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wholesome and delicious. pom &AKINO POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., NEW YORK. CHARGES AGAINST HENMAN. Fr-ther Particulars of the Unfortunate Con dition of an ex-Brunswickian. The Macon Telegraph has the fol io ving story of the misfortunes of the ex cashier of the Oglethorpe National bank, 'which have caused so much re gret to his friends in Brunswick : John L. N. Henman, an ex-bank clerk and unfortunate member of a proud and honorable family, who is in the police station serving out a sen tence for drunkenness and resisting an officer, is wanted in Coweta county on the charge of cheating and swin dling and being a common cheat. A worrant containing the charges against Ilenman wbb served on Mayor pro tem Morgan yesterday by Bailiff A mason of the city court, and as soon as Henman serves out his sentence of sixty days he will be taken back to Newnan. The warrant was sworn out by 11. G. (Hover. No details are known. Henman lias been engaged in the insurance business in various parls of the state. But for tlie foresight of Mayor pro tem Morgan, it is highly probable that Ilenman would have been re leased from the city prison before the waarrnt arrived. A friend of Ilenman olfered to stand his bond Saturday, but Mayor Morgan declined to accept it, not because he was afraid it would not hold good if put to ttie test, but, as he explained yesterday, because he hud an intuition that something would turn up. Had the money, the amount of his fine being $3O, been paid, Mayor Morgan would have been compelled to release Ilenman, and the fine would have been paid if it had been known that the bond was re fueed. Henman owes bis present predica ment to liquor. He is of fine family and lias held fine positions, having been at one time cashier of a leading bank at Brunswick, and has held other responsible positions. He is said to be a first-class insurance man, and as long as he abstains from liquor conducts himself in an upright, honor able manner. He has a good address, is well educated and has ail the ap pearances of a gentleman. He may be able to explain the Coweta county charges when given the opportunity. Notice. All persons having business with depnty collector of internal revenue, can find him at 225 South Albany street. W. 11. Matthews, Deputy Collector. Y 1 CM SH MB By taking advantage of our 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT SALE On Boys’ Clothing. Many Suits Heavy Enough For Fall Wear. " LEVY'S— THE ffIIDSDMIER COMERS AND GOERS. A Column of Live Personal Gossip for the Times Read ers. THE ISLANDS AND THE CITY. i Visitors From Other Cities to Ours and From Ours to Other Cit ies. Humane Society, Thursday night. Join the Humane Society Thursday night. T. Schuman of Philadelphia, is here on business. Send in your name for enrollment in the Humane Society. R. J. Redick, of St. Simons, is in the city at the Oglethorpe. Eugene Mortimer of Columbus, was at the Oglethorpe last night. W. A. Robinson, of Troy, Ala., was at the Oglethorpe yesterday. Miss Jeanette Colson leaves shortly for Arkansas, to visit relatives. The work of repairing the Mansfield street sewer continued yesterday. Smith D. Pickett, the Southern Railway man, was here yesterday. The Atlantic Gun club team will re turn from Warm Springs this morn ing. Mrs. 11. G. Peacock and Miss Mary Minge, of Selma, Ala., are in the city, it the Oglethorpe. Mrs. M. Heyraan went to Macon and Atlanta last Monday, in company with her two sons, Oscar and Harry, to spynd a few weeks. Mi&sLeynla Brown lias opened her school of penmanship and typewriting in the old Rillemen’e armory, fronting the Oglethorpe hotel. 11-3 t Mr. W. M. Bent, general agent of the Standard Oil Cos., at Savannah, was in the city yesterday, attending to the duties of his position, The handsome residence of Mr. M. Elkan will be completed in two months. The interior work being of special design, will require much time. Capt. W. F. Kilgore of the revenue cutter Boutwell, now has a month’s leave of absence, which he will spend at Sag Harbor, Me., where his family now is. The Darien lug John C. Mallonee, in charge of Capt. Harry Berrie, ar rived Isat night with the schooner Ed mund A. Gaskell in tow. The Gaskell will proceed up the Satilla. Jeweler Ken non Mott has receiyed advices that work has begun on the city clock, at the Howard factory. The tower is about ready for the placing of the big chronometer. Judge John Ross, who has been in the city for two days, presiding in city court, spent yesterday afternoon at St. Simons, and left last nigbt for his home in Macon. The judge has made many frieuds here. Miss Bessie Johnson, who has been visiting Miss Bessie Anderson, leaves this morning for Atlanta, to the re gret of many friends, who were charmed not only by her rare personal beauty, but her uuusual accomplish ments as well. The championship bicycle races for the handsome medal on exhibition at Mott's are scheduled for this after noon on the boulevard. No public announcement has been made of the time or the arrangement of events and it cannot be stated whether or not the races will occur. SAVANNAH KICKS. Objeets to Being in the Same Internal Rev enue Distriot as Brunswick. Savannah has anew grievance against the Republican administra tion. It appears that H. A. Rucker, the newly appointed collector of in ternal revenue, has favored Bruns wick, and mads this city the head quarters of his department in this dis trict. By the new arrangement, Sav-‘ annah is in this district, and is under the jurisdiction of W. 11. Matthews, of this city, appointed by Rucker as deputy collector. This doesn’t suit Savannah, and she wants a deputy collector of her own. A petition is being prepared, to be for warded to the authorities, asking that a change be made. No. 216 Bay street is headquarters for the original Budweiser and Pale beers, at wholesale and retail. ThE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA„ WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 11, 1897. BILIOUS PILLIOUSNESS. WMV SOUK IllUtll S PEOPLE TAKE PILLS AND OTHEKS DOST. Biliousness is much misunderstood. So many people have it, that ’tis worth understanding, the more so as it is easy enough, if you begin right. Liver secretes a fluid called bile. Bile goes to the intestines, where it performs important work in digestion. Sometimes bile passages in liver get clogged. This is biliousness. “Pllliousness” is the idea that by taking a pill which stimulates the liver, we may cure biliousness, ll is only an idea. Pill-taking relieves but does not cure it. The cure can only come through the stomach. Who? Biliousness is caused by the poison of undigested food, irritating the liver. To cure biliousness, these poisons must be got out of the stomach. The only sure way to do this is with Shaker Digestive Cordial. Shaker Digestive Cordial is a pleas ant, tonic aid to digestion, prepared from roots, herbs and wine by the Shakers of Mount Lebanon, It helps the stomach to digest its food, and sweeps out of the system all danger ous poisons. In this way it cures biliousness, headache, nausea, dizziness, bad taste, stomachache, fever, flatulence, consti pation, loss of appetite, etc., when other remedies only geve temporary relief. All druggist. Ten cents for a trial bottle. Write for interesting book to The Shakers,3o Reade Street, New York, WHIMS OP THE WEALTHY, Mrs. Carnegie is Haring Remarkable Changes Made at Dungeness. Mrs. Carnegie is not content with the money she has already lavished in making Dungeness one of the finest private resorts in the world. She will expend still larger amounts between now and January 1, in adding more improvements to h a r magnificent es tate. During the past summer, improve ments to the value of SIOO,OOO have been made at Dungeness. A casino has been built, and a magnificent ad dition to the main house erected. A characteristic fact in connec tion with the latter structure is that under Mrs. Carnegie’s instruc tions, the veranda work of the main building, newly erected and worth $5,000, was torn down and the mate rial carted away to the woods so as not to interfere with the plans of the addition. Mrs. Carnegie now decides that the Mooring in the main bouse and addi tion does not suit her taste. The Moor ing in the addition has just been laid, but it does not please My Lady, and— expense is nothing—accordingly Con tractor McGittin, of Fernandina, who does all Mrs. Carnegie’s work, has been instructed to take up all the floors, throw the material away, and iay new ones, in the style known as parquette—which means a combina tion of various fine woods, matched in a mosaic efi'ect that is most striking and, above all, attractively fin de siecle. Contractor McGifl'en has written Mr. Tom Hackett, ot this city, to secure some good workmen here and repair to Dungeness at once, so that the work can be accomplished speedily. The whims of the wealthy are most peculiar; aud those who have been watching the transformation at Dun geness would not be at all surprised to hear that Mrs. Carnegie has ordered the monumental manor house with its towers and great pillars, entirely de molished and anew structure erected in its place. Johnson’s Chill and Fever Tonic Cures Fever In One Day. Want the Mills. A firm in Valdosta is negotiating for the lease or purchase of the Bruns wick Grist Mills, with the idea of op erating the plant continuously. Noth ing definite has been agreed upon, but it is probable that a trade will be made. •M. HOW ARE DR EYES? If they are bad call and have them properly fitted to glasses. We guarantee a correct adjustment; we guarantee the frames; we guarantee the lenses. CAM. AND SEE PS. KENNON MOTT, and Optician. 215 Newcastle St. Examiner of watches for the Southern 15 ail w ay. Time daily at 11 o’clock from Washington. NO VERDICT YET. The Coroner’s Jury Still Silent—Levison’s Theory. The coroner’s jury in the case of the negro found murdered in the vacant Bay street structure did not render a verdict yesterday. They have not ceased taking evidence, and are look ing for new light, both as to the iden tity of the murdered man and the cir cumstances of his death. Assistant Chief Levison, who has patiently studied the case, told his theory of it to a Times’ man last night. “The unknown negro,” said the offi cer, “was evidently killed by an asso ciate. The two, according to my theory, were either sneak thieves or burglars, and came to the city to try their success. They used the vacant iiouse as a rendezvous. They probably had some booty in their possession, and one killed tlie other, escaping with their plunder. The gambling theory will not hold, as there was no light or candle, or sign of either, about.” Johnson's Chill anti Fever Tonic Cures Fever In One Day. ROOSEVELT'S PLANS Naval Militiamen Much Encouraged Over His Report. The local Naval Militia are much encouraged over the report of Assist ant Secretary of the Navy Roosevelt on the condition and prospects of the service, which report has just been published. Mr. Roosevelt compliments the Na val Militia on past progress, and his statement gives out the intimation that the service will be specially cared for hereafter. It is a part of his plan to care for each battalion which is in working order, not only with sufficient guns and other arms and boats to meet their demands, but to supply an Annapolis graduate, a machinist and a gunner of the regular navy to act as special instructors. The Lawn Party. Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. Wood, at theri elegant home on Gloucester street, en tertained a large number of guests with a lawn party last night. The grounds were ablaze with incandescent lights, fitted specially for the occasion, and lavish decorations made the natur ally lovely home a place of rare beauty and oharm. Safford Very Late. The steamer Governor Safford did not reach the city until 1130 last night, owing to heavy Mallory line freights, Loveland's orchestra, bound for Chattanooga, was on board. The musicians missed their engagement in the city last r ight, owing to the late boat. nflfJ'f b^, h Pr , IC , e Wlll be P aid at tliis ti ft l fJi he del,Ter y of ai 'y or all of t h n?on l ng ,88Ue8 of Thk Times: ir/q ni K s " s ; V 2 September 13, Hilt 18 1 T Save and thereby make what hundreds will lose Money— fiy trailing Willi us. Below you will see a few of our many leaders: Boston Uubcd Beans, 3-pound tin lo l ' -Best Cun Corn in the eiiy 10® !i-pound Can Peaches in syrup, very nice 12 1 (1 1-pound tin Mackerel in tomato sauce Is l ' Nice fat, juicy Mackerel 10 J KEANY & BAILEY. GROCERS, TelephoneNo.il. 112 Newcastle Street. Livery Draying AND , Stables. AP ® Leed ———- Sale Morris & Lee, Mansfield Street. Old Street Car Stabi es. 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. Win?\T V/ATTD Anti the Steak is Good \Y II liJN 1 UUlt Yo „ HONOR IS CHARLES A r P UTF ii - BAUMGARTNER & Cos. 1 li/A.IV Western meats from Swift. GAME IN SEASON, FINEST SAUSAGE, HAMS, BREAKFAST BACON. 305 Grant Street, and 213 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, EKED E. LaMANCE, Proprietor. J. M, Maddek, A. 11. Lank, W. K. cook, W.Ntpsfaum, President. Vice-President. Cashier. Asst. Cashier THE MERCHANTS & TRADERSBANK OF BRUNSWICK. CAPITAL, *IOO,OOO. SURPLUS, *111,0(10. DIRECTORS: James L. Fester, -I. B. Wright, C.D.Ogg, 11. Kaiser, Moses Isaac, A. H. Lane, J. M. Madden, A. U. I*. Dodge, jr. . Accounts of All Solvent Institutions Are Solicited. A Savings Department Is Maintained m This Bank and Accounts of Women and Minors Are Solicited. C. DOWNING, President. E. D. WALTER, Cashier. E H. MASON, Vice President ational of 3 runsw ick CASH CAPITAL $150,000- Deals Liberally With Its Faults and Friends BURGLAR PROOF SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. KNOW YOUR COUNTY. There are various ways. The best way is to own a reliable map. We are sole agents for Capt. Charles S. Wylly’s new map of Glynn County. The most complete. The most correct. Price - - - SIOO. Fleming & Waff. J. J. LISSNER. —WHOLESALE— Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions. Grain, Hay and Bf-n A Specialty! 204 B ran T^stree ~ Brunswick, Ga.