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The Brunswick Times.
EVERY MORNING BUT MONDAY. Brunswick Publishing Company, Pub lishers and Managers. mrcii‘V l In Oglethorpe Block, K Street. J lELEI’HONE NO 31. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Delivered by Mail or Carrier. One copy, one year fi (0 one copy, six months 2 50 Oue copy, three months i 25 One copy, one month 5u One copy, one week 16 Sunday Edition, 8 pages, per year 1 uo Tell 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, Ga, Official Organ of the City of Bruns wick and County of Glynn, TO SUBSCRIBERS : Subscribers arc requested to notify the office wheti they fail to get any issue of Tin; Times. Alien*ion to this matter will lie appreciated by the management. Advertising rates will be furnished on ap plication. Orders to discontinue subscriptions aiuilad vertisements must be in writing. NOTICE. Subscribers to The Times- who will spend the guintner or a portion of the summer at St. Simon will have their papers delivered to them or can buy them daily at J. M. Blood worth’d store, which will be the St. Simon depot ol The Times. Papers will also be on sale on the St, Simon and Cumberland boats and at the hotels. The Dauntless is still out ot sight. In good work for Brimswiek, the true citizen will iind his highest satis faction. Judge Sweat’s court is disposing ot bnsinees in a prompt anil economical banner. 4 . - With Lord Beresford it hs been a 9hort step from the penitentiary to a fortune. The president bas begun to name the collectors of customs, ami the Georgia cilice seekers are trembling. Macon is in earnest in her project of steamboats to the sea. The work of building the boats will soon begin. Senator Dkboe declares that he never took a drink of whiskey in his life, llow did beget elected in Ken tucky ? Chatman’s case proves one thingat least—that, in some instances, a for tune of $75,000,000 will not keep a man out of jail. Russell Sagk tried to ride a bicycle tbs other day, but decided that the in vestment of exertion did not bring in enough interest. Mrs. Lease says her husband has lived with her twenty-live years, and appears to be satielied. He must be a remarkable man. The populist-republican fusion in Georgia is beginning to show its re sults. A populist bas been appointed postmaster at Cedartown. “I.al” will discuss (.lie leading busi ness houses of Brunswick in Mu.day’s Times, The leading business houses of Brunswick are Times advertisers. The Times is aggressively for Bruns wick. If it makes enemies by such a course, it has tlis consolation of know ing ttint enemies were never made in a fairer or a juster cause. The Southern railway ought to charge up the amount of that Roland Reed verdict to Colonel Henderson.; His bitterly personal speech lost the case. The Cumberland surf knows a greater attraction to the Allanta gro cers than the Nashville Midway. The breakers, the beach and the summer girl are powerful persuaders. One of Mrs. 11. W. Reed's n'enM- ing letters will appear in Sunday’s Times. In this letter the writer leads her renders into anew section of the republic, and graphically describes the life of the people with whom her travels have brought her into contact. THE CITt’S LOSS- The retirement of Hon. Edward H. Mason from the mayoralty last night was not unexpected, it having been generally believed that he would not seek to prolong the contest. By tak ing advantage of the slow machinery of the courts, Mr. Mason could have easily extended bis incumbency of the office through the year, and until his period of ineligibility expired, when he could have been legally re-elected. Much pressure was brought to bear on Mr. Mason, to take this course, but be declined, and bows to the decision of the supreme court. Mr, Mason’s retirement removes one of the best executives the city lias eyer had, and it devolves upon coun cil to till the vacancy as best it can. WELCOMED ENEMIES. A well known cit-zen, not without certain position in military circles, publicly delivered himself the other day of a determination of future en mity to The Times, because this paper had expressed itself in favor of Bruns wick first and the islands second. Without dwelling on the fact that this paper cares little or nothing for the private opinion of the gentleman in question, The Times will sav that if loyalty to Brunswick above all other places whatsoever, is to make enemies, then The Times will have a big list of them, and welcomes their coming. it is the duty of a loyal paper to champion the interests of its city first and foremost, and, as has been fre quently reiterated in these columns, The I I.MKB proposes to help the islands all it can, but not in upposilion to the interests of the city itself. This hour platform, and all good citizens will kgree that it is the only true and proper one. RELIGION AND NOISE. The conviction in .a New York court of Commander Booth-Tucker of the Salvation Army for keepings disor derly house, it being claimed that the demonstrations of the “army” dis turbed the neighborhood, raises an in teresting qu u stion ot the difference, in the eye of the law, between religions and other noisgs as disturbers of the public peace. Wlien religions wor ship degenerates into the tooting of trumpets, the pounding of drums and the dissonant clang of cymbals and makes night hideous with exclamatory exuberance of powerful lungs, it cer tainly places itself in a position to be held accountable by the preservers of the peace. The accusers of Booth- Tucker and bis demonstrative Salva tionists bad a right to complain, es pecially when, a* they alleged, tile noises continued all night and drove away needed slum Ter from the couches of those who bad toiled all day in the making of an honest living. On such abundant provocation, even the most devout individual would feel justified in indiguantly protesting. Nervous People find just the help they so much need, Sn 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, but 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 God, it has cured me. I worked as hard as ever the past sum mer, and 1 am thankful to say I am well. Hood’s Pills when taken with Hood’s Sarsaparbla help very nr’ch.” Mrs. M. M. Messenger, Freehold, Penn. This and many jther cures prove that Hood’s Sarsaparilla fs the One True Mood Purifier. All druggists, fl. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Cos., Lowell, Mass, i* .. n .,< act easily, promptly and lOOCI S Pills effectively. 26 eeut*. THE s TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA., FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 28, 196. FAINTING SHELLS And Dizzinee* Follow La Grippe. WE HEAR LESS THIS DISEASE THAI! FORMERLY, BUT IT IS STILL VERY PREVALENT. This Disease is Especially Serious in People of Advanced Age-The best way to Escape it is to Fortify tho System Against it. Ft 'nn the New Era, Oreensburg , Jnd. A noteworthy instance of the fallibility of even the most skillful physicians is furbished in the case of Mrs. J K. Smith, of Greeus burg, Ind. For four years Mrs. Smith was afflicted with a nervous affection that finally left her almost completely helpless and which the physician who first attended her said posi tively could not be cured Subsequently, a number of physicians in this and oilier cities, declared her case to be hopeless. To-day in spite of the verdict of the doc tors, and without their aid, Mrs. Smith is perfectly well. To n AVio Era reporter she told the story of her extraordinary recovery. “Five years ago 1 had a severe attack of la grippe, followed later by another. Dur ing the four years following, my health con tinued to decline, until finally i was hardly able to move. “After having the grippe,” said Mrs. Smith, “1 was able to be about for awhile, and to do some work. But in a short time after the second attack i began to experience nervousness, and often had fainting spells, my trouble being similar to hysterics. I gradually grew worse, and in a short while I became subject to such spells of nervous ness that I could do no work, being scarcely able to move about the house. I could not sleep and could not eat. I would lie awake nights, my muscles twitching continuously. My physician called it nervousness of the throat and breast, and after treating me for several months said that my case or any case like mine positively could not be cured Different physicians in Oreensburg and other cities who attended me, agreed that my case was hopeless. For three years 1 lingered in misery, trying different doctors and remedies, but none did me any noticeable good. Fin ally my druggist advised me to try Dr. Wil liams’ Pink Pills for Pale People, which was so highly recommended by newspapers. As a last resort 1 tried them, thinking ihat if they did me no good death might soon give me relief. The first dose helped me, and with every dose 1 improved. I took about three boxes and a half and was completely cured as you see me to-day, perfectly healthy and able to do all my own work.” GENERAL DEP.ILITY. Mrs. Henry Neiman lives at Sunman.lnd., and a very cozy home she lias, too. A re porter recently called on her and found Iter looking stout and well, showing no indica tions that she had ever experienced a day’s illness in her life. But her story, as reined to the reporter, proved quite different. “About two years ago,” said Mrs Rei man, “ I was taken ill with sciatic rheuma tism, general debility and female weakness. My trouble soon told on my entire system. My cheeks became and pale, all energy INTERESTING, VERY! We have made it famous, economical and best for you to supply your needs here, and this ever-growing store is the mark ot your appreciation. Thank you, not for buy ing the goods, for you don’t do that unless it’s the best policy to do so, but thank you for finding us out and enjoying the money-saving oppor tunities we offer You are making better and better tbings pos sible by giving us your confidence and your trade. Inviting and giving lull confidence, we asfc for an examination of this week’s offerings. See Our Windows. They Exhibit SURPRISING A Fine Tan Shoo for Mon. Coin Too, at . $3.00 SALE OF -V Fine Chocolate Colored Shoe for Men. at...... 3.00 MEN’S TAN A Fine Oxblood Colored Shoe for Men, at.. 3.00 SHOES. A Fine Choeolat Aolorotl Vici Uhl Hal Plain Too 4.00 We have these four shoes in all styles and toes and will make a run on them this week. Our new designs in gents’ tine shirts can’t be seeu in any other store. The prices are $3.00 a dozen lower than anybody. See Us for Gents’ Furnishing Goods. PALMER’S POPULAR SHOE STORE. Notice. From the Ist of dune to the Ist of October our otlice will be closed on Saturdays at 1 o’clock. Parties hav ing business with us on that day will please come up to have the sane trans acted by 12 o’clock. N. Emanuel & Cos. “Baby” brand condensed nulk in glass jars at the Downing Cos. left me, and I fell off rapidly in flesh. Then it was that the rheumatism troubled me in my lower limbs. Oue attack after another came on, growing worse each time, till I could not walk at all. Of course I could do no wrork while in this condition, which made life truly a burden to me. My appetite failed me and many a night was spent in sleeplessness. Various remedies I tried all without avail, when 1 was advised by Mrs. Henry Osting and others to try Dr. Wil liams’ Pink Pills for Pale People, gpe medi cine having done them such a great good in similar troubles. I purchased a box of our druggist, Bigney & Cos., and before I bad taken it all I began to feel much better and the pains began to ease. I continued to take them, buying a second box, and when it was nearly gone I was able to walk about as well as ever, and have not been troubled since. “The medicine seems to have done much good in this locality, as many of my neigh bors speak favorably of it and, as fltr my self, 1 can heartily endorse Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills, feeling confident that anyone afflicted as I was could easily be restored to their usual health by Iheir use.” To substantiate her story Mrs. Neiman gave oath as to its truth, the following being the seal of a Notary Public: County of Bifi.fy, I State of Indiana, j ss ' Sworn and subscribed to before me, a Notary Public, i tnd for Ripley County in the State of Indit m. I SKA 1..] I . W. Btgney, Notary Public, Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale People have an enormous sale, and from all. quarters come in glowing reports of the excellent re sults following their use. An analysis proves that they contain in a condensed form all the elements necessary to give new life and rich ness to the blood and restore shattered nerves. They are an unfailing specific for such dis eases as locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus’ dance, sciatica, neuralgia, rheuma tism, nervous hearfai he, the after effects of la grippe, palpitation of the heart, pale and sal low complexions, that tired feeling resulting from nervous prostra on : all diseases result ing from vitiated humprs in the blood, such as scrofula, chronic eivsipelas. etc. They arc also a specific for troubles peculiar to females such as suppressions, irregularities, and all forms of weakness. 1 hey build up the blood and restore the glow of health to pale and sal low eheeks. In men they effect a radical cure in all eases arising from mental worry, over work or excesses of w hatever nature. ’ There are noil] effects follow ing the use of thiswon derful medicine, rid it cun be given to ehil* dren with perfect safety. These pills arc manufactured by the Dr. Williams’ Medicine I’emjany. Schenectady. N N ~ and arc sold only ,n foxes bearing the firm's trade mark and wrapper, at 50 cents a box or six boxes for $2.50, and are never sold in bulk. T bey may he had of all druggists or direct by mail from Dr. Williams’ Medicine Company. The price at which these pills are sold makes a course of treatment inexpensive as compared with other remedies. * Teaohers’ Examination. Notice is hereby given to all persons desiring to obtain licenses to leadl in the public scluols of the city of Bruns wick and county of Glynn that an ex aniinatiou will be held for that pur pose at the High School building, on Mansfield street, on Tuesday, June 22, at i) a. in. H. T. Dunn, County School Commissioner. LUCK BIWi ft * s nul tt SC * U ‘ 11U> [foods. No needles, pins, spoons or forks arr offered to induce people to buy it. When you purchase a can of /\j\ GOOD LUCK you get the worth of vour money in tint highest squttlits quttlity ur l!i,kiUß IB MILLIONS OF INTELLIGENT HOUSEKEEPERS pi# use and kecommend it - MFGC& For sale by leading wholesale and rerau grocers everywhere. State Agent, Atlanta, Ga. QUANTITY. PIPT fIP F Made to order * Lar ? est and m, n t l IV-'T TJ l\ E complete line of blank books and FRAMES school books Sl-. H. T. MINN, 219 Newcastle si heet. California Restaurant- CHUE HALL, Manager BEST IN BRUNSWICK^ KT-ORDERS TAKEN FOR O K. LAUNDRY- Coney & Parker, —DEALERS IN COAL AND WOOD, Rosendale and Portland Cements, Ci -unvn and Facing Buck, Rock Lime, Planter, Hair. Shingles and Laths, Sower Pipe, Chimney Flue Pipe anil Fittings. H*e Br'-’V hm! F re Clay. Telephone IS KAY tsTREKT Atlas Engines Portable and stationary boilers, shading, pulleys, belting', pipeing, injectors and fittings, sawdust and coal-burning grates. Twenty carloads for quick deliveiy. Get our prices Come and see us. Lombard lion-works and Supply Ci, msr EVCItV DAY, ft + _ f' „ cai'ahi t v 300 hands xS.HgI3.STa, Ota* —THE Bay Iron Works! Repairing Work ot all Kinds. IW| Af M I l\l FR Y ' Mills, Oil Tanks, IflttU (11 111 Cfl I • Dynamos, Water tanks, Motors. All kinds of Electric;'] Machinery. Steamboat and Marine Work a Snecialtv No charge tor Estimating on J^bs. Expert orkmen! Satisfaction guaranteed! 629 BAY STREET. 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, KEED E. LaMANCE, Proprietor. A Summer Ciuit-e. The American steamship Ohio will sail from New York June 26, 1897, for a summer cruise, touching at Iceland, North Cape, Norway, Sweden aim Russia. Opportunity will be allowed for extensive side-trips, including a visit to the great exposition at Stock holm. Capt. O. Jahantieson is local agent for the line, and will be pleased to furnish rates and other information to applicants. The Oglethorpe hotel will be lighted throughout this summer with electric lights, and with its beautiful lighted arcade, parlors, ball room and large rotundas and spacious verandas will make a delightful place to spend the summer. ~.(Ol> COOKIN' M A K KS GOOD HATING. MKAI.S SKKVKD lO ODDER. GRANT ST. dais. Borden Eagle Brand Condensed Milk. A Perfect Substitute For Mothers Milk Booh “INFANT HEALTH'Sent FREE New took Condensed Milk Cos. n.V Manager Aiken, of the Oglethorpe, is offering special inducements to fam ilies and parties who desire to spend the summer at the Oglethorpe. See him for rates.