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Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
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&akiKo
POWDER
Absolutely Pure
ROYAL BAKING FOWCSR CO., NEW YORK.
Couldn’t Hold Him.
The fortunate finding of a Supreme
court decision by his attorney, Captain
Ernest Dart, yesterday saved Joe
Watson from a serious scrape. Con
tractor J. B. Leonard bad wm.™. an.
rested on a warrant tor obtaining
money under false pretences. Watson
had secured an advance of $5 from
Mr. Leonard, on condition that he
would work it out. He did not show
up at the appointed time. Attorney
Dart read a court decision
which expressly declared that money
obtained in such manner by a laborer
from a contractor did not come under
the head of false pretences. Watson
was discharged.
“Persistent Saving is the Road to Wealth.”
the
IRdIISXIIEBSIK
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 Preadt.
W. B. Cook, Cashier.
J. H. King Is Dead.
The many friends in this city of
Sir. J. 11. King are pained to learned
of his death which occurred several
days ago at his home, Essex, Connect
icut. Mr. King was formerly mana
ger of the Oglethorpe of this city and of
Hotel St. Simon. After leaving here
he had charge of the Tampa Bay hotel
and afterwards of the Majestic, New
York city, lie had been in bad health
for some time previous to bis death.
Mr. King was one of the best hotel
men in the country.
Uob Roy dour has no superior and
few equals. It is beautiful. tf
WE have moved in
our new store,
Corner Newcastle and
Gloucester Streets.
LEVY’S ——
ONE THOUSAND CARS.
A Significant Statement Made by Assistant
General Superintendent Thompson.
That was a significant statement
made by Assistant General Superin
tendent J. S. B. Thompson, of the
Southern railway, in an interview
published in the Atlanta Journal of
Thursday. Mr. Thompsou was com
menting on the increased business
which the railroads will have to han
dle the coming winter, and, incident
ally, on the shortage of freight cars
which would have to supplied before
the season begins.
Mr. Thompson went on to say, by
way of illustration, that the Sou tern
would need 1000 extra cars this winter
expressly and solely for handling the
pig iron which would be shipped from
Alabama. Almost, if not quite, all of
this iron comes to Brunswick, for
shipment by steamship, and in this
fact lies the Brunswick significance of
Mr. Thompson’s statement.
A local railroad man, when shown
the interview, said that the entire pig
iron freight of the Southern would be
brought to Brunswick this winter.
“In 1896,” be said, “the shipments of
pigiron through Brunswick amounted
to 10,916 tons. This amount will be
more than doubled this year. Direct
trains, loaded with the iron, will be
run to this city and loaded at once on
the steamships. It will be one of the
largest items of our next annual ship
ping report.”
ALONG THE BAY.
Items of Harbor News and General Shipping
Interest.
The Mallory liner Bio Grande sailed
yesterday for New York, via Port
Royal.
There were no arrivals of vessels
yesterday.
The Norwegian bark Sagitta, Cap
tain Pederson, cleared yesterday for
Stettin with a cargo of 4,203 barrels
rosin, valued at $6,976, from the Down
ing company.
There are now 29 vessels in port—3
steamships, 10 barks, 2 brigs, 13
schooners.
A number of vessels are waiting for
favorable weather to sail.
Johnson’s
Chill and
Fever
Tonic
Cures Fever
In One Day.
Go to John Gonzales’ grocery store
and get a free sample of Numsen’s
celebrated Old Orchard Vi.iegar.
They Were Stopped.
Brunswick hates to lose old citizens,
and two instances have happened re
cently in which the courts interfered
with the plans of old residents to
leave for other fields of effort. Within
the last two days, the officers have
stopped the shipment of household ef
fects which were in the depots, ready
for transportation. One attachment
was settled yesterday, hut the other
is still in statu quo.
Did Not Exourt.
The Cumberland Route’s excursion
around the harbor did not occur last
I night. When 8 o’clock came there
were only three passengers on board
and their money was refunded. The
Marine band was on baud, but their
music failed to draw a crowd. The
rain, which kept up, with short inter
missions, all day, probably was the
real reasou for the absence of excur
sionists.
To Washington D. C.
The Plant System lias made the low
rate of $26,54 from Brunswick to Wash
ington, D. C., and return via Savan
nah and Atlantio Coast Line. Tick
ets on sale up to and including Sep
tember 30, with Anal limit to October
31.
Notioe-
Water supply will be cut off from
the entire city at S;3O this morning
for the space of three hours. Consum
ers take notice and draw your extra
supply. But xswick L. A W. Cos.
THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA„ SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 11, 1897.
SHIPPING REPORT.
PORT OB'' BRUNSWICK, Sept 10, 1697.
GOHUJCCTKD DAILY BY CAPT. OTTO JOHANNCBON
WITH E. H. MASON & CO.
ARRIVED.
Helen L. Martin, Am 9chr, 318, Foun
tain, Nassau, Hilton-Dodge—Boston.
CLEARED.
Sagitta, Nor bk, 512, Pedersen, Rio Ja
neiro, Downing Cos.
Tafalia, Sp bk, 995, Koig, Havana, Pa
drosa.
Joven Antonio, Sp brg, 237, Ferren, Ha
vana, R Torras.
SAILED.
Cedardene, Br, ss, 1437, Rigby, Las
Palmas, Brunswick Terminal Cos.
Rio Grande, Am ss, 2048, Staples, New
York, Mallory—New York.
UN PUItT.
STEAMSHIPS.
Albion Br as, 2373, Race, West Hartle
pool, Johnston line.
Inchdune, Br ss, 1895, Pur3e, Barry,
Churchill.
Buonavent’iro, Sp ss, 1,151, Lazarraga
Cienfuegos.
SHIPS.
BARKS.
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
drosa.
Schwanden, Nor bk, 817, Eriksen, Santos,
Downing Cos.
Verdad, Sp bk, 438, Sosyilla, Havana,
Torras,
Emita, Am bk, 496, Bray, Pernambuco,
Baxter & Co—New York,
Stephen G Hart, Am bk, 589, Hart,
Waldsooro, Hilton-Dodge—Boston.
Hawfruen, Nor bk,602, Monsen, San too,
Hilton-Dodge.
BRIGS.
Joel, Port bg, 232, Miraudes, Cape de
Verde, Torras.
Daisy, 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, I 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 comDany—Boston.
C C Sweeney, Am schr, 571, Miller, San
tos, Southern Pine Co—New York.
John Paul, Am schr, 352, Anderson, Ha
vana.
F'rank W Howe, Am schr, 483, Williams,
Boston, Hilton-Dodge.
Annie L Henderson. Am schr, 407, Hen
derson,Port of Spain, Hirsch & Cos
Kate 8 Flint, Am schr, 522, Topley, Los
Palmas, Torras and Southern Pine Co
s
Humarock, Am schr, 399, Veazie, It
Johns, Hilton-Dodge.
RECAPITULATION.
Steamships, 3; Ships, 0: Barks, 10; Brigs,
3; Schooners, 13. Total. 29.
TJ. M. C. “New Club” loaded shells.
Dealers can get them from the Down
ing Cos., Brunswick.
SHERIFF SALES-
State of Georgia, i
County of Glynn, |
Will 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. in. of said date
the following described property to wit:
All ihat certain one-lialf undivided interest
of section 10 of the W ells tract lving and being
in the city of Brunswick, county of Glynn and
state of Georgia. Levied on as* the property ol
J. Al. Leavy 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 18M. Amount of tax,
$56 principal, besides interest and costs. Levy
made and returned to me by E. F. 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 and 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 11. .1. Bead,‘tax collector of
Glynn county, against the said J. E. du Biguon
for Ins state and county taxes due for the year
ISM. Taxes $1>12.4:! principal besides interest
and costs. Levy made and returned to me by
E. F. Taylor, deputy sheiiff.
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 Glvnu and in the city
of Brunswick therein, and known and distin
guished upon the map or plan of said city
made by George B. Baldwin, A. D. 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 lormerly used as an office, situate upon
the northwest corner of said lot, as the prop
erty of W A. McDonald. Levied upon to sat
isfy a balance due unto James Walker of the
sum of $520.52, with interest from January 14,
ISM, upon that certain execution issued out of
the superior court of Glynn .county upon a
judgment obtained at the May term, 1892,
thereof, in favor of Joseph I*. Gilson, vs. W. A.
McDonald, as maker, and James W alker and
Daniel McDonald as endorsers, said 11 fa hav
ing been taken up by the said James Walker
for the full sum of principal, interest ami costs
due upon the same to the 9th day of June, 1592,
as appears thereon, with credits thereon which
reduce said execution to 162J.52 principal aud
levied upon also for all costs accruing for
present levy and advertisement and 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.
Also at the same time and place one bicycle.
Overland make, No. 18,866. Levied on as the
property of C. I*. Crichton under and by virtue
of an execution issued from the county court of
Glynn county, Ga., in favor of Tb. F. Wintei
for S4O principal besides interests and all costs.
Levy made ami returned to me by E. F. Tavlor.
deputy sheriff.
Also at the same time and place all that cer
tain tractor parcel of land lying and being in
the 26th Georgia Militia District, Glynn county,
Ga., and containing 17 acres of land, more or
less, ami bounded as follows: North by the
lands of A. M. Hay wood, south by the Jordan
tract of land, east by salt marsh and west by
Maywood's lands. Levied on as the property of
James Hannigan under and by virtue of-xfi'ex
ecution issued from the city court of Brunswick
in favor of A D. Gale, Jr., and against the said
James Hannigan for stenographer fees; piin
cipal $32 10 besides all costs. Levy made and
returned to me by E. F. Taylor, deputy sheriff.
Also at the same time and pdsce one dentist
chair levied on as the property of William
Nobles under and by virtue of an execution is
sued by 11. J. Bead, tax collector of Glvnn
county, against the said William Nobles for
state ami county taxes due for the year 1896:
amount of taxes $12.10 besides interest and
costs. Levy made and returned to mo bv E. F.
Taylor, deputy sheriff.
Also at the same time and place that certain
lot or parcel of land lying and being in the eitv
of Brunswick, county of Glynn and state of
Georgia ami known and deeerilied in the map <>r
plan of said city as old town lot No. 155 with all
ami singular the imyrovements thereon. Lev
ied on as the property of S. C. Littlefield under
and by virtue of an execution issued by H. J.
Bead, tax collector of Glynn county, Ga..and
against the said S. C. Littlefield for state and
county taxes due for the year 1896; amount of
taxes $38.79 besides interest and costs. Levy
made and returned to me by E. F. Tavlor, dep
uty sheriff.
W. H. B EBB IF,
Sheriff Glynn County, Ga.
THE EYE
Is the most delicate orpin you pos
sess. Then why run the risk of in
juring it forever and going blind
by being fitted to cheap glasses and
by incompetent persons?
WE ARE
Thoroughly versed in the anatomy
of the Eye, having made a study of
it, and \vc lit the Eyes scientifically.
Examinations Are Free ■ ~
>—■ —and See Us.
KENNON MOTT,
215 Newcastle St.
Examiner of watches for the Southern
Kail ay. Time daily at 11 o’clock from
Washington.
GARFIELD’S
PHOTOGRAPHIC
STUDIO,
Gloucester St.,
(Opposite Express Office.)
fork In
—lts Brandies.
Copying and
Enlarging si
All Kinds.
SATISFACTION GCA It A STEED.
F. ROQOWIN,
207 Newcastle Street.
Hotting, Sties;
Hats and Gants’
FiraisliD£s.z-
Having moved from our
old stand and wishing to
make room for new goods
we are selling at cost.
Call and Ses Us Before Buying.
Miss Josie Smith's
SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
—Will Open—
Monday, September 27. '97,
BRUNSWICK, GA,
Miss F. G. Nightingale’s School
WILL OPEN ON
Monday. Sept. 27,
At Her Residence on Carpenter Street. .
Every .merchant in Georgia is in
vited to ask the Downing company for
prices on groceries and feed. tf
Johnson’s
Chill and
Fever
Tonic
Cures Fever
In One Day.
rarke-s Gold Camel Ceylon tea *
served at Riflemen's Itazaar. is on le !
at the Old Reliable Drug Store. 1
LINDEN BAKING POWDER.
Manufactured By
Linden Baking Powder Oil
MACON, GA.
LINDEN is an absolutely pure and whohsome Phosphate
Powder, and is sold under a guarantee to give perfect satisfac
tion in every respect. Try it.
Brunswick Grocery Cos. molesale
For sale by the following retail grocers at Sc. and lOc.
per can:
A. E. WRNZ, K. MAN SOL l!.
AN. 11. DuNok, DANE MOORE, s. Elt ED ERICK,
J. P. DAVENPORT, W. S, PITTMAN, M <:. ( II ASTEN,
T. IS. BOWEN, FRANCKS PFI.OCK.
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 |oc
Best Can Corn in the city |o*
pound Can Peaches in syrup, very nice \2 l Au
1-pound tin Mackerel in tomato sauce. iso
Nice fat, juicy Mackerel 10 J
HEANY & BAILEY, grocers,
Telephone No. 11. 312 Newcastle Street.
Livery Draying
and Stables. * nl ?
reed Sale
Morris & Lee,
Mansfield Street. Old Street Car Stables
WHFN YOfTP And the Steak is Good
* * A-l , A UAt You may be sine that it came from
HONOR IS CHARLES
. T " BAUMGARTNER & CO.
AJL 01 LAIV. Western meats from Swift.
GAME IN' SEASON, FINEST SAUSAGE,
HAMS, BREAKFAST BACON.
305 Grant Street, and 213 Newcastle.
0. M, Madden, a. H. Lane, W. B. cook, W. Nussbaum,
President. Vice-President. Cashier. Asst. Cashier.
THE ==x
MERCHANTS & TRADERS BANK
OF BRUNSWICK.
CAPITAL, #IOO,OOO. Sl ItPI.LS, 10.OCO.
DIRECTORS:
James L.Foster, J. B. Wright, C.IXOgg, M. Kaiser,
Moses Isaac, A. H. Lane, J. M. Madden, A. O. P. Dodge, jr.
. Accounts of Ail Solvent Institutions Are Solicited.
A Savings Department Is Maintained m This Bank
and Accounts of Women and Minors Are Solicited.
! C. DOWNING, President. E D. WALTER, Cashier. E H. MASON, Vice President
] he{%JationalJ3ankof E>runswick
CASH CAPITAL $150,000-
Deals Liberally With Its Faults anti Friends
BURGLAR PROOF SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
iflS OFTEN THE CASE
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 ANY stvle any E .
Fleming & Waff.
jTT. LISSNER.
—WHOLESALE—
Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon
and Provisions.
Grain, Hay and Bran A Specialty
300 glouster and. _ Brunswick, Ga.
204 GRANT streets, ’

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