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The Brunswick Times. Zatabliabad 1818. The Brunswick Call. Zntablithed liE Tk Brunswick TimesCail, COKSOI.IUATED Ado. FuMUbed *VKKV MOUSING EXCEIT MOSPAT. fiJtYHUS H. LEAVY - - - - - Editor KOI.AND A. OTLIIKS, Bnniceiß Manager n.wTow l In Oglethorpe Block . 211 IT Street y riou. J IBL.Kf'HOMIC NO SI. iTO SUBSCRIBERS: BahrOTflirni nre requmgalJ. notify the office Wtuta they (all logit of the Tlroee- OarL AUentiou iv tl*to iiiSHcr will be eppre iwd by the |>uliliticra. The Timea-Cull will 'be Delivered by earner or tr ail, per year. 85.00; per week 15 Mute Correipottdecce on live subjects aeUciuMl. Beal name of writer ehoold ac eempany eame. Subscriptions payable in advance, Failure to receive paper tkonld be reported to tbe buiicett cfl.te. Adtlren all •omtunnication* to THE TI.VICB-CAL!„ Brunswick, Ua. NOTICE. Hereiftc* a’l le;al sdverti-e --rnenU must bo paid f..r atte* the first insertion. Th management has been put to a great de-,1 cf trouble ami delay In collecting in the past, hid in futur j must lake advantage of the Oe..rnin lav on this subject Oot. 10, liiOO, Bimstritic Ticket - <o^ For President, William Jennings Bryan. For Vice President. Adlal E. Stevenson. For Electors of the Preaident and Vioe President of the United States: For Electors Stale at Large, Augustus DuPont Fulton Colville, For Elector First Onrgrußional Dißt, \V. W. Sheppard. For Elector Second Congressional Diet G.W. I’ulwood. For Elector Third Congressional Dist W. C. Nottingham. For Elector Fourth Congressional Dist 13. F. McLaughlin, For Elector Fif'.h Congressional Dist. Edgar Lat hatn. For Ejector Sixth Congressional Diet. J. M. Strickland. For Elector Seventh Congressional Dist J. P. Jackoway. For Elector Eighth CongresslonalJDUt A. G. MeOurry, For Elector Ninth Congressional Dist. J. ,1. Kitney. For Elector Tenth Congressional Dist. T. E Massengale For 4 Elcctor lllh Congressional Dist, A. E. Cochrau. For Representative tn Fifty-Seventh Congress, U. S., From Eleventh Conginssional District, William G. Brantley. Georgia in the scene of fairs an 1 Wore fairs. Money versus wanhoiJ, Which; is the most powerful? After Tuesday the “I toid you so’ will be abroad m the land. Senator told a party < t politic'ana in lndiHuopolis tome days •go that bo feared It would he a Rrysn landslide. Cumin,: from a rank re- j publican, this ia indeed encouraging. i DO YOUR DUTY TODAY. It is the patriotic duty of every democrat to go to the polls today and cast a ballot for all the nominees of the democratic party. Ae M*. Brantley’s home county !t e democra's thould lave a larger vote In proportion to po.utalion than any other conn y in the district, and we can easily get this t y a lit le work to day end .hereby getting out. tur full st eag’h. Laying a. Me tbe n .Atonal issues we must woik from a local stundufflnt to day on ‘h’s Krauilsy m j ti v end, make it one cf which ell ci'. zeng chuuld fee! proud. We are looking :o our coigressman for many thiots amour the tiener te log an kcre.sel ep,,roptia!ioo for a public bu'ldlng and money for iur bar fa r, and let It not bo caid that the peo ple tf bis Up in 3 coun'y wer s Isx In h a i e-elec lon. Show that we have confidence So him by & largo vote. . • THE ELECTION TODAY. Both ths great political parties ate confident cf vie ory t day and if tboae wboare in position* to know are at var iance what can far ia,ected of sople who on'y have the newspapers to guide them. A deraoerat'o journal will show that Brian b.yond a doubt Laa th ; election woe, aul t a republican paper will cla m victory for McKiulev and g.ve ju*t as good riavcoi as the ether. Chalman Jones is c n'ldeat and Cbalrmon Hanna is su: e. But the vo:es today will toll the tale and wo now have only a tew hours to wait for the truth. 11 money took no part in tie elea- tion, it would be an easy Biyan victory but as this seems to be the power, the democrats must work to land their candidate. Money it very power ful, especially in a polltloul campaign. This little remark ot Senator Scott will make many votes for Bryan: “Right here I want to sav that 1 be lieve tn trusts; they are a good thing. The Standard 0,1 Company put in its pipe lines to all the small towns where oil is produoed, aud if it was not for the Standard Oil Company this pros perity that We have woijjd upt bo there today.” The Brantley rally la-t night was a £t>ii one end we want to thank the peo ple for their attendance. Mt, Brantley appreciated tbe large audience which went tnr hear his lget speech of ‘be cam patgn. The Ti.us- Cali will have complete returns tomorrow and Brunswtakkns will not have to wait for the out ol town papers to get the lesult state by state and arranged in good reading shape Chicago is yery much worried be cause a large number of the society women drink; The Woman's Chris tian Temperance .Union should send o Jt an army of invasion. It Is a wonder the republicans are not claiming Georgia and Texas. They are trying to take everything else in sight. The question la: Men or money. Tuesday will piove which ia the most powerful, j Betting on the Cleveland. Blaine election was three to one and the lit ,tle end of lb-> bet won. BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL. NOVEMBER 6,19C0. Many a woman dresses to go out, feel* irresolute, sits down, and falls into a fit of despondent musing. Ask her what’a the matter, and ahe'U probably answer "Just the blues.” Ana what are the blhes? Only another name, in general, for a disordered liver and a diseased stomach. Cleanse th liver, heal tlur stomach, purify the blood, and there’ll be no more blues. It con be done by tire rise of Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery. This medicine puts the <B*- eased organs of digestion and nutrition into a condition of sound health. It eliminates from the blood all Impure and poisonous substances, and cleanses tbe clogged liver- It contains neither al cohol nor narcotics. I hd liver complaint for the past fifteen year*, complicated with .lyapepfft and gilt •tones,", wriitJ Mra. N. Bernier, of f.i Him be. Oshkosh, Wle. "I doctored with seven of one prominent doctors, and not one or alt of them nave done me the good, Wot began to do what your medicines have. I have used three books of Dr, Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery, one vial of Ilia • Pleasant Pellets,* and one hotair of Dr. pierre*s Favorite Prescription, arid’ has gained about eighteen pounds since I Bret twma to take these remedies." Dr. Tierce's Pellets cure biUoupucss, ■Kjfsr * r ADVERTSgp> The following is a list of letters re mslulng lo tbe postofflee at Bwin B ... V s Jf ’ .**! wick, Gi., unclaimed, for the *0 eudyjg Oct. 85, 1900. A- Mrs. Arms^jpg. B—Livziipt Bivens, Collin BrwWi;' ’ . . 'P | C— Charlio C@reet ius. " >. .<* * Sy? D—Miss Grace Duval. G—Mias Sarah F, Granr % Gaddy. * f. H-W. K.Hill, Mrs.G. E. Hander son, C: 11. Haratber, Miss Virginia Holmes, Miss Minute Homey, Willis Hill’ Mias Julian Hicks. w, it .■'w* J—Gus Jobnaoo, vVe*ley jonaf, las. Johnson, Mrsr'Celia Johnson K-W. W. Kizer. L—Jessie Lemon, 2; Will Low, Miss Dianna Livingston, Israel L'ndsay, Mrank Lyons. M—Oscar Matthews, Martha 51c- Done, Adam Mclntosh, AVillie Mo' Donal, Frank Glxon, O—D. Y. Omen. E—Week Alford Peilos. li—James Ross. B— Elias Sciutcfatnv, Mrs. M.o&ie L Sbreots. T—Miss Doshla Taylor. Charlie ■td - iC’ Thomas, Mrs. Ko-a Thorton. * W—H. U, Williams, Mrs. Lon Wil liams, Kdilis White, Richard Wing,' Miss Georgian Wallice, Edwin Wil liams, Elisham Watson. Don't fall lo give us proper notice I when you move. Don't expect us to keep up with your clange of address without notification. Don’t oome to the city arid accepts position and expect u* to send your mail around, or put it in your employ- We Receive^ By every steamer new and up-to-date goods, comprising the latest styles in J H HELLER &^BROS., 314: Newcastle St-. Between C. McGarvey's and|Thomas Keaney. er’s box without giving us notice. Don't expect your mall delivered by carrier, and be In a box at the same ■ .-nr 7 ■ - time. ; F. McC. Bkown, Postmaster *' i.i.. , a ’ ... " • Election returns by wire at the PnoeoixClub tonight. TO THE LADIES. Mrs. L. L, Reese.of the liecker-Jones Jewell Company will arrive in the city this morning for the purpose ot show ing the ladies of Btunswiek the excel lent goods of this company. Mra. Heese will be at J . K. Cornelius’ groc ery 118 A sweet, opposite the Ogle thorpe hotel all of today and all the ladles are invited to call and eat flap jack cakes made from Heckeis prepara tions. Election i eturns at the op era house tonight. CURES BLOOD AND SKIN TROUBLES. Trill Treatment Free, ! ( Is yonr blood pari? Are you suie ‘ef it? Da cuts or soratobes heal slow ly? IktW yonr skin itch or burn? Have you Pimples? Eruptions? Aob- Ing bones or back? Eczema? Old Sores? /J Boils? Scrofula? Rheuma tism? 'Foul Breath? Catarrh? Are Syou pale? Then B. B. B. (Botanic Rfood Balm) will purify yonr blood, heal every sore, and give a clear, smooth, healthy skia. Deep-seated sspa, like nicer*, cancer, eating sores, Swellings, Blood Poison, are jjuickly cured by Botanic Blood Balm. purea.when.all else fail*. Thoroughly W*m* thirty years. Drugstores, ~|l perjSffrge bottle. Trial treatment free by writing BLOOD BALM CO„ Atlanta, T Oi. Describe trouble—free medical advice given. Over 3,000 vol untary teaiimontaU pf cures by B. returns at the op era house'tonight. i a=w Gomulete _ My ;v : ' . . tf* w OF if m is Ms which I now have on exhibition m AND EXAMINE. Tli. i Winter, THE TAILOR, 311 Newcastle St. OO I>RPsl AVtgelablePreparalionforAs ling the Stomachs and Bowels of Infants/( hildrln Promotes Digestion,Cheerful ness ahdßest.Contains neither Ojiium Morpluae norMiuexai. Not Narcotic. /at?c afOUfirsutmiPtraan HmqJcM Scul- \ Mx.Swut * i AUfJUir- I Atue S*fl t f YSmta* \ ) ApcrTecl Remedy for Cons lipa fion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms. Convulsions, Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature oF GfLfrVf/xsz* NEW YORK. Alb monlhs r*ld J ) Dust s- CIN IN tXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.. H. . KILLER & fa steamer will bring us a line ot Oriental Tapestries, Screens, Couch Cover, Cur tains, etc. direct from those fa mous importers of Orienta] goc ds of A-A.VANTINE& CO ■■———— , , . Also a lot of muslin and Bobbinet Curtains, Cut Glass, Silverware, Rugs, etc- WINE OF CARDUI How si Woman Suffers. —/ FTowsll, litd., Not. M T I will Always prills Win® of C*rdnl. II / \ r_j has dons -ae more good ;han all tbs raedi- / If \ I doaa 1 htT over takaxi in mj Ufa. tflaasa / \ I y --1 •end a book a'x>o* female disease! to tha / \ I ladiaa whoso oamu X enaloue \tr^^ Mrs. msona stodohill WneTonH 1 It Isn’t necessary for a woman o give particulars. When she say* she has “female troubles", other women know what that means, tt means days and r.ighti of endless suffering. It means headaches which no tongue can describe. It means that terrible bearing and dragging down in the lower abdomen. It means agonizing backache, and shoulder ache, and arm ache, and aches in tbe lower limbs. It means nerves on lge—the blues— despondency and loss of hope. It means debilitating drains that the doctors call fcucorrhnea. It means martyrdom- -tome times even death seems preferable. And still Wine of Cardui will utterly putthose diseases and pains to rout viSORV otfARTHHT.. 11 cured thousands of cases • cr.!ntrinßwcui when nothing else on earth would. To the budding woman, to tba ch.ttMoogm. Tnn. bride, to the wife, to the expectant .. „, „ ... „ ~, mother, to those going through the Change of Life, tha Vegetable Wine, is a basing Druggists Sell Large Bottles for SI.OO. WINE >OF CARDUT CASTORU For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought | Bears the / t , ; Signature °f \$ J Yyr* J|se‘ FouOver Thirt/rears CASTORIA •IfcP TH CENTAUR COMPANY, NEW TORN CITY.