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BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS. PUBLISHED DAILY BY THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. A. H. LEAVY Manager C. H. LEAVY Editor. LOUIS J. LEAVY, Jr City Editor. Advertising rates made known on application. Church arid other char- Hattie organisation notices published at half tho regular rates. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. Terms to subscribers in tho city ami by mail tree ol charge to all parts of the United States and Cannda, Ale Leo, l'orto Kico, Guam, Philippine islands and Hawaiian islands. J’er Month $ BU Six Mouths 2 BU One Year a bU Entered at the Brunswick, Ua., post olhce, as second-class inaii mailer. Hon. Emory Speer has designated Tit* Brunswick Daily News as the cfhctal organ of the United States Court, in bankruptcy proceedings, for Giynn county. TELEPHONE 188. PUBLISHERS NOTICE. The Nows Publishing Company de sires it to bo distinctly understood that all legal advertisements must bo paid for in advance. We cannot af ford to devote our space to such ad vertisements and wait on the courts for the money. Every (own knocker should get knocked. Brunswick is right now before the public but wail it hits not started yet. - IJ. • The Chicago News think* that thoso who roll Peter to pay l’aul seldom pay him. Allauiy wars full of ' Korml j and An exchange toIIH ua Iliat (loose volt is a pollution. We had an idea of llda hind ull the time. Send ft copy of till* Friday Ncwh to your friends out of town. I.ct them sec what we are doing. We fdnearly hope council will soon elect men to till the vacancies on the police force so that tin* unilortn reg Illations can III* enforced. Columbus* says site is ready to of fer some “substantial” inducements for tlm Itrunswick ami lllrinlnghani railroad. We see where Iliat city is right. Tlie News lias always contended that Brunswick would yet become a great shipbuilding center uiid it looks liko wo knew what wo were talking about. Wo are reliably Informed that'(hero was ft beer famine In Albany I ues day night. But we resent the insinii at ion Hint some of the Georgia, “colonels” gol lo Albany a day ahead of time. The New York World should stand By the original indorsement of Mr. Cleveland's speech on the negro question. When il tries to discuss that question all alone, it betrays ills fact iliat it is just as far out of the “race problem" belt.,as any of them. Spain had abandoned the reeoneen traiion poiey. and pas returning ' be Cuban peasantry to tlitlr farms, w itti small grants of money when the Amer ican people became so shucked at the barbarity of the nvomontration that they made war on Spain. The Aim n jean officers established a reconcent ra tion system in the Philippines, and Gen. Miles' report, dated Fcburary 19, says that large quantities of rice were bought by agents of the govern ment and sold at a large profit to Ihb reeoueentratos. who had to buy j at any price demanded or starve The explanation of this given by the judge advocate general is that, the profits from this rice transaction were turned into the Insular treasury and used in relieving distress resulting from chol era and famine. DEEP WATER WON IT. Brunswick secured her wire and steel works, capitalized at *10,000,000, through her deep water harbor. Af ter investigating various points Bruns wick water was decided to be the deepest and most permanent on the south Atlantic seaboard and the best suited for heavy draught vessels. While we do not envy our little Geor gia ciiy in the least on her good luck, her selection emphasizes ,Irhe fact that all southern seaboard towns are in the line of development, as northern capital is lending south ward, as the climate, labor and supply resources are now much better’ than in many northern cities. Ten millions of dollars is a large emu to Invest in one enterprise, and it will prove an incentive to other enterprises, as one generally follows another. One of Ibe drawbacks to Jackson ville i the lack of deep water in the Si. Johns river—twenty-five miles from the Atlantic ocean —but this wa lls- is being gradually deepened for commercial purposes, and if money and energy cart secure it it will ul timately be had. Steam dredges are at work, the jetties at the mouth of the St. Johns river are to be in creased, all with a hope of making navigation heller. Once twenty-fivo feet of water Is declared permanent in (lie St. Johns river between Jack sonville anil the sea, there need he no apprehension as to future devel opment in this city. Jacksonville is always pressing forward and the citi zens will nevr allow retrogression. Tho other conditions here, aided by deep water, would within a decade give to us such standing in the manu facturing and commercial world as to place us among the leading cit ies of the nation. Deep water and cap ita! combined make a mighty lever to success. Jacksonville Metropolis. NEED A NEW BUILDING. Brunswick needs a library building anil it behooves her progressive peo ple! to get together for this laudablo object. The eyes of tho whole country are turned towards our beautiful city, with her great natural advantages that. are at heat being recognized and are Jmi ling tlisj-iU-t—tym of Ike investor and hoftie seeker, t — ( leitk’ is assured atld the next few years will see great, changes. How miserably inadequate, Imw un suitable. whin a source of mortification to our municipal pride will then he tig. present quarters of our public library? We sincerly hope that the people will et together and there is no doubt Inti that il would result 111 a handsome new building. We hope those al the head of lliis institution will gel Hie assistance of the people generally and wo can rest a tired Iliat will have anew build ing al an early date. It is announced tlint, the “lowa Idea" will he incorporated in the next slate plot form of lowa republicans after ilie following fashion: "Tariff schedules should be adjusted front time to lime lo meet changed con ditions and especially whore it is found ilie tariff is affording shelter to imnioindy.'' The republican who re fuses to subscribe to that common sen c duel rine might, as well throw ih,. mask oil at once, and admit that lie believes in a tariff designed to roll the people for tlie benefit of special interests. la a triple headed editorial last Wednesday ihe Brooklyn, N. Y., Nagle, an independent democratic newspaper, launched a boom for Grover Cleve land for president. The Eagle de*-' elates emphatically and unequivo cally that Mr. Cleveland is (he ouly democrat who can assuredly beat President Roosevelt. The editor of lie Each , St. Clair McKclway, said after tlie publication of the editorial that he had taken litis stand for Mr. Cleveland without knowledge of any definite movement in his favor, but he had believed c at the demand for the ex president would develop until it Keanu irresistible. Ha. a lady got a husband when bit- face covered with pimple* She used a bottle of Hancock's Liquid Sul phur which removed the pimples and made her jjltiu white and soft. For sale by Sunni's Pharmacy. When lu distress financially eijii on joel Bia s.. Reliable Pawn 3rokers. We will assist you. FOR FERTILIZERS SEE TH§ DOWNING COMPANY. LABOR AND CAPITAL, 4 - < • (By Wyllys Rede, D. D.) We are confronted today by one problems with which the world has ever had to deal. The two great forc of the most perplexing and anxious es, labor and capital, 'nave been forced into an attitude of antagonism. The relationships between them are grow ing every day more intensely strained. There is danger of a fierce and dead ly conflict most disastrous in its ef fects. How is such a struggle to be staved off? How are these apparently hostile interests to be reconciled? How are the industrial problems of thw day to be equitably and perma nently solved? No honest man can blind himself to the difficulty which these questions present. Will it be by political means? Home Ray that, if labor feels itself aggrieved and wronged, it should organize for its own defense, that a great people's party should be formed. They point out that, capital has already made use of politics and (sometimes by fair means and again by foul) has wen. many advantages for itself. Why should not labor do the same? The answer comes clear and strong—be cause the results would inevitably be disastrous to itself. Political agita tion will widen the breach of good feeling between labor and capital. It will embitter feeling on both sides. Put the labor cause into the hands, of a political party and you make'lt the prey : f every low poll Leal art. You sacrifice it to the greed of unscru- pulous demagogues. You give over the half-educated masses of, laboring men to lie tools in the hands of those who have no true sympathy with their cause and seek only selfish ends. Then the noble [imposes of the labor move ment would turn to selfishness, its high principles would sink into petty meanness, its love of justice and right into greed of gain and power. We may as well make up our minds at once that it needs something more than party politics to solvi the great problem of the relations of labor ami capital. Will it. be by legislation? No we may secure the passage of good laws, hut we cannot legislate the existing state of affairs out of existence. *Bo long as human nature remains what It is, laws will have hut slight effect. You cannot legislate greed and 'itisli ness and cruelty out of men's hearts. You cannot make men temperate, and thrifty, and industrious by law. So long as capitalists and laboring men are whal they are, you will not ac complish much by legislative means. There is hut one agency which can accomplish ibis cure. The gospel of Christ is what the industrial world ineeds aliovo all tilings. The compli cations of this disease are too seri '—-- j . ** v---c. - 1 that. We shudder ns we nuns whai the Industrial world, would be today, if it had not had nineteen centuries of Christianity. We tremble at the thought of what would come to pass, if llilie gospel of were ,lixsf today. Jesus Clirfsl is the people’s friend. Banish him from tho indus trial world, and you leave it barren, and empty, and without hope. Leave the toilers of the world no Saviour, and you abandon lliom to black ,1< .spHir. Let those who hold the wealth and power of the world Ihiuk that they have not a righteous judge, and God pity Hie people who are under them. Fall hack upon heathen standards of morality, and the evils of today will sink into insignificance in comparison with the horrors into which you will plunge the world. But give the world a Saviour and tlm laboring man a friend, and you change the whole face of likings. Thou you can cry to these hostile forces, "Sirs, ye are brethren; why do ye wrong ouo to another? Ye have a common Maslel and a common Judge. Ye have mu tual interests, it one of you suffer, the other suffers yitli him, " These are the principles, and they arc the only principles, upon which the label questions of the day can lie solved and set at resL m, W. M. TUPPEK A CO., Forwarding and Shipping Agents. Lighterage, Towing and Marine In surance. Correspondence Solicited. BRUNSWICK, GA. Notice. I will be at the following places n the following days to receive state and county tax returns for the year 303. Pyles Crossing, April 4th and £3d. May 10t:h. St. Simon’s Mills. April 10th and sth. May 22nd. Sterliug, April 11th, May 2nd and 23d. Jamaica, April 15th and 24th. May 15th. Brunswick, April 16th. 17th. lstlL May 7th, Slh, 9th and 2Sth, 30th. JOHN E. DFBBEKLY. Receiver Tax Returns for Giynn Coun ty. Wakeful Children. For a long time the two year old child of Mr. 1\ L. McFherson.s9 N. Tenth street, Harrisburg, l’a., would sleep but two or three hours in the early part of the night, which made it very hard lor the parents. Her mother concluded that the child had stomach trouble, and gave her half ot one of Chamberlain's Stomach and ljver Tablets, which quieted her stom ach and she slept the whole night through. Two boxes of these tableis have effected a permameut cure ami she is now well and strong. For sa:e by all Druggists. DON’T FORGET TO USE ROB ROY FLOUR IT IS THE BEST. THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS. WANT COLUMN. It you want a position, a house, a servant, or want to find anything tnat naa oeen lost, or want some thing that someone else has, ad vertise in this column. WANTED —Second-hand high desk. Southern Produce Cos. WANTED—Iron safe, medium size. Apply to Dexter Hunter. FOR KENT —Stores, offices and dwellings. Apply to Brobston. Fendig & Cos. FOR RENT. —Desk room on ground floor. Good) location. Address P'., Care News. ' FOR RENT—An eight room house Apply to Mrs. Colesberry, 121 north FOR RENT.—7-room two story 'house, 1004 Union St, $12.G0 includ ing water iter month. 3-t FOR KENT. —Ono six-room house, corner Stonewall and Gloucester Sts. Apply to L. A. Miller. 3-t 1 WANTED. —First class saw-mill ma chinist. Apply W. O. McGowin, Gen j oral Superintendent, OfTorman, Ga. WANTED. —Saw-mill and planing mill hands; good wages to good men. Address W. O. McGowin, General Su perintendent, Olterman, Ga. FOR RENT —Part of my house on Union stredt. Possession at once. Terms reasonable. C. H. Jewett. FOR SALE—Rubber stamps, seals, Btincexß, etc. Agent Underwood Type writer. Will B. FaJn, 312 Newcastle street FOR SALE—A farm, eon taining 2G acres, improved; a short distance from the city. Enquire at The News office. FOR RENT—6-room cottage; all modern conveniences, 705 Gloucester St. Possession given at once. Ap ply, 701 Gloucester St. • PRIVATE TlP—Sent, sealed, article of merit every married couple needs. Sure and harmless. 35c. stamps. G. L. Dimock Specialty Cos., Decatur, 111. STORAGE—TIie Southern Produce Cos. offers space for storage or mer chandise or household goods at reason aide rates. ’Phone 19- 215 Grant St. PERSONAL Morphine, opium, laudanum, cocaine habit Myself cured. Will inform you of harmless, permanent home cure. Mrs. M. A. Baldwin. Box 1212, Chicago. FOR RENT—for the season: four room cottage on St. Simon, partly furnished with wide hall, all lathen and plastered; kitchen, store room, and servant's room attached. Choicest location on the beach. Apply to Win. Nightingale. LOST. —Gold stick pin with a clus ter of pearls made in the shape of a bunch of grapes. Was lost either at tho newspaper carnival Thursday night or some where in that vicinity. Reward ..will be paid for return of as no <> yi.i " .the, druggist. A Sure Thing. It is said lliat nothing is sure ex cept death and taxes, but that is not altogether true.’ Dr. King’s New Dis covery for consumption is a sure euro or all lung and throat troubles. Thou sands can testify to that. Mrs. C. B. Van Metre of Shepherd town, W. Va. ays: “I had r severe case of bronchi tis and for a year tried everything i heard of, but. got. no relief. One bottle f Dr. King's New Discovery then cured lie absolutely. It’s infalible for Croup, Whooping Cough, Grip, Pneumonia and Consumption. Try it. it's guar ani ceil by ail druggists. Trial bot tles free. Regular sizes 50c. and *I.OO. Real Estate for Sale. One house and lot at the corner of First avenue and Reynolds street. One lot fit) by ISO on First avenue, One Old town corner lot 45 by 90 between Albany and Amherst. A bar gain. coiner Albany and Dartmouth. One New Town lot 75 by 200 be tween Stonewall and Lee streets. One house and two lots in New Town, on is street. One house and two lots on C. streets. One S rootn house and two lots 60 liy 157 on D street. One old town lot 90 l>y 90, 12-room house Modern improvements. Apply to It If. Danniels, Cor. George si. and Cochran avenue. Phone 326. f\ Desirable P-operty for Rent. Seven room house, with hath, conve nient locatien. Possiss.oa givuu im mediately. $,5,00 per month. Two-story residence, 1 1-2 blocks from Ogletlidipe hotel, $20,00 por month Onertory residence near business center, SIO,OO per month. Good business locatious for rent Farms for rent J. A. MONTGOMERY & CO, Phone 134-3. THE DOWNING COMPANY FOR FERTILIZERS- Old Monopole Rye at SI.OO per full quart, Yellow Label aye at $1.25 per quart. Philadelphia Club Rye at SI.OO per Toil quart. All above are sold elsewhere for $1.50. Sig Lovison, 310 Bay street. ISyspepsia Cure Digests what yu SPECIAL NOTICE. The public is hereby notified that authorized collectors of Tlie News have the written authority of the management and those who pay others , will do so at their own risk. To the Consumer. I will give the retailers' profit. 1 have just received 10,000 Maitre La llori cigars a real good oo cigar which 1 will sell direct to the consumer at $1.25 per box of 50. I am sole agent for this brand. This blgar is worth $2.00 per box, one box will make you get more at Sig Lemon, 310 Bay Horn*? Hat e* Ic King: Solomon's Time King Solomon was a sportsman, but not a Nimrod. He was the ‘i'rst king in Israel who introduced in his country “horse races.” Dr. Jeillnek some year, ago published an apeieut bcoklet of the ; Talmudical era. wherein a full account | of “Solomon’s races” is given. The Bi ble says that King Solomon was the owner of 10,000 stables. As the coun try "’as divided into twelve military provinces corresponding to the settle ment of the twelve tribes, each gov erned by a nazib (governor), who had to provide for the king's wants and needs a month in the year, so it may be probable that the races were also arranged; that each month a race took place in the province under the patron age of that governor whose monthly service was on the list, while the Der by once a year was run under the con trol of King Solomon himself. • ! Relief for the Suffering. Hancock’s Liquid Sulphur will give you fmediate relief and permanently cure ail such diseases as eczema, pim ples, tetter, herpes, rinkworm, suit rheum, dandruff, diphtheria, sore throat , cuts, burns, open sores ana all blood and skin troubles. Hundreds <•£ cases of skin diseases Lave been per manently cured by the use of Han cock's Liquid Sulphur after all other remedies have failed. For sale by Smith's Pharmacy. Here is a Stunner. A large assortment of genuine French and English briar pipes with genuine amber bits, without case $2,00 to $3,00 values. They must go at SI,OO each. Cail and pick your choice. Sig Levison. A Good .Word For Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy. “In December, 1900, I had a severe cold and was so hoarse that 1 could not speak above a whisper,” says Alien Davis, of Freestone, N. Y. “1 tried several remedies but got n _ relief until I used Chamberlains Cough remedy, one bottle of which cured mo. i wili always speak a good word for that medicine." Reliable dyeing can only ha done by experienced dyers. Jim Carter can give you satisfaction. Phone 25H-2, 504 Monk streeL WOOD Oak and Fine B H. DANIELS, 'Phone 328 DEVARiS & LIVADAS, Country Grocery Store, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 204 Monk St. ’ Phone 141-3. UNION CLEANING mini PRESSING CLUB. .„fljnq 'phone 253-4 and let EDWARD clean and press your clothes Ho does good work and will give vou Satisfaction. 508 Monk St, C. L. PARKER, —Dealer in— STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. Everything that’s good to eat at lowest market prices Cor T. and J Sts. 'Phone 94. BRUNSWICK CYCLE CO. JOHN HAENEL. Manager. Phone 257-2. 307 Noweastle St. Bicycles, Guns, Pistols and Sewing Machines. REPAIRED ON SHORT NOTICE. A SPECIALTY. For Cleaning and Dyeing Summer Clothes- no one is belter prepared than Jim- Carter. Ring 'Phone 253 or send to 504 Monk St. COAL AND WOOD, coney st fahker. The sweat shop method is strictly avoided at Jim Carter’s clothes cleau ng establishment. Everything is well ventilated ami lighted and pure eheui* cals are used. Artistic efiect finish and lasting quai ities considered. Wilson's Photo graph Studio, 502 1-2 Gloucester St., has no competitors. Go there "ye Elite.” Miss Slater has something else new. The New Bishop Collar, in linen, stamped in dill emit designs. Cleaning, Pressing and Dyeing The one good place in town to have cleaning, pressing and dyeing p-operiy is at Jim Carter's. Only the finest of chemicals and reliable methods ate used. Send to 5U4 Monk street or ring phone 253-L SEE THE DOWNING COMPANY FOR FERTILIZERS. EDWIN W. DART, Atorney and Counselor at Law. Court house, Brunswick, Ga. Gives Tiorfpct Fully nine-tenths of the ills of mankind can be ■* ' 4 traced to irregularities of the stomach and bow- He(lith els ’ When these important organs fail to act c regularly the system becomes clogged with I impurities, and perfect health is impossible. Mozley’s Lemon Elixir is a pleasant lemon drink which acts gently and thoroughly cleanses the system. It is the perfect liquid laxative, and is good for every member of the fk/f _ r,loW* family. Fifty cents a bottle at all drug-stores. J Moztcy's Lemon Hot Drops are without any equal T P VtJ for coughs, colds, bronchitis, sore throat, etc —■ . —Elixir , V. THE BAY IRON WORKS Manufacturers and Repairers of Machinery, Engines, Saw Mills Marine work a specialty. :Packings, Fittings and. Supplies ► i- Estimates furnished free of Charge. 629 Bay St. * W R. DART, CLAUD DART, ► President and Manager. Secretary and Treasurer y L. Downing, Presiaent. E. H. Mason, Vice-President. E.D.Walter, Cashier, The National Bank of Brunswick. BRUNSWICK, GA CAPITAL OF ONE HUNDRED AN D FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS and total RESOURCES in excess of ONE-HALF MILLION DOLLARS, (are devoted to the assistance of legit imate business enterprises. DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS invited fr om individuals, firms and corpora ' tions. j HAVINGS DEPARTMENT accounts bear interest, compounded qu&r> ; terly. interest bearing ceriflcates of deposit issued on special terms. MONEY ORDERS of the "BANKERS’ MONEY ORDER ASSOCLfc. ION” are cheaper and more conyen ient than postoifioe or express. ISM (KFAMakKEHTOCIOf jPmirjSf 1 -Whisscey • | WgMM Truly .a Grand WM/fnl OLtD Whiskey Morgan & Davis Wilson’s Up to Date Restaurant * THERE'S AN ATTRACTION *- " lit re tlia can hardly be resisted. *, "Tisn't the food alone, or the y cooking or the service or the % y appointments. It’s the combina- ** J tion of all ‘ that gives y WILSON’S RESTAURANT. V. y a peculiar charm of its own. tfe v; Here are the comforts of the % y. home table without any of its „ inconveniences or responsibili- y •’ ties. Our quick lunches are dainty ?, but satisfying. Open until midnight. J. W. WILSON, Prop. % 2 'Phone 321. The best pill 'neath the stars and stripes; It cleanses the system and never gripes. Little Early Risers of wordly repute. Ask for Dewitt's and take no substitute. A small pill .easy to buy easy to take i and easy to act, but never failing in I results. DewiA s Little Early Risers | arouse the secretions and act as a ; tonic to the liver, curing permanent j ly.—Joerger's Pharmacy, Smith's j Pharmacy, W. J. Butts. SEE DOWNING FOR FERTILIZERS _______ All Were Baffied. Word comes from Wake, Ark. that Rev. Jno. J. Cox had a strange malady accompanied by yellow jaundice. For 12 years physicians were baffled and though everything known to the profession was used, the trouble re mained. One day he began to use Electric Bitters and in a week al change for the better came and at length he was entirely cured. It's the most reliable medicine for liver and kidney troubles. Only 5Uc. anil guar teed by all druggists. FOR HIGH GRADE VEGETABLE GUANO SEE THf£ DOWNING CO. MAT 3, 190?, 1 \ the OGLETHORPE,'' HUGH PORTER, Mgr. Brunswick’s Only First Class Hotel. Reasonable Rates to Traveling Men. Excellent Cuisine. Perfect Service. •PHILLIPS the TAILORS : Opera House Block, ; i'Has a large and selected stock of] i new goods, for the coming season, * f best of worP and perfect fit guar* i Janteed. 1 ; Pants made to order for $4.00. < ’ Suits made to order for $15.00. 3 If you want a Swell-; Suit give me a j ;call. j Attention Smokers. | I handle a line line of genuine Merschaum Pipes, tiioy are beauties. I Call and look at them. Sig Levlson ,310 Hay street. Good Advice. The most miserable beings in the world are those suffering from dys pepsia and liver complaint. More than seventy-five per cent, of the peo ple of the United States are afflicted with these two diseases and their ef cts: such as Sour Stomach, Sick headache, habitual costiveness, pal pitation of the heart, heart burn, waterbrash, gnawing and burning pains at the pit of the stomach, yel low skin, coated tongue and disagree able taste in the mouth, coming up ot food after eating, low spirits, etc. Go to your druggist and get a bottle of August Flower for 25 or 75 cents. Two doses will relieve you. Try it. The latest novelties in tailor made clothing can be had at Jim Carter's He represents the leading tailoring concerns in uie country. Pure Chemicals are the ouly kind used at Jim Carter’s clothes cleaning establishment. He is reliable and wants your work. Phone 353-2 Headquarters for Groceries. Attention' is called to the ad. of A. Zelmenovilz, the well known gro cer, which appears elsewhere in this issue. ZeUaenovitz can save you ‘•One Dose Convinces." Mosleys Lemon Elixer acts gently n the bowels without any unpleasant Beet.. It is a perfect liquid laxative. 51) cents per bottle at ail drug stores.