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EVERY HORNING BUT MONDAY. Brunswick. Publishing Company, Pub lishers and Managers. 1 In Oglethorpe Block, F Street. urtil.lt j lELGPHOKE NO 31. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Delivered by Mail or Carrier. One copy, one year $5 CO One copy, six month.-) 2 50 One copy, three months 1 25 One copy, one month 50 One copy, One week 15 Sunday Edition, 8 pages, per year 1 00 Ten per cent, discount on all subscriptions when paid in.advance. Correspondence on live and clean subjeots is solicited. Address all communications to The Mobnino Times, Brunswick, Ga, Official Organ of the City of Bruns wick and Countylof Glynn, " TO SUBSCRIBERS: ~~ Subscribers are requested to notify the office when they fail to get any issue of The Times. Attention to this matter will be appreciated by the manairement.'.Yfr.Jil - '* Wwsr,., ' -~*~ Advertising rates will be furnished on ap plication. Orders to discontinue subscriptions and ad vertisements must be in writing. When Business Booms This Fall, as it is expected that it will, the men who ADVERTISE Will get the most of it, as they al ways do, In good times or dull times. Those who are after tlicir share of the business and as much more as they can get are making their preparations to secure it. To Advertise In the most effective, economical unci satisfactory manner Secure space in The Times. The Van Wyck of the Tammany torch proved to be a highly •uocesßfui experiment. Whether the result be victory or defeat, Mr. Hanna hat been badly frightened. Dr. Parkhurst will probably hear, in the Tammany vietory, another “divine call” to reinyigprate a weak ened personal reputation. The Tammany triumph was a re buke to the “Goo Goo” style of gov ernment. The looal copyists of the New York "reformers” should take warning. The Times has been grievously slighted. It has not been honored with a copy of the Rome Tribune’s great souvenir edition. Who would have thought that Harper and Moss would treat old friends like this? Our of tbs Strona gdmlmatration in New York one man rise* the only “reformer” whose offloial oareer was a success. That man is Col. George E. W'aring, the “oltansr of the street*.” He is the one official who should be continued in office. In the natural exuberance of fair week, the Wajcross Herald hae dis covered that “Joshua G, Horris is named as postmaster for Brunswiok.” The Herald is the victum of a hallu cination. Brunawiok doesn’t knew “Joshua G. Harris”— aDd, bssidss, Brunswick has a good postmastsr ■whoss term, fortunately, does not ex pire for sevsral years yet. THREE CERTAINTIES- A writer in a northern periodical has had experience, lie says: “The eouthern etatos re ay not be an El Dorado nor 'spring; of perpetual youth,' yet there are three thing* a settler oan always depend upon : “1. Not to freeie to death in winter. ‘ 2. Nor burn up in summer. “3. Nor beg bread, winter norium mer.”. THE RESULTS. It is not at all surprising that such an overwhelming majority of the people of Greater New York have hooked to the Tammany standard. Sick of “sham” reform, tired of Puritanism and its hypoorisy, and disgusted with torn-up streets, unsohooled children, 'abused privileges and “hayseed’ methods, they saw in the demooraotio tioket the only guarantee of a correc tion of all these evils. Van Wyok was the beneficiary of an opportune crisis. He was the candidate ot a com munity protest. If Tammany will now reform itself from within, shake off the thieves, the “bosses” and the “pantatas” that made it intolerable before, and pattern its administration of affairs strictly in accordance with the platform on which it has been victorious, Greater New York will begin its history with a model administration. Its successful candidate is a man with a clean rso •ord—a reoord that deiied attack during a particularly bitter campaign, with the exception of the single ebargft that he had been, on one occasion, a parti cipant in a Frenoh ball. There are no reasons for doubting that Judge Van Wyck will make a splendid executive —nor is there reason to doubt that Tammany has learned a lesson, and will be, hereafter, a newer and a bet ter organization. Ohio’s results are conjectural, until the full vote is counted. Hanna, the “supreme boss” of politics in the United States, if he has won, has done so by such a narrow margin that his self-esteem must suffer. The re markably largo democratic vote is a rebuke to him and his msthods. The results in the other states fur nish no element of surprise. They were expeoted. Mr. Gorman’s fate is not yet definitely known. Altogether, the outlook is more fav orable for democracy. AN EXAMPLE. The Times’ special election news service covered ail the great political contests of Tuesday in a thorough and reliable manner. Headers of yester i ay morning’s Times learned as much about the actual and conclusive facts of the various elections as the readers of any morning paper in the state. The Times can ba counted upon to meet every obligation that is incum bent upon the leading local newspa per, and to spar* no expense in giving its patrons the first snd the best news. The highest compliment paid The Times in this commotion is found in tha faot that the prominent men of the oity orowded the office on Tuesday night to learn tha results of the great political battles—indicating not only that they wanted reliable news, but that they knew where to get informa tion that they oould depend upon. At last aoounte, Messrs. Tracy and Platt hadn’t besn definitely looated in the eleotoral oount. A woman never really knows the meaning of happiness and content until she is the mother of a healthy, happy child. The health of the child depends on the health of the mother, both before and after birth. Most all of the woman’s weakness and particu larly the weakness that most strongly infiuencse the health ef children, comes from some derangement or dis ease of the distinctly feminine organs. Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription will cure troubles of this nature. It should be taken regularly by every woman during the entire period of gestitation. It gives strength to all the organs Involved, lessens the pains of childberth and insures the health of both mother and child. Send 21 one-cent stamps to cover cost of mailing only, and receive tree a copy of Dr. Pierce’s Medical Adviser. Address, World’s Dispensary Associ ation, Buffalo, N. Y. Oysters Fresh every day, by the quart or gallon at popu lar prices. Shell oysters can be had every day by the peck, bushefor barrel, —AT— Scarlett & Phillips, No. 213 Grant St. R. E. Owens. No. 204 Moni St. FREE DELIVERY. The public is invited to visit our fac tory on Glynn avenue. fililOfSlMflFMPl THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA„ THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 4, 1897. THE NEW WAY. | YJUOMEN used **° think “ fe- | male diseases ” could only be treated after "lo wH -* ) c a 1 examina- Wfil tions” by physi- Iftf* clans. Dread of Kip such treatment E& J kept thousands of modest women Ml silent about their hSt-I suffering. The in kwaaSp troduction of V/ine of Cardui has now demon strated that nine-tenths of all the cases of menstrual disorders do not require a physician’s attention at all. The simple, pure Wineilrdui taken In the privacy of a woman’s own home Insures quick relief and speedy cure. Women need not hesitate now. Wine of Cardui re quires no humiliating examina tions for its adoption. It cures any disease that comes under the head of “female troubles”—disordered menses, falliTTg' Of the' womb, “whites," change of life. It makes women beautiful by making them well. It keeps them young by keeping them healthy. SI.OO at the drug store. For advice In cases requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms, I the “ Ladies’ Advisory Department,” The Chattanooga Medicine Cos., Chatta nooga, Tens. W. I. ADDISON, M.D., Cary, Miss., says: | “I use Wine of Cardui extensively in my practice and find it a most excellent preparation for female troubles.” Our $2 kid button shoes for ladies beats the band. Painter’s. • Chris Arnheiter’s restaurant is open at all hours of day and night. Come here for misses and children’s shoes. Palmer’s. For Over Fifty Years. An Old and Well-Tried Remedy. Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by mil lions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays ail pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea, is pleasant to the taste. Sold by drug gists in every part of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Its value is incalculable. Be sure and ask for Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup, and take no other kind. Give us a look when you want gents’ furnishing goods. Palmer’s. Chris Arnheiter’s restaurant is the largest and best in the city. Party slippers in two straps at Palmer’s. Rates to Way cross. For excursion to Waycross on account of the fair association November 2-0 'O7, the Plant System will sell round trip tick ets from Brunswick to Waycross and return at the rate of $1.75 for the round trip. This also includes admission to the grounds. Tickets to be sold Nov. 3, 4 and 5, limited to two days in addition to date of sale. Haye also arranged rate of $l.BO, plus 25c admission to the grounds, Brunswick to Waycross and return; tickets on sale 2 to 6 inclusive, limited to return up to and including Nov. 7, ’97. Try a pair of our fine kid button coin toe and common sense at $2. Palmer’s. Oysters on half shell at Chris Arn haiter’s. Up to date underwear at Palmer’s. Notice. Mayor’s Office, Brunswick, Ga., Sept. 18, 1897. —Persons leaving the city can, between regular office hours, secure “health certificates” from Dr. Hugh Burford, president board of health, or A. V. Wood, secretary board of health, or L. C. Bodet, city clerk, city hall, room No. 7. Albert Ffndig, Acting Mayor, Fancy bosom shirts, the latest, at PsSmer’s. Every merchant in Georgia is in vited to ask the Downing company for prices groceries and feed. tf A big stock of misses and children’s ihoee just received at Palmer’s. Notice. Brunswick, Ga., Sept. 15,1897. | To whom it may concern : 1 Health certificates can be secured by persons leaving the city at my office, between the hours of 9 a. m. and 1 p. m., and between 2 :30 and sp. m. daily, Sundays excepted. Laurence C. Bodet, City Clerk. Don’t forget we handle gents’ fur nishing goods, all up to date styles. Palmer’s. Rob Roy flour bas no superior and few equals. It is beautiful. tf. Rob Roy flour has no superior and few equals. It is beautiful. tf Up to date underwear at Palmer’s. DfITCMTO U. S. AND FOREIGN nlltniG PROCURED. Eugene W. Johnson Solicitor and Attorney in Patent Canses. 1729 New York Ave., Washington, D. C. Office established 1868. Charges moderate Correspondence requested. MANNS Under this head advertisements will e inserted for one cent a word for the ilrst In sertions and for every Insertion thereafter at the rate of half n cent a word. No ad vertisement will be taken for less than ten cents. Cash In advance invariably re quired for all advertisements in this col umn. HELP WANTED. A^gknts^getT fifty cents on each dollar: no experience necessary. Write for agent’s outfit. Address THE CATHOLIC NEWS, 5 Barclay St., New York. business personals. A PIANO IN GOOD CONDITION FOR rent or for sale cheap. Apply at Times office. FOR KENT—ROOMS. F" URNISHED ROOMS, WITH OR WITHOUT board, 405 G street. oc3l-tf MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED— BOMiIT~FOR~ GENTLEMAN and wife, with small family where there are no other boarders. Apply at this office. FOR SALE. BRAN- Ju ham residence.,corner of .Richmond St. and First Ave. Easy payment. Xppiy ibTparticu iars to JOHNSON & KIiAUSS, Attorneys. Oc3l-tf NOTICE- Beginning November 5, 1897, the following rules on export shipments will become effective at the port of Brunswick, Ga.: Rule 1. All shipments covered by through bills of lading or billing from interior points to a llnal destination beyond the port of trans shipment are exempt from the rules of the Southeastern Car Serviee Association. Where billing is changed for local delivery cars will become subject to the rules from date of arrival. Kulo 2. All shipments billed to the port and covered by bills of lading stating that such shipments are for export shall become subject to car service rules at the expiration of ten (;0) days from arrival, except shipments of phos phate rock and ores, which shall become sub ject to the rules at the expiration of nfteen (15) days from arrival. On shipments of phosphate rock or ores detained over fifteen (15) days a charge of fifteen (15) cents per ton shall be made and collected for the next fifteen ( 5) (lavs’ detention or any fraction thereof. It shall be optional with the roads whether they shall continue to store phosphate rock and ores in cars at this rate or shall have same stored in warehouse. All collections made under the above rules shall be reported to the manager as demur res. Rule 3. All shipments not consigned and handled as above and net otherwise exempt under section 3of rule 4, of Rules for Georgia, are to be treated as local business and are sub ject to car service rules. Rule 4. ( laims for refund of demurrage or storage collected under the above rules shall he considered by the manager and adjusted in ac cordance with the rules of the Southeastern (Jar Service Association. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY, By C. L. Candler, General Agent. Bit* NS WICK & WESTERN R. R. CO., By G.W. Coats, Commercial Agent. J. C. HASKELL, Manager. MADE ME A MAN §AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE A-Llj Nervous Diseases —Failing Mem ory, I m potency, Sleeplessness, etc., caused by Abuse and other Excesses and Indis cretions. Thejf quickland surely restore Lost Vitality in old or young, and fit a man for study, business or marriage. ■ Prevent Insanity and Consumption if taken in time. Their use shows immediate improve ment and effects a CURE where all others lail. In sist upon having the genu? ue Ajax Tablets. They have cured thoi sands and v. 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 six packages (full treatment] for $2.50. By mail, in plain wrapper, upon receipt of price. Circular free. AJAX REMEDY CO„ Fcir sale in Brunswick, Ga., by WILLIAM CROVATT & CO. The Perfume of Violets \ The purity of the lily, the glow of the rose, 8 and the flush of Hebe combine in Pozzoni’s I wondrous Powder. ani nan i "&■■■■£ SOUTHERN RAILWAY. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JULY 4. 1897. Northbound. tv. Brunswick. 5 46a 9 aria 's 40p 6 Ifip Ar. Everett 6 35a 19 8l)a 88U 910 p Lv. Jesnp 11 22a 10 Up “ Surrency 12 04p 11Oln “ Baxley 12 23p 11 Zip * Ha7.lefmr.it.... 12 66p 12 00a • Lumber City 1 25p 12 20a ■ Helena 2 02p 1 03a • Missler 2 18p 1 21a “ Eastman 340 p 161a " Empire 807 p 282 Lv. Hawkinariile 2 40p u Cochran No. 0 g I'ju No. T 2 53a " Macon TTBCS 4ip-ncS 416a “ Fiovilla 0 88a 6 58p 8 09p 6 27a “ McDonough 10 lua 6 40p 8 45p 010a Ar. Atlanta 1110a 7 4ep 8 45p 716a Lv. Atlanta 2 80p 10 wOp 10 OOp T 50a Ar. Chattanooga 7 fciip 415a 415a loop Ar. Louisville 766a 815 p Slsp T 55a Ar. Cincinnati,Q.&O 7 80a 7 30p fUOpTSoa Lv. Atlanta 11 60p 1200 m Ar. Washington 9 49p 0 42a “ New York 6 23a 12 48p ...... .. Southbound. Ta 1* CyTSewTork 4UOp EFISa V> asldugton 10 4Pp 1115a Ar. Atlanta 8 55p 6 10a 'Lv. Cincinnati, Q. Sc C BOOp 8 30a 8 30a BOOp “ Louisville TS.ip T45a"7 45a 7 85p Lt. Chattanooga 8 00a 10 OOp 10 OOp 05p Ar. Atmnta. 1 lOp oOUa SOOa Q6p Lv. Atlanta 4 20p 620a 8 10a 880 p “ McDonough 6 2>p 615a 910a 9 85p . Fiovilla 5 58p 66a 8 60a 10 Up Ar. Macon 7 OOp ,8 10a 10 50a 11 lOp Lv. Cochran 10 05a 12 46a Ar. Hawkiusvi'lle...... ~ 10 50a ~..." Empire To2o ...... 12 57a " Missler 11 17a 152a “ He : ena.._, .. n 80a *o7a “ Lumber City 12 85p 2 40a . Hmbehurst 12 55p 8 08a “ faxley r tsip-r— ' 6 86a . Currency 168p8 57a Ai. Jesup 23. 2 38p *4 4 40a Lv. Everett TTlia S 80p TBS 6 80a Au-Brunswick 174. A 43tlp BOOp 6 39a . Noa. 13 and 14—“ Pullman steenmg cars be tween Atlanta and Brunswick. Pullman drawing room sleeping cars Between Jack sonville, Fix, and Nash voile, Tana., is Chattanooga. Nos. 7 and 16—PuDman drawing-room sleep- Btf cars between Maccu and Asheville, H. <£. tin Atlatita and Spartanburg. lv os. 0 and 10—Pullman drawing .com sleep sag cars between Atlanta and Louisville. N oa. 7 and B—Pullman sleeping cars between Atlaji-.a and Chattanooga. This car la placed In Union Passenger stanon, Atlanta, far ike .eception of passengers at 9:00 p. m. Connection at Union Depot, Atlanta, far all points north, east and west. W. H. GREEN, J. M. CULP. Gra’l:. rperintendent, Tratßo Manager. _ Washington, D, a . Wxshington .p. a w A. TURh, 8. H. HARDWICIC Oec’l Paes. Agt. last. Gbrn’l Pass. Art. Washington, P. CL Atlanta, Ga. THE BAY IRON WORKS. Founders, Machinists, Boilermakers and Blacksmiths. Saw Mills, Locomotives, Boilers, Engines, Printing Presses, Dynamos, Mo tors, and ail kinds of Electrical Machinery neatly and promptly repaired. We will respond to calls on Marine Work At All Times-Night or Da~. We will furnish all kinds of supplies and materials for the trade at lowest prices. All our work will be done by.first-class mechanics. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 629 Bay St. Agents for the Celebrated Ridgway Brunswick, Gu. Engines and Dynamos. UIU W " ’ 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, HIED E. LaMANCE, Proprietor. Every Morning j Except Monday ... BBUNSWICK’S . . . 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