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KVFBY MORN’II-G EXCEPT MONDAY .irrii'i* Ii Ogletaoree Block,lll r Street urrivw i i K i. K t> H< ( NK mu si. OEMING At MULLINS! ( L#,, £** Publishers C W. DEMINO.I (Editor. ROLAND A-MULLINS. Business Manager TO 8UBS0EIBBBS: Bob4cillx-rt er. - ofllc hee they (ell to getsny lose of The Time*. Atlentlonlu, thin matter will be appreciated by tbe pobtlebenL) ~~ — ~ rr ■ , „ , The Horning Times will be Dellvsred by arrier or mail, per year. St .00; per week 16 oei ta. Correspondence on live subjects •olicited. Beal name of writer ahonld ac company aame. Snbacriptiona payable in advance. Failure to receive paper ehonld be reported to the.bneineea office. Addreeel al oinmonicationa to The Times. A HINDOO LEGEND OF THE CREATION OF WOMAN. At tbe leginning of time, Twssbtrl —the Vuloan of tbe Hindu mythology —creeled the world. But when be wiebed to create a woman be found tbat he employed all bit material* in the creation of man. There did not remain -one solid element. Then TANARUS., perplexed, fell into a|profoucd medi tation. He roneed himself to do a* follows: He took tbe roundnees of tbe mooo, the undulations of the ser pent, tbe entwinement of _olimbing plants, the trembling of tbe grass, tbe slenderness of the rose fine and the velvet of tbe flower, tbe lightness of (lie Itaf end the glsnoe of the fawn, the gaiety of the tuu'i ray* and the teare of tbe inlet, the inconetaucy of the wind and the timidity of tbe hare, (be vanity of tbe peioookand tbe eoft neg* of tbe down on the throat of the • wallow, the hardneae of the diamond, the aw<et flavor of honor and the cruelty of tbe tiger, the warmth of fire, the obill of mow, tbe chatter of the jay aud tbe ooolng of the turtle dove. He united all tbia and formed a woman. Then he made a prevent of her to man. Right lttsr the man t name to Twaahtrl and aaid. “My I.ird, the creature,you gave me pole one my exieMMT Bhu obaitere with out vet, ail my time, the 1 > menu tor induing at all, and le al waye 111.” And T. received the wo- man again. Hut eight days later man nvme again to the god and eald : “My l.ord, my lire le very eolitary tinoe I returned thin creature. I remember •be ’danced before me, einging, I re member that alia glanced at me from i lie corner of her eye, that ebe played with me, clung to me.” And Twaah tle returned the woman to him. Three day* only paaaed, and T. aaw the man ooralng again. “My Lord,” •aid be, “Ido not underatand exactly how, but I am lure [that the woman naueea me more auooyanoe than pleas- ure. I beg of you to relieve me of her. Hut T. eald: “do your wey and do your beet.” And tbe man cried: “J cannot live with hart" Neither can you live without her,” replied T. And the man wee [sorrowful, murmuring: “Woe I* me, I can neither live with nor without her.” -6 ood Poison Cured by B. B. B.—Bottle Free te SufFtrert. l>eep-seatede, obstinate cases, the kind that have resisted doctors, hot springs and patent medicine treatment, quickly yield to B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), thor oughly tested lor twenty years. Have you mucous patches in the mouth? Bore T roat, Kruptions, Eating Bores, Bone ius, Itching Bkln, Swollen Glands, Btiff Joints,'. Copper Colored Spots, Chancres ll loeratlon on the body? Hair and sye tiro- < fell out? Is the skin a mess ot boils, pimples end ulcers'/ Then this wonderful ft B. B. specific will completely change the whcije body into e oleen. perfect con dition, tree from eruptions, end skin niooth with the glow ot perfect health. B. B. ft. drains the poison out of the system so the symptoms cannot return. At the fame time B. B. B. build* up the broken (1 wn constitution end improve* the diges tion. So sufferers may test B. B. B. atriel t>< t t'e.will be given away tree to eufferers B. B. B, for sale by druggist* at $1 per large bottle, or 0 large bottles, full treat ment, $5. Complete di actions with each I'ottle. For Trial bottle address BLOOD BA LM CO., Atlanta, Oa. Describe trouble and Fra* medical advice given. It is reported that tbe milliners cf New York bare agreed not to use tbe plumage of e ng birds for di corating hats. Brare Men Fall Victims to stomach, liver and kidney troubles as wall as women, ar.d *ll feel tbe result In loss of appetite, poisons In the blood, backache, nervouenese, headache and tired, lletlees, run-down feeling. But there'e no need to feel like that. Listen to J. W. Gardner. Idaville, Ind. He says; "Electric Bitters are Just the thing for s man when be is run down and don’t care whether be lives or dies. Hdid more to give ms oiw strength end appetite than anything I could take I can now eat any thing and have anew lease on ’ife." Only 60 cents at all drag store*. Every bottle guaranteed. it is olaimrd by the insurat ct com panies tbat tire bugs rent obarred goods to be submitted as proof of Are lose. This is to certify that I have for fifteen years used Dr. J.,H McLean’s Volcanic Oil Liniment in my family. Have also used It when necessary for my horses and have never found any liniment that will t<jual It. W. THORPE, BR, Ennis,Tex. Z For sale by W J Bulla, the druggist. If you need a tonic take Kl-na Ki-na the Tasteless Quinine Tonic—26c a bjttle It is said tbe triumphal reoeption of General Otis at Rochester will cost tbe government |BO,OOO. o*ll at Bishop's drug store *nd get * free sample of Chamberlaln'e Stomach and Liver Tablete. They are an elegant phyetc. They aleo Improve the appetite, etrength en the digestion and regulate the liver and bowele. They are eaey to take and pleae ant in effect. An offio*ooat should laetforever, a* it is never worn out. A defrmive stomach keeps more peo ple awake than a guilty oonsoieooe. J. 0. Kennedy, Roanoke, Term., eeys. "1 cannot eay too much for DeWltt’e " itch Haeel Salve. One box of itcured what the doctors called an inscrutable ulo#ir on my Jaw." Caret piles and all akin diseases Look out for worthiest immltationa. W. J. Butts, the druggist. There are times when the onrksorew is mightier than the typewriter. Working Night and Day. Tbe busiest and mightiest little tiling that ever was made le Dr. Klng‘e New Life Kilts. Kvery pill is a sugar-coated glob ule o( health that changes weakness into strength, [llstlessness into energy, brain fag into mental power. They’re wonderful in building up the health. Only S6c per box. Sold by all druggisti. Perfumery j sold at hslf a dollar a bottle should be worth fifty oente. HIS LlfE WAS SAVED By Ohsmbsrlam’e Oolio. Cholera tad Diar rbsts Remedy. "J am sure.that Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy lat one time saved my life, says A. K. Lafallette. of Oregory Landing, Clark county, Mo, "I was In such bad shape that the doctors said i could not live, "hen I wae at the low est ebb one of my neighbors brought in a bottle of Chamberlain’* Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and I took it and got inetant relief. 1 soon got up and around. That was nine years ago and I am stilt In good health. Since then that medicine hag always been in my home and always will be. It 1* the best on earth." For ule by Bishop's drug etore. One woman seldom oall* on mother unless she bee a.srcret to tell. Millions Qiven Away. It Is certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering. The proprietors [of Dr. King’s New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds, have given away over ten mill ion trial bottle* of thie great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it baa ab solutely cured thouund* of hopeless cases. Asthma,bronchltis.hoarseness and all dis easel of the throat, chest and lungs are surely cured by it. Call on all druggist and get a free trial bottle. Regular sire 50c and ft. Kvery bottle guaranteed or price refunded. THEPRUNBWICK TIMES, SATURDAY MORNING,.JUNE 9, 1900, 44 G00d Beginnings Make Good Endings /' You ate making and good beginning <u> 'ten you commence to take Hood’s Sarsaparilla for any trouble of your blood, stomach, kidneys or liver. Persistently taken, thL great medicine ‘will bring you the good end ing of perfect health, strength and ‘vigor J(cCl£S SaUafmlilg Shake Tnto Your Shoes Allen’s Foot-Eise, a powder. It cures painful, smarting, swollen feet and in growing nails,and instantly takes the sting out of cprns and bunio s. It’s tie greatest dom fort discovery of the age. Alien's Foot- Ease makes tight or new shoes eel easy ft Is a certain cure for sweating callous and hot, tired, aching feet. Try It today. Sold by all druggists and shoe stores. By mail for 260 In stamps Trial package FREE, Addreas AMen S Olmsted, 1.-Roy It is expected that the B >er republ o will henceforth be known ss “The Transvaal Colony.” Cotton ought fo reach 10 or 11 oents befure tbs new crop ootnee in. For two years Ira W Kelly of Mansfle and, Pa., was In poor health on account of kid ney trouble He consulted several physi cians and spent considerable money for medicines without obtaining relief until he .tried Foley's Kidney Cure, and now writes, “I desire to add my testimony that it may be the cause of aiding others.” wK J. Butts, the druggist. 1 William F. Miller, the convict- and swindler of the Franklin syndicate, is now lodged in Sing Sing. Quick Relief for Asthma. Miss Maude Dickens, Parsons. Kansas, writes: “I suffered eight years with asth ma in its worst form. I had several at tacks during the last year and was not ex pected to live through them. I began u ing Foleys Honey and Tar and it has nev er failed to give immediate relief." W J Butts, the druggist. More Gulf storms and floods are predicted. What a splendid typi of tireless activity is the sun as Uia psalmist describes It issu ing “like a bridegroom from Ids ohamber and rejoicing like a strong man to run a race.” Kvery man ought to rif* in the morning refreshed by slumber and 'renew - ed by rest, eager for the struggle of tbe day. But how rarely tide is so. . Most peo ple rise unrefreshefl, aud dreading the strain ot .the day's labors. The cause of this is drtioient vitality and behind-this lies a deficient supply of pure, rich blood and an inadequate nourishment of the body. There ie nothing that will give a man strengtbl and energy as will Df. Pierce's Oolden Medical Discovery, ft doe* this by increasing the’ quantity and quality of the blood supply. Tble nojriab- ea the nerves, feeds the brain, builds up enfeebled organs and gives that sense of strength and power which makes the struggle of life A joy. The gnul feeling which follows the use of t Uoldgn Medical Discovery Is not due to stimulation as It contains no aloohol, whiskey or other in toxicant. It does not brace up the body, but builds it up into a condition of sound health. There will be between 1,000 and 2,- 000 oensus enumerators in Georgia. J Q Hood, justice of the peace, Crosby, Miss.makes the following statement: “1 can certify that One Minute Cough Cure will do all that is claimed for it. My wife could not get her breath and the tlret dose of it relieved her. It has also benetitted my whole family." Is acta immediately and ourea colds, coughs, oroup, grippe, bron chitis, asthma and all throat and; lung troubles. J . Butts, the druggist The Georgia Weekly Press will meet in Elberton in July. Red Hot from the Gun " as tbe oall that bit G. B. Steadman of Newark. Mich ,in the civil war. It caused horrible ulcers that no treatment belpea for 20 years. TLen Bucklen’e Arnica Salve cured him. Cure* cut, bruises, burns, boils, felons, corns, ekln eruptions. l>est pile cure on earth. 260 a box, Cure guaran teed. Sold by all druggist*. Fond at *lO an Ounce. “A few clays ago,” said a clubman, “I received a small Jar tilled with a pe culiar brownish paste, which was sent me an a present by a young Chinaman who used to have a laundry here, but is now living in Ban Francisco. A let ter which accompanied the gift ex plained that the paste was a combina tion of peanut buds and ginger Jelly. That sounds like a joke, but It Isn’t “If you will break open the keraej of a peanut, you will find at the base a lit tle cone shaped formation usually sur mounted by two microscopic leaves. It Is the life germ of the nut, and it planted would develop Into a tree. As my friend Wong explained to me, tbe nuts are first roasted and then these minute growths are carefully extract ed. They are so small It takes many thousands of them to fill a teacup, but when a sufficient number are collected they are put In a mortar and ground Into a fine flour, which Is subsequently mixed with tbe ginger Jelly and rubbed down to a smooth paste. “That sent me was about the consist ency of cream cheese, and it had a peculiar aromatic taste that was rather pleasant. It is oue of tbe queer seml confeetlous that the Chinese like to nibble at between courses, and as it costs *lO an ounce it Is literally worth almost Its weight In gold. 1 have eaten a little of the preparation, hut 1 don't think I’m apt to acquire a taste for it.” —Now Orleans Times-DemocraL Theeasient and moat effective method of purifying the blood and invigorating the ayatem la to take DeWitt’s Little Early Bit era, tbe famous little pills forcleanaing the liver and bowele, W. J. Batts, tbe drug gist. Viscount Woleeley, commander-in chief of the British army, was C 7 year* old on last .Saturday. liackacUe should never be neglected. It means kidney disorder which, if allowed to run too long, may remit in Bright's dis ease, diabetes or other serious and often fatal complaints. Foley'* Kidney Cure make* the kidneys well. T.ke nothing else. W J Butts, tbe druggist. No one who ia fit for heaven want* to go there elonr. For Gravel use STUART’S GIN and RUCIIU, ANNOUNCEMENTS, FOR COUNTY TRKAMUItftII. I veapectfnUjr announce hit eamlidacy for trelimn er of Uiynn county, ami nollcit the vote# mpufe vUtilynn in the primary 01 June ntu, ii-.rfl- Ll FOR CORONfcU, I respectfully announce my caiuliilftcy for re* election to tbe ofH/e of coroner of Glynn coun ty ami aolieft tbe vote# ami Influence of my friemU and t.h public generally. G A H, JKN NINGS* FUR.TA X OOIJ.KCTGR, f I respectfully Announce my eatulidaey fur the office* of T*tx Collector ami ttollcit the vote* of all at the coming primary .June 15* >, * • 11. .1, KK.U>. WOU TAX itUt i.im:k. I lOKpeclfully nimounee myaelf a* a capitulate for tbe office *| Tax % Receiver iinl aolicit the votea of tbe pooplmaf t.lyun. : fthtbjr ctjftp Dantocralfc primary. ,- c : r M AftON TANARUS, Hf?A ItI.KTT. , ifor ReprfMatative. I reap* Ctfully annouuce n y candidacy for the lluuw of Reprpeanitf|fTea subject to the primary to In* held on June Kith. \V. F. SYMONS. Wi)t CLKRK Sl/PKKIOU U OU UT I hereby annonuce my candidacy ftr Clerk Of the Superior Court f Glynn County , sub* Joel to primary election to be lieM on .June The support ami iotioeuce'of my friends and the public will be appreciated. U. H.AARVKY. FOB YA X.tEKT El VE R. I rcapectfully announce my candidacy for jtcceiTer of tax?return* aud solicit the vote* of all at the primary .Tune J5tU. J. K. DUBIIKUI Y. FOR CLKitK (IF SUPERIOR COURT. 1 respectfully auuonnce my candidacy for CRrk of Superior Court and solicit votes of the people of Glynn In the primary on .June 15th. H. F.duBIGNON. TO THR PUBLIC. I respectfully announce my candidacy for re election to the office of sheriff, and solicit the votes and influence of all my frlemls and the public generally. W. U. BKKRIE. FOR ORDINARY. I respectfully announce my candidacy for re election to the office of ordinary, and solicit the votes* of tny friends and the public generally. HORACE DART. FOR SHERIFF. I respectfully announce myself as a condidate for the office of sheriff, subject to the primary to be held on June 15th, and respectfully solicit the votes of my friends aud the public gener ally. 8. A. BURNEY, hair ß bals S am ’ Cmiiw a ; ; ti Promotr* a luxunert iirowth Never Fall* to K-*tore Or at ■DVA. ' Hair to lt Youthful Col* r. l UtnlrmY gyl bair tailing. PFEIFFER & COMPANY, Hay, Grain, and Provisions. Bey;near|Meni>fleld : St. ECZEMA SATANIC lßbxmi£&3 BUBBOMSS MB WB nmmb B This most aggravating and tormenting of all skin diseases is caused by an amd condition of M M the blood, and unless relieved through certain instrumentalities too much § of this acid poison reaches the skin and it beswmes red and inflamed. The itching and burning are ‘ almost unbearable, especially when overheated from any cause. The skin seems on fire, sleep or rest is the desperate sufferer, regardless of consequences, scratches until strength is exhauM3T" Twmj* This burning, itching humor appears sometimes in little pustules, discharging a sticky fluid, which jj® -e' ww forms crusts ami scales. Again the skin is dry, hard and fissured, itches intensely, bleeds and scabs over. * agrif A This is a painful and stubborn form of the disease. While Eczema, Tetter, Ervsipelas, Salt Rheum and manv like troubles are spoken of as diseases of WlMb the skin, they are really blood diseases, because || THERE CAN BE NO EXTERNAL IRRITATION WITHOUT AN INTERNAL CAUSE. If the Mood is in a pure, healthy condition, no poisonous elements can reach the skin. - **•> v W'd'T.r\'V' External applications of washes, lotions and salves sometimes mitigate the itching and soothe the inflammation, but cannot reach the disease. Only S. S. S., the real blood medicine, can do this. S. S. S., the only purely vegetable remedy knowt), U a safe and permanent cure for Eczema and all deep-seated blood and skin troubles. It goes direct to the seat of the disease, neutralize# the acids and cleanses the blood, re-inforces and invigorates all the organs, ami thus clears the system of all impurities through the natural channels; the skin relieved, all inflammation subsides, and a3t signs of the disease disappear. * M-- I.'i /;< MJ f< f T *’ • f Cardington Ohi- saw *he w*- . ivl w:• h .nt''fnl 'tis v, r*H H nd Ho/ema MBBMBMeM from biith. Met face at ?i:ne* became ao tmdlv awollen that *h wan not rtiofliiiKMr, am! her lltuba mM. &HL ami hands were very .re hhc wa treated hr al! the doctors in town without being henefltted and in ' )mt resv.tr- hew •. r rein • •-.! ! by a: old physician to take S .She u*|lowed his advice ant! was " tirmnytly umt! an-! hatitwer had ? return of the disease. This was seventeen year Sago She si merely W w a. believe* -he v*.■ • 11 •! haw- In-cii in her grave years ago Int for S. S S , and add* * r what it tut* done for me JS&m Jit# Sfco H1B" it will do for others ’* ' .**, , Send/or our book on Blood add Skin Diseases, ami writremr physicians fully about your ease; thev will cheerfully give any information or advice wanted. We make no charge for this. Address, Sl Sp.elii e C., Atlanta, A# Rob Roy Flour ■ -. •a ' ■ . ; --.- if ■ Liberty Bell Baking Powder GIVES SATISFACTION. That’s Enough. ■w~3g©r. -Bladder Troubles us© STUART’S GIN and BUCHU. NEW WHEELS FOR RENT And a few second hand Wheels for Side Cheap For CASH. Renting, Repairing,- and Sundries. B J Olewine 505;G loucester St. B lood wo (M Jones New Livery Stables New Buggies Fine Horses Prompt attention given all orders. Drayage aj spec ialty. Phone 24-3. E St. J. M. BURNETT, GRAIN, HAY, FEED AND PROVISIONS. OUR SPEUAL MIXTURE For Milch Cows increases quantity; improves quality of milk. 317, 319 and 321. Newcastle. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you cat. Itartificially digests tbe 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 permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick Headache,Gastralgia,Cramps,and all other results of imperfeetdigestion. Prepared by E. C. DeWltt A Cos., Chicago- W. J. Butts, tbe'Druggiet. _TAKE SOMETHING 1 .iiJlT'lMr’ Along with you that will not dlituM ZslT‘‘ ~-jC— , yotir he <l, elienete your friend* or &jfl / . \ . „*■'J V • plett yt.ur pocket book. Our lilt ora) !, 4 up? 1 rTV good* *li oh wll prove juit thd thing] ' y V \ for Hihln|, trim ping or picnio trlpoJ \ <iod for heellh end tmipi UliH '. -'j-tjirr \ Worth more thin the price would iW fffi’l?/ .'* dloite. R. V. DOUGLAS J 206 Bay strcM J. J. LISSNER. 1 -WHOLKSALK — W Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, bacon and Provisions. Jfl Grain, Hay ard BratT^Specialtv 2l(> Bay Street. - Brunsw^^a. CHINESE RESTAURANTS ESTABLISHED 1889. 1 CHUE HALL, Proprietor. \ \ou can got the best the market affords eating heny 2I3GRANTJST. For Backache use STUART’S GIN and BUCHU; Wall Paper —at the— PAINT STORE, 502 MonklSt. W.H. LYTLE PROPRIETOR. KIDNEY DISEASES most fatal of all dis eases. FOLEY’S 6uarM RMMtif or money refunded. Contains remedies recognized by emi nent physicians as the best for Kidney and Bladder troublesjj PRICE 50c. and SI.OO. W J. Botts. the D. uggilal CURE VOURSeIM HZtSSSSTS ulcrsttSl of m neons membrsMafl P>iptoM, n<l not sstridH . ** nt wr PWPOtt* lg eskshb^ ISrcslsj nl sb mass* A