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The Brunswick Times-
EVERY MORNING BUT MONDAY.
Brunswick Publishing Company, Pub
iishers and Managers.
OFFICE l I n „ < ’*U c .V l ” r P® Block. F Street.
. > TKLBFHONK NO 8L
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Delivered ov Mail or Carrier.
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Sunday Eultlon, 8 pages, per year 1 oo
lon per , ent. discount on all subscriptions
when paid in advauoe.
Correspondence on live and clean subjects la
sol.cited. Address all communications to This
Morning Timjcs, Brunswick, Ga, ~*i.
Official Organ of the City of Bruns
wick and County of Glynn.
TO SUBSCRIBEBS :
Subscribers are requested to notify the office
when thej tail to get any issue of Thk Times.
Attention to this matter will be appreciated by
the management.
Advertising rates will be furnished on ap
plication.
Orders to discontinue subscriptions and ad
vertisements must be in writing.
The People Say
That THE TIMES, as at present
conducted, is the best paper
ever issued in this city.
That THE TIMES
Deserves this high compliment,
is not for THE TIMES to say;
but it is true that THE TIMES
IS THE BEST
Advertising and nows medium
ever offered the people of
Brunswick--and the greatest
Paper Ever Printed
Couldn’t say more, so far ns its
oivn local territory is con
cerned ; a nd
In Brunswick.
No one cun deny that TIIE
TIM ES enjoys the only reputa
. hie daily newspaper patron
age now being bestowed in this
city.
We Say “Reputable”
Advisedly. Your “ads,” your
“subacrips” respectfully solic
ited.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
The usual Sunday edition of Tiik
Times will be issued on Saturday
morning—Christmas day.
This ii done for the purpose of al
lowing the members of the staff and
force of the paper to spend Christmas
day in t neir own way. The Times hab
taken ro holiday this year, and has
not missed a single issue.
But, for Christmas day The Times
will tak- a rest. The Saturday morn
ing paper will, like the usual Sunday
issue, consist of eight pages.
The Times washes all of its readers a
Merry Cbristmas.
Tub efforts of Mrs. ltatoliffo to land
her actor husband in prison are caus
ing much interest in Greater New
York.
Tiik colored citizens of Savannah
are to lio'd a meeting in favor of
Drfveaux. Savannah is preparing for
an interesting Christmas.
Tus paper which gets complimen
tary notices of itself has a perfect
right to p F int them. The paper that
gets none, necessarily can’t.
Douglass Ui.ksbnkk has received
tbe reward of long and faithful sup
port of the governor’s political acts,
llis brother editors will all join in
coiigratala'ions.
'I'IiKKU id a silly story afloit to tbe
effect that Germany is to send a fleet
to subjugate America. Wilhelm, how
ever, is a young man of great discern
ment in the choice of hit enemies.
The rrpidity with whioh the. bloody
Turk apologized to Uncle Sara for the
little joke on the Bancroft it> an object
lesson in what might be done with
Spain, if the present administration
had the nerve to demand reparation
.for repeated injuries.
THE CROW AND THE PITCHER.
(A Fable for Advertisers.)
The late Mr. JR sop, who used to
wr.te small, pertinent tracts with
large, aggressive morals, for the edi
fication alike of the ancient Greeks
and the modern school boys* is re
sponsible for this anecdote.
A certain Crow, who had been
haranguing a ward caucus all the
evening, had contracted a large, im
portunate thirst.
As he was looking about to find
some means of relieving himself of
this same thirst, he discovered a
pitcher which contained water.
But the pitcher was ve.y large, and
the quantity of water it contained
was small, and reposed at the very
bottom of the pitcher.
For anatomical reasons, the crow
could not dip bis bill into the water,
and drink from the pitcher as it was.
Nor was there any use in trying to
pour out the water, for the crow could
not lilt the pitcher .
Besides, he had no cup
But be was a wise crow, and aiso
persistent, and he immediately re
solved himself into a committee of the
whole on ways and means and hatched
out a solution of the problem.
He picked a pebble from many lying
around and dropped it into the pit
cher.
He kept on dropping pebble after
pebble into the pitcher, until the
water approached near enough to the
top for him to drink, and lie slaked
his thirst with ease.
Moral: It is continuous advertising
that pays. If the crow had stopped
after one insertion, merely became he
could not see any results, he would be
thirsty yet.—Charles Austin Bates,
Thk “jays” who have again broken
into the New York legislature, t hreat
en a resurrection of the recently
interred anti-cartoon bill. The rascals
who fear newspaper publicity aie
using the “jays” to advantage.
The people of Atlanta have risen in
rebellion against Stein anil his Pock
ing Glsss, and the press dispatches
convey the information that a meet
ing has been held to devise plans f< r
'iil'ling the city of the unpopular pub
lication.
Senator Chandi.kr is only rehears
ing. When he does flop, he wants to
do it in a thoroughly successful fash
ion.
A man may dress as well as his own
good judgment and the assistance of
an artistic tailor may elect, lie may
take his “tubs” but if bis digestive
organs are out of order, he will have
an unwholesome appearance, llis
complexion and the white of his eyes
will have a yellowish cast, llis tongue
wili be costed, appetite poor, liis teeth
rusty, bis breath abominable. He is
one big, unmistakable sign of con
sumption. The quickest, surest,
easiest way to cure this trouble is to
take l)r. Pierce’s Pit sear, t Pallets.
They are made of refined, concentrated
vegetable extracts. Nothing in the
least harmful enters into their compo
sition. They hunt down all impurities,
and “make them move on.” They are
the product of many years’ study and
practice. l)r. Pierce cannot alford to
put fortli a worthless article.
Address with 21 cents in one-cent
stamps, to cover cost of mailing only,
World’s Dispensary Medical Associa
tion, Buffalo, N Y., and get a free
copy of the “Medical Adviser.”
Don’t fail to ask for your tickets in
our grand free drawing. Every $l.OO
purchase entitles you toone. Kennou
Mott, the jeweler.
Notioe.
Mr. Claude Dart,having been elected
secretary and treasurer of ttie Bay
Iron Works, hereafter all bills due the
company must be paid to him or the
general manager.
W. K. Dart, President,
For Over Fifty Years.
An Old and Weli.-Trikd 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 all pain, cures wind colic, ami
is the best remedy for Diarrluva. 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.
All the celebrated makes of fine im
ported and domestic cigars can be j
found at Isidor Mayer’s.
A piece of cut glass will make a
good present. Ken non Mott, the
jeweler, has a large stock on hand.
THE TIMES: *,BRUNSWICK, GA„ FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 24. 1897.
Hood’s
to take after dinner; g ■ n
prevent distress, aid diges- | 8 J 4?%
tion, cure constipation. 111
Purely vegetable; do not grijMj " ■ ■ ■ %#
or cause pain. Hold by all druggist*. 25 cents.
Prepared only by C'. I. llood & Cos., Lowell, Mass.
SHIPPING Jr eporl
PUI I OS BRI NSWICK, Dec. 23, U 7
OIBSKCTEP DAILY BY C'APT. OTTOJOHANKKSON
WITH . 11. MASON A CO.
A tiI:IVED
Maria I.ouiea, Bp bs, C 63 Aloiuo, Ya
encia, Padrosa.
CLEARKD.
Kelyingrove, Br as, 1711, Ryder, Wil
mington, Churchill.
SAILED.
Wm . H. Swann, Am schr, 729, Davidson,
Cienfuegos, N, Gregertsen,
IN PORT.
STEAMSHIPS.
Colorado, Am ss, 2322, R;3k, New York,
Mmlory Line—New York.
Wennington Hall, Br ss, 1913, Host'er,
Tjil-.iar. "ia New York, Churchill.
Werneth Hall, Jir ss, 2668, YVilliams, Liv
erpool, Win Johnston & Cos.
SHIPS.
Palamos, Sp slip, 1201, Alas, Santos,
Southern Pine company.
BARKS.
Louise Adelaide, Am bk, 505, Orr, Pem
amluco.
Harding, Nor bk, Jorgensen, Pemamluco
—Satilla.
Amalia, Sp bk, 419, Boca, Cadiz, Padrosa
Xenia, Am bk, 1059, Greene, Santoe,
Prod head.
Felictna Ferrari, It bk, 523, Repetto,
Marseilla, Downing Cos
Bruce Hawkins. Am bk, 546, Gurney,
Sierra Leone, Hilton-Dodge—Boston,
Borinque", B|> bk, 840, Noguerolos, Ha
vana, Moynelo At Cos
Irene, Sp bk, 548, Boca, Cartliaglua,
Pad rosa.
Gler, Nor bk,746, Amundsen, Liverpool,
Downing company.
Progreso, Sp hk, 740, Mencndez, Cartha
gena, Pa lrosa.
Clara, It bk, 507, Scarpa, Marseilles.
Hunter, Benn & Cos,
Lalawa, Russ, bk,528, Osolin, Maranhani,
B. Padrosa.
RR'ns.
Robert Dillon, Am bg, 431, Wyatt,New
York, Hirsch it Cos.
Darpa, Br bg, 344, Bradley, St. Servan,
SCHOON RKH.
Winncgance, Am schr, 251, Paris, New
York—Satilla.
City of Nassau, Brschr, 78, Kelly, Nassau,
f t D, Aiken—Nassau.
F C. Pendleton, Am selir, 388, Burges
Now York, Emanuel—E:>zeb9thprrt.
Francis C. Yarned, Am eebr. 471, Bowen,
Portland. Hilton-Dodge— Philadeiphid.
James G Beecher, Am selir, 729, Dunn,
Savannah. Baxter J. Cos.
Julia Elizabeth, Br schr, 80, Sweeting,
Nassau, F. J). Aiken, Nassau.
Krie, Am schr, 219. Brown, f anta Cruz.
Gladys. Am schr, 040, Colson, St. Pierre.
Hirsch it Cos.
Peerless, Hr schr, Kemp, Nassau, F. 1).
Aiken—Nassau
Annie L. Aenderson, Am schr, 407, Ar
royo, 'iorratt—New Xork.
t han K. l'ulkiey, Am schr, Townsend,
New York, Southern Pine company—New
York.
Nelson Bartlett, Am schr. 009, Willey,
Providence, Hilton-Dodge—New York.
liKO A PIT CL ATI ON.
Steamships, 3: Ships, 1 : Barks, 13: Brigs,
2; Schooners, 13. Total. 32.
Johnson’s
ChHl and
Fever
A-v \
i on ic
Cures Fever
In One Day.
Fine meerschaum and tine French
briar pipes. The very thing for Xmas
presents, at l-idor Mayer’s.
Tiie largest and most complete stock
of tire works of any house in the city,
(let my prices before purchasing else
where. A. C. Jeffers, 208 Monk street.
The Brown Drug Cos.
lias just received a ship
ment of Tenney's peanut
brittle and coeoanut crisp
at 10 cents per package; is
as good as a box of candy
costing one dollar.
The largest and most complete stock
of tire works of any house in the city.
Gel my prices before purchasing else
where. A. C. Jeffers, 20S Monk street.
Bring
It Back—
And gel your money if not per
fect in every reepoct. This is the
guarantee given \> ith every
TOOTH BRUSH
We are selling for 25 cents,
Only by purchasing a large
quantity are we enabled to sell
this article at such a remarkable
price. :
AT W. J. Butts, *3s*
Agent for Hnyler'g Candies.
THE
Metropolitan Orchestra
WILL ACCEPT ENGAGEMENTS
IN THE CITY.
For RHes, Etc., address
Wm. Deal, Leader,
Oglethorpe Hotel.
DATEMTQ v - s - ANI) FOREIGN
r I tN I O PROCURED.
Eugene W. Johnson
Solicitor anil Attorney in Patent Causes.
1729 New York Ave., Washington, D. C.
Office established 186S. Charges moderate
Correspondence requested.
SOUIKIIRN RAILWAY.
r 9t b.inle in Kffrt I)t-ctmb#r 5, 1897.
, No. No. No. N*.
Northbound. 21 23 18
tjv. nnswick JMSn’S'ijfte 6 J)y 8
Ar. Eve ret t # 30a 10 30a obop 0 25p
£v. • 1122a iOOto
“ 12 04j]
M ) :\r. t*v 12 23p 10 54p
44 Hu/ion r<r 12 55p .....
44 lumber City 1 2Sp
44 11. 202 p 1204n
44 MiHslf*] 1 2 18p
- Eii-'iimm 2 40p -12 39a
44 Empire •• 8 O~P
fT. 2 40:
“C.VJhiiui N ' < L? 3 10i, No. 7 Tito
44 Li aeon 4 4b] Hop 2 36a
44 Flo villa 9 33a 5 63p 8 06p
44 LI c I hmough 10 O&i 0 40] 1 8 45p
Ar. A: anta. 110a 7 45] 9 45p 4 45a
Lv. Atlanta 2 30:> 5 GO*-. 500 r 500a
Ar. CJiartancx'ga 7 OCp 9 EO.i 9£o 93? a
Ar. Louisville 727 a 7 90j ?80p 7 80p
A- C*relnnai:.Q.& C 7 2r.a 7 20] 720 p _^2op
Lv. a: anta.. 4 Jsp .. 5 bOa
Ar. Kiriiiin"ham. . JOuOp .11 45a
L’omphii. ... 7 40a... ... 9 80p
“ Kansas City... 7 l'Ja . 5 3op
Lv. Atlanta 1200 m 11 50]:
Ar. W:.: Ti.gton 0 42a 9 40] ’
Kcnv York !12 43pl 6 23k ;
Southbound. | M 49
r.’. . New Wrk 4 AiipjlA 15a
“ Washington. UUSylll 15a "
Av. Atlanta 356 p 5 10a [,
| Lv. iv'uuuui City 9 3)p ..... ]u 70a
! “ Memphis i)-J9p 6 30a
! " Birmingham 5 35a . 4 16 p
I At Atlsuia 1130a lOSOp
bv. Cinciunati, Q. 11 0 SOOp 8 3 'a|s3!lE 8 BCa
“ Louisville 7 15p 715a| 7 45a 7 4oa
Lv. Chattanooga Nooailooo|> lOOOp 6flop
AT. A until liOpjoOa 5 00al0 40p
Lv. Atlanta 4 70p 5 20a Sloalo 55p
" In. leaior.gh 52.!c|01ia 9 ilia
" I‘lovill,* 5 58p| 6 39n 9 53a
Ar. neon 7 OGp! Sla 10 60a 1 05a
Lv. M-lirau 11006a .. 2 25a
Ar. Hawkiusv.ile ..|IOSI..
I ,T Enmiro To 19a i.—
| “ Kastman 10 50a soda
| “ Misaler .... J] 17a ..
Z ]!•■<•*...;: 3 85a
" Lumber ( .y T 2 3’r>
H Bazleliurst j .. :J2 35u
“ L n I IBlp|~ -i's2a
Af- * I ?p: 2 3Sp JU s*6a
Lv. rc.t | A.-Aai 8 80p ? osp 6 80a
At. Bruns viek | 7 46a! 4 Uopl 8 000 7 2ia
U Y T3 ;md ' 4 r ‘'CiNOINNATI aNd FLOR
IL'A Li MI i : . bolid Yesiiou.ed Train oT-
I'ulliiian Drr. ing-Room .Sleeping Cara and
through Vos .aied Coaches between Cincin
nati, 0., and Jacksonville, Fia., via Chatta
ftooga, Atlanta and Everett.
Pullman V. tibuled Sleeping Cars between
fin i.s (i y, 4d., and Jackaonvilie, Fla., via
Birmingliatm At lanta and Everett.
Folli -an Vestibuled Drawing-Room Sleep
lnc : ars betv sen Atlanta and Brunswick
g-maear, aouti.imund, will be placed in Union
piaiioii, it'mi’a, at 9:00 p. m.. for the recep
tion of ' t s. Pa3H6H(fer3 may remain m
uoi thbound car in Union Station, Atlanta
until 7 :OJ a. m.
ls T os. 1 and B—Pullman Sleeping Cars be
tween A’lama, ind Chattanooga. Northbound
ear ia placed ir Uni *n Passenger Station, At
lanta, ready for oijcupanoy of passengers at
D:U) p m. Pa-ien:;ers may remain in south
bound car in Union Station until 7:00 a. m.
Isos. 9 and 10—Uhair Car between Atlanta
and Macon.
Connection at Union Depot, Atlanta, for al'
points north, onat and west.
W. H. GREEN. J. M. CULP,
Gen I Superintendent, Traffic Manager,
nr *' miS2S- ton ’ U- Washington. D. C
W. A. TURK, S. H. HARDWiok,
Gen 1 I MSS. A gt. Asst. Gen’l Pass. Agt.
V ashingion. D. C. Atlanta. Ga.
CUMBERLAND ROUTE
SUMMER SCHEDULE.
Effective July 5.
BRUNSWICK - CUMBERLAND - FERNANDI
NA LINE.
Daily Except Sunday,
Going—
Leave Brunswick 7:30 am
Arrive Cumberland Island 10:00 a m
Arrive Fernandina 13:00 a m
Returning—
Leave Fernandina 1:30 pm
Leave Cumberland Island 3:30 p m
Arrive Brunswick 5:30 p m
W. M.TUPPER&Co.,
„ Managers.
Brunswick, Ga., July 26,1897.
H. 11. RAYMOND,
General Passenger Agent.
BOOK FREE.
NO FEE r~\
UNTIE
CURED.
Dr. Brady’s wonderful
Irish Invigilator, the fiJ fjtfl
' r PcH'e-t remedy lor Lost iCaiJ ’
Manhood, overcomes pro- om i>it.(>ual>V
mature ness, and stops al Success for 50 years
•mnatural drains and 250,000 cured,
losses. All organs enlarged
TIiAN BOLD. BOOK and BOX of
MLDICINK FUKK.
All loiters confidential and gOv*ds sent with
nll instructions free from observation. Ad
dress Cin STAL MKI>.CO, Lowell, Mass.
TEE NEW STABLE
■ M. Drown & Cos. Offer Inducements to
the Public Trade.
Messrs. J. J 1 . Brown & Cos., who
I ■ ? ave begun a livery business in the
i ouildiug formerly by Putnam’s stables,
j v. ‘s’i to call attention of the publio to
the fact that they have a tirst-oiass
lot of ttoek, and facilities
for giving the beet service.
Mr. J. M. Brown, the manager, has
bad long ■'xperience in this particular
line of business, and knows its every
detail. He will pay particular atten
tion tothedrayage and transfer ser
vice, am! promises promptness ar.d
efficiency in tilling the orders of this
sort. Give them a trial.
MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
' New York, mm m Bosioo
Sailing From Brunswick, Ga..
Direct to Now York.
PASSENGER SERVICE.
PROPOSED HOURS OF SAILING FROM liKUNS \\ ICK FOR I’ORT ROYAL AND NEW YORK
October 27 COLORADO 7:00 a. m.
November 5.. . .. .......RIO GRANDE ...2:GOp. m.
November 12 COLORADO 7:00 a. m.
November 10 RIO GRANDE 12:30 p. m.
November 26 0' LORADO 6:30 a. m.
For general Information, steamers, t rams, rales, etc., apply to any railroad agent, or to
CHAS. DAVIES, Agent, 220 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Ha- _ ..
A. P. MURPHY, Agent, Jernandina. F’a
H. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick. Ga. ■ „
C. H. MALLORY & CO., General Agents, Pier 20. E. River, and ::63 Broadway, N. Y.
Coney & Parker,
—DEALERS IN
COAL AND WOOD,
Koeendale and Portland Cements, C( romon and Facing Brick,
Rock Lime, Plaster, Hair, Shingles and Laths, Sewer Pipe,
Chimney Flue Pipe and Fittings, Fire BrioY and Fire Clay.
Telephone 18 BA Y STBEKT
GRATES
That Burn Goal
in the Open Fire
Place
The Club House or Port
able Basket Grate will do
it. See us also for
Wood Mantels i Tiling
jKONUMENTAL woek,
IBON FENCING. ETC-
Brunswick Mar bis and Granite Works,
KEED IS. LaMANCE, Proprietor*
J. M, Madden, a. H. Lank, w. B. Cook. w . Ntfsbaum,
I resident. Vice-President. Cashier. Asst. Cashier.
THE
MERCHANTS & TRADERS BANK
OF BRUNSWICK.
CAPITAL, *IOO,OOO. -Ch. SURPLUS, *IO,OOO.
DIRECTORS:
James L. Foster, J. B. W right, C. D. Ogg, M. Raise-,
Moses Isaac, A. H. Lane, J. M. Madden, A. G. P. Dodge, jr.
. Accounts of Ail Solvent institutions Arc Soliuted.
A Savings Department Is Maintained m This Bank
and Accounts ol Women and Minors Are Solicited.
C DOWNING, President. E D. WALTER, Cashier. E H. MASON, Vice President
CASH CAPITAL $l5O 000-
Deals Liberally With Its and Friends
BURGLAR PROOF SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT,
THE BAY IRON WORKI
*
.• ••• <.-* .’5 j • F \\ * r-Y -n m •
Founders Machinists, i oilermakers and Biacksmiilis.
Saw Mills, Locomotives, Boilers, Engines, Printing Presses, Dynamos, Mo
tors, and all kinds of Electrical Machinery neatly aud promptly
repaired. We will respond to calls on
Marine Work At All Times-Niglit or Da—.
We will furnish all kinds of supplies aud materials for tne trade at lowest
prices. All our work will be done by first-class mechanics.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. 629 Bay St.
ci Jß:SS*?£!£*“ E “* ww Brunswick, Ga.
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 Ii on-works and Supply Cos,
iiArAci V rY R 3oo U nands Auo-usta, Gft,

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