|l BRADPIELD'S j(
j FEMALE REGULATOR \
i ij is for women’s diseases and irregu- %
|!) larities. It cures everything that is
; commonly called a “female trouble.” 3
i ? It acts directly upon all the distinctly
1 1 feminine organs of generation, driv
j ing out weakness and imparting V
ij!strength; stopping unnatural drains, ('j
1 (, and regulating the monthly flow)!'
!') in every instance. It makes sickly ?
i? and weakly women strong and well
I ,jj again. $1 a bottle at drug stores. >]>
/> Send for a free book about it. V
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IF ,*'*** * ! *TI3Klt SKX
LC PnWW a This remedy being in
——— jectsil directly to tin-
G'Ji - " seat of tliose fliweases
p * of the GenUo'-icrinars
JEf EiS Organs, req ulren no
%St 9 WJ& pi,nn s:e of die!. Cure
—— guaranteed in 1 to a
—■' ' ' ~days. Mnsall plain pack-
YT ¥8 Te* ase - bv “naib 31.90,
V I,# £%J£feold only by
W. J. Butts, the druggist, corner
Newcrstle and Gloucester streets
Brunswick, Ga. Moderate prices. Tel
ephone 27. Prescriptions a specialty.
Ke is now Cured, and He Thanks God
and P. P. P., Lippman’s Great Rem
edy, For It.
Mr. Georgs Briggs, of Moore, Olda.,
suffered almost indescribable torment
for three long years. Neuralgia held
him captive. The right side of his face
was so badly affected that the slightest
touch would cause the unfortunate
man intense agony. For several weeks
he could open his mouth just wide
enough to he fed with liquid nourish
ment, and in this manner life was sus
tained. Read the following extract
from his letters “Truth is stranger
NEURALGIA, CATARRH AND RHEUMA
TISM COMPLETELY CURED.
George Briggs, of Moore, Oklahoma,
writes that P. P. P., Lippman’s Great
Remedy, cured him of catarrh, facial
neuralgia and rheumatism, after three
years of intense suffering. The pain
lay in his cheek bone and temple, down
the right side of his face, along his
upper lip, and from the slightest touch
he suffered agonies for weeks at a time.
Could only open his mouth wide enough
to admit a teaspoon, and any acid in
his food would put him In torture. He
had a consultation of the best physi
cians in Texas, but all to no purpose.
Catarrh and rheumatism were also
causing him much trouble, until lie
tried P. P. P. He says he is well and
will swear that there are no cases of
neuralgia, catarrh and rheumatism,
no matter how chronic or how old the
cases are, that P. P. P. will not make
a total cure of.
Mr. Briggs winds up his testimony
hy saying he thanks God and our med
icine, P. P. P., Lippman's Ureat Rem
edy, for the great cure.
Kidney troubles, if neglected, bring
about serious and painful and very
often fatal results. P. P. P. removes
the irregularities, and cures the dis- \
Dyspepsia and Indigestion, skin and
blood diseases, can be speedily removed
by P. P. P., Lippman’s Great Remedy.
Ladies, take P. P. P. and rid your
face of pimples, blotches, freckles,
yellow or muddy skin, wrinkles and
Sold by all drugjlsts.
UPPMAN BROS., Apothecaries, Sole Prop’rs,
Llppmao’i Block, Savannah, Oa,
Health is Wealth.
DR. E C. WEST'S
NERVE m BRAIN TREATMENT
THE ORIGINAL, ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS,
la Bold under positive Written Guarani ec,
by authorized agents only, to cure Weak Memory,
Dizziness, Wakefulness, Fits, Hysteria, Quick
ness, Night Losses, Evil Dreams, Lack of Confi
dence, Nervousness, Lassitude, nil Drains, Youth
ful Errors, or Excessive Use of Tobacco, Opium,
or Liquor, which leads to Misery, Consumption,
Insanity and Death. At etoro or by mail, $1 a
box; six for $5; with written guarantee to
euro or refund money. Sample pa?k
age, containing fivo days r treatment, with full
instructions, 25 cents. One sample only sold to
each person. At store or by mail.
i'HUI Extra Strength.
;>f ffCm For Impotency, Loss n
Power, Lost Manhood, JQ&v
a box; six for $5, with
to cure in 30 (lays, At store? 7 ?'
‘BEFORE or by mail. AP TE R
W. J. BUTTS, The Druggist,eor. Newcas
tle and Gloucester streets, Brunswick,
Ga. Moderate prices. Telephone 27.
Prescriptions a specialty.
A sample of Nunisen’s celebrated
Old Orchard Vinegar will be furnished
free to those who ask for it at W. If.
DeVoe’s grocery store.
SHORT BUT SPICY
NOTES OF THE NEWS.
The Happenings of the City as
Caught by “The Times’’
MATTERS PERSONAL AM GENERAL.
uriel Statements of the Many Things That
Make Up the Busy Round
Mr. M. R. Marks spent Sunday in
Mr. John T. Abrams visited Way
Mr. C. W. Demmg returned yester
day from Savannah.
Paul Butzloff is here, from Tampa,
for a few days’ visit.
Mr. 11. A. Tabb was in the city yes
terday on a business trip.
Mr. J. S. Bailey returned to the city
from Waycross yesterday,
Mrs. VY. H. Lytle will remain in
New York until October 15.
Not one lick has yet been struck on
covering the water reservoirs.
Col. Sam Borchardt, of Tampa, is
spending several days in the city.
Will B. Fain is out again after sev
eral days’ confinement to his room.
Miss Sue Weideman, of Waycross, is
the guest of the Aliases Mahoney.
Mr. Lee Lichleiter left yesterday for
Ohio, to spend his vacation of a month.
Mr. John K. Nightingale will re
turn to Texas to resume his railroad
Mr. Augustus H. Lane spent Labor
Day with his friends and relatives at
Mr. Putnam Hoagland, formerly of
this city but now of Jacksonville, is
in the city on a visit.
Chief Lewis Beach will probably go
to Massachusetts this month to place
his sea island cotton crop.
Today will be public sales day.
Sheriff Berrie has a list of properties
for public disposal at the court house
For sale—milk, butter, buttermilk,
cream and curds. Order by wagon
driver or telephone IGB. Jersey Dairy
Cos. A. B. Rowe. 8-13 lm.
Superintendent George W. Haines
and Master of Trains L. F. Henning
ton, of the Brunswick and Western,
were in the city yesterday.
Miss Fannie Grant Nightingale will
open her school on Monday, Septem
ber 27, at her residence on Carpenter
street. See an announcement in this
The intersection of Bay and Glouces
ter streets is in an almost impassable
condition, owing to the recent rains.
The city authorities should give this
locality some attention.
Suits cleaned and pressed for sl.
Pants sponged and pressed for 25 cents
at the Brunswick Cleaning Pressing
Cos, 504 Monk street. 9-4 lw.
Staging was swung yesterday on
■the Beach-Geiger building for the
elaborate sign-work which will call
attention to the fact that Levy is doing
business at anew stand, with all the
latest styles in men’s furnishings.
giloraee Folsom, of the Tattnal Jour
nal, took a number of photographic
views of the historic spots around
Brunswick on a recent visit. The
Times is indebted to him for samples
of his work. 'They show a line pho
tographic instinct and would do credit
to aTnuoti older and more experienced
Mr. J. S. Eagan, foreman of The
Times, returned Sunday from a visit
to Washington and Danville, Va.
While away Mr. Eagan perfected him
self in the operation of the type-set
ting machines, and is now a first class
Mergenthalist. He rssumed his po
sition with The Times yesterday.
Mr. Joseph W. Saunders, who has
been serving as foreman during the
absence of Mr. Eagan, will probably
remain also with the paper. Mr.
Saunders’ work has been highly satis
factory to the management, and he
has few equals as a practical printer.
Parke’s Wing Kee Chop teas, the
choicest, purest teas sold in Bruns
wick. Adams Drug Cos.
The Plant System will sell round
trip tickets from Brunswick to Wash
ing, I). C., Norfolk and Riohmond,
Va., September 1 to 4, ’97, as follows;
To Washington, $19.90; Norfolk,
$18.15 ; Richmond, $17.90. Tickets on
sale September 1 through 4, with final
limit thirty days from date of sale.
Tickets restricted to continuous pas
sage in each direction.
THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA., TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 7, 1897.
“GREATEST ON EARTH.”
Ir. Miles’ Ilcstoratlve NcS'vJiie,
Mr. R. T. Caldwell, is book-keeper in
the First National Bank of Fulton, Ky.
“I was completely run down, My nerves
became so msl!i , :i;r through loss of Bleep
and worry that I felt sure I would be com
pelled to give up niy position t would lie
awake all night long, and it took bur little
1 \Y W'
to shake me tip so that I could not rossibiy
attend to my business as X shot.id. Xn
connection with this I had liver trouble,
heaviness about the stomach, and pains in
different parts of toy body. I was a 1 o much
reduced In iicsh. I was persuaded to try
hr. Miles’ Restorative Nervine.
X flrst-procured a trial bottle from a local
druggist and good results quickly followed, i
then procured a dollar bottle, and by the time
I had used tnis up X was a different man. I
am now on my third bottle and am aide to
sleep soundly and eat regularly, something
I could not do before taking ytur
Nervine. I am now j u'ilu recovered, and do not
hesitate to pronounce Dr. Miles' Restorative
Nervine the createst nervine on earth."
Fulton, Ky. E. T. CALDWELL.
Dr. Miles’ Nervine is sold on a positive
guarantee that the first bottle will benefit.
All druggists sell it at si,e bottles for Si, or
it will be sent, prepaid, on receiot of price
by the Dr. Mile's Medical Cos., Elkhart, led.
Dr. Miles’ Nervine th
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JULY 4, 1897.
.. .. . . No. N<* No. No.
Northbound, jp. *3. , 3
tv. Brunswick 5 45a 0 30a A 40p 8 Isb
Ar. Everett 6 3510 BUa 8 Sup Slop
Lv. Jesup 11 22a ...... 10 14p
“ Surreney 12 04p 11 Olp
“ Baxley 12 23p ...... U 28p
“ Haxlehurst 12 65p 12 00a
* I,umber City 1 26p 12 20a
• Helena 2 02p 1 05.
“ Missler 2 18p 1 24a
“ Eastman 2 40p 151a
“ Empire 8 07p 222a
Ly. Hawklnsvllle 2 40p
” Cochran So. 9 $ ip.j No. 7 23u
“ Macon B!®a 4 45p|Vl0p 416a
“ Flovilla 9 33a 6 £pi 8 Oop 6 27a
“ MoDonough 1010a 6 40p! 8 45p 8 10a
At. Atlanta 1110a 7 4?pj 8 45p 7 16a
Lv. Atlanta 2800 10 OOp 10 OOp 7 50a
Ar. Chattanooga 7Bop 415aj415a loop
Ar. Louisville 7 55a &13pj815p 7 65a
Ar. Cincinnati, Q.&0.. 7 80a 7 30p| 7 30p 7 80a
Lv. Atlanta 1160 p 1200 m
Ar. Washington 0 40p 6 42a
** New York 628a1245p
Southbound. S °„
Lv. New York ‘ 1 777771 77777 I3T5a
VA ashington 10 43p 1115a
Ar. Atlanta 8 55p 610a
Lv. Cincinnati, Q. & C 8 OOp 8 30a 8 30a 8 OOp
** Louisville 7 85p 7 45a 7 45a 7 85p
Lv. Chattanooga 8 00a 10 OOp IO QOd 8 05p
Ar. Atlanta 1 lOp 501 la 5 o<la 8 05p
Ly. Atlanta 4
“ McDonough 6 20p 615a 910a 9 85p
. Flovilla 5 58p 8 59a 9 60a 10 lip
Ar. Macon 7 OOp 8 10a 10 50a 11 lOp
Lv. Cochran 10 05a 12 46a
Ar. Hawkins viile 10 50a
“ ® ni P lro 77777 loiSoa 77777 IFSfa
“ Eastman 10 51a 1 24a
“ Missler 1111s J62a
Z ? ele ? a - A:; ..1186a 2 07a
- Lumber City 12 85p 2 46a
Himhrtrarst I2 55p 808a
“ Baxley 8 86a
. Currency N “, i Blip *• 8 67a
Ar. Jesup 82. g 88p *4 4 40a
Lv. Everett TTSJa 3 80pTai5 880
Ar. Brunswick 7 7 45a|4 30p 8 OOp 830a
Noa. 18 and 14—“ Pullman sleeping cars be*
jwen Atlanta and Brunswick. Pullman
“**[}?* r °? m Blee Pine cars between Jack
eon villa, Fla., and Nashvilla, Tana.. Yia
Nos. T and 16—Pullman drawing-room sleety
Dig cars between Maccn and Abbeville. N. and.
Via Atlanta and Spartanburg.
Nos. 9 and 10—Pullman drawing room sleep-
Ing; cars between Atlanta and Louisville.
“5 B—Pullman sleeping oars between
Atlanta and Chattanooga. This car Is placed
In Union Passenger station, Atlanta, for the
reception of passengers at 9:00 p. m.
Connection at Union Depot, Atlanta, far all
points north, east and west.
W H. GREEN, J. M . CULP,
GenT Supenntendent, Trnfflo Manager,
WjA.TUEK B. H. HAHDWIC7C
Gen 1 Pass. Agt. Asst. Geu'l Pass. Agl
_ Washington, D. q Atlanta, Oa.
To the Centennial.
The Southern railway will sell ex
cursion tickets at $12.60 Brunswick to
Nashville, Tenn., and return for the
Tennessee Centennial, May-November.
Rate of $12.60 limited to ten days from
date of sale, and other tickets on sale
with any limitation desired. Elegant
Southern railway trains will be oper
ated in special service between Bruns
wick and Nashville. Travel via South
Elberta peaches, canned in Georgia.
They are fine. Ask your grocer for
To Cure a Cold in Oue Day,
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the
if it fails to cure. Twenty-five cents.
A liberal price win be paid at this
office for the delivery of any or all of
the following issues of The 'l’imks:
June 23; August 6,8,24; September 13,
23, 29; October 2. 4,5, 27, 29, 1896, and
April 14, 1897.
Ask for a free sample of Numsen’s
celebrated Old Orchard Vinegar. G.
Rob Roy flour has no superior and
few equals. It is beautiful. tf.
Numsen’s celebrated Old Orchard
Vinegar is sold by the London Gro
cery company, who will furnish a free
sample to those who ask for it.
“1 8 Your Old ■> i
AT NEXT YEAR’S PRICES,
It has become an 4*ta>lihed rule in the bicycle
1 business that all wheels carried over from one season 1
to the next must be sold then
; AT A REDUCED PRICE, j
1 Rather) than carry over 1897 Ramblers, which we <
i shall continue to manufacture in order to keep our (
I mechanics busy until we start on 1898 Ram biers, we <
> will, while they lasi, sell 1897 Ramblers at next year’s .
• Former Price, sBo. i
' nfw ( Singles, $65.00 [
c PRICE: X No. 21 (special), $75.00
c ( Tandems (all styles), SIIO.OO
( GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO.
? WASHINGTON, D. C.
BRUNSWICK CYCLE CO.,
MADE ME A MAN
§AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE
ALL A’ert'ows Diseases —Failing Mem
ory, Impotency, Sleeplessness, etc., caused
by Abuse and other Excesses and Indis
cretions. They quickly and surely
restore Lost Vitality in old or young, and
fit a man lor study, business or marriage
Prevent Insanity and Consumption if
caaen m time. Their use shows immediate improve*
ment and effects a CURE where all others fall. In.
sist upon having the genuiie Ajax Tablets. They
nave cured tnoi 'minis and v,ili cure you. Wo give a
positive written guarantee to effect a cure in each case
or refund the money. Price 50 cents perpackage. or
six packages [full treatment] for $2.60. By mail, in
plain wrapper, upon receipt of price. Circular free.
AJAX REMEDY CO,,
For sale in Brunswick, Ga., by WILLIAM
CBOVATT & CO.
Brunswick Grocery Cos.
Sole Agents For the Famous!
THE Bee) THAT IUDE
UNEQUALLED FOR TABLE USE.
PIPES AND CIGARS.
“Duke of Cumberland,"
Fine Old Whisky, for Medical and Family use
of firearms and bicycles
done with neatness and
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 tlie Hush of Hebe combine iu Po&zoni’s
Coney & Parker,
COAL AND WOOD,
Rosendale and Portland Cements, Ci mmon and Facing Brick,
Rock Lime, X’iaster, Hair, Shingles and Lalhs, Sewer Pipe,
Chimney Fiue Pipe and Fittings, Fire Brick and Fire Clay.
Telephone 18 *<*3 RAY STBEEX
MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
New Ulilpi Aid Boston
ai!ing From Brunswic,( '
PROPOSED HOURS OF SAILING FROM BRUNSWICK DURING MONTH OF SEPTEMBER:
September 3 9:00a. m.
September 10 n;00p, m.
September 17 8:80 a.m.
September 24 4:00p. m.
For general information, steamers, trains, ra f es, etc., apply to any railroad agent, or to
CHAS. DAVIES, Agent, 229 W. Bay St, Jacksonville, Ha.
~ „ , . A. P. MURPHY, Agent, Fernandina. Fla
11. 11. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga.
O. li. MALLORY & CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. River, and 303 Broadway, N. Y.
No - 91 No e3 ’ Time Table No - 04 - NO - K
Passenger | Mixed NO. 18, Passenger \ Mixtd
Daily. Effective Sunday June j Daily, i Daily,
Daily. 8, 1897,12 01 am i j
7 30am.... 645 pm lv Brunswick ar 7 45am i140nm....
1000 am.... 900 pm ar Waycross lv 6 00am... 9 25pm....
11 05 am... 920 pm iy Waycro6B ar 550 am... 8 00m
1 00pm... 11 59 pm ar Tifton lv 310 am. 5 15pm....
1 00pm... 12 10 am lv Tiftton ar 255 am.... 5 06pm....
2 25pm... 1 56 an) ar Albany ly 1255 am.... 340 pm....
12 30 pm... 12 30am ar Savannah ly 300 am 4 00pm
ar Charleston lv II 00pm
1 00pm... 12 15 pm ar Jacksonville lv 7 00pm
815 pm... 10 30 am ar StAugnstine lv
ar Tampa lv
2 lHam .12 55am ar Ihoraasvllle lv 165 am 335 pm...
VIA TIFTL N & G. S.&F.
730 am..; 6 45pm 1v.... Brunswick .... ar 7 45am ...ill 40pm....
100 pm..ill 59pm ar— Tifton lv 2 55am....i 5 16pm
4 30pm .j 4 05am ar.... Macon .... lv 11 26pm....j1l 50am....
7 35pin..; 7 45am ar ... Atlanta .... It 7 00pm....j 820 am....
12 3oam..i 1 00pm ar.... chattanoga .... lv 2 55pm :405am
“45am..; 7 00pm ar.... Nashville .... ,'v 9 00am.... 11l 20pm. .
0 40pm..: 7 28am ar.... St. Louis .... lv 9 25pm....| 8 40am...
i ar : h:_. j
VIA WAYCROSS & MONTGOMERY - .
7 30 am... 6 45pm 1v.... Brunswick ar : 7 Irani... 11 40pm....
10 00 am... 9 OOpm ar..-. Waycross ....lv • : 6 ooam ... i u 2l>mr
9 20pm. 8 10am ai Montgomery lv ; 7 45pm ... Hsoam.. -
12 22 a m.. 12 05am ar —B rmingham.... 1\ 4 00pm .. 5 48am
8 45am ... 7 00pm ar Nashville Iv! : 9 08pm ...ill 26am
6 40pm... 7 20am ar St. Leuis lv 9 25pm...; 8 40am....
12 27pm... 2 30pm., ar Louisville lvi : 2 56am ...I 5 45am
4 12pm ■, 7 05pm ar Cincinnati lv 11 00pm... j 2 00am
BETWEEN BRUNSWICK, MACON & ATLANTA—VIA TIFTON ANI*
7 30am.. (> 45pm jav— Brunswick ....ar 7 4.5 am ...111 40pm ..
430 pm.. 4 05am ar.... Macon ....lv 11 25pm ... 11 60am ...
7 35 pm ■■ 1 45am ar Atlanta lv 7 COpm ...| 8 20am ..
S—Regular stop. F—Stop on signal.
Direct connection made at Wavcross with througn Pullman Sleeping Cars for
Montgomery, Nashville, Savannah, Charleston, and all points 5 orth; also Tampa and St. Ac gu J
tine. Reeling chair ca s between Waycross and Montgomery via Thomasyille.
B. DUNHAM, GEO. W, COATES, B. W. WRENN,
General Supt. Division Pass. Agent. Pass. Traffic Manage*.
Send 16 cents in currency or postage to any official
of this company for deck of handsome playing cards.
jffSL CUMBERLAND ROUTE
Effective July 5.
BRUNSWICK - CUMBERLAND - FERNANDI
Daily Except Sunday,
Leave Brunswick 8:00 am
Arrive Cumberland Island 10:00 a m
Arrive Fernaudina 12:00 a m
Leave Fernandina 1:30 pm
Leave Cumberland Island 3:30 p m
Arrive Brunswick 5:30 pm
Leave Brunswick S:00 a m
Arrive Cumberland Island 11:00 a m
Leave Cumberland Island 8:30 p m
A rrivo Brunswick 0:30 pm
\\. M. TL ITER & Cos.,
Brunswick, Ga., July 20, 1807.
11. H. RAYMOND,
General i'assenger Agent.
Truth in a Nutshell.
Impure blood is the natural result
of close confinement in the house,
schoolroom or shop.
Blood is purified by Hood’s Sarsa
parilla, and all the disagreeable re
sults of impure blood disappear with
the use of this medicine.
If you wish to feel well, keep your
blood pure with Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
Hood’s Pills are the best family ca
thartic and liver medicine. Gentle,
Go to John Gonzales’ grocery store
and get a free sampfe of Numsen’s
celebrated Old Orchard Vinegar.
U. M. C. “New Club” loaded shells.
Dealers can get them from the Down
ing Cos., Brunswick.
The Southern railway is now selling
tickets to Norfolk, Richmond and
Washington at one fare for the round
trip. The tickets will be sold until
September 4 and will be good to re
turn thirty days from date of sale.
You can get a free sample of Num
sen’s celebrated Old Orchard Vinegar
by calling at K. Mansaur’s grocery
store, Bay street.
Ice cream soda,
Full line of Cigars and To
302 H NEWCASTLE ST.
PAINE, MCKi'ill & 111.,
Ovdevs Executed O-or Our Private Wire#
COTTON, STOCKS, GRAIN AN 1) I'RON [SIGNS
For Cash or on Margins.
Local Securities Bought ami Sold.
Board of Trade Building, Jackson Building,
Savannah, Ga. Atlanta, Ga.
J. B. ABRAMS,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Day
OPPOSITE OGLETHORPE HOTEL. IjQ
PATENTS U * ‘IM!OCLRED. ,tjV '
Eugene W. Johnson,
Solicitor and Attorney in Patent Causes.
1729 New York Ave,, Washington, D. C.
Ollico established 1808. Charges moderate
The Rosy Freshness
And a velvety softness of the skin is inva
riably obtained by those who use Pozzonj’s
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