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IDE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEW^
PUBLISHED ’ THE NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY CLARENCE H. LEAVY, Editor and Manner. LOUIS J. LEAVY, Jr, City Editor EVERY DAY EXCEPT M SUBSCRIPTION F&TE3. Ttrmi of subscription In the city and by mall free of charge to all parts cf the United States and Canada, Mex ico, Porto Rico, Guam, Philippine Is lands and Hawaiian Islands One Year $5.00 Six Months Z-M Three Monthe • 1 - 25 One Momn ... _ OFFICIAL ORGAN O* county o( Glynn. Glynn county commissioners. The United States court of bank ,-optcy for this district TELEPHONES. Business office, editorial room.. 188 *i<-clety editor S? 1 Office 207 Gloucester Street Entered at the Brunswick, Ga., post office as setond class mail matter Correspondence solicited; but to re ceive attention, letters must be ac companied by a responsible name, not for publication, but as imraitte of good faith. Rejected communications will be re turned It accompanied by postage . Itemlttauwo should bo made by pos tal noteAcbeck or money order or registered'letter. Address, tNews Publishing Cos. Brunswick, Ga LISHERS NOTICE Ths New* Publishing Company de sires It to be distinctly understood that all legal advertisement* must be paid for In We cannot afford to devote our spue to such adver ttcements and the courts for th money. f■! JJI'-I ! 1.- 1 J.! 1 . The weather man was certainly gcod to us yesterday. The Atlanta Journal says “the burn *d bale of cotton will never sell for ten cents." Ur. Chadwick Is contemplating su ing for a dlvorco. Wonder if he will ssk for alimonyT Fltzverak' ‘‘or the first it was Incorporated, has a mayor who Is not an ex-soldier. Uovernor Folk has been Inaugurat ed lu Missouri, lie may be Inaugural e.i lu Washington four yerus hence. Letters between Osborne and Mor tis continue to pass, and the nigger fi utilities to remain in the wood pile. It nas been announced that cotton glowing In Cuba Is not a success. It eus uot been such a great success anywhere recently. Indian Territory farmers are follow lug the crasy example sot by Georgia farmers, and several halos of cotton t-ave been burned. The Jacksonville Metropolis contin ues to run a dally "kick column’\Such a column In a Brunswick paper would be overcrowded every day. The proposed bill in congress to pul ex-presldents on the pension rolls seems to tie a popular measure, cape dally with respective presidential candidates. Tlie next big event in Georgia will be a clash between Mayor Wood wudr and ltev. Lon G. Broughton. The date has not yet been announced. Isn't It fortunate that the Georgßt legislature and congress do not meet at the same time. One would have a hard task overshaduwlug the other ONE OF OUR NEEDS. Tho need of an active Boclety for Fievontton of Cruelty to Animals Is very appareut In Brunswick just now. To any one who lias the proper feci lt>2 for dumb brutes the cases of or dinary underfed horaoa and mules ap peal strongly. The agent of Ibis society if tlier is one, should attend to his duties la ti ls respect. If there Is not one. an spent should bo appointed at once. It is a cause v hich should eulist lh sympathies and earnest efforts of tuj so called tem'i rhearted sox, and with them aotlve y engaged in warfare against this disregard of dumb beasts, tne abuses In this direction would s on cease. I.ot the society emerge Irom Its temporary ecl’pso or absent tty and take on new Me, doing ba lc for pressed who can not pi- ad then mwn esuss. . TRADE AT jf* Uiio l^^L 1 all f.Leir^asj^ l front home. It any- thing in Wbr ca: i. c.ass'Jf persons rush to the cati to the tom paper., enclumiwls almost Inrtinu KOI® '..ly a iiAi l<r -- perhaps tar >■ the cost- of et p-ess, postage is Considered, to say nothing cf tjj? possible delays, the the quality,-etc. But at! considered. V. ith *ho mistaken ui.-s oi saving a few pennies tinste p<r<ms pass by the lu-mo merchants am; pah rr nlze the outside world for thevr wearing appa.el, their furniture, thc.r wedding glft-h etc. '"’The injustice- dr tlis course never seems to strike them. The idea of reciprocity is fa f;om their tlifmghts. The merchant* who patronise them in whatever lew iiHss htey may be engaged nip not in it wtion they need anything they .-tn get out of to.vn. The credit e-.i (on long time) however they give Ibo home merchant, tile benefit A doubtful benefit In ra sin ■ > This is all wrong, and thin practice and this spirit is inimical to the inter csts of n town, inimical to its grow th and prosperity. This spirit a t.l tills robbing of the homo merchants of a support, they rightfully expect, is mio serious blight on Brunswick; a ‘-nuter at *he heart of her advancement.. Such a course as this will always It- t nnr Cly from a proper progress an 1 a :>il let prosperity. These persons justify themselves by com plaining of the variety and qua) !,y of home merchandise and of th*. differ- last ayere.-;es u,i in(iliTWlßffifo* \%sgj jjagf‘ Id li o w e v e r patronise those who patronize us. A boycott, if it were possible, would be only a matter of justice in this ease. Patronize the home merchant. Put aside self and thooe Ini the i tint in generciisly to the of litiildlng up your town ana helping the general public by supporting the Individual prospStlty. Buy at home for the sake of Bruns wick, and for the sake of that bigger better and r.oro beautiful town we are striving for. BRUNBWICK’S*VwO~¥ANKS. BrunsWUck's two hanking institu tions, the National Hank of Brunswick and the Brunswick Bank and Trust, t om pony, hoi I their annual meet ings yesterday, at which directors and off! ci rs for the p-esent year were elected There were only slight changes at (noth the hanks. The condition of those two hanks should be a matter of pride to every citizen of Brunswoek. They an- both b. a nourishing condition at present otlll 111 ill AfSMtMAMV. 41.-M V - • ■ M * vviu|/.ti mute titan lavinuiny v. Itli any two banking institutions in the stale. The directors and officer!, elected yesterday are all among our leading business men; men of means and business quail Stations and men who represent that element of our citizenry standing for the advancement of the city. Under H eir able management the two hanks hove grown to be among the strongest financial Institutions iu the slate and institutions tl-.ai the city of Bruns wick should bo proud of Nothing doing in the bar East, nit ‘inlet In the Chadwick ease. Nan l’ut lo sou still In the tombs, Tom Watson busy writing a book. The nowspn iiers arc indeed haviug a Imrd time let news Just at present. GEORGIA—OIyun County. Charles G. ui(worth administrator <iuU Kate D. Holtiendorf administra trix upon the estuate of John 11. Dll wotrh, late of said county aeceased, having tiled their petition for dis charge, this is to cite all persons con cerned to show cause against the slanting of this discharge. at the re:; utar term of tho court of odrinary for >aid county to he held on the first Monday In February, )uo6. Horace Dart, Ordinary, Gluyu County. Notice l.ost, Tuesday afternoon about six o clock hotween express office and Kaiser’s stove, by a little boy ten dollar bill. It belonged to a party who had sent me to express office. Vho finder will please return to 423 \ Albany street and receive reward. Master John Farrell. Call In at Mrs Isaac’s store Monday end gel a circular. Over 200 special ins. THE BRUMSWICK. DAILY NEWS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 190.5 5 1 ling!” cried the haid a to • <• rescue with a bottle of Ayer’s] FhVhaif was id lln graiitude, it grew long | land heavy, and eep, rich twpr of early life. I Sold in all pajy ir sixty yea^ The Best Health Culture. -o poor n. .) can afford any •!' a ! i- He s o busy making “ \ cough or ■ ' • ;.>pn c-ii as the dlrec. W a cold, ho •• : ply takes a fee e. Dr. Bosebpea German Syrup. A. U sSmCthiag; .tore serious, ny.c EV-mßtiou, pc, 40s--. Udi or any in h(jf of hla ffi.-i m :- ..%ln. he-;e!l*'i*on to /meet a e 'I dal bottle; P® Big bottle 75c ,G.’ druggists. 9 . /’■, pSSm).- 4 y-dw--ll:iig him with 7 room -9tj*Bß<j, lva nifui flower gardei t ise has southern .exposure. New Town lots on E street. Large Shxlßo r.ear white Methodi-t ph. 5 rpijfi hosue on a '-oriier lot I ad D streets. 5 desirable (?rms j r town oh .salt wtaer. For Rent. store o Fay :* :k' Glow* gter A 4 <: sire* -f c egant . -h office. W. B. Bur.-oug hriumc Is ere sick every year of bowel complaint. T' . i-.ired hv taking Dr. f , -old's balsam. Warranted to . * faction by Smith’s Pharmacy Bead what Mr. L.'A. Ames of I*r- • j t-i, Maine says: "1 have used Sew I arlax-for the psst twenty years anti < -it Titeesily -sny It has saved m* t aity s hill. Have found it a most exeblion remedy for indigestion, kidney I rottbl-'o, ioss of appetite and rfher ills too numerous to recount I take pleasure in giving my testimony in favor of yonr medicine." A bottle oi Seven Barks is a family doctor al ways in the house Its use prevents and cures dyspepsia, liver nu-.i kidney trouble constipation, skin diseases and rheumatism, Seven Barks t purely vegetable and in guaranteed to cure anj of the shove disease-i For sate and recom mended by Smith's Pharmacy. Notice. All persons arc hereby notified nor to hunt r trespass upon the lands connected with Allama and Hopeton plantations, to entcir^maMMjm^^ tv. W. Miller Jjtfflfflm ITT day s January 11 ■go at 10c. a bo* oyster fry from Wilson they are fine. Do not forget that Ur. Seth Arnold's rll howel complaints. Warranted by Smith’s Pharmacv Wait for Mrs. Isaacs 10 day sale welch starts Thursday January 12— ;,Se mercerized petticoats gi at 25c Wait for Mi c Isaacs to day sale vtileh starts Thursday January 12— Sr. Anioskca t gingham at 42.*. — ■■ The Red Star Bakery 300 NEWCASTLE ST. Announces that they have engaged Henry Rlchner AN EXPERIENCED GERMAN BAKER and will give special attention t-: nri all other CHR T MAS CAKES. ? ft gowi temptation to slight qualiti for larger profits I > u quite general. Bu we never yield to it In the slightest ifh fsjwbk. gree. Our reuuta tutu as purv s ( S? Purt I \'| Drug. j \ | is too va -liable >j I l 1 bo risked in sin \ j manner. So for our own takes as Hwoll as yours .our found the purest and best obtainable for the confidence we have gained In this respect. Wo do not propose to forfeit it. Como In and get some thing tor that cold and cough SMITH'S PHARMACY. Newcastle and Monk Sts. j . BRUNSWICK, GA. Do you house a servant- Do ! cu- room, or have yo' room to retiL.-lf so put an W*a. in The News cheap column. LOST •_ LOST —Lair of gold -lectacies, between >1 Vs belli aim oforge streets on Union Wtrtet. kind < r yiea.se return to Dr. U. W. Blanton- LOST—-P^^ r ipc-ra glasses, between Peru house anu corner of Union and i-uwe street; peait in. black leather -use. Kinder return to News office ud receive reward. . JAtriT, STRAYED OR SiOLfcW-- Hmill fox terrier, answers to the name of Dutchman. Return to V. D. M. Siracban aud receive reyrv.a " LOST —A small fox terriei female puppy. Thiee months old .Black head, black spot on side. Tail cut. Return to M. A . Baker'and receive re- W ANTED. -dfI^NTEK—A few gentlemen*foard is conveniently located. Apply to P, this office. WANTED—Several table boarders i. private family, desirably locate : n southern pirt of city. Table firs !• ass; rates reasonable. Add res* M News. WANTED —A position as bookkeep er. Am familiar with both single and collide entry systems and can give tbe best of references. Apply to It. care The News. FOR RENT FOR RUN’' —Three nicely furnlshi a rooms; electric lights, bath, telephone JB7-4. 119Reynolda street. FOR RENT—Stores, offices ami dwellings. Apply to Brobaton, Fondig 4 Cos. FOR KENT —The residence located at 1607 Gloucester stroot.. Apply on piemlses. RENT —8 room house at 401 Bfccoraer A street Apply at 405 ROOMS—A few can I secure nicely furnished roon.s by ap | plying at 405 G street ! ROOMS FOR RENT—Nice furnish c-l rooms all conveniences, near cen er of city, hot and cold water baths, vpply 3u3 Union street. FOR RENT —A nicely furnished see •nd story front room with uso of bath hot and cold water, inquire No io Reynolds strec* above postoffico build mg. FOR RENT —Nicely furnished rooms Apply 603 Union stroot FOR BALE FOR BALE—Good combination' hor.-e suitable for all uses. Apply to vi a. Baker TRUER FOR SALE—Ordeis receiv ed for wild olive trees at 211 Egmom street. FOUND—St ay mule and horse. En ijrire at this office. "T~7aaßsassni<i"i7wr.i7ii- • wir.. ... How to Keep Youthful. "Thou shall uot grow old" Is an un | written law which every sousibb man j and woman amis to observe And | :u.w do they a< oo.iipiisli It?—s imply i v keeping th ■ system in per fen trlis : htough the use of a tonic medicln ko Green’s August Flower They ep their blood pur" their digestlm •i oil. the I rliver active, their vit • i normal and tludr spirits bopyan . (lie regular nail judteloua uso of Au ■ust Flower—and *h". keep youtlifu, nd happy Trial botl’o, 25c. Big bo' r -’b 75c. At all druggists a Grim Tragedy. it- dally enacted In thousands of hom es. ns death calms n each one. anoth r victim of consumption or pneumon in But when roughs and colds sro roper j* treated the tragedy is avert <i. F G. Huntley, of Oklahoma. Ind., writes: "My wife had the consump tion and three doctors gave her up. Finally she took Dr. ings New Discov ery for consumption, coughs end colds wheih cured her and today she Is wall and strong.' It kills the germs o' all disease.;. One done relievos. Guaranteed at 50 cents a.id |i.uo by Smith s Pharmacy. Trial bottles free Notice. JTATE OF GEORGIA—GIynn Cos. The firm heretorfer doing busiuess n Bay street under the firm name j ond style of Thomas &■ Cos., is this day | dissolved by mutual consent. This i to notify the public that Simon ( Whitehead is no longer connected with said firm. This January 2. 1905 S. Whitehead. The Stoach Is the Man. A weak stomach weakens the man, pnause It cannot transform the food he eats Into nourishment ll“a:th and st-ength cannot be restored to any •Irk man or weak woman wl-hout first restoring health and strength to the stomach. A weak stomach cannot di ves! enough *ood to feed thy tissue ! and revive tho tired and tan down j limbs and organs of 'he body. Kodol’ Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat,, 1 cleanses and nength>!is the glands' a r and membrane* of the stomach andj cities indlgcstims dyspepsia and ail' stomach trotiMuß Bold by all drug ■ Notice of Annual Meeting. The regular annual meeting of Hm shareholders oi the National tmak cf Brunswick will be held at Its Ant ing house ha Fiunswick. Ga Tues day, the 10th day of JanuaryToos, at 11 o’clock a. m., for the lieMion’ of directors for the ensuii% yejr, anil for the transaiAm of such otlr bus-! iness as comefbefore i the E. D. Waiter, Ototer. Brunswick. Gi. Dec. 10, I!HM ROUNTOS, “BRU^B WICK'S CANDSLBTORE." Christmas Good^ Just Relei ved, the Highest Grade of. i Those "MSWBB JACOB’S 4Rlicioue Chocolates, Bon Bons, end; <% Crystollzed Fruits, Fruit Tablets % Both In Bulk and in Beautifully Decorated 'ackages, in 1 lb and 1 1-2 lb Boxes. FINEST FRUITS, CIGARS AND TO ! BACCOS, ETC. Taffy tanay Made Daily I 208 Newcastle Street. Chamberrain-t Cough Remedy is Pleas ant to Take. The finest quality oi granulated loaf .stgar is used in the manulacture of Chamberlain's cough remedy and, the rcots used In its preparation give it a flavor syrup; mak ing it R) take. Mr. W. L Roderffk, of PooldMraflAAt in of this remedy iave|uaed chamberlaiiikApaßtegi •cy with my ytars and can truthfimßpay it is the best Jjrenaration or MWkind 1 know ,f /Ire chflilren likw to take it and It has no injurious after effects." For ale by all druggist*- • Wilsons today. Call tn any enjoy it. THE OAK BOAF.DING HOUSE /06 Q 8L FACING MAGIIOLIA PARK. Good Table Board and Cool Hooma Rates; 84 per Week. Mr*. A. F. Turner, Proprietor The Beet Liniment. "Chamherla'n s Pain Balm is consid ered the best liniment on the market," write Post and Bliss, of Georgia, Vt., No other liniment will heal a cut or bruise so promptly. No other affords si.ch quick leiief from rheumatism alns. No o'her is se valuable for deep seated pains like lame bock anu pains In the chest. Give this Hutment a trial and become acquainted with Its remarkable qualities and you will nev e. wish to be without it For sale by all druggist* LADIEB! i HAVE A FINE BTOCK OF OAK AND PINE WOOD AND SEND THt LARGEST LOAD IN THE CITY T. J. KENNER 'hone 174. BAY and GLOUCESTEI Disastrous Wreck. Lane Dees is responsible for many illwav wreck and the same causes ate making human wrecks of sufferers u throat anil lung troubles. But un. the advent of Dr. Kings New ocovery for consumption, coughs and u.„s, even the worst cases can be --red and hopeless resignation is no •er necessary. .Mrs. Lolg Craig of orehester, Mass., is one of many *'ose life was saved |,y Dr. King.* ..jw Disc*'wry. This great remedy guaranij for ail throat and lino ( >ub!e by Smith’s Pharmacy. Price nid t’iio Thml bottles free Wilson s serving the best meals ;er served here. NEW STOVES JUST RECEIVED J. H. Bohne has Just received anew line of stoves. He is sole agent for the Southern uecn and also the fa mens New Barrett. The public ‘.s invited to inspect the •ew slock. Kei©l Cus- Bigosts what you oab Acme fish Market Keeps all kinds of FISH, OYSTERS, CLAMS, BHHI AND CRABS. All orders filled o short notice.. .Free delivery... -.,j- No. 269-4... Back of southern fex K r‘ Office, Reynolds street. Notice of Removal. We will move our bushiest on Jan rnrv Ist. ISOS from our present store No. 500 Monk street to No. 322 Bay siree near Mansfield street, V. C. Bourne & Cos. CAST Oxl, A For Infant* and Children. Hie Kind You Have Always 3nigiit Boars the S'guuluro . (, ' ' rlowi This. We offer one hundred dollars re ward for any case of Catarrh that cam not he cures by HaP’s I’atarrh Cnr. F. J. Cheney. & Cos., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F J. Cheney ior the last 15 'ears an believe him oerfectlv honorable m business transactions and financial' able to cßrry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O Hall's Cata-rh Cure Is taken Inter nally, acting directly upon the blood [ar! mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials tent free. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall's family pills for consll atlon. Wilson's restaurflit Is up to date end has a ladles dining room. CASTORIA Tlie Kind Toa Have Atorays Bought, mwl which has been In use iip over 30 has borne the signature of— and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy. ' /-ccc-c/Lt/t'. Allow no one to and ecei ve yon in this. All fkmiiterfctts, Imitations and “Jnsf-Bs-good” are but .Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castcria Is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Pare goric, Itmps and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine -ior other Narcotic substance. Its age is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays feverishness. It cures JJiarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tlio Fiid, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tlie Children’s Panacea —The Mother’s Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THC CENTAUR COMPANY. IT MURRAY BTMtT. NCR YORK ClfY. PIMPLES “1 trim! All kinds of blood which fßilsu. lo do me any cootl but I have Apuml th© rl*fht thing st isst. My face wm full of pimplos and Mack haads. Aftnr taking CMCfargM Urn y ail le ft iam coutinniutf tli use u t <M reeomiaondtng them to my frlunda. * n the morning. Hope to ha as* 4hasee to reromiut-nd Caacsrets.” Frod C. Wtmrn, 76 Elm St., Newark. N. J. The Bowels kGuwxm® Pteuant. pislliir Potent. Turn Good. On Oood, ' never Htckee. Woollen or Gripe, UK 25,-. Me Never ti.ld In bulk. The genuine tablet utaruped COO. Guaranteed to cure or your money back. Sterling Remedy Cos., Chicago or N.Y. 505 ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES Not a Sick Day Slice. "I was taken severely sick with kid ney trouble. 1 tried all sorts of medi cines none of which relieved me. One day 1 saw an ad. of your electric t)it t<rs and detetmineil to try that. After eking a few doses 1 felt relieved and - on thereafter was entirely cured and uve not been nick u days since. Neigh hors of mine have been cured of rheu matism, neuralgia, liver and kidney umihleo and general debility. ’• This what B. F. Bass, of Fremons, N. C., •rites. Only 30c. at Smith’s Pharma <*• - : it I.aMUJtdBU 'Comfort V *■ 'Cleanliness ; * 0 ' l Try one ; ; of Our 'Gas heaters e * MUTUAL LIGHT AND WATER COMPANY. ! U la not Style but the BES. Whiskey tn Brunswick, we serve at TE CENTS a drink. We handle tk Best Family Whisky In the elf H, Selig-, 225 Grant Street. Tonic to the System, For liver troubles and constipation 'here is nothing better than lie Witts' ■ Ittle Early Misers the famous little dlls. They do not weaken the stem "'h. Their action upon the system s mild, pleasant and harm.ess. Bob Moore, of Li Fayette, ind., -.ays "No .?e talkin-r neWtit's* Ltttlo Early Itis rs do their work. All other pills I have used gripio and make me sick in the stomach and never c-ired me DwWltU’ Little Early Kisers proved to be the long sought relief. They are simply perfect." Persons travel ing find IJttlo Early Risers the most reliable retnedv to enrry with them, gold by all diuggsts. A Runaway Bicycle. Terminated with an m?ly cut ou th leg of T B. Orner, Frairailn G r ove, lli. # Ii developed a stubborn ulcer unyield’ Ing to doctor? and remedies for four years. Then Bucklen’s Arn.ca salvo cured, it's Just aa good for trams, fcahbi, hkin and plies. 25c tr Smith's i^drmae BsVifitfs Salva Far Files, Burns, Sores. j Wilson is serving baked English duck with oyster dressing—they are fine. ITS UP TO YOU, WHAT WILL YOU DO WITH IT Rub it on, of course. West's Wound t lire, the best liniment on earth tor old sores, tetter, ring worm poison oak, piles rheumatism and numerous i other diseases, aiso 'West’s Gonor rhoea and Jjyphllis cure is guaran teed to cure Gonorrhoea and Syphilis and all like dii-eases. Ask your drug -1 giSL -Try 7- - .-: ; r ; pl -v ' ;V , % • j . *"<?* r 7 (rflh o "*. oPELDY PLUMBING WORK. is not necessarily inferior. If done by us it simply mentis that there has been no wash- or time. Skill and concentrated en; rgy; the best material cud unexcelled facilities enable us to put jobs through'within easonahle time without, slinghting the mallest dciail Permit us to estimate on tlie next pif-ee of work, it will meat, greater satisfaction to you and a saving of at least ten per cent. BRUNSYICK PLUMEING AND TIN WORKS. Rear National Bank, Grant itreet COLSON HOYT Prop. ..Phone 354-2, WOOD WE 3EU rjfit WOOD FOR 75c. PER LOAD tYOOO FOR KM MILLER, • kiIEPHON-E 320. YOU GET MORE WOOD FOR THE MONEY WHEN YOU GET IT FROM U% CONEY * PARKER. Does You r Overcoat Need a New Collar*. Overcoat weather Is almost upon us and it Is time you xere getting yours nt to see what It needs in the shape of repairs. Perhaps it needs anew collar, lining, cleansing or pressii^* •f so, bring it to us. We do work in the city and at pQriees tor first el*** wJKT Brunswick Clrsnln*, and Jim CsrtSriMgn^ New Way cf Using Chamberlain’* Cough Remedy. Mr. Arthur Chapman writing from Durban. Nstal. Sulh Africa, says, "As ! R proof that Chamberlain’s Cough Horn . edy is a cure suitable for onl and young, I pen you the following: a neighbor of mine had a child Jubl over two months rid. It had a very bad ct ngh and tho parenta did not know what to give it. I suggested that If they would get a bottle of Chamber lain’s Cough KemeJy and put some (iron the dummy teat the baby was •ticking it would no doubt cure the child. This they did and brought about a quick relief and cured the baby." TUI* remedy Is for sale by *U .nigsUU.