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Royal makes the food pure, 'wholesome and delicious. pom POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. ALONG THE BAY. Items of Harbor News and General Shippiag Interest. The Portuguese schooner Alice, 262 tons, Captain Reis, arrived yesterday from St. Vincent, Cape Verde, to load lumber from Rosendo Torras. The Spanish bark Jo.sefa Formosa cleared yesterday for Barcelona. The schooner Penobscot sailed yes terday for New York. The schooner Dora Matthews sailed yesterday for New York. The schooner Thelma sailed yester day for Boston. The Spanish shipping business for the past month has been better than for many months past. Eight Spanish barks and one Spanish brig have ar rived, and the indications are that there will be many more this month. Benito Padrosa and Captain Tor ras have large Beets on the way here lor cargoes. GET NEW GUNS. Captain Brown Compliments the Riflemen and Sends Them Improved Arms. The Riflemen were in high spirits last night ’tfver a letter received by Capt. Ernest Dart from Capt. Oscar Jl. Brown. The letter conveyed the information that 40 of the newest improved guns with bayonets and scabbards had been shipped to the Riflemen. Captain Brown wrote that the unu sually fine inspection passed by the Riflemen merited appreciation by the state, and that be sent the guns, hop ing it would encourage the company to even greater improvement. The Riflemen appreciate Captain Brown’s kindness very highly, aad say he will never have cause to regret his action. A large stock of whiskies, brandies* rum, gin; also a complete stock of cigars and tobacco at 216 Bay street. Telephone 135 A. T. Newman, prop. Stole Five Cents, Abraham Cohen, colored, snatched a pocketbook containing $2.50 out of the hand of another negro named Agent. He had spent 5 cents of the money for cheese when captured by Officer Wilchar. Cohen and his cheese were put in a oell together, and the pocket book returned to its owner. No.’SlG Bay street is headquarters for the celebrated Anheuser Busch beer. Wholesale and retail, in bulk and bottles, T. Newman, proprietor. LAST CHANCE, 35 PER CENT OFF on our entire line of Men’s, Boys’ and Children’s Suits. Such Bargains have never been offered before in Brunswick. V. LEVY’S—^ THE MIDSUMMER COMBS AND GOERS. A Column of Live Personal Gossip for the Times Read ers. THE ISLANDS AND THE CITY. Visitors From Other Cities to Ours and From Ours to Other Cit ies. Messrs. George Smith and Jennings Butts went to St. Simon last night. The Riflemen will give a moonlight excursion one night this month. Mr. C. L. Elliot went to St. Simon last night, returning on the late boat. Miss Mamie Burroughs will leave shortly for a visit to Old Point Com fort. Miss Carroll, sister of Mr. L. V. Carroll, is in the city at the Pennick house. Miss Jennie Folsom of Brunswick, is here visiting relatives.—Blackshear Times. Miss Elizebeth Nightingale is the guest of Mrs. J. E. dußignon at tue Oglethorpe. A large crowd will go to Cumber land today to spend the day with Manager Shackelford. Mrs. Abbie Miner left Brunswick yesterday for Savannah, which will be her home for the present. Miss Fouraker, the young lady who will teach classes in arithmetic, is in the city at the Pennick house. A party is being made up to take a trip to the fishing banks off the coast on either the Pope Catlin or Governor Salford. Mrs. H. B. Dillon will leave this morning via the Southern for New York to spend the remainder of the summer. A water hydrant at the corner of D and M streets has been leaking fora month, flooding the adjacent streets. It should be attended to. Constable Detby has purchased “Blue Robin,” the horse that won the running races at Cumberland and St. Simon at the Fourth of July celebra tions. Miss Rosa Lowe, a niece of C. M. Eunice, is here from Brunswick, and will attend school at the Eunioe sebool bouse near the city.—Waycross Journal. Judge Horace Dart, the ordinary of Glynn county, came over form Bruns wick on Thursday and made us a call. We are always glad to see our Bruns wick friends.—Darien Gazette. Misses Berta Wiggins, of Thomas vllle, and Lillian Jeffers, of Bruns wick, are spending some time in the city, the guests of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. R, Y. Beaseley.—Valdosta Times. It is reported that Capt. J, L. Risk, of the Mallory liner Colorado, will shortly be transferred to Mallory’s Galveston line. Captain Risk’s many Brunswick friends will regret the change. Capt. F. G. Strachan’s yacht .Siren returned yesterday from a cruise around St. Simon and Brunswick, where quite a number of Captain Strachan’s friends enjoyed a pleasant outing for several days.—Savannah News. The incandescent lights met their schedule requirements by going out last night. The trouble was caused by a transformer in front of Crovatt’s drug store. The lights are keeping up their record of going out on every Saturday night. When you want good, pure and un adulterated beer, go to 216 Bay street. He has it for sale in any quantity de sired. 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 afloat. He can make you rates to any foreign point. The best beer on the market is the Anheuser Busch. Sold at the Metro politan. Hundreds of thousands have been induced to try Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy by reading what it has done for others, and having tested its mer its for themselves are today its warm est friends. For sale by druggists. Elberta peaches, oanned in Georgia. They are line. Ask your grocer for them. THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA„' SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 1, 1897. DARK FOR A WEEK. The Company Has Ceased to Attend to a Light on an Important Corner. Citizens who live in the vicinity of the corner of Dartmouth and South Albany streets are sufficiently indig nant to mob the electric light plant cf the Darkness and Drought company. Everybody who has been in that lo cality on a dark night, with no lights burning, can appreciate the animus of the said indignation. The electric light on that corner shed not one ray all of the past week, and it was so dark on that corner that you couldn’t see the sky. There was no effort to keep the light burning, as the carbon man didn’t visit it during the week. This is but one of the many in stances that have been and could be recited in which the Darkness and Drought company is flagrantly and openly violating its contract. Johnson’s Chill and Fever Tonic Cures Fever In One Day. CHANCE FOR WHITES. A Georgia Republican Says They Will Have a Show After Awhile. The Constitution says that a Geor gia republican who has been in Wash ington recently says that Senator Mark Hanna will give the lily whites a chance after Lyons gets the Augus ta postoffice. “Senator Hanna in dorsed Deveaux, of Savannah, for col lector of customs there, but has come to the conclusion that maybe it would be advisable to put a white man in of fice there. Joe Doyle has a good chance. Doyle used to be postmaster there and was a candidate for con gress last year in the first district against Colonel Lester, The Demo crats got alarmed on election day at the way Doyle was running, and they took the streets and brought in the workmen from the shops, the factor ies, the stores and the wharves, and saved the day. But Doyle made a strong race, and this is counting a great deal in his favor now. “The race there is said to be be tween Doyle and Deveaux, who was collector at Brunswick under Presi dent Harrison. T. F. Johnson, who was collector under Harrison and Au thur, may get the Savannah postoffice. Doyle is a merchant and has had a business training all his life. He is a young man, but he was younger when be was postmaster and he ran that office in a thoroughly business-like manner. “You would be surprised to see bow rannlliar President MoKinler and Sen ator Hanna are with Georgia politics. They know all the ins and outs, how this man has stood and how much that one contributed and what he did in the campaign. McKinley got it chiefly from Buck, I suppose, but he has heard every side. If he knows the situation in every state as well as be does in Georgia, he is a wonder.” Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic Cures Fever In One Day. Capt. Wylly's Map. Messrs. Fleming & Waif now have on sale copies of Capt. C. S. Wylly’s oomplete and correct map of Glynn county. The map sells at $1 per copy. It is the best work of the kind yet done, showing every road, plantation, settlement, stream, etc. Everybody should have one. Watch for ad. Hob Roy flour has no superior and few equals. It is beautiful. SHIPPING REPORT. CORRECTED DAILY BY CAPT. OTTO JOHANNISON WITH E. H. MASON A CO. PORT OF BRUNSWICK, July 80. 1897. ARRIVED. CLEARED. SAILED. Rio Grande, Am ss. 2048, Staples, New York, Mallory—New York. IN PORT. STEAMSHIPS. Casos, Br ss, 1442, Jeffers, Havana, A F Churchill. SHIPS. BABES. Maria, Louisa, Sp bk, 663, Alonzo, San too, Padrosa. Tula, Sp bk, 425. Rua, Havana, Maria, Sp bk,273, Oerci, Havana,Torras. Roseniua, Nor bk, 532, Bahia, Downing Cos Triunfo, Sp bk 232, Sosvilla, Havana, Torras. Tafalla, Sp bk, 995, Roig, Havana, l’a drosa. Amalia, Sp bk, Roca, Havana, Padrosa. Martinson, Rus bkt, Martinson, Tybee, Downing company. Augustine Kobbe, Am bk, 506, Olivera, New Bedford, Torras—Cape Verdi. josefa Formosa*Sp ok, 535, Carchs, Ha vana, Torras. Julius Palm.Sw bk,SOO, Jacobson, Down ing company —Rio. Avonport. Br bk, 909, Doyle, Rosario via Barbadoes—Queenstown. BRIUS. SCHOONERS. Arona, Br sell, 532, Parker, Santos—Sa tiila. C C Foss, Am sell, 362, Crabtree, La Guayra, Hilton-Dodge—New York. Nelson Bartlett, Am schr, 600, Boston, Hilton-Dodge. Thelma, Am schr, Cummings, Boston Soutnp.rn Pine company—Boston. Penobscot, Am. schr, 344, Dodge, Ponce. Hilton-Dodge. Dora Matthews, Am. schr, 373, Brown, New York, Hirsch & Cos. RECAPITULATION. Steamships. 1: Ships, 0: Barks, 12; Brigs, 0; Schooners, 6. Total, 19. To Amencus. 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, linal 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 fells.' Plans, specifications and estimates made for brick, stone or wooden buildings on short notice. CHARGE? MODERATE. Brunswick, Ga. % Office in Wright Building, corner Grant and Monk Street. Telephone 170. GARFIELD’S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO, Gloucester St., (Opposite Express Office.) Work In Its Braudes. Copying and Enlarging of All Kinds. SATISFACTIi )N GITA It ANTE ED. F. ROGOWIN, 207 Newcastle Street. Clotlii, Sloes: Hats aii Geits’ Fornislings.^— _ 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. . W In fact everything in the jewelry line you will find in our store. Repairing, Engravingjj Manufacturing a Specialty. Kennon riott, The Jeweler, 215 Newcastle St. Examiner of watches for the Southern railway. Time daily at 11 o’clocck from Washington. when Youit ‘ ; m ■ ! - —i * THE CHANCE OF YOUR LIFE! A few slightly damaged Man tels at one-half price, COME QUICK. IRON FENCING. f MONUMENTAL WORK. Brunswick Marble and Granite Works, REED E. LaMANCE, Propi tiefbr. ' J.M.Maddkn, a. H. Lank, .B.Oook, W.NrssfmiM President. Vice-President. Cashier. Asst. Cashier. MERCHANTS & TRADERS BANK OF BRUNSWICK. CAPITAL, SIOO,OOO. -Cy SURPLUS, #IO,OOO. DIRECTORS: James L. Foster, J. B. Wright, U. D.Ogg, M. Kaiser, Moses Isaac, A. H. Lane, J. M. Madden, A. G. I’. Dodge jr. - * . .-*5 ( r . Accounts of All Solvent Institutions Are Sainted. 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 Pa tr os and Frjends 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 ’ 250 Imperial Lemon Juice, per bottle iflp Montserrat Lime .1 nice, per bottle . .... ” Mott’s Carbonated Sweet Cider, per bottle ojip Hire’s Improved Root Beer Extract, per bottle.... o?c Carbonated Root Beer . , | Everything in Groceries. KEANY & 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, t|acon and Provisions. Grain, Hay and Bran A Specialty. 204 GRAN r T Streets! “ BrUUSWick, Ga.