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wholesome and delicious. fjm &AklNo POWDER Absolutely Pur© ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. Pursued By a Mob. Cussetta, Ga., July 21. —The negro who assaulted J. R. Carroll was cap tured at Midland yesterday morning and brought here by the sheriff last night, who was pursued by a mob from Columbus several miles. The sheriff left the road and took to the woods with the piisoner and escaped. He left this morning for a distant county with the prisoner for safety. Carroll is improving. Got It Cheap. Atlanta, July 21. —The property of the Georgia Mining and Investment company, consisting of coal and iron mines in North Georgia, was sold at receiver’s sale today. It was bid in by Clifford L. Anderson, representing the certificate holders, for *24,805. The estimated value of the property is * 1,000,000. Hanna Will Help. Washington, July 21. Senator Hanna expresses great sympathy for the miners and is doing all he can to bring about a speedy settlement. He said today that the president had not received a request to act and would probably decide on this matter when such a request was received. Good for Osborne. Washington, July 21.—8 y the resto ration of the consul fee system, which was largely discontinued byex-Secre tary Olney’s reform methods, the ac tion of President McKinley makes William McKinley Osborne’s salary $15,000 a year. Derailed at a Switoh. Araericus, July 21.—A passenger train on the Georgia and Alabama road was derailed at a switch here this morning. Four cars were wrecked, but no one was seriously hurt. Lynohing Probable. Macon, July 21.—Kutnors are rife t onight that Oscar Williams will be lynched when he starts to Henry Many strange men have been seen about the jail. Johnson’s Chill and Fe ver Tonic is a ONE-DAY Cure. It cures the most stubborn case of fever in 24 Hours. Great slaughter sale of shoes at 11. FI. Taylor & Co’s. v!< /V A full line of white duck coats. Sizes from to4o. White canvas belts and crash belts. Another shipment of our crash Alpine hats and crash flat top hats. Call and get one. x — .. LEVY’S —— FATHER GETS THE CHILD. Judge Sweat Renders Hie Decision in the Habeas Corpus Case. Judge Sweat rendered his decision in the habeas corpus case of Mrs. A. F. Franklin vs. M. J. Carswell yester day. He awarded the custody of little Owen Franklin Carswell to his father, the defendant in the proceeding, and the little fellow will have to leave his loving grandmother and make his home in Waycross. Mr. Carswell has expressed his willingness, however, to allow the child to visit his grand parents as often as they wish it. Mrs. Franklin will probably carry the case to the supreme court. The following is the vital portion of Judge Sweat’s decision: In the case at bar, in view of the conflicting claims and contentions be tween the parties, and in view of the doubt which must exist upon the facts as to their real purpose and intention in reference to the disposition of the child Owen, waiving every other ques tion and consideration in the case, it would appear to be the manifest duty of the court not to deprive the fa ther of his legal parental control and j custody of the child by transferring the same to the grandmother, but per mitting it to remain with him. Mrs. Franklin is not robust and is shown to be 56 years of age, and her husband, A.F. Franklin, 60 years, Mr. Cars well is 31, healthy and vigorous, sol vent and with fair prospects for the future. Both Mrs. Franklin and Mr. Carswell, the parties to this case, are shown to be of high character and proper persons to have the custody and rearing of Owen. They both love him devotedly, and he reciprocates their affection. Under these circumstances, with Owen having his home with his father during his minority, where he can properly maintain and educate him, and have him under his parental con trol, the rights of the father would be regarded and the welfare of the child preserved, and at the same time the loving and affectionate grandmother be permitted to see him as often as she chooses. It is the judgment of the court that the legal custody and control of the child, Owen Franklin Carswell, dur ing his minority, remain with the father, Matthew J. Carswell, and that the prayer of petitioner, Mrs. Allie G. Franklin, that the same be awarded to her, be denied and refused. Can Talk Now. The Bell Telephone company’s long distance line has befen connected, and is now in excellent working order. Judge D. J. Dillon held a conversa tion yesterday with his son, Frank B. Dillon, who is in Jacksonville. Sub scribers to the local system of the company can have their 'phones con nected with the long distance wire, and converse with persons in other towns without leaving their places of business. Conversations were also held by Judge Whitfield and Mr. E. F. Coney with Jacksonville parties yesterday. The line will be formally opened on Saturday. Bicycle Races Today. The bicycle and foot races will oc cur this afternoon at Windsor Park, in accordance with the program pre viously published. Messrs. J. A. Montgomery and J. H. Polhill will be the judges and Mr. Rodgers referee. V aluable prizes are otfered. Big cut in prices of shoes at H. E Taylor & Co’s. Officers Eleoted. The Grand Council of the American Legion of Honor of Georgia elected the following officers at a meeting held on St. Simon yesterday : J. W. Dillon, G. C.; L. Joerger, U. C. G.; Fierce Hobart, G. S.; S. Hymes, G. TANARUS.; J. O. Perry, G. O. “For three years ve have never been without Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhiva Remedy in the house,” says A. H. Fatter, with E. C. Atkins A Co.,lndianapolis, Ind., “and my wife would as soon think of being without dour as a bottle of this Remedy in the summer season. We have used it with all three of our children and it has never failed to cure—cot simply stop pain, but cure absolutely. It is all right, and anyone who tries it will find it so.” For sale by druggst. THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, UA., THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 1897. CITY ITEMS. Local Happenings That Are Too Short for Heads. Walter Wheatley went to St. Simon yesterday. Burr Winton, ot this city, is play ing with Mott’s band. Miss Lillie Dure, of Macon, is the charming guest of Mrs. Ed Tupper. The tug Dandy carried a large ex cursion to St. Simon from Darien yes terday. “Everybody in Waycross is going to St. Simon next Sunday”, says the Herald. The city council meets today. The bicycle ordinance will come up for passage. Miss Emmie Scarlett is spending a week at St. Simon, the guest of Mrs. F. M. Scarlett. Lieut. Gillion, of the Waycross Ri fles, could not come with his company, but will join it today. Solicitor General John W. Bennett and wife arrived yesterday from Way cross and went to St. Simon. The families of Messrs. J. N. Horne and A. H. Kemp are located in the Milliken cottage, Waycross colony, St. Simon. General Agent C. L. Candler, of the Southern, accompanied by Mrs. Can dler, has gone to New York and the Thousand Islands, to spend a month. Capt. I. L, Peckham, formerly light house keeper at St, Simon, was strick en with paralysis while at work in bis field at St. Simon last Saturday. His recovery is doubtful. Mr. C. L. Elliot received a telegram yesterday from his son, Cargyle, stat ing that he had arrived safely at Bos ton, after a pleasant passage of eleven days on the schooner Frank W. Howe. The body of Will Brunswick, the negro drowned Monday night, was found yesterday morning by a fisherman in Turtle river. Coroner Jennings deemed it unnecessary to hold an inquest as the body was readily identified. Ladies and gentlemen’s shoes at low prices at H.E. Taylor & Co’s. Carter’s Report. Capt. O. M. Carter has made a re port to the war department of the work done by him in this harbor. He shows that, by dredging, 69,683 yards of material have been removed, and that the training wall, or jetty, is in good condition, although some settle ment has taken place. Elberta peaches, oanned in Georgia. They are tine. /sk your grocer for them. Ml 111 111 Under this head advertisements will be inserted for one cent a word for the lirst in sertion. and for every Insertion thereafter at the rnte of half a cent a wold. No ad vertisement will be taken for less than ten cents. Cash In advance Invariably re quired for all advertisements In this col umn. LOST. Lost— Sunday morning, het ween 204 London street and 508 Albemarle street one pair ot spectacles, gold plated, in case. Reward if returned to Miss M . C. Plain, 204 London street. FOR RENT—HOUSE*S. IjWIK RENT—THE B UIC lv STOmTonFoG IT?- thorpe street formerly occupied as a bar room by J. Markowitz. Apply toN. Emanuel. IAOR RENT-RESIDENCE, WITH LARGE J. yard and fruit trees, admirably situated corner George and Albany streets. Possession given either at once or on July 1. Apply to E. D. Lambright. FOR SALE. SMALL 12-HORSE POWER STEAMBOAT for sale; 38 feet long; draft 4 1-2 feet; just passed government inspection; cheap lor casli Address, Sporting John, Box 244, Savannah, Ga. je24-eod-lw NOTICE TO THE PUBUC. State op Georgia, > County of Glynn, f Notice is hereby given to the public that an election will be held throughout said countv at the various election precincts established by law in said county, on the twenty-seventh day of August. 1807, to determine the question whether or not forty (40) bonds of said county of the par value of one thousand ($1,000) dollars each, ag gregating a total of forty thousand ($10,000) dol lars, shall be issued by the authorities of said county for the purpose of erecting and furnish ing a suitable court house building in said county for the use of the superior, city and other courts of said county and for the use of the officials of said county. Said bonds to bear date September llrst. (Ist) 1807, to bear live (5) per cent interest per annum from date of issue; thirteen hundred and thirty-three dollars and thirty-three cents (.$I:>:i) of the principal to be paid off annually, one thousand ($1,000) dol lars interesi to be paid semi-annually, making a total o 7 two thousand ($2,000) dollars interest to be paid annually, an;..he total amount of said bonds, to wit., SIO,OOO. to be Anally paid off and discharged within thirty t3O) years front the date of issue, said bonds to be thirty (80' year bonds. At said election the ballots cast by the voters shall bear the words “For court house bonds” or “Against court house bonds.” .1. S. WUIUHT, Chairman. E. F. CONEY. H. H. HARVEY. Commissioners of Hoads and Revenues. Glynn County, Ga. VICTORIA BLINDS. FOR INSIDE WINDOWS AND FOR VERANDAS. J. B. LEONARD. Office over Wright Building, corner Monk and Grant Streets, SHIPPING REPORT. CORRECTED DAILY BY CATT. OTTO JOHANHIBON WITH E. H. MASON A CO. 'V\A/V\A/VWV\A AAAA^A PORT OF BRUNSWICK, July 20, 1897. ARRIVED. CLEARED. SAILED. in pour. STEAMSHIPS. State of Texas, Am ss, 1328, Risk, New York, Mallory-New York. SHIPS. Rhea, Russ ship, 908, Lundgrist, Porto Praya, Southern Pine Cos. BARKS. Amalia, Sp bk, Roca, Havana, Padrosa. Martinson, Rus bkt, Martinson, Tybee, Downing company. Frida, Nor. bk, 370, Marcussen, Berner ara, Downing company, Maria Louisa, Sp bk, 063, Alonso, Santos, Padrosa, Augustine Kobbe, Am bk, 506, Olivers, New Bedford, Torras —Cape Verdi. Gwendoline, Sp bk, 346, Pinero, Marin, Padrosa. josefa Formosa, Sp bk, 535, Carchs, Ha vana, Torras. Julius Palrn.Sw bk,Boo, Jacobson, Down ing company—Rio. Jessie Stowe, Br bk, 645, Owens, Buenos Ayres, Barbados, Southern Pine company —Sharpness. Maria, Bp bk, 511, Torres, Havana, R Torras. ' George S Homer, Am bk, 1267, Adelaide, via Barbados, Baxter & < 'o—New York. Cornelia, Dutch bk, 654, Stamwitz, Rio via Tybee, Downing Cos. Avonport. Br bk, 909, Doyle, Rosario via Barbadoes—Queenstown. BRIGS. Sullivan, Am bg, 295, Allen, Providence, Hilton-Dodge—Cape Verdi. Isabel, Sp bg, 215, Bonet, Cienfucgos, Padrosa. Virgenes, Sp bg, 225, St. Jago, Torras — Santa Cruz. Fe, Sp brg, 241, Senti, Nuevitas. B Pa drosa. SCHOONERS. Thelma, Am schr, Cummings, Boston, Soutnrrn Pine company—Boston. Penobscot, Am. schr, 344, Dodge, Ponce. Dora Matthews, Am. schr, 373, Brown, New York, Hirsh & Cos. Wm. H. Sumner, Am schr, 543, Pendle ton, New York. N. Gregertsen. Almeda Wif'ey. Am schr, 493, Dodge, New York, Hilton-Dodge—New York. Robert McFarland, Am schr, 545, Mont gomery, Noank, McCullough—Noank. Mary L, Crosby, Am schr, 463, Trimm. New York, Hilton Dodge—New York, H. B. Homan, Br schr, 299, McNeil, New York,Hirsch & Co.—St. Johns. Nimrod, Am schr, 257, Green, New Y’ork, Hirsch & Cos. —New London. General Adelbert Ames, Am schr, 552, Small, Boston, Hirsch & Co.—Boston. Isabella Gill, Am schr, 525, Collison, Baltimore, Southern Pine company— Kingston. RECAPITULATION. Steamships, 1: Ships, 1: Barks, 13; Brigs, 4; Schooners, .1. Total, 30. Ship Notices. Neither the owner, master nor consignee of the Norwegian bark Frida is responsible for any debts contracted bv the crew. K ASM US SEN, Master, Neither the owner, master nor consignee of the Russian barkentine Martinson is responsible for any debts contracted bv the crew. MAitTINSON, Master. Dollars saved by H. E. Taylor & Cos., when buying shoes. vV vr GARFIELD’S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO, Gloucester St., (Opposite Express Office.) Wort 111 Branches. Copying and Enlarging ol All Kinds. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Va F. ROGOWIN, 201 Newcastle Street, Citing, Shoes: Hats and Gents’ Fmisliags.^^ Having moved from our old stand and wishing to make room for new goods we are selling at cost. Call and See Us Before Buying. Souvenir Spoons. In fact everything in the jewelry line you will find in our store. Repairing, Engraving | Manufacturing a Specialty. Kennon flott, The Jeweler, 215 Newcastle St. F.xaminer of watches for the Southern railway. Tune daily at 11 o’cloock from Washington. AVIIEN YOUR XjAuil the Steak is Gootlßß You may be sure that it came from HONOR IS CHARLES \ T STF AI" BAUMGARTNER & Cos. ■**■-*■ -l UxVIV. Western meats from Swift. GAME IN SEASON, FINEST SAUSAGE, -= HAMS, BREAKFAST BACON. 305 Grant Street, and 213 j Newcastle. 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, REED E. T.siMANCE, Proprietor. J. M, Madhen, A. 11. Lane, .15. Cook, W. Ntssbaum, 1 resident. Vice-President. Cashier. Asst. Cashier. THE MERCHANTS &TRADERSBANK OF BRUNSWICK. ®APITAL, *IOO,OOO. *0 SURPLUS, *IO,OOO. DIRECTORS: James L. Foster, J. B. Wright, C. D. Ogg, M. Kaiser, Moses Isaac, A. 11. Lane, J. M. Madden, A. G. P. Dodge, jr. . Accounts of All Solvent Institutions Arc Soliiited. 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 | he Rational Elank of Brunswick CASH CAPITAL $150,000- Deals Liberally With Its Faults 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 J uiee, 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 <fc BAILEY, GROCERS, Telephone No. 11. 312 Newcastle 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 B ran r"*sFi?eetst ~ Brunswick, Ga.