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■lll 1 ■ ill HI Bit tli Nans of Tlioss Wlia Are to bi Tr U Have Not Beea Given oit bj ttie Officials. A general oourtmartial baa been ordered to naeemble at Savannah on the 27th of August to try mob persona as may be brought before it. The offioUls in tt-e adjutant gener al’s ollloe refuse to giye the names ot any of the people to be put on trial or the nature of the charges against them. Th°y give as a reason for not giving out the information, however, taying that It would effect the pro gress of the court to give the names of the offenders before the court meets. It is not known whether or not there will bo any commissioned < tli oers on trial, but, judging frum the make-up of the court, which consists of several high commlsaiontd cffloera, it ia beijeved that there are some tpioy charges to be aired. The court will probably be in eea aion for several days, aud it is eaid tbat it will dear up the military atmosphere around Savannah. There has been considerable correspondence between the adjutant general and the Savannah cfllcera recently, and it is believed that military obaunels in Savannah are iu a wrangle about something. Lieutenant David Barrow,of Savan nah, a prominent young attorney, is judge advocate of the oourt. Lieuten ant Colonel Thomas S. Wyliy is presi dent of the body. The session of the oourtriiartial will be held in the armory of the Sivannah Volunteer [Guards, and will be con ducted aooording to the ru'es pre asribed for oourtmartial in the United Slates army regulations. The following order has been issued by (be adjutant general calling for the session and appointing the (Ulcers who are to compose the tribunal: “Speoial Orders, No. 161. '*l. A general oourtmartial is ap pointed to meet at Savannah, Ga., at 8 p, m., August 27, 1960, or as soon thereafter as practicable, for tlio trial of suob persons as may be properly brought before it. DETAIL FOB THE COURT. “Lieutenant Colonel Thoms* S. Wyliy, Jr., First infantry. “Major Thomas Screven, First in fantry. “Captain I’atriok F, Gleason, First infantry. “Captain Charles H. Richardson, First infantry. “Second Lieutenant Oeorge 11, Rich- The Quakers Are Honest People. tThe Quaker Herb Ton ic is not only a blood purifier, but a Blood m a k er for Pale, Weak ami Debilitated people who have not strength nor blood. Itacteasn tonic, it regulates di gestion, cures dyspepsia and lends strength and - -■ i tone to the nervous sys tem. It is a medicine for weak women. It is a purely vegetable medicine, and can be taken by the most delicate. Kidney 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. Price SI.OO. QUAKER PAIN BAI.M 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, Pain in Bowels; in fact, all pain can be relieved by it. Price 2">o and 50c. QUAKER WHITE WONDER SOAP, a medicated soap for the skin, scalp and complexion. Price 10c a cake QUAKER HEALING SALVE, a vegetable ointment for the cure of tetter, eczema and eruptions of the skin. Price 10c a box. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS F. A. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor, Cincinnati. Folhill's Drug Store ter, First infantry. “First Lieutenant David C. Barrow, First infantry, judge advocate. “A greater number cf < Ulcers o moot be assembled without injury to the service. “Immediate example being neiee •ary, the oourt will sit w.thout regard to hours. “By oommai.d of the governor. “PHILL G. BYRD, “Acting Adjutant General, G. S T.” The oourtmartial ia the only way the officers have if rect fy lug matters, and it may he ihat several others will be convened in a short time. There are various matters arising in all the regiments that have to be set tled occasionally, and the courtmertial ie the only method by which it can be done. It has been several monlbs sir.se s court marital baa been in ses-inn in Georgia, the last ore being held in Atlanta, when a number of the m'litia men were discharged from tlie State for raidiog stores in a certa n town in North Carolina, while en route borne from New York . Woman is often referred to by inau “doubling his joys and halving bis sorrows.” That may be complimentary, but It would seem to he rather hard on the woman. For in plain terms it means that whore things are going well with the man,his wife makes them go better. But when tilings are going ill with him, he expects the wife to share half his burden. And there's more truth than poetry in this presentation of masculine selfishness. Men don't appreciate the fact that the strain of motherhood atone ia a burden higgor than all the loads that re t upon male shoulders. They see the wife grow lb n, pale, nervous and worn without a thought that she is over-burdened. Among the pleasant letters received by Dr Cioree are those from husbands who have waked up bofore it was too late to the crushing burdens laid upon the wife, and in the search for holp have found In Dr. Pierce's Favorite’ Prescription a restorative which lias given back to the mother the health of the maiden and the maiden’s happiness. “Favorite Prescription’’ always hoips, and almost always cures. It has perfectly cured ninety-eight out of every hun dred who have used it wlteu afllicted with dis enses peculiar to women. A woman says Die ram is too famii iar when it begins to patter on the back. Usd Drinking Water —Every one suffers . greatly from the different kinds of water he is compelled to drink, and nothirg is so likely to bring on an attaok cf diarrhoea. Perry Davis’ Pain Killer is the only safe, Quick and sure cure for it, cramps and cholera morbus. Avoid substitutes—there is but one Pain- Ktlzsr, Perry Da v s’. Price 250 and 500. Some people deb for oompliments with bated breath. The laws of health require that the bowels move once each (lay, and one of the , enalties for violating this law is piles, Keep your bow els regular by taklug a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets w hen necessary aud yon will never have that severe punishmen Inflicted upon you. Trice, 2.1 cents. For sale by Bishop's drug store WANTED —One large unfurnished room by a single gentleman; prefer room in private residence; references furnished, Address D, care T.mes- Csll. FOR SALE —Cheap, handsome fur niture. L, Times-Call. CASTORIA. Bears the a 11m Urf You Han Always Bsi# Dont throw away the old suit until I you have teen .1 un Carter. THE BRUinsWICK TIMES-CALL, AUGUST 25, 1900. T THE i [ HARDEST WORKERS Have spells of “tired feeling” now and then. This feeling is caused by some derangement in the stomach, liver kidneys or bowels, and must be removed before the natural vigor and buoyancy of spirits can be restored. PRICKLY ASH RITTERS quickly corrects the dis turbance, purifies the bowels, helps digestion and sends the blood tingling through the veins, carrying life and renewed energy throughout the system. SOLD BY DRUCCISTB. L PRICE, SI.OO. I W. J. Butts, Special Apnt. WOMEN CONDUCTORS. Wichita, Kansas, Aug. 24.—A novsl met bod of formally opening tbe new afreet car line from here to Fairmount has been decided 00. Tbe opening day will be entirely in charge of wofnen, who will aot aa conductors, tbe pro ceeds to go to charity, Tbe promoters of tbe occasion are the Welles’ Cirole of the King’s D .ugbtera and tbe Chil dren’s Heme, The scheme has attraotn ed much attention in this vicinity as an instance of well pleased philan thropy. VOLCANIC ERUPTIONS Are grand, but skin eruptions rob life of joy. Buckleo’s Arnica Stive cures them; a!so, old, running and fe ver sores, uloerg, boils, felons, corns, warts, outs, bruises, burns, soaids, chapped hand a , chilblains. Best pile cure on earth. Drives out pains and aches. Only 25 cents a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all druggists. It’s only natural for a fellow to feel cheap wb°n bis saltry has been re duced. If you have a baby in the house, you will wish to know tne best way to check any unusual looseness of the bowels, or diarrhoea so com mon to childrcu. O. r. M. Holliday, of Demlug, I lid., 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 aud sickness of the stomach. His bow els would move from five to eight times a day I had a bottle of Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house, and gave him four drops in a teaspoonful of wa er and he got better at once.” For sale by Dr. Bishop's dreg store. When in need, call on J. W. Watkins. He loans mo ney on personal property. Jim Carter represents Wanamaker. THE RIFLE CONTENT. Tern.. From Ail Over G o gia We] Tk P r Tie arproaebieg litle icon e-t r> Aviinilal- r ng l , S pi*. 3 aid 4. unde he au p.ce* of i lie S a’e in |r m, i'! o tie biggest mi liary iv nt f lie v-ar in Georgia. Colonel G orge T. atir, who is to have ctmrgr of tbr hoot, w>ll in a few days le-ue an nr (er giv ng the final and, t> 11 aid ag' - g'beiffic-rs who aie 'o s-ei-t hio .•I their sever 1 position?. This mil’ arj evriii 1,. a'Daned a't’iui r all ter th- S at-, and G. In: ei Oat n ro ■.a assurances tbat something 1 ke 3<> earns w 1 be on the range dur.ng the wo days if the contra . This will r<- quire that 16 learns work b ir way var the ra-ge at one time, with pos silly ten men on the skirmsh line, 'hat would require ibe pre ence ot 17 i fillers on tbe range, ekoh man Ir charge of 8 fini g rqusd. It is 'o be seen that it it> no little thug to pul ff an event of tbia character. C (lone! Cann baa heard from mili tary org.n zaliora in all .icionsol Georgia that announo their tr 'e ’tior of cum g hereto enitr teams. From the present u lnuk there will b“ two teams each fiom Waycros , A bary aid Allan's, aid t-ama from Bruns w 1 rk, Valdoeta, Thcmaavill •, Cu t.ber'. Fort Gaines, Americua, Haitibr dge, Culumbu’, Macon, Augusta, States boro, and Liberty oounty. B tid u s this, them will be tbe Savam ah t.i m , consia'ing of one from eaoh company in tbe F rst regiment of iofnn'rj, the Naval reserves, the Chatham Art Pe ry, rut iht G orgia Hussars. Tins ig going to make tbe contingent s tine one, and (bi- shoot, it ia believed, ill reguil in increased in erest in military events in Georgi -. The Cnarles Marks medal, v liicb is to be cootes’ed for at tbia shoot for tbe llret t me,will be epeo to a t> r m o' live men making ibe highest. >cores, without regard to team in tbe mm pany matches, by shooting at the 200, 300, 600 aid 600 yard ranges, five shote at eaoh range, and ten ahots on the skirmish. A revolver match has also just b en ariarged. This ia open to teams from any regiment, battalion or oompany, (infantry, cavel'y, artillery, or naval reserve,) using 38 or 46-calibre revol vers, wi h service eights, and not Lea than three-pound trigger pull, at 50 yards, at an eleplioal bulleeye target, ten abote to eaob mao , ammunition original.-Savannah Press. NO RIGHT 10 UGLINESS. The woman who is lovely in face, fotm and tempo', will always have friends, but one wbo would be attract ive must keep ber health. If sbe is weak, sickly and all run down, sbe will bs nervous and firriuble, If sbe has constipation or kidney trouble, ber impure blood will cause pimples, blotchee, skin eruption*, and a wretch ed complexion, E'ectric Bitters is tbe best medioioe io tbe world to regulate •tomacb,'liver and kidneys, and to purify tbe blood. It gives strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich complexion. It will mske a good-1 loking, charming woman of a run-down invalid. Only 50 oeots at all drug storea. Southern Railway announces rate of one dollar for round trip to Savan nah every Sunday tickets limited to date of sale. Notice is givsn that no baggage will be checked on excur sion tickets sold at rate of $1 for round trip via Southern Railway: NOTICE. Dr. C. M. Gowen will ba absent from the city for a month. Now is the time to make tbe old suit do its best. See Jim Carter. [9OO Drops] CASTORIA AVcgetable PreparationforAs similating iltcFood andßegula ting the Stomachs and Bowels of iNFANIs/C HiLbKEN Promotes Digestion,Cheerful ness and Rest. Contains neither Opium. Morphine nor Mineral. Not^Narc6tic. //tape afOUJDrSAMCELPITCHen fam/Jun SeuL~ \ Abe. Senna * ) ReAuMe Sails - I Anise Seed. *■ 1 Mrm,Se+d- l ttqrthtdSiigqr ma*y/**t Flavor. / Aperfecl Remedy forConstipa lion. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. Alb inonlliV old J) Dosi S 7 MS EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. TANARUS, O’CONNOR G. L. 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The Trustees J.j I f t fcd ' j'.W - grant a nuniher of scholarships to deserving yi’iing ladies Art and Elix’Utlon / i 5 lMa] departments ably conducted >1 ulc Fitfully unsurpassed in America; musical \ J w ■ Ssv**®!ihll equipment excel It-lit. A PRIZE PIANO (gift of a generous friend of V ! WMiJSm :7* iU* .jf. fc J BpIBOBSMI education,, to he awarded for the lies! work I Ins is nt u n-t liouaitiid-dollHr l l*H\ i* Plano -perhaps the grandest musical prize ever offered r_: * 1 iu an y *’ollege hi the world During the past term all space was tilled. Young f”: I I f ß **-- ladies would do well to make early application for admission in September. ' 1 -- - Write President Simmons for a catalogue, which will he sent free, postpaid. V PLANT SYSTEM PASSENGER DEPARTMENT. .77777777 read~lh>wn “ ” ' head Tip 77777777 No. 87 NO.SB. Tim© T&bi© : No. 88 NO. O Passenger Mixed NO. 35 5 11 a enger | Mixed j ..... Effective Sunday, Daily. Daily !!7! 77 Daily. Daily. May 27 12:01 am ...... 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