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Royal makes the food pure, wholesome and delicious. tm &AKIN IS POWDER Absolutely Pure ROVAL BAKINO POWDER CO., NEW YORK. THE MARKETS. Quotations By Telegraph for The Times’ Commercial Readers. . Paine, Murphy & Co.’s Stock Letter. Savannah, Aug. 12.—Speculation in stocks continued active and strong reaching a volume of transactions in excess of yesterday’s business There was heavy realizing sales by domestic traders and arbitrage houses sold al though London cables reported pub lic buying of American securities at that center. Paine, Murphy & Co.’s Cotton Letter. Savannah, Aug. 12.—The market today has shown very little animation, a slightly lower range of values has been established as a result of disap pointing Liverpool cables and reports of rain at Kerrville, Tyler, Ballinger, Brenham, Dallas, Houston, Lampassa, Longview, Orange, SaD Marcus and Luting, Texas, and also good rains in Louisiana, Mississippi and Georgia. Paine, Murphy & Co.’s Grain Letter. Savannah, Aug. 12. —The greatest excitement in a long time has pre vailed on the board today, the chief interest being in wheat, although coarse grains received their share of attention later in the session. Chicago Quotations. Paine Murphy & Co.’s Quotations. Wheat-- Open. High. Close. September Hi 5-8 84 1-2 83 1-8 December .... SI 5-8 83 5-8 S2 J-s Com-- September .... 27 1-2 28 1-4 27 7-s December 28 1-2 21) 5-8 2i) 1-4 Oats-- September 17 1-4 18 17 8-1 Decemlmr 18 1-2 IV) 18 7-8 Pork-- September.... 7.50 7.95 7.90 January .... • Laid-- September.... 4.90 4.87 4.35 October 4.89 4.42 4 40 Sides-- September 4.90 4.K5 4 82 October 4.75 4.8? 4.85 Big Transfer. Peoria, 111., Aug. 12.—Deeds were died today transferring property in Peoria of the American Glucose com pany and of the Peoria Grape Sugar company to the Glucose Sugar Refin ing company of New Jersey. The consideration of the former is $1,075,- 000, and of tlie lalter, $900,000. To Tho Fair. Columbus, 0., Aug. 12.—President McKinley has accepted an invitation to attend the Ohio State Fair here at the opening, on August 31. Imported and domestic wines, such as Murnm’s Extra Dry, Rhine wine, claret, sherry, port, blackberry, Tokay, Muscatel, etc., always in stock at 210 Bay street. T. Newman, proprietor. Yffl CM RIVE MONEY By taking advantage of our 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT SALE On Boys’ Clothing. Many Suits Heavy Enough For Fall Wear. LEVY’S—- HANNIGAN'S QUEER BOOKS. Hieroglyphics Introduced ia City Court as Evidence Yesterday. City court spent yesterday in hear ing an issue between Hannigan, a white farm laborer, Barnwell, the plantation owner who employed him. It waea unique case and bad several amusing features, Hannnigan is an ignorant man who claims that his rights have been trampled upon and bis earnings de nied him because he is too ignorant to look out for himself. Barnwell claims that Hannigan has received every cent due him either in goods or money. The amount of the laborer’s claim was $240. He exhibited in court a most original and peculiar set of books, which he explained, not with out some difficulty of expression on his part and some lack of comprehen sion on the part of the jury. Hanni gan can neither read nor write, but, as an unique accountant, he seems to be a brillant success. In these books of his he indicated the various articles he received from Captain Barnwell by signs strange and uncouth. A long straight mark meant a sack of flour; a crooked mark, a pound of bacon ; a cross mark, a bat; a small circle, a shirt; a large cucle, a pair of pants, and so on. The jury will have a time estimating the amount of Hannigan’s account from the books which he has introduced as evidenoe. The case went to the jury at 7 o’clock. LE HARDY LEAVES On the Theokla at Daylight—Savannah Friends Are Anxious. Reporters of the local press and cor respondents of the out-of-town news papers spent yesterday in searching for Dr, J. C. Le Hardy, the missing health officer of Savannah. Dr. Le Hardy, as was told in these columns yesterday morning, came to Bruns wick on the tug Theckla with the in tention of inspecting the national quarantine here. The Times told the result of Dr. Le Hardy’s visit—how he was informed by Dr. Burford that if he should land at quarantine, lie would be detained in isolation for live days. Dr. Le Hardy didn’t care to stop. He came up to the city on the Theckla Wednesday night, but could not be found by the reporters, and it was not until late yesterday after noon that it was learned that he had sailed on the Theckla at daylight, pre sumably on bis return to Savannah. Yesterday’s Savannah Press says that Dr. Le Hardy’s friends in that city, reading of his experience here, were disposed to be uneasy about him, as they know that be is a great stick ler for professional proprieties and they want to know how he feels at being treated to a dose of his own medicine. To Writs About Brunswick. L. D. Bingham, of Baltimore, repre senting the Manufacturers’ Record, that standard trade paper, is in the city in the interest of his publication. Mr, Bingham is here to get informa tion for a write-up of Brunswick and its advantages in the Record, which has been making a specialty of such articles recently. The article will be a very valuable advertisement of the city. Move This Limb. A limb from the big tree near the corner of Mansfield and Egmon streets fell the other day, tearing down several panels of the prepara tory school fence. The limb has not been removed, and impedes traffic on the street. The tree was condemned by the city council some time ago, but has not been felled. Cargo of Flour. Captain Rosendo Torras will short ly ship a cargo of dour to Spain. He is also preparing to make extensive corn shipments from this port to that country. Excursion to Baltimore. The Plant System has named the low rate of $18.50 for round rrip from Brunswick to Baltimore via Savannah and M. AM. T. Cos. Tickets to be sold August 10th, 11th, 13th and 14tb, with dual limit 20 dajs from date of sale. * THE TIMES l BHUNSWICK, UA., FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 13. IBJ7. SHIPPING REPORT. COBBICTXD DAILY BY CAPT. OTTO JOUANNIBON WITH JC. H. MASON A CO. port of Brunswick! August' 12, üb;. AKKIVED. CLEARED. SAILED. IN POUT. STEAMSHIPS. State of Texas, Am es, 1328, Staples, New York, Mallory Line—New York: via Port Royal. SHIPS. Sarks. Stephen G Ha-t, Am bk, 589, Hart, Walctsooro, Hilton-Dodge—Boston. Hawfruen, Nor bk,CB2, Monsen, Santoo, Hilton-Dodge. Prospero, It bk, 409, Pidatello, Palermo —Hilton-Dodge. Lindorss Abbey, Br bk, 832, Clark, Al goa Bay, Downing Cos. Tula, Sp bk, 425. Rua, Havana, Padrosa. Maria, Sp bk, 273, Cerci, Havana, Torras Rosenius, Nor bk, 532, Bahia, Downing Cos. Tafalla, Sp bk, 995, Roig, Havana, Pa drosa. Augustine Kobbe, Am bk, 506, Olivera, New Bedford, Torras—Cape Verdi. BRIGS. Joven Antonio, Sp brg, 237, Ferren, Ha vana, R Torras. Starlight, Am brg, 216, Holt, New Y'ork, Downing Co —Rio Grande do Sul. SCHOONERS. E P Avery, Am schr, 482, Salvage, New York, j H McCullough—New Haven. Georgette Lawrence, Am schr, 20J, Rol lent, Charleston, J H McCullough—New York. Jesse C Woodhull, Am schr, 573, Town send, New Y'ork, Emanuel & Co—New York. John C Gregory, Am schr, 323, Hutchin son, New York, Hirsch & Co—New York. Charles K Buckley, Am schr,4B2, Town send, New Y'ork, Yellow Pine Co—New York. Susie M Plumher, Am schr, 808, Creigh to Carbareau. Alice, Am sch, 262, Reis, St. Vincent, Torras, Agnes Manning, Am schr, 940, Heyer. New York, N Gregertsen—Perth Amboy, RECAPITULATION. Steamships, 1: Ships, 0: Barks, 9; Brigs, 2; Schooners, 8. Total, 20. CITY ITEMS. Local Happenings That Are Too Short for Heads. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. M. Strachan re turned yesterday from Savannah. Miss Ileleue Franklin has returned from a visit to friends at Tifton. Mr. J. G. Spottswood, of Waycross, was in the city yesterday on business. Julius M. Brown, the prominent Atlantian, is in the city at the Ole thorpe. S. L. Davis, of High Point, N. C., was at the Oglethorpe yesterday, on a business trip. Miss Josephine du Bignon is visiting friends at St. Simon. She will return home this evening. For sale—milk, butter, buttermilk, cream and curds. Order by wagon driver or telephone 168, Jersey Dairy Cos. 8 13-lm. MissLeynla Brown has opened her school of penmanship and typewriting in the old Riflemen’s armory, fronting the Oglethorpe hotel. 11-3 t Mr. John J. Newton has returned home after a visit to the l’aciflc slope. He spent some time in San Francisco, and also visited Denver, returning via Asheville, N. C. Judge William H. Felton, Jr,, of Macon, was at the Oglethorpe last night, on his way home from Cumber land where his family has been spend ing the summer. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Palmer left last night for Chattanooga, where they will visit relatives. Mr. Sealy Pal mer will proceed to Bellebuckle. Tenn., where he will enter Webb’s school, and prepare himself to enter Emory College . They Are All Right. The Russian bark Martinson sailed yesterday. The mate and carpenter had entirely recovered from the effects of the turpentine gas which came near terminating their lives. Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic Cures Fever In One Day. Social Entertainment The AlacDonell Epworth League will give a social entertainment Fri day evening at the residence of Mrs. C. R. Waite, 117 North Amherst street. The committee in charge promises all attending a pleasant evening. Something new in social amusements is on the program. All members are cordially invited to at tend. No. 216 Bay street is headquarters for the original Budweiser and Pale beers, at wholesale and retail. HOW ! YOUR.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. CALL AND SEE US. KENNON MlffTaWptt. 215 Newcastle St. Examiner of watches for the Southern Bail u uv. Time daily at 11 o’clock from Washington. DOING GOOD WORK. Removal of Bar Material by Goodyear's Pocket Dredge, The dredging on the bar is progress ing very nicely. The tug Alexander Jones, which came to this port with the intention of taking pait in the tugboat war, has been engaged by Col. Goodyear to assist in his work, and will not find time to do much towing. The removal of the bar material is being accomplished successfully and rapidly by the pocket dredge, and it i6 believed that the depth necessary to the payment of the next instalment of the appropriation will be rapidly ob tained. The Excursion. The Riflemen’s excursion to St. Simon last night was quite a success. Good crowds left on the 2 and 8 p. m, boats, all returning at 1 o’clock this a. in. Manager Glancey entertained the excursionists with a dance at Hotel St. Simon. No Verdict Yet. Coroner Jennings and the officers are still investigating the murder mys tery. The coroner’s jury lias not yet rendered a verdict in the case. Clues are hard to get. GARFIELD’S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO, Gloucester St., (Opposite Express Office.) Wort 111 Ml Brancles. Copying and Enlarging of All Kinds. SATIS FACT IO X Gt" A RAN TK KI. F. GOGOWIN, 207 Newcastle Street. Clotting, Sloes: flats aid Gents’ Faraisliais.^^ 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! IS 11 , Save and thereby make what hundred* will lose Money -by trading: with us. below you will bee a lew of our many leaders: Boston Baked Deans, 8-pouml tin lo‘* Host Can Corn in the city lo‘* 8-pound Can Peaches Insynip, very nice. 12' vC 1 -pound tin Mackerel in tomato sauce. Is‘* Nice fat, juicy Mackerel 10 3 KEANY & BAILEY, GROCERS, Telephone No. 11. 312 Newcastle Street. Livery Draying P AND . Stables. ™ D . heed Sale Morris & Lee, Mansfield Street. Old Street Car Stabi es. Hotel St. Simon... ST. SIMON ISLAND, GA. Season of 1887, May 15 to Ist. Steamers leave Brunswick for Hotel four times each day, connecting with all trains. JACK H. CLANCEY, Mgr. WIFFN YOTTP A,ul t,ie steak is Goo<l '* IV/L 11 You may be sure that it came from HONOR IS CHARLES \ r P otf 4| r BAUMGARTNER & Cos, A 1 OJ. JiAIV 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. GOME QUICK. IRON FENCING. MONUMENTAL WORK. Brunswick Marble and Granite Works. KEED E. LaMANCE, Proprietor* J.M, Madden, A. IL Lank, W.B. Cook, W.NrssuAUM, I resident. V ice-1 resident. Cashier. Asst. Cashier THE MERCHANTS & TRADERS BANK OF BRUNSWICK. CAPITAL, *IOO,OOO. SURPLUS, lo,OCO. DIRECTORS: James L. Foster, .1.1!. \\ right, C. D. Ogg, M. Kaiser, Moses Isaac, A. H. Lane, J. M. Madden, A. G. P. Dodge, ir. . Accounts of All Solvent Institutions Are Soliiited. A Savings Department Is Maintained in This Bank and Accounts ot Women and Minors Are Solicited. C. DOWNING, President. E. D. WALTER, Cashier. K H. MASON, Vice President T he National 3 ank of 3 f unswick CASH CAPITAL $150,000- Deals Liberally With Its Pa'mns 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 agentsjor Capt. Charles S. Wylly’s new map of Glynn County. x The most complete. The most correct. Price - - - sl-00. Fleming & Waff. J. J. LISSNER. —WHOLESALE— Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions. Grain, Hay and Bran A Specialty? IBS GRANT T sueets! ~ Brunswick, Ga.