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'wholesome and delicious. mv POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. CITY ITEMS. Local Happenings That Are Too Short for s Heads. Capt. J. F. Dill and Mr. Bailey came to the city yesterday from Satilla BluH. Misses Jennie and Daisy Mclntosh, of Darien, are visiting Mrs. James Dunwody. Constable Denby arrested live de serting sailors from the schooner Nel son Bartlett yesterday. Miss Monroe Cargyle will go to St. Simon today to be the guest of Miss Lilia Burroughs for several days. Misses Ethel Downing and Fannie Nightingale came up to the city from St. Simon yesterday and spent the day here. After next Saturday night, the Cura berlaud Koute will discontinue its 10:30 p. in. boats from St. Simon to Brunswick, except on Sunday nights. Uoh Roy flour is leading all others VV by? Because it is the best. MAY BE A MURDERER. Bob Allen, Colored, Struck His Wife With a Hoe. Bob Allen, colored, is in the county jail on a charge which may develop into murder. At Sterling on Wednesday, Allen, while at work in a field with his wife, becannj angered with the woman and struck her in the head with a hoe. Siie is seriously, perhaps fatally hurt. Allen was brought to the city and placed in jail by Deputy Sheriff Taylor. Hundreds of thousands have been induced to try Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy by reading wliat it lias done for others, and having tested its mer its for themselves are today its warm st friends. For sale by druggists. Most Successful. The encampment just past has been a most successful one, both from a military and social standpoint. While a strict military discipline has been carried out, the men have been al lowed more liberty than at the Griffin encampment.—Waycross Herald. ’ No. 210 Bay street is headquarters for the original Budweiser and Pale beers, at wholesale and retail. Quinine and other fever medicines take from 5 to 10 days to cure fever Johnson’s Chill and Fever Tonic cures in ONE DAY. Another shipment of WHITE DUCK SUITS. Small sizes, from 30 to 33 waist. Ladies’ Shirt Waists. Men’s and Boys’ Straw Hats at HALF • PRICE LEVY’S—- SKY WAS CLOUDED. But the Eclipse of the Sun Yesterday Was Partly Visible. The first eclipse of the sun visible in Brunswick since October 20, 1592, occurred yesterday morning. The eclipse was not a thorough success, from a Brunswick point of view, the luminary being obscured by clouds for the greater portion of the period of contact. The eclipse began at 8:30 and ended at IT :20. The flrst contaot occurred on the western limb of the sun 90 degrees from the north point, and the last con tact on the eastern limb 132 degrees from the north point. About three fourtlis of the sun’s diameter on the southern side was obscured, leaving the sun in ths shape of a crescent. The greatest obscuration was at 9:40 o’clock. The eclipse was what is known as an annular eclipse of the sun, one in which the moon's shadow in the mid dle of the eclipse was not large enough to cover the face of the sun, but leaves a ring of light encircling the eclipsed portion. There was a marked diminution in the temperature, especially noticeable at 9 o’clock. A number of people pro vided themselves with smoked glasses and watched the eclipse as best they could. The obscuration did not no ticeably diminish the light. This was the second and last eclipse of the year, the other having been a partial eclipse of the sun on Febru ary 1. . DAUNTLESS CHARTERED. The Tug Will Do Work for the Bristol Towboat Cos. There are no new developments in the threatened tugboat war between Brunswick and Jacksonville. There is one development rumored, how ever, which, though not directly con nected with the reported competition, may have some bearing upon it. It is said that the tug Dauntless has been chartered from her present own ers by the Bristol Towboat company of Savannah, which is at present car rying on a desultory opposition to the Brunswick boats with the little tug Kinkora. The conditions of the char ter are said to be that the Dauntless shall have liberty, whenever occasion offers, to make trips to Cuba. It is not probable that the Dauntless will he used by the Bristol people in opposition to the Brunswick boats, as it is reported that the contract of sale of the tug between her original and present owners included a provision that the tug was not to be used in Brunswick waters. A COLORED HOME. Charlie Clark Makes an Important Proposi tion to Council. Charles A. Clark, the well known colored citizen, presented to the at tention of the city council yesterday a project which, if carried out, will be of considerable benefit to Brunswick. Clark bolds an important office in the grand lodge of Colored Odd Fel lows of Georgia, and the lodge expects to locate at some city in the state a home for the widows and orphans of deceased members of the order. The location of the home carries with it also the annual meetings of the grand lodge, a large and creditable body. The grand lodge will locate the home here, if the city will donate a lot, and exempt the property from taxation. 'The proposition was intro duced in council yesterday, and re ferred to the proper committee. The sentiment of council is in favor of granting the concession. 'The meeting of the grand lodge every year in this city would leave a considerable sum of money, and the buildingof the house would be a good improvement of some of the city’s town commons property. 'The best beer on the market is the Anheuser Busch. Sold at the Metro politan. Rock for Cumberland. 11. 1.. Babbit, of Phoenix, Fla ,is mining Flint Rock, to be used in the big Cumberland sound jetties. Mr Babbit has extended the Live Oak Phosphate company’s railroad spur to his mine, iu order to facilitate the haudliug of the rock, THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, UA„ FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 30, 1807. MACON’S STEAMBOAT Which Will Run Between That City and Brunswick. The Macon Telegraph of yesterday says: Work on the City of Macon, the new steamer to be owned and run by the Macon Navigation company, began yesterday, and will be pushed to rapid completion by Capt. John M. Graham of Dublin. The City of Macon will be 22 by 105 feet and 25 by 117 feet over all, with a capacity of 500 bales, Loaded, the boat will draw not more than three feet, and empty she will only draw fif teen inches. Since it has become positively known that the Macon Navigation company is in earnest about the boat, interest in steamboating on the Ocmulgee and its tributaries has been revived, and Capt. John Day of Lumber City, who only a short time ago was endeavor ing to sell one of his best boats, has not ody decided not to sell it, but is building another, similar to hut some what larger than the one now being built in Macon, while Hawkinsville and Dublin are doing the same thing. When you want good, pure and un adulterated beer, go to 216 Bay street. He has it for sale in any quantity de sired, Convenes on Monday. City court will convene on Monday, in regular term. The criminal dock et will he taken up and proceeded with before any other business is transacted. Johnson’s Chill and Fever Tonic Cures Fever In One Day . i Truth in a Nutshell. Impure blood is the natural result of close confinement in the house, schoolroom or shop. Blood is purified by Hood’s Sarsa parilla, and all the disagreeable re sults of impure blood disappear with the use of this medicine. If you wish to feel well, keep your blood pure witli Hood’s Sarsaparilla. Hood’s l’ills are the best family ca thartic and liver medicine. Gentle, reliable, sure. A liberal price will be paid at this office for the delivery of any or all of the following issues of The Times: June 23; August 6, 8,24; September 13, 23, 20; October 2. 4,5, 27, 29, 1896, and April 14, 1897. “For three years we haye never been without Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house,” says A. H. Fatter, with E. C. Atkins & Go., Indianapolis, Ind., “and my wife would as soon think of being without flour 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—not simply stop pain, but cure absolutely. It is all right, and anyone who tries it will lind it so.” For sale by druggists. Menlo id Hi Under this head advertisements will be inserted for one cent a word for the first In sertion. and for every Insertion thereafter at the rnte of half a cent a word, No ad vertisement will be taken for less than ten cents. Cash in advance invariably re quired for all advertisements in this col umn. WAMED-MISCELLANEOVB. VTOTH F--1 AM GOING TO OPEN A SCHOOL i.A in the Micholson blocl*. Newcastle street, Monday, August 2, for instruct ions in arithmetic oily. 1 guarantee to teach any person in a course o. live months. Kates $2 per month. LIZZIE M. LOI’KAK KK. WAN TED-STENOGRAPHIC WOKK OH typewriting at night. Keasonable rates. Address “C’\ tins otlice. LOST. J< T-1!I.I K EN A M KLKD C L ASP PlN,'‘97” -ion front, **(L L. l r .” ou back. Suitable re ward will be paid for return to Brunswick Grocery Company. j29-tf FOR RENT-MOMS. jblOR RENT FURNISHED >1 EEPING X? rooms or portion of residence for light housekeeping. Apply at 40e G street. jy27-3t FOR RENT—HOUSES. I AUK KENT—THE BRICK STORK U thorpe street formerly occupied as a bar room by J. Markowitz. Apply toN. Emanuel. SHIPPING REPORT. CORRECTED DAILY BY CAPT. OTTC JOHANNEBOS WITH E. H. MASON A CO. PORT OF BRUNSWICK, July 28, 1897. ARRIVED. CLEARED. SAILED. IN PORT. STEAMSHIPS. Rio Grande, Am ss, 2048, Staples, New York, Mallory—New York. SHIPS. BAKKB. Maria, Louisa, Sp bk, 663, Alonzo, San too, Padrosa. Tula, Sp bk, 425. Rua, Havana, Padrosa. Maria, Sp bk, 273, Ceroi, Havana, Torras. Rosenius, Nor bk, 532, Bahia, Downing Cos Triunfo, Sp bk 232, Sosvilla, Havana. Torras. Tafalla, Sp bk, 995, Roig, Havana, Pa drosa. Amalia, Sp bk, Roca, Havana, Padrosa. Martinson, Rus bkt, Martinson, Tybee, Downing company. Augustine Kobbe, Am bk, 500, Olivera, New Bedford, Torras—Cape Verdi. Josefa Formosa, Sp Dk, 535, Carchs, Ha vana, Torras. Juiius Palm, Sw bk, 800, Jacobson, Down ing company—Rio. Avonport. Br bk, 909, Doyle, Rosario via Barbadoes—Queenstown. BRIGS. SCHOONERS. Arona, Br sell, 532, Parker, Santoo—Sa tilla. C C Foss, Am sch, 362, Crabtree, La Guayra, Hilton-Dodge—New York. Nelson Bartlett, Am schr, COO, Boston, Hilton-Dodge. Thelma, Am schr, Cummings, Boston Soutnem Pine company—Boston. Fenobscot, Am. schr, 344, Dodge, Ponce, Hilton-Dodge. Dora Matthews, Am. schr, 373, Brown, New York, Hirsh & Cos. RECAPITULATION. Steamships, 1; Ships, 0: Barks, 12; Brigs, 0; Schooners, 6. Total, 19. To Americus. For the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows, Americus, Ga., August 10 to 14, the Southern railway announces a rate of one fare for the round trip from all points within the state of Georgia. Tickets will be on sale Au gust 8, 9 and 10, final limit until Au gust 16, 1897. C. L. Candler, General Agent.. If you want shoes go to H. E. Tay lor & Co’s. J. B. Leonard, Architect. Contractor and Builder. Con tractor tor Artesian Wells’ Plans, specifications and estimates made for brick, stone or wooden buildings on short notice. CHARGES MODERATE. Brunswick, Ga. Office in Wright Building, corner Grant and Monk Street. Telephone 176. GARFIELD’S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO, Gloucester St., (Opposite Express Office.) Worfc Id Its Bracles. Copying and Enlarging of All Kinds. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. vD A F. ROGQWIN, 207 Newcastle Street. Clotling, Shoes: Hats and Goals’ FaraisllDis.^^ 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 f Manufacturing a Specialty. Kennon flott, The Jeweler, 215 Newcastle St. Examiner of watches for the Southern railway. Time daily at 11 o’clocck from Washington. WITPN YOUR s* Aml thesteak is €|oo, Bfii * " A U -lli Yon may be sure that it came from HONOR IS CHARLES— ATVTPU’ BAUMGARTNER & Cos. A1 Ol li/A-IY Western meats from Swift. GAME IN SEASON, FINEST SAUSAGE, -z==— lIAMS, BREAKFAST BACON. 305 Grant Street, and Newcastle. J. M, Madden’, A. If. Lank, .11. cook, W.Ntssbaum, President. Vice-Presiuent. Cashier. Asst. Cashier. THE MERCHANTS & TRADERS BANK OF BRUNSWICK. CAPITAL, *IOO,OOO. -O 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 Solicited. 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 CASH CAPITAL $150,000- Deals Liberally With Its Patrons 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 Spruit 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 JS C Everything in Groceries. KEANY & BAILEY, GROCERS, Telephone No. 11. 512 Newcastle Street. SOMETHING NEW^^ We have just received t new lot of mold ings and are prepared to make .... * PICTURE FRAMES t 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;. 204 GRANT T Streets a nd, " bj|TSWick, Ga. 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. HEKD E. LaIiIAKCE, Proprietor.