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f\ FRIEND lakes married V W women through '% iMBSV* O' tile whole period ! of pregnancy in 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 druggists. U JmsßsL A Send for a Fl;re f V copy of our illus- I M trated booklet _ J MOTHER’S FRIEND. The Bradfield Regulator Cos., Atlanta, Ga. I r RRIIM’C FOil kithkk nk\. LC OIIUII O Tilts remedy being in ■ .jeetcd directly to tlu- Beat of those disease*! 1 0 E*f the Uenito-I'rinary ■ ■ AJ ■■ Organs, regu ires no ■ M HI change of diet. Cure Wl-' guaranteed in 1 to 3 ■ days. iSmall plain pack nnnFs. •* man, V JCVHatgoid only by W. J. Butts, the,, druggist, corner Newcrstle and Gloucester streets Brunswick, Ga. Moderate prices. Tel ephone 27. Prescriptions a specialty. Knife P. P. P., Lippman’s Great Remedy, Saves a Mad From Becoming a Cripple, Mr. Asa Ammons, a well-known citizen of Jacksonville, Florida, was afflicted by a terrible ulcer. Medical skill seemed unavailing in stopping the ravages of the terrible disease. The leg was swollen and intensely painful, as the ulcer had eaten Its way down to the very bone. All medicines and treatments having failed to effect a cure, tire doctors said the leg must euiue off. Just when it seemed that Mr. Ammons would become a disabled and a crippled man, he tried P. P. P., Lippman’s Great Remedy, and the re sult was wonderful. P. P. P. SAVES HIS LEG. “ Jacksonville, Fla., July 1, 1895. Two years ago I had the worst ulcer on my leg 1 ever saw. It had eaten down to the bone, and my whole leg below uiy knee, and my foot was swollen and inflamed. The bone was swollen aud painful, and discharged a most offensive matter. My physicians said I bad necrosis of the bone, and my leg would have to come off. At this stage I commenced to take P. P. P. and to bathe my leg with hot castile soap suds. It began to improve at once and healed rapidly, and is to-day a sound and useful leg. “ 1 think P. P. P., Lippman’s Great Remedy, is all a man could ask for as a blood purifier, as I have known it to cure so uieterrible cases of blood poi soning in a remarkably short time. ' “ASA AMMONS.” TERRIBLE BLOOD POISON. The body covered with sores—two bottles of P. P. P. made a positive and penuauent cure. This is only one of many thousand similar cases. Catarrh yields at once to P. P. P. That smothered feeling at night, that heavy feeling in the day can and should be removed ; P. P. P. will do it if you only give It a chance. Indigestion and constipation go hand in hand. Headaches and total loss of appetite are the results. Regulate yourself and tone up your stomach with IJ.1 J . P. P. Sold by all druggists LIPPMAN BROS., Apothecaries, Sole Prop’rs, Lippman’s Block, Savannah, da. Health js Wealth. DR. E. C. WEST’S NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT THE ORIGINAL. ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS, Is ro!(1 under positive Written tiuarnntee. by authorized agents only, to cure Weak Memory, Dizziness, Wakefulness, Fits, Hysteria, Quick ness, Night Losses, Evil Dreams, Lack of Confi dence, Nervousness, Lassitude, all Drains, Youth ful Errors, or Excessive Use of Tobacco, Opium, or Liquor, which leads to Misery, Consumption, Insanity and Death. At store or by mail, $1 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 sold to each person. At store or by mail. iffgTßed Label Special X/ejfljl Exfra Strength. J e v?Kg F° r Impotency, Loss ofmv ; vf| igv.VTr Power, Lost Manhood, tLI fly Tf TEi wK. Sterility or Barrenness.;, AVI < *^ErVHnfl a box; six for $5, Wither Tv Ny/ lAlrlf'written EsaranterSfs^V \ to cure in 30 days. At Bture™2VsSL v ©BPORE or by mall. AFTER W. J. BUTTS, The Druggist, cor. Newcas tle and Gloucester streets, Brunswick, Ga. Moderate prices. Telephone 27. Prescriptions a specialty. Every merchant in Georgia is in vited to ask the Downing company for prices or groceries and feed. ALL THE NEWS IN 4 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. [T. C. CALHOUN, Editor.! As we daily pursue our accustomed rounds through the city in search of events, in order to chronicle them for the people, it is our privilege to ob serve among our people the drift of sentiment, and how they feel on the various questions before the public. I desire, therefore, to speak of a few things—l’ll say evils—that those who essay to be the leaders of us may pon tleij over, and perchance act along more practical and decisive lines for their own good. There are those among us who say openly: “The negro is no good”. Such a man is a pessimist, and lives only on the dark side of life, being shut out from the light of the better side by base, unseemly prejudices. Then there are others, a little worse than the pessimest, who say that “the negro is degenerating—intellectually, physically, and morally”. But, how in the name of common sense, can any man ever hope to prove such an assertion in the face of a superabun dance of axiomatic tacts to the con trary ? Why, look! Only thirty three years removed from bondage, when not one in one hundred could read his name, now scholars of ac knowledged ability. Colleges all over the land are sending forth hundreds of negro boys and girls every year, and not a word of complaint comes trom these colleges that the negro is growing mentally incapable of higher training. Many of these colleges are presided over by men inimical to the higher training of the negro, at that Thirty-three years ago no poets; now, Paul Lawrence Dunbar and a host of others are singing songs of such surpassing harmony that the world stops to listen and says: “Ex cellent.” Thirty-three years ago no men of letters; now, Scarborough and others are writing text books, received by the best scbools in the land. Other current writers are touching upon every question that arises in every phase of life. Is this intellectual de generation? Thirty-three years ago only 4,000,- 000 negroes in this country; now, 11,000,000, averaging yearly 212,122. How is that for physical degenera tion? Our intellectual and physical growth is to a large degree depen dent upon the moral growth. Have we grown intellectually? Have we grown physically? We have grown morally. Ex-Senator Ingalls, when he wants to have ago at the negro, generally makes statistics of his own, and some body has been deceived into using them to thrust a blow at the negro. And for what? If anybody doesn’t want to be a negro, why don’t they go and whitewash themselves, and not try to brand the negro as being an in- 1 tellectual, physical, and moral de generate nothing? If any man knows of any weakness of his people and gets up and parades it before the world, he simply shows his foolhardi ness and his incapacity to retain any confidence which may be re posed in him. if there is a wrong, seek to right it, rather than to make it a greater wrong. If there is an evil influence at work, tending toward our absolute degeneration and consequent exter mination, destroy the cause and the effect will die. It cannot be done, however, by exhuming some old dead theory and liarping on it. It must be done by practical methods. For this is a practical age vre are living in, and there are no philosophers nowa j s, but plenty of specialists; so that whoever sets himself up as a philoso pher, the people will set him down as 1 k colossal ignoramus. THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA., FRIDAY MOKNING. AUGUST 6, 1897. “GREATEST ON EARTH.” Dr. Julies’ Restorative Nervine. Mr. It. T. Caldwell, is book-keeper In the First National Bank of Fulton, Ky. “I was completely run down, My nerves became so unstrung through loss of sleep and worry that I felt sure I would be com pelled to give up my position l would lie awake all night long, anil It took but little i ' CALDWELL, to shake me up so that I could not possibly attend 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 flesh. I was persuaded to try Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nervine. X first procured a trial bottle from a local druggist and good resultaqulckly followed. I then procured a dollar bottle, and by the time X had used this up X was a different man. X am now on my third bottle and am able to ‘■’eep soundly and cat regularly, something [ could not possibly do before taking your Nervine. I am now fiilhi recovered, and do not hesitate to pronounce Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine the greatest nervine on earth.'' Fulton, Ivy. It. T. CALDWELL. Dr. Bliles’ Nervine, is soid on a positive guarantee that, the first bottle will benefit. All druggists seil it at 81,6 bottles forgo, or it will he sent, prepa id, on receipt of price by the Dr. Miles .Medical Cos., Elkhart. ‘ Ind. Dr. Miles’ Nervine Re . s ‘° H r e e a s , t h PAINE, MURPHY & C 0„ BROKERS — Orders Executed o"cr Our Private Wires —For— COTTON, STOCKS, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS For Cash or on Margins. Local Securities Bought and Sold. Telephone, 530. Board oX Trade Building, Jackson Building, Savannah. Ga. < Atlanta, Ga. J. B. ABRAMS. Brunswick Representative. Joerger’s Pharmacy. DRUGS, PERFUMERY, ETC. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Day and Night. OPPOSITE OGLETHORPE HOTEL. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. ifHimu: i. i i.t , is,,. v , , No. Nt. N. No. N of t h bound. 21 15 23. 13 tv. Brunswick 5 46a 9 3(la 5 40p TTBp Ar. Everett 6 35a 10 30a 6 80p 9 life Lv. Jesup 11 22a 10 Up “ Surreney 12 04p 11 Olp “ Baxley 12 28p 11 23p “ Hazlehnr-st 12 sop 12 OOn “ Lumber City 1 2op 12 20a “ Helena 202 p ...... 106a " Missler 218 p 1 24a “ Eastman 2 40p 1 51a “ Empire 8 07p 8 22a Lv. Rawkinsville 2 40p “ Cochran - No -? Il 19p >'• 7 T3Ga “ Macon 8 30a 4 45p; 7 lOp 415a “ ' Flovilla 9 33a 6 58p 8 Oop 6 27a ” McDonough 10 10a 6 40p; 8 45p 810a Ar. Atlanta 1110a 7 4op| 9 45p 7 15a Lv. Atlanta 2 80p 10 OOp 10 OOp 7 50a Ar. Chattanooga 7 30p 4 15a! 4 15a lOOp Ar. Louisville 7 55a 8 15pj 8 15p 7 55a Ar. Cincinnati, Q.&C . | 7 30a 7 30p' 7 30p 7 80a Lv. Atlanta ,11 5011 1200 m Ar. Washington 9 40p 6 42a “ New York I6 23a[1243p Southbound. Lv. New York ”4 30p 7777“ 777777 1275a " W ashington 10 49p 1115a Ar. Atlanta 8 55p 6 10a Lv. Cincinnati, Q.&C 8 OOp 8 36a 8 30a 8 OOp “ Louisville 7 35p 7 45a 7 45a 7 85p Lv. Chattanooga 8 00a 10 OOp 10 OOp 8 05p Ar. Atlanta 110 p 6 o;'a 5 00a 8 05p Ly- Atlanta 4 20p 5 20a 8 10a TsOp McDonough 5 20p 615a 910a 9 35p “ Flovilla 5 68p 6 59a 9 50a 10 lip Ar. Macon 7 OOp 8 10a 10 50a 11 lOp Lv. Cochran 10 06a 12 46a Ar. Hawkinsville . ... 10 50a “ Empire 77777waK7777 " Eastman 10 51a 124a “ Missler 1117a 152a “ Helena...,. 11 36a 2 07a “ Lumber City 12 35p 2 46a “ Hazlehurst I2 55p 8 08a " Baxley 1 31p 8 86a . Surreney 158 p *"• 8 57a Ar. Jesup 83. 2 38 p *4 4 40a Lv. Everett TUa. 3 30 p Tssp 6 80a Ar. Brunswick 7 45a 4 80p 8 00p|6 30a . Nos. 13 and 14—“ Pullman sleeping cars be tween Atlanta and Brunswick. Pullman drawing room sleeping ears between Jack sonville. Fla., and Nashville, Tenn., via Chattanooga. Nos. 7 and 16—Pullman <2rawlng-room sleep ing cars between Macon and AshevUle, N. and. 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 stanon, Atlanta, for the reception of passengers at 9:00 p. m. Connection at Union Depot, Atlanta, for all points north, east and west. W. H. GREEN, J. M. CULP, Gen 1 Superintendent, Traffic Manager. Washington, D. 0. Washington, D. C. W. A. TURK, 8. H. HARDWICK, . Gen’l Pass. Agt. Asst. G*n’l Pass. Agi. Washington, D. a Atlanta. Ga. To Macon. For the Georgia state league Amer ican Wheelmen, Macon, Ga , August 5, the Plant system will sell round trip tickets from Brunswick to Macon ac rate of S7.GO for the round trip. Tickets on sale August 4 and 5, with Anal limit up to and including Au gust 6. A liberal price will be paid at this office for the delivery of any of all of the following issues of The Times: June 23; August 6, 8,24; September 13, 23, 29; October 2,4, 5, 27, 29, 1890, and April 14, 1897. THE GENERAJ REDUCTION IN BICYCLE PRICES eloquently proclaims the fact that to-day “ 18 year old ” BICYCLES I 80 °-° POPULAR LIST PRICE sßo°-° “Are the Standard of the U. S. A.” the highest priced, high-grade wheels on the market. Rambler buyers who saved S2O are now smiling l 1897 catalogues free. Agents at all important points. Gormuily & Jeffery Mfg. Cos., WASHINGTON, D.C. J. A. MONTGOMERY. Agent, BRUNSWICK GA MADE ME A MAN §AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE ALL Nervous Diseases— Fulling Mem ory, Impotency, Sleeplessness, etc., caused by Abuse and other Excesses and India* cretions. They tjuiv/cly awl 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. Their use shows immediate improve* ' x ?ent aud effects a CURE where all others fail. In eist upon having the genur Ix3 Ajax Tablets. They have cured thoi sands and v.ill cure you. We give a positive written guarantee to effect a cure in each case or refund the money. Price 50 cent s per package, or eix packages (full treatment] for $2.50. By mail, in plain wrapper, upon receipt of price. Circular free. AJAX REMEDY CO., SB c u^"r^ t " For sale in Brunswick, Ga., by WILLIAM CROVATT & CO. Brunswick Grocery Cos. Sole Agents For the Famous _ A THE BEER THAT MADE MILWAUKEE FAMOUS. UNEQUALLED FOR TABLE USE. Wholesale Grocers. LIQUORS, TOBACCOS, PIPES AND CIGARS. We recommend "Duke of Cumberland,” ne Old Whjsky, for Medic.il and Family use J. M. Bloodwortli, Ocean Pier Store. Full line of Groceries, Cold Drinks,Cigars, Flc All Islanders should call. B lITIH B Amiii 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 rose, and the hush of Hebe combine in Pozzom'u wemdroua Powder Hotel St. Simon... ST. SIMON ISLAND, GA. Season of 1897, 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. lew li, Mill mi Boston illaE aiiing rom PASSENGER SERVIGE. PROPOSED HOURS OF SAILING FROM BRUNSWICK DURING THE MONTH OF JULY RIO GRANDE Friday, July 2,7.00 a. m. COLORADO Friday, July 23,1.00 p. m COLORA DO Friday, July H, 1.00 p. in. RIO GRANDE Friday, July £0,0.00 a. ni RIO GRANDE Friday, July 10,7.30 a. in. For general information, steamers, (rains, rates, etc., apply to any railroad agent, or to CIIAS. DAVIES, Agent, 220 W. Bay St.,.Jacksonville, bin. A. P. MURPHY, Agent, Fernandina. Fla H. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick. Ga. C 11, MALLORY & CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. River, and 303 Broadway, N. Y. PLANT SYSTEM. PASSENGER DEPARTMENT. no, si so. 93. Tim© Table 1 no. 94. no. 02, Passenger Mixed NO, 18. I Passenger Mixed Daily. Effective Sunday June j Daily. Daily, Daily. 0, 1897,12 01 am i 7 30am 045 pm... lv Brunswick ar 7 45am.... il 40pm.... 10 00am.... 900 pm ar Waycross lv 6 00am... 9 25pm.... 1105 am... 925 pm lv Waycross ar 550 am... fiOOum 1 00pm... 11 59 pm.. ar Tifton lv 310 am. 515 pm.... 1 05pm... 12 10 am lv Tiftton ar : 2 55am.... 5 05pm.... 2 25pm... 155 am ar Albany iv 1256 am.... 340 pm.... 12 30 pm... 12 30 am ar Savannah lv 300 am 400 pm ar Charleston lv 1100 pm 1 00pm... 12 15pm ar Jacksonville lv 700 pm 815 pm... 10 30 am ar 8t Augustine lv ar Tampa lv 2 141 am .1255 am ar ThomaaviUe lv 155 am 335 pm... I VIA TIFTL N & G. S.& F. 7 30 am..: 8 45pm lv—Brunswick.... ar 7 45am ...:J1 40pm.... 100 pm..ill 59pm ar.... Tifton .... lv 255am....i 5 16pm.... 4 30pm.i 4 05am ar.... Macon .... lv 11 25pm....i1l 50am.... 7 35pm.. i 7 45am ar ... Atlanta .... h 7 00pm I 8 20am.... 12 35 am.. I 1 00pm ar.... chattanoga .... l\ 2 56pm....i 4 05am 645 am..j 7 00pm ar.... Nashville .... J\ • 9 00am....i1120pm. 0 40pm.. i 7 28am ar.... St. Louis .... IC. 9 25pm.... j 8 40am... ar ; lv : . | VIA WAYCROSS & MONTGOMERY. 7 31am... 645 pm... 1v.... Brunswick ....ar : 7 47am ...11 40pm.... 10 00am... 9 00pm ar..-. Waycross ....lv • i 6 00am ... 9 25pnr 9 20pm . 8 10am ai ...Montgomery ....lv j ; 7 45pm ... 8 50am.... 12 22 am.. 12 05am ar —Birmingham.... Ivj i 4 00pm ...; -6 48am 6 45am... 7 00pm ar Nashville lv i ! 9 05pm ...ill 20am 0 40pm... 7 20am ar St. Louis lv; ; 9 25pm ... j 8 40am 12 27pm... 2 30pm ar Louisville lv; i 2 55am ...i 5 45am 4 12pm.. 705 pm ar ....Cincinnati. lvi ill 00pm ... I 2 00a m BETWEEN BRUNSWICK, MACON & ATLANTA—VIA TIFTON ANJ* MACON. 7 3la m.. 0 45pm iav.... Brunswick ....ar i 7 45am ~ .ill 40pm .. 430 pm.. 4 05am |ar.... Macon ....lv 11 25pm ..11 50am ... 735 pm .. 7 45am jar Atlanta .... .lv | 7 60pm ... | 8 20am .. S—Regular stop. F—Stop on signal. Direct connection made at Wavcross with through Pullman Sleeping Care for Montgomery, Nashville, Savannah, Charleston, and all points North; also Tampa and St. Augus tine. Keeling chairca s between Waycross and Montgomery via Thomasyille. B. DUNHAM, GKO. W. COATES, B. W. WRENN, General Supt. Division Pass. Agent. Pass. Traflio Manage*. /i®s& CUMBERLAND ROUTE SUMMER SCHEDULE. Effective July 5. BRUNSWICK - CUMBERLAND - FERNANDI NA LINK. Daily Except Sunday, Going— lAave Brunswick 8:00 am Arrive Cuipberland Island 10:00 a m Arrive Fernandina 12:00 a m Returning— I/eave Fernandina 1:80 pm Leave Cumberland Island 3:30 pm Arrive Brunswick... ssßo p ui Sundays. Going- Leave Brunswick *:ooam Leave St. Simon Pier 8:00 am Arrive Cumberland Island 11:00am Upturning— Leave Cumberland Island jMO p m Arrive st. Simon Pier .. &::M) p m Arrive Brunswick 0:5S0 p m Bit UN S WICK- ST. SIMON LINK. , Week Days’. Lv. Brunswick . . ,8:00 am 2:<)0 pin 0:0o\ m Lv. St. Simon Pier... .0:00 a m 0:1' ain 1 ::o pin Sundays. Going— Leave Brunswick.. 8:00 a m 10:00 a m 2:oo’p in Returning— Lv. St. Simon Pier. 11 :::0 a m 5::to p m 10:45*p m Note—Car will leave St. Simon Pier for hotel on arrival of steamer from Brunswick. Re turning will leave hotel for St. Simon Pier I’* minutes before schedule time for departure of boat. For further information apply to W. M. T UPPER & Cos., Managers. Brunswick, Ga., July 26,1807. It. 11. RAYMOND, General Passenger Agent. Ice Cream, Ice cream soda, Milk shakes, Soda water, Wine cocoa. Full line of Cigars and To bacco. FresluFruits. Confectionery. £li r Zissamato, 302 H NEWCASTLE ST, NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS ANDTHE PUBLIC- Sealed proposals are hereby invited by the undersigned commissioners of roads ami rev enues of Glynn county, Georgia, for the erection and completion of anew court house building in said comity of Glynn agreeable to the plans and specifications prepared by Frank p. Mil lmrn, architect, of Charlotte, N. C., which plans and specifications arc nowon file in the office of said commissioners and open to the inspection of the public and which will remain on file uml open to inspection during the continuance of this notice, and sad bids or proposals to be likewise made agreeable to the following stipu lations and conditions, to wit : First. The building to beerected is to be 90 1-2 feet front and-to run back 661-2 feet; to have a basement and two stories, the basement to be of granite and the first and second stories of bull brick and the root of till. For a more de tailed description of said building reference is hereby had to the plans aud specifications ou file in the office ol said commissioners. Second. The contractor do ng the work shall be paid as follows: When the first floor joints arc on twenty (20) per cent of the contract price; when the second floor joints are on fif teen (15) per cent of the contract prim'; 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) percent, of the contract price to be paid upon the comple tion and acceptance of the work. The work to bo done under the superintendence of the coun ty architect and payments made in accordance with his specifications. Third. The bids or proposals will bo received at the commissioners’ oflice in the court liouso of said county of Glynn up to ten (10) o’clock a. m. of August third (3d), 1897. at which time tin proposals will be opened and considered, the commissioners reserving to themselves the right to reject any or all bids. Fourth. All bids or proposals must bo accom panied by a ccrt fled check on some reliable bank for the sum of one Ihuusand (fcl.OOO) dol lars, made payable to the order of James s. Wright,chairman of the board 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 company bond in the sum of double the amount of the contract price within thirty (30) day* from the date of signing the contract lor the faiihlul performance of the contract. Should -such con tractor fail to sign a contract or to give the re quired bond tho 41,000 check will be forfeited to the county of Glynn as liquidated damages oc casioned by the delay. Ifieal). ' JAMES S. WRIGHT, Chairman. K. F. CONEY, 11. 11. HARVEY’, Commissioners of Roads and Revenues of Glynn County, Georgia. Attest: J. O. LEHMAN, Clerk of Commissioners. PATENTS Eugene W. Johnson, Solicitor ana Attorney in Patent Causes. 1729 York Ave., Washington. D. C. Office established 1808. Charges moderate Correspondence requested. The Rosy Freshness And a velvety softness of the skin is inva riably obtained by those who uso Pozzoni’s Complexion Powder.