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wholesome and delicious. mi POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. ALONG THE BAY. Items of Harbor Nows and General Shipping Interest. The American bark Grace Lynwood, 692 tons, Captain Gilley, arrived yes terday from Demerara, to load a cargo of lumber for New York. The bark Lindores Abbey sailed yes terday with a cargo of 2,114 barrels turpentine and 3,160 barrels of rosin valued at $37,948, from the Downing company. The American brig Daisy, Captain Moore, sailed yesterday with a cargo of 260,000 feet lumber and 400,000 shin gles, valued at $7,900 from the Ililton- Dodge Lumber company. The American schooner Humarock, Captain Veazie, sailed yesterday with a cargo of 345,000 feet lumber, valued at $4,200, from the Ililtou-Dodge Lum ber company. “Ppratetent Saving 1b the Head to Wealth.** THE KIIIS MERS BANK 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. Their Prize Drill. The Riflemen will have their regular prize drill, inspection and dance at the armory tonight. There will be two prizes each for drill and inspec tion. Lieut. Frank A. Dunn will be the judge of the drill and Lieut. Ed Stephens of the inspection. The medal is now worn by Sergeant John Wiggins. Rob Roy Hour has no superior and few equals. It is beautiful. tf. FALL SEASON, 1897. or it Materials Are Well Bought. orU Designs Arc Well Thought. Oil! Clothes Are Well Wrought. They are ready for your inspection. *>nr Motto: “Onward, Ipwiinl.'* LEVY’S—^ THE BOARD MEETS. Matters of Interest Pertaining to the Schools Disposed of at the Meeting. The board ot education held its reg ular monthly meeting at the city hall yesterday morning. President M. Isaac, whose resignation is before the city council, was present and presided at the meeting. County School Commissioner H. T. Dunn reported the result of the recent examination ot applicants for teach ers’ places in the county schools. The commissioner reported that there were twenty-three applicants, and that twenty-one of these passed. The commissioner was instructed to issue licences to those who passed the ex amination. Of the twenty-one suc | cessful ones there were eighteen col ored and three white. The election of a principal for the Risley colored school came up. The principal elected at the last meeting resigned and declined to serve. The board filled bis place by the election of W. C. Green, an applicant from Al bany. There was nn further business. The city schools will open for the next term on the first Monday in October. Civil Service. The United States civil service com mission has ordered that an examina tion be held by its local board in this oity on Saturday, October 2,1597, com mencing at 9 o’clock a. m., for the grade of carrier in the postoftice ser vice. Only citizens of the United States can be examined. The age lim itations for this examination are as follows : Between 21 and 40 years. No application will be accepted for this examination unless Hied with the un dersigned, on the proper blank, before the hour of closing business on Sep tember 29,1897. Applications should be filed promptly in order that time may remain for correction if neces sary. Captain Merrifield Back. Captain George Merrifield, one of Brunswick’s best known former citi zens, has returned to the city from Tampa, and will make his home here. He will have charge of Okarma’s local shoe house. Captain Merrifield was instrumental in starting the naval militia idea here, and was also instru mental in organizing the Florida bat talion. Their Important Meeting The county commissioners will tioid their adjourned meeting on Wednesday next. At this meeting the important matter of fixing the tax rate, of settling the matter of ex- Treasurer Lamb’s bond, and of decid ing on the future disposition of the courthouse matter, will be taken up and acted on. All Quiet, Says the Judge. Judge Sam Atkinson, from Bruns wick, was here yesterday. As to the political situation in Glynn he reports it calm, aud since the stir over the mayoralty question nothing of signif icance has happened.—Atlanta Consti tution. Dwelling-House Burned. A dwelling-house on South Wo'f street, owned by Mr. J. J. Spear, and occupied by the family of Mr. Heath, was partially destroyed by Are yester day morning just before daybreak. The loss was covered by insurance. Johnson’s ) Chill and Fever Tonic Cures Fever In One Day. Go to John Gonzales’ grocery store and get a free sample of Nuinseo’s celebrated Old Orchard Vinegar. To Washington D. 0. The Plant System has made the low rate of $26,51 from Brunswick to Wash ington, D. C., and return via Savan nah and Atlantic Coast Line. Tick ets on sale up to and including Sep tember 30, with Anal limit to October 31. Choice corn at Dillon’s. THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA„ TUESDAY • MORNING. SEPTEMBER 14, 1897. TO CJRE DYSPEPSIA. A New Remedy Which Will Do It. Chronic dyspepsia is considered by many people to be nearly if not quite incurable. No good reason can be given why they think so except that perhaps they have tried various rem edies without much, if aoy benefit. But the progress in every branch of medicine has been such that among other things a lasting cure for indi gestion in its chronic form as well as temporary has been discovered and is now placed before tbe public strictly on its merits as a permanent cure for all stomach troubles or difficulties wilhjthe digestive organs. This new treatment iscalled Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets, being put up in tablet form bo as to be easily taken and also to preserve its good qualities for an indefinite length of time. This remedy has produced surpising effects in the worst forms of indiges tion, and in many cases where ordi nary remedies failed to give even re lief, Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets have tully cured. The splendid results from using this preparation are owing to the fact that it is prepared and intended for dyspepsia and Rtomach troubles only. It is not a cure all like so many adver tised remedies, claiming tu cure every thing under the sun, but it Is claimed that it is a certain cure for dyspepsia and any one suffering from any form of indigestion cannot fail to get per manent relief and cure from its use. It isso prepared and the ingredients are of such a nature that when tbe tablets are taken into the stomach they digest the food, no matter wheth er the stomach is iu working order or not. You get sustenance and strength to mind and body by reason of the food being properly digested and at the same time the much abused stom ach is allowed to rest and recuperate. Notwithstanding the great benefits to be derived from Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets, tbe price is but 50 cents for full sized package and all druggists sell them. A little book on Stomach Diseases mailed free by addressing the Stuart Cos., Marshall, Mieh. SHIPPING REPORT. PORT OF BRUNSWICK, Sept.’lSL 1897. COBBECTBD DAILY BY CAPT. OTTO JOHANNKBON WITH E. H. MASON * CO. ARRIVED. Grace Lynnwood, Am !>k, 592, Gilley, Demerara, New York. Co'orado, Am ss, 2232, Risk, New York Mallory—New York. CLEARED. Sagitta, Nor bk, 512, Pedersen, Rio Ja neiro, Downing Cos. Tafalla, Sp bk, 995, ltoig, Havana, Pa drosa. Joven Antonio, Sp brg, 237, Ferren, Ha vana, R forras, SAILED. Daisy, Am bg, 418, Moore, Santos via Barbados, Hiitou-Dodge. Humarock, Am tclir, 399, Veazie, £t Johns, Hilton-Dodge. IN PORT. STEAMSHIPS. Albion Br ss, 2373, Race, West Hartle pool, Johnston line. Inchdune, Br ss, 1895, Purse, Barry, Churchill. Buonaventnro, Sp ss, 1,151, I.azarraga Cienfuegos. SHIPS. B ASKS. Gustave Adolf, Nor bk,723, Svenningsen, Port Natal, via Barlados, Downing Cos. RAC Smith, Am bk, 590, 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. Yerdad, Sp bk, 438, Sosyilla, Havana, Torras. Emita, Am bk, 493, Bray, Pernambuco, Baxter & Co—New York, Stephen G Hart, Am bk, 589, Hart, Walds ooro, Hllton-Dodge— Boston. Hawfruen, Nor bk, 662, Monsen, Santoo, Hilton-Dodge. BRIGS. Joel, Port bg, 232, Miraudes, Cape de Verde, Torras. ScnOONSBS. Helen L. Martin, Am schr, 318, Foun tain, .Nassau, Hilton-Dodge—Boston. ltobert McFarland, Am schr, 545, Small, Noank, McCullough. Isabella Gill, Am schr, 525, Collison, Kingston. Dora Matthews, Am schr, 373, Brown, New York, Toiras—New York. Lelia Smith. Am schr, 237, Trainer, 1! ew York, Torras—New York. Nimrod, Am schr, 257, Green, New York. Grace Bradley, Am sebr, 490, 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 IV Howe, Am schr, 483, Williams, Boston, Hilton-Dodge. Annie I, Henderson. Am schr, 407, Hen derson, Port of Spain, Hirsch & Cos KateS Flint, Am schr, 522, Topley, Los Palmas, Torras and Southern Pine Co— s RKC APITUL ATION. Steamships, 4; Ships, 0: Barks, 12; Brigs, 2; Schooners, 13. Total, 31. Johnson’s Chill and Fever Tonic Cures Fever In One Day. -M. 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 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 we lit the Eyes scientifically. Examinations Are Free > —■ flail and See Us. KENNON MOTT, and Optician. 215 Newcastle St. Examiner of watches for the Southern Railway. Time daily at 11 o’clock from Washington. New Reliable. A Fine assortment of Park & Co.’s Celebrated W. J. BllttS, Druggist. Agent for Huyler’s Candies. GARFIELD’S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO, Gloucester St., (Opposite Express Office.) Work la Brandies. Copying and Enlarging of All Kinds. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. F. RQQOWIN, 201 Newcastle Street. (Hitting, Stas: Hats and Gents’ 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, C. A. SHAW. Artesian Barber Shop, Shaving and Haircutting Strictly First-Class- Neat and Polite Barbers. Rob Roy flour has no superior and few equals. It is beautiful. tf LIHDEN BAKING POWDER. Manufactured By Linden Baking Powder CtL, MACON, GA. 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. WWesale For sale by the following retail grocers at sc* and lOc. per can: A. E. WKNZ, jr MANSOUR. W. H. DkYoK, DAVE MOORE, S. FREDERICK, '.V^SS?° BT ’ W. S. PITTMAN, M ( , CH ASTKN, 1.1.. BOW EX, FRANCES I’FI.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 Bahcd Beans, 3-pound tin. |oc Best Can Corn in the city |Qc :i-pound Can Peaches in syrup, very nice 12'Xc 1-pound tin Mackerel in tomato sauce |5 Nice fat, juicy Mackerel |(); KEANY & BAILEY, grocers, TelephoneNo.il. sl2 Newcastle Street. California Restaurant- CHUE HALL, Manager. BEST IN BRUNSWICK.^ BORDERS TAKEN FOR O. K. LAUNDRY- J. J. LISSNER. —WHOLESALE— Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions, Grain, Hay and Bran A Specialty 204 gran t - Brunswick, Ga. J. M. Madden, a. 11. Lane, W. B. Cook, W.Ni-ssbaum, President. Vice-President. Cashier. Asst. Cashier. THE MERCHANTS X TRADERS BANK OF BRUNSWICK. CAPITAL, SIOO,OOO. SURPLUS, SIO,OOO. DIRECTORS: James L. Foster, J. B. wright, C. D. Ogg, M. Kaiser, Moses Isaac, A. H. Lane, J. M. Madden, A. U. P. Dodge, jr. . Accounts of All Solvent Institutions Are Solicited. A Savings Department Is Maintained m This Rank and Accounts of Women and Minors Are Solicited. C. DOWNING, President. E. D. WALTER, Cashier. E. H. MASON, Vice President | he^ationalf3ankof|3runswick CASH CAPITAL $150,000- Deals Liberally With Its Pa tr ns and Friends BURGLAR PROOF SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. IT IS OFTEN THE CASE That a good frame saves a poor picture, it is always the case that a good frame improves a good picture. jWe Make Good Frames ANV style any price Fleming & Waff. Atlas Engines^^ Portable and stationary boilers, shafting, pulleys, belting, pipeing, injectors and fittings, sawdust and coal-burning grates. Twenty carloads for quick delivery. Get our prices. Come and see us. Lombard Iron-works and Supply Cos., CAST EVERY HAT. AlimiKtS fin CAPACITY 300 HANDS. XXllgUSla* Ud noOD COOKIN i MARKS GOOD EATING.- MEALS SERVED TO* ORDER. GRANT ST.