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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 Publio. Riflemen’* excursion tonight. Grand military ball Hotel St. Simon tonight. Dr. Fargason, of Dawson, spent Sun day at St. Simon. Miss Josie Smith’s school will close for the summer today. Xonsw movement has been made in the Eriesenick case. Everybody is going to St. Simon with the Riflemen tonight. Mrs. Alice Louise Lytle is spending several weeks at St. Simon. Will you be there? Where? On the Riflemen’s excursion tonight. Tax Receiver M. T. Soarlett will close his books on next Saturday. Miss Eileen Jenkins is the guest of Miss JJeulah Knight at Waycross. A colored excursion went to St. Simon yesterday on the Rope Gatlin. The county commissioners will hold an important business meeting today. Mrs. W. A. Cason and children, of Waycross, are visiting Mrs. E. A. Am mons. • Mr. I*. W, Godfrey and family have gone to their summer home on St. ,Simon. J. W.Hill,of the Looking Glass, At lanta, is spending several days at St. Simon. Chief of Police Lewis W. Beach and Constable Gaskins spent Sunday at St. Simon. Mr. Millard Combs, of Maeoo, is ex pected in the city today to spend sev eral days. Miss Florida Livingston, of Fancy Bluff, is the guest this week of Mrs. Minnie Gann. Mr, William Nightingale and family have moved to their St. Simon cottage for the summer. Dr. .T. M. Madden, Miss Fleurine Madden and Mr. A. H. Lane spent Sunday at Hotel St, Simon. Mate Wilson, formerly of tlie City qf Brunswick, lias been promoted to the captaincy of the l’ope Catlm. Brobston & Fendig are having anew cypress fence built around their block ot houses on North Albany street. Acting Mayor Fendig Is presiding on the daily police oourt bench with the ease and decorum of a real mayor. The steamer Governor Safford leaves her pier at 7:30 tonight with the Riflemen's excursion. Everybody is Ruing. O. A. Hine, formerly with the Brown House in Macon,has arrived and taken his position as chief clerk at Hotel St. Simon. Edwin Brobston left last night for New York on a business trip. It is suggested that he is running from the mayoralty. Have You Seen Them ? Our new line of Crash Alpine and Crush Hats at 75c. and SI. Boys’ Wash Suits from 50c. Up. Ladies' Shirt Waists, Cuffs, Collars, Neckwear and Belts. All the Latest Styles. LEVY’S—- PECULIAR POISO NS. GENERATED IN THE HUMAN BODY- The Result of Imper'ect Digestion of Food- Every living thing, plant or animal, contains within itself the germs of certain decay and death. In the human body these germs of disease and death (called by scientists Ptomaines) are usually the results of imperfect digestion of food; the result of indigestion or dyspepsia. The stomach, from abuse, weakness, does not promptly and thoroughly di gest the food. The result is a heavy, sodden mass which fermeuts(the first process of decay) poisoning the blood, making it thin, weak, and lacking in red corpuscles; poisoning the brain causing headaches and pain in the eyes. Bad digestion irritates the heart, causing palpitation and Anally bring ing on disease of this very important organ. Poor digestion poisons the kidneys, causing Bright’s disease and diabetes. I And this is so because every organ, every nerve depends upon the stomach alone for nourishment and renewal, and weak digestion shows itself not only in loss of appetite and flesh, but in weak nerves and muddy complexion. The great English scientist, Huxley, said the best start in life is a sound stomach. Weak stomachs fail to di gest foods properly, because they lack the proper quantity of digestive acids (lactic and hydrochloric) and pepto genio products; the most sensible remedy in all cases of indigestion, is to take after eacti meal, one or two of Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets, because they supply in a pleasant, harmless form all the elements that weak stom achs lack. The regular use of Stuart’s Dyspep sia Tablets will cure every form of stomach trouble except cancer of the stomach. They increase flesh, insure pure blood, strong nerves, a bright eye and clear complexion, because all these result only from wholesome food well digested. Nearly all druggists sell Stuart’s Dyspepsia Tablets at 50 cents full sized package or by mail by enclosing price to Stuart Cos., Marshall, Mich., but ask your druggist first. Large plaid shirts and ties to match are al 1 the go—See ours. Palmer. Item Overflow. Mr. NilsGregertsen and Captain and Mrs, Backer, of the Norwegian bark Neptun, were among the visitors to popular St. Simon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Bailey spent yesterday at St. Simon, preparing their King City cottage for occupancy. They will move to the island in a few days. Messrs, F. McC. Brown and C. L Elliot have returned from the meeting of the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows at Athens, and report an interesting convention. The blue prints for the new court house were received from Architect Milhurn yesterday and placed on ex hibition at the city hall by Deputy Clerk Lehman. The notice of the officers to the ob jectionable characters who have been parading the streets has had its ef fect. Yesterday afternoon not one of the gay turnouts was seen. Mrs. Samuel C. Benedict, Misses Nancy and Julia Benedict and Mr. Samuel C. Benedict, of Athens, have joined a party from Athens which is already at Hotel St. Simon. The schooner I no, owned by Mr. Win. Posted, in trying to get off St. Simon beaoh Sunday to couie to the city, broke her center board and had to be beached again for repairs. Photographer Howe, the chief ar tist of the Atlanta Looking Glass, is spending several days at St. Simon aud Cumberland taking views to be used in an extensive article on these summer resorts, which will begin in a special edition o[ bis paper which will shortly appear. Quinine and other fever medicines take from 5 to 10 days to cure fever. Johnson’s Chill and Fever Tonic cures in ONE DAY. Guards Expectant. The Columbus military boys are an* ticipating with much pleasure their visit to the seashore this summer. The visit of the Guards to St. Simon will be specially pleasant. Here it was that this company had such a de lightful time a couple of years ago and this summer the old associations will be reformed.—Columbus Ledger. Be sure and attend the cook ing contest at H. M. Miller & Son’s this evening from 2 until 6. Coffee served free to all. THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA., TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 183.7.- Official Inspect or of Wafchen for the B. and W. and So. Ry. The . . . JEWELER. OPEN EVERY NIGHT. Bon Ton Theatre. J. C. MORRIS - -- -- -- - Manager. 106 Gloucester Street. (NEXT TO JULIUS MAY’S) May 31 and Rest of the Week. First Appearance of Forrester and Floyd, Comedy Sketch Artists, just from Proctor’s Theatre, N. Y. “Happy Dick” Samuels, The Baritone Pianist. Continued Success of Miss Blanche Stetson, Male Impersonator and Singer. Third Week Of Miss Millie Morris, The Sweet Singing Sunbeam. The Petite, Cute and Fetching Miss Lily Sheldon, The Up-to-Date Serio Comic. Every Night at 8 O’clock Sharp. NEW PEOPLTTCOMING NEXT WEEK Who’ll Be Mayor? The mayoralty gossip lags piteously. It cannot be called a race, for there are no avowed candidates to furnish the running material. Although the elec tion is only a few days off, the cam paign, if there is any, is decidedly a still hunt. Col. W. E. Kay seems to be the favorite. Among those who have been suggested Mr. J. J. Lott was mentioned yesterday as an available and desirable choice. At the Bod Ton. Morris’ Bon Ton opened up for the week last night with some new talent in a better program than has yet been presented at the hall. Forrester and Floyd, the New York comedy sketch artists, made a distinct hit. Manager Morris shows a determination to im prove his attractions and make it even more worthy of patronage. When a person begins to grow thin there is something wrong. The waste is greater than the supply and it is only a question of time when the end must come. In nine cases out of ten the trouble is with the digestive organs. If you can restore them to a healthy condi tion you will stop the waste, put on new flesh and cause them to feel bet ter in every way. The food they eat will be digested and appropriated to the needs of the system, and a normal appetite will appear. Consumption frequently follows a wasting of bodily tissue because near ly all consumptives have indigestion. The Shaker Digestive Cordial will re store the stomach to a healthy condi tion in a vast majority of cases. Get one of their books from your druggist and learn about tbis new and valuable remedy. When the children need Castor Oil, give them Laxol; it is palatable. PAINE, MURPHY & CO., BROKERS —- Orders Executed O-er Our Private Wires —/or COTTON, STOCKS, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS For Casli or on Margins. Local Securities Bought an.l Sold. Telephone, 580. Board ot Trade Building. Jackson Building, Savannah, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. _ THE SIGHT _ Is all important, and therefore you ought to be careful how your eyes are fitted to glasses, We have had the experience, and can fit them scientifically and cor rectly. We guarantee both frames and lenses. Repairing of all kinds and mak ing of medals, etc., a specialty. CALL AND SEE US. KENNON MOTT. Time l>y Wire from Washing ton Received Bally. GARFIELD’S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO, Gloucester St., (Opposite Express Office.) Work Hi —lts Braiiclss. Copying and Enlarging of All Kinds. SATISFACTUIN GUARANTEED. Joerger’s Pharmacy. DRUGS, PERFUMERY, CIGARS, ETC. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Day and Night. OPPOSITE OGLETHORPE HOTEL, 21 5 NEWCASTLE ST. Livery ——= — I'ravins/ * nd , Stables, ag reed Sale Morris & Lee, Mansfield Street. Old Street Car* Stabies. 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. J. J. LISSNER. —WHOLESALE— Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions, Grain, Hay and Bran A Specialty. 204 G RAN “ BrUllSWick, Ga. : Wlixlsli Mmr> T®~ ' Tim , wlm ..re - ■ while . imV JB tm; i ■ '!: > \ki. yu i Hi; 'Vtlnmt, fell them i be relieved■ ai once. one !he Newcastle WHEN YOITT Aml ihe ste#i if a a You m*y l>e pure that it , HONOR IS , 11A RLE A T VJTF AT 7" • tfMtTkTtTNER & C -. Al 1 lliAlV Wester* meats from Swift. GAME IN SEASON', P/NEST SAUSAGE, I ’ V .£== —HAMS, BREAKFAST BACON. 305 Grant Street, and 213* Newcastle. New Goods Displayed every week at our store. During the coming week we will close out our hanging lamps at cost. Another cooking contest .dn the famous Buck’s Stove will take place May N and June 1, in which” the winner will receive one of those beautiful.nickel ranges. V NOTICE t Now is the time to have you! mattresses- reno vated. We make a specialty of This class of work. H. M. Miller and Son. THE CHANCE OF YOUR LIFE] ♦ ' . A few slightly damaged Man tels at one-half price. V ' COME QUICM IRON FENCING. ♦ MONUMENTAL WORK. . Brunswick Mari and Granite Works. REEI) E. IaMANCE, Proprietor. IN SUMMER— The average individual seeks refreshing bev erages. We have these tempters to offer: Assorted Fruit Syrups, per bottle 25c Imperial Lemon Juice, per bottle -.. 40c Montserrat Lime Juice, per bottle 40c Mott’s Carbonated Sweet Cider, per bottle 25c Hire’s Improved Root Beer Extract, per b0tt1e....... ~. 25c Carbonated Root Beer .. [S C Everything in Groceries. KEANY & BAILEY, GROCERS, Telephone No. 11. ' 312 Newcastle Street.