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ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
Hits Hflmnhill’s W.djin*.
The wedding of Mi** Lulu Bell.
Hemphill, eldest daughter of Colonel
and Mrs. W. A. Hemphill, and Mr. L.
D. TeackieQuimby, originally of Vir
ginia but now of Atlanta, will be sol
emnized next Sunday at 8:30 o’clookat
the residence of the bride’s fnther.
Several hundred guests will be in at
tendance and the wedding will be one
of beauty and brilliancy. Chrysanthe
mums m their luxurious blossoms will
be the feature in the elaborate decora
tions.—Atlanta Constitution,
To Cure a Cold in One l>ay.
Take Laxative Bromo Qunine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure, Twenty-five cents.
“Persistent Saving Is the Road to Wealth.”
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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 l’resdt.
W. B. Cook, Cashier.
Notios.
Mayor’s Office, Brunswick, Ga.,
Sept. 18, 1897.—Persons leaving the
city can, between regular oilloe hours,
secure “health certificates” from Dr.
Hugh Burford, president board of
healtli, or A. V. Wood, secretary board
of health, or L. C. Bodet, oity olerk,
city hall, room No. 7.
Albert Ffndxg, Acting Mayor.
Notioe.
Brunswick, Ga., Sept. 16,1597.
To whom it may concern :
Health certificates can be secured by
persons leaving the city at my office,
between the hours of 9 a. m. and 1 p.
in., and between 2 :30 and sp. m. daily,
Sundays excepted.
Laurence C. Bodet,
City Clerk.
Fancy
Bosom
Shirts.
A big line just in at
50c, 75c, and Sl*
Examine our line ot
strap slippers for ladies
—something new.
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LEVY’S—
POLITICAL POINTS.
Notes of Interest Taken on the Field of Battle.
Error Oorroctod.
—Registration yesterday was slower
than usual. The number will hardly
go beyond 1,000.
—The “Goo Goos” discovered the er
ror on their banner yesterday, and
bad the missing *‘n” inserted. This
was their only chance to get “n.”
—lt is a ourrent rumor that Captain
W. M. Tupper, when he returned from
Maine, found a letter on his desk, ask
ing him to take a place on the “Goo
Goo” ticket. He respectfully deolmed.
—Bingham’s campaign paper failed
to appear yesterday. It is announced
that it will be issued the latter part of
the week. The “Herald,” it is said,
will be the name.
—Between health certificates and
registration, Clerk Bodet finds no leis
ure moments.
—F. E. Twitty, A. H. Lane, H. H.
McAllister, J. P. Davenport is ths lat
est “size up” of the “Goo Goo” tioket.
—Belcher, Ponder .S' Cos. are putting
in some pretty good work—for the
other eide.
ALONG THE BAY.
Items sf Harbor News aid Gensr&l Shipping
Interest.
There were no arrivals of vessels
yesterday.
Storm signals are bamg displayed
along the coast, and the teasels are
keeping in port as long as possible.
Ths Norwegian bark Rex, Captain
Anderson, sailed yesterday for Bristol,
with a cargo of naval stores from the
Downing company.
The Norwegian steamship, which is
to load crossties from N. Emanuel A
Cos., is now en rout* here. Her oargo
will be very large one.
The Plant System now has three
piledrivers at work on its new
wharves.
The British steamship St. Fillans,
Captain Stabb will probably clear to
day.
Johnson’s
Chill and
Fever
Tonic
Cures Fever
In One Day.
DOING GOOD WORK.
Olerk Bodet ie Getting Many Names for the
Lyceum-
City Clerk Bodet is entitled to the
palm as a lyoeum worker. His list
leads all others in the number of
name* secured. Up to last night he
had 52 names, being over one-third of
the total number necessary.
If each of the other canvassers bad
done one-third as well as Mr. Bodet
the total membership required would
have been seoured long ago.
The total of members now secured
is 136. Only 16 more are netded.
Those added yesterday were P, H,
Mabry, Julius Levy, W. M. Tupper,
George W. Calvin and J. J. Wimberly.
Johnson’s
Chill and
Fever
Tonic
Cures Fever
In One Day.
Didn’t Arrive.
The Mallory liner Colorado did not
arrive yesterday. She is probably de
layed by tbe storm which is prevailing
along tbe coast. .
’Tis not how cheap you can get an
article, but how good it is, tor tbe
money is the thing to be considered.
We give you tbe best value. Call and
look. Kennon Mott, the jeweler and
optician.
Fdberia peaches, canned in Georgia.
They are tiue. Ask your grooer for
them. If.
THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, UA„ WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 21, 1897.
SIMPLE AT FIRST.
It is Foclish to Neglect Any Form of Piles.
Cure Tliom at the Beginning.
Piles are simple in the beginning
and easily cured. They can be cured
even in the worst stages, without pain
or loss of blood, quickly, surely and
completely. There is only one remedy
that will do it—Pyramid Pile Cure.
It allays the infiammstion immedi
ately, heals the irritated surface and
with continued treatment reduces the
swelling and puts the membranes in
to good, sound healthy condition. The
oure is thorough and permanent.
Here are some voluntary and unso
licited testimonials we have lately re
ceived :
Mrs. M. C. Hinkly, 601 Mississippi
St., Indianapolis, lnd., says: Have
besn a sufferer from ths pain and an
noyance of piles for fifteen years, the
Pyramid Pile Cure and Pyramid Pills
gave me immediate relief and in a
short tlm* a complete oure.
Major Dean of Columbus, Ohio, says :
I wish to add to the number of certifi
cates as to the benefits derived from
the Pyramid Pile Cure. I suffered
from piles for forty years and from
itching piles for twenty years and
two boxes of the Pyramid Pile Cure
have effectually oured me.
Most druggists sell Pyramid Pile
Cure or will get it for you if you ask
them to. It is one dollar per package
and is put up only by the Pyramid
Drug Cos., Albion, Mich.
SHIPPING REPORT.
PORT OF BRUNSWICK, Oct. 20, Ida/
OOBBXCTED DAILY BY CAPT. OTTO JOHANKIBON
WITH E. H. MASON Si CO.
ARRIVED.
SAILED.
Rex, Nor bk. 488, Andersen, Dublin,
Downing company.
Jerome B I,ook, Am schr, 814, Hodgkins,
Philadelphia, Hirsch & Co—New York.
CLEARED.
IN PORT.
STEAMSHIPS.
State of Texas, Am ss, 1328, Young, New
York, Mallory Line—New York.
Thirlmere, fir es, 1175, Turner, Swansea,
A. F. Churchill.
Hill brook, fir ss, 1706, Pullford, Penarth,
A. F. Churchill.
Freshtield, fir ss, 1750, Fleming, Martin
ique, Johnston line.
Saint Fillans, Br ss, 1937, Stabb, Rotter
dam, A. F. Churchill.
Howick Hall, Br ss, 2878, Calvert, Liver
pool, Johnston Line.
SHIPS.
BAHKB.
lona, Nor bk, 549, Olsen, Pernambuco,
Downing company.
Marco Polo, Nor bk, 750, Halversen, Rio
Janeiro, Downing company.
Adeie Sabina, Nor bk, 702 Wiiund, Rot
terdam, Downing Cos.
Henny, Ger bk, 808, Stigmann, Port Na
tal, Downing Cos.
Louget, Nor bk, 519, Sorensen, Pernam
buco, Downing company.
Fama de Canaries, 8p bk, 415. Suells,
Havana, Torras.
BRIGS.
Robert Dillon, Am bg, 431. Wyatt, New
York, Hirsch & Cos.
Havilab, Am brg, 462, Richardson, Hil
ton-Dodge—New York.
SCHOONERS.
Stella B. Kaplan, Am sehr, 1024, Potter,
Portsmouth, Baxter & Cos. —New York.
F. C. Pendleton, Am schr, 388, Burgess,
New Y'ork, Hilton-Dodge—New York.
Laura C. Anderson, Am schr, 9f3, Potter,
Salem, Baxter & Co.—Portland.
Charles K. Schull, Am schr, 827, Hall.
Philadelphia, N. Gregertsen—PhiladeL
pbia.
Thelma, Am schr, 440, Cummings, Bos
ton, Hilton-Dodge—Boston.
Frank W. Howe, Am schr,4B3, Williams,
Boston, Hilton-Dodge—Boston.
J. Holmes Birdsall, Am schr, 1369, Blrd
sall, Boston, Southern Pine company—
Philadelphia,
Gem, Am schr, 489, Foss, Boston, Hilton-
Dodge- Boston.
Melissa A. Willey, Am schr, 372, Bab
bidge, Boston, Hitsch & Co.—Boston.
Wm B Palmer, Am schr, 1625, McDon
ald, Boston, J E Broadhead—New York.
Hattie P Simpson, Am schr, 1178, Clien
ny, Las Palmas, J E Broadhead—Philadel
phia.
Anna Pendleton, Am schr, 521, Thomas,
Belfast, McCullough—New Haven.
Joel F, Sheppard, Am schr, 539, Carter,
Boston, Hilton-Dodge—Boston.
Henry Lippett, Am snhr, 790,.H0we5,
Buenos Ayres via Barbadoes.
F O Yarnell, Am schr, 471, Bowen, Nor
folk, Hirsch & Co —Boston.
Addie M. Anderson, Am schr, 887, Tay
lor, Portsmouth, Broadhead.
Johanna Swan, Am schr, 597, Cole, St.
Thomas,
RECAPITULATION.
Steamships, 6; Ships, 0: Barks, 6; Brigs,
2; Schooners, 17. Total, 31.
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund tbe money
if it fails to cure. Twenty-five cents 1
Rob Roy flour has no superior and
few equals. It is beautiful. tf.
NOTICE OF LOCAL LEGISLATION-
Notice is hereby given to the public that at
the next session ol the legislature there will be
an application for the passage of a local bill, the
title ol which will be: “An act entitled an act
to amend the charter of the city of Bi unswick
and for other purposes.”
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 Monk St.
FREE DELIVERY'.
The public is invited to visit our fac
tory on Glynn avenue.
fiiioitmicipf
WEDDING, BIRTHDAY and
ANNIVERSARY PRESENTS
O{ all kinds. We havo a Hue line
of cut glass and sterling silverware.
CALL AND LOOK.
KENNON MOTT, and Optician.
215 Newcastle St.
Examiner of watches for tho Southern
Railway. Time daily at 11 o’clock from
Washington.
vV
New Reliable.
A Fine assortment of Park & Co.’s
Celebrated
TF2S—
ILIIU
iT W. J. Batts,
Agent for Huy lor’s Candies.
'•OO'Qy
MOTION.
1 am representing the old reli
able Ludden & Bates Southern
Music House, of Savannah, Ga.,
and am now prepared to furnish
Stemway, Matkushek,
Sterling and Huntington
Pianos, and
Mason & Hamlin and
Sterling Organs
at low prices and upon easy terms.
We also have a few special bar
gains in instruments having been
used, shopworn, etc. Give me a
call and I’ll save yau dollars.
A. J. McVEIGH, “MSaasttL 81 -
Estey Organ Cos.
ATLANTA, GA.
A riie Best=
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.
FALL MILLINERY OPENING.
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 St-, Brunswick, Ga
Want Stock?
A fine lot of horses and mules wil
be on sale at J. R. Minehan’s stable
after Thursday, October 21, If you
want to purchase, you will have no
difficulty in selecting from this lot.
Cal! and look at them.
LINDEN BAKING POWDER.
t—— ymmmmm ■———— wammmm——— — I ———mmmmmmm m
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.
Brunswick Grocery Cos. Whotolß m*
For sale by the following retail grocers at sc> and IGc*
per can:
A. E. WENZ. K. MANSOUR,
W. H. DkVOE, DAVE MOORE, 8. FREDERICK,
.T. P. DAVENPORT, W. S. PITTMAN, M C. CHASTEN,
T. B. BOWEN, FRANCES PFLOCK.
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 lion-works and Supply Cos,,
CAST EVERY OAT. . sy
CAPACITY 300 HANDS.
it m Miir^
A fresh shipment of the following goods:
CHILI SAUCE, CLAM BOULLION, MUSHROOMS,
FRENCH SOUI’S, CLAMS, I’ARAMASONCHEESE,
MAPLE SYRUP, STRAINED HONEY, JELLIES AND JAMS,
RAISINS, PRUNES, CURRANTS, ETC.
KEANY Sr. BALLEY, GROCERS,
lelephone No. 11. 512 Newcastle Street.
J. M, Madden, a. IT. Lane, W. B. cook, W. Nussbaum,
President. Vice-President. Cashier. Asst.Casliior.
THE
MERCHANTS & TRADERS BANK
OF BRUNSWICK.
CAPITAL, SIOC.OOO. “Cv SURPLUS, *IO,OOO.
DIRECTORS:
James L.Foster, J. B. Wright, C. D.Ogg. M. Kaiser,
lvloses Isaac, A. H. Lane, J. M. Madden, A. t. I*. Podge, jr.
. Accounts of All Solvent Institutions Are Solicited.
A Savings Department Is Maintained in This Bank
and Accounts of Women and Minors Are Solicited.
C. DOWNING. President. E. D. WALTER, Cashier. E H. MASON, Vice President
of (Brunswick
CASH CAPITAL $150,000
Beals Liberally With Its and Friends
BURGLAR PROOF SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
; .. jLia
J. J. LISSNER.
—WHOLESALE-
Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon
and Provisions,
Grain, Hay and Bran A Specialty
204 GRANT T s E t?eIts t ! - Brunswick, Ga.
California Restaurant
CKUE HALL, Manager.
BEST IN BRUNSWICK
REORDERS TAKEN FOR O K. LAUNDRY-
SCHOOL BOOKS
AND
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
At Lowest Market Prices at
Fleming & Waff’s.
bjOD COOKING
MAKES
GOOD EATING.
MEALS SERVE!!
TO ORDER.
GRANT ST.

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