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f Wsti. FRIEND ft. takes married “ i4 y women through MkfffKw 11 ‘ tf whole Pw'?l "g*tr of pregnancy m safety and com fort. It is used externally and it relaxes the muscles so that there is no dis comfort. It prevents and relieves morning sickness, headache and rising breasts, shortens labor and preserves the mother’s girl- ; ish form. $1 a bottle at druippsis. & MBSSKL \ Send for a Free rf copy of our illus- V j trated booklet ilf : MOTIffR’S FRIEND. : The Bradfield Regulator Cos.. Atlanta, Ga. UfiRIIM’3 10,1 HITHER SEX. PTIUTI O This remedy being in- G“ —— ~ •—~ jeered dieeetly to tlie itifti seat of those diseases O £| ®of the Cieieito-ITrinary /tf Organs, requires no Vv Pjft eliange of diet. Care —gicuranteed in 1 to 3 - days. Small plainpack fs ¥T TSR TPT! aK ‘‘' Uv mai, i.o. t.. £t< io!d only |>y \V. .1. Butts, the; druggist, corner N e worst le and 'Gloucester streets llruriNffick, G'v Moderate prices. Tel eplione 27. I’reecriptious a specially. Womens* MEN Are peculiarly benefited by P. P. P., Lippman’s Great Remedy, the most wonderful Tonic and Blood Cleanser in the world. P. P. P. restores shattered nerves, gives strength and tone to the entire system, revives the worn out, nervous and debilitated You cannot but be nervous if your blood is impure. P. P. P. gives the proper nourishment to the blood, and cures nervous pros tration, debility and nervous liead j.elie. P. P. P. cures that tired, languid, “all gone”feeling, cures dyspepsia, in digestion, and that awful distress of the stomach. P P. P. cures that weak, nervous con dition, that dreadful jumping of the heart, followed by dizziness and sink ing spells. Make your blood pure by taking I‘. P. P., Lippman's Great Rem edy, and you will oe well and happy. Women are benefited, their organiza tion regulated, and their weakness and lassitude cured by P. P. P WEAK, TIRED PEOPLE should take P. P. P., Lippman’s Great Remedy, without delay. While not actually sick, you feel weak and tired, ready to get sick, and what you need is strength to drive out of your system that which is the cause of Spring Fever. P. P. P. is needed at once. Mrs. ITattio Mylius, of 70 East 86tli street, New York, says that she was in poor health, and that her case devel oped into nervous prostration. She suffered from nervous headaches, and at times was unable to do any work at all. She could not sleep, and was so nervous that she would have to get up at all hours of the night and walk the floor, and the opening of a door would startle her. But her weakness and nervousness is all gong. P. P. P. w what saved her. Her appetite improved, her nervousness is a thing of the past, and she thanks P. P. P., Lippman’s Great Remedy, for her com plete restoration to health. Sold by all druggets. LII’PMAN BROS., Apothecaries, Sole Prop’rs, Llpptnan's Block, Savannah, Ua. Health is Wealth. " OR. E C. WEST'S SERVE MID BHfiiN TREATMENT THE ORIGINAL, ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS, Jn sold under positive Written <*iirantcc, by authorized ugontß only, to euro Weak Memory, ) Wakefulness, Fits, Hysteria, Quick* jjchh, Niht Losses, Evil Dreams, Lack of Confi- Jeiic.v, Nervousness, Lassitude, all Drains, Youth ful Krrors, or Excessive Use of Tobacco, Opium, *r liiMUor, which leads to Misery, Consumption, Insanity and Death. At store or by mail, Si a box; six for $5; with written guarantee to cure or refund money. Sample pack age, containing five days’ treatment, with full instructions, 25 cents. One sample only eolcl to each person. At store or by mail. tKjgTßed Label Special Extra Strength. For Impotency, Loss otW’ 1 ■w Vt l’ower, Lost Manhood, Xkl ALs Bterility or Barrenness.^ $1 a box; six for $5, witlig-A'' ‘3T written gnarantecy'VjjA to cure in 30 days. At BtorevMVjt i' ■BEFORE: or by mail. AFTER W. J. BUTTS, The Druggist, cor. Newcas tle and Gloucester streets. Brunswick, Ga. Moderate prices. Telephone 27. Prescriptions a specialty. % - . ■ --=== Every merchant id Georgia is in vited to ask the Downing company for prices or groceries and feed. u. ALL THE NEWS IN COLORED CIRCLES. A Department Devoted to the Doings of the Race. THE CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES. What is Transpiring Among the Colored People in and Around Brunswick. fT. C. OAT.HOITN, Editor.l Dr. R. H. Johnson was a student of the Haven normal school of Waynes borough, Clark university, Atlanta, Ga., Mehorry medical college, Nash ville, Tenn. These are institutions of the >l. E. church. Dr. Johnson will deliver an address at the district con ference at Baxley, Ga., August 25, on the subject: “The Degeneracy of the Negro: Morally, Physically and In tellectually.” John Watts, P. K. Miss Adner John-ton was pleasantly surprised Wednesday night by a party of lively young people. The party was composed of the Misses McGlure, Misses Ellen Smith, M Walker, Messrs. W. Bronson, of Jacksonville; Wm. Douglas of Macon. George Cole man, Joe Wilson, W. H. Harrington, and Prof. Wm. Daniels. Miss John ston leaves today for her home in Sa vannah. Miss Lily Graham, who for some weeks past has been on the sick list, is out again, to the joy of her many friends. The feature that will appear in Sun day’s Times is a mark of recognition which has not been accorded the col ored people of Brunswick before. Will they patronize it ? Rev. John Watts, presiding elder of the M. E. church, has concluded his quarterly conference at this point, and leaves for Waycross today. Rev. Edwards, of Tifton, left yes terday for bis work in Tifton. He says he likes Brunswick, and will be down again next October, just before the annual conference in Waycross. Johnson’s Chill and Fever Tonic Cures Fever In One Day. Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the Burton House, Burton, W. Va., and one of (tie most widely known men in the state, was cured of rheumatism after three years of suffering. He says: “1 have not sufficient com maud of language to convey any idea of what I suffered.; my physicians told me that nothing could be done for me, and my friends were convinced that nothing but death would relieve me of suffering. In June, 1894, Mr. Evans, then salesman for the Wheeling Drug Cos., recommended Chamberlain’s Pain Balm. At this time my foot and limb wers swollen to more than double their normal size and it seemed to me my leg wonld burst, but soon after I be gan using Pain Balm, the swelling began to decrease, the pain to leave and now I consider that I am ertirely cured. For sale by druggists. No. 216 Bay street is headquarters for the celebrated Anhenser Busch beer. Wholesale and retail, in bulk and bottles, T. Newman, proprietor. Notioe All taxes due the city for first half of 1897 must be paid before August 1, or executions will then be issued. H. H. Harvey, July 13, 1897, City Treasurer. Imported and domestic wines, such as Muram’s Extra Dry, Rhine wine, claret, sherry, port, blackberry, Tokay, Muscatel, etc., always in stock at 216 Bay street, T. Newman, proprietor. All Over the World. All parties desiring to take trips to any part of the world should call on Capt. O. Johannesson, who is the Brunswick agent of all the fastest and best steamships sfloat. He can make you rates to any foreign point. A large stock of whiskies, brandies, rum, gm; also a complete stock of cigars and tobacco at 216 Bay street. Telephone 136 A. T. Newman, prop THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA., FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 139'/. “GREATEST ON EARTH.” Dr. miles’ IlcMorative Nervine. Mr. R. T. Caldwell, is book-keeper In the First National Bank of Fulton, Ky. ‘‘l was completely run down. My nerves became so unstrung through loss of sleep and worry that I felt sure 1 would be com pelled to give up my position l would lie awake all night long, and it took but little Caldwell. to shake me up so that I could not possibly r.'tend to my business as I should. In connection with this I had liver trouble, heaviness about the stomach, and pains in different parts of my body. 1 was also much reduced in iiesii. 1 was persuaded to try Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nervine. X first procured a trial bottle from a local druggist and good results u u ickly followed. I then proeu red a dollar bottle, a nd by the time I had used this up I was a different man. I am now on my third bottle and am able to sleep soundly and eat regularly, something l could not possibly do before taking your Nervine. 1 am now /nit;/ recovered, andilo not hesitate to pronounce l>r. Miles' Restorative Nervine the greatest nervine <m earth.” Fulton, Ky. R. T. CALDWELL. Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold on a positive guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. All druggistsseil it at sl,t> bottles forss, or it will be sent, prepaid, on receipt of price by the Dr. Miles Medical Cos., Elkhart, ind. Dr. Miles’ Nervine Re f.*He e a ß i th VICTORIA BLINDS. FOR INSIDE WINDOW'S AND FOR VERANDAS. J. B, LEONARD, Office over Wright Building, corner Monk and Orant Streets. PAINE, MURPHY & CO., BROKERS Orders Executed O-er Our Private Wires —For— COTTON, STOCKS, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS For Cash or on Margins. Local Securities Bought and Sold. Telephone, 530. Board of Trade Building, Jackson Building, Savannah, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. J. B. ABRAMS, Brunswick Representative. Joerger’s Pharmacy. DRUGS, PERFUMERY, CIGARS, ETC. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Day and Night. OPPOSITE OGLETHORPE HOTEL. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. schedule: in kf* jec r jolt *, 180 T. „ . No. |No. Nw. Vo. Nortlibottud. „ 1B g , „ [v. Brunswick 5 45a! 9 90a & 40p TTEp Ar. Everett G 35a 10 30a 6 Sup 8 lOp Lv. Jesup 11 22a 1014 p “ Surreney 12 Oip 11 Olp “ Baxley 12 23p 11 28p “ Hazlehurst 12 55p 12 OQn “ Lumber City 1 26p 12 20a " Helena 202 p 105a “ Missier 2 18p 1 24a “ Eastman 2 40p 161a “ Empire 8 07p 2 22a Lv. hawkinsvilie 2 -lOp “ - Cochran 9 319 p No. 7 2 30a “ Macon 8 30a 4 45p 7 lOp 415a “ Flovilla 9 83a 5 58p 8 09p 5 27a “ McDonough 10 lua 6 40p! 8 4op 6 10a Ar. Atlanta 1110a 7 4op: 9 45p 7 15a Lv. Atlanta 2 80u 10 00p:10 OOp T 50a Ar. Chattanooga 7 Hup 41daj 415a lOOp Ar. Louisville j 7 55a 815 p 8 15p 7 55a Ar. Cincinnati, Q. A 0.. j 7 30a 7 30p 7 30p 7 80a Lv. Atlanta 11 50p 1200 m Ar. Washington 9 lOp 6 42a “ New York 6 23a1243p Southbound. *“• • No „ N ". _ 10 16 8. 14 Lv. Ne w York "Taop 777777 777777 TST&a “ Washington 1048 p 1115a Ar. Atlanta 8 55p 6 10a Lv. Cincinnati, Q. * C 8 OOp 8 80a 8 30a 8 OOp “ Louisville 7 35p 7 45a 7 45a 7 85p Lv. Chattanooga 8 00a 10OOp 10OOp 8 05p Ar. Atlanta 1 lOp 5 ooa 600a 8 06p Lv. Atlanta 4 20p 5 20a 8 10a 8 80p “ McDonough 5 20p 0 16a 0 10a 9 87,p “ Flovilia 6 58p 6 59a 9 50a R> Up Ar. Macon 7 00p 8 10a 10 50a 11 lOp Lv. Cochran 10 05a 12 46a AnHawkiusville .110 60a.. “ Empire 7. UTSS 1257a “ Eastman 10 51a 124a “ Missier 1117a 162a “ Helena 11 BBa. 2 07a “ Lumber City 1285 p 2 46a “ Haziehurat 12 55p 8 08a “ Baxley Z~~ 131pr~“ 8 86a , burreney 168 p 8 67a Ar. Jesup * a - 2 38p • 4 40a Lv. Everett TT56a 380 p TBsp 6 80a Ar. Brunswick 7 45aj 4 LOp 8 OOp 6 30a Nog. 12 and 14—“1’ullman sleeping oars be tween Atlanta and Brunswick. Pullman drawing room sleeping cars between Jack •onvllle, Fla., and Nashville, Tenn., via Chattanooga. Noe. 7 and 16—Pullman drawing-room sleep ing cars between Macon and Asheville, N. C., via Atlanta and Spartanburg. Nos. 9 and 10—Pullman drawing room sleep ing cars between Atlanta and Louisville. Nos. 7 and B—Pullman sleeping cars between Atlanta and Chattanooga. This car is placed In Union Passenger atanon, Atlanta, for the reception of passengers at 9:00 p. m. Conneotion at Union Depot, Atlanta, far all points north, east and west. W. H. GREEN, J. M. CULP, Gen’l Superintendent, Traffic Manager, Washington, D. 0. Washington, D. a W. A. TURK, S. H. HARDWIck, Gen'l Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agt. Washington, D. a Atlanta, Ga. '' ' ~ Elberta peaches, canned in Georgia. They are fine. Aak your grocer for them. THE GENERA! REDUCTION IN BICYCLE PRICES eloquently proclaims the fact that to-day “ 18 year old ” BICYCLES I 80 °-° POPULAR LIST PRICE s>Bo “Are the Standard of the U.S.A.” the highest priced, high-grade wheels on the market. Rambler buyers who saved are now smiling ! 1097 catalogues free. Agents at all important points. Cormully &, Jeffery Mfg. Cos., WASHINGTON, D.C. J. A. MONTGOMERY. Agent, BRUNSWICK GA MADE ME A MAN §AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE A. LL Nervous IHseases —Failing Mem* ory, I rapotency, Sleeplessness, etc,, caused by Abuse and other Excesses anrl 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. Tlieir use shows immediate improve ment and effects a CURE where all others fail, In sist upon having the genuHe Ajax Tablets. They have cured thousands and v. ill cure you. We give a positive written guarantee to effect a cure in each 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 A CO. Brunswick Grocery Cos. Sole Agents For the Famous AS* THE BEEJt THAT MADE MILWAUKEE FAMOUS. UNEQUALLKD FOR TABLE USE. Wholesale Grocers. LIOUORS, TOBACCOS, PIPES AND CIGARS. We recommend "Duke of Cumberland,” ne Old Whisky, for Medical and Family use J. M. Bloodwortli, Ocean Pier Store. Full line of Groceries, (’old Drinks, Cigars, Etc All Islanders should call. Repairing of firearms and bicycles done with neatness and and dispatch. All Work Guaranteed. Cor. Monk and Grant Sts. 6-15 P. O. KESSLER. C. A. SHAW, Artesian Barber Shop, Shaving and Haircutting. Strictly First-Class—Neat and Polite Barbers. The Perfume of Violets ) The purity of the lily, the glow of the r me, I and the flush of llehe combine in Pozzo.ni’s I wondrous Powdc^r. Hotel St. Simon... ST. SIMON ISLAND, GA. Season of 189*7, May 15 to Sept. Ist. Steamers leave Brunswick for Hotel four times'each day, connecting with all trains. JACK H. CLANCEY, Mgr. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. lev foil, pimm oDd Boston || I h-M|l Sailing From Brunswick, Ga.. PASSENGER SERVIGE. PROPOSED HOURS OF SAILING FROM BRUNSWICK DURING TIIK MONTH OF JULY Rl<> GRASDK Friday, July 2,7.00 a. m. COLORADO Friday, July 23,1.00 p. m COLORADO .Friday, July 9,1.U0p.ni. RIoGRA.NDK Friday. July 30, 6.00 a. m RIO GRANDK .Friday, July Hi, 7.30 a. m. For general information, steamers, trains, rates, etc., apply to any railroad agent, or to CIIAS. DAVIES, Agent, 220 \V. Bay St, Jacksonville, t la. .. .. A. I’. MCRI'HY, Agent, Fcrnandina. Fla 11. 11. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga. C 11. MAI.LOItY & CO., General VgEints, l'ler 20, E. River, and 363 Broadway, N. Y. PLANT SYSTEM^ PASSENGKR DEPARTMENT. No. 91 NO. 03. Tim ft Table J No. 94. NO. 02. Passenger Mixed IS O. 1 Passenger Mix< and Daily. Effective Sunday June Daily. Daily, Daily. 6, 1897,12 01 am 7 3 Jam.... 045 pm... lv Brunswick ar 7 45am.... il 40pm.... louoam— 900 pm ar Waycross lv 6 oOam 9 25pm.... 1105 am... 925 pm lv Waycross ar 550 am... 8 00pm.... 1 00pm... 11 59 pm ar Tifton lv 310 am. 515 pm.... 1 05pm... 12 10 am - lv l'iftton ar 2 55am.... 5 06pm.... 2 25pm... 1 55 am ar Albany lv 1255 am.... 340 pm.... 12 30 pm... 12 30am ar Savannah lv 300 am.... 4 00pm ar Charleston lv 1100 pm 1 00pm... 12 15 pm ar Jacksonville lv 7 00pm 815 pm... 10 30 am ar St Augustine lv ar Tampa lv 2 lit am .1255 am ar Thomaavllle lv I 55am.... 335 pm... VIA TIFTC X & G. S.& F. 730 am..; 0 45pm 1v.... Brunswick .... ar: I 7 45am ...ill 40pm ... 100 pm..;il 59pm ar.... Tifton .... lv; 2 55am.... i 5 15pm.... 430 pm. 4 05am ar.... Macon .... lv: 11 25pm....i1l 50am 7 35pm..; 7 45am ar ... Atlanta .... lv: 7 00pm....! 8 20am.... 12 35am..; 100 pm ar chattanoga .... lv: j 2 56pm....!l 05am.... 645 am..; 7 OOpm ar.... Nashville.... fv; ! 9 00am...A1l 20pm. 640 pm..; 7 28am ar.... St. Louis .... ly: 0 25pm.... j s 40am... i : lv; 1 i VIA WAYCROSS & MONTGOMERY. 7 31am... 0 45pm 1v.... Brunswick ....ar i 7 4fam ... :ll 40pr.... 10 (Mam... 9 00pm ar.... WaycroSP ....lv ! • 6 00am ...; 9 25pnr 9 20pm . 8 10am ar ...Montgomery ....lv ; i 7 45pm ...! 8 50am.... 12 22 a m.. 12 05am ar —Birmingham.... lv! ! 4 OOpm ...i 548 am 6 45am ... 7 00pm ar Nashville lv; 9 05pm ...;11 2liam U4opm... 7 20am ar St. Leuis lv; i 9 25pim ...; 8 40am.... 12 27pm ... 230 pm ar Louisville lv; ; 2 66am ...; 5 45am.... 4 13pm ■. 7 05pm ar ....Cincinnati lv! 11l OOpm ...i 2 00am.... BETWEEN BRUNSWICK, MACON. & ATLANTA—VIA TIFTON AND MACON. 7 3ia m..l 0 45pm ;av— Brunswick ....ar 7 45am ... 11 40pm.. 430 pm..j 4 05am 1ar.... Macon ....lv 11 25pm ... 11 50am ... 785 pm ■.| 7 46am ar Atlanta lv 7 60pm s 20am .. S—Regular stop. F—Stop on signal. Direct connection made at Wavcross with through Pullman Sleeping Cars fo- Montgomery, Nashville, Savannah, Charleston, and all points North; also Tampa and St. Augus tine. Reeling chair ca s between Waycross and Montgomery via Thomasyille. B. DUNHAM, GEO. W. COATES, B. W. WRENN, General Supt. Division Pass. Agent. Pass. Traffic Manage*. jjjSSl CUMBERLAND ROUTE SUMMER SCHEDULE. Effective July 5. BItUNSW ICK - CU.M HER LAND- FERN AN DI NA LINE. Daily Excicrr Sunday, Going— Leavo Brunswick H:<oam Arrive LuniWcrliuiil Island. lu:noam Arrive Fernandiiik 12:00 am Returning— Leave Fernandina 1:20 pm Leave Cumberland Island 2:20 p in Arrive Brunswick 5:20 p m Sunday s. Going— Leave Brunswick s:00 a m Leave St. Simon Pier 0:00 am Arrive C'uanberlaud Island 11:00am Retuinfiig-- Leave (.'umberland Island 2:20 pm Arrive Pier 5:20 p m Arrive Brunswick 0:20 p in Bill NSWIGIv-ST. SIMON LINK. Week days. Lv. Brunswick ... s:00 a m 2:oo p m 0:00p m Lv. Si. Simon Pier... .6:00 a m 0:15 a m 4:20 m SUNDAYS. Going- Leave Brunswick.. S:00 a m 10:00 a m 2:oojp m Returning-- Lv. St. Simon Pier.ll :20 a m 5:20 pin 10:45*p m Nnte--Gar will leave St. Simon Pier for hotel on arrival of steamer from Brunswick. Re turning will leave hotel for St. Simon Pier 15 minutes before schedule time for departure of boat. For further information apply to W. M. TUPPKR & Cos., .Managers. Brunswick, Ga., duly 20, 1807. * 11. 11. RAYMOND, General Passenger Agent. Ice Cream, Ice cream soda, Milk shakes, Soda water, Wine cocoa. Full line of Cigara and To bacco. Fresh Fruits. Confectionery. Eli Zissamato, 302 y, NEWCASTLE ST. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS ANDTHE PUBLIC- Siaied proposals are hereby invited by tiie undersigned commissioners of roads and rev enues of Glynn county, Georgia, for the erection and completion of anew court house building in said county of Glynn agreeable to the plana and specifications prepared by Frank £’. Mil burn, architect, of Charlotte, N.U., which plans and specifications are uowoii file in the office of said commissioners and open to the inspection of the public and which will remain on tile and open to inspection during the continuance of this notice, and sad lads or proposals to be liken ise made agreeable to the following stipu lations and conditions, to wit: First. The building to beerectcd is to lie 90 1-2 feet front and to run hack (it; 1-2 feet; to have a basement and two stories, the basement to be of granite and the first and second stories of buff brick and the roof Of tin. For a more de tailed description of said building reference is hereby had to the plaint and specifications on file in the office of said commissioners. Second. The contractor do ng the work shglt be paid as follows: When the first floor joints are on twenty (20) per ceut of the contract price; when the second floor joints are on fif teen (15) per cent of the contract price; when the roof is on twenty (20) per cent of the con tract price; when the floors are laid and the glass in fifteen (15) per cent of the contract price, and the balance,or thirty (30) per cent, of the contract price to lie paid upon the comple tion and acceptance of the work. The work to lie done under the superintendence of the coun ty architect and payments made in accordance with his specifications. Third. The bids or proposals will be received at the commissioners’ office in the court house of said county of Glynn up to ten (10) o’clock a. m. of August third (3d), 1897. at which time the proposals will be opened and considered, the commissioners reserving to themselves the right to reject any or all bids. Fourth. All bidaor proposals must lie accom panied liy a certified check on some reliable hank for the sum of one thousand (81,000) dol lars, made payable to tho order of James s. Wright,chairman of the hoard of commission ers, as evidence, if the contractor’s bid is ac cepted, that he will enter into a contract at once and file an acceptable guarantee com pun v bond in the sum of double the amount of the contract price within thirty i39) days from ttie date of signing the contract for the faithful performance of tho contract. Should such con tractor fail to sign a contract or to give the re paired bond ilie f 1,000 check will ho forfeited to tlie county of Glynn as liquidated damages oc casioned by tlie delay. [Seal). JAMES S. WRIGHT, Chairman. E. F. CONEY, H. 11. HARVEY, Commissioners of Roads and Revenues or Glynn County, Georgia. Attest: J. C. LEHMAN, Clerk of Commissioners. PATENTS u * VbCcu2ks. igx Eugene W. Johnson, Solicitor and Attorney in Patent Causes, 1729 New York Ave., Washington, D. C. office established 18i8. Charges moderate Correspondence requested. The Rosy Freshness And a velvety softness of the skin is inva riably obtained by those who use Pozzoni’s I Complexion Powder.