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A BIG WELCOME FOB BRIDGES SMITH Macon's Mayor Will Get Fine Send Off In This Growing City WHEN BE LECTURES HERE MARCH 15. Hi* Reputation a* a Humorist is Giod —“Grand Stand P ay tr,he Sub j*ot Well Received Every where. Brunswick to give Major Bridges Sn'tb, of Macon,* big send off wben he appears here on Marob lGtb, on tbe lecture platform He bas a good reputation in this see tion a* a bumoria', and many friends Jiere who are anxious to welcome him. from other places where be appeared in the interest of the * i*e Free Library fund are to the ef- B|hat bis leoture, "Grand Stand 'xjVer*,” is grea'. all kinds, at the lire Hive. r J. J. LISSNER. Hi -WHOLBSALJt- " ’ i Groceries, Tobacco,Tlour, bacon and Provisions. and Bran A Specialty 30 §o Q 4 L Q o^: N K r#t?.:?. < ! - Brunswick, Ga. i ■■■Hi J— ll * * - 1 -■ ■ lll 1 —— ■ .■ -•••”! CHRIS ARNIIEJTLR, DEALER IN ~ KKI.SII I'Ol I.TKV. II!K VKHAIUS. HKSmTKCCTKiR Fresh Eggs From the Country. All goods sent out nice and clean,* The best of’eve rything for the model housekeeper. 207 Monk iPhone 89 .CHINESE RESTAURANT, r ESTABLISHED 1889. f CHUE get the bestjthe by eating here, 19 2IS GRANTIST. Mad- for Ladies 3tSaW>? "" W,dard Ladies’ I ailurii g < Bet concern of its hind in .r r . 1 ' to display samples of their Vibrios and fashion in this city. These samples and fashion plates hare already been pieced her , and are L *£4Jly for ■inspection. Vou should not ■>f seeing the kets of Paris, •on . If you they will be i if you will er, 1504 I f||a nrt Wpe guaran- Red. For sale |by W. J. Rts and I. N, iQshop. Wm (>'i* Cough, K G. Vacher, W.OagcMKreet, 'Cbic >go,aaya: ‘ My wifell|mvery el] of 11 hfl ";fcd e< Hrieil jfl IwfWcila)'* Hi ney aiid/I r aJ Bammed ate relief. A 50 cJt 'loured her oough entirefflj Hi and 50 cente. AV .J. BiV, Rut. m Special Rates Via Southern Railway. Tampa. Fla. First Annual Carnival Celebra tion, April 2-7, one first class hire for the round trip. Tickets sold March 81 and April 1, with final limit April 9. Mardi Cras Carnivals, New Orleans, ha., Feb ruary 21-27,1900, and Mobile, Ala., Febru ry 21-27,1900. On account of tb. ae occasions tick eta will sold at rate of one fare for round trip. Tickets W’illbe sold daily, commencing Februa ry 80. up to and including Feb. 2. r *. with flual limit, March I.'*, 1900. Lewie Ackerman,Ooahen, Ind.,eaye "De- Witts Little Karly .Risers always bring certain relief, cure my headache and never gripe." They gently cleanse and invigo rate the bowela and liver. VF. J. Butts, the druggist. The Beet Salve in ihe World, is Banner Stive. It is made from a prescription by a world wide known skin specialist anti is positively tbe most healing salve fury piles, burns, scalds, ulcers, running sores and all skin disease*. Lo b & Cos. Repreien'ed litre. Lyeb & Cos., tbe leadiug custom shirt makers of this country, are represent ed by Jas. G. Carter at tbe Brunswiok Cleaning and Pressing Cos. You will now fled on display a now lme of fabrics andjpatterne of tbe neatest de signs. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests you eat. Itartificially digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. It is the latest discovereddigeet ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach it in efficiency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick Headache,Gastraigia,Cramps,and all other results of imperfectdigestion. Prepared by E. C. DeWltt 4 Cos.. Chicago. W. J. Butte, the Druggist. Stoves Repaired. put in backs, dampers and stove on bot round. I buy, repair rati sell s'cond hand stoves. KK E, 411 Bay Street. Noties. $2,500 to loan on improved, desira ble, central residence property, or cen tral business property. BrcbstOD, Fen- B'g & Cos. ! Eye Glasses Lost. Lost, one pair gold rim eye glasses with gold chain attached. Finder will be rewarded by bringing them to The Times office. Ad vertire !n The Times The bronswick TiMts Friday morning MakCH 91900 “CITIZEN” WRITES A STRONG CARD Relative To Work Being Done By the Brunswick Humane Society, AND ASKS SOME QUESTIONS Bearing Upon This Work and 'h" O’d* Against Which the Organise*i n Has to Oon'tsd- To The Tims* —As one who is intei sated in the good work of the Humane Society, and who really thinks that such an organization should be en o luraged, I beg leave to ask an impar tial publio the question whether or not there has been any good done by the society, and if there Is less cruelty within the limits of tbe sooiety siooe tbe date of its organization? Tbe odds against whiob tbe sooiety fights, however, are extremely dis couraging, end the reoent failure of the j try in tbe oity court to return a verdict of guilty in the oase against a man for driving a mule, and al'owing tbe mule owned by him to be driven, whin the poor creature was in such a sbookingly bad oondition—emaciated, galled and wretohed in every way adds Its weight to tbe pressure already so bard and discouraging. At well, the case against another man employed at a local livery stable who drove a horse to death not long ago. This poor dumb creature fell dead in harness on one of our most publio thoroughfares; great waits as large as one’s initial linger were made on the back and flanks of tbe poor aui mai by tbe severe heating it rrceived, sod it was mads to go, and at a dash ing gait, all n it was in no condition to be driven at sW, txcepf, possibly, very slowly snd at light work. Hun dreds of our oitiz-ne saw this, and many of them teat fl and to the fact be fore the grand jury, and yet that body returnedK’No bill.” One is ofcfronted with this obvious propobitioAand the publio ta req-e t ed to lorinii own deductions: Flrrt, then, it tllffifcba conceded that tbe ob ject of the Society it an ex nelleut one, lAt-fiave been enacted in every statin in the Union giving protection twour p >or dumb creatures, hut unfortunately the law baa not al ways been fully oarried-out. The so ciety atrives to inebll principles of justice and mercy—they strive to pre vent cruelty and neglect, they only prosecute when the oases are flagrant, and the good of the community in the highest sense is at tbe root of their ef fort. Second. A jury k supposed to he composed of men sufficiently earnest, honest, wise and moderate to be able r to conceive and express a p rfiOtly fair opinion, not tinged in any way by ptreonsl prejudice, fear of personal loss or detriment, orf|•,4'f'.;v|B|*|ntt ment save that of lla ~ sire to do jiisttre^ps||||lj|pr Ni If tflSsatisfied wi’rf*w?;B-r E ... I | trig on tins noble work oißreifc,. Sfe with the work of or can one venture to it I* not competed of tbe material soribed as that which should in iM oases form a jury to deoide questions of justice, mercy, right and wrong. CITIZEN. “Catch the opportunity. By taking Hood’s Sarsaparilla now you may build up your health and prevent serious illness. Matinee at the Grand Sat urday afternoon Pain Vanquished No remedy on earth can ever abolish pain as a whole, for pain is the common lot of all living creatures. We can, how ever, vanquish pain as a tormentor of the individual, either of man or beast, for this has been done triumphantly for . many years by DR. J. H. McLEAN’S VOLCANIC OIL j LINIMENT ' This is truly a wonderful remedy wher ever any pain, inflammation, sore or ir ritation exists on the body. It has been used for many years and is known as a quick and perfect healer of Cuts. Burns, . Blotches, Ulcers, Eruptions and all forms . of Skin Trouble; Neuralgia, Frost Bite, . Chilblains and the like. It is also a sure cure for Lumbago, Rheumatism and Dis . eases of the Joints, and will heal domes . tic animals as it will the human system. > Millions of bottles of this Liniment are p sold yearly. | 25c. 50c and $1 a bottle, at druggists. [ THE DR. J. H. McLEAN MEDICINE CO., ► T. LOUIS. MO. FOR SALE BY W. J. BUTTS, The Druggiit. DR. BURFORD BACK APer a Pleasant and Muoh Niedei Vaca tion in Florida. Dr. Hugb Rurford has returned to Brunswick, accompanied by his family after several weeks spent in Florida, 00 a faithfully earned vacation. A Good Cough M*dio’ne For Children. "Tiiave no hesitancy in recommending Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, eaj e F P Moran, a well-known and popu'ar bakei of have given it to our children when||roubled with bad coughs, also whoopi'ty cough, and it al ways has given perfect satisfaction. It was recommend&CTSi me by a druggist as the best cough mcdicKSMor children as it con tained no opium or other harmful drugs. Bold by Bishop’s Drug Store. Bt*m Yaobt Josephine Arrives. Tlie steam yaoht Josephine arrived in port yesterday from New York, ar.d will stay two days before proceeding to Cuba. A Frightful Blunder. Will often cause a horrible Burn, Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen’s Arnica Salve, the best in the world, will kill the pain and promptly beat it. Cures Old Sorea, Ulcers, Boils, Felons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth. Only 25 cts a box. Cure guaranteed, Sold by ail druggists. Peters Comedy Cos. in mat inee performance at the Grand Saturday afternoon. Don’t miss it. New fashion sheets in, at the Bee Hive. Call and get onp, free . E. R. BAKER, DENTIST. * After years of experience offers his ser vices to the people of Brunswick amt surrounding country, Office hours from 8 to 1 and from 2 to 0. office in Mlchelaon Block, Glouccester street. M in „. The world celebrated Mftltre d’Hotel, of the Waldorf-Astoria, having . prepared an original auco or relifth for shell-fish, meats, etc., for service at the t Waldorf-Astoria, and having Experienced a demand for it from guoßta far beyond ability to eatify, haw arranged to place it on the market through other channel*, the manufacture being carried on under his formula and under his control. THOMAS KEANY, Fancy Grocer, UNIFORMS ORDERED FOB GEORGIA TROOPS 750 of Various Sizes As Called For By Different Command - ing Officers. WILL ARRIVE ABOUT MEMORIAL DAY 6 gh’eeu Compan os to Be Supplied Out of First Lot, Fourteen Being Infantry, Thr> e Csva'y e nd Two Artillery. 9 An Atlanta~diepatoto, dated March 7tb,says: “Acting Adju’an General Byrd sent to the United States quar termaster’s department at Washington today, the first order from the State of Georgia for uniforms for tbe equip uient of the Georgia State troops. This order oalls for 750 uniforms of various sizes, according to the requisi- . tioiis made by the various captains of the companies, which will be supplied out of the shipment. Eighteen compa nies will be supplied. Of these, four teen are for infantry, three for cav alry, and one for artillery. It ia not dt finitely known by the ad jutant general’s department juet when tbe new uniforms will arrive, but it it expected that they will be here in time fur use on Memorial day, April 26. Many of the commanding offioers of the various companies in the State’s seivioe have not sent in their requisi tions for new uniforms which the State propose* to furnish them, and from tbe present time, the oonipanies will be supplied in the order in which the requisitions are reoeived. “Tbe Nobleat Mind The best contentment has.’’ Yet, however noble in mind, no man or woman can have perfect contentment without physical health. The blood must be .kept pure and tbe stomach and digestive organs in good order. The best means for this pur pose is Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It promptly curea all blood humors and eruptions and tones up the system. The famous cathartic is Hood's Tills. 25c Phil and Nettie Peters in comedy at the Grand tomor row afternoon, DR. NICHOLAS B. WALIiIIT BESIDENCE 306 UNION ST. ROOM ! OPERA HOUSE BUILDING. PHONE NO. 37. BRUNSWICK, OA. Am now vacciiiatingcounty patients and will lie out of the city until March Uth, except a night. THE ULTRA m j~j A Dainty Shoe | 1 t i For Dainty Feet. w JJ A Handsome Shoe For Any Foot TIJF I II TD A I s a ladies’ shoe that is the em- I lIL ULI lin bodiment of neatness, comfort and style; strong, durable, yet light. Madedrom the best chrome kid, elastic turn and -cork, cussian welt, military heel and designed for the American woman of today J Sold only by —•—"""V THE PALMER SHOE CO. 116 NEWCASTLE STREET, SIX PAGES M I M lil 'vi'CLl V Nor variety of styles in the lino of trhmnod MILLINERY e are showing, There are many new importations in the col lection, each one of which is a model of exquis ite taste. The Hats and Honuets of home creation are not wanting in stylo or artistic bs.au ty. They are not one hit behind those of foreign make, except In the matter or price. All however are marked with small figures. MISS KATE SLATER. 504 GLOUCESTER ST., BRUNSWICK, - - GEORGIA. UNDERTAKING EMBALMING, b. f.sTbley 425 NEWCASTLE ST. Full stock of all kinds of Coffins and Caskets. Beautiful funeral carat your service. Embalming of all kinds done on short notice. Night calls receive prompt attention. Leave night oiders at Central Hotel: Am prepared to furnish full outfit pertaining to funerals'. B. IT. SIBLEY, 425 NEWCASTLE ST. Wm. Orr, Newark, 0., says. "We never feel safe wi'hout One Minute Cough Cure in the liouee. It saved my little boy’s life when he had pneumonia. Wethink it tbe best medicine made." It cures coughs, and all lung diseases. Pleasant to take, harmless and gives immediate results, W. J. liutts, the druggist. When you want something to heal a burn, or a sore, or a cut, why not try Banner Salve, which is guaranteed the most hea fag ointment in the world. Take no substitute. W. J. Butts, the druggist.