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wholesome and delicious. &AkiHo POWDER Absolutely Pure BOYAL BAKING POWOEB CO., NEW YORK. Head Waiter Marries. There was a time of great festivity and good cheer at the home of Mamie Kellogg, colored, on Cochran avenue, on Sunday night, when Charlie White, head waiter at the Oglethorpe, arrayed in even more faultless evening dress than that in which receives the guests of the famous hotel, led Mamie Robinson before the officiating minister of the gospel, and had the most important ceremony of life duly and auspiciously performed. White is a painstaking and efficient head waiter, and the Oglethorpe guests all wish him much happiness, —————W WMTTSCgBEr~, gfc;.. - KWTT-T ■ “Per islent Saving fs 'J o P- art to Wealth.” xii 15 z MERCHANTS SIRADERS Ell OF BRUNSWICK, GA. Department of Savings. Deposits of one dollar and upward received and interest allowed at the rate of 4 per cent, per annum. Interest credited quarterly and compounded. . . . Accounts of Women and Chil dren are Controlled by Them selves J. M. Madden, President, A. H. Lane, Vice Presdt. W. B. Cook, Cashier. The Southern's Exhibit. The Times has received a copy of "Exhibits of the Southern Railway, Tennessee Centennial Exposition,” just issued. The few pages of the book are full of interesting matter to all interested in the South, They give a description of the Southern railway department at the exposition and a pretty full list cf the exhibits, and also give a full catalogue of the agri cultural, forest and mineral resources of the South, of her manufactures, of her people and her progress. >!<, A FAREWELL • :riii.; ‘ v (‘litweek wo will i-o > ...r new store on the t o n c ider and Newcas tle -irei . . iding farewell to our old store, leaving behind all old ideas, carrying out the new. We invite you to come to see iss, continuing your past liberal patronage, and by so doing heip us to have the most attractive place for purchases in our line in the citv. ■ ' — * LEVY’S —- WHERE IS CHARLIE BAILEY? (Continued from First Page.) covered with mud r.nd had evidently seen rough usage. Manager Smith identified it as Bailey’s coat—and, to clinch the identification, letters and papers were found in the pockets. The ooat was closely in spected, and is now in the possesion of Manager Smith. Information cametoTms Times from Waycross last night that Jones on ar riving there had spread the story that Bailey was drowned in St. Simon sound. what’s IN Tint CASK? Given the disaprearance of Bailey, the queer story of his companions with whom he was last seeD, the si lence of these sitae men when they met Manager Smith Sunday night, their failure to account for the wo men in the case, the conflicting state ments, the contradictions of the hack man and the finding of the missiDg man’s coat in the room occupied by his companions, there is certainly ‘‘something in this more than natnra 1 if philosophy could find it out.” WHO BAILEY WAS. Charlie Bailey belonged to one of the oldest and most prominent fami lies in Waycross. Bis father, lion. W. S. Bailey, served as treasurer of Ware county a number of years prior to his death. He was one of the first to settle in Waycross. The missing man was the brother of Capt. J. 8. Bailey, the lumber and railroad man ; I)r. T. A. Bailey, and Mrs. J. A. Lott and W. T. Lott, of Waycross. He was 28 years old and had a wife and two children. It is understood that he carried SS,OOO life insurance. Mr. Lott said last night: “It is not for me to take the initiative in solving this mystery. I am simply here to find out all I can. J. S. Bailey, broth er of Cnariie, will take such action as is necessary with the two fellows who reached Waycross tonight,” ONCE LIVED HERE. W. N. Jones, the main character in the case, lived in Itrunswiok several years ago, and was employed as a butcher by C. Arnheiter. He is now conducting a butcher’s shop in Way cross. Frank Bailey, the “other young man,” is, according to Mr. Lott, the son of Charlie Bailey’s uncle. Both are married and have families in Wayoross. The ends of justice seem to demand that these men be held until a thor ough investigation is bad. What They Will Do. It is said that the Southern Pine company will not tear down the old Cook’s mill on their recently purchased water-front, but will probably utilize it in their business. The plans of the company in regard to the use which will be made of the property are not accurately known as yet. Made a Coxswain. Messrs. Ted McCullough and Diehl returned yesterday from Port Royal, where they went to stand tlieir exam inations and enlist in the regular uavy. Mr. McCullough was remarka bly successful in his examination, and made a coxswain’s place, lie will be the chief shipkeeper of the monitor Passaic. An jmpor.aai MaUsr. A meeting of friends of the Bruns wick public library is called for Thursday afternoon at the Oglethorpe Hotel. The library is now closed for lack of funds and an effort is to be made to get it into operation again. All those interested in the success of the library are urged to be present at the meeting. To Drive lha Filings. The tug Laureuee towed the pile driving apparatus of Mr. T. J. Brown back to the city from Sapelo yester day. Mr. Brown has been doing a job of work for the national govern ment at Sapelo. He will go to work at once on the Plant System's wharf extension. A liberal price will be paid at this : office for the delivery of any or all of the following issues of The Times: June 23; August 6,8,24; September 13, 23, 29; October 2. 4, 5, 25, 29, 1896, and April 14, 1897. TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA., TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 31. 1807. BRUNSWICK GETS IT. Tho Next Convention of the Young People’s Union to Be Held Here. At a recent meeting of the executive committee of the state convention of the Baptist Young People’s Union, it was decided to accept the invitation of the Brunswick Baptist Young Peo ple’s Union to hold their annual union in this city next year, beginning June 8. Macon, Griffin and Augusta have entertained the three former conven tions of this body. The next will, perhaps, be the best convention in the history of the organization. Atlanta applied for the convention, but the attractions of Brunswick out weighed those of the Gate City. A NEW REPORTS?.. A Change Made In the Staff of the Erjuiswick Cii’idt Superior Court. A change has been in the personnel of the staff of the judge of the supe rior court of the Brunswick cirouit which is of interest to the lawyers and the public generally. Mr. Watkins Holmes, who has been serving as official court stenographer since the resignation of Col. W. M. Toomer, has retired from the position. In his stead Judge Sweat has ap pointed Mr. Lee Sweat, his son, with Mr. l eed, of Waycross, as assistant. Mr. Reed is now out on the circuit with Judge Sweat, and the two young gentlemen will probably handle the duties of the important office jointly. Adveijised Lel'sr ”lsi. The following is a list of letters re maining in the postofiice at Bruns wick ucc’: med, for the week ending August 28,15D7: B—Miss Cora Batchel, Mrs. Mary Brown, Miss Rosie Bradly. C—Noble Carter, S, M. Cootes. D—J. W. Domrny, Randolph Divin ner. E—Miss Maggie Eayin. H—Miss Jennie Hutchin, Miss Nettie Hughes. J—Mis. Lizzie Johnson. K—Mrs. Mary Kell. M—Mrs. Georgia Mcßae, Dr, J. D. Moody, G. McGlaughlin. P—Miss Bessie Parker, Miss Carrie Polite, A. J. Pratt. R—George Redding, Joseph Rose. S—Miss Jeanne Simpson, Geo, Symes, John Smith, Sim Strawter, T—John Thomas. W—Capt. Ugen Wells, Miss Leona West, Ned Washington, Joe Will iams (2), D. S. Wright. Parties calling for any of the above will please say they were advertised and pay one cent for each letter claimed. W. F. Symons, P. M. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. Twenty-live cents. A Mcasto? Horn. The following statement sounds like fiction. But the reader has not any further to go than to the corner of I and Johnson street to the bouse of D. D. Cameron, colored, and there he will see the largest horn that his wild est imagination could conceive. It measures 5j 2 ' inches in diameter, i7 inches in circumference and 54 inches in length. It was found in the marsh on the other side of the river, opposite John Gonzales’ store, one A street. Johnson’s Chill and Fever Tonic Cures Pcver In One Day. A Wsll-Kspt Vsssel. The American brig Daisy, Mocre, master, came up from quarantine yes terday to the Altamaba cypress mills. The Daisy is one of the neatest and best kept vessels that has yet entered port. Every part of her from the maintop masts to the lower hold is as bright as paint and scrubbing can make her. The brasswork is polished brightly, and the cabin is as neat as the proverbial pin. Captain Moore is a genial shipmaster and makes friends with everyone he meets. To Care a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bronio ounine Tab lets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to oure. Twenty-five cents. 'S* THE EYE Is the most delicate organ you pos sess. Then why run the risk of in juring it forever and going blind by being litted to cheap glasses and by incompetent persons? WE ARE Thoroughly versed in the anatomy of the Eye, having made a study of it, ami we nt the Eyes scientifically. Examinations Are Free - v ~ i fi’i and See Us. KENNON MOTT, and Optician. 215 Newcastle St. Examiner of watches for the Southern Kail w ay. Time daily at 11 o’clock from Washington. AIRFIELD’S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO, Gloucester St., (Opposite Express Office.) Wort Ii All— Its Brandies. Copying and Enlarging of All Kinds. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. F. ROGOWIN, 20? Newcastle Street. Cloils, Sloes; Hats and Gaits' Fnmislgs.^ 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. The Last Day. Sunday was, properly speaking, the last day of the island season. There were good crowds from the interior to wander for the last time by the sea shore until another summer comes. Many Brunswiokians also spent the day at St. Simon or Cumberland. The boats will run no mere on Sundays until next season. The Pope Catlin will be finally taken off the line for the season on Tuesday. To Care a Co’.d in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. Twenty-five cents. Levy’s New Quarters. Messrs. B. H. Levy, Bro. & Cos will get into their new quarters this week. No improvement made recently in Brunswick has been more noticeable and more favorably commented on than the change wrought by Levy in the corner which his en terprising firm will occupy. It will be the emporium for men’s furnishing goods, and the firm will be able to handle its rapidly increasing business without inconvenience. Parke's Gold Camel Ceylon tea, served at Riflemen’s bazaar, is on sale I at the Old Reliable Drug Store. WE ARE CAUGHT— And the probability is that we will be con victed of selling the goods hereinafter men tioned at this phenomenally low price, viz.: Boston Baked Beans, 8-pmtnd tin. |o*‘ Best Can Corn in the city lOc !S-pound Can Beaches insyriip, very nice 12!.e 1-pound tin Mackerel in tomato sauce isc Nice fat, juicy Mackerel lOc KEANY & BAILEY, GROCERS, Telephone No. 11. 312 Newcastle Street. Livery Draying * nd , Stables. Leed bale Morris & Lee, Mansfield Street. Old Street Car Stables IT J Tim YOIIP And the Steak is Good Ais-t—'l i I LJ 11 You may he sure that it came from HONOR IS CHARLES . rn * y BAUMGARTNER & Cos. A. I Ol Li-A-lY 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, HEED £. LaMANCE, Proprietor. J. M, Madden, A. 11. Lank, W.B. Cook, VV. NrPSßAuwr, President. Vice-President. Cashier. Asst. Cashier. THE MERCHANTS & TRADERS BANK OF BRUNSWICK. CAPITAL, *IOO,OOO. SURPLUS, *IO,OOO. DIRECTORS: James L. Poster, .7. E. Wright, C.D.Ogg, M. Kaiser, Moses Isaac, A. ii. Lane, J. M. Madden, A. G. P. Lodge, jr. . Accounts ol All Solvent Institutions Are Solicited. A Savings Department Is Maintained in This Bank and Accounts of Women and Minors Are Solicited. C. DOW N NC, President. E. D. WALTER, Cashier. E H. MASON, Vice President | he Rational of Brunswick CASH CAPITAL $150,000- Deals Liberally With Its Pa tr ns and Friends BURGLAR PROOF SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. IT IS OFTEN THE CISC That a good frame saves a poor picture. It is always the case that a good frame improves a good picture. We Make Good Frames m sm Mprice. Fleming & Waff. J. J. LISSNER. —WHOLESALE- Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions, Grain, Hay and Bran A Specialty i§4grantsumu! - Brunswick, Ga.