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BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS. PUBLISHED DAILY BY THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. A. H. LEAVY Manager C. H. LEAVY Editor. LOUIB.J. LEAVY. 4r... . City Editor. Advertising rates made known on application. Church aud other char I table organ I vs* n notices published at half the lagater rates. Advertisers desiring their ad a. dis continued must notify the ollice In writing. „ !. SUBSCRIPTION rates. Terms to subscribers in tbe city and by mall free of' charge to all nsrts of the United Hi. Ttes and Can ada, Mexico. Porto Rico, 'Guam, Phil ippine Islands and Hawaiian Islands: 1 Per Month $ ,50 Blx Months , 2.50 One tear 6.00 Phone 188. " Entered at the Brunswick, Ga.. post office, as second-class mall mat ter. Hon. Emory Speer has designated ‘he Brunswick Daily News as tbe official orasn of the United Stater Court, In bankruptcy proceedings, for Glynn oounty. PUBLISHERS NOTICE. Tho News Publishing Company de ■ires it to be distinctly understood that all legal advertisements must he paid for in advance. We cannot afford to 'rvote our space to such advertise moots and wait oj the courts for the' money. i * ftpt Cold, oh? Ain’t it cold? This Is where the coal dealer smile" at Hie ice man. ■Didn’t that old overcoat come in handy? Summer certainly did not. want to die. The local political) situation is tnc absolving theme of the hour. The marriage era/.o gave Albany a shock last week. Cleveland spoke his little piece with out fear, favor or reward. Congress meets MondTi.v. The nigh I editor will, then have a plenty of stuff to fill up with. Old Georgia must have given Au burn an awful licking In Atlanta Thursday. The present political fight promises to be a clean one. Gentltffneil let’s relegaUL nutd-sllnglng. Toe Gorgta football team is in its glory over the defeat administered to the Auburn eleven in Atlanta Thanks giving day. Alabama is. also wrestling wltn tho convict least' problem. Governor Jelks is making a persorfal examination into the subject. # Tae News Pa very happy to see the local Interest In the matter of facto ries. Tnis is what Bminswtck needs and must have to succeed. Tito Gorgta legislature is talking of raising the license on bookmakers in the stute. A good idea. They ail make plenty of money. -, ■*■ > ■■ Martha Washington’s portrait will adorn the new eight cent postage stamp. She will ho the only woman ever honored by the government. The T*ampa Tribune now has its large perfecting press at work and has enlarged. The Tribune is one of the best dallies In Florida and is growing with every issue. Some of the negroes of Delaware have passed resolutions denouncing as "a base, wilful and .malicious slat) der" jho statement of ex-Semuor Hig gins that “the negro vote Is now hope lessly debauched in that state. u stead of making this show of virtue, says the Pailndelphia Record, "under Inspiration of the Addlcks patty t,n authors of these resolutions would have done much better by making a humiliating confession of what evert body knows, accompanied by a promise of some amendment." The Record adds that tHo prices of this venal vote In Delaware "hayj steadily risen with the demand.’' “LISTEN TO THE MOCKING BIRD.” Septimus Winner,, who died the other day, was a musical genius and had the rare, and happy faculty of writing songs and adapting them to music. None of his poems can be ac counted of a high order or of artistic quality in words, but his music, to which they were wedded, made them njcue popular 'and permanent than the productions of more gifted hards. His ‘ Listen to tne Mocking Bird" is said to have netted to tlie publishers sev eral millions of dollars, but he sold it lor $35. He came near causing a re volt In the Army of the Potomac, ut ter McClellan's dismissal hy a song en titled “Give Us Back Our Old Com mander." Yet very iew people knew the name of the composer, in this gen eration. The Baltimore News, refer ring to his most celebrated composi tion, says: “That nimble contagious melody has been sung in more parlors and played at more Sunday-school entertainments tiian any other piece of music ever written, it has been ground out of street organs and pianos by the bil lion. Its notes have usually selected the flute as the means for ueir escape into the atmosphere, hut in the halls of vaudeville they have been played upon musical glasses, sleigh bell*! cow beds, xylophones, tin cans, anvils, rail road spiked and all the other instru ments known the vaudeville alone. Mr. Winter is dead, but ms song goes marking on. lie also wrote "What Is Home Without a Mother?" and “Shall We Gather at the River?" Mr. Winner was one of the most vo luminous of musical composers ano seemed to be master of all instru ments. Wo (lought if any inusleiim of nls day was so widely endowed in als rat, although there were, greater, much greater composers. Yet senp* of his songs will probably outlast toe more 'ambitious strains of bis superiors in melody. Many have written songs, but could not furnish the music for them. Many have had the musical tal ent but not the gift versification. Winner v.ss t,',in poet and musician. It Is Ktutttd that tht*. Georgia federa tion of wunion'B clubs has made ail ap peal through its president, Mrs, A. H. Granger, to the Massachusetts club women for co-operation in the fight against child-labor in this section, in hor letter Mrs. Granger says: "If you state federation will induce the Mas sachuseita capitalists who own, or largely control, mills in the soutn, to do two rtiings, you can go far towards curing the evil. Persuade mill owners to prohibit child labor in their own mills, and neither to do, noi allow to he done by their employees, auy lob bying against our bill." It would be highly interesting to know what re sponse there nas been or will bo to this appeal. Farty Years' Torture. l’o be relieved from a torturing dis ease alter 40 years' torture might well cause the gratitude of anyone. That is what DoWitt's Witch i laze I halve did for C. Haney, Geneva, O. He says: “DeWitt’s witch uazei Salve cmed me of idles alter I had suffered 10 years.” Cures cuts, burns, wounds, shiu diseases. Beware ol counteriens. Jocrger s Pharmacy, • W. J. Butts, " •T"" Notice of Removal. Until my new quarters are ready tor occupancy 1 will share the office with Mr. C. VV. Doming, next door to Dr. Hurrought-on Newcastle street. C. BL JEWETT. .At Miss Slater's Wednesday you will see a beautiful white ileaver trimmed in black wings, buckles, rib lion and black roses. A beauty. TAX NOTION. THE LAST HALF OF CITY TAXES FOR 19U2 -ARE NOW DUE AND PAYABLE, AND UNDER THE TAX ORDINANCE MUST BE PAID ON OR BEFORE NOVEMBER 30TH, .1902, AND UNLESS PAID BY THEN ARE SUBJECT TO EXECUTION. GEO. H. SMITH, City Treasurer. Typewriter Headquarters. Do you wish to buy, Bell or rent a machine of any description T S’oii "id and it to your interest to call on 1 me. Can sell you a typewwrtter at such a price and on suca terms that you will not miss the money. C. a JEWETT. Cold Weather Is Upon Us. and every body should have th'eir winter clothes cleaned and repaired by Jim Carter. Ring ’phone 243 2. W. M. TUPPER A CO., Forwarding and Shipping Agents. Lighterage, Towing and Marine In surance. Correspondence Solicited. BRUNSWICK, QA. i Prevent Baldness By Shampoos with SSaF And light dressings with CUTICURA, purest of emollient skin cores. This treatment at once stop-, falling hair, removes crusts, scales, and dandruff, soothes irritated, itching surfaces, stim ulates the hair follicles, supplies the roots with nourishment, and makes the hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy scalp when all else fails. Millions Use COTICURA BoAF, by CUTICfTRA Ointmknt, for preserving, purifying, anti beautifying the *kin, for c*Umwi*lhk the flralp of crufitH, settles, ami dandruff mid the etopplng-of falling hair, for Folt;nii£, whiten ing, and soothing red, rough, studeote hands, for baby nihes, 1 tellings, and * iiaflngs, and 'for all the juirpowis of tho toilet, bath, and mintery. Millions of women use Ci'th'UKA 80af In the form of baths for annoying irrlta tlonn, inflammations, and chafing*, or too free or offensive perspiration, In the fo-m of washes for ulcerative weaknesses, and for many sanative, antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselvCH to women* Complete Humour Cure, sl. CuTioiijtA Boap (2&o.),toclettoße th *kiii cnirtis and scales, ami soften tin; thic.tened cntiele, COTlouka Ointment (W.) t to in stantly allay iteldng and Ifitlsromatlofi, and soothe and heal, ami fnTiei-KA Idxn.v ,vr I*l t/LH <25;.), to eool and cleanse the . CuTrctritA RbsolvkstPti.i.s(Chocolate Coated) area u*w, tastok-HH, odorhfse, economical sub stilute for the celebrated liquid Ctrl no it a Ue •ui.vknt i;a well ha for nil other bio *d purifiers and humour mires. In screw cup vlul*. contain ing 60 doses, jirloe, 268. \ thmmrhmit lh World. RrUkh Drpot: C’hsrUrhouae Ho., Ixindon. French > Hvr do is F*lx, Park Pom k Dauo and Ciiicm. Coar., ; 4 8H I'm*., Boston, U. B. A. LEGAL NOTICE. Georgia, Glynn County. Notice is hereby given that the un (lerslgued. an guardian of the perm n and property ot Ralph .T. Waif on November 10, 1902, at toe court house of said county, apply to Hon. F. Wil lis Dart, judge 8 interior Court, Brqnswlcjt circuit, for an order to soil the oue-fßth undivided interest of said Kalpn T. Waff la an I to that certain track of laud in tiiu city of Bruns wick, Glynn county, Corgia. describ ed as the southern one-half of old town lot number ibree hundred and titty nine, with two .tor> uun.e bouse thereon, value of said entire property being about oighten hundred dollars, said order to provide for re-mves: ment of procee is of such sale. Application for sale made because tho owners of tne other interest in said property desire to sell same, ami w ill apply tor partition unless sui L application is granted, and for the Ba ther leason that a sale of sued interest will lie best for said wards estate. 'I hls. November ti, 1902 CARRIE M. WAFFr Guardian of Person and Property oi uaipu f. Waff. Vuulent Cancer Cured. Startling pruul ol a wonderful au vanee in luouieiue is given by druggist G. W. Roberts, ol hffuabeth. H. Va. An old man there had lung suffered with what good doctors pronounces incurable cancer. They believes his case hopeless till ha used Electric Bitters anil applied iiucklen s Arnica dalve, which treatment completely cured him. When Electric Bitters are used to expel bilious, kidney aud mi crobe poisons at the same time this salve exerts Us matchless healing power, blood diseases, skin eruptions, ulcers and sores vanish. Ritters 60c., Game is in season. Wlson has just received a flue lot ot' quail. Caution! This is . a gem.e word —but when you Calm. now liable you are no, to purchase for vac the only remedy u... versany known, and a remedy that ha nad the largest sam ot at.;.’ mcuictiu .u the world since ISt.S lor the cure and treatment ot Consumption am I’nroat and Lun 0 ' Troubles all tnese years without losing its popularity au these years, you will be Utanktut we called your attention to Boschees Ger man Syrup. There are many ordinary o ugh remedies made by druggist* and others that are leap and goon icr light colds perhaps, but fur set, Y Colds, iiisncmtis. Croup—jnd espec. ally lor consumption, w nere theie V dutticutt expectoration and coughing during ine nights aud mornings, there is nothing like German Syrup. Sold by all cfuggistti.ia the civiiizeu wtr... G. 0. GREEN, Woodbury, N. J. Sound Kidneys—Perfect Health. The use of Smith's sure Kidney cure will produce both. Try a bottie aud be convinced. Your druggist sells <• for s<k mm • buy. sell or rent a >Mi lvalue h ftasarlytlonl \pu — ,v, .v -t iuv-.tsat tu Call pit me. Can sell you a typewwriter at such a price and on such terms that you will not miss the money. C. H. JEWETT. Ladies if you want to see every hing and Updo-date In fancy work, nrst go to Miss Kate Slater s Millin <ry parlora. You will find some real catcny little inis at Jdiss Slater's Wednesday. * THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEVA Eugene | Field’s Views on Ambition and Dys pepsia. “Dyspepsia,” wrot* Fugens Field, “often incapacitates a man for endeavor and sometimes extinguishes the fire of srnbition.” Though greet despite hi* complaint Field suffered from indiges tion all hi* life. A weak, tired stomach can’t digest your food. It need* rest. You can <lly rest it by the use of a preparation like Kodol, which re lieves it of work by digesting your food. Rest soon restores it to ite normal tone. Strengthening, Satisfying, invigorating. Prepared only by E. C. DeWitt & Cos., TUm sl. boltiu ecu talus 2Vi times thefcdc. ala* W. J. BUTTS, Tht Druggist. ONE CEN T AWfvRD If you want a position, a house, a servant, or want to find anything that has been lost, or want some thing that someone else has, ad verttse in this column. FOR KENT. —Desk room on ground floor. Good location. Address i'., care News. -WAiS trsu.- -noise tor its teeu. Light work ami best of care. Address S. J. TANARUS., cure News. FOUND —Stray cow, drab colored, while face, marked crop in ono ear underbit in tho other. Kfiquire at News office. —. a—.—- FOR dALE —Kuuher stamps, seals,’ Btiuee.s, etc. Agent Underwood Type writer. Will U. Fain, 313 Newputle street LOST—A female pointer pup, about two months rt,d. white with pale yellow spots please return to W. M. Baker, 4 Halifax Square. WANTED —Young lady who under stands stenography and typewriting to do ligm bookkeeping and office work. Address Box lti4, City. FOR KENT- ,vi> nouse on Union street. Possession given December Ist. Newly Fainted and in most class condition. .J. D. Sparks. WANTED—Position aa clerk in either dry goods or grocery store, K. A. Wainright, Atkinson, Gw FOR RENT— Six room house cor ner George an.. Albany alVeet, Price sls per month. Apply to R. R. Hop kius. WANTED Young- man' In dining room. Apply before If a. m, English Kit< lien. LOST—Black Silk t ape, trimmed with white lace. Lost from my buggy Please return to Mrs. Wm. Baker, No. 4 Halifax Square, and receive reward. FOR SALE—Boiler aud fittings, nearly new. Will develop 30-horse power. Price $256 net. White, gen eml delivery, Brunswick, Ga. PERSONAL Morphine, opium, laudanum, cocaine habit. Mysclt cured. Will inform yftu of Harmless, permanent home cure. Mrs. ,M. A. Baldwin. Ho\ 1212. Chicago. FOR RKi\ —Two iarge and ele gantly furnished bed rooms, centrally located. Batu, electric lights, pupne. in fact, all modem conveniences. Ap ply in 315 Union street, FOR SALE? —Electric dynamo with switaboard and extra armature, will supply’ 400 lights. Good working or der guaranteed. Price $475 net. A Hite, general delivery. Brunswick, Ga. v 1 LOST—-Young pointer dog 1% years old,* white body with liver colored head. Answers to tne name of Max Any information will be thankfully re ceived and properly rewarded by C. L. Candler. FOR SALE.—Hiilery tslanu, contain ing 32 4-2 cares of high land, suitable tor truck farming or tor poultry. Also a six acre reservation on Blythe creek known as Crescent Biuff. For parti culars call ou F. Jos. Dauflinger. FOR SALE.—Battery. Best estab lished piace in the city. Trade from S2O to $25 daily. Rent reasonable. Good chance tor any one. Good rea son for selling. Audress or cail at City Bakery, Bruuswica, Ga. WANTED—-Furnished rooms fer light housekeeping. We have inquiry for from three to five rooms tu uice neighborhood. Parties want to spend winter here. Biobston, Fendig & Cos. iquaune shampoo, tus latest for ladies' hair. For sale only at Clark's tonsorial paricCS. Try Rob Roy Flour. It is the best Best in printing—News Job Office. Try Rob Roy Flour. ..It is the best on tae market. Overcoats Relined eheap. at Jim Carter s. Just Opened. C. S. Lamb, GUN and LOCKSMITH, corner Monk and Grant streets. Sjpecial attention to the repairing of TRUNKS. KNIFE-GRINDING and RE PAIRING. Give me a Trial. ROB ROY FLOUR IB THE BEIT, Patience With Eccentricity. Many of the leading people in Eng lish society regarded Thomas Carlyle with a feeling almost akin to reverent" deli at when he chose to behave like au "movant boor in tlmir drawing rooms, even taking bis scat, tt is said, unhidden in the presence of the queen This generation, however, has little pa tience with such eccentricities. It was an English bishop who. when the historian Freeman bad worn out his patience w4th his rudeness, intro duced him to a waiting audience as “the distinguished scholar Fiat so ad mirably describes and illustrates the savagery of oqr ancestors.” Treat Inn IJrn. % Cold water wlrtf ice in it is the thing to use when an accidental burn from acids or alkalis is encountered. Nitric Bdd gets spilt at times, or even vitriol may. A llrnb burned with acids must be plunged in cold water and kept there, so tiiat the water may* dilute the traces or'the acid in the skin as much as possible. When acid burning causes injury, the water should be ren dered alkaline by adding soda to eoun teract the acid. Rotani<*ul Note, A fern in a jardiniere and two little sprouts in tin cans If put in a window are sufficient to give the woman who owns them the right to use the word “fernery.”—Atchison Globe. Some men are like telescopes—von draw them out. see through them and then shut them up. Wilson’s Up to Date Restaurant PUT AND DECIDE TO EAT at Wilson’s Oysters in any style. Game always on hand All kinds of fish. OUR DINNER Exee.s anything offered anywhere. •... JAS. W. WILSON, Prop. Phone 321. OPEN UNTIL MIDNIGHT. . WOOD Oak and Pine B. H. DANIELS, Phone 134-3 DON’T MONKEY WiTH THE BUZZ SAW. by buying lumber of unreliable deal iers. When you want anything in lum ber come to us. We w’ill 811 your or der accurately and promptly. We will .give you just the lumber you want at Just the right price. You can always , save money by placing your order with us. Phone 197. Lang & Wood. PLANING MILL. ’Phone I*7. > - ~ T' - KENNER MILLINERY CO. 310 Newcastle Street. LADIES —See our select line of ready to wear and Dress Hats. They are beauties and our price is right. Our children's Hats are up-to-date. Accordeon Plaiting done. Orders taken for Stevens’ Garments. Page Woven Work Fence is the strongest fence 1b the world. J Fiu,,—Kilo rd, | | You 3 re Right! * I Uneeda I I Biscuit k tub — BAY IRON WORKS Manufacturers and Repairers of Machinery, Engines, Saw Mills Marine work a specialty. Packings, Fittings and Snppslie Estimates furnished free of Charge. g ' 629 Bay St. W. R. DART, CLAUb DART, W resident and Manager. Secretary and Treasurer. w BOWEN & i HOMAS| tontractoi s ana Builders ol jftoifl Brisk and Frame Buildings., manufacturers ok CEMENT, TILE AND ARTI FCIAL S r ONE. Merchants will save 30 per cent by having Iffeir job work done at the News Job Office. hor Whooping Cough use GliL NJili'cr EXPEC TORANT. Competent Workmen arc the oulj kind employed at .tint Carter's Clothe* Cleaning Dyeing establishment. it you want the best kind of work doue cheap go to Cartof, or ring phone 253-2. Billtousncss and liver disorders at this season may he prevented by cleansing the system wuu DoWitts t.ittie Eany Kisers, luese larnous ltiUe pills do not gripe. They moie the Dowels gen tly, but copiously, aud by reason of the tonic >rop.-riles, give tone and .-U-eng.a to t. glands. Joerger s x'.k rinaey,' W. J. Butts, cSmun s i-nai.macy. Healthy Kidneys Means Long Life. u you want to restore your smueys to their former state take farnith Bure Kidney Cure—sb cents at. druggists. America’s famous Beauties Look with horror on skin Eruptions, biotcues, Sores, Punpics. Tney uou’l have them, nor will any one.. wuO uses Buclileu s’Arn.i a carve, it glori fies the face. Yicxema Kheuin vanish bvtore it. It sore lips, chapped hands, chilblains. Infallible tor piles. 2u cents at ah druggists, j l£ you want your io; cle reo.ii re. j | rigi * bring it to :in experience.; worn • man. B. J Olcwiae. aOn OloucesTar Something new—ejuintne shampoo for ladies ll at Ciark'a ii.i bci stop.. COAL. AND WOOD, - CONEY tv AhKER. — r ALL KINDS OF CALIFORNIA wines 25 Cents a hutti.e, at H.'SLUG'S, 225 GRANI STREET. TELEPHONE 272-2. Kodcl Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. ROB ROY FLOUR IS THE BEST, j NOVEMBER 29 Don’t Miss the OpjXirttiniß OF M ' Mcuintj your Eyes LvarninS And the Proper G:: r them when you again visit Savannah. . Our examination (which is free)) de termines exactly what you require. We handle nothing .but. the .B- st Lenses and Frames made. We guar antee satisfaction to all. Dr. \\. SCHWAB &SON. 47 Bull Hirri;. v Bear m Mind That we Sell, i .. 5$ 31 rVPM**V ' EMHIY AivO LOADED oHfcl-L,. * Fire arms, cutlery and sport, ig goods. Fishing tackle. GUN AND BICYCLE REPAIRING. P .O. SLBh 206i/ a Monk. Tax Notice. For the purpose of collecting ti e state and county tax foy 1902, i (I be at the precincts named below t dates mentioned, to-vvit: Sterling, tept. 29; Oct. 28 and N v. * 24. Jamaica, Sept. 30; Oct. 29 and Nov. 25; Pyles, Oct. 2; Oct. 30; f- v. 26; St. Simons, Oct 6; Nev. 10 and Dec 8. On dates not mentioned above, I can be found at court house in Bruns wick until, December , 20. when the books will be closed as per special in structions from comptroller general. Be governed accordingly. H. J. READ, T. C. GLYNN CO.