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Wholesome and delicious, p|m &AkinG POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL BAKING POWDER 00., NEW YORK. LE HARDY COULDN’T LAND. Savannah’s Health Officer Didn’t Inspect Brunswick’s Quarantine. “If Dr. Le Hardy or anyone else lands at the quarantine station 1 will he compelled to enforce the rule and keep him or them in isolation for live days.” So said Dr. It. E. L. Burford, in charge of the Brunswick quarantine station, yesterday, when asked over the telephone about the intention of Savannah’s health officer to inspect the local station. “1 received a letter from Dr. Le Ilardy this morning,” continued Dr. liurford. “in which be stated that he would be here today to inspect the station. I will have to refuse him the pleasure, as no one is allowed to land at quarantine without a written per mit from Surgeon General Wyman, and 1 know that Dr. Le Hardy has no such permit, else i would have re ceived advance notice of it.” Scarcely had I)r. Burford ceased caking when the tug Theckla, wit!' Dr. Le Hardy and City Treasurer llardep, ol Savannah, on board, came in sight. The tug stopped in the bay opposite the station, and within bail mg distance. Dr. Burford informed his visitors that he was sorry he could not allow them the privilege of laud ing. A conversation was carried on between the surgeon on the quaran tine pier and the gentlemen on the tug for some time. Then the Theckla moved up to the Cumberland Route wharf and tied up alongside the Hes sie. Dr. Le Hardy will probably spend today in the city looking at the sew erage system, etc. Resists Receivership. Huntsville, Ala., Aug. IT.—Applica tion for a receiver for the Southern Building and Loan association of Huntsville was tiled in the federal court here today. The association will resist, and a big legal light will result. Dwyer Loses $60,000. New York, Aug. 11.—Mike Dwyer, the famous plunger, returned to this city today from his short stay at Sara toga. It is rumored that he is over $60,000 short on his race betting, A New Yacht. London, Aug. 11.—The rumor is re vived that George L. Watson is de signing anew yacht to replace the J’rince of Wales’ cutter Brittania, which he desires to sell. YI Cl SAVE MONEY By taking advantage or our 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT SALE On Boys’ Clothing. Many Suits Heavy Enough For Fall Wear. "• V. LEVY’S—- THE MIDSUMMER . COMERS AND GOERS. A Column of LivG Personal Gossip for the Times Read ers. THE ISLANDS AND THE CITY. ✓ Visitors From Other Cities to Ours and From Ours to Other Cit- Alderman Albert Fendig is contem plating a trip to New York. Mr. W. E. Burbage’s family will re turn to the city from St. Simon today. Miss Frances Nightingale and Miss Ethel Downing spent yesterday in the city. Mr. C . Downing is expected to re turn from New York on Saturday next. Killeinen’s excursion to St. Simon to night. Delightful trip, dancing at hotel. Miss Munroe Cargyle has returned to Brunswick, after a visit to Miss Downing at St. Simon. Mrs. Ed. F. Cook leaves shortly for Columbus, Ga., where she will remain a month with relatives. Mrs. J. T. Palmer leaves next week for Cuthbert, Ga., to visit her parents, Captain and Mrs. Sealy. Boats for Riflemen's excursion will leave at 2 and Sp. m. Returning leave St. Simon at midnight. Mrs. McDonald and Mrs. Rena Har ley and children will visit their old Home in Tattnall county next week. To St. Simon tonight. The Rifle men. Last excursion of the season. Tickets on sale by members of the company. Do you want a delightful airing to night? Take the trip to St. Simon with the Riflemen. Last excursion of the season. The Cumberland Route announces that it will give ample Dotice through the newspapers before taking olf the St. Simon boat. Judge Hitch performed the mar riage ceremony for a dusky couple Tuesday. The marriage was forced by process of law. Miss l.eyola Brown has opened her school of penmanship and typewriting in the old Ritlemen’s armory, fronting the Dglethorpe hotel. 11-3 t The Riflemen will excurt to St. Si mon tonight. An enjoyable trip is promised all who attend. Dancing at the hotel. Delightful moonlight ride. Messrs. J. Milton Loveland* Joe F. Cooper, Dan Mack, Rosser and Mcll ratb, composing Loveland’s orchestra left yesterday morning, via the South ern, for Chattanooga. Rev. Stephen Crockett, pastor of the Madiaon Baptist church, Madison, Ga.. is in the city at the Pennick house, with his w'tfe and children. They will spend several days. Bishop C. K. Nelson of the Episco pal diocese of Georgia, who is at pres ent in Europe, will return to Atlanta about the middle of September. He will leave England on September 7. Miss Annie Roberts, of Columbus, is spending her vacation at St. Simon Island, Miss Roberts’ trip is tbe one given by the Enquirer-Sun of that city for the most popular bookkeeper, in the recent contest, which was won by her chief, Mr. Polk Harris, who kindly complimented his assistant by allowing her to make tbe trip in his stead. Glynn’s Returns. 1 n t lie statement of tax returns from all tlie counties of tlie state, Glynn compares (juite favorably with the others. With the exception of Floyd county, in which Rome is situated, Glynn shows the smallest decrease of any county which contains a promi nent city. Rome shows an increase; all the other cities a decrease. At lanta heads the list with over $2,000,- 000. Brupswick’s is only $87,000. The chief causes of this reduction,] as stated by Tax Receiver Mason Scar eett, were the shaving of the returns of the Brunswick company and the cotton factory property, and the possession, by the National bank, of $40,000 of otherwise returnable property—all amounting to about sl2s,oooreduction. Imported and domestic wines, such as Mumm’s Extra Dry, Rhine wine, claret, sherry, port,blackberry, Tokay. Muscatel, etc., always in stock at 216 Bay street. T. Newman, proprietor. The times s bkUNsWiCK, ga„ Thursday morning, august i2. mi. BILIOUS PILLIOUSNESS. WHY SUNK MUOtS PEOPLE TAKE PILLS AMD OTHERS UOKT, Biliousness is much misunderstood. So many people have it, that 'tis worth understanding, the morn 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. It 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 tood, 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 MouDt 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, had taste, stomaohacbe, 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 Sbakers.3o Reade Street, New York. Johnson’s Chill and Fever Tonic Cures Fever In One Day. PROFESSIONALS ENTERED And Soooped the Sweepstakes at the Warm Springs Shoot. J. H, Polhill, J. E. du Big non, Alex Manoe and I)r. G. W. Blan ton, composing the Brunswick team at the interstate shoot at Warm Springs, returned home yesterday morning, and tell interesting stories of tbeir trip. In the first day’s shoot, the Brunswick shots did good work, and showed that they were equal to any of the shots from the other Georgia cities But on the second day, two new con testants appeared on the scene, and soon demonstrated that they were the only two shots on the grounds, so far, as the members of the various teams present were concerned. The two arrivals claimed they were from Charleston, and they were very readily and cheerfully admitted into the various contests, and especially the sweepstakes. The amateurs soon found out to their sorrow and finan cial loss that the new men were pro fessionals who make a business of at tending all tbe shoots in the country, and picking up as much money as they can. The professionals took all the sweepstake money, one making a rec ord of 102 out of 106 birds. Barring this interruption, the visit of the Brunswickians to the Springs was pleasant. The appioacbsng intercity shoot at Brunswick was talked around among the gun clubs assembled at the shoot, and the Atlantics bring back assur ances that teams from Macon, Atlan ta and Augusta, and probably Sav annah will be here. The two Charles ton gentlemen were politely notified, however, that they would not be al lowed to participate in the shoot in this city. Johnson’s Chill and Fever Tonic Cures Fever In One Day. The beat beer on the market is the Anheuser Busch. Sold at the Metro politan. I 111 M? 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. CALL AND SEE PS. KENNON MOTT, and Optician. 215 Newcastle St. Examiner of watches for the Southern Rail" ay. Time daily at 11 o’clock from Washington. vt/ w Got New Guns. The new guns for the Riflemen were received yesterday from Atlanta, and have been placed in the armory. The new guns are two pounds lighter than the old ones which the company has been using. The Riflemen cleaned the old guns last night, and they will be returned to the state. You may hunt the world over and you will not And another medicine equal to Chamberlain’s Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel complaint. It is pleasant, safe and reliable. For sale by druggists. Rain Stopped Races. The bicycle races booked for yester day afternoon failed. The ominous sky kept many from going to the track, and the majority of those who went got wet. The races will occur either on Saturday or Monday. Cheap Rates. The Southern railway will sell, on August 12, 13 and 14, tickets to Wash ington, D. C., Richmond and Norfolk, Va., at the rate of one fare for the round trip, with a final limit fifteen days from date of sale. Tickets will also be sold to New York, Baltimore and Philadelphia at tbe following rates tor the round trip: New York, $20.90; Philadelphia, $21.90; Balti more, $25.90. vC vr GARFIELD’S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO, Gloucester St., (Opposite Express Office.) Work In —lts Brandies. Copying and Enlarging of All Kinds. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. vG F. HOGOWIN. 207 Newcastle Street. Clotli, Sloes: Hats and Gents’ . 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. Ml 18 II Save and thereby make what hundreds will lose — Money— Ly trading with us. Below you will see a few of our many leaders: Boston Baked Beans,B-jround tin. 10'- Best Can Corn in the city 10c S-ponnd Can Peaches in syrup, very nice 12 1 le 1-pound tin Mackerel fit tomato sauce. 15c Nice fat, juicy Mackerel 10! KEANY & BAILEY, GROCERS, Telephone No. 11. 112 Newcastle Street. Livery Draying r AND , Stables. AN ° Peed Sale Morris & Lee, Mansfield Street. Old Street Car Stabi es. Hotel St. Simon... ST. SIMON ISLAND, GA. Season of 1397, May 15 to Sept. Ist. Steamers leave Brunswick for Hotel four times each day, connecting with ail trains. JACK H. CLANCEY, Mgr. YVIIFN YOUP And the Steak is Good You may be sure that it came from HONOR IS CHARLES V! AI r BAUMGARTNER & Cos. O 1 Western meats from Swift. GAME IN SEASON, FINEST SAUSAGE, IIAMS, 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. REED E. EaMANCE, Uropiietor. J. M, Madden, a. 11. Lank, W. 15. Cook, w Ntpskaum President. Vice-President. Cashier. Sr. THE i .. "^i. MERCHANTS STRADERS BANK OF BRUNSWICK. CAPITAL, #OOO,OOO. -Qy StTRI>I,ITS, #IO,OOO DIRECTORS: James E. Foster, J.B. Wright, O.R.Ogg, M. Kaiser Moses Isaac, A. H. Lane, J. M. Madden, A. u! I*. Dodge, jr. . Accounts of All Solvent Institutions Arc Solhitcd. A Savings Department Is Maintained in This Bank and Accounts of Women and Minors Are Solicited. C DOWNING, President. E. 1). WALTER, Cashier. EH. MASON, Vice President Brunswick CASH CAPITAL $150,000. Deals Liberally With Its 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. Wvllv’s ne/ map of Glynn County. The most complete. The most correct. Price - - - sl-00. Fleming & Waff. j. j. lissner! —WHOLESALE- Groceries, Tobacco, Flour. Barnn and Provisions. * Grain, Hay and Bran A Specialty io4 GRANT T sueets! - Brunswick, Ga.