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*' • A PECULIAR FACT Thousands of People Have Dyspepsia in Its Worst Form and Do Not Know It. A weak stomach is the cause of about nine-tenths ef all disease, yet in most cases the wrong thing is treated and the true cause overlooked. This is because a weak digestion produces symptoms resembling nearly every disease because it weakens and disturbs the action of overy nerve and organ in the body; poor digestion causes heart trouble, kidney troubles, lung weakness and especially nervous break down or nervous prostration, the nerves cannot stand the wear and tear unless generously fed by well di gested, wholesome food. Keep the digestion good and no one need fear the approach of disease. Mrs. II .M. Lee of Rochester, N. Y., •writes : For the sake of suffering hu manity I want to say that from a child I had a very weak stomach, threw up my food very often after eating and after a few years nervous dyspepsia resulted and for more than twenty years I have suffered inexpressibly. I tried many physicians and adver tised remedies with only temporary relief for nervous dyspepsia and not until I commenced taking Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets last September, six months ago, have I been free from suffering caused by the condition of my nerves and stomach; in short, chronic dyspepsia. I have recommended Stuart’s Dys pepsia Tablets to many of my friends and now I want in a public way to say they are the safest, pleasantest and I believe surest cure for stomach and nerve troubles. I write my hon est opinion and I will gladly answer any letter of inquiry at any time and feel that I am, in my small way, help ing on a good cause. Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets is not a patent medicine, but they contain only the fruit salts, digestive acids and peptones necessary to help the weak stomaoh to promptly and thor oughly digest food. All druggists sell Stuart’s Dyspep sia Tablets at 50 cents for full sized package and anyone suffering from nervous dyspepsia, sour stomach, head aobes, acidity, gases, belching, etc., will find them not only a quick relief but a radical cure. Send to Stuart Cos., Marshall, Mich igan for little book describing cause and cure of stomach troubles giving symptoms and treatment of the va rious forms of indigestion * Times’ Protests Effective. The vigorous protests made by Tint Times against the running of combi nation freight and passenger trains in place of an exclusive passenger ser vice ort vlie Plant System, have been of immediate benefit to Brunswick. The night passenger train has arrived promptly at 10:30, without a single freight car, for two nights past, where formerly from ten to twenty box cars were dragged in behind time. How ever, the 5:15 passenger train left Brnnswick yesterday afternoon with a number of freight cars. This should not be, To Give Them Away. The Valdosta Telephone company proposes to inaugurate its service in Brunswick by giving the use of 100 telephones absolutely free for a period of twelve months. There will doubt less be a big scramble for the hundred. This company's telephone station at Butts’ is now' connected with thirty stations throughout the state. Business Resumed. Judge Sweat yesterday dissolved the receivership of the business of G. I.owenstein, and discharged .sheriff Berrie. the temporary reoeiver. Mr. Lowenstein, it is understood, made a partial settlement with his creditors, and transferred the business to his wife, in whose name it will be in fu ture conducted. Bicycle Party. A party of bicyclists went to Fernan dina Wednesday on the Governor Saf ford and enjoyed a ride on Amelia beach. The trip was complimentary to Miss Tift and those who formed it were Misses Tift, Cargyle, Constance Butts, Mai King, Madden and Messrs. N. Emanuel, Twitty, George Smith, Davenport and Lane. Notioe. Owing to a contemplated change in my business, I wish to notify my friends and the public, that on and after the 3lst of May, I will do a strictly "cash” business, twill endeavor to make it tothe advan tage of all. to buy from me, as 1 will be en abled to sell cheaper for cash. My expen ses will be cut down, to a minimum, which 1 will share with my patrons. Thanking my friends and patrons for their liberal patronage.,and asking a continuance, in my cash business, 1 remain, yours very truly, W. A. Jordan. Georgia syrup at the Downing Cos BRUNSWICK NEWS BRIEFLY RELATED. A Teeming Column of Live Items, Mirroring the Doings of a Day. THE HAPPENINGS TOLD HAPPILY. The Times Reporters Catch the Salient Points of Local Events and Give Them to the Public. Mr. nenry Kaufman is in New York on business, A. T. Putman is quite ill at his home oh Union street. Mr. C. Downing returned laßt night from New York. Mrs. B. A White was considerably improved yesterday. Mr. Alex Livingston, of Fancy Bluff, spent yesterday in Brunswick. Mr. G. W. Wright, of Sterling, was among the visitors to Brunswick yes terday. Edward McTighe left yesterday for New York, where he will spend the summer. Mr. W. R. Beauprie, division super intendent of the Southern, was here yesterday. Mrs. M. A, Baker, jr., and children have gone to North Georgia to spend the summer. The condition of Mrs. Harwell, mother of Mrs. D. W. Krauss, con tinues very serious. Anew carriage entrance to the union depot enclosure has been made on the south side and the old opening closed. Another bicyclist, who failed to have a light, was before Acting Mayor Fen dig in police court yesterday. lie was lined $2. Dr. W. B. Burroughs returned yes terday from Atlanta, where he has been attending a meeting of the Ag ricultural society. St. Jude’s school, which has been, very successfully conducted by Rev. D. Watson Winn and Prof. S. M. Fry, closed yesterday. Mr. W. F. Combs, law agent of the Southern railway, was in the city yes terday visiting his son, Mr. Walter Combs, at the Pennick house. liev . Walter M. Gilmore will return to the oity today and will preach at the First Baptist church on Sunday at the usual hours, 11 a. m. and 7 :45 p. m. The twenty-fourth annual report of Superintendent Lawton B. Evans, of the public schools of Richmond coun ty, has been received by The Times. Mrs. F. E. Harrison, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. T. D. Wil cher, on A street, for several weeks past, left yesterday morning for her home in Macon. Alfred Green, one of the superior court jurors, was taken violently ill in the court room yesterday. He was taken to his home, where he was rest ing easily at last reports. Rev. R. C. Gilmore returned Thurs day night from Charlotte, N. C., where he has been in attendance on the gen eral assembly of the Southern Presby terian church since Sunday last. C. M. Roberts, a prominent business man of Atlanta, is in the city for a few days. He has invested in Bruns wick real estate and says he thinks the city has an exceedingly bright future. Mrs. Reed’s Mexican letter; “Lai’s” budget of good things; a write-up of the loading business houses of the city; ail the news at home and abroad; these will make Sunday’s Times a no table issue. The gun club had an interesting shoot yesterday afternoon. The good shots are practicing for the clay pigeon meet which It is proposed to have here during the Uniform Rank encampment. The Light and Water company is ex pecting a large marble switchboard by the next Mallory steamer, which, when set in position, will add much to the convenience and appearanoe of the electric station. Mrs. 11. Burford tendered a delight ful launch party yesterday compli mentary to Miss Katharine Tift. Those in the party were Mrs. J. C. Stiles, Misses Butts, Symons, Wilder, Mad den, Cargyle, Burroughs. dußignon and Messrs. R. C. Gilmore, Taylor, Meader, Allen, Waff, Smith, Tupper, Eve and Fleming. Notice. The undersigned will leave today for the quarantine station at SBpelo to re main about five weeks. All parties hav ing business with us can communicate with us there. J. H. Brown & Cos. ' ' 'TIMfe* v .’BRUItiCK,' GA, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1897. BERNHARDT TESTIFIES. Declares Her Health Benefited by The enthusiasm and the curiosity provoked by Mme. Sarah Bernhardt has never been equalled in the history of the stage. One talks vaguely of genius, temperament, quick intelli gence, passion, nervous mobility, grace, smile, voice, charm, poetry— Mme. Sarah Bernhardt lias them ail. Bernhardt is today as enthusiastic in her profession as though her career were before her. She works as assidu ously during rehearsals as though each performance were her “first night.” No one is more conscientious in al! matters pertaining to her life work. She knows the- incalculable value of health, strength and high spirits as thoroughly as she comprehends the terms of her contracts, and no one knows better than she how essential to her artistic success is a vigorous ner vous system. Mme. Bernhardt writes the follow ing letter: “I beg leave to state that, according to your instructions, I have used Paine’s celery compound, and I am convinced that it is the greatest nerve strengthener that can be found. “It is with the greatest pleasure that I send you my sincere testimonial. “Truly yours, Sarah Bernhardt.” Good health is within the reach of every one, not only the wefttMrjrarird famous, but the poor as well, who will rely on Paine’s celery compound. 11l health and disease are not nat ural. One should not compromise with them. No one should give into neuralgia, rheumatism or heart trouble when Paine’s celery compound .is BAND WILL PLAY. Our Citizens Will Again Be Delighted This Afternoon. The following program will be ren dered by the Marino band at Hanover park from 5 to t! o’clock this afternoon : 1. March*—La Fiesta Bent 2. Overture—Cavalier Kollinson ft. Waltz—Cupid's Dart Kollinson 4. Clarionet solo--Morning Dream Bennet 5. Selection from Lucretia Borgia G. Country Life-Selection 7. Selection--Ehiopian Carnoval 8. Finale--March, Directorate Sousa Water Off Today. The Light and Water company wishes to notify the citizens of Old Town that the water will be cut off from that portion of the city after 9 o’clock this morning and will remain off until possibly 4p. m. This is nec essary to repair a lire hydrant at the corner of Howe and Newcastle streets, which has been in a leaky condition for some time. Missionary Here. Rev. W. J. Sumpter, colored, of Flo rida, is in the city as a missionary of the Jerusalem Baptist association He is stopping with Rev. G. M. Sprat ling. Joerger’s Pharmacy. DRUGS, PERFUMERY, CIGARS, ETC. Prescriptions Carefully Com pounded Day and Night. . . . OPPOSITE OGLETHORPE HOTEL. Dr. Alfred Christie. Office upstairs Kaiser Building. Oflicejhonrs 9 a. m. to 1 p. ni; 3 to 6, 7 to 9 p. m.. Residence comer F and Johnson streets. vouched for to drive them entirely out of the system. It has done so in thou sands of carefully observed cases. The nervous debility, sleeplessness and kidney disorder that seems so threatening and disheartening lose their hopeless, desperate character when one takes Paine’s celery com pound to drive them out of the system. Many a woman worn out by excit ing, anxious work will find her strength brought back in a wonderful manner and her overtaxe j nerves reg ulated and nourished by the use of Paine’s celery compound. Paine’s cel ery compound braces and invigorates the relaxed nervous system and erad icates harmful humors from the blood. It makes the appetite hearty and the digestion thorough; it permanently cures indigestion, a sluggish action of the liver and drives out rheumatism, neuralgia and blood impurities. Every trace of nervous exhaustion or kidney or liver weakness is removed by Paine’s celery compound. There are no more striking exam ples of the great practical value of Paine’s celery compound than is heard from the lips of women who have been made well by its vitalizing action. It increases the volume of the blood in the arteries and makes it more ca pable of feeding the body. It creates a hearty appetite and urges upon the tired nerves and brain the nourishing elements they__iack^-bt—are slow l(T extracTTrom the blood when it is in a sluggish, unhealthy condition. The blood becomes ruddy and pure; its circulation is hastened, and every function of the body—the brain among the first—fuels the fresh impulse of re turning health from the use of Paine’s celery compound. A GARFIELD’S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO, Gloucester St., (Opposite Express Offiee.) WorK In Its Brandies. Copying and Enlarging of All Kinds. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. vV A C. A. CLARK. BARBER SHOP, 205 1-2 NEWCASTLE. Everything new and service first class. We respectfully solicit your patronage. Win Is II Necessary to Tlirst^=^>- Those who are wise will never thirst while the Old Reliable Adams Drug Company make their world-renowned Soda. If you suffer with any ill other . than thirst, tell them your troubles and be relieved at once. There is only one place in the city to find them. 112 Newcastle Street is that place WTTFN YOTTP And the Steak is Good * X-XX2il.i -1- vJ XV You may be sure that it came from HONOR IS CHARLES- , q , BAUMGARTNER & Cos. iV X io 1 Jli/iVIV. Western meats from Swift. GAME IN SEASON, FINEST SAUSAGE, 305 Grant Street, and 213 Newcastle. J. M, Madden, a. 11. Lank, . 11. cook, W.Ni pshadm, President. Vice-President. Cashier. Asst. Cashier. THE MERCHANTS 5: TRADERS BANK OF BRUNSWICK. CAPITAL, #IOO,OOO. SURPLUS, #Io,OCO. DIRECTORS: James L. Foster, J. B. Wright, C. D. Ogg, M. Kaiser, Moses Isaac, A. H. Lane, J. Al. Madden, A. G. P. Douge. jr. . Accounts of All Solvent Institutions Are Solicited. A Savings Department Is Maintained in This Hank and Accounts of Women and Minors Are Solicited. C, DOWNIKd, President. E. D. WALTER, Cashier. K H. MASON, Vice President |3ankof Brunswick CASH CAPITAL $150,000- Deals Liberally Willi Its and Friends BURGLAR PROOF SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT. NICE THINGS TO EAT OOR —— YOU CANGETTHEM NEW ‘ AT W. H. DeVoe’s, ' HOWE. MAPLE SYRUP PLAIN FRESH PICKLES AND VEGETABLES JELLIES FANCY RECEIVED JAMS CRACKERS DAILY Livery Praying and Stables. Feed Sale Morris & Lee, Mansfield Street. Old Street Car Stables. THE light in our windows points out the way to a good, honest grocery store. We think that the things we sell are bet ter than others because we fully see that we must sell only the purest foods in order to keep oer success. Everything else you’d ex pect to find in a first class grocery store is here at its best. We solicit your kind pa tronage. KEANY & BAILEY, GROCERS, Telephone No. 11. 312 Newcastle Street. SOMETHING NEW^®"— We have just received anew lot of mold ings and are prepared to make .... * PICTURE FRAMES * In all styles and at all prices. See our assortment. Fleming & Waff. ■■■—■■ii ■■■■ ■ \mi ■■ ■ J J. J. LISSNER. —WHOLESALE- Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions. Grain, Hay and Bran A Specialty. 204 GRANT T streets d , - Brunswick, Ga.