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The Brunswick times-call. [volume] (Brunswick, Ga.) 1900-1902, October 12, 1900, Image 8

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You have Watches, Clocks
OTi Jewelry broken, bring
them to me and I will
put them in first class order,
at the very lowest price
consistent with careful, first
class work. Our 20 years’
experiencefit us for the finest
and most difficult jobs. .
All work is fully er, —'“ Lcsea -
We also fit Glasses to any and all Eyes, and
guarantee a perfect adjustment.
We carry a fine line of Jewelry and Silverware
of all kinds, and your
inspection.
KENNON MOTT,
Jeweler and Graduate Outioian.
.15 Newcastle Street, %
Inspector o( W!che lor Southern Railway. Time by Wire ilal tropin WssMogtsa
CHINESE RESTAURANT,
ESTBmffED im:L .
CHUE HALL, Propriatfir ,
Toucan get tlie best the market affords by eatiris“£ere
2IS GRANT ©T.
db.moffetts motion,
ffIBfIttTIIIIA SSsi
\£*§sw JL (Teething Powders) X, >. TEETWNAlffiltvthe Bow
ASA^Vr~ V , * . ' _ Trouble...* CMd™, o
- Costs only 25 cents at Druggists, any age.
|Khjjl Or mail ib cent. to C, J, NIOFFETt, M.D..BT. LOUIS, f
BOYS’ SHIRT WAISTS
S -JSP „ '
Another, lot Boys’
75 cents and SI.OO
Laundered Shirt
Waists—one week
48c. .
New
Ladies’
l Evy|-'
THE BRUNSWICK 71MES-CALL. OCTOBER 12, 1900.
ECZEMA’S
iTOH IS TORTURE.
Eczema la caused by aa acid humor la
the blood coming In contact with the
■kin and producing greet redness and In
flammation j little pustular eruption* form
and discharge a thin, sticky fluid, which
dries and scales off; sometime* the skin U
hard, dry and fissured. Eczema in any
form is a tormenting, stubborn disease,
and the itching and burning at times are
almost unbearable; tbe acid burning
humor seem* to ooze out and set tbe skin
on fire. Salves, washes nor other exter
nal application* do any real good, for as
long as tbe poison remains in the blood
it will keep the skin irritated.
BAD FORM OF TETTER .
h*&T y e * r * I srfSt,
hands, which caused
them to *weli to twice Bomb.
their natural Mae. Part
of lae time the cUaease juLjjzgU u
wai inthe fown of run- * lfSt 1
ning aorea, very pain- 1
ful, and causing me O
much dlacom/ort Four , wJffA
doctors Haiti the Tetter & LwHSfc;'*'
ha-1 too far
me. 11 -ok only fin ee
was completely cured..
Tbit waa fifteen yea re
ago, end I have never *' y
•mce ween any sign of mv old trdlible.** —Mu*,
I. B Jac/Uo*, 1414 McGee &t., Kauaas City, Ma
8. S. S. neutralizes this add poison,
cools the blood And restores it to a healthy,
natural state, and the rough, unhealthy
•kin becomes soft, smooth and clear,
£%2k dSfo* A cures Tetter. Bry-
SSS^^Js
Ml oned condition of the
—'bod. Send for our book and write tu
about your jcasr. Our physicians have
made these diseases a life study, and can
help yon by their advice; we make no
charge for this service. All correspondence
is conducted in strictest confidence.
TNI SWIFT moirtc CO, ATLANTA, QA.
CHEAP ADVERTISING,
CASH IN ADVANCE
Ailrsrtisciaeuu in this column will 1> fann
ed st tbe uni form rate of One Cent a Weed %
esch fctssjjlon. No. advertisement, fcthvWs*
moll, lee. nten,SO corns. Cash in adrsboe, SL
■V
WANTED-3*o buy a good h-si'se.
Addreei A, oars this office
FOli KENT—Three room collage.
Apply to All Howea-re^t.
EQIV KENT-My oficfte at 2:2 Vr>
Inn street, Modern improvement-. Ap
plflo J, D. Si^s.
cottage, IR) ss>lfs street. Apply to W.,
■ f -'}■. * ‘
WAN TjtJß—C o I "rtqt *A, sober a oil
trustw'.nßyS tupiHpsre It traveling.
|3O a maeth" aod nil.expenses to begin.
A’leaae enolose self-stlfiyessed envelope.
President MsolJrsdy, 366 Dearborn,
Chicago
WVvvv. --.)Uyk. iscjißjpjy,, soMb4mj3yj
Hustling young man can make
per month snd '*p#ises.
position. unnecessary*
Write quick for partwQlara, Gi*ri#sP
Uo., ft) & Jjuou. Street*.
nhis. Pa.
\Y.\N TED.—CftfistiaTi man or wo
rusD willing to qualify for permanent
position of trust, here or in home
coon y. 1900 yearly, Kudos? <te!f
addreeard stamped envelope to Secre
tary, care of Timkc-Oaix
■ . w-.".—. ■ ■ ' ——.
f EOK *BAl,E,—Hillery Island, sit-
U|te ( and on Turtle river, contaiulsg 3i' a
acres of high land, tollable for truck
ing or poultry railing; about 15 acres
cleared ; good Arhing and oyster beds
srouhd the Island. Also, Island View,
oontiing 80 acres, more or lese, situ
ated OD G bson and Ferrises' oretie*,
six urea of which is under new wire
fence; Tft to 100 pear trees, sr.-d lm
provfmsnts on further in
formation, apply to K, Jos. D.tcrfivr
ger, 316 Union street.
Ml
Jew!
Large Oval Cans
MACKEREL
with Tomato
Sauce,
per can
20C.
G. W. HARPER,
THE HUSTLER.
PHON E 158.
GFJ. EVANS
WONTACCEPT
Notified He Could Be
Adjuiant Geuerai
fill IIPOEIfIIf CMENCf
The Race Has Now Narrow
ed Down to Four
Candidates.
Atlvma, Oct. 11.—At * conferenoe
yesterday in tbs executive office at tbe
cspitoi, at which both GDvsroor
ler and G-oerst Clement A - Evan* were
the i ffie- of adjutant
made vacant by the death of General
Mclmtosb K-lt, was tendered to Gen-
eral Evans. It Is understood that the
offer of appointment was refused by
General Evan*, whose - am- has been
mont-oned repea-tdiy for the pltoe,
but who has never filed an application.
“There are a number ofcooeidera
tions,” said General Evan., after tbe
conference, “that would deter me frrna
accepting -.he appointment of adjutant
general. Il iwever, tha effio# lea tine
one, and offers the Inducement to the
successful applicant of improving cue
, of Ina most important departments of
Die 9ae government—the military, ’
Miny of thg friends of General Ef
-‘*3 tufc i.
so* bays b-en urging him to apply Up
tli flies, confident that bis splendid,
• mt itary record in tbe Confederate ser-
*vlo*/tagetß With the court dance fell
in him by the militia of tbe S'ate,
eouid Dad to his seleoflon by the
governor without dr]sy- On being no
tified, however, -hat be could get the
if Jus desired, General Evans In-
tite governor, It is undt rstood,
oduld not accept it.
Gossip has it that the race )ias.nar
rowed down to feur men—lospeainr
Georsl O’Bear, Acting Adjutant Gen
ersl Byrd, Captain Goodloe Vapcey
and 0, L J. W, R iberson.
Stops me Cough
ani wor| off the Cold.
• Laxative itumoiQalalae TabMs cure s cold
in one day. $0 Cuts'. Me ray.' Price a:, cents
GEITING TOGETHER.
Secrdlarr Ljiig aad Steel Companies
JJoJcNa Timber Con fere roe.
I-, -.
\Va*h'.nstou, Q.t. 11.—Sooreliiry
L ng ha had auo’.h'r coufMvnie with
the reproseatativca of the Bethlehem
■and Carnegie steel companies respect*
• jr'
tPR the placing ot contract* for sls iiOO,-
000 wo th of 'ffi.ir plate for he navy.
Th; cmference lasted u arly en h nr
While It was not conclusive In its re
sults the par ies to It were e ch and all
under the impression that they
had sue.ceded iu getting i eart-r to one
another, while, as far as the navy de
that there is no longer the necessity
confronting it of building an armor
plant, which was the alternative pro
vided in the act of congress io the
event of failure to secure armor from
the private makers at the prices named
in the act.
This Is tlie season when mothers are alarmed
on aivount of cronp. It is rjulekly cored by
One Minute Cough Core, which children like t >
take. VV. J. Butts.
For sprains, swellings and* lameness there is
nothing so good as Chamberlain’* Pain Balm.
Try It. For sale at Dr. Bishop’s drug store
Disinfect Your Homes.....
Choloro - Naptholeum,
A Safegua and to Disease.
We Sell in Anv Quantity.
W J BUTTS, The Druggist?
“On the Corner.”
; 1 YOU LOOKiHG FOR MldfH
| W- arc sure we are not and what is more we want to make as little
for you as possible and to tbt end we make it a rule to sell drugs and
chemicals t vat are the purest obtainable at tbe fairest prices By so
I doing we save you running a mile or so out of yonr way to obtain some
thing better elsewhere. We are in a position to demonstrate tbe truth
of our assertion by any fair trial.
HE IS A WISE MAN
Who judge* goods on the'r merits entirely and n -t by what is said of
them. What we say about our drugs and druggists' sundries. We say
; for the express purpose of having people inquire into our statements
f and judge for themselves as to the merits of the articles in question,
i Our policy is to invite inspection at all times. We don't care who
avoids it, we are always pleaed to face ihe issue and stake our reputa
tion on our ability to prove the superiority of our goods.
ao ™Fok Nunnally’s Candies
BRCTWtt DRUG ca
LEADING DRUGGISTS.
Ckf! Summer
• 6argainSiN
A clearance sa ! e to make room for new goods.
1 Parlor ru'f, 5 pieces, worth S4O, in s2B. .eSSs
1 Oak Refrigera’ ir, w rtb S2O. now sls.
l Oak Bed Room Suite, ;•! piece*. worth $25, now SIS
itsd Loong'S, worth $lO, now sl2. JlLil&drJf- / --C iJfrlL
Centre Table* 50 ceuta to $6. —i
Ire Dream Kr.oaers worth $2.50 at $1 88. ;
A large assortment of Sideboards,* Cupboards }|jp ; j
Prices Below the Market. ljl|l|l
S, MoOAiVEY. W.
LOOK THE WORLD OVER
AND YOT CAN T BEAT
ft>i? Of A!f" pWPIWV
Whisky /
SI.OO PER QUART ; $4.00 PER GALLON.
NOT MADE BY A TRUST* .
I- Trager & Cos,, Independent Distillers.
Sold Exclusively in Braunswick by
FR.Jj V-S DOUGLASe
206*Bav Street.

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