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Sunday school will picuio
M St. Simon Island today.
■ Iftrbubled with rheumatism,
PCbamberlain’s Pain Balm a trial. It
will not oost you a cent if it does JJfll
good . One applicationmeve
the pain. It also as and
bruises to ooe-tl; ,-wtime required
by ttmeot. Outs, burns,
hfefHßgPiPpi iu.-t-y. pains in the side
■Ad cheat, glandular and other sweil-
IrSgi are quickly cured by applying it.
.Every bottle warranted. Pries 25 and
*£o cts.
3? .
TANARUS) Brunswick Stew
iff Mad* at Mlected Chick**, Beet, Cora
W and Tamatoaa. A complet* aieal ta
W Itaall A perfect bench tor Cuba,
W ELBH-Rarebit
Mad* at Fare Cjadfc Cheeaa. Delta**
fatly mihjMK! ready tor a a*.
ralUh. Jeat tk* ttaia*far
Raw Oratar*. Made of the fine*: via.
eaar, Boreeradtah and Scncee. Spltn
did ala* tar Labatere aad Meat*.
LJk. 411 ttrat-atau treeere. X„n*lM hr well, lie. each
Ej\ coco shim r*cua co.. muu. a*.
P'itl BonK I fit Cos.
|Kjr Newcastle Street.
HPwdo a general banking business
MB well as a.Savings Department. Sav-
MPgs depositors are paid 4 per cent
Hfeest, cotnpougded quarterly. We
■;' -jod promise our cue
lebii Ccays-iy " nw "ii 4,
Pff '#f 28 Pr
The effort f the credKi>?#jdent.
Adam* Drti'f. 0M <,reßillent
to to*te ttß
biokrupt #nde**
- "■ ■ ■' fasera nor con
jm ',( rk storfyßten
for any debts con
orew of said hark.
jj! .or, boarding master or sailor
Sl..mers will be allowed aboard said
bark; by so doing they wilt lay them
selves iiab’e to the consequences.
Osterholm, Master.
Horse brushes of all kinds at J H
Tanker* Icy’*.
W-J* :• :r-.'. E
The standard of Chainless Construction. Always ready
to ride. Requires no care from the rider aside from oil
inz and ordinary cleaning of the outside part.
COLUMBIA*ModeIs *7 and? 8, ISO.
Highest Development of the chain type,embodying
every possible excellence.
The new Ilartfords show many changes that are of
distinct advantage.
V EDETTES, |25 and $26.
You can’t find anything to equal the Vedettes at
the same-price
JUVENILE WHEELS in all sizes, from #2O to $25.
The Downing: Cos.
Saw Mills, Locdthotives, Boilers, Engines, Printing Presses, Dynamos, Motors, and all
kinds oftligetrical Machinery neatly and promptly repaired. We respond to calls on
Worls at all Times Night or Day.
furnish tl kinds of Fiipvlies and materials for the trade at lowest
bt done hy flrst-olaes mechanics.
&ST., - -" - BBUNSWICK.'GA.
R'dg-way Knginos and Dynamos.
mmtiit Picnic Pestpsntd.
Sunday school pionic
to tyA been given on St.
IslupPtoday, has been post-
the schools close next
it will be given, and to all of
the little folks who are disappointed
today, a most enjoyable time is prom
ised. The Episcopal Sunday school
will pionic over there todsy, and
many of their Baptist friend* will be
present at invited guest*. The Gov
ernor Safford will make two trips
one at 8 and tbs other at 2.
Account Southern Baptist Conven
tion at Louisville, May llth-18th ’99.
the Plant System will sell round trip
tickets at rate of $18.30. Tickets to be
sold May Stb to 12th inclusive, with
dual limit of 15 days from date of sale.
An extention of the final limit may be
obtained to leave Louisville not later
than June 10th, by depositing ticket
with joint agent at Louisville prior to
May 18tb, and on payment, of a fee of
For the benefit of the Seaman’s
Bethel, an interesting entertainment
of muaio, recitations, eto., is being ar
ranged for Monday night.
|[Fancy line of whips at J. H. 'l'ank
Spain’s Greatest Need.
Mr. R, P. Olivia, of Barcelona,
Spain, spends his winters at Aiken,S.
Weak nerves had caused severe
pairwiu the back of his bead. On
using Electric Bitters, America’s
greatest Bloed and Nerve Remedy, all
pain soon left him. Ha says this
great medicine is wbat his country
needs. All America knows that it
cures liver and kidney trouble, puri
fies the olood, tones op the Htatnach,
strengthens the nerves, puts vim
vigor and new life into every muscle,
nerve and organ of the bottle. If
weak, tired or ailing you ' need it,
Every bottle guaranteed, only 50
cents, sold by all druggist.
You can find anything in the har
ness line at J. H. Tankersley’s.
Ifeed of job work don’t forget the Times Job Office. Prompt attention and first class wor k our motto
is due not only to the originality and
simplicity of the combination, but also
to the care and skill with which it is
manufactured by scientific processes
known to the California Fig Svrup
Cos. only, and we wish to impress upon
all the importance of purchasing the
true and original remedy. As the
genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured
by the California Fig Svrup Cos.
only, a knowledge of that fact will
assist one in avoiding the worthless
imitations manufactured by other par
ties. The high standing of the Cali
fornia Fig Svrup Cos. with the medi
cal _ profession, ana the satisfaction
which the genuine Syrup of Figs has
given to millions of families, makes
the name of the Company a guaranty
of the excellence of its remedy. It is
far in advance of all other laxatives,
as it acts on the kidneys, liver and
bowels without irritating or weaken
ing them, and it does not gripe nor
nauseate. In order tq get its beneficial
effects, please remember the name of
the Company
Special Rates Named by Plant Sytem.
International Convention Y. M. C.
A., Grand Rapids, Micb,, May 25-28,
rate of $25,10 for the round trip.
Annual Convention B, Y, P. U., of
Georgia, Columbus, Ga , June 13-15,
Rate of $7.80 for the round trip.
AnnualConrention Epwortb League,
tndianna, lud., July 20 23. Rate
$21.80 for the round trip. *
Dedication Georgia monument,
Park, Oa., May 4th
Rate of $8.90 for the round trip,
Annual Convention Grand Lodge K.
P., Rome, Ga., May 16-18. Rates for
Individuals $10.55 for the round trip.
Annual session Grnd Encampment,
and Lodge of I. O. O. F. of Georgia,
Rome. G., May 23 25. Rates of $10.55
for the round trip.
Annual Reunion Confederate
ans, Charleston S. C., May 10
of sf,3o for the round trip, Tickets on
sate May 8, 9 and 10. with final limit
to May 21st. Schedule; Leave Bruns
wick 7 :45 am,, arrive at CbarifcStpn
4:39 p. m.; leave Brunswick Bp. m ,
arrive Charleston 6:13 a. m.
Heat Rash, inflammations, Itching, irritation*
and chafing*, undue or offensive perspiration,
and many other sanative use*, nothing so
cooling, purifying, and refreshing as a hath
with Cijticuba Soap, followed in the severer
forms by gentle anointing* with Cuticuka,
the great skin cure and purest of emollients.
ConcOTU Soap it beyond all doubt the moit effective
ekm purifying end beautifying eoep, ea well a* the pureat
end we*tet for toilet, bath, end naraery. Sold through
out the world. Puttier Drco arc Chkm. Corp., Sole
prop-, bouton. *‘llow to Heve Beautiful Sklr.,” free.
Commissioners DU Not Meet.
There wae no meeting of the county
oommiooionero yesterday. Clerk A,
O. Townsend, of the board states tbgt
no charges have been tiled against any
of the county,
A {treat Opportunity.
We give away, absolutely free of
cost, for a limited time only, The
People’s Common Sense Medical Ad
viser, by R. V. Pierce, M. D., Chief
Consulting Physician to the Inva
lids’ Hotel and Burgical Institute, a
book of 1008 large pages, profusely il
lustrated, bound in strong paper
covers to any one sending 21 cents in
one-cent stamps, to cover cost of
mailing only. Over 680,000 copies of
this complete family Doctor Book al
ready sold in cloth binding at regular
price of $1,60, World’s Dispensary
Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
THE bkunwicr. lOAY MORNING MAY 5 lay.
Mrs. J. L. Beach, of Atlanta, is
expected here in a few days. After a
short visit to friends in Brunswiok,
she will leave for Fancy Bluff, where
she will spend several weeks at Mrs.
Beach’s old home.
Mr*. J. B, Wright and little Miss
May Wright, of St. Simon, are spend
ing several days in Brunswick .
Mr. Charlie Fleming ie among bis
friends again, after his recent illness.
Misses Freida and Leo Die Joerger
complimented a party of fri<sndß with
a pleasant pionic at the Doerfltnger
place yesterday.
After spending the winter in Bruns
wick, the gueet of bis daughter, Mrs
M. Kaiser, Mr. Sampter leaves on the
steamer todsy for bis home in New
York. •
** ■
Miss Rosa Ross who has been teach
ing at Wayrarville the past year, has
olosed her school and returned to
her home in Maoon.
Mrs. A, C. Blain and children, Mas
ter Arthur and little Miss Katharine,
are visiting in Macon, the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W . A. Jeter.
Mies Emmie Soarlet, of Fancy Bluff,
will visit Brunswiok next week, the
guest of Mrs. Joe Soarlet. at her home
on Monk street.
Mr. J. P, Twomey is out after his
recent illness. *
Miss Rosa Ross has returned home
after spending the winter in the coun
try near Bladen, teaching school.
Miss Amelia Doerffioger is spend
ing several months with relatives in
Richmond, Va.
Mr, Greeley, of Massachusetts, is
spendings week or two in Bruns
wick, the guest of Mrs, L. M. Miilsr
at her home on Dnion street.
Miss Maria Blain, who has been
quite siok for a weok or two past at
her home on Albemarle street, is im
proving. to the gratification of many
friends, ,■■■'
Mr, William Amleraon is spending'
some time with friends in Liberty
On account of serious illness in bis
family, Kev. Ed was unable
to accept Mr, Mark Verdery’s invita
tion to be a guest of the Tom Welch
Fishing Club tbis week,
Miss Isabel Atwuod, of Darien, is
the attractive gUWt of Miss Lilia
Burroughs, at her home on C street,
Mrs H. Warren spent last week in
Brunswick, from her home on St.
Simon Island. - ,
* *
Mrs. Brswster Phillips has returned
to her home on St. Simon Island, after
a visit to Brunswick.
Mrs, M. F. Rogers, of Florida,is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs H. M.
Rsid, at her home on Wright Square,
where she is receiving many atten
Mrs. W. H, DeVoe and Mus Marie
DsVoe have returned from New
York, where they spent several ploas
*-t week*.
Mrs. A. B. Rowe and little son have
returned from a pleasant visit to
tt *
Miss Fannie Smith,Accompanied by
her cousin, Miss Flosie Ward, of
Quincy, Fla,, returned home last
women are
troubled at
vals with pains
in the head, —MBBk B|
back, breasts,
But they need
These pains are symptoms of
dangerous derangements that
can be corrected. The men
strual function should operate
makes menstruation painless,
and regular. It puts the deli
cate meustrual organs in condi
tion to do their work properly.
And that stops all this pain.
Why will any woman suffer
month after month when Wine
of Cardul will relieve her? It
costs fi.oo at the drug store.
Why don’t you get a bottle
For advice, In cases requiring
special directions, address, giv
ing symptoms, “The Ladies’
Advisory Department,’’ The
Chattanooga Medicine Cos.,
Chattanooga, Tenn.
... . T®*sr, says:
I was troubled at monthly „itor*ols
with terrible pains In my head and beck,
but have been entirely relieved by wine
of Cardul.”
W. J . BUTTS, tbs Druggist,
Hon.T.W. Lamb spent yesterday
in the city,
Wteen Traveling
Whether on pleasure bent or busi
ness, take on every trip a bottle of
Syrup of Figs, as it aots most pleas
antly and effeotually on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, preventing fevers,
headaobes and other forms of sick
ness. For sale in 50 cent bottles by
all leading druggists. Manufactured
by the Califoria Fig Syrup Cos. only.
Mr. W. R. Townsend came iu from
his oountry place yesterday, and spent
the day in the city.
State.of Ohio, City of Toledo ) ss
Lucas County, j
Frank J. Cheney, makes oath that
he is the senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Cos., doing business in
the City of Toledo, oounty and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of one hundred dollars for
each and every ease ol Catarrh that
cannot lie cured by the use of Hall’s
Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
In my presenoe,this 6th day of Dec* na
ber, A. D„ 1886,
| bkai, | Notary Public,
Hall’s catarrh Cura is taken in
ternally and acts direotly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney A Cos., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 750
Hail’s Family Pills are the best.
Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad.
Time Table affective March 18,1800, No, 32 dally, eioept Sunday. No. 81 (billy except .Monday
Other trains baity.
Lv Brunswick 8 80a 4 00p|.....>, NORTH & KANT lit I lift
Ar Jacksonville 8 66 a 7 40 p - '‘'77“TT
Lv Jacksonville Lv Brunswick | JJPI ■
Lv Brunswick 9 25 a 9 10 pi Arfairfai 2 18 pi 2 05 a
Ar Savannah.. 12 27 p II 59 p' Ar Denmark < 00 pi 2 to u
Lv Svannab. 5 OK a 8 07 p Ar Augusta 9 15 p (155 a. ...
Ar Brunswick 8 00 a 6 05 pi Ar Columbia 4 85 |. 4 45 al
SOtHfKHN HI V. Ar Cincinnati.'.' . !. i745 a !.
Lv Brunswick” I ; j 6SO ; . .US! ?SS ....!.
i in mSI n inS ArWchmond. Va. - no ! 2Sp;. .
oWafln ” o 2? Sill ion A r Lynchburg 2 48 a 326 p;
y-S* > -.v.i 2 S l Ar Charlottesville ... 4to a 5 2sp|
kl™ 7 ef n Ar Washington. 7 40 ai 9 05 pi...
iln&HtSXlL.' T fes Ar Baltimore lSa'll 25 p,
{ i'2 ,i Ar Philadelphia . 1125a 2 611a!
a I WilJwnnJ J a P 2V,a Ar New York 2Bp a
Ar Leesburg .... 307p4 40 a “ —"-gILL" ?“ P'
Ar Tavares 388 p 5 80a WIST DIV. & N O. 2 n
Ar Orlando.. ~! 5 00p 8 Bft.air—*—”' *—— --I-- I
Ar Winter Park S 27 p Lv Brunswick .. 5 80a;i0)p
Ar Owenslioro 3 45p| 4 21 |Lv Jacksonville. 80s: r 15 p
Ar Plant City 44p 6 82a Ar Lake Cliy .. | ... 11 90a 10 25p
Ar Tampa 5 opj oa Ar Live Oak I 1 2 22 p 1236 a
. ' ——l! Ar Madison 1 2rtp 290 a
Ar Monticelio... 2 60 p 4 40 a
Ar Tallahassee.. 9 45 pi 0 00 a
Ar Quincy 4 49 p! 8 25 a
lAr River Junction . . 5 25p 9 40a
Ar Uensacola I U 00 p 6 80 p
! A r,Mobile ! 8 05 a
(AnNew Oi lean* j 7 40 qj
No. 22 on Sunday* during Florida Legisiatsvc Session will leave Jacksonville at 7:50 p t in.
carrying Pullman steeping car to Tallahassee.
Arrivals at Jacksonville from the north ami cast. No. 95 at 9:00 a. m., No, 33at 7:40 p. m.
From the north and northwest, No. 97, 8:55 a. n. From the west, No. 1, 7:10 p. m. From the
south, No. 14, 7:05 a. ra. f No. 10, 4:90 p. in.
Nos. 95 and 80 carry Pullman Buffet sleepers between Jacksonville and New York and be
tween Jacksonville and Cincinnati, via Ashville, Nos. 33 and 34 carry Pullman Bullet sleepers
between Jacksonville and New York All meals between Columbia and New York served on
(lining car with trains No. 35 and 90. Nos. 36 ami 37, Cincinnati, Florida and Havana Limited,
solid vestibule train*, with through sleepers und through passenger coaches bet wen Jacksonville
and Cincinnati via Cattanooga. Nos. 13 and 14 carry Pullman Buffet sleeping cars between Jack
sonville and Tampa.
Steamer* for Key West, and Havana—No. 35 makes connection at Port Tampa with steamers
leaving Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays; No. 37 with those leaving Tuesdays and Fridays ,
Nos. 1 and 2, sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Full information given by agents of the Southern Rv. and F. C, A I*.
Sec, V, P. &Gen. Mgr. Gen. l’aas. Agt. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
Frsderioa Not p i.
Tbe young people enjoyed a strata
ride by moon light last Friday night.
The ride to the Mil’s and back seemed
all too short on that lovely night. The
party was composed of Misses Idella
Foreman, Annie Belle Taylor, Maida
McDonald, Ella Callagbam and Edna
Taylor, and Messrs. John Stevens,
Charlie Taylor, Don McCsskill, Arthur
and Douglas Tsylor.
The Junior Auxiliary of the Episco
pal ohurob recently gave an ice cream
festival for the oause of missions at
the home of Mr. W. C. Taylor. The
house was beautifully deeorated with
evergreen and the crimson blossoms of
the trumpet vise. Dancing was in
dulged in until a late hour. Quite a
neat sum was realized, which has
greatly encouraged the hearts of the
little workers of this recently organ
ized society.
The mauy friends of Mrs. Rebecca
Dodge regret to know that she will
leave next Thursday for her home in
Alexandria, Va. After a few weeks
reet, she will go to Europe, where she
will spend the summer- Being the
mother of Rev AGP Dodge our late
rsotor, makes her doubly dear.
Miss Annie Belle Taylor will spend
next week in Brunswick, the gueet of
Miss Jessie Bryan and her little sis
ter Uermsds, who have been spending
tbe winter here attending school, were
oalled home by the illness
little brother. They have been the
guest of their aunt, Mrs. John
The friends of Mr. John Stevens jr ,
are glad to welcome him back after a
lengthy stay on Jekyl Island, where
be was employed during the winter
In the school tbe following honor
roll contains the names of a number
of bright little people : Julia Gould,
Alberta Gould, Ella Calingbam, Iler
rneda Bjyan, Elliot Stevens, Herbert
Cantrell, Harry Grider, Clauds Crider,
Potter Gould, Earl Wallaoe, Forman
Steyens, Reginald Taylor.d au Martin
Remember J. H. Tankersley for all
kiuda of harness goods.
Discovered by a Woman.
Another great discovery has been made
and that, too, by a lady in this country
“Disease fastened tts clutches upon her
and for seven years she withstood its se
verest tests, but her vital organs were un
dermined and death seemed imminent.
For three months she coughed incessant
ly and could not sleep. She finally dis
covered a wa/ to recovery by purchasing
a bottle of Dr, King’s New Discovery for
Consumption, and was so much relieved
on taking the lirst dose that she slept all
night, and with two bottles has been ab
solutely cured. Her name is Mrs. l.utber
Lutz.” Thus writes W. C. Hamnick * Cos.,
of Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles free at all
drug stores. Regular size f>oe and sl,
Every bottle guaranteed.
Bicycles, Bicycles.
B. J. Olewine, 50? Glou
cester St. Renting repairing
and sundries. Finest rent
wheels, and the best equipped
shop for repairing bicycles in
Georgia. Up-to-date sun
dries. FirstclasS messenger
service. ’Phone 134.
Southern - Mattress - Cos.
makers, renovators, and
upholsters. We recane chairs, lay
carpets and mattings, pack furniture
for shipping, Our special attention
given to repairing mattresses. Al’
mattresses returned same day re
ceived. Prices liberal.
Southern Mattress Cos.,
500 Monk Street.
References given when desired.
1.1. LOTT.
Cigars, Tobacco and Grain. Agents for
Celebrated Cuban Ktix, Fitzliugh Lee,
Howell Cobb, Regalia del Principe
Cigars. Pearl Dust Flour— Unequaled
228 and 280 - Bay St.
John 11. Soock, Jr.,
Headquarters at Oglethorpe
Hotel, P. O. Box, 202.
Electrical work of every de
Brunswick, - - Ga.
For Croup use CHENEY’S
D> J. Dillon?
120* Dealer in Grain, Hay Bran, Cot
ton Heed Meai and Hulls, Mill Feed
Grits, Meal, Crackers, etc. Hole
Agent lor the celebrated Quaker Oat
Feed. Gar load lots a specialty.
317, 319 and 321, Newcastle.
Opp. Oglethorpe Hotel, Brunswiok.
Ice Cream,
Ice Cream So,da
Milk Shakes, CUiM
Soda Water,
Wine Cocoa.
Full Line of Cigars and Tobacco
Fresh Fruitsfand Confectionorier.
■3021 Newcastle Street
Cumberland Route,
(Ia each direction.)
Fernandina Line-
Southbound Northbound
8 :00 a. rn. Lv Brunswick Ar, 5:30 p. m,
9:00 a. m. Ar Jekyi Island Lv. 4:80p, in.
10:00 a. rn. Ar Cumberland... .Lv. 3:30p. m.
12:00 m. Ar Fernandina Lv. 1:80 p.m.
9:15 p. m. Ar (F. C. & 1* Lv. 8:00 a. m.
Connection* at Brunswick with Southern Kail
way , Plant System and Mallory Steamship
W. IM. TUPPER 8t CO., General Agents
Brunswick, Ga.

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