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Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome and delicious. m, sHe POWDER Abza ’utely Pure ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. Railroad Men Collide. Two popular railroad men were the principals in an exciting: bicycle col lision on Newcastle street in front of Polhill’s drug store late yesterday af ternoon. The parties were Conductor Minahan and Engineer Andy Robin son, of the Southern railway. Both were thrown. Conductor Minahan’s elbow was sprained. Engineer Rob inson escaped without injury. Dr. Blanton attended to the conductor’s injured arm. Elberta peaches, canned in Georgia. They are tine. Ask your grocer for them. tf. School supplies at Dunn’s. “Persistent Saving is the Road to Wealth.” THE IUNISSTRADERS UK 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 rresdt. W. R. Cook, Cashier. Young Man Died. Savannah, Oct. s.—Mr. Richard F. Byrnes, a drug clerk, died at noon to day at the Savannah hospital after a lengthy illness. He ha) been criti cally ili for about two weeks, suffering from typhoid fever. To Cure a Cold in One I>ay. Take Laxative Broino Qunine Tab lets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure, 'Twenty-five cents. Free—With every pair of school schoes a lunch basket goes free at Palmer’s. Largest line of school supplies at Dunn’s. HATS. Leaders Are "’v Dunlap, Stetson, Mam, Imperial. Besides we have all cheap er grades. LEVY’S— Our mono— -Onward. Upward." A Chinase Pupil. Among the pupils who entered the white city schools for the term is a Chinese girl, the daughter of a China man and a white woman. The child Beems to be bright and of qunk per ception. There was a question about her admission, but the board of educa tion decided that she was entitled to the benefits of the sohools. Hurt on the Wharf. D. S. Manning, a white workman on the Plant System wharf, engaged in loading Captain Churchill’s steamship, was the victim of an accident early yesterday morning. A bale of cottoD slipped and struck Manning, throw ing him about ten feet. His elbow was dislocated. Dr. Blanton attended tha injured man. Johnson’s Chill and Fever Tonic Cures Fever In One Day. Standard Oil Men. A meeting of the field forces of the Standard Oil company south of Balti more was held at Savannah on Mon day. The southern managers in the various departments were present. Mr. J. S. M. Symons, manager at this city, was present and Ed S. Player was on hand with his new stories. Stole a Watch. Albert Scott, oolored, was before Justice Hitch yesterday, charged with stealing a gold watch from Judge De lany, colored. The evidence was against Scott, and he was bound over to the city court, on a change of lar ceny from the house. Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic Cures Fever In One Day. Steel shod school shoes at Palmer's. Should Be Fixed. Avery bad place in the sidewalk on A street, in front of Moore’s . ndertak ing establishment, demands the atten tion ot the public works department. It could be repaired with little cost, and is likely to cause accidents. Jpl buys a good pair of school schoes for boys and girls at Palmer’s. Only the Bills. The county commissioners held their regular meeting yesterday morn ing at the city hall. There was noth ing before the commissioners except approving the county bills, and this was the only business of the meeting. Get your school books at Dunn’s. Card of Thanks. To the people of Brunswick : In de parting from the city, to embark in business in another city and seotion, 1 desire toexpiess my heartfelt thanks ior the many kindnesses which, as a citizen, 1 have received from you and for the patronage which you saw tit to bestow upon me as a business man. My long residence in Brunswick has caused a strong attachment to the city and its people, and I feel that I cannot take leave without expressing, in so far as l am able, the deep gratitude and friendship I feel toward all of you. Yours very truly, Jacob Michelson. Kob Roy llour has no superior and few equals. It is beautiful. tf. Tax Collector's Rounds. For t lie purpose of collecting state and county taxes for the year 15!i7.1 will he at the follow ing products on dates named to wit; St. Simon, Oct. 19, Nov. 9 and 30. Jamaica, Oct. 20, Nov. 10, Dec. 1. Sterling, Oct. 21, Nov. 11, Dec. 2. Pyles, Oct. 22. Nov. 12. Dec. 3. Brunswick, Oct. 23, Nov. 13, Dec. 4. Extra, Everett City, Nov. 22, Funic, 14-Mile- Post. Nov. 1. All dates not above mentioned I can be found at office in city hall. Now is the time to get information as to amount of tax due by parties non-resident. Send in vour list. II."J. BEAD, T. C. G. C. THE TIMES; BRUNSWICK, GA„ WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 6, 1897. ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD A NEW DISCOVERY WHICH IS WORTH THAT MUCH. To Anyone Affleted With Piles. The Pyramid Pile Cure, the new, paioless remedy, which has been so remarkably successful in curing every form of piles and rectal diseases, has recently been placed on sale at drug gists and it is safe to say that -when its extraordinary merit becomes fully known, there will he no such thing as surgical operations for the cure of this obstinate and common trouble. Mrs. M. C. Hinkly of 601 Mississippi st., Indianapolis, Ind., says: 1 bad been a terrible sufferer from piles for 15 years and no remedies benefitted me, untill saw an advertisement of the Pyramid Pile Cure; 1 got a pack age, also a package of Pyramid Pills and used both according to directions. I was astonished at the immediate re lief obtained and now I honestly be lieve the Pyramid to be the only cer tain cure for piles. That you may realize how bad 1 was, I will say that 1 was conflQed to my bed and went before the college phy sioiaos here who said my case was a new one to them and wanted seven or eight hundred dollars to undertake a cure; the great pain had brought on a rupture, I knew an operation would be death to me on account of blood poisoning. Nearly everyone here knows of my terrible suffering from piles and L feel that I cannot praise the Pyramid Pile Cure enough and the. Pyramid Pills also. My husband will join me in highly recommending the Pyramid, my daughter was cured by one box only. For several years I weighed but about 90 pounds, now I weigh a 150 and feel in perfect health. This seems to bs the universal testi mony of every sufferer from piles who have ever tried the Pyramid ; it is the safest, most painless pile cure yet dis covered ; contains no opiate, morphine, cocaine or any poisonous ingredient whatever, has a soothing, healing ef fect from the first application, and the moderate price places it within the reach of everyone needing treatment The Pyramid Pile Cuse is sold by druggists at 50 cents and SI.OO per package and the Pyramid Pills at 25 cents per box. Send to Pyramid Cos., Albion, Mich , for free book on cause and cure of piles. SHIPPING REPORT. PORT OF BRUNSWICK, Oct. 5, 1897 CORRECTED DAILY BY CArT. OTTO JOHANKESOU WITH E. H. MASON * CO. ARRIVED. F 0 Yarnell, Am eclir, 471, Bowen Nor folk, Hirsch & Co—Boston. SAILED. CLEARED. Albion Br ss, 2373, Race, West Hartle pool, Johnston line. Maria Dolores, Sp bk, 440, Santos, Pa drosa. Dora Matthews, Am schr, 373, Brown, New York, Torras —New York. IN PORT. STEAMSHIPS. John Bright, Br ss, 1782, Keene, Penarth, Johnston it Cos, St. Irene, Br ss, 2479, Attell, Shields, A F. Churchill. SHIPS. B ARKS. John Swan, Am bk, 028, McLaughlin, Cape Town, Broadhead—New York. George Thompson, Br bk, 1043, Jenkins, Janeiro, Downing company. Julia, Nor. bk, 772, Jorgensen, Cape Town, Downing Cos. Subra, Nor bk, 539, Knudsen, Table Bay, Downing company. Fama de Canaries, Sp bk, 415, Suells, Havana, Torras. Olive Tliurlow, Am bk, 027, Gooding, Port Elizabeth, Hilton-Dodge—New York. Gleneida, Am bk, 745, Pettingill, Port Elizabeth, Baxter it Co.—New York. Conception, Sp bk, 550, Riera, Santos, Padrosa. Mayaguez, Sp bk, 34e, Siza, Charleston, Padrosa. Grace Lynnwood, Am bk, 592, Gilley, Demerara, Hilton-Dodge—New York. Maria Antonio, Sp bk, 423, Pont, Ha vana, Torras—Taragona. Verdad, Sp bk, 438, Sosyilla, Havana, Torras. Stephen O. Hart, Am bkt,sß9, Hart, Bos ton, Southern Pine company. BRIGS. Joel, Port bg, 232, Miraudes, Cape de Verde, Torras. SCHOONERS. John L. Treat, Am schr, 478, Greenlaw, Charleston, Hilton-l)odge. Lyman McLaw, Am schr, i 235. Blake, Philadelphia, Kroadhead. Addie M. Anderson, Am schr, 887, Tay lor, Portsmouth, Broadhead. James Judge, Am schr, 594, Davidson, Havana. Johanna Swan, Am schr, 597, Cole, St. Thomas, Frank A. Palmer, Am schr, 1832, Gard ner, New York, Emanuel. Haroldine, Am schr, 122 G, Hall, Norfolk, Baxter & Cos. —New York. Warren Adams, Am schr, 634, Givens, Philadelphia, Hirsch & Co.—Portland. Ebenezer Haggett, Am schr, 799, Poole, Key West, Southern Pine company—New York. R.S. Graham, Am schr,32s, Outten, Wil mington, Hitton-Dodge. John C, Smith, Am schr. 393, Kneeland, Havana—Hilton-Dodge—New York. Lizzie Chadwick, Am schr, Clark, New York, Hirsch & Co.—New York. Sylvia C. Hall, Am schr, Lowe, New York, N". Gregertsen- New Haven. Nelson Bartlett, Am schr, Willey, Bos ton, Hilton-Dodge—New York. Ella M. Willey, Am schr, 799, Willey, Cape Town, via Barbadoes, Hilton-Dodge —New York. Robert McFarland, Am scl.r, 545, Small, Noank, McCullough—Noank. Isabella Gill, Am sebr, 525, Collison, Kingston, Hilton-Dodge. RECAPITULATION. Steamships, 3; Ships, 0: Barks, 14; Brigs, 1; Schooners, 19. Total, 37. Ship Notice. Neither the master nor consignees of the British steamship John Bright win he resnon sible for any debts contracted by the crew of said steamship. WM. JOHNSTON ft CO., Ltd.,Consignees. 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 litted 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 sciontilically. Examinations Are Free ■—'> i Till and See Us. KENNON MOTT, and Optician. 215 Newcastle St. Examiner of watches for the Southern Railway. Time daily at It o’clock from Washington. 7r New Reliable. A Pine assortment of Park & Co.’s Celebrated iT W. J. Butts, Agent for Huyler’s Candies. Estey 0 rgan Cos. ATLANTA, GA. Pianos'— —AND —'Organs, For cash or installment, H.T. DUNN & SON, Agents. 219 Newcastle Street * * * If you need an Organ, * * * call and see us and we * * * will save you money. Joerger’s Pharmacy. DRUGS, PERFUMERY, CIGARS, ETC. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Day and Night. OPPOSITE OGLETHORPE HOTEL. Oysters Fresh every day, by the quart or gallon at popu lar prices. Shell oysters can be had every day by the peck, bushel or barrel, AT Scarlett & Phillips, Owners, No. 204 Monk St. | No. 213 Grant St. FREE DELIVERY. &LYNN OYSTER AND FISH COMPANY. The public is invited to visit our fac tory on Glynn avenue. Mothers will do well to see our school shoes for boys and girls at Palmer’s. Rob Roy flour has no superior and few equals. It is beautiful. tf To Spend Thanksgiving. The Riflemen, at last night’s meet ing, decided to spend Thanksgiving Day on St. Simons. The program of the day will include target-shooting, skirmish drill and a basket dinner. Buy our $1 school shoes for girls— solid throughout, at Palmer’s. 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. “ esalB ** For sale by the following retail grocers at sc> and 10c a per can; A. E. WENZ, K. M AN,SOUR, W. H. DbVOE, DAVE MOORE. 8. FREDERICK, J. P. DAVENPORT, W. S. PITTMAN, M C. CHASTEN, T. B. BOWEN, FRANCES PFLOCK. California Restaurant- CHUE HALL, Manager. BEST IN BRUNSWICK.^ er-ORDERS TAKEN FOR O- K. LAUNDRY- it Hi ii received^ A fresh shipment of the following goods: CHILI SAUCE, CLAM BOULLION, MUSHROOMS, FRENCH SOUPS, CLAMS, PAUAMASONCHEESE, MAPLE SYRUP, STRAINED HONEY, JELLIES AND JAMS, RAISINS, PRUNES, CURRANTS, ETC. KEANY & BAILEY, GROCERS, Telephone No. 11. 312 Newcastle Street. J. M, Madden, a. XI. Lank, W. B. Cook, V>. Nfssbaitm, President. Vice-President. Cashier. Asst. Cashier. THE — ~ MERCHANTS & TRADERS BANK OF BRUNSWICK. CAPITAL, *lOO,OOO. SURPLUS, *lO,OOO. DIRECTORS: JamesL.Foster, J. B. Wright, C.TLOgg, 11. Raise’, Moses Isaac, A. H. Lane, J. M. Madden, A. U. P. Dodge, jr. . Accounts of All Solvent Institutions Are Miiitef • A Savings Department Is Maintained m This Bank and Accounts of Women ami Minors Are Solicited. C. DOWNING, President. E. D. WALTER, Cashier. E H. MASON, Vice President ffhe Rational of Brunswick CASH CAPITAL $150,000- Deals Liberally With Its and Friends BURGLAR PROOF SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. THE CHANCE OF YOUR LIFE! A few slightly damaged Man tels at one-half price. COME QUICK. IKON FENCING. MONUMENTAL WORK. • Brunswick Marble and Granite Works. REED E. LaMANCE, Proprietor. SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES At Lowest Market Prices at Fleming &. Waff’s. / Atlas Engines f, '\~ Portable and stationary boilers, shafting, pulleys, 1 belting, pipeing, injectors and fittings, sawdust and coal-burning grates. Twenty carloads for quick delivery. Get our prices. Come and see us. Lombard lion-works and Supply Cos., CAST EVERT I>AY. A />_ CAPACITY 300 HANDS. AU^USIa, u,)OD COOKINiJ MAKES GOOD EATING. MEALS SERVED TO ORDER. GRANT ST.