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I. M. BURNETT,
-SUCCESSOR TO D J. Dilll ODK c. i Sheppard I soo. Grain, Hay, [Flour, T Feed, Grits, Meal, etc. 317, 319 and 321. Newcastle. LOTT & LEWS WHOLESALE GROCERS Cigars, Tobacco Grain. Agents foi Celebrated Cuban Btix, Fitxhugh lee, Howell Cobb, Regalia del Principe Cigars. White Satin and Orange Blos som Flour—Unequaled, Corner F and Bay Sts. E. R. BAKER, CDE:pviT-i;s-r. After years of experience offers his ser vices to the people of Brunswick aud surrounding country, Office hours from 8 to 1 and from 3 to 6. Cfflcein Michelson Block, Giouccester street. J. J. LISSNER. -WHOLESALE— Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions. Crairj, Hay and JBran A Specialty 30 204 L GRAN^JtrsIt* and - Brunswick, Ga. CHRIS ARNHEITER, ~S '* DEALER IN Western Beet, Pori oil ill, Kl< KSII roi i.try. FESH mnrnis, fresh, groceries I Fresh Eggs From the Country. All goods sent out nice and clean, The best of eve rything for the model housekeeper. 207 Monk iPhone S9 CHINESE RESTAURANT, Proprietor. §' >' |; ! i'> < niinn Ih'i<■ kW ."N * I *j PP ; -2 Gloucester. j Awarded Highest Diploma j Po increase your milk Special Mixture. Bt Store. _ M M i__ 0 Jr jr gentle i!n WlKNimlLiM*' in y° u 2? Jwouki like to '■ WmL ‘ i ; msgßKr sx.k ♦ai: To'stop A Cold After exposure or when jou feel a cold coming on, take a dose of Foley’s Hone; and Tar. It never fails to atop * cold if taken in time. W. J. Butts 1-AIST STORE. Wall Paper E AT THE PAINT STORE, 50!4 Monk St. W.H. LYTLE Hie c*n 3i‘:.... :.:, Domes! fit Always on Hand. A Full Line of Fancy Candies ELI ZISSIMATO, 302! Newcastle St. pKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. It, artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach It in efficiency. It in stantly relieves and perrnanentlycures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea. Sick ITeadache.Gastralgia,Cramps, arid all other results of imperfeetdigestion. Prepared by E. C. DeWltt A Cos.. Chicago. NEW WHEELS FOR RENT And a few[second*hand Wheels for^Sale^Cheap For CASH. Renting,! |Repairing, □ and Sundries. BJ Olewine 505-Gloucester St. CURE YOURSELF! Use Big Ct for unnatural discharges,inflammations, irritations or ulceration* of mucous membranes. Painless, and not astria* . gent or poisonous. Sl4 by Drngftsls, or sent in plain wrapper, by express, prepaid, fcl 11.00, 0r.3 bottles. |2.75. Circular sent ou request THU BRUNSWICK TlMtb SATURDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 17 1900 |>o©iek&j. MART M’NISH BURROUGHS. Editor, Mis. R. D. Lawrence, of Marietta, is expected in Brunswick short l ; to spend sotfle time with friends. Adele is the name given to the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Parker Bowling, at their heme on St. Simon Island. Miss Agnea Robinson hag left for Atlanta, ' h re she wi I be the gue t of Mrs. Lonard C. Bo;d for some time. Mrs. Samuel Ltwreno", of Marietta, is among the vistorg who will be in Brunswiok shortly. After spending some time in Brunt wick, the guest of their grandmother, Mrs. Bart, little Misses Kalhrine and Muriel Boyd have returned to their home in Atlanta. After a charming visit to Brunswick the guest of friends and relatives, Miss Amanda Lawrence expects to re turn to her home in Marietta on Mon day, to the regret of sooial Bruns wiok. ~' S> — ' tt l Af:er several weeks in Brunswick, the guest of Mrs . S. O. Atkinson, at her home on Uuion street, Miss Caro line Thompson returned to her home la Washington last night. + + + Miss Bessie Fox, of St. Simon Liard spent part of this week with friends in Brunswick. Miss Sophie Morton spent, seviral days with friends in Brunswiok. Mr. aid Mrs. J. 11. Whitmire are arranging for an elegant reoeptiou to v -~V' be givan at their home on St. S mon In honor of their son, Mr, Ctaranoe B. Gjwen, who will bring a bride south on a wedding tour, after which they will return to Westgate, lowa, where they Will make their future home, t t t Master Arthur Varnadoe, of Savan nah, is the guest of Mrs . J. J. Wim berly for several weeka at her hune on Gloucester s’reet., — r vjT After making many friends in Brunswick, the guest of Miss Fanny Grant Nightengale and Miss Mai King, Miss Caroline Grant expects to return to her home in Asheville todaj§ Dr. and Mrs, Hugh Burford, little Mias Dorothy Burford aod Mister dtston Burford left a day or two for a visit to Florida. Mrs. Coleman arid Mm 001-man, mother and enter of Mr, Begtor C le man, expect to move, to firumwick in the early epring to make their fu ure home. They expeot to occupy the res idence corner of Union and George streets. Mies Imogens Williams has return ed to Itrunswick, after several weeks in Savannah. Many friends are glad to know that her eyes, which have been giving her great trouble for some time pas', are improving. In a recent contest for the most graceful skater in Dunrlleo, New Jar sey, the medal was awarded to Miss L ilian Wardeo, who executed many beautiful and diflicult movements on the ice. Miss Warden is remembered in Brunswick and S', Simon Island as the guest of Mrs. J. B. Wright, who spent last winter here and madp a host of friends. Master John Tilton, of Savannah, ia the guest of Miss Imogens Williams for several days, at har home on G street. + 11 Mr. John Wiggins was among bia friends yesterday, after his recent ill nese. Miss Lois Day is the guest of Mrs. Charles Noyes for several days at her home on Carpenter street. Miss Essie Whiltleld leaves shortly for Alabama where she will visit friends in Farnsdale, Selma and other places, before returning to Macon, where she will spend some time before reluming to her home in Bruns wick. Contluuud on fourth page. „ “THY WILL BE BONE I" There are tens of thousands of women, submitting to conditions that involve daily martyrdom, a lingering, painful death, who press the thorn of suffering deeper into tjivir hearts with the prayer “Thy Will be Done." To every such woman cornea the message, you were made to live a healthy, happy life and to enjoy wifehood and motherhood by Him who “maketh the barren woman to keep house anti become a joyful mother of children.” You are being robbed of your birthright. Pleasure and happiness correspond o the duties of wifehood and the responsibilities of motherhood, just as surely aa sweet accnts correspond to the sense of Btnelling, sweet sounds to the seme of hearing, aweet sights to the sense of seeing. It Is God’s will that you enjoy all the faculties and func tions of the body, and if in any chamber of this great house of the body, pain sits as a guest, it is not by right but by usurpa tion. The - place belongs to joy not pain. WHY DO WOMEN DO IT, why do they suffer and submit to suffering, accepting all their pain as a providential dispensation ? It would seem to be because only about thirty women in every hundred are exempt from every form of female dis order, and the majority accept their con dition as the rule, and the healthy condi tion of the minority as the exception. And this is a serious mistake. Health should be the rule, disease the exception, and how ever in the past woman has had to endure Buffering as the badge of her sex, such suf fering has never been necessary since Dr. R. V. Pierce, consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N.Y., has proven that out of every hundred cases of female disorders only three in each hundred failed to find a cure by using Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription. Thirty year’s experience in the treatment of female disorders, a record of over 350,000 cases treated, three per cent, only of which failed of complete cure, enables Dr. Pierce to speak with the authority of a master specialist when he affirms that his “Fa vorite Prescription" will cure practically every case of female weakness, irregu larity, displacement, liberation, inflamma tion and every sympathetic result of such ailpients. Remember that this cure means something vastly more than to merely atop the suffering. TUB MEANING OF “CURB ” Is to be re-established in sound, substantial health, to have eldKicity of body and be cheerful of spirits. To enjoy the cares of home as a recreation. Ho more the aching Spine, the dull head, the sharp pain intthe side, the specks before the eyes, the faint ness, dizziness, nausea and exhaustion. Bat in their place a sound mind inasoundbody —the ideal condition of perfect health. DR. PIKBCK’S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION will do niuhis. It has done It In thousands of cases. It •H doit in almost every case in which it ‘s honafitly tried. But if the” Favorite Pre scription ” (foes not fully realize the expecta tions of all those who us* It, after a fair trial, Dr. Pierce invites the patient to write to him, at the above address. There ia no fee. Dr. Pierce stands behind his ” Prescription,” and in the small per centage of cases where some variation from the ordinary conditions retarda the action of the medicine, he ia more than willing, h is anxious to give to such cases the benefit of his thirty years of special study of woman's dis eases. a period which includes the successful treatment of a quarter of a million cases. Write in perfect* confidence as tens of thousands of others hive done, knowing that every letter is sacredly private. There are questions that many'women would like to ask, if they could speak as under the seal of confession, b There are things easier to write about than to speak about.b Dr. Pierce stands in the priveleged rela tion of confessor to thousand* of women, who have confidence ta his silence as in his skill. W. L. Yancey, Paduoab, Ky. writes, ‘I had a severe case of kidney disease and three of the best physicians In southern Kentuoky Irested me without success. I was induced to try Foley’s Kidney Curp. The first bottle gave immediate relief and three bottlescured me permanently. I gladly recommend this'wonderfnl r>ms>. W. J. Butts. Fresb sauer kraut, just received. Harper’s. ’Phone 168. A. Word About Bicycles. Are you going- to buy a Bicycle ? Before you do be sure to examine the following line; Columbia Chainless, Columbia Chain, Hartford, Stormer, and Pennant, from $75 down to S2O. If you. want to be happy ride a Columbia Chainless. The above line of Bicycle can be seen at THE DOWNING CO. Hppoia Notiop. All bills against the British steamship Itice more must be presented at our office by eleven o’clock today or payment will lie debarred. Win. Johnston A Cos. Ltd., Agent?, We intend our “ads” to be—and they aie—an index is occurring in our store; a newspaper looking-glass, that reflects the best wo get to offer you. Harper’s. ’Phone 158. V. 8. Phil pot, Albany, Ga., says, “De- Witt’s Little Karly Risers did me more good than any pilla 1 ever took.’’ The ia moua little pills for conetipation, bilious ness and liver and bowel troubles. W. J. Butts. “I htye always used Foley’s Honey aud Tar oougb medicine and think it the best in the world,” says Chas. Bender, a of Erie, Pa. Nothing alee as good. W. J. Butts. Ladies, clean your gloves with La- Belle glove oleaner, For.sale only by H. V. Addetly, headquarters for dressed and nndreeeed kid gloves, all tbo leading shades. Gluyes fitted and warranted. oso, Barbee, Mendota. Va , says, “Noth ing did me so much good as Kodol Pya pepiia Cure. One dose relieved me, a few bottles cured me.” It digeets what you eat and always cures and jiiepeia. . J. Butts. I Believe in BUM Groceries Only as wo need them. That is why yon always get fresh goods whon you buy them lioro. You can be sure ot getting what you want wlien you trade with me. I have just received some nice canned goods that will please your appetite. BHREWSBERRY SPINACH, STRAWBERRY BESTS, VIENNA SAUSAGE AND SAUER KRAUT. THOMAS KEANY, GROCER. 1112 NEWCASTLE ST. p U ON E II UNDERTAKING and EMBALMING, B.F, SIBLEY 425 NEWCASTLE ST. Full Stock of all kinds of Coffins and Caskets, beautiful funeral car at your service. Embalming of all kinds done on short notice. Night calls receive prompt attention. Leave night orders at Central Hotel: Am prepared to furnish full outfit pertaining to funerals’. 13. F. ©IBI^EJY, 425 NEWCASTLE ST. Fatal delays are caused by experi menting with cough and cold cures. Foley’s Honey and Tar will prevent a cold from resulting In pneumonia. DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve ia unequal ed for pile, ir,juries and skin diseases. It is the original Witch Hazel Salve, ileware of all counterfeits. W.J. Butte. Read y and Profim JIOW TO GET^L- A MAN’S $4.00 SHOE m FOR 25 CEBITS. Buy a coupon for 25 cents. For this ibupon and SUX) we issue you a book of four coxflpons; sell the four coupons for 2£c each, thereby gifting bacK your .fI.OO. Each of those to whom a coupon brings it to us purchasing a book djffour coupons for themselves. ■ When your four coupons have been sent iim> us you can see that we have received $4.00 and *ou are entitled to a 4.00 pair of fine shoes. \ THE PALMER SHOE C THE UM'NTt Qwm Of artistic nitnds and deft fingers which are shown In our display of trimmed hats and bonnets arc surpassed by no others for beauty of style, quality of material, and excellence of workmanship, The colors are delightlully combined and the whole arranged according to the latest modes. Prices range from 50c to $15.00 and in every case the values offered will prove satisfac tory. HISS KATE SLATER, 601 GLOUCESTER ST., BRUNSWICK, - - GEORGIA. Russell's Chill and Fever Tonic, every bottle guaran teed. For sale by W. J. Butts and I, N, Bishop.