Mother’s Friend j
\ is a liniment for expectant mothers ! 1
! 1 to use externally. It softens the muscles 1 !
i| anti causes them to expand without dis- |>
comfort, if used during most of the period ''
! of pregnancy there will be no morning !
i| sickness, no rising breasts, ho headache. 1
1 1 When baby is born there will be little 1 1
pain, no danger, and labor will be short '!
f and easy. $1 a bottle at .druggists. [
1 1 Send for a FreK Copy of our illustrated i|
!' book about Mother’s Friend. !
i The Bradfield Regulator Cos., Atlanta, Ga.'!
Weakened One Man’s Constitution
Until It Brought Him to
Mr. James S. Harrison, a well-known
and highly respected citizen of Cleve
land, 0., was for years a sufferer from
dyspepsia and general debility, and in
his weakened condition, resulting from
the above causes, he had the additional
ill-luck to fall a victim to malaria from
this complication of disorders. Mr.
Harrison’s condition was becoming very
serious, when he commenced to take P.
I’. P., Lippman’s Great Remedy. Its
effects were marked and immediate.
Read his letter to us. Its earnestness
Genti.kmen: For the benefit of all
suffering from dyspepsia and general
debility 1 beg to submit my testimonial
as to the efficacy of your P. P. I*., Lipp
nian’s Great Remedy, as a positive
cure for all the distressing complaints
from which I suffered.
My system was also full of Malaria
and my condition was growing very
serious; I had no appetite, was losing
strength and was completely broken
down in health, but now my'’health is
completely restored, and I can eat like
a field laborer, without the slightest
fear of any.serious results.
I take great pleasure in telling the
world that P. P. P. did the grand work
of restoring me to my accustomed
health. Yours truly,
* JAMES S. HARM SON,
Tf yon get tip feeling tired and stupid,
I*. P. P. should be taken—it will make
you feel well.
P. P. P. cures eczema, that tortur
ingl. itching' disease of the skin and
blood. If your blood is kept pure, you
will not be disfigured with pimples,
boils and blotches.
P. P. P. is the deadly foe ami van
quisher of rheumatism. Its effects are
immediate and lasting, and it lot only
relieves, but permanently-cures.
Scrofula, which is hereditary and
deep-seated in the blood can be cured
by P. P. P. It is tlie one ami only posi
tive cure for this dread disease.
Sufferers from kidney troubles find
immediate relief when they take P. P.
P. as it cures all irregularities and re
stores to nature her proper functions.
Sold bv all druggists.
CIPPMAN BROS., Apothecaries, Sole Prop’r*,
Uopman’s Block. Savannah, (la.
JS3| CUMBERLAND ROUTE
Effective July 5.
BRUNSWICK - CUMBERLAND - FERN AN DI
Daily Excnri Sunday,
Leave Brunswick X :00 am
Arrive Cumberland island 10:00 a m
Arrive Fernandina 12:00 a m
Leave Fernandina 1:30 p m
Leave Cumberland Island 3:30 p m
Arrive Brunswick v,-..... 5:80 p m
Leave Brunswick S:ooam
Arrive Cumberland Island .11:00 a m
Leave Cnmlierland Island 0:30 p m
Arrive Brunswick —.-. (1:30 p m
W. M. Tl PrEil & Cos.,
Brunswick, Ga., July 26,1807.
11. 11. RAYMOND,
General I’asscngor Agent.
207 Newcastle Street.
M and Gants’
Ilaviiiß meved from our
oDI siKioi and wishing to
make room for new goods
we are selling at cost.
Call and See Us Before Buying.
SHOUT 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
I he water tanks are still uncovered.
Phe park is now without a police
Mayor Johnsoa is now the busiest
1 lie city vehicle ordinance is being
The burned Lissner houses on Stone
wall street are being rebuilt.
Mr. LeKoy Dart is acting as engi
neer on the steamer Egmont.
Tiie Plant System’s new pitedriver
will bo completed in about six weeks.
Mr. v\\ J. Butts will leave tbeciiy
about October 1 for a short pleasure
The Oglethorpe register is showing
daily increases in the number of ar
Captain C. S. Wylly, city engineer,
is out again to tlie delight of his many
Tile bog in the union depot yard is
tile greatest public nuisance in exist
ence at present.
Clerk 1.. C. Bodet has issued nearly
500 certificates since the beginning of
tile quarantine season.
The Jewish young men went
through the lormality of paying New
Year’s calls yesterday.
Mr. Jim S. Farnum, the popular
representative of the Acme Brewing
company, is in the city.
The “9lop over” fountain at the cor
ner of Newcastle and F streets has
been once more repaired.
The Oglethorpe hotel laundry is be
ing put in first class order, and will
soon be ready for operation,
Mrs, A. M. Miner, teacher of piano
and singing. Voice culture a special
ty. The Oglethorpe, Oct. 1, 1897.
Tiie storm-wrecked building at the
corner of Cochran avenue andG street
has been completely torn down, thus
removing an eyesore.
For sale—New ’96 models Cleveland
wheel for $42.50 cash. New and direct
from the factory. Apply to Geo. H.
Cook, agent. ee22-tf
Mr, Ed S. Player, the genial Stand
ard Oil company’s representative, ex
pects to leave today on his usual busi
The Mallory liner Rio Grande sailed
at 7:30 yesterday morning for New
York. The Colorado is expected on
Messrs. David Lissner and S. M.
Glogauer conducted the Rush Has
bona services at the Naval Reserves’
I Judge Hamilton McWhorter, of
Lexington, one of the most promi
nent jurists of the state, has been in
the city for several days on a visit.
Miss Mary A. Porter wiil leave
Thursday for Baltimore on a visit to
her grandmother, Mrs. Benjamin
Tanner, and will probably be abseLt
two years. While in Baltimore, Miss
Porter will take a thorough course in
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. Twenty-five cents.
Headquarters for school books at
Now is the time to buy....
The place to buy them is at
H. T. Bonn’s,
219 Newcastle Street.
LAID HOST A SSI) RT.M K NT,
NEW EST GOODS.
THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA„ TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2S, 1 897.
The Plant System Announces Its Rates to
the Great Exposition.
For the Tennessee Centennial and
International Exposition, Nashville,
Tenn,, May 1 to October 30, 1597, the
Plant System will sell round-trip
tickets trom Brunswick to Nashville,
Tenn., at the following rates on dates
s23.6s—Tickets to be sold April 14
and 24 and daily on and after April
28* until and including October 15;
final limit November 7, ISS) 1 ?.
sl7.3s—Tickets to be sold daily on
aud alter April 29, until and including
October 15, 1897; final limit twenty
days in addition to date of sale.
sl2.6o—Tickets to be sold on Tues
days and Thursdays of each week, be
ginning April 29* and unlilAfid in
cluding October 26, 1897; final limit
ten days in addition to date of sale.
sll.3s—Applies to military compan
ies and uniformed brass bands accom
panying them, moving in bodies of
twenty-five or more on solid ticket; to
be sold daily, beginning April 29. and
until and including October 26, 1897;
final limit ten days in addition to date
of sale. Same rate will apply to bona
fide students and their teachers in
parties of twenty-five or more on solid
tickets, upon application of principals
of colleges, scbools and universities;
to be sold May 15 to June 30,1897, in
clusive, and September 16 to October
25, 1897, inclusive; final limit ten days
in addition to date of sale.
Rob Roy flour has no superior and
few equals. It is beautiful. tf
of firearms and bicycles
done with neatness and
All Work Guaranteed.
Cor. Monk and Grant Sts.
6-1S P. O. KESSLER
Ice cream soda,
Full liue of Cigars aud To
SO2H NEWCASTLE ST.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Day
OPPOSITE OGLETHORPE HOTEL.
PAINE, MURPHY & CO.,
Orders Executed o”er Our Private Wire*
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,
MADE ME A MAN
§AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE
ALL Ac rtfous JHseases— Failing Mem
ory, Impotency, S leeplesnnflsK, etc., caused
by Abuse and other Tlxcesses axnl India
cret ions. They quickly and surely
restore Lost Vitality in old or young, and
lit a man for study, business or niarriaK®.
Prevent Insanity and Consumption if
taken in time. Their use shows immediate improve
ment and effects a CURE where all others tail. In
sist upon having the genuine Ajax Tablets. They
have cured thoi sands and ill cure you. Wo give a
positive written guarantee to effect a cure in each case
or refund the money. Price 50 cents per package, or
eixpackages ffull treatment] for $2.50. By mail, in
plain wrapper, upon receipt of price. Circular free.
AJAX REMEDY CO,,
For sale in Brunswick, Ga., by WILLIAM
CHOVATT & CO.
..O r V.}*'7 f r * r grt*** '■****? r -'r'.tp.f*
People find just tlie help they so, much
need, in Hood’s .SaxsajianJla. It fur
nishes the desired strength by puri
fying, vitalizing and enriching the
blood, and thus builds up -the nerves,
tones the ‘ stomach and regulates the
whole system. Redd this:
*‘l want to praise Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
My health tun down, and I bad the grip.
After that, my heart and nervous-system
were badly affected, so that I cou-ld not do
my own work. Our physician gave me
some help, but did .not decided.
to try Hood’s Sarsaparilla. Soon X could
do all my own housework. I have taken
Hood’s Pills with Hood’s Sarsaparilla,
and they have done file much good. I'
will not be withoutthem. I have taken 13
bottles of Hood’s Sarsaparilla,and through
the- blessing of God, it has cured, me.
I worked as .hard as ever the past sum
mer, and I am thankful to say I am
well. Hood’s Pills'when taken with
Hood’s Sarsaparilla help very much.’*
Mrs. M. M. Messenger, Freehold, Penn.
This and many other cures prove that
ts the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. $l.
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Cos., Lowell, Mass.
Hood’s Pills ssa*ssa.-‘-
“18.Vear Old" .....
AT NEXT YEAR’S PRICES.
It has become an established rule in the bicycle 1
business that all wheels carried over from one season 1
to the next must be sold, then i
AT A REDUCED PRICE.
Rather* than carry over 1897 Ramblers, which we 1
shall continue to manufacture in order to keep our '
mechanics busy until we start on 1898 Ramblers, we ,
will, while they last, sell 1897 Ramblers at next year’s
Former Price, sBo.
nfw ( Sin gH $65.00
PRICE:"! No. 21 (special), $75.00
( Tandems (all styles), $llO.OO
GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO.
WASHINGTON, O. C.
BRUNSWICK CYCLE CO..
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JCLT 4, 1897.
,i. l . No. 2T*, Me. No*
North bound. „ 15 . gg „
tv. Brunswick 5 45a 9 80a i 40p i lte
Ar. Everett 6 35a 10 80a 189 p lOp
Lv. Jesup 11 22a It Up
“ Snrreney 12 04p II Olp
“ Baxley 12 23p U 2Sp
“ Hazlehvtr-it 12 6op 12 00a
■ Lumber City...., 1 26p 12 20a
" Helena...... 202 p ...... 105a
■ Slissler 2 18p 1 24a
“ Eastman 2 40p 1 51a
“ Empire 8 07p 822a
Lv. Hawkinsville •••.-•• 2 40p ■■ ■ ■..
“ Cochran •* giPn-No.* MR
“ Macon ITSOa 4 <sp 7 lOp 415a
“ Flovilla 9 33a 5 58p| 8 09p 5 27a
“ McDonough 1010a 6 40p! 8 45p 810a
Ar. Atlanta 1110a 7 4Ppj 9 45p T 15a
Lv. Atlanta 2 80;; 10 OOp 10 OOp f6oa
Ar. Chattanooga 7 30p 415a; 415a IOOp
Ar. Louisville 755a 815pj 815 p 7 65a
Ar. Cincinnati.Q.&C. j 780a" 73-Op 7 30p 7 80a
Lv. Atlanta ill SOp 1300 m
Ar. Washington | 9 40p 6 42a
“ New York I 0 2Sa 124 Sp j..
Southbound. N "’ So
10 10 8 14
Lv. New York 4 30p T 5 15a
“ Washington 10 48p 1115a
Ar. Atlanta 8 55p 5 10a
Lv. Cincinnati, Q. & C 8 00p 88!'a 830a 800 p
** Louisville 73jp 745a 7 45a 7 83p
Lv. Chattanooga 8 00a 10 OOp 10OOp B(>sp
Ar. Atlanta 110 p 50:a 100a 8 05p
Lv. Atlanta 4 20p 5 20a 8 10a 8 80p
“ McDonough 6 20p 615a 910a 985 p
“ Flovilla 5 58p 0 59a 9 50a 10 Up
Ar. Macon 7 OOp 8 10a 10 50a 11 lOp
Lv. Cochran 10 05a ~ 12 40a
Ar. Hawkinsville 77 10 50a
“ Empire 10 20a 12 67a
“ Eastmar 10 51a 124a
* Missler 1117a 152a
" Helena 1136a 207a
" Lumber City 12 35p 2 46a
* Haziehurat 12 65p 808a
* fS!*:::::::::: VB&r IS
Ar. Jesup 2 88p ** 4 40a
Lv. Everett T5Ka 3 SOp TiSffi ( 80a
Ar. Brunswick 7 45a; 4 30p 8 00p| 6 30a
Nos. iJ and 14—" Pullman sleeping car* be
tween Atlanta and Bninawick. Pullman
drawing room sleeping cars between Jack
son villa, Fla., and Nash villa, Tens., via
Nos. 7 aud 16—Pullman drawing-room sleep
ing cars between Macon and Asheville, N. 0.,
via Atlanta and Spartanburg.
Nos. 9 and 10—Pullman drawing room sleep
tag cars between Atlanta and Louisvill*.
Not 7 and B—Pullman sleeping oars between
Atlanta and Chattanooga. This car U placed
In Union Passenger stanon, Atlanta, for the
reception of passengers at 9:00 p. m.
Connection at Union Depot, Atlanta, tor all
points north, east and west.
W. H. GREEN. J. M. CULP,
Gen’l Superintendent, Traffic Manager,
Washington, D. G. Washington, D. Q
If. A. TURK, 6. H. HARDWIUX
Oen’l Pass. Agt. Asst. Gen’l Pass. Alt
Washington, D. CL Atlanta, Ga.
DATCMTC 6'. S. AM) FOREIGN
r A I til I O PROCURED.
Eugene W. Johnson
Solicitor and Attorney in Patent Causes.
1729 New York Ave., Washington, D. C.
Oflice established 1868. Charges moderate
IT. M. O. “New Club” loaded sheila.
Dealers cau get them from the Down
ing Cos., Brunswick.
Coney & Parker,
COAL AND WOOD,
Kdsendale and Portland Cements, eimmon and Facing Brick,
Eoek Lime * Plaster, Hair, Shingles nd Laths, Sewer Pipe,
\| _ Chimney Flue Pipe and Fittings, Fife Brwk and Fire Clay
Teieplionc- 18 * 23 BA Y STKBET
MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
'JfcjWjk Mi M, Mlpl Oil Boston
ailing runsw ' ci( i Ga..
■PlTOPOgfcb kbtfgS OF SAILING FROM BRUNSWICK DURING MONTH OF SEI’T BULK It:
September 3 '.. 9:00a.m.
September 10 stoop, m.
September 17 S :30a.m.
apply t 0 RUy I ' aihoaU " “
11. -H, RAY.MGND, General southern Agent" BrnnswicktGa" MUBI>iIY ’ ****' ***•**"*'&*
C 11. MALLORY & CO., General Agents,Pier 20,E. River, and 308 Broadway, N. Y, •
no. 9i no. 93. Time Table No - 94 - N °- 02
Passenger Mixed 19, Passenger MlX.d
DailY "Daily. | Daily.^ Daily,
L v r j ~~ ISt .
H 05am... 98a pm lv Waycroes ar ; 550 am... < 7 00pm....
100 pm... Uollpm... ~ ar Tilton lv Slonin. 5 oomn
105 pm... 12 10 am lv Tiftton ar ....i SmSS:'."
14 ar Q A- lban y t lT 1255 am.... 340 pm....
12 30 pm... 12 30am -ar Savaunah lv 300 am.... 4Uopm
ar Charleston lv 11 OOum
100 pm... 9 SOCbju ar Jacksonville lv 1 7ixinni
815 pm... lo 30 am ar 8t Augustine lv 1
ar Tampa lv
2 2apm. .12 40 am... ar Thomasville lv 2 SOam.!!! i’ribpm.'!.
VIA TIFTt i & G. S.&F.
730 am..; 4 30pm 1v.... Brunswick ar 1 8 20am ...11 4011 m
jOO pm..;li 59pm ar Tilton .... lv 2 55am....: 4 s,pm
ar "" ¥ f i con •••• lv ill 25pm....jil ftoani."..,
ar ... Atlanta .... lv 7 ijOimi Is 20am...1
Rln '' : I ®- pm ’ • l? r ’-- ’ ’ Pbattahoga .... lv i j 2 55pm.... I 4 05am.. .
6 40am..; B u.qim w ar Nashville ’v : ! 9 00am in 20nm
. 1 ,36am ... ar.... St. Louis .... lv! i 855pm..,.j 7 tbaui!.."
i r. ; 1 V : j ;
VIA WAYCROSS & MONTGOMERY.
bye- . „ . •
7 31am... 4130 pm 1v.... Brunswick ....ar 8 20am ... 11 40ni"
an anl —• 6 50pm ar.... Waycross ....lv ; : 6 00am ... i 9.25 m-....
2opm .. i iaam ar ...Montgomery lv i 7 45pm 7 ssimi
,12 22 a m.. 12|01ara ar B rmingham.... lvi i 4 00pm . 451 am
• foam... 7 00pm ar Nashville lv: : 9 00pm ...10 20am !
7 32pm ... 7’2oam ar St. Louis lv: j S 55pm ...: iroam....
12 2,pm ... 321 pm ar Louisville !v: : 2 55am ...i 335 am
412j>m... 7,25 pm, ar ....Cincinnati lvi ill 00pm ... ill"50am!!!!
BETWEEN BRUNSWICK, MACON & ATLANTA —VIA TIFTON AND
7 30a m.. 4 30pm av.... Brunswick ....ar 1 8 20am ... 1] 40pm ..
430 pm.. 4 05am ar Macon ....lv 11 25pm ...11 50am ...
7 85 pm.. 7 45am ar Atlanta lv [ 7 60pm . . 8 20aui ~
S—Regular stop. F--Stop on signal.
Direct connection made at Waveross with througn Pullman Slecning Caig for
Montgomery, Nashville, Savannah, Charleston, and all points Forth; alto Tampa and St. Au"u*-
tine. Reeling chairca s between Waycross and Montgomery via Thomasville.
B. DUNHAM, GEO. W. COATES, B. W. WRENN,
General Supt. Division Pass. Agent. l’aas. Traffic nlanatrv.
Send 16 cents in currency or postage to any official
of tliis company for deck of handsome playing cards.
For slß.§o |pHlfell|
The Head of the “Arlington” swings on patent socket hinges, firmly held down by a thumb
screw. Strong, substantial, neat and handsome in design, and beautifully ornamented in gold.
Bed plate has rounded corners and is inlaid or countersunk, making it flush with top of table,
highest Arm—Space under the arm is b% inches high and 9 inches long. This will admit the
largest skirts, and even quilts. It Is Self-Threading—Absolutely no holes to put thread through
except eye of needle. Shuttle is cylinder, open on end, entirely self-threading, easy to put in or
take out; bobbin holds a large amount of thread. Stitch Regulator is on the bed ol the machine,
beneath the bobbin winder, and has a scale showing the number of stitches to the inch, and can
be changed from 8 t 032 stitches to the inch. Peed is double and extends on both sides of needle;
never fails to take goods through; never stops at seams; movement is positive; no springs to
break and get out of order; can be raised and lowered at will. Automatic Bobbin Winder—For
filling the bobbin automatically and perfectly smooth without holding the thread. Machine does
not run while winding bobbin. Light Running—Machine is easy to run, does not fatigue theoper
ator, makes little noise and sews rapidly. Stitch is a double lock stitch, the same on both sides,
will not ravel, and can be changed without stopping the machine. Tension is a flat spring ten
tull*?ll j WI thread from Bto 150 spool cotton without changing. Never gets out of order.
The Needle is a straight, self-setting needle, flat on one side, and cannot be put in wrong. Needle
Bar is round, made of case-hardened steel, with oil cup at the bottom to prevent oil from getting
on the goods. Adiustable Bearings—All bearings are case-hardened steel and easily adjusted
with a screw driver. All lost motion can be taken up, and the machine will last a lifetime.
Attachments—Each machine is furnished with necessary tools and accessories, and in addition we
furnish an extra set of attachments in a velvet lined metal box, free of charge, as follows: One
ruffler and gatherer, one binder, one shirring plate, one set of four hemmers, different widths up
to % of an inch, one tucker, one under braider, one short or attachment foot, and one thread
cutter. Woodwork of finest quality oak or walnut, gothic cover and drawers, nickel-plated rings
to drawers, dress guards to wheel, and device for replacing belt.
£ nflN’T PAY HIGH PRICES FOR DIJY DIRECTLY OF MANUFACTURERS AND
r UUII I IM I SEWING MACHINES DUI SAVE AGENT'S AND DEALER'S PROFITS
OUR GREAT OFFER. $23.50 is our Special Wholesale Price, but •Cr^C^C^C^#
in order to introduce this high-grade sewing machine, we make a special cou- /l
pon offer, giving every reader of this paper a chance to get a first-class ma- fc Coupon
chine at the lowest price ever offered. On receipt of $18.50 cash and coupon, A No. 3305 h
we will ship the above-described machine anywhere securely packed and v
crated, and guarantee safe* delivery. A ten years’ written warranty sent with A good PC llfl
each machine. Money refunded if not as represented after thirty days’ test row UU.UU •
trial. We will shipC. O. 1). for $l!l.o0 with privilege of twenty days’trial oil A tf , jv
receipt of $5.00 as a guarantee of good faith and charges. If you prefer thirty b ll scnt . 11 oruer V
days* trial before paying, send for our large illustrated catalogue with testi- A for Arlington k
monials, explaining fully how we ship sewing machines anywhere to any- b Sewing Machine W
one at the lowest manufacturer’s pi ices without asking one cent in advance, A w r R A
The best plan is to send all cash with order, as you then save the SI.OO dis* b No ‘ 05 w
count. Remember the coupon must be sent with order.
ADDRESS (IN BULL) CASH BUYERS’ UNION, *
Bx, 3305, 158 164 W. VAN BUREN SI, CHICAGO, ILL:
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