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GORDON ISSUES
A SIAM
Answering llie Recent
Criticisms.
HIS CONSCIENCE HIMES
The General States That
He Did Not Accept
the Grand Army
Invitation.
Criticism of Genera! John IS. Gor
don by the Confederate Association of
the Army of Tenneseee for hie partici
pation in the recent Blue and Gray
reunion in Atlanta and his acceptance
of an inyitatiou to attend th G. A. It.
Encampment, in Chicago ia answered
by G.neral Gordon, lie declares that
h alone ie the Judge of what tie seye
and doee, and he must continue to
exercise that freedom of mind.
This criticism of General Gordon
was in the nalure of a resolution
paesed by the association of the army
of Tennessee in session recently In
New Orleans. It declares, in view of
ths sharply criticised utterances of
Gen. Shaw, commander of the G. A. R.,
at tha Blue and Gray reunion in Atlau
ta the association repreoates the parti
cipation of Qn. Gordon in Bine and
Gray reunions and protests against
him accepting an invitation to the G.
A. R encampment ia the orpicliy of
cimmatider of ths Confederate Veler
ana.
OrNkraL'Oobdon'ii answku.
“Kirkwood, Ga. Aug 21, 1900.
‘‘To the Confederate Association of
Army of Tennessee—
“ Comrades: A resolution recently
adopted by your aaaociation at the in
stance of Gan. Chaleron criticising
certain aots or supposed aots of mine
entirely escaped my attention at the
time of ite appearance in the public
press, and 1 have just seen it for the
first titna. I understand this action
of your association to mean a formal
and public notioe that you disapprove
of my participating in the Blue and
Gray ineetiug which recently occurred
in Atlanta, and alio that it means a
formal and public protest by your as
•notation sgaiust my acosptanos of an
Invitation extended to me by the
The Quakers Are
Honest People.
jSN The Quaker Herb Ton-
VeMaw * c * s not only a blood
purifier, but a Blood
in a k or for l’ale, Weak
~® t‘\ fln, l I debilitated people
' w,1 0 l |ave not strength
yßtojaJaC nor blood. It acts as a
Y tonic, it regulates di-
V ffostlon, cures dyspepsia
% \'V 11 "'1 lends strength and
i tone to the nervous sys
tem. It is a medic.ine for weak women.
It is a purely vegetable medicine, arid
can be taken by the most delicate.
Kn,ney disease, Rheumatism and all
diseases of the Blood, Stomach and
Nerves soon succumb to its wonderful
effect on the human system. Thous
ands of people in Georgia recommend
it. Brice #I.OO.
QUAKER BAIN BAUM is the med
icine that the Quaker Doctor made all
of his quick cures with. It’s anew and
wonderful medicine for Neuralgia,
Toothache, Backache, Rheumatism
Sprains, Bain in Bowels; in fact, all
pain can be relieved by it. Brice 23c
and 60c.
QUAKER WHITE WONDER SOAP,
a medicated soap for the skin, scalp
snd couiplexioD. Price 10c a cake
QUAKER HEALING SALVE, a
vegetable ointment for tiie cure of
tetter, eczema and eruptions of the
skin. Brice 10c a box.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
F. A. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor,
Cincinnati.
Polhill's Drug Store
Grind Army of the RspubMo "and by
executive committee of the oitie ns of
Chicago.
“The übj ct of this to your
resolution, which you failed to <e and
me, is not toe ll in question the right
of your association to criticise sn>
official aot of mine which does not
meet with your approval. I do wish,
however, to state, kindly, blit frankly
and plainly, that my own conscience
and my own conception of duty must
be my guide in the future as in the
past.
‘ As to the oourteous and cordial in
vitation of both the Gr-nl Army ol
the Republic and of the executive
committee of Chicago's citizrn-., I
have to stale that I greatly appriciated
the compliment paid nr- by Ibat invl
ration, and the spirit wh ch prompted
it. C rcums'ances, however, rendered
it impossible for me to B'toept, and I
notified thi officers and committees
nearly two months ago when that invi
tation first reached me.
‘■ln order that there may be no
possible misunderstanding of my
position on these and all kindred
matters, 1 repeat that my sole guide
must be my own oonv c'ions of duty
to th s whole country, and to the
southern people, whose glorious re
cord in all the past, whose traditions,
dignity and honor I have endeivored
to defend and uphold at all times, in
all seotions and under all conclusions.
“I am as ever, fraternally yonrs.
“J. B. Gordon."
“Hanger is the Best S&uoe,”
Vot some people are never hungry. Whatever
they eat has to bo “forced down.” There la, of
course something wrong with these people.
Ily taking Hoot's Sarsaparilla a short lime
they aio given au appetile and then they enjoy
eating, and food nourishes them, if you lind
your appetito failing, Just try a bottle of Hood’s,
it Is a true stomach tonic, and every dose does
good,
1 he lu st family cathartic is Hood’s rids.
TO SEE THE GAME.
Quite a large number of Brunswick
lane will go le Savannah tomorrow for
the purpose of seeing the games be
tween Fernandlna and Brunawiok,
The olubswill play Thursday, Friday
and Saturday.
Woman Is often referred to by man “doubling
his Joya and halving bis sorrows.'* That may be
complimentary, but it would seem to be rather
hard on the woman. For in plain terms it
means that where things are going weli with
the man, hia wife makes them go better. But
when things are going ill with him, ho eapecta
iho Wife to share half hia burden. And there's
more truth than poetry in this presentation of
masculine selflshnesa. Men don’t appreciate
the fuct that the strain of motherhood
alone is * burden bigger than all the
loads that rest upon male shoulder*. They
see the wife grow th'n, pale, nervous and worn
without a thought that she is over-burdened.
Among the pleasant letters received by Dr
Pierce are those from husbands who have
waked up before it was too late to the crushing
burdens laid upon the wife, and in the search*
for help haro found in Dr. Fierce's Favorite
Proscription a restorative which has given back
to tho mother the health of the maiden and the
maiden’s happiness. “Favorite Prescription*’
always helps, and almost always cures. It las
porfoctly cured ninety-eight out of every hi n
dred who have used it when afflicted with and
- peculiar to women.
Money loaned on personal
property and real estate. Ap
ply to J. W. Wat Kins.
Soutoero Railway announce, rate
of ont dollar for round trip to Saran
nah every Sunday tiokets limited to
date of sale. Notice is givsn that
no baggage will be checked on excur
sion tiokets sold at rate of $1 for round
trip via Southern Railway:
OASTOma,
Bears the _/> The Kind You Have Afros Bou£tr.
-r-
Jim Carter represents Wanamaker &
Brown Examine their goods.
THE BRUjnsWICK TIMES-CALL, AUGUST 22, 1900.
w THE 1
I HARDEST '
WORKERS
I Have spells of “tired
I feeling” now and then.
I This feeling is caused
I by some derangement
I in the stomach, liver
I kidneys or bowels, and
must be removed before
the natural vigor and
buoyancy of
be restored.
PRICKLY
ASH
BITTERS
quickly corrects the dis
| turbance, purifies the
bowels, helps digestion
and sends the blood
tingling through the
| veins, carrying life and
renewed energy
throughout.thev system, j
SOLO BY ORUCCIBTB.
L PRICE,BI.OO. i
W. J. Bntts. Special Agent.
THE TREATY CONCLUDED.
Minister Storsr So Notifies the S‘te
Department.
Washington, August 31. — Min
ister Bellamy Storer, to Spain,
notified the State Department today
that be had concluded tbs treaty of
peaos, amity, commerce and naviga
tion, with Spain, subjeot to the ap
prov&l of the United States govern
ment.
HIS LIFE WAS SAVED.
Mr. J. E Lilly, a prominent citizen
of Hannibal, Mo., lately bad a won
derful deliverance from a frightful
death. In telling of it, he says: “I
was taken with typhoid fever, that
ran into pneumonia. My luoge be
came hardened. I was so weak I
ooulJnt even sit up in bed. Nothing
helped me. I expected to soon die of
consumption, when I beard of Dr.
King’s New Disoovery. One bottle
gave great relief. 1 continued to use
it, and novr am well and strong. I
can’t say too much in its praise.” This
marvelous medicine is the surest and
quickest oure in the world for all
throat and lung trouble. Regular
sixes 50 cents and fl.oo. Trial bottles
free, at all drug stores; every bottle
guaranteed,
NOTICE.
Dr. C M. Gowen will be absent
from the city for a month.
Russell’s Chill and Feyer
Tonic is acknowledged to be
the Best on the market,
every bottle guaranteed.
For sale by all druggists.
WANTEDGentIe horse for family
use. Apply to J. W, Welkins.
SHIPPING REPORT.
C orreoted D. ily by Cspt. Otta Jtbstmssea
Port af Brats isk. Aug 21, 1900.
WEATHER Ofc;
DW duvgday, shower’. Light to
fresh sou'll westerly winds.
TIDE
High water on Brunswick bar, Au
gust 21, 1900,11:18 a. m , rise 0.2.
CLEARED.
Scbr. Goodwio S oddard, Miller,
New York.
SAILED.
SS. Ca ib, Ingram, Boston.
Sibr. Frank W. Howe, Wdi>m,
Boston.
3ahr. Robert MoFsrlind,Sweetlaud,
PortUnd.
Sohr Waltham, Barter, Noank.
Bohr Harry P.eacott, Gray, New
York.
Schr.HitueC Luce, Neal, Dari’o.
NO RIGHT 70 UGLINESS.
The womau who is lov.ly in face,
form and temje', will always have
friends, but one who would be attract
ive must keep her Lealib. If she is
wesk, siokly and all run down, she
will b nervous and Sirritsble, If she
baa constipation or kidney truubie,
her impure blood will oau a e pimples,
blotches, akin eruptions, and a wretch
ed oomph xion. E'eotric Bitters ia the
beat mad cine in the world to regulate
stomach, .liver aod kidneys, and in
purify the blood. It gives strong
cervts, bright eyes, smooth, velvery
akin, rich complexion. It wll make
a good-1 lokitig, charming woman of a
run-down invalid. ODly 60 oeii'.s *i
•ll drug at ret.
GENERAL DEAD
London, August 21 -Gn r l O C.
Stbu zec, a leading Boer oommsnder,
died today at Krugersdo p of w u da
received in battle.
If you have a baby in the house, you will wish
to know tne boßt way to check any unusual
looseness of the howels, or diarrhoea so com
mon to children. O. P. M. Holliday, of Doming,
Ind., who has an eleven months’ old child, says:
“Through the months of June and July our
baby was teething and took a running of the
bowels and sickness of the stomach. His bow
els would move from five to eight times a day
t had a bottle of Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house, aud gave
him four drops in a teaspoonful of wa er and
he got better at once." For sale by Dr. Bishop’s
dreg store.
It’s only natural for a fellow to feel
cheap when hia salary baabien re
duced.
VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS
Are grand, but akin eruptions rob
life of joy. Buckleo’s Arnica Salve
ourea them; also, old, running and fe
ver sores, nloers, boils, felons, corns,
warts, outs, bruises, burrs, scalds,
chapp'd bands, chilblains. Bast pile
curs oa earth. Drives out pains and
aobes. Only 25 cents a box. Curs
guarantied. Sold by all druggists.
Now is the time to make the old suit
do its best. See Jim Carter.
A woman says the rain is toofamil
iar when it begins to patter on the
back.
The wolf in the fable put on sheep’s clothing
because If he traveled on his own reputation
he couldn't accomplish his purpose. Counter
feiters of DeWitt’s Witch H&iel Salve couldn't
sell their worthless salves on their merits, so
they put them in boxes and wrappers like De-
Witt’s, Look out for them. Take only De-
Witt’s Witch Hatel Salve. It cures piles and
a'l skin diseases. W.J. Butts,
When in need, call on J.
W. Watkins. He loans mo
ney on personal property.
Finest line of groceries to be had, at
W. H. DeVoe’s.
CASTORIA
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which lias beea
in use for over 30 years, has home the signature of
/p and has been made under his per-
SjP sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
AU Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good” are hut
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORS A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Naraotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates I lie Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy aud natural sleep.
The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Fi-isml.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears th.3 Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CENTAUR COMPANY, 77 MURRAY STREET, NEW YORK CITY.
T. O’CONNOR G. L. PITCHER
RiANCE.
FIRE. STORM, ACCIDENT, MARINE-
T O’CONNOR & CO
310 NEWCASTLE STREET.
A “•SEKJS SHORTER COLLEGE, S„ A .
i ■■ ' Situation beautiful. Climate delightful and invigorating. Health record ' i
i 4 unparalleled. Home comforts, careful supervision. Young girls received. All I
> live with the faculty in llie college. Building worth $150,000 Equipment 1 1
i / ,i *• excellent, well appointed laboratories, good gymnasium, etc. Faculty, large, 1
1 I *’*''feJra&r ESt* an ' l composed of aide and experienced professors, <'oure* extensive and i
i *■ -jgfV A thorough, in line with those given in the leading universities. A large Endow-
I * 77A£CTLWbjT -fed ment, ensuring students superlative advantages at moderate cost. The Trustees 1
' jffFffikff | |,T ini l i gf ' ;Sa iT grants mini her of scholarships to deserving young ladies. Art and Elocution i
i" I 1 it r7 l ~T l l departments ably conducted. Muale Faculty unsurpassed in America; musical 1 1
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PLANT SYSTEM
PASSENGER DEPARTMENT.
BEAD DOWN ‘ ' ' BEAD Up
no. 87 no. 8 Time .ab e no. ss. no. o
Passenger Mixed NO. 35 enger j Mixed '.!!!!!!!...*
Effective Sunday, Daily. Daily
Daily. Daily. May 27 12:01 am
V* A VV A. YOKOfiiJJ A aVIOaN rGUAIiiiKY. "
VIA SAVANNAH AN D CHARLESTON.
822 am 7 25pm.. Ar Richmond Lv 6 48pm 9 05am . ..
820 am.. 103 am.. Ar Baltin ore Lv 146 pm 266 am
Direct connection made at Wavcross with throi n Pullman 81e ping Cars roi Savannah
Charleston, and all points North; also foi Montj.< msry, Birmlngh t n, Nashville, St. Louis
and all points West,
Reeling chair ca s between Waycrose and Montgomery via Thomasville.
Between Port Tampa. Key West and Havana.
GOING. I RETURNING.
Lv Port Tampa 10 00 pm Mon. Thors. Sat. I Lv Tlavana 2 80 pm Mon. Wed. and Sat
Ar Key West 30) pm Tues. Fri. Sun lAr Key West 900 pm Mon. Wed. and Sat
Lv Key West 900 pm Tues. Fri. Sunday ILv Key West 10 0j p. m. Mon. Wid. and S*t
Ar Havana 6 00 am Wed. Sat Mon I Ar Port Tampa 2 30 am Tues. Thar.and Sun..
8. R. KNOTT, Vice President, Savannah, Ga.
W.B. DENHAM, GEO. W, COATES, B. W. WRINN
General Supt Division Pass. Agent. Pass. Traffic Mgr
savannah. Ga Brunswick, Ga. Savannah, Ga

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