillon and Dr. MeCaskili for kindnesses extended during the illness of n>y child at St. Simon. K. E. Walhkr. THE TIMES:' BRUNSWICK, UA„ TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1897. • CITY ITEMS. Local Happenings That Are Too Short for Heads. Albert M. Smith has returned from Atlanta. The county commissioners will hold their regular meeting today. Mr. W. H. Lytle is the latest ac quisition to the Marine band. The pilotboat Gracie went out on the ocean station yesterday, relieving the Telegram. Two hundred jolly Homans are ex pected in the city this morning en route to Cumberland. The excursion is under the auspices of the volunteer lire companies of Rome. Col. Powell and daughter, of Da rien, were in the city yesterday. Col. Powell is a prominent Knight of Pythias and participated in the meet ing of the lodge last night. Col. Parry Lee, proprietor and pub lisher of the Argus, of Jackson, (-a., was in the city yesterday, and gave The Times a pleasant call. Col. Lee is publishing a very interesting paper, and highly complimented The Times on the excellence of its Midsummer Issue, Every merchant in Georgia is in vited to ask the Downing company for prices or groceries and feed. PETITION FOR INCORPORATION. . fTATK of Georgia, [ County of Glynn. \ To the superior court of said county: Tobias Newman, A. 11. Lane, Jacob Michel - son, J. H. Tankersley and A. E. Eve present this, their petition for incorporation, and there upon allege as follows: First. Each of your petitioners is a resident of said county and state and entitled to all the rights of citizenship. Second. Your petitioners desire that them selves and such other persons as may hereafter be associated . with them in that behalf, and their successors and assigns, be incorpoiated and become a body politic by the laws of said state, under the corporate name of the ‘*J. Michel sou company,” and for the purposes, with the powers, ana to be governed us hereinafter mentioned. Third. Your petitioners allege*and desire that the particular business which said corporation .shall transact, and which petitioners propose for themselves and their associates and success ors to carry on. engage in and do, under said corporate name, and the object of their associa tion is merchandising at wholesale and retail dealers in dry goods, gentlemen’s furnishings, boots and shoes, fancy goods and general mer chandise, in the buying and selling, barter and exchange, for profit and pecuniary gain to themselves, of all such articles, wares and mer chandise, of every character and nature, which are sold or kept for sale at retail or wholesale, by city or country dry goods, gentlemen’s fur nishings, boots and shoes and general merchan dise merchants, and with power to said corpor ation to act as commission merchant, factor, broker, warehouseman or agent in any of the lines of business aforesaid, for profit, hire or commission. Fourth. Your petitioners allege and desire that the capital stock of said corporation shall be ten thousand [slo,oool dollars, divided into shares of one hundred Lsloo] dollars each, which is ready to be paid in immediately upon the grant and acceptance of the charter as prayed for hereby, and the opening of subscription books and organization of the company under it; with the right, however, to the shareholders, at any time or times and from time to time alter its organization, at any meeting duly called for the purpose, on a vote of three-fourths Lo-4] of the capital stock at that time, to raise the capi tal stock from time to time to an amount not exceeding finally one hundred thousand [sloo,- 000 J dollars. Fifth. The domicile of said corporation shall be Glynn county, Georgia, and its chief office and place of business shall be in the city of Brunswick therein. Sixth. Petitioners desire that said corporation shall, saving as herein otherwise requested to be provided to the contrary, be governed by a board of three [SI] directors, selected by the sharehold ers, one of whom shall be chosen president, an other of whom shall be secretary of said cor poration; the selection of president and secre tary to be made by the shareholders at the time of electing directors, and said board of directors shall meet regularly on the first Mondays in January and July of each year. The sharehold ers, after their first meeting and organization under the charter, which they may fix when it is granted, shall meet regularly on the first Monday in January of each year; but the pres ident may at any time call a directors or share holders meeting. The stockholders shall elect at the time of organization under the charter, and at each annual meeting thereafter, some person who shall act as general manager of said corporation, and who in the matter of purchase and sale of goods, receipt and disbursement of money, and the ordinary and usual conduct of the business, shall have the management of the same and the supervision and control of all em ployes engaged by the company, and shall also ue the treasurer of said corporation, and his term of office and pay shall be fixed and regu lated by the by-laws of the company. Seventh. Said corporation shall have power and authority to make and enfofce by-laws for the government of its members and directors, and the creation and government of officers, ser vants and agents when not in conllict with its charter or the laws of the land. Eighth. Said corporation may contract and he contracted with, sue ami be sued, plead and be impleaded, and exercise generally all the powers which belong to a corporation under the law, and which are not hereby sought to be abridged, or which shall not be by its charter, when granted, denied; and to have, for the au thentication of its acts required to be under seal, a common seal, the impression whereof shall be the corporate name. Ninth. Petitioners ask that said corporation be empowered to have and to hold all real es tate and pertonal property, aside from its stock in trade, which may be necessary for it to own in connection with’and for tke successful opera lion of its business, including buildings and sites, audio accept any such real or personal property in payment, or on account of debts due it,or buy the same outright, as may seem best to its board of directors. Tenth. Petitioners ask that said corporation may have powqr and authority, on a vote of the shareholders, to issue bonds to an amount not to exceed fifty [2o] per cent, of its capital stock actually subscribed and paid in, ami to secure the same by mortgage or deed of trust upon any or all of its property. Eleventh. Your petitioners request that said corporation may have power, from time to time, to borrow money for the purpose of car rying on its established business, and to secure tiie >anie by mortgage or other lawful means of securing debt when necessary. Twelve. T* at said corporation may have power to receive in payment for stock sub script ions real or personal property necessary or useful in th'e operation of its business. Thirteenth. Your petitioners desire that they and their associates, sue essors and assigns, be incorporated and have succession as a body politic under said corporate name, and with the corporate powers, privileges and duties herein before set out, for the term of twenty [2o] years from the grant of such charter as hereby prayed for. W hereupon vour petitioners pray that upon the due record of this petition in the clerk's of fice of this court, and the due publication there of according to law, that an order may be granted allowing the prayers of this petition, and uicorpoi ating your petitioners, their asso ciates, successors aud assigns under the name, ami for the term, and for the powers, privi leges, etc., as hereinbefote alleged. COUNT LAND BYMMEB, Petitioners’ Attorney. Original tiled in office June 9, 1897. J. C. LEHMAN, Deputy Clerk Superior Court, Glynn County, Georgia. I, John C. Lehman, deputy clerk superior court, Glynn county, Ga . certify that the fore going is a true copy of the application of To bias Newman and others for charter, of record in this office, and tiled this day. Witness my hand and official seal and signa ture upon Hits the Otli day of June. 1897. J. C LEHMAN, Deputv Clerk Superior Court, Glynn County. Georgia. GARFIELD'S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO, Gloucester St., (Opposite Express Office.) Work In </Hts Brandies. Copying and Enlarging of All Kinds. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. VICTORIA BLINDS. FOR INSIDE WINDOWS AND FOR VERANDAS. J. B. LEONARD, Office over Wright Building, corner Monk-and Grant Streets. J. B. Leonard, Architect, Contractor and Builder. Con tractor tor Artesian Wells’ Plans, specifications and estimates made for brick, stuae or wooden buildings on short notice. CHARGES MODERATE. Brunswick, Ga, Oliiee in \Vright Building, corner Grant and Mo il, Street. Telephone 37(i. NOTiCE TO THE t- JBLIC. State op Georgia. i County of Glynn. j Notice is hereby given to the public that an election will be held throughout said county at the various election precincts established by law in said county,on the sixth (6th) day o'l .July, ISH7, to determine the nuestion whether or not forty (TO) bonds of said county of the par value of one thousand ($1,000) dollurs each, ag gregating a total of forty thousand <$J0, 000) dol lars. shall he issued by the authorities of said county for the purpose of erecting and furnish ing a suitable court house building in said county for the use of the superior, eity and other courts of said county and for the use of the oflicials.of said county. Said bonds to hear date September first, (Ist) 18SI7, to hear live (5) per cent interest per annum from date of issue; thirteen hundred and thirty-three dollars and thirty-three cents (sl, <,!' the principal to he paid off annually, one thousand ($1, 0(H)) dol lars in iciest to be paid semi-annually, making a total of two thousand ($2,000) dollars interest to be paid annually, and the total amount of said bonds, to wit., SIO,OOO, to be finally paid off and discharged within thirty UM) years from the date of issue, said bonds to lie tnirty (60) year bonds. At said election the ballots east by the voters shall bear the words “lor court house bonds” or "Against court house bonds.” .)AMES S. WRIGHT. Chairman. E. F. CONEY, H. H. HARVEY, Commissioners of Roads and Revenues of Glynn county, Ga. CITATION. Statk of Georgia, 1 (tlynx County. j A\ heroas, James S. \\ right, as administrator upon the estate of John M. Tison, jr., deceased, has petitioned this court to resign ins trust, and as stated therein that Mrs. Kolia Danforth is a suitable person,qualified,entitled to and willing to accept the trust, and that the next of kin of the intestate John M. Tison, jr., deceased, are Mrs. Kolia Danforth. W illiam Jones Tison, Dol lie Tison, John M. Tison and .Alumford Tison. This is, therefore, to cite Mrs. Kolia Danforth, ns the person named in said petition, as a suit able person, qualified, entitled and willing to accept the trust, ami also the next of kin of the intestate John M. Tison, jr.,deceased, to wit; Mrs. Kolia Danforth, William Jones Tison. Dol lie Tison, John M. Tison and Mumford Tison, to he and appear at the next term of the ordinary’s court, which convenes on the first Monday in July, 1897, to show cause why an order should not be granted allowing the said James S. Wright to resign his trust and appoint Mrs. Kolia Danforth as administratrix in his stead Given under my hand and oilieial seal this 7th day of June, 1897. .. HORACE I>ART, Ordinary, Glynn county, Georgia. To all whom it may concern: Motive is hereby given that the apprnh ers ap pointed by this court to sot aside a year’s sup "ort for Mrs. Mai y 8. Lloyd, widow of C. Si. Lloyd, deceased, did make their report to me on the Bid dav of duly, A. D. lsiif, which said ret in n is of file in tins oilice. and acts aside the sum of two thousand six hundred dollars, |S->- 6(o] in money in full for all the claims ot the said Mary S. Llovd for a year’s support against the estate of C. B. Llovd, de ceased, and which sum is to he paid by the ad ministratrix of said estate unto- the said Mary 8. Lloyd. This is, therefore, to cite all person's concerned to show cause at the August term of the court of ordinary why said application for twelve months’ support should not he granted, and that the report of the appraisers setiing apart said twelve months' support should not he confirmed. In open eouit, this sth day of July, IMI7. Ho It AC K DAKT, Ordinary Glynn County, Georgia. Chinese Store Burned. The store of Mou Yuen, the Chinese grocer, on South Bay street, was de stroyed by tire last night between 10 and 11 o’clock. The tire is believed to be of incendiary origin. Rob Roy flour is leading all others Why? Because it is the best. A liberal price will be paid at this office for the delivery of any or all of the following issues of Thk Times- June 23; August ti, 8,24; September 13 AprTi ; H&L r2 ’ 4 ’ 5 ’ *•***•“ We Are Headquarters For any and everything in the jewelry line and as we are practical opticians we can tit your eyes to glasses cor rectly. We make a specialty or repairing, engraving and manufacturing. Prices Low. but Quality is the Best. CAIvIv AXI) LOOK. Kennon flott, The Jeweler, 215 Newcastle St. Examiner of watches for the Southern railway. Time daily at 11 o’clock from Washington. WHI N YOU? ““ A,,<l t,,c steak is Good* " T -*-*■ AJll IvU II You may he sure that it came from HONOR IS ' chari.es——~ A T CTU Al' BAUMGARTNER & Cos. At O 1 IjAIY Western meats from Swift. GAME IN SEASON, FINEST SAUSAGE, HAMS, BREAKFAST BACON. 305 Grant Street, and 213 Newcastle. * -A 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, KTCED E. LaMANCE, Proprietor* J. M, Madden’, a. If. Lane, . 15. ( ook w . nfpsbaum. 1 resident- Vice-Presiuent. Cashier. Asst. Cashier. MERCHANTS 5: TRADERS BANK OF BRUNSWICK. CAUITAL, *lOO,OOO. SURPLUS, *10,0(10. DIRECTORS: James L. Foster, .T. B. l\ right, C. D.Ogg, M. Raise-, Moses Isaac, A. H Lane, J. M. Madden, A. o. I*. Dodge, jr. , . . Accounts of All Solvent Institutions Are Muted, A Savings Department Is Maintained in This Bank and Accounts of Women and Minors Are Solicited. C. DOWNING, President. E. D. WALTER, Cashier. E H. MASON, Vice President The National °f |3 runsw ick CASH CAPITAL $150,000- Deals Liberally Willi Its and friends BURGLAR PROOF SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT IN SUMMER-*— The average individual seeks refreshing bev erages. We have these tempters to offer: Assorted Fruit Syrups, per bottle 25c Imperial Lemon Juice, per bottle 40c Montserrat Lime Juice, per bottle 40c Mott’s Carbonated Sweet Cider, per bottle 25c Hire’s Improved Root Beer Extract, per bottle 25c Carbonated Root Beer 15c Everything in Groceries. KEANY & BAILEY, GROCERS, Telephone No. 11. 312 Newcasile Street. 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. J. J. LISSNER. —WHOLESALE— Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions. Grain, Hay and Bran A Specialty. io4 gran T T sueets! - Brunswick, Ga.