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* Typhoid Ferer Eiprricics j
Is wot desired in your own per
son. A Doctor’s Obaerratiow
Is Valuable to All.
Read what one says sheet
Jstosotfs Chill & Feyer Me
‘‘Last Fall we bad a good deal of
Typho-Malaria, or perhapa Ty
phoid Fever. Soma patients died:
acme recovered after alx or eight
weeks. After trying regular rem
edies two week*, i gave Johnson’*
Chill and Fever Tonie, In no in
stance bad it been given mora
than 24 hours, when fever cooled
down and did not return. FaUentf
regalnedjEood health rapidly**
J. F. Kinoheloe, M. D..
Conway, Ark*
Take JOHNSON’S TONIC at
the first symptom, and
KEEP WELL.
A. B. Girardeau, Savannah, Oa.
Sole Manufacturer.
liis-jiiii
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
ALL THIS WEEK
m attned? -Sr
lues., Thurs, and Sat.
Matinee prices 10 and 20c.
Night prices 10, 20, JOc.
LADIES wilt be tor 15 cents pro
vided they reserve tWVsoata BBFOKE 6 p. m.
Monday.
MONDAY NIGHT,
The biggest to, SO and SSe worth ever offered to
a theatre-going poblte,
THE PRINCESS OF PATCHES,
Four Complete Set* of Specie! Scenery.
ELI ZISSIMATO,
302i Newcastle St.
MH1....
...UK Hi
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Ail Kinds o t Ottndj .
Our Greats**, Speclstist
for 38 years Dr. J Newton Hath-
IM 0 successfully ‘rested chronic
ASse&Ses that he ie acknowledged today
ttt st-sadat the head of h t, rofessioc in
this line. His exclusive method of
treatment lor Varioooelo ana Stricture
without the aid of knife or cautery
enroa in W per cent, of all canoe In
the treatment of lose of vital forces
nervous disorders, kidney and urinary
ooui;ua,nte, paralysis. Wood poisoning,
rheumatism, catarrh and diseases pecul
iar to women, he l oqualy successful’
Dr Hailiaway’s practice is more than
<lot'.’ that of any other specialist.
Oases pronounced hopeless by ether
physicians, readily yield to his treat •
meat Write him today fully about
your ease He makes no charge for
consul ,ation or advice, either at his of
fice or by mail.
J. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D.
86 Bryan Street. Savannah, G&
STOVES REPAIRED.
Rice, the stove dec or, repairs
kindi or cr'ok stoves and ra; roc, buy
and sells second hand stoves, 414 Bair
street
tTOHR FACE
IS YOUR FORTUNE.
Throw away Coemettefi*
American Women throw
aw ftj ,H4Tentrifl million
doll ht>* annually for far
pow lert,lotion*, etc., mo
wnicfet.it it i- . !jiik ? (i > mi! elan ra an
•r*v tb< i• r 1 > *t> i ; >i i Koa
LftaKiiy Com; Vitlon, get a—
V (,3 V KUBBFII M
Re-t ‘re•• o**i . Inal * •nunu, permanently ra~
's, pnp ea, fieeil**. biaekbe, da. and nil
rtnnai ;m perfections.
A ’ ‘ •ij . role** Result* guaranteed.
W ii< (or particular* Price .*s.ijfe by mai
Qu res 92 f and *-.50
viuji i iimmu co.. ><> wm 14m st n. y
Brovr J i-ug C. ~Sole Agts
Brunswick, Georgia.
. r'-'unvi. hand household
tu/n(.u r e bout,} 1 and sold;
also pianos, o>g*iis, trunks,
nir oi>. carpet*, (to. J.
T Watkins. 9
THUS THEATRICAL.
DANGERS Of A CHEAT CITY.
Dangers of a Oret City which th"
Mjrkle & Harder Company put on to
night is considered one of the best bills
*
and will surely pleate. This compaoy
is being well pa!roniEd as it shou and,
;hrlt is w'thout doubt the best repei*
tolre company that has vetted our city
this season, sod th? audierce gets
their mon^T's worth with mo e thrown
in. Matinees will bs given on Thurs
day and Sa urday.
TOO RICH TO MARRY.
la ihe odd name o' a farce comedy
which wil 1 he at the opera bouse on
Thursday, Nov. £3id. This comedy
has all ihefuu of Charter's Auut and
The Real Widow Brown. Ii mads a
decided hit at th-; Grand ooeia house
in Atlanta last w.-tk. S ats will be
placed on sale Monday.
Scammoos Town Topics will be
here in a few we ks.
General H. Burley, U. 8. A., will he
in the city the latter part of next week,
and the military companies are talking
of giving him a reception.
ladore Rush, Roland Reed's former
leading lady lias joined the Rogers
Bros., supplementing Della Fox.
A Monster Devil fish
Destroying its rletira, Is a tj-pe of Consump
tion. The power of this murderous malxdy is
1t on organs snd nerves snrt muscles end
brain. There]? no health till it's overcome
But r. King’s New Life Cilia are a safe snd
certain cure. Best in the world for. Stomach
Liver, Kidneys snd Bowels. Only s* cents st
ail druggists.
RECOMMENDS IT TO TRAINMEN.
f ~ riiftan'T, in Lima, 0., engineer
L. K. A W.railroad, writes: “I h*ve
been troubled a great deal with back
ache. I wae induced to try Foley’s
Kidney Cure, and one bottle entirely
relieved me. I gladly reoommend ft
to any one, etpeoiaily my friends
among the trainmen, who are usually
similarly afflicted.”
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hare Always Bought
B.J. OLEWIN
yleh
filing, Renting, Repairing,
Messenger Scrvie
We sell Cleveland, Monarch, Crawfo. i,
Eagle. Elk, Dixie
Best of Wheels for thr
Least Money
in file
Mltiiaenr Mime i
JOJ Kewcant e S*a t
Withes to inform the lad cs
of Brunswick tbs thty will find
the largest and Isles novelties in
Hats, - Infants - Caps, • Bflbnt,
AND ALL KINDS OF
BAIR GOODS,
FANCY GOODS
A Specialty.
iriirBRUNSWITK TIMEHXJAUJFNOVEMBER ~/ iuo.
BABY PULL-BACKS
It is strange that babies get
on so well as they do; there are
so many pull-backs I But
Scott’s emulsion of cod-liver
oil is a wonderful help.
Begin with a little. Too
much will upset the stomach.
Increase, but keep under the
limit. The limit is upsetting
the stomach.
It rests a tired digestion; it
does not tax the stomach at all;
it lets it play—little stomachs
like to play.
We’U send you a little to try. If you like.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl street, New York.
A LAND-SLIDE.
Jim Carter is having a land-slide in
dyeing clothing. He represents the
leading dyeing establishment of Sa
vannah, and the Brunswick people
are catching on, for they always grab
a good thing whoa they see it.
Mrs. T. BridtUeman, of Parsballville
Mich,, was troubled with salt rheum
for thirteen years and bad tried a
aomber of doctors without relief. Af
ter two hr three applications of Ban
ner Salve, her bands beosme better,
and. m a short time she was entirely
oared. #?•■
, ■; -
Don’t be deceived or- humbugged by people
who claim the discovery of sepe hitherto un
known herb iir toot, in swamps, oam some
mountain or prairie for the cure of kidney and
bladder troubles, Any doctor] or drugglst with
tell you that such claims or fraudulent. Foley’s
KMuey Cnre simply contains remedies that are
recognised by the moot skilful physician* he
best for these eotup’aints, ao don't bo oredulons
or foolish. W.J. Butts.
a Money loaned on personal
property and real estate. Ap
ply to J. W- Watkins-
Yon can't afford to eUrkyoar Ufa by'allowing
a cough or a cold to develop into pneumonia or
consumption One Minute Cough Cure will
euro throat imd lung troubles quicker than
any other piwparanott known. Many doctors
use It a* a specific for grippe. It is an infallible
remedy for croup. Children like it and moth
ers endorse It. W.butts.
Vio’ot and L 1 Cream after Bha?*
ing is s ijing. r only be had at
Cior '•-(f *
' V • r 7
*
ID CO
f!r
fi i 1 i M
w* have on
!
CAL a ii) EXAMINE.
TH. F. Winter,
THE TRiIOR.
311 Newcastle St.
PERSONAL POINTS.
The Riflemen will meet tonight.
City council w’ll meet in regular ses
sion tomorrow night,
Mr. G. W. Wright, of Sterling, spent
yesterday in the city.
Mr. Harvey Moss, representing the
At’unta Taper Company, has beon in
ihe city for seretal days.
Mr. W. A. Mallette returned to Mt,
Pleasant yesterday.
Mr. P. M. Ularh relumed yeeterJay
from a short business trip up the Plant
System.
BRIGHT’S DIEA-OE,
Bright’s Disease ie no reepeotor of
persons; it attacks men and woman,
the strong and robust, the rioh and
poor, the active body and brain work
ers, the fathers of fsmiltee, the breed
I winners in every ephojv of life, eeem
! ing to choose for its viotime those only
who can least be spared Smi'h’aSure
Kidney Cure is the only guaranteed
remedy fer Bright’s disease. Your
money baok if it fails to cure. Price
SOoents. For sale by sll druggists.
ANOTHER COLD W aVE COMING.
Lay in a supply of wood at once.
For good, dry cord wood, oak or pine,
telephone No. 24-3.
Bloodwortii st Jonhs.
TO CHANGE GAME LAWS.
Representative Wight, of Dougher
ty, bas withdrawn b<a bill obanging
the game laws and bas introduced an
other bill changing tbs time for hunt
ing doves. He wants the law amended
10 as to allow the hunting to begin on
Jnly lSib instead of August Ist, and
continue until Marota fit.
HOW’S THIS?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for.any case of Catarrh that can
not be oared by Hall’s Catarrh Core.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, tbe undersigned, have known
if, J. Cheney for the last fifteen year*
and believe him perfectly honorable
.in all business finan
cially able to oarry out any obligations
mad* by their firm.
We*>t A Tr’iax,
Toldo, O.
Walding Kihnaii A.Marvin, wholesale
druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken inter
ally, aotinjr dir*oily upon the blond
snd riuonus surfaoea of the system.
Testim®-I:* • sn; ;?*<•. Prine 75c, p
ho‘ ip S'id hy t' \ dfL'ggiHi Hull’,
Piuiily Pill* are iba best.
"lave yo.i a fleuse of fuHne.4fb># the region
youi stomach r esMngr Tf y, u will be
j benefited by tilling oiui jIM-rinin’g Stotnacb end
( t*fv©r Tablets, They alfjvf cure belching end
! wi-.r te nacb. The repoxiate th bowdle too.
I*r ce 26c. Suld by IJishop'e l)rug Stor.
WI OLHNO TUIcJ EVENING,
Ttiv e. er og n f 5 t/elock John
Hotfoa end Donni* Tniflor will
bico>CHi in raan i at the Fret
p *yut r*>ttroh, R*v. Waiter y. G 1-
nore rOioi* .I*#. Tb • f/iend? of
** • pofiiitur coupie will bo glad lo
•warn thn tuty will mfeke their fu’ur
htroe ir Brunswick, after a visit to
reJativica i n Albany.
Tho prr if of a gold mine and panda, not. on th
amount of t *ck t mdi and aader the *mpa bit
rpou thr amount, of g. and /h oh can Op axtraci
**' f roni vhe rock-• In ahi i way thr value
o f Uu,a which is eaten doca not defend o t'e
(jaantlty which i tnt > tne toMach but
rpoa the amouiu of n ’iTjqh © n i extrae rd
fr *m it hy theotgai . m notr tlon and n
•Vhc * thest vrc Jl9l ,a ■.*<-% ta‘l i, e<
t wit tbe lomigtime t- inpufllci nf, qu. nf 4,>eto
m.j r \ the need* t>t the or ant of vhr
1 snd Lhi a cktii4ot work vruaout
jnahinoi't. T * outdi. is hea t trouble, Ijvei !
trouble andrrauy <?: 1 rr *nti ■ n p,>rc g 1
(yoldea MedtoaJTMhC Vveiy, acting >0 jv ry or
aao f the ig ve *nd m.lr ive *y*tun ro- 1
onsa It b bOriii. and vig r. it cm os di.-a eg 1
1 enoto from Jjg onn.acb h ougbthe avumich j
in hicli they origin 1 ted Uol eu MeLiCa’ !
Discovery contains neither alcohol nor nar- I
COlic*.
croup you can realize how grateful u.others
are for One Minute Gough Cur>•, which giro*
nJici 4.3 soon mi it is administered* It quickly
cur* a coufchh, colda and ail throat and lung
trouble®. W. J, Butta.
The editor of the For i vi lie, Ky. t Miiesllan
eo ia, writes aa a poa'icnpt to a huaineas Igtter:
*i wmn on red of kidney trouble ty taking Foley 1 *
Kldnay Cra,* '•'ake jihiageisa. W. 4. Buite
ALWAYS KEEP ON HAND (
Tfa’mKHWt:
There Is no kind of pain l
or ache, Internal or exter-l
nal, that Pain-Killer will!
not relieve. 1
LOOK OUT FOR IMITATIONS AND SUB-j
STITUTES THE GENUINE EO:TLe'
BEARS THE NAME, I
PERRY DAVIS St CO. !
Bright’s Diabase.
High living, intemperance, exposure and
msnyotkavtilings bring on Bright’s diseas'-..
Foley’s Kidney Cure will prevent Bright's dis
ease and all other kidney or bladder disorders
1 f taken In time. Take nothing else. W. J
Butts.
Bloodworth &Jones
Hew Liverv Stables
New Buggies
Fine Horses
Prompt attention given a?i
orders. Drayage a spec
ialty.
Phone 24-3. E St
GEORGIi IUKTIVf /EH
BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA.
Civil and criminal cases attended to
buolness strictly cotfldential. F.ti
q iirts conducted with eeoreev.
U <J. LEAYY
(VTx=trro>r
Southern Railway Cos.
Ofßoe of General Agent, Brimswiok, G.
SCHEDULES.
For Savannah, Washington snd New York.
Lv Brunswick ft to am 05 pm
Ar savannah .10 so am IS 50 am
Ar Washington T 85 am 8 60ym
Ar New York.. SOS pm 6 23 am
For Jacksonville
Lv Brunswick .. 500 am 825 pm #OS pm
Ar Jacksonville.. #25 am 7to pm iso am
For Macon, Atlanta, Louisville and Cincinnati
Lv Brunswick # 40 t o 8 05 pm
Ar Macon 1 15pm 100 -in
Ar Atlanta a 50 pm 5 20 am
Ar lmmsvllle 750 urn 7 3 pm
Ar Cincinnati 745 am T 4 pm
From New York, Washiagton and Bavanuah.
LvNew York ... 80 pm 1216 am ,
Lv Washington., t‘S pm 1115 am
Lvdavaimnh ... S pm 6Soara 100 om
Ar Brunswick... 62s -aa 805 m fB6 pm
From Jacksonville.
Lv Jacksonville.... 12Rpm
Ar Brunswick.... e 16 pm
rrom Cincinnati^TiOVitfvvile, AtTinfs and '
kia in.
L. Clnclnntl 8 30 m tpn,)..,
! ‘OP’sHUe ’ls m •46 pm
Lv ailuOt 40 4- ~i J* <•(,., v
* ~a < 0D * r * *rn Cgo pm
Then H 36 pro
j. . BBMfiTT,
GroiojihieodaiKipYisiois.
|Our speoikl m xlore is ths^^'.
Best Mil Pradacer.
Piions 9J k>-?1 St. j
Join, M stcolc i pone. Men lor t-
VS- I
•Jnulti l/o lliT, fo-rnenj t m> vai of
Janie b.. | dlvaliilities.
Notice i ti e|. ti-it on tin- fttli ay A
Oetober, 11100, the imrioisigucft flll'r* in tlm offlee
ofi hec.erk of the Suj erio’" eon-t f Uiyan
eo.in f his ai.piloKt.u, f.ejomovs’ 'lr' df.o
liiliti'■ vevti ’K open hi o uk!< i t‘m oroict
juomneiii reTiß' ied In nsld court May *t., mm,
Ie b< sun ol hts former ’lf,, ~ue
nsali-.t lenifoi-titvoic . nnd Clint Hfli't .p ,ea
imn Wlii f,n Itoard at the tel in nf sun mr lie
- o'lioil ,V ~n the first Mnmlny :n r.iie'-mhor cnxs.
Tuts October 8. into.
IOH2C m STBBU
S’tiricit IN LiANKUUi'Te V.
In tlien att.rofS Miirhs.in- I
ilividnsliy, a. (t ft- s mem I .
her of tlr:o ut B. Mntk & 1 1,1 Hsntauptey.
Lo. h nkriipt.
til the cre iftO'S of S M ik* (and 8. M srlis
,fr i . i of BrunMvlek. in the eonnty of ( tvnn
vii-l riisiiict aforesaid, a l. nYrti' t* Mottne in
hereby Klvhn thkt on he fib day of Kovrinotr
A- It !"oft, the .aid H Ma>k was duly s.'jiidi
ested i.unkiuot,an ! ihst the fiivt .neeiln ■ o
bis creditors wil‘ be ‘,u: cj at It mnwlclt. l>*
Ulj com,'., on *ae with .’ay t .enml/or,
A ft ft ii, |,> , !oc' in ,lm fm.-nnon. al.
whirl! tin,' ti, said ■' tin n,v .tic’. ‘
prove their, elms... >t, urntt eiami ■ I
the usi.,'u 11.,,' id r " eiiei. ul "<>r bns.i.oM
iu t’l. y , ri [isriy r.mi. I .Ur e sil t u <lin
A. .1 I’ROVA ; T.
Hftferee ,n to ~] -n ]>rr
Damdstß nnswtcl i, this the loth i
day of November, itKK).
/ hftt’lo >f Prutklv \fth B’f’fire ksjf |
u tt. t:iio . 1 (is.(J r,)cf.iin !'
inosne fomi h*ihtb tt-c i J3c.se. hr,b?-
bftld. W. J. Potts.
Jim Carter Is ths msyt 'o h*ve oh.?i •
a ! ol L'l m.
WHENLAGRIPPE *
BEGINS,
CURE IT!
you wait you will bo sorry. Pooplo
tako quinine for ft, and when they
nro well, ths offeoU of la Grippe
ana quinine together, often on use
more sickness.
JOHNSON’S CHILL &
FEVER TONIC
Cures In a Day or Night.
No bad effects are felt and you don’t
have to put yourself on a steady diet
of It, a* you do with quinine.
Mr. W. W. Caldwell, of Chicago,
writes that eight doses taken in one
day cured him completely. It will
cure you.
6GO. per bottle if it cures.
Not one eent if It does not onre.
A. B. GIRARDEAU,
Savannah, Ga.
Pleasant to the
Effective, reli
DR. J. H.
LIVER AN']
KIDNEY 3
; Eliminates uni.
; remedy for A
diseases of tl.y
and Kidneys.
SI • BC’ttttki
' THK on. J. H 4a*
. Ml
AA/WWN f .\
V BUTTB,rrhe;Drag:gigr.*
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
RAILROAD CHARTER.
State of Georgia,) To the Honorable, the Sec-
County o£ / rotary of State of the Stato
Glynn, ) of Georgia.
Thepetition of C. Downing, F. D Aiken,M
Kaiser, E. H. Mason, N. Emanuel, T. Newman-
J. J. Lott, L. It. Aiken, E. Brohslon and W, G.
Brantley, respectfully allows:
I- That ti’ch and all of said petition era, ex*
cent L. K, Aiken, reside in the City of Bruns
wick, County of Glynn aiuJ State of Georgia-,
and that petitioner L. H. Aiken resides at
Mount Pleasant, County of Wayne and State of
Georgia.
11. That petitioners desire to obtain fox*
themselves, their successors and assigns, a
charter for a railroad company to be. known as
the Brunswick & Kirmingbatn Railroad Com
pany, and they seek to be incorporated under
such name as a corporate body, for the purpose
lof building and operating a railway line under
•aid charter.
IH. That the tenclh of the rnilrond proposed
to 1 © built by sabl company will be about four
hundred ami ifty (460) mile#, us near mh can bo
mrJ'na cdat thin time, an.• t.nat, the general dl
r etion ol same v 111 be oi.tht at to Oortliweat
IV r That HP id proposed ia; Iroud beginning
b t’ eCit; cf Bri n wick, Gof i;ia, wl J prob
bT run flnoiigh thr c lui tienof * lynn, Wuync,
¥‘ ri ?• *pplng, Coffee, Irwin, Wilcox, Dooly,
huiL e , W ?bcO ami Stew.ii t, in the Btnte of
Gcor. ut, to a point on ilic boundary line bo
twe* 1 Qpor.'i hik! Alabama within the county
of Srwart in Gxe taU ot Georgia, and from
w-id point, to th** cities of Montgomery and Bir •
■Mlßjfh *n‘n Mte State of AUbeiuM, nnd the
principal places from which a. t to which it is
P;0 otieil to <-oii struct hid railroad are Bruns
wick, Gc< rgl}*, and Mou’gonmi y aud Biro n g
hani-.. labama.
V. That 11; Is propped to i: sue capital stock
In <"1 t railroad con panp to tl e amount of flf
tee . thousand. (sl6 e'*o) for each mile of gnid
prenoHt and a>lrc king * tot-a! capitalization
of h x ii-i’r *i lUidi’L’d unci fif.y IhoiiHand,
doi,‘, r 4 X 8,760,- * id ail cT the capital stock
in to ie oomuiou stock n:.tl none • fit preferred
stock,
\I. That p< liiiou is desire that the charter
for said railroi and c mipany, obi xii od under this
pel liter, aha.! on. :i i .e iu J. re# tor the full
pei or* M Mby lav, fowl*: One hundsrd and
ofeß (iJI) jDarr.,
Ml. I ;ia i iK proposed to locate the princi
l>a‘ ofTiro of t;iid iaiirt>ad company In th City
|of Br n*wi;\. Ooffli:*, and petitioners show
I tbnti.ht-y d< k ln end in good faith, immediately
I iif n tbt grr title of of the charter herein prayed
I <V, ; o go *'’ 'tf 1 M om. delay to secure sub
|t< rip; cub to tiijr mock, onii met, equip
in irui iljicjote mid railroad; Where
fore pra. that they, their successor*
j*' a 3‘gn-*, may be in • p rated ah such rail-
I road company, under .he -aid corporate name
lOi the ifrui Bw! i & Bin i- jpha BaitroiU
Coir pary , unde.- ti e w* o* the State of Heor-
I g**s with ail tl.e right*. p >wci ami piiriiege*
iitcediTi and oortio ’it v o >i ilsr iCifroacl cor
[ p rations and as hie fixed ami n fined by the
iaw*of said Stile, and pcbliinftei* will ever
pray.
C. Downing,
F. ' . Aiken,
M Kaiser,
K. 11. aoa,
N. K manual,
T. Newman,
J J. Loti,
L. K Mk.B,
K. Brobitou,
W. U Brantley,
M.KKIFFy SALE.
GK'iHGIA, Glji n County.
Wi’l ho you! foie rbecourthouse door in
Lrnn-wi h r. Tiuadnv in December,
iiie-c eo h'tjife. *, ji t, P* reboot estate explr
'H‘ ial *‘ ** Cos 101 l wing parcels
of in.!Vi in i’o .n c nn.eons of Brim wi k* Lot
II I -Ann G-duon nrid Johnson
nif fs, a..i’ l* - • theuHf,' i a quart' o lot
• nmin*r 1. :,*,v e .Inirnginu and l u-tow
av Held m- pop t v f estate of AT.
I'-.ti ru, u J 1 .’’Vfmili>n i >i bv Hie lax
collect* rof if nry against A.T. Putnam,
for utfctorurt e .unty tnxg
W.if BKUBIK, Slmyiff.
J. W. v s at In an will Joan
’von iuo.u v on personal prop
orty and leal estate.
“."'l* )ftc * lor ukaon.r.
a ou o'-i- J?
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