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EVERY MORNING BUT MONDAY. Brunswick Publishing Company, Pub lishers and Managers. nl , Vlr , r ) In Oglethorpe Block, F Street. OFIIO*. j aKEKPHONK NO 31. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. Delivered by Mail or Carrier. One copy, one year $5 CO One copy, six months 2 50 One copy, three months 1 25 One copy,one month 5u One copy, One week 15 Sunday Edition, 8 pages, per year 1 00 Ten per cent, discount on all subscriptions w ten paid in advance. i ... Correspondence on live and clean subjects is solicited. Address all communications to The Mousing Times, Brunswick, Ua, Official Organ of the City of Bruns wick and County of Glynn. TO SUBSCRIBERS: Subscribers are requested to notify the office when they fail to get any issue of The Times. Attention to this matter will lie appreciated by the management. Advertising rates will be furnished on ap plication. Orders to discontinue subscriptions and ad vertisements must be in writing. 'SUN|Mun|TUEMIhU|FS ! M s ft Aililin 12 13 14 l£r IS IT 18 19 20 21 M 23 24 Ml A When Business Booms This Fall, as it is expect oil that it avill, the men who ADVERTISE Will tfot the most of it, os they al ways do, In good times or dull times. Those who arc after their share of the business ami as much more as they can get are making their preparations to secure it. To Advertise In the most eflVo live, economical ami satisfactory manner Secure space in The Times. W Indiana adopts lynching; as a rem edy for “any old thing;.” Y ici.i.ow fever has delayed the At lanta Journal’s special edition. This fact emphasizes the dreadness of the disease. It cannot be denied by our worst enemies that the wharves of Bruns wick now present a very striking; ap Title New Orleans people appear to he managing their own infection, without assistance trom the marine hospital service. The president has appointed a white postmaster at Columbus. What have the people of Columbus done to be thus exceptionally favored? £%Tuk penitentiary committee of the state legislature, one of the largsst and ablest of that body’s sub-organi zations, met in Atlanta yesterday for the purpose of considering the urgent need of reform in the convict system of Georgia. Their duty calls for hard and earnest thought, and lofty, patri otic purpose. The entire state watch es the proceedings of the committee with interest. IT’S QUITE DIFFERENT. Those who remember, from personal experience, the old time yellow fever, must be forced lo lhe conclusion, in studying the reports of the disease in the last few years that a great change has come over the spirit of the ma lady. The fever at present prevailing along the gulf coast is of such a mild type that old yellow fever nurses and patients have a hard time persuading •hemselves that it is the same disease. Thirty per cent, was the average rate of mortality in the epidemics of 1853 to 1879. Seventy-two hours was the limit of the disease. Then came either death or slow convalescence. After twelve days of convalescence, there was another danger—relapse, which in nearly every case proved fatal. We do not hear of that sort of yel low fever now. It is an almost en tirely dissimilar brand. In all the infections of the pa9t live years, the average death rate lias not been above 3 percent. Patients linger for ten, t welve or lifteen days before death or convalescence. If the present disease is yellow fever, it’s not the old, time tested type. TOO MUCH LAW. The Birmingham Age-llerald wisely puts it thus: “Thoughtful citizens in many states are beginning to think there are two many laws. Every year the national and local statesmen meet and go to work making laws as if the salvation of the world depended upon them. Code follows code, only tube tinkered, amended or destroyed by new crops of legislators. Overworked supreme courts Hash their guesses into print from day to day,but the tangle grows worse all the time. It would be a blessing to the conntry to rock along for at least ten years without a single new statute.” REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR The lirst duty of man is to marry woman and be sprved by her forever. A girl never visits another one but she comes home with anew way to tix up her hair. When a girl is in love with a man she will never believe that he isn’t distinguished looking. Eve would probably have been aw ful unhappy all the rest of her life if she had ever heard of a church wed ding. As long as man has an idea that he can get away whenever he wants to, a girl has him just where she wants him.—From the New York Press. With all his boasted impartiality Mr. McKinley cannot explain why he hasn’t found negroes available for important offices in his own section. Wk now have a secret order known as “The Gorillas.” It is not to be presumed, however, that the members expect to make monkeys of themselves. Attractive Women. Why is one woman attractive and another not? The most admirable and attractive thin# about an attrac tive woman is her womanliness. Everybody admires a womanly wo man. She must have health, of course, because without it she would lose the brightness of her eyes, the fullness of her cheeks and her vivacity. Real health must mean that a woman is really a woman. That she is strong and sexual in a sexual way, as well as in every other. That she is capable of performing perfectly the duties of ma ternity. Some are born with what is called “constitutional weakness.” Those who do not enjoy perfect health, need only take the proper precautions and the proper remedy to become per fectly well and strong. Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription will cure any derangement of the distinctly femin ine organism. Send 21 cents in one-cent postage stamps to World’s Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y., and re ceive Dr. Fierce’s 100S page “Common Sense Medical Adviser,” illustrated. School books at Dunn’s, IS9G model 40 and 41 Columbia bicy cles, SSO Inquire at The DowningCo. Ship Notices. Neither the muster nor consignees of the British steamship Albion will bo responsible for any debts contracted by the crew. \VM. JOHNSTON A CO., Ltd., Consignees. Neither the master, owner nor consignees of the Ameriean bark Glcneda will le responsi ble for any debts contracted by the crew. PKTTINGILL, Master. THE TIMES: BRUNSWICK, GA„ WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 22, 1897. PERIODICAL SICK-HEADACHES. Of Interest to Women Because in this Case they Proceeded from an Aiiment Peculiar to the Sex. ; THE MOTHER OF A YOUNG INFANT INTERVIEWED. From the Herald Democrat, Huron, 8. D. A few years since, J. W. Kelley came to IluVon, Bouth Dakota, from Osceola, lowa, and purchased an interest in the Huron City Mill, an immense structure having a capacity of 200 barrels of flour per day. Soon after his arrival Mr. Kelley’s family removed here and some months later they were joined by their son Elmer and family, he having purchased an interest in the con cern, and the firm became known as J. W. Kelley & Son. Since tlieir arrival they have built up an immense trade for their patent roller flour, and ship many carloads every month to eastern and other markets. When they came to Huron, Mrs. J. W. Kelley was in very delicate health and the change of climate and conditions seemed benefit her. But the relief proved only ...u --porary however, for afler a few months resi dence here she lapsed into the same infirm physical condition that had been her lot for then nearly twenty years. Her ailments were those peculiar to women, and which women alone can best understand. In ad dition to these troubles Mrs. Kelley was a sufferer from acute sick-headaehe. Tills would come upon her at intervals of about two weeks, continuing for two, three or four days, much of the time compelling her to keep to her bed. Because of her affliction she was quite unable to do her housework, visit her neighbors, or attend church. This worried her greatly for she is a devout Christian and lives according to her profes sion. As Rev. B. 11. Burtt, pastor of the Congregational Church, to wtiich Mrs. Kel ley belongs, said of her one evening at t In close of service: “Mrs. Kelley is indeed a true mother in Israel; she is conscientious and earnest, faith ful and devoted —a Christian in the truest sense of the term.” In replying to inquiries touching her case, Mrs. Kelley said: “I am sixty years of age, and was horn in New York State, where I lived for fourteen years, then removed with my parents to Michigan, living there about the same num ber of years, then went to lowa, remaining there till we came here some four years ago, or more. I have been troubled with weak nesses peculiar to my sex, for ihe past twenty five years. During that time my husband has expended a large amount of money fee ing physicians and buying remedies, hut I found little relief. Physicians told me the womb was badly disarranged and no perma nent relief could be afforded till the change of life had fu.ly taken place. In this they like myself, were disappointed. To add to my other troubles a headache, painfully sickening would come upon me about every two weeks. I became quite discouraged and for a time ceased doctoring almost entirely; I had lost faith in the science of medicine, both of the old school and new, and cared to expend no more money in that way. “About a year ago my son read in some newspaper an advertisement of Dr. Wil liams’Pink Pills, and urged me to try them. I hesitated because I had tried so many patent medicines without securing the much sought and long hoped for relief. But lie insisted so strongly that I finally decided to give them a trial. Almost from the first I experienced relief, and after using the first box a change for the better was so apparent that I took courage and continued to use them strictly accordi:v to directions, until a short time since. I am so nun'll better, as any one can see, that I have gradually dis continued their use. 1 take them now, but not regularly. lam a firm believer in Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills and have po hesitancy in recommending them to any who may he similarly 4 afflicted as myself. What they haye done for me they will do for others.” NOTICE OF LEVY OF SPECIAL TPX- Whereas, Glynn county courthouse was so badly wrecked and damaged by a wind storm in tlie month of September, A. I). 181K>, so that upon investigation by the commissioners it was found unsafe to be used by the county as a courthouse and a menace to the public safety to remain in its unsafe and unsound condition, and to that end it was deemed expedient in the discretion of the commissioners, owing to the almost annihilation of the building, to have the same razed to the ground and, Whereas, the county officers arc now domi ciled in the city hall of the city of Brunswick, and the mayor and council cflbsaid city are re quiring a large rental for the use thereof, and, Whereas, in the judgment of the commission ers, and in pursuance of the duties envolved upon them as such officers, it is necessary to have a permanent building for a county court house for the use of the courts of said county, ttie county officers and for the safe preservation of the records of such courts and officers, be it therefore Resolved, That a tax of forty-eight jjer cen tum of the state tax be, and the same is hereby assessed and levied upon all the taxable prop erty, both real, personal and mixed, in the county of Glynn, subject to taxation, for the purpose of raising and creating a fund to be used in the erection and furnishing a county court house in and for the use of the county of Glynn. Said levy of tax made to raise in part such a sum as the county commissioners may hereafter deem, in their judgment, by further levy or other and further means, to provide, for the purpose of erecting and furnishing a court house, not to exceed in cost when fully com pleted and furnished the sum of forty thousand dollars ($40,000). This September 15,1807. James S. Wright, Chairman, (Seal). 11. H. Harvey, E. F. Coney, Commissioners of lloads ami Revenues of Glynn County, Ga. Attest: J.C. Lehman, Clerk. Notios. Brunswick, Ga., Sepl. 15,1597. To whom it may concern : Health certificates can ha secured by persons leaving the city at my office, between the hours of 9 a m. and 1 p. m., and between 2 :30 and sp. m. daily, Sundays excepted. I,AVRKNCK C. BoDKT, City Clerk. Notice. Mayor’s Office, Brunswick, Ga , Sept. 18, IS97,—Persons leaving the city can, between regular office hours, secure “health certificates” from Dr. Hugh Burford, president board of health, or A. V. Wood, secretary board of health, or L.C. Bodet, city clerk, city hall, room No. 7. Albert Ffndig, Acting Mayor. The Rosy Freshness Amt a velvety softness of the skin is inva riably obtained by those who use I’ozzoNi’s Complexion Powder. AH INTERESTING STORY TOLD UNDER EMBARRASSING CIRCUMSTANCES. From the Express, Los Angeles, California . The interviewer’s lives sometimes fall in queer places. People who are to he talked to may be in all sorts of conditions and frames of mind, but one cannot conceive a much more embarrassing tiling for all par ties concerned than an assignment to inter view a mother of a two days old infant. Some things are too sacred for even the cal lous newspaper man to lightly ignore. But Mrs. C. C. Reeder had a story to tell and this paper wanted that story. The baby was asleep, and the mother expressed her amia bility, so the reporter was ushered into the room. Mrs. Reeder used to he Johanna Pinker, and lived for several years at Riverside, Cal. She was a domestic and worked very hard. Perhaps it was the toil, perhaps the climate, at all events, she fell sick. Doc tors auu medicines did her no good. Iler ap petite vanished. Sleep eluded her at night, always and ever that dreadful feeling of las situde and depression, so familiar to women, made ilself apparent to lier. And then she began to imagine things. One night while driving across a bridge that she knew per fectly well was there, she cried out in fright because she could see nothing. The doctors might call this insanity, hut until the hallu cinations and delusions grow to be a menace to life or peace, not much heed is paid to the imaginings of weakly girls. East Spring Mrs. Reeder, for she had mar ried in the meantime, concluded to visit her old home at Daleville, Ind., and it was while there that her mother, Mrs. Caroline Leaser told her ot the wonderful properties of Dr. Williams’Pink Pills for Pale People. Mrs. Reeder began to take them. When she started in stie could not walk the three quarters of a mile to the post office, slie was so weak. In about three weeks she took according to directions about five boxes of the pills, and at the expiration of that time could go down into town and come back and do a big day’s washing over the tub at home. Her blood came back into the pale cheeks, sleep once again refreshed her at night, the cold sweats left, and she could eat and enjoy all the pleasures and diver sions of life where before she had been averse to society and amusements of all kinds. The awful notions and hallucinations left her, her brain again resumed its normal functions. From that time to tiow she has taken no medicine and she is well in all respects. “See my baby. Cod bless its heart,” said the proud mother. “It is as strong and healthy as any baby ever horn. It weighed nine pounds.” As it lay there, its little pink fists clinched over its thumbs, its little eyes puckered up in sleep, a bundle of pink, satiny infantile loveliness, there could he little doubt of the physical health of its parents. Mrs. Reeder lives at a cottage numbered 4074 East Pieo Street, Los Angeles,Cal., and the last words she said were “Oh, you are perfectly excusable. lam just as glad to endorse Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills as you can possibly be to hear my story. If all suffering women only knew their power and good,, there would he less sickness and misery in the world. I’m sure. Goodbye. ” Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale People contain, in a condensed form, all the ele ments necessary to give new life and rich ness tothe blood and restore shattered nerves. They arc an unfailing' specific* tor shell dis eases us locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus’ dance, sciatic",, neuralgia, rheuma tism, nervous headache, the after effect of la grippe, paipi;nHon of the heart, pale and sallow complexions, ali forms of weakness either in male or female. Pink Pills are sold by all dealers, or will be sent postpaid on receipt of price, SO cents a box, of six boxes for $2..0il (they are never sold in bulk or by the 100) by addressing Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y. A GARFIELD’S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO, Gloucester St., (Opposite Express Office.) Work In Brides. Copying and Enlarging of AH Kinds. SAT IS PACT It IN UITA RAXTKKH, To Washington D. C. The Plant System has made the low rate of $20,54 from Brunswick to Wash ington, 1). ( ~ and return via Savan nah and Atlantic Coast Line. Tick ets on sale up to and including Sep tember 30, with Anal limit to October 31. School supplies at Dunn’s. Oo ¥ ocj W or? t a Sietjele? Now is the time to go to work for that bicycle. The offer is open to all. Remember it will be a high-grade, ’9S model, SIOO wheel—no cheap de vice to deceive the contestants. Here’s the plan : The person bringing in the largest number of paid subscriptions to The I’imks between now and December 24, 1897, will be awarded a bicycle, such as the one described above. The person bringing in the second largest number will get a costly prize, to be announced later; so will the third. By paid subscriptions are meant those which are accompanied by the cash. Credit subscriptions will not be counted. Raid subscriptions may b for any length of time. A subscription for one month, with 50 cents, will entitle THE BAY IRON WORKS. Founders, Machinists, Boilermakers and Blacksmiths. Saw Mills, Locomotives, Boilers, Engines, Printing Presses, Dynamos, Mo tors, and all kinds of Electrical Machinery neatly and promptly repaired. We will respond to calls on Marine Work At All Times—Night or Day. We will furnish all kinds of supplies and materials for the trade at lowest prices. All our work will be done by first-class mechanics. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 629 Bay St. Agents for the Celebrated Ridgway RrnnsvulVk Off Engines and Dynamos. DlUlljWit > 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. HELD K. LaMANCE, Proprietor. Livery ——— Graying and Stables. Peed Sale Morris & Lee, Mansfield Sjreet. Old Street Car Stabies PAINE, MURPHY & CO., BROKERS— Orders Executed Or Our Private W ires —/or COTTON, STOCKS, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS For Cash or on Margins. Local Securities nought and Sold. Telephone, SSO. Board of Trade Building, Jackson Building, Savannah, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. J. B. ABRAMS, Brunswick Representative. MADE ME A MAN §AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE JL L£ Nervous Diseases— Failing Mem ory, Impotency, Sleeplessness, etc., caused by Abuse and other Excesses and Indis cretions. They quickly and surely restore Lost Vitality in old or young, and fit a man for study, business or marriage. Prevent Insanity and Consumption if taken in time. Their use shows immediate improve •nent and effects a CURE whore all others lail. In sist upon having the genu* le Ajax Tablets. They have cured t hoi sands and v. ill cure you. m Wo give a positive written guarantee to effect a cure In each case or refund the money. Price BO cento per racknee, or six packages (full treatment] for $i.H . By mail, in ffiwre c -ea- For sale in Brunswick, Ga., hy WILLIAM CROVATT & CO. The Perfume of Violets j The puritv of the lily, the glow of the rose, I and the flush of Hebe combine iu Pozzoni’s I wondrous Powder. | the contestant to one vote for the bi cycle; two months and $1 to two votes : three mouths and $1.25 to three votes; six months and $2 50 to six votes ; one year and $5.00 to twelve votes. One vote for the bicycle for each month. The offer is open to all. Either a gentleman’s or lady’s wheel will be given, as may be desired. The second j and third prizes will be well-worth trying for. The award will be made on next ; Christmas day, and the prizes given at once. Costly Christmas gifts for a little work. Let the bright boys and girls of I Brunswick go to work at once to win this wheel. All the imlormation, sample copies etc., necessary for can vassers will be furnished at the Times office. Contestants can enter at any time. | Don’t let such a good chance slip. Ice Cream, Ice cream soda, * Milk shakes, Soda water, Vine cocoa. Full line of Cigars and To bacco.' Fresh Fruits. Confectionery Eli Zissamato, 1102 H NEWCASTLE ST. Joerger’s Pharmacy. DRUGS, PERFUMERY, ETC. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Day and Night OPPOSITE OGLETHORPE HOTEL.