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wholesome and delicious. ppr k|| POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., NEW YORK. CANVASS BEGUN. The Brunswiok Lyceum Will Be Organized by October 1. The canvass for the Brunswick Ly ceum has begun. Within the next two weeks all of those citizens who are believed to be interested in such things will be asked to take member ships. The memberships are $5 each, for which the subscriber receives four teen paid admissions to the lectures and entertainments which will com pose the season’s course. The lyceum season begins on Octo ber 1, and it is necessary to get the local organization perfected by that time. Every merchant in Georgia is in vited to ask the Downing company for prices on groceries and feed. tf “Persistent Saving ts the Road to Wealth." ■—T- - THIS -r. MIS MRS IK 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 Inchdune Here. The British steamship Inchdune ar rived yesterday, and is at the Plant (System wharf for a cargo of cotton and phosphate from Captain A. F. Churchill. This is the third steam ship which has arrived this season. The Cedardene sailed yesterday and the Buonaventura and the Inchdune are now loading, U. M. C. “New Club” loaded shells, healers can get them from the Down ing Cos., Brunswick. Rob Roy flour has no superior and few equals. It is beautiful. tf till: have moved in II our new store, j Comer Newcastle anti i Gloucester Streets, LEVY’S —- NASHVILLE DROPS IN PORT. The New Gunboat Relieves the Wilmington in Caring for Spain's Interests. Brunswick was honored yesterday with a visit from the United States gunboat Nashville. The newly-com missioned ship came into port early yesterday morning, and anchored in the stream opposite McCullough’s dock. A launch was at once dis patched to the city for mail. The Nashville is on her first trip. She is a pretty ship, of a different pattern from the Wilmington. She came to Brunswick from Newport and is on the way to Jacksonville, where she will take the place of the Wil mington. When the presence of a gunboat was announced on the streets yesterday morning, the naval militiamen were somewhat perturbed in mind. They thought that perhaps the navy depart ment bad sent a convoy to escort the Passaio to Savannah. Their fears were not well-grounded, however. The Nashville will attend to the du ties of the Wilmington in watching for filibusters, She will remain on the Florida station until relieved by the Helena, which, it is expected, will be sent there in a few weeks. The Helena is a sister ship to the Wilming ton. The Nashville was commissioned on August 19. Commander Washburne Maynard came up to the city and vis ited the custom house. “Brunswick is the first port ever en tered by the Nashville,” said Com mander Maynard. “We met and re lieved the Wilmington off Tybee light last night.” The Nashville sailed for Jacksonville in the afternoon. JOHNSTON’S FIRST. The Big Steamship Albion Arrives for Cotton Cargo. The Johnston line has made a start The skeptical who have, rather doubt fully, waited tor that first ship, ought to be satisfied now. Yesterday th ebig British steamship Albion steamed into port and up to the Southern railway wharves. This fact recalled Agent Frank Strachan’s statement in The Times the other day : “YVatoh for the first steamer that goes to the Southern wharves. That will be ours.” The Albion will load cotton. She is of 2,373 net tonnage, carries a crew of 27 men and comes from West Hartle pool, England. Captain John Race is master. Brunswick’s cotton season has started in with a rush with three steamships now at the wharves for cargoes. You can get a free sample of Num sen’s celebrated Old Orchard Vinegar by calling at K. Mansaur’s grocery store, Bay street. DEVEAUX CERTAIN. President McKinley Has Made Him an Abso lute Promise of the Place- It was the current rumor in local Republican ciroles yesterday that President McKinley had made J. H. Deveatix an absolute promise of the collectorship of Savannah. The in formation came in direct shape and is generally credited. . . Of interest to local politicians also was the report iu yesterday’s Consti tution that Walter T. Johnson, the leading Georgia Republican, had gone to Washington, with blood in his eye, to disoover just why more offices had not been given out in Georgia. U. M. C. “New Club” loaded shells. Dealers can get them from the Down ing Cos., Brunswick. Wedded at Jesup. Rev. Ed, F. Cook returned yester day from Jesup, where, on Wednesday night, he performed the ceremony that united in matrimony the lives of Colonel E. I). Graham, of Mcßae, and Miss Maud Whaley, of Jesup. The parties to the wedding are quite well known here. Colonel Graham is one of the most prominent lawyers of this section of the state, and Mrs. Graham is the daughter of Captain Harry Whaley, of Jesup. The happy oouple left on an extensive bridal tour. The Governor Safford i9 booked for a moonlight excursion Friday even ing next. Marine band in attend ance. Fare only 25 cents. Farke's Gold Camel Ceylon tea, served at Riflemen's bazaar, is on sale at tbe Old Reliable Drug Store. THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, (iA„ FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 10. 1897. SHIPPING REPORT. a, PORT OF BRUNSWICK, Sept. S. 1897. CORRECTED DAILY BY CAPT. OTTO JOHANNKSOK WITH K. H. MASON A 00. ARRIVED. Helen L. Martin, Am schr, 348, Foun tain, Nassau, Hilton-Dodge—Boston. CLEARED. Cedardene, Br, ss, 1437, Rigby, Las Palmas, Brunswick Terminal Cos, Tafalia, Sp bk, 995, Koig, Havana, Pa drosa. Joven Antonio, Sp brg, 237, Ferren, Ha vana, R Torras. SAILED. IN FORT. STEAMSHIPS. Rio Grande, Am bs, 2048, Staples, New York, Mallory—New York. Buonaventuro, Sp ss, 1,151, I.azarraga, Cienfuegos. SHIPS. BARES. Gustave Adolf, Nor bk, 723, Svenningsen, Port Natal, via Barlados, Downing Cos. RAC Smith, Am bk, 596, Hooper, East London, Hilton-Dodge—Boston. Maria Antonio, Sp bk, 423, Font, Ha vana, Torras. Maria Dolores, Sp bk, 440, Santos, Pa droea. Sehwanden, Nor bk, 817, Eriksen, Santos, Downing Cos. Verdad, Sp bk, 438, Sosyilla, Havana, Torras. Emita, Am bk, 493, Bray, Pernambuco, Baxter & Co—New York, Sagitta, Nor bk, 512, Pedersen, Rio Ja neiro, Downing Cos. Stephen G Hart, Am bk, 589, Hart, Waldsooro, Hilton-Dodge—Boston. Hawfruen, Nor bk, 602, Monsen, Santoo, Hilton-Dodge. BRIGS. Djisy, Am bg, 418, Moore, Santos via Barbados, Hilton-Dodge. SCHOONERS. Robert McFarland, Am schr, 545, Small, Noank, McCullough. Isabella Gill, Am schr, 525, Collison, Kingston. Dora Matthews, Am schr, 373, Brown, New York, Torras —New York. Lelia Smith, Am schr, 237, Trainor, 1 ew York, Torras—New York. Nimrod. Am schr,2s7, Green, New York. Grace Bradley, Am schr, 496, Barter, Charleston, Hilton-Dodge —Boston. Thelma, Am schr, 499, Cummings, Bos ton, Southern Pine company—Boston. C C Sweeney, Am schr, 571, Miller, San tos, Southern Pine Co—New York. John Paul, Am schr, 352, Anderson, Ha vana. Frank W Howe, Am schr, 483, Williams, Boston, Hilton-Dodge. Annie L Henderson. Am schr, 407, Hen derson, Port of Spain, Hirsch& Cos. Kate S Flint, Am schr, 522, Topley, Los Palmas, Torras and Southern Tine Co — Colon. Humarock, Am schr, 399, Veazie, St Johns, Hilton-Dodge. RECAPITULATION. Steamships. 3; Ships, 0: Barks, 11; Brigs, 2; Schooners, 14. Total, 30. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Qunine Tab lets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. Twenty-five cents. Attached the Furniture. Constable Gaskins, in the interest of various attachments, yesterday lev ied on a large quantity of household furniture, etc., which was packed and ready for shipment in the freight de pot of the Plant System. The articles were the property of Mr. J. Michelson, and were to be shipped to New York last night. Police Changes. Substitute Offioer H. H. Brady is now serving on the force in place of Officer Tom Gordon, whose wife is quite ill. Substitute Offioer Andrew Turner is now serving as a mounted man, in place of Officer Phil Good bread, who is engaged in the collec tion of gtreet tax. A Big Offer. The owners of Hotel St. Simon have received an olfer of $4,000 per year cash rental for the resort property. The offer is made by a prominent ho tel man. SHERIFF SALES- State of Georgia, l County of Glynn, I IVill be sold before the courthouse door in Brunswick, Glynn county, Georgia, on the first Tuesday in October next, the same being the fifth day thereof, between the hours of 10 o’clock a. m. and 4 o’clock p. m. of said date the following described property to wit: All that certain one-half undivided interest of section 10 of the V\ ells tract lying and being in the city of Brunswick, county of Glynn and state of Georgia. Levied on as the property of J. M. Leavv under and by virtue of an execu tion issued by 11. J. Read, tax collector of Glynn county,*and against the said J. M. Leavy for taxes due for the year 1896. Amount of tax, $56 principal, besides interest and costs. Levy made and returned to me by 11. E. Taylor, dep uty sheriff. Also at the same time and place that certain lot or parcel of land lying and being in the city of Brunswick, county aud state aforesaid, and known and described in the plan of said city as old town lot No. 28. Levied on as the property of J. E. du Biguon under and by virtue of an execution issued by H. J. Read, tax collector of Glynn county, against the said J. E. du Biguon for his state and county taxes due for the year 1890. Taxes $612.43 principal besides interest and costs. Levy made and returned to me by E. F. Taylor, deputy sheriff. Also at the same time and place all the undi vided one-half interest in that certain lot, tract, or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the state of Georgia,county of Glvnn and in the city of Brunswick therein, and known and distin guished upon the map or plan of said city made by George R. Raid win. A I). 1837, as old tot No 531, together with all and singular the undivided one-half interest in the wooden fence enclosing the same, and the undivided one-half interest in that certain one room house formerly used as an office, situate upon the northwest corner of said lot. as the prop erty of IV . A. McDonald. Levied upon to sat isfy a balance due unto James Walker of the sum of $520.52, with interest from January 14, 1896, upon that execution issued out of the superior court of Glynn county upon a judgment obtained at the May term, 189*2, thereof, in favor of Joseph R. Gilson, vs. W. A. McDonald, as maker, aud James Walker and Daniel McDonald as enuorsers, said fi fa hav ing been taken up by the said .lames Walker for the full sum of principal, interest and costs due upon the same to the 9th day of June, 1892, as appears thereon, with credits thereon which reduce said execution to $520.52 principal ami levied upon also for all costs accruing for present levy and advertisement ami sale of said property, and all other costs attendant thereon. Written notice given tenant in pos session and W. A. McDonald. Levy made by E, F. Taylor, deputy sheriff, and returned to! me. W. H. BKRRIL, Sheriff Glynn County, Ga. | THE EYE Is tho most delicate organ you pos sess. Then why run the risk of in juring it forever and going blind by being iitted to cheap glasses and by incompetent persons? WE ARE Thoroughly versed in the anatomy of the Eye, having made a study of it, and we lit the Eves gcientilically* Examinations Ai£ Free—• —■ —" j — , „ rail and See Us. KENNON MOTT, amHJptician. 215 Newcastle St. Examiner of watches for tho Southern Railway. Time daily at 11 o’clock from Washington. W GARFIELD’S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO, Gloucester St., (Opposite Express Office*) Work li <z=Hts Braudes. Copying and Enlarging of All Kinds. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. F. ROGGWIN, 207 Newcastle Street. Clotlii, Sloes; Hats aid Gents’ Furnishings. Having moved from our old stand and wishing to make room for new goods we are selling at cost. Gall and See Us Before Buying. OMfIMMI Under this head advertisements will be inserted for one cent a word for the first. In sertion, and for every Insertion thereafter at the rate of half a cent a word. No ad vertisement will be taken for less than ten cents. Cash in advance invariably re quired for all advertisements in this col umn. FOR SALE. 1AOR" CHEAP—THE RESIDENCE ’ property at 1117 s. Wolf street. Apply at this cilice. A bargain. FOR RENT—HOUSES. Desir able house for renters ink >\ street; possession October 1. Apply T. W. Dexter. seps-3t HELP WANTED. W ANTED^TRUSTWORTHY AND ACTIV E gentlemen or Indies to travel for respon sible, established house in Georgia. Monthly 165 and expenses. Position steady. Reference. Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope. The Dominion Company, Dept. W,Chicago. Miss Josie Smith's SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS —Will Open— Monday. September 27, '97, BRUNSWICK, GA, 909 Grant Street. Miss F. G. Nightingale’s School WILL OPEN ON Monday. Sept. 27, At Her Residence on Carpenter Street. 1 LINDEN BAKING POWDER. Manufactured By Linden Baking Powder Gil MACON, OA. LINDEN is an absolutely pure and wholesome Phosphate Powder, and is sold under a guarantee to give perfect satisfac tion in every respect. Try it. Brunswick Grocery Cos. Wtolesale For sale by the following retail grocers at sc> and lOc. per can: A. hi. 4VENZ. K. MANSOUR, w. ii. Devon, have moore, -s. Frederick, J. P. DAVENPORT, AV. S. PITTMAN, M C. CHASTEN, T. B. BOAVEN, FRANCES FELOOK. 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, 3-pound tin low liest Can Corn in the city. . lo‘- 3-pound Can Peaches in syrup, very nice 12 1-pound tin Mackerel in tomato sauce |s<* Nice fat, juicy Mackerel 10 • KEANY & BAILEY, GROCERS, Telephone No. 11. 312 Newcasile Street. Livery Draying and Stables. Fed bale Morris & Lee, Mansfield Street. Old Street Car Stables WITI7N YOU P And the Steak is Good * * I Ll V you injiv l>e sure that it came from HONOR IS CHARLES —- . T Tr .., BAUMGARTNER & Cos. A 1 01 kiAIV Western meats from Swift. GAME IN SEASON, FINEST SAUSAGE, z=?. — HAMS, BREAKFAST BACON. 305 Grant Street, and 213 Newcastle. J. M, Madden, A. 11. Lane, AV. B. Cook, W.Npfsbaum, President. Vice-President. Cashier. Asst. Cashier. THE MERCHANTS & TRADERS BANK OF BRUNSWICK CAPITAL., SIOO.OOO. *0 SURPLUS, SIo.OCO. DIRECTORS: James 1.. Foster, J. B. W right, C. D.Ogg, M.Kaise", Moses Isaac, A. H. Lane, J. 31. Madden, A. U. P. Dodge, jr. . Accounts oi All Solvent Institutions Are SoliVited. A Savings Department Is Maintained m This Bank and Accounts of Women and Minors Are Solicited. C. DOWNING, President. E, I). WALTER, Cashier. E H. MASON, Vice President | hef\lational B runsw^c^ CASH Deals Liberally With Its Faxons and Friends BURGLAR PROOF SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. inrOFTEfriHECASE ' That a good frame saves a poor picture. It is alwavs the case that a good frame improves a good picture. We Make Goad Frames “ Fleming & Waff, J. J. LISSNER. —WHOLESALE— Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions, Grain, Hay and Bran A Specialty 18° GRANT T b4?e!u, - Brunswick, Ga.