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The Brunswick times-call. [volume] (Brunswick, Ga.) 1900-1902, November 29, 1900, Image 6

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THE ONLY
BIG SHOW
To visit Brunswick this season
NOTHING OLD BUT THE NAME
76 Tears Catering toAmeriean People
OLD JOHN ROBINSON S
10 Big ghows In One
In conjunction with the grand sublime spect&nle of King
Solomon and the Queen of Sheba. The newest, Greatest
and Richest Circus in America coming to
Brunswick, December 12th
Great World’s Exposition, 4 circuses in one. 2 menage
ries in one. 2hippodromes. 1 gigantic museum. 1 grand
Biblical spectrcle. 10 truly good shows merged into one.
IQOQ men/women and children. 200 horses. 60 ponie
30 camels, 8 herds of elephants, 50 cages, $ brass band£ 30
chariots. The circus features this season, obtained from
America and Europe, will startle the \yorld; nothing like
them ever before presented in this country.
A recent acquisition, a baby sea lion born in captivity,
the only event of that kind that ever ocurred in America
An Algerian cow. the only one ever in America, 2o
inches high. A herd of Philippine water buffalos from the
island of Luzon, the only ones ever exhibitedjn America
A family of 20 black maned lions, o mammoth snow
white polar bears, 6 royal Bengal tigers, Herd of sacred
cattle from India.
A feature of the street parade: 30 camels driven to a
*20,000 cnariot* 40 Shetland ponies harnessed and driven
at one time. 10 handsome and costly traps'. The cages
and cbariots alone in this glittering procession, the only
%nes of the kind in the
United States, cost more idST•
money than the entire
outfit of any three or-
Two performance
daily, Main opena
jIME BRUNSWICK TII4ES-CALL. NOVEMBER 29, i960
SHIPPING REPORT.
Osmstsd Daily by] Cspt. Otto lohanneien
Port of Bnmswiok, Nov, 28, 1900.
tUUUD.
Steamer George Fsrwelß Ireland,
New York.
Schr. J. H. Parker, Hammond, New
York.
SAIL*D.
Schr. Gtadje, Colson, New Y' rk.
A Night or Terror.
“Awful anxiety wu felt tor the widow ot the
kraveGen Burnham, ot Mactors,Ate , whan the
So**or# saidCthe could cot tire Mil morning,
write# Mr*. S. H. Lincoln, who ttided her
Shat fearful night. “All thought the meet
■non die from Pneumonia, bat #be begged for
Dr. King'# New IMueovery, **ylDg it had more
Mian once eared her life and had cured her ot
consumption. After three small dace# she retted
eaeilj all Bight, and it# further use completely
cured her." Xhi# msrvelou* medicine Is guar
anteed to cure all Throat, Cheat and Lung Dm.
ease*. Only iOo and 81 00. Trial bottle# free at
n drug stores.
S6OO Reward.
HWe will pay the above reward for any ca#e
of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache,
Indigestion, Constipation or C enliven cm we
eennot euro with Riverain, the Op-to-Date
Littfe Liver Pills, when the direction# are
•trlctly complied with. They are purely vege
table and never fail to give satisfaction. 23c
boxes contain 100 pills, 10a boxes contain 40
pill#, to boxes contain It pill# Beware ot sub
stitutes and imitations. Beat by mail, stamps
taken. NKBVri A MEDICAL CO., cor. ClitT
ton end J wkum Ms ,Chicago, 111. Tor saleby
Brown Dmg Cos. Branswtak. Us
□ Money loaned on personal
property and real estate. Ap
ply to J.|W. Wat Kins.
Kbdol
Dyspepsia Cure
Dipests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aid*
Nature in strengthen lug and recon*
structlog the exhausted digests* or
gans. It lathe latestdlscovereddigest*
ant and tonic. No ether preparattoa
can approach It in efficiency. It In
stantly relieves and permanently cure*
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Vlauaettoe,- Sout- Stomach,
Sick Headache, Oastralgla/’rampsand
all other results of Imperfect digestion.
Pates 60c * nil Si. Large sue oontsln* 2H *MM
smell else. Book si 1 shoot and y*pops* n. aPedfrae
'Pfaporrd hv E. C. Os WITS A CO.. Chicago.
W. J. BETTS.
A bottle of Prickly Ash Bitters kept
in the haute and used occasionally
means good health to the whole bouse
hold. W.J. Butte,

BDon’t badaoeivod or hninbuggad by pcool#'
who claim the discovery of some hitherto nn .
known herb or root in swsmps, or on tome
mount sin or prairie for the ear* of kidney sod
bladder troubles, Any doctor; ordrnggltt with
•ell you that soon claims ot fraudulent. Folsy’s
Kiduey Cure simply contains remedial that ar*
recognised by tho most skilful physicians as
best for ’he*e complaints, so don’t be orerinlaua
or foolish. W.J. Butts.
Dewitt’s Little Early Kisets are the btat
liver pills erer made. Basy to take and never
grtce. W.J. Butts.
The Quakers Are
Honest People.
tThs Quaker Herb Ton
ic is not only a blood
purifier, but a Blood
mater for Pals, Weak
and Debilitated pooplo
who have not strength
nor blood. It acts as a
tonic, 18 regulates di
rection, cores dyspepsia
and lends strength and
tone to tbe nervous ay •-
*ein. It ia a medicine for weak women.
It la a purely vegetable medicine, and
can be taken by tbe moet delicate.
Kidney disease, Rheumatism and all
of the Blood, Stomach nod
Nerves aoon succumb to Its wonderful
effect on the human system. Thous
ands of people in Georgia recommend
it Prise fl.OtX
QUAKER PAIN BALM is the raad
leine that the QuaketDoetor made all
ef his quick ceres with. It’s anew and
wonderful medicine fer Neuralgia,
Toothache, Backache, Rheumatism,
Sprains, Pain in Bowels; in fact, nil
paio can bo relieved by it, Price c
snd 50e.
QUAKER WHITE WONDER SOAP,
s medicated heap ter the skin, scalp
and o. mplexiW Price lOe nmnkn.
QUAKE* HEALING sTlvb, a
vegetable ointment fog the core of
sfrvsSYtr'’ 1 -* “•
POR SALE BT ALL DEUGGISTS
~^Vif* , ||? ILLIXgMAM ’ Preprietor,
Druf Store
THINGS THEATRICAL.
ROBSON THEATRE CO
The Robson Theatre Company will
opea their three night’s engagement
with the etirring romantic play entitl
ed “A Romance of the South.”
T'lie company bae an entirely new
reportoire and no doubt will please.
A matinee will be given on Wednes
day, Prices are only 10, 20 and 30c,
which are In tbe .reach of ail. Seats
go on sale today,
o—
NOTES.
Sale' of seats for the engagement of
the Robson Theatre Company begin to
day.
Manager Wolffe’e offer of tickets to
the most merltorleas scholar* in tbe
pablle sohoole for the matinee next
week, will no doubt preve an incentive
to tbe students to be preficleat in their
studies.
Peanat parties are quite popular;
parties of society young people buy
seat* in the gallery of tbe theatre, take
hag* of peanut* with thorn, pro
ceed to enjoy themselves.
Corona Rlccarde will be tho lead
ing lady in "Whon We Were Twenty
One,” which will appear here shortly;
she will be remembered as the leading
lady in "Bon Hur.”
—•—
Other People’s Money will be the
next high priced attraction; it is a
most auccesatul play.
The tiiumphtaut success of Secret
Service still continues unabated. There
Is but one organization producing Mr.
CHI let t a’* baauliol War story this year.
;** be seen In thia city sometime
during Yhe preaenv season.
A
BTONE IN THE BLADDER.
My son has (offered with stone in
the bladdsr eight years. 1 baas taken
him to several watering places, ale* to
Cincinnati, New York, Chics go and
Nashville, where be was put under
eminent physicians, with no improve
ment. On tbe contrary, it was grad
ually getting larger, until' I lost all
bop# of getting him cored, when I was
dpi of Hroith’a More Kidney Cure. I
bid bim try it; snd to my surprise he
began to improve at once, and be was
uured with two bottles. Hj* general
bsslrh bss improved wonderfully.
John 15, Dedrnan, Msmphie, Tenn.
Price 50 ®ents. For sale by al! drug
gist*.
ForLaGrione and
enza use CHENEY’S EX
PECTORANT:
efeoise o Bning Si
from the many bsantifal models in onr
display of
TRIMMED HATS
than ascertain the price. It will be lea*
than yea think the hat is worth. Onr
milliters got the inspiration from ex
pensive Preach models, bat the mate
rial and workmanship are American
therefore naeob ebeapcr.bat none the
eas good and artfstis
USS KATE SLATE
m CLCCWM sr
i *
1 A Note
I of Triumpir^^^jm^
B has been souuded to ail man-* j[
B kind —success unparalleled iu the\^
R history of light beverages has every/ \
fj where marked die introduction of B* ,
n - S%z&o!i£k
. HE Ml AN IV 1 / M
’ -Kin* <4*ll Bottled Bscra- 'f-®.'"
llt stands preeminent as the finest
bottled beer brewed in America, V j
and leads all ethers in annual X li
exportations to foreign countries, I/L ■
Qadorlrom J h||H
Bmr.awlek WbOick Wine and Liquor Cos. ff?
PLANT SYSTEM
PASSENGER DEPARTMENT.
—bead ; %? —kelfttp
: ii”" no. m *o.Ba. Tim© Table *<>.. mo.m.
Effective Oct t, I*B9. IIIII!."****
Psseenger Mixed Paueoger Mixed
„ „ „ „ Daily. Dally, ""i::”;."
Dally. Daily.
1.. 00 am.... 546 pm... lv Brunswick *r 0 00cm.... 10 00am..!'.
1 11 40pm... t ooam.. Iv Wttten ar ........... ioo#m_
|4 10 0m... 828 am... ar CbarleSoQ' lv 1216 pm...”
*. (11 Soam... 10 pm... ar JackaonvlUs lv 100ptn.... swam... •.
jl 16 pm... SI OS am... ar TbOTnasvUle lv 8 15am
VIA WAYCROSS A MONTGOMERY.
Soo am..,15 4pm.... lv Brnn#wtok ar S 00pm.. .’ 10 00 a m .’. .
OSO.’pm, 8 10;am... i Montjromery lv 746 pm
H 50am ... 710 pm... ar Namtville lv i 0 00am
—■ 7 ipm ... 720 am... ar Bt. Lcuis lv* 835 pm I.!!’.!!:
;:v,
00 am. TipmTTv JtiTOwid ArT Aoopm 10 00 am
u m.. Ar Savannah Lv ........ 62onm *
S.,am.. 7 25pm.. Ar Richmond J,v 9 00am „
IS 4 ”" Ar Washington Lv 4 f'i am ii...
SJjam . ltfeam.. Ar Ballimoio Lv ........ 166 am
- Ar Philadelphia Lv 12 20am [....
BETWEEN 3BUNSWICH AND SAVANNAH VIA JEBUP.
S**™ - -1 **' Brosiwick ar *6ipm.. pm., i ........
Direct connection made al Wavcrosa wttb Pnllmaa Sleepfnff Care for all pottos.
Between Port Tampa. Kej West and Havana.
Gonto. j rrtcrninu
Lv Tort Tampa I! oo pm Mon. Thor*. Sat. )Ar I’orl Tampn IMiamThar. Sun. and Toes-
Ar ?.®f r m Toes. Fri. Bnn.. Lv Key Wert 10 00p.m. Wed. S#t. and Mun
Lv Key West Hi pm Twj. Fri. Sunday Ar Key Weal 9 00 pm Wed. Bat. and Stou
Ar Havana 5 00 am Wed. Bat Mon I Lv Havana * 80 pm Wed. Sat. and Mon
ism i mm. -
aI- /WX/ When the liquids come from’eur
,toclc ' We carry such a fine Line of
■“that it is impossible to Snd a brand
*K* ) which is not pleasing in some point,
:■ These goods are fully matured,
' jjßk'' IT *- have a fine rich boJy and mellow
5. Exoclient for family or any use.
pISfW R- V- DOUGLAS.
J. J. LISSNER,
Groceries, Tobacco, Bacon and
Provision^
GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN A SPECIALTY.
216 Bay Street, Brunswick, Georgia.
W- H. BOWEN
4*
. APsJCDj QLJ|| tZDEHt-Q
Of Stone. Brick and Frame Build in*

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