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The Brunswick times. [volume] (Brunswick, Ga.) 188?-1900, October 13, 1897, Image 4

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Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
ftpst,
POWDER
Absolutely Pure
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
Buginoes—Better.
Jacksonville Times-Union and Citi
zen : M. H. Connally, general agent
of the Nashville, Chattanooga and St.
Kouis Kailway, has returned to the
city from a visit to Savannah, Bruns
wick and other Georgia towns. While
at these places, Mr. Connally made a
canvass of the business houses with a
view to finding out the condition of
business and as to whether or not
there wae a revival of trade. His,in
quiries were most encouraging, and
he states that there is fully 60 per
cent, increase ill trade Over Inal year
at this time.
To Cure a Cold In One liay.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. Twenty-five cents.
Buy onr $1 schor l shoes for girls—
solid throughout, at l'almer’s.
“Persistent 8a ing the Road to Wealth*”
THE --=-•.■■ —■
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 I’resdt.
W. B. Cook, Cashier.
To Improvt It
Messrs. J. J. McDonough and Wil
liam Is. Still well, the leading spirits
of the Southern Pine company, were
in the city yesterday. It is said their
visit related to the company’s recent
purchase of the Cook’s mill property
and that they will begin improving it
at once.
To Cure a Cold lu One Day,
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. Twenty-live cents.
Our Ladles’
Department.
Ladies’ Underwear,
Umbrellas, Neck
wear, Culls, Col
lars, Handkerchiefs
and Hose.
LEVY’S—
ALONG THE BAY.
Items of Harbor Nows and General Shipping
Interest.
The Mallory liner Colorado arrived
yesterday afternoon from New York,
via Port Royal. The Colorado has a
very large cargo.
The British steamship St. Fillans,
1,937 tons, Captain Stahb, arrived yes
terday afternoon from Rotterdam to
load cotton and phosphate from A. F.
Churchill.
The German bark Henny, SOS tons,
Captain Stigmann, arrived yesterday
from Port Natal, to load from the
Downing company.
There were no sailings of vessels
yesterday.
There - arc now JlTv easels in port—4
steamships, 10 barks, 1 brig and 4
schooners.
MR. LEE DEAD.
Contracted Pneumonia on a Trip, and Did
Not Survive Attack.
Mr. D. H. Lee died at bis residence
in this city yesterday morning after a
short iliness. The cause of death was
pneumonia, which Mr. Lee contracted
on a recent trip through the country.
The deceased moved to this city from
Waycross about six months ago, and
entered the livery stable business in
partnership with Captain Charles
Morris. He recently sold out his in
terest and was contemplating enter
ing another line of business.
He leaves a wife, two sons and a
daughter to mourn his loss.
The remains will be sent to Way
cross for burial today.
Sought Watery Grave.
On the voyage of the British steam
ship Saint Fillans, from Rotterdam to
Brunswick, L. Dufrange, a fireman
and trimmer, committed suicide by
jumping overboard. He was seen to
jump and Captain Stabb had the boats
lowered and life buoys thrown out.
The boats cruised for 40 minutes, but
the man was not recovered. He is
supposed to have made the leap in a
fit of insanity.
Johnson's
Chill and
Fever
Tonic
Cures Fever
In One Day.
Captain Stabb’s Experience.
Captain Stabb, of the British steam
ship Saint Pillans, was shaking hands
with his many friends in 'Brunswick
yesterday. Since its last visit to this
port the Saint Fillans has figured in a
disastrous collision in the English
channel, in which a number of lives
were lost. Captain Stabb will have to
return to England shortly to answer
charges in the investigation of the
accident.
The Lyceum.
Two names were added to the ly
ceum lists yesterday—Messrs. J. 0.
Calhoun and William Loback. The
number enrolled is now 113 and 37
more are needed. They will be ob
tained by Saturday.
Rates to Maoon.
The Southern railway announces
ow rates to Macon’s grand carnival
and trades display October 11 and 12.
There will be many attractive fea
tures. The round trip rate from
Brunswick will be $5,70.
Kob Roy flour has no superior and
few equals. It is beautiful. tf.
Notice.
Brunswick, Ga., Sept. 15, 1597.
To whom it may concern :
Health certirtoates can be secured by
persons leaving the city at my office,
between the hours of 9 a. m. and 1 p.
ra., and between 2:30 and sp.m. daily,
Sundays excepted.
Laurence C. Bopet,
City Clerk.
Notice.
Mayor’s Office, Brunswick, Ga.,
Sept. IS, IS97.—Persons leaving the
city can, between regular office hours,
secure "health certificates” from Dr.
Hugh Burfoid, president board of
health, or A. V. Wood, secretary board
of health, or L. C. Bodet, city clerk,
city hall, room No. 7.
Albert Fkndig, Acting Mayor.
THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, UA„ WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1897.
THE SHAKERS’ IDEASof MEDICINE
Nowa-days when a man goes to hU
doctor he is usually told that he has
some unheard-of disease with a long
name, and when ho leaves the office he
does not know whether it is St. Vitus
dance or consumption that is gradu
ally undermining his health.
It is therefore refreshing to talk
with the Shakers, for their very sim
plicity commands confidence and re
spect, and we have the further satis
faction of knowing that they have de
voted themselves to the study of dis
ease and its cure for more than a hun
dred years.
The venerable old man whom the
writer saw was only too glad to dis
cuss his pet subject. He said that
strange as it might seem, very few
dootors realized that three-quarters of
the most prevalent diseases were all
attributable.to faulty digestion. - -
He then went on to say that a child
of average intelligence knows that
putrid meat or decaying vegetables are
poisonous, and they must be avoided,
and yet these same foods, even if
taken into the stomach in the freshest
possible condition, soon decompose
unless digested and absorbed.
In euch cases the resulting poisons
enter the system, when aches and
pains, weakness and debility soon fol
low as a natural consequence.
It was recognition of this that led
the Shakers to devote their energies
to the perfection of a product which
would stimulate the digestive organs
and assist them to perform their
proper work.
The first symptom of disordered di
gestion is loss of appetite, and the
Shaker Digestive Cordial is wonder
fully efficient in supplying any defi
ciency in this respect, at the same
time it relieves all distress after eat
ing. Furthermore, as was carefully
explained by our venerable friend, it
is absolutely harmless.
Better evidence of the Shakers’ con
fiueuoa in it could not be found, than
in the faot that they have placed 10-
cent sample bottles in the hands of all
druggists, assured that if once tried it
will produce such immediate and
marked benefit that it will be contin
ued.
Anew lot of party slippers in kid,
patent leather, satin and red at Palm
ers .
SHIPPING REPORT.
PORT OF BRUNSWICK, Oct. 12, 1897
CORRECTED DAILY BY CAPT. OTTO JOEANHESON
WITH K. H. MASON & CO.
ARRIVED.
Saint Fillans, Hr es, 1937, Stabb, Rotter
dam, A. F. Churchill.
Henny, Ger bk,B’S, Stigmann, Port Na
tal, Downing Cos.
Colorado. Am ss, 2282, Risk, New York
Mallory—New York.
SAILED.
CLEARED.
IN PORT.
STEAMSHIPS.
Howick Hall, Br ss, 2378, Calvert, Liver
pool, Johnston Line.
John Bright, JBrss, 1782, Keene, Penarth,
Johnston & Cos,
SHIPS.
BARES.
Rex, Nor bk, 488, Andersen, Dublin,
Downing company.
I.ouget, Nor bk, 519, Sorensen, Pernam
buco, Downing oompany.
Nineveh, Am bk, 442, Walls, Point a
Petre, Hilton-Dodge
John Swan, Am bk, 028, McLaughlin,
Cape Town, Broadhead—New York.
George Thompson, Br bn, 1043, Jenkins,
Janeiro, Downing company.
Julia, Nor. bk 772, Jorgensen, Cape
Town, Downing t o.
Subra, Nor bk, 539, Ivnudsen, Table Bay,
Dovyning company.
Fama de Canaries, Sp bk, 415, Suells,
Havana, 7 orras.
OliVe Thurlow, Am bk, 627, Gooding,
Port Elizabeth, Hilton-Dodge—New York.
Gleneida, Am bk, 745, Pettingill, Port
Elizabeth, Baxter * Co.—New York. ,",
Conception, Sp bk, 556, Riera, Santos,-
Padrosa.
Mayaguez, Sp bk, 34e, Siza, Charleston,
Padrosa.
Grace Lynnwood, Am bk, 592, Gilley,
Demerara, Hilton-Dodge—New York.
Verdad, Sp bk, 438, Sosyilla, Havana,
Torras.
Stephen G. Hart, Am bkt, 589, Hart, Bos
ton, Southern Pine company.
BRIGS.
Joel, Port bg, 232, Miraudes, Cape de
Verde, Torras.
SCUOONBKB.
Joel F. Sheppard, Am schr, 539, Carter,
Boston, Hilton-Dodge—Boston.
May O’Neil, Am schr, 512, Watts, Boston,
N. Gregertsen.
Henry Lippett, Am schr, 790,’Howes,
Buenos Ayres via Barbadoes.
Johh H. Plait, Am schr, 1036, Ives, Sa
lem, Baxter & Co—New York.
F C Yarnell, Am schr, 471, Bowen, Nor
folk, Hirsch & Co—Boston.
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.
Haroluine, Am schr, 1226, Hall, Norfolk,
Baxter & Co.—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.
RECAPITULATION.
Steamships. 4; Ships, 0; Barks, 16; Brigr,
1; Schooners, 11. Total, 32.
Ship Notice.
Neither the owner, master nor consignee of
the Norwegian bark Rex, is respnsihle for any
debts contracted by the crew.
ANDERSEN. Master.
Steel shod school shoes at Palmer's.
Cheap for Cash.
New Cleveland bicycle, model A,
only S3O; ’96 model, $42 50. These are
new wheels direct from the factory.
George H. Cook.
Try a pair of our steel shod schoo 1
shoes, at Falmer’s,
JUS.
-A
Your Eyes Are Cared For When
Your Spectacles Are Fitted Here.
•We will furnish your eyes with a pair
of pebbles that are just suited to them.
We will make the framos lit your nose,
face and eyes so comfortably that you'll
hardly know you are wearing glasses,
and they always look well. Wo test the
eye in a scientific manner and give you
relief. Our examination and advice cost
you nothing. Calland see'us.
Everything in Jewelry.
Repairing of Every Kind.
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
iT W. J. Butts,
Agent for Huyler’s Candies.
Estey Organ bo.
ATLANTA, GA.
'l'lie lies!
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.
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, No. 213 Grant St.
R. E. Owens. No, 204 Moult St.
FREE DELIVERY.
The public is invited to visit our fac
tory on Glynn avenue.
smfeiniFiMiiii
11 uni nil.
We Lave a fine line of Hats and
Millinery goods at very low
prices. Ladies wishing any
thing in my line will find it to
their advantage to call and look.
Receiving new goods continu
ally. Respectfully invited.
Mrs. £. Earle,
203 Newcastle Sb, Brunswick, Ga
All kinds of ware, both ladies’ and
gents’, dyed by a French process.
Every job guaranteed. Cali and see
our work. Sager & Carter, 504 Monk
street. 10-10 lw
A beautiful lunch basket goes with
every pair of scboolshoes at Palmer’s.
Grand Opening.
The cards are out for the fall opening of
MISS MB' £llllßl M FIRI MS.
The very latest styles, shapes and colors in Ladies’
Hats just received from the north.
We can please everybody. The opening will be
From the 15th to the 17th.
LINDEN BAKING POWDER.
Manufactured By
Linden Baking Powder Cos,
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.
DriinAiiii aL p*
Wholesale
yiUliSwiUßi UluGSly llOi Agents.
For sale by the following retail grocers at sc and lOc.
per can:
A E. WENZ. Iv. MAN,SOUR, |
W. 11. DkVGE, DAVE MOORE, S. FREDERICK, f
J. P. DAVENPORT, W. S. PITTMAN, M C. CHASTEN,
T. 15.150 WEN, FRANCES PFLOCK.
SCHOOL BOOKS
AND
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
At Lowest Market Prices at
Fleming Sc Waff’s.
H HUE JUST RECEIVED
A fresh shipment of the following goods:
CHILI SAUCE, CLAM BOUT.LION, MUSHROOMS,
FRENCH SOUPS, CLAMS, I*AU A MASON CHEESE,
MAPLE SYRUP, STRAINED HONEY, JELLIES AND JAMS,
RAISINS, PRUNES, CURRANTS, ETC.
KEANY & BAILEY, grocers,
Telephone No. 11. 312 Newcastle Street.
J. M, Madden, a. 11. Lane, W. B. cook, W.Nusrbaum,
President. Vice-President. Cashier. Asst. Cashier.
THE
MERCHANTS 8: TRADERS BANK
OF BRUNSWICK.
CAPITAL, 9100,000. *0 SURPLUS, 910,000.
DIRECTORS:
James L. Foster, J. B. Wright, C. P. Ogg, M. Raise’-,
Moses Isaac, A. H. Laiv;, J. M. Madden, A. G. P. Dodge, jr.
. Accounts of All 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
T~*he ]\[ ational fj|>ank of f^runswick
CASH CAPITAL $150,000
Deals Liberally With Its Faults and Friends
BURGLAR PROOF SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT,
—n "M
THE CHANCE
OF YOUR LIFE!
A few slightly damaged Man
tels at one-half price.
COME QUICK. /
IRON FENCING.
MONUMENTAL WORK.
Brunswick Marble and Granite Works,
KEED 11. LaNANCE, Proprietor.

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