sand irregu'- \ \
y thing that is i 1
. the distinctly J,
toration, driv- \'
id imparting 1
atural drains, f,
nonthly flow | >
makes sickly x
■ong and well
Irug stores. jj
3k about it. <i|
io., Atlanta, Ga. |>
1 £ EIIIIShF'S FOR EITIBF.R SEX
tC Elllleri w This remedy being; in
—s jeeted directly to the
G'“ AWi seat of those diseases
O (3 ®©f the Ge.ni to-Urinary
Ml Ba Organs, requires so
|X| change of diet. Cure
—' • guaranteed in 1 to a
days. Small plain pack-
TT ‘BX "SF 1 “’• by mail, # 1.00
i.? Jt’h.KjSSold only by
W. J. Butts, the druggist, corner
Newcrstle and Gloucester streets
Brunswick, Ga. Moderate prices. Tel
ephone 27. Prescriptions a specialty.
He is now Cured, and He Thanks God
and P. P. P., Lippman’s Great Rem
edy, For It
Mr. George Briggs, of Moore, Okla.,
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 feu with liquid nourish
ment, and in this manner life was sus
tained. Bead the following extract
from his letter: “ Truth is stranger
NEURALGIA, CATARRH AND RHEUMA
TISM COMPLETELY CURED.
George Briggs, of M oore, 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 he
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
by saying lie thanks God and our med
icine, P. P. P., Lippman’s Great 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
fold by all druggists.
UPPMAN BROS., Apothecaries, Sole Prop'ra,
Llppman’s Block, savavmah, Qa.
oa. a. c. west’s
NERVE MS GRAIN TREATMENT
THE ORtCiKTL, ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS.
Is Bold under positive Written tJuarante©,
byauthorized agents only, to euro Weak Memory,
DizzineHß, Wakefulness, Fits, Hysteria, Quick
ness, Night Losses, Evil Dreams, Lack of Confi
dence, Nervousness, Lassitude, all Drains, Youth
ful Errors, or Excossivo Use of Tobacco, Opium,
or Liquor, which leads to Misery, Consumption,
Insanity and Death. At store or by mail, $1 a
box; six for $5; with written guarantee to
cure or refkind money. Sample pack*
age, containing fivo days” treatment, with full
instructions, 25 centß. One sample only sold to
each person. At store or by mail.
tCgTRed Labe! Special
For Impotency, Loss ofwjr <l <r W
Powor, Lost Manhood, . /MIL
Sterility or Barrenness^.
$1 a box; six for $5,
to cure in 30 days. At atureWVSE,
'OSPOKfcor by mail. AFTcR
W. J. BUTTS, The Druggist,cor. Newcas
tle and Gloucester streets, Brunswick,
Ga. Moderate prices. Telephone 27.
Prescriptions a specialty.
A sample of Numsen’s celebrated
Old Orchard Vinegar will be furnished
free to those who ask for it at W. H.
DeVoe’e grocery store.
SHORT BUT SPICY
NOTES OF THE NEWS.
The Happenings of the City as
Caught by “The Times”
matters personal and general.
Brief Statements of the Many Things That
Make Up the Busy Round
There were no arrivals or sailings
of vessels yesterday.
Mr. I*. W. Godfrey will make his
future home in Atlanta.
C. L. Clark, of North Carolina, is in
the city at the Oglethorpe.
Miss Eloise Davenport has gone to
Athens to attend Lucy Cobb institute.
George Burbage leaves this morning
for Oxford, where he will enter Emory
Just received a fine line of fancy
basom shirts, golf hose, neckwear.
Call and see them. Levy’s.
0. F. Dodge, of Nashville, Tenn.,was
in the city yesterday at the Ogle
The bad weather outside gave the
tugs an uncomfortable time yesterday
Mr. C. S. Tait left Friday night for
a two weeks.’ visit to Atlanta and North
Judge Samuel C. Atkinson and Mr.
J. L. Beach are in Atlanta on a buri
Howell C. Erwin and son, Master
Milton Erwin, of Atlanta, are at the
Tha finest line of
ever brought to Brunswick. See our
window display. Levy’s.
Hon. W. G. Brantley leaves this
morning for Blackshear, where he
will visit his children.
The rain which kept up all day yes
terday made the Saturday business a
little quieter than usual.
For sale—milk, butter, buttermilk,
cream ami curds. Order by wagon
driver or telephone 168. Jersey Dairy
Cos. A. 13. Rowe, S-13 lm.
Mr. .1. M. Keen came in yesterday
from a trip up the road id the interest
of the Brunswick Grocery company.
The Southern railway will sell, un
til September 30, round trip tickets to
Washington, D. C., for one and one
third fare. Tickets good until Oc
We are sole agents for the following
line bats: Dunlap, Stetson, Gotham
and Levy’s Special They are now
ready for inspection. Levy’s.
The Southern railway is gelling
tickets to Cincinnati and Louisville
and return, good going on September
13, 14 and 15, and returning within
ten days, at one and one third fare,
for the round trip.
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.
Masters Goldsmith Lehman, Tom
•O’Connor and Archie Kay have
gone to Sharon, Ga., to enter Sacred
Heart Seminary tor the coming term.
Colonel W. E. Kay accompanied the
boys to seß them safely installed.
The news has reached the city of the
death of Master Johnson Branham,
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Branham,
which occurred at the home of its
grandfather at Oxford, Ga., several
days ago. The little fellow was a
very promising child, and the many
trieuds in this city of the stricken
parents will regret to learn of their
Pure wheat bran at Dillon’s.
First Baptist Churoh.
Walter M. Gilmore, pastor. Preach
ing Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Baptist Young People’s Union at 10 a,
in, Sunday school at 4p, m. Subject
of morning sermon, "The Wilderness
Life.” Subject of evening sermon,
“Murmuringa or Contentment,
For No. 1 hay go to Dillon’s.
At First Methodist.
Sabbath services at First Methodist
church at 11 a. m. and 7 :45 p. m. All
cordially invited. Subject of the pas
tor’s morning sermon will be ‘‘The
Revival We Need.” Sunday-school at
4:30 p.m. All welcomed.
For cheap hay go to Dillon’s.
To Cure a Cold in One l>ay.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. Twenty-live cents.
THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA. : SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1897.
PORT OF BRUNSWICK, Sept, 10, 1897.
CORRECTED DAILY BY CAPT. OTTO JOHANNIBON
WITH E. H. MASON A CO.
Helen L. Martin, Am schr, 318, Foun
tain, Nassau, Hilton-Dodge—Boston.
Sagitta, Nor bk, 512, Pedersen, Rio Ja
neiro, Downing Cos.
Tafalla, Sp bk, 995 Roig, Havana, Pa
Joven Antonio, Sp brg, 237, Ferren, Ha
vana, R Torras.
Cedardene, Br, ss, 1437, Rigby, Las
Palmas, Brunswick Terminal Cos
Rio Grande, Am ss, 2048, Staples, New
York, Mallory—New York.
Albion Br ss, 2373, Race, West Hartle
pool, Johnston line.
Inchdune, Br ss, 1895, Purse, Barry,
Buonavent'iro, Sp ss, 1,151, Lazarraga
Gustave Adolf, Nor bk,723, Svenningsen,
Fort Natal, via Barlados, Downing Cos.
RAC Smith, Am bk, 596, Hooper, East
Maria Antonio, Sp bk, 423, Font, Ha
Maria Dolores, Sp bk, 440, Santos, Pa
Schwanden, Nor bk, 817, Eriksen, Santos,
Verdad, Sp bk, 438, Sosyilla, Havana,
Emita, t m bk, 49(3, Bray, Pernambuco,
Baxter & Co—New York,
Stephen G Hart, Am bk, 589, Hart,
Hawfruen, Nor bk,662, Monsen, Santoo,
Joe', Port bg, 232, Miraudes, Cape de
Daisy, Am bg, 418, Moore, Santos via
Robert McFarland, Am schr, 545, Small,
Isabella Gill, Am schr, 525, Collison,
Dora Matthews, Am schr, 373, Brown,
New York, Torras —New York.
Leiia Smith, Am schr, 237, Trainor, 1 ew
York, Torras—New York.
Nimrod. Am schr, 257, 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
Frank W Howe, Am schr, 483, Williams,
Annie L Henderson. Am schr, 407, Hen
derson, Port of Spain, Hirsch A Cos
Kate S Flint, Am schr, 522, Topley, Los
Palmas, Torras and Southern Pine Co—
Humarock, Am schr, 399, Veazie, St
J ohns, Hilton-Dodge.
Steamships, 3; Ships, 0: Barks, 10; Brigs,
3; Schooners, 13. Total, 29.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Qunine Tab
lets. Ail druggigts refund the money
if it fails to oure. Twenty-five cents.
You can get a free sample of Num
sen’s celebrated Old Orchard Vinegar
by calling at K. Mansaur’s grocery
store, Bay street.
Elberta peaches, canned in Georgia.
They are fine. Ask your grocer for
To Core a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. Twenty-five cents.
U. M. C. “New Club” loaded shells.
Dealers can get them from the Down
ing Cos., Brunswick.
Ask for a free sample of Numsen’s
celebrated Old Orchard Vinegar. G.
Nurasen’s celebrated Old Orctiard
Vinegar is sold by the London Gro
cery company, who will furnish a free
sample to those who ask far it.
C. A. SHAW,
Artesian Barber Shop,
Shaving and Haircntting.
Strictly First-Class—Neat and Polite Barbers.
The Perfume* of Violets
The purity of the lily, the plow of the rose,
and the flush of Hebe combine in Pozzoni’s
To accept this as a perv
sonal invitation to
spect our stock of Fur
niture and Housefurn
ishing goods. The larg
est and the best assort
ment: The lowest prices
316 Newcastle St.
'■ 18 Year Old” I
AT NEXT YEAR’S PRICES.
1 It has become an established rule in the bieyele
1 business that all wheels carried over from one season 1
i to the next must be sold then <
AT A REDUCED PRICE.
1 Rather! than carry over 1897 Ramblers, which we 1
I shall continue to manufacture in order to keep our i
I mechanics busy until we start on 1898 Ramblers, we ,
, will, while they last, sell 1897 Ramblers at next year’s ,
i Former Price, sBo.
' nfw ( Sin g les ' $65.00
PRICE- \ No. 21 (special), $75.00
I ( Tandems (all styles), SIIO.OO
I GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
BRUNSWICK CYCLE CO..
MADE ME A MAN
§AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE
A~LJj Neri'oua 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 yonng, and
fit a man for study, business or marriage.
• Prevent Insanity and Consumption if
taken in time. Their nse shows immediate improve*
:nent and effects a CURE where ail others fail. In
sist upon having the genuine Ajax Tablets. They
have cured thousands and vwll cure you. Wo give a
positive written guarantee to effect a cure in each case
or refund the money. Price 60 cents per package, or
six packages [full treatment] for $2.60. By mail, in
plain wrapper, upon receipt of price. Circular free.
AJAX REMEDY CO.,
For palo in Brnnswick, Ga., by WILLIAM
CROVATT & CO.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JOLT 4, 1891.
. . No. No. So. No#
Novthbouud. 81 13
£v7 Brunswick | 5 <saj HHflaj 6 40p TTBp
Ar. Everett 685a 10 30a 4 80 p 9 lOp
Lv. Jesup 11 22a ...... 19 Mp
“ Baxley 12 23p UH>
Hazlehurst 12 65p 12 00n
• Lumber City 1 25p 12 20a
■ Helena 202 y 103a
“ Mlssler 2 18p 124a
“ Eastman 2 40p 161a
“ Empire 8 07p 222a
EvTHawHnsvllle UTOp ......
Cochran .... No. ** 8 19p Ho. l 2 36a
“ Macon 850a 4 llSp TlOp 4 15a
" Flovilla 9 BMa 5 58j> 8 09p 6 27a
“ McDonough 10 10a 6 40p 8 45p 6 10a
Ar. Atlanta 1110a 7 4?p 9 45p 7 15a
Lt. Atlanta 2 80p 10 OOp 10 OOp 7 sCla
Ar. Chattanooga 7 Bop 415a 415a 1 OOp
Ar. Louisville 765a 8 15p 8 16p 7 55a
Ar. Cincinnati. Q. & C.. 7 80a 7 30p 7 80p 7 80a
Lt. Atlanta 11 60p 1200 m
Ar. Washington 9 40p 6 42a
“ New York 6 28a124Hp
- 10 - Q
Lr. New Vork "IBop BTSa
“ Washington 10 i9p 1115a
Ar. Atlanta. 8 55p 610a
Lt. Cincinnati, Q. & 0 8 OOp 2 30a 8 80a 8 OOp
“ Louisville 7 85p 7 45a 7 45a 7 85p
Lt. Chattanooga 8 00a 10 OOp 19 OOp 8 05p
Ar. Atlanta 1 lOp 6 ooa 6 00a 8 OOp
Lv. Atlanta 4 20p 5 20a 8 10a 880 p
“ McDonough 6 20p 8 15a 910a 9 85p
“ Flovilla 5 58p 6 59a 950 10 lip
Ar. Macon 7 OOp 8 10a 10 50a 1110 p
Lv. Cochran 10 OSa 12 40a
Ar. Hawkins vllle 10 Joa
” Einmre - 7L .7!7T7 “ T.TSoS Ust:
“ Eastmar 10 81a 124a
“ Mlssler 1117a 162a
" Helena . 11 !10a 2 07a
* Lumber City 12 86p 2 46a
" Hazlehurat 12 Bop 8 08a
“ Baxley ~— 8 86a
Ar. Jesup "• 2 88p *4 4 40a
Lv. Everett Tssa 8 iJOp TflSp 6 80a
Ar. Brtmewick 7 45a 41i0p 8 OOpi 6 80a
Nos. la and 14—“ Pullman sleeping cars be
tween Atlanta and Brunswick. Pullman
drawing room sleeping cars between Jack
sonville, Fla., and Nash nils, Tann., via
Nos. 7 and 16—Pullman drawing-room sleep
ing ears between Maccn and Asheville, N. C.,
via Atlanta and Bpartanburg.
Nos. 9 and ID—Pullman drawing room sleep
ins cars between Atlanta and Louisville.
Nos. 7 and B—Pullman sleeping oars between
Atlanta and Chattanooga. This car is placed
in Union Passenger stanon, Atlanta, for the
reception of passengers at 9:00 p. m.
Connection st Union Depot, Atlanta, for all
points north, east and west.
V. H. GREEN, J. M. CULP,
Gen’l Superintendent, Trafllo Manager.
w,™r a,D - a
Gen'l Pass. Agt. Aset. G-rn’l Pass. Aft.
Washington, D. q Atlanta, Ga.
Small boxes family crackers at Dil
Coney & Parker,
COAL AND WOOD,
Rosendale and Portland Cements, Ci mmon and Facing Brick,
Rock Lime, Plaster, Hair, Shingles and Laths, Sewer Pipe,
Chimney Flue Pipe and Fittings, Fire Brick and Fire Clay.
Telephone 18 *23 BAY STBEKX
MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
Hew m, mm m Boston
PROPOSED HOURS OF SAILING FROM BRUNSWICK DURING MONTH OF SEPTEMBER;
September 3 9:00 a. ut.
September 10 5:00p, m.
September 17 8:30 a.m.
September 24.. 4:00 p.m.
For general information, steamers, trains, rates, etc., apply to any railroad agent, or to
CHAS. DAVIES, Agent, 220 W. Bay St, Jacksonville, * la.
t, .. „ . A. P. MURPHY, Agent, Fernandina. Fla
U. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga.
C. H. MALLORY & CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. River, and 303 Broadway, N. Y.
n°. 9i no. 3. Time Table j - Vo - 04 - NO -'' 2
Passenger Mixed NO. 19, Passenger j Mixed
Daily. Effective Sunday Sept ! Daily. Daily,
Daily. 0, 1897,12 01 am
7 30am.... 430 pm lv Brunswick ar 8 20am i140pm....
50am— 650 pm ar Waycross lv iilOam... 925 pm
1105 am... 935 pm It Waycross ar 5 50am... 700 pm
100 pm... 1159 pm ar Tifton lv 310 am. 1500 pm....
1 05pm... 12 10 am lv Tiftton ar 2 55am.... 4 55pm
225 pm.. 155 am ar Albany lv 12 55am.... 340 pm
12 30pm... 12 30am ar Savannah lv 300 am.... 4 00pm
ar Charleston lv 1100 pm
100 pm... 930 pm ar Jacksonville lv 700 pm
8 15pm... 10 30 am ar BtAugustine lv
ar Tampa lv
2 25pm. .1240 am ar rhonaaeville lv 2 50am 4 50pm...
VIA TIFTt N & G. S.& F.
730 am..: 4 30pm 1v.... Brunswick .... ar 8 20am ...:1140pm..*.
100 pm..ill 59pm ar.... Tifton lv 2 55am : 4 55pm
4 30pm. 4 05am ar.... Macon .... lv 11 25pm ;11 50am
7 35pm..i 7 45am ar ... Atlanta .... lv 7 sUpm I 320 am....
1 10am..; I 00pm.. ar.... chattanoga .... lv; 2 55pm : 4 05am
6 40am..i 6 55pm ar Nashville .V 900 am :1120pm. .
7 32 pm..| 7 20am ar St. Iguis lv: S 55pm....i 7 CUam...
j ar... lv; I
VIA WAYCROSS & MONTGOMERY.
7 33 am... 4|3opm 1v.... Brunswick —ar : 8 20am ...11 40pr~....
950 am... 6 50pm ar.... Waycross ....lv ; 6 OOain ...; 9 25pnr ....
9 20pm. 7 45am ai ...Montgomery ....lv ; 7 45pm...; 7 55am.. -
12 22 a m.. 12|01am ar ••••B rmingham.... lv; ; 4 00pm ...: 4 54am....
6 55am ... 7 00pm ar Nashville lvi ; 9 oopin ...10 20am
7 32pm... 7 20am ar St. Louis lv; ; 8 55pm ...i 7 ream....
12 27pm... 321 pm ar Louisville lv j 2 56am...; 335 am....
4 12pm ... 7,25 pm ar Cincinnati iv; ;11 00pm ... jll 6uam
BETWEEN BRUNSWICK, MACON & ATLANTA—VIA TIFTON AN! ■
7 33a m.. 4 30pm 1av.... Brunswick ....ar S 20am ... 11 4ftpm ..
430 pm.. 4 05am jar.... Macon ... lv 11 25pm ... 11 50um ...
7 85 pm .. 7 45am |ar Atlanta lv 7 60pm ... 8 20am..
S--llegular stop. F—Stop on signal.
Direct connection made at Wavcross with throng’- Pullman Sleeping Cars for
Montgomery, Nashville, Savannah. Charleston, and all points 5 orth; also Tampa and St. Argui
tine. Keeling chairca s between Waycross and Montgomery via ThomasyiUe.
B. DUNHAM, GEO. W. COATES, B. W. WRENN,
General Supt. Division Pass. Agent. Pass. Traffic Manas**.
Send 16 cents in currency or postage to any official
of this company for deck of handsome playing cards.
JBPgL CUMBERLAND ROUTE
Effective July 5.
BRUNSWICK - CUMBERLAND - FERNANDI
Daily Exceit Sunday,
Leave Brunswick 8:00am
Arrive Cumberland Island 10:00 a m
Arrive Fernandina 12:00 a in
Fernandina 1:30 p m
Leave Cumberland Island 3:30 p m
Arrive Brunswick 5:30 pm
Leave Brunswick 8:00 a m
Arrive Cumberland Island 11:00 a ni
Leave Cumberland Island 3:30 p in
Arrive Brunswick o:3opm
\V. M. TUPFER & Cos.,
lirunswick, Ga., July 26, 1897.
11. H. RAYMOND,
General Passenger Agent.
To A DVEKTIBK onr TANDEMS and
BICYCLES we gbitll DISTRIBUTE
FREE OF COST
1 Tandem Combination $175 00
1 “ Diamond Frame 150 00
1 Bicycle, Ladies’ 125 no
1 “ Gent’s 125 00
1 “ Ladies’ 100 00
1 “ Gent’s 100;,00
1 ‘ Ladies’ 75'tO
1 “ Gent’s 50 00
1 “ Youth’s,'Girl’s 50 00
1 “ “ Boy’s 50 10
io 81,000 oo
Write AT ONCE (incloslnss
Slumped Addressed Envel
ope) lor full particulars. . .
AVALON BICYCLE COMPANY,
211-215 Grand Ave.,
“Agents Wanted.” Milwaukee, Wij.
We sell new 1897 Bicycle for $25.
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.
Kate 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
Ice cream soda,
Full line of Cigars and To
Fresh Fruits Confectionery
302)5 NEWCASTLE ST.
PAINE, MURPHY & 0)7
Orders Executed O’or Our Private Wires
COTTON, STOCKS, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
For Cash or on Margins.
Local Securities Bought and Sold.
Board of Trade Building, Jackson Building,
Savannah, Ga. Atlanta, Ga.
J. B. ABRAMS,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Day
OPPOSITE OGLETHORPE HOTEL.’
DATCMTC u. S. AND'FOREIGN, , -
Eugene W. Johnson, "ZZ
Solicitor and Attorney in Patent Canscs.
1729 New York Ave., Washington, D. C.
Office established JS(kS. Charges moderate
The Rosy Freshness
And a velvety softness of the skin is inva
riably obtained by those who use Pozzoni's
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