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EVERY MORNING, BUT MONDAY. Brunswick Publishing Company, Pub lishers and Managers. I In Oglethorpe Bloek. F Street, ufucu. J mtEPHONK NO 31. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Delivered hv Mail or Carrier. One copy, one year $5 (0 One copy, six months 2 50 One copy, three months 1 25 One copy, one month 1 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 subjects is solicited. Address all communications to The Morning Times. Brunswick, da. Official Organ of theUdurdy of CTyft'H. Arm from on and after April 7, 1897, the official or gan of the mayor and council of the city of Brunswick. 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 management. Advertising rates will be furnished on ap plication. Orders to discontinue subscriptions and ad vertisements must be in writing. Ex Skciiktarv Olney 19 to write a book defending bis policy as secretary of state. The book will be all right, but Olney was all wrong. William Waldorf Astor will soon be honored by a visit from Queen Vic toria. Willie seems to be becoming completely wallqd off from his native land. Anotitkk United States cruiser is in trouble: This time it is the Yantic, which lias run aground a t tiie mouth of the Uruguay river. Our uew navy should be kept out of the wet. Thk Atlanta Journal regrets the rapid increase in the number of di vorces in the south. It would be more to the point to deprecate the hasty and ill-advised marriages that must end in divorce or worse. Thk Houston Post says editorially that the great cotton brokers have es timated tlie next crop at 12,000,000 bales and have lixed the price at 3 cents a pound. And thus merrily does the “prosperity” of the farmer make itself manifest. Ex-Sknator Edmunds, who framed the anti-trust bill, is of the opinion that the recent deoision of the su preme court will be much more far reaching in its effects than is gener ally supposed. This expression of opinion is thoroughly appreciated by that large class of newspapers which ask nothing bettor than to see the law made so unpopular that its repeal will follow'. There is trouble at the Republican pie counter; Boss Buck’s back has been turned once too often, and Ma jor Hanson has stirred up the colored pie hunters by attempting to lestrict their political diet to such small and unsatisfying side disheiyta janitors and x porters positions. Deveaux, of Ha vaunali, who has had his hand on tlie colleetorship of that port for some time, declines to have the color line drawn on him and his friends in any such manner, and from present indi cations. President McKinley will soon have a very interesting family quar rel on his hands. ’ ANOTHER FALLACY. The Savannah News rises to exclaim that, as a money-making concern can not be run haphazard, there is every reason why the farm should be consid ered just as much in the light of a money-maker as the store and the shop. With all due deference to the prejudices of our ponderous contem porary, we would amend its motion by explaining that there is an excel lent reason why the farm should not be considered in any such light. The average farmer makes little money and handles less; and nowhere is this fact more fully recognized than in our own state, where the papers are continually illied with advice to the I farmer, urging upon him the ueces ' 1,1 Inducing an i, e consumes. Men who make money are not told to shut themselves out from modern civ ilization in a manfler that is equiva lent to a step backward into a genera tion when shops were as few and far between as are the dollars of those farmers upon wheta the News and Chat budding political candidate, the Hon. J. Pope Brown, are urging the beauties of double-eutrj book-keeping. AN ATLANTA ALLUSION. Tbe Atlanta Constitution has been turning its distinguished attention to the gubernatorial race,-and informs its readers that, when The Times was asked to descend to details, it named the Hon. F. G. dußignon as the prob able choice of the wiregrass country. The Constitution is mistaken. Mr. dußignou’s name was first mentioned by tbe Augusta Herald, with the Way cross Herald as a close second. The Times by no means repudiates the nomination of Mr. dußignon, but must decline to be credited with a dis tinction tnat belongs to another. Iu commenting upon the Constitu tion's reference to ibis interesting question, the Macon 'l’elegraph takes a view of the matter that is probably justified by the facts in the case. It recognizes in the Atlanta allusion “one of the old tricks of the old sis ter,” and goes on to say : Presuming that the southern part of the stale will put someone forward, probably Mr. dußiguou or Mr. Pope Brown, or both, the Atlanta paper would like to put the bee to buzzing other bonnets also, upon the theory that “the more tbe merrier,” for the North Georgia wing. Divide and conquer is their motto. That is the old game. The Telegraph suggested to tbe South Georgia people some days ago that they would never land & man in the governor’s mansion the senate, nor even in the state house, un til they got together and pulled to gether. How many young men and young women are cut off just a9 the tuture seems brightest and fullest of prom ise! They are taken away by the dis ease which causes over one-sixth of all the deaths in the world—the dis ease which doctors call consumption, i’bere is absolutely no reason in tbe world why consumption should be fatal—why it sboulil-be even serious. It is a disease of the blood and can be cured absolutely and always by puri fying and enriching the blood. The only exception to this is the case where the disease has been neglected or im properly treated until it is stronger than the body—until the body has be come so weak as to have lost the abil ity to recuperate Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery will cure 98 per cent, of all cases of consumption if used according to directions. ’ It also cures all lingering coughs, bronchial and throat affections. Send 21 cents in one-cent stamps to tile World’s Dispensary Medical As sociation, Buffalo. N. Y., and receive Dr. Pierce’s 1008 page Common Sense Medical Adviser, illustrated. Brace tin. Throw off that tired feeling. There is life and health and strength in tlie* crimson tint of John son’s tonio . The only recognized spe ciHe for la grippe. Cures and pre vents grip. Completes unfinished cures. Try it. tf We have the greatest variety of la dies’ and misses’ new style shoes to -how you that can be found in Bruns wick. Palmer’s P qiular Shoe Store. Nervous People find just the help they so much need, la Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It fur nishes the desired strength by puri fying, vitalizing and enriching the blood, and thus builds up the nerves, tones the stomach and regulates the whole system. Head this: “I want to praise Hood’s Sarsaparilla. My health run down, and I had the grip. After that, my heart and nervous system were badly affected, so that I could not do my own work. Our physician gave me some help, hut did not cure. I decided to try Hood’s Sarsaparilla. Soon I could do all my own housework. I have taken Cured Hood’s Pills with Hood’s Sarsaparilla, and they have done me much good. I will not be without them. I have taken 13 bottles of Hood’s Sarsaparilla, and through the blessing of Qod, it has cured me. 1 worked as hard as ever the past sum mer, and I am thankful to say I am well. Hood’s Pills when taken with Hood’s Sarsaparilla help very much.” Mrs. M. M. Messenger, Freehold, Penn. This and many jther cures prove that Hood’s Sarsaparilla fs the One True 31ood Purifier. All druggists, ft. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Cos., Lowell, Mass. mw ~ p.... act easily, promptly and flOOd S HillS effectively, aseeuta. THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA., APRIL l, 1896, FOR EVERY BICYCLIST. Champion Michael Advises Use of Plat’: r,l,TCt.|tn4, James Michael is the champion long distance bicyclist of the world. He recommends ail wheeimeu to take Paine’s celery compound. His experience is that of thousands of others. With the opening of the bi cycle season many a young person and hundreds of older people who have de termined to take up bicycling as a health giving exercise find themselves really lacking the proper “snap” or stamina to begin on. Their bodily condition prevents so spirited exer cise. They would like lo ride, but they are out of sorts, run down by a winter of work or indoor life. Many who are really sick, who have suffered from debility or wasting diseases for a long time until they had begun to think their troubles had become chronic, as nothing gave them relief, would turn o bicycling for relief. But this splen did exercise, like any otner, requires strength to undertake. The blood is out of order, the nerves are deranged, and nature’s food for both is needed. All such persons will And to their immense joy that Paine’s celery com pound, taken now, will make them well. Paine’s celery compound works won ders in the spring. If you have-la bored under the load of repeated head aches, neuralgic pains and days of nervous debility, now is your b at Ume to gpt wel 1 . Michael is today the most phenom enal rider in professional ranks. As far back as 1894- he was undisputed champion of Great Britain, and in the following year he went to France and scored 25 straight wins against the picked riders of Europe. He lias <le featrd such famous men us Jacquelin, Gougoltz, Huret, Rivierre, Bonin urs, Bourrillon and Barden of England, IT CAN'T BE DONE- No One Can Remain Well, No Chronic Disease Can lie Cured Unless the Stomach is First Made Slrong and Vigorous. This is plain because every orgau in the body depends on the stomach for its nourishment. Nerve, bone, sinew, blood are made from the food which the stomach converts to our use. How useless to treat disease with this, that and the other remedy and neglect the most important of all, the stomach. Tbeearliestsymptoms of indigestion are sour risings, bad taste in the mouth gas in the stomach and bowels, palpi tation, all-gone feeling, faintness, headaches, constipation; later comes loss of flesh, consumption, liver and heart troubles, kidney and Besses, ner vous prostration, all ot which are the indirect result of goor nutrition. Any persou suffering from indiges tion should make it a practice lo take alter each meal one of Stuart’s Dys pepsia Tablets, allowing it to dissolve in the mou'h and thus mingle with the saliva and enter the stomach in the most natural way. These Tablets are highly recommended by Dr. Jenni son because they are composed of the natural digest ive acids and fruit essen ces which assist the stomach in digest ing all wholesome food b-f.ire it lias time to ferment and sour. Stuart's Dyspepsia Table;s are sold by druggists, full sized packages t 50 cents. They are also excelien! for in valids and children. A book of atom ach diseases and thousand' of testi monials of genuine cures sent free by addressing .Stuart C >., Marshall, Micu Notice. All parties who have tiled petitions for tax arbitration are requested to notify their arbitrators to meet the un dersigned as early as possible, as March 31 is the last day allowed for' that purpose. James M. Cai.nan, City Arbitrator. All shoes, all toes, all prices in mens’ line shoes at Palmer’s. and Leyten, the Belgian champion. He has just returned from Europe and is now ready to joiu the racing men on the Pacific coast, despite the large amount of work I e las gone through during the past months. Michael has made cycle racing a careful study and is in a position to give excellent advice not only to rac ing men but to wheelmen and athletes in geueral. In reference to his own methods the following letter will in terest everybody : Boston, Mass., Feb. 21, 1897. After the exertion of my record rides while with the Morgan & W>ight team in thesouth. last winter, during which *1 lost somewhat in weighr, on account of the uuaccus tomed cliinat", I was advised to use Paine’s celery compound. I am pleased to say that it gave such satis faction that I was impelled to use it again to brace up from the effects of the two unusually rough ocean trips that l have taken during the past ronnth, I believe that wheelmen who have to undergo the hardships of “cir cuit chasing” will find Paine's celerv compound of assistance in keeping up itieir physical tone. Jimmy Micbae : . Every one needs to fake a spring remedy to purify their blood, arouse the circulation and counteract, the de bilitating effect of months of confln ing work, worry and excitement. The more intelligent portion of every community are the ones who bst recommend Paine’s celery com pound. They have looked into this great remedy, foilowed its re markable achievements in the case of friends, neighbors and relatives and know just what to expect from its use as a nerve and brain strengthens ard restorer and an ideal invigorator fi r a rundown system. SHAKERS AND DOCTORS TALK TOGETHER. In his able work entitled “Long evity,” published a few years ago, Dr. John Gardner, of England, predicts that a vegetable agent will yet be found that shall so retard those changes that bring about old age as to prolong hu man life much beyond its present limit. Acting, perhaps, upon the impulse produced by this thought, many emi nent physicians have called from time to time upon the Shakers of Mt, Leb anon to inquire of them concerning the secrets of medicinal plants, in which the§e sincere, simple-minded and God-fearing people are known to be wise and skillful beyond all other men. The Shakers willingly told what they had learned, and in return re ceived from their visitors much valu able information about disease, which they at once made practical use of. the mo-t important point was that if a genuine and certain remedy could be found for iudigestion and dyspep sia, and the ailments growing out of it, a long step would be taken in the right direction. Old age, said these physicians, begins in a failure of the digestion, and so do most diseases at any and all periods of life. The result of these consultations was the discov ery by the Shakers of the de-ired spe cific, made wholly from herbs, and now known as the Shaker Digestive Cordial. Ls action is magical and worthy of its origin Where there is distress after eating, heartburn, sick headache, bad taste in I he mouth, biliousness, weakness and weariness, cold hands and feet, aver sion to food, nervousness, or any other symptom of dyspepsia, the Cor dial will prove its curative virtues. Behind it is the reputation of a people who have never defrauded or deceived their fellow men. In order to test whether th ; s remedy is adapted to your case, at practically no cost, you may procure a trial bottle for ten cents of almost any druggist. MFGCO | Id Brewing d0... —Macon. Ga. American Queen... Our Leading Brands. WE SELL TO DEALERS ONli sss • t R. V. Dou glass, Agt... Atlas Engines _ Portable and stationary boilers, sbalting, pulleys, belting, pipeine, injectors and fittings, sawdust and coal-burnrng grates. Twenty carloads for quick deliveiv. Get our prices Come and see us. Lombard lion-works and Supply Cc, CAST EVERY HAY. *. _ capacity roo hands. Augusta, . 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. HEED E. YaMANCE, Proprietor. „ THE Bay Iron Works! Repairing Work of ail Kinds. rSsr MACHINERY. 3““ Water Tanks, . Motors. v AH kinds of Electric; I Machinery. Steamboat and Marine Work a ftneeialtv No charge tor Estimatjng ? on J -Expert orkmen! gr 629 BAY STREET. Stock Wanted. XSffi W. R. Townsend & Cos., 300 MONK STREET. For Sale . . . CELERY! CELERY, 10 CENTS A STALK. Delivered promptly to any part of the city M. W. CHURCHILL, TELEPHONE N0.45A. PELICAN VILLE. Walk into anv first class up-to-date grocery store, and right on the first section of the shelves you’ll see bright red cans On the cans is the imprint of a horse shoe. Above and across the bottom of the shoe are the words, Good Luck Raking Powder. Millions of intelligent house keepers use and recommend it. W. W. IPARK, State Agent, Atlanta, Ga. SCHOONER BEER 3C. A NEW BAR. Rye Whisky, sl.f9 Per Gallon. No Charge for Jug* or Bottle*. . . Ksntucky and Tmee Whisky House, 8* Marks - - Manager. Cor. Monk and Bay Sts.