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Eltabluhed 1889. The Brunswick Call. .. KetaMißluMl lMfl. Tile Brunswick Times-Call CONSOLIDATED MKX), Published CVBKY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. TO SUBSCRIBERS: ant*onbrn are l-equeitfil to notify the office WMn they fall to get any Issue of the Timea -o*ll. Attention to thin matter will he appre •UkMd by the publishers. Tba Tim#-CaU [will 'be Delivered by •errler or mail, per year. $6.00; per ween 15 Mata. Correspondence on live subjects solicited. Deal name of writer shonld ac company same. Subscriptions payable in advanoe. Failure to receive paper should be reported to tbie business office. .Address all ommnnicalioo' to THE TIMKS-CAI.L, ...jk, ItrunsWlck,tia. MtTHDK LEAVY Editor WOI.AHD A. HUIiINS, Business Manager NOTICE. Hereafter all legal adverthe mente muß l be paid for after the stb*. insertion. Tho management has bten put to a pres’ deal of trouble anil delay In colVcMng In the pant, and in future must take advantage of tlie Georgia la* on this subject. Got. 10, 190(1, NOTiCE. Adverti-era arc requested to send for changes iu before 1 p. in., SB the same will not have our attention unless they are iu this office at that time. The Chinese situation is still a ‘ Chi nese” puzzle. L =— r, Lease objected to being called ••Mrs. Lease’s husband." Ex-Mayor Woodward, of Atlanta, cau now Imbibe to his heart's content. Ilanna’s presidential boom did not •trike even bis henebmen exactly right. J. Plerpont Morgan can soon say, “America is Unne.’’ He continues to buy the railroads. The llaimsworlh idea may be good enough for England, but it is below Standard In America. Director of .he United States Mint Roberts place, the world’s stock of money $11,619,100,000. > . Tbs most encouraging part of the 11, X B. Is the of the several cities along the proposed route. The Atlanta Journal thinks that Mr. Hermswortb’s idea about condensing should be adopted on the Congressional Reeord. Atlanta is sleeping on its opportuni ties, says the Birmingham Age Herald, tor I’at Crowe hae not yet beeu seen "in its midst.’’ A republican newspaper says as long as llieie are two factions iu the demo* cratic party the republican* will have things tlieirown way, and we are think ing this statement is exactly right, Those capitalists who put up the cam paign funds uo doubt agree with Mr, llanua's pronouncement in favor of a six-year term for the president, It is now announced that there aie forty-eight counties in Kentucky In which no whisky is sold. Ferbaps a satisfactory explanation of this lies In t'ie suggestion that the people in those counties have tnelr own private distil leries. THE WAR CONTINUES While England is entertaining Lord Roberts, the victor (V) the little army under brave DeWet are pouring shot and fhell into the Queen’s soldiers in the Transvaal and there is no disguis ing the fact that there is grave appre hension among the very people who are making so much over Lord Roberts. The war In South Africa reminds us very mueh ol our own tittle trouble in the Philippines inasmuch as both have been ended for some months, but in spite of this the press reports te'l of battles tc., almost daily According to the words of Kruger England lias paid a dear price for her light in the Transvaal and from present indications the plucky Ruers ate not thinking of abandoning their noble struggle. GROWTH OF THE SOUTH. The capi’alist who turned his eyes to ward the south during the past few years is the one who is now clipping the bond coupons because nine-tenths of the southern enterprises have been successful beyond all expectations. Rut the business man of the south is now ge ting to the point where he does not have to depend altogether on the money of his broiher north of the Maon and Dixon line. Soul hern capital, southern brains and southern hustle are In a great degree re sri.n9i.ds for the gieut strides the south has made duriugth: p st:ew years It is true hat northern capital has play ed an important part in the south’s de- velopraeut but it h s not been ibe dom inant factor. Iu speaking ot new textile m lls the Journal ol Commerce says: ‘'The south shown ,by fir the j. rcatest ac iv ity along this lino, and sne has added one hundred and eighty three new mills to her ever growing list. South Caro lina appears as the banner state, with forty-six, and Gtorgi* and North Caro lina are close soconds, with the sarao number, forty-one each. Nf*t to the south comes the middle states, with sevenly-'.hrce, and New England conics next with sixteen new mills. This is an admirable showing for the south, aud highly creditable to Georgia and the Carolinas. Let th* good work go oh. An lowa woman Is about to marry for her ninth time, 'three of list husbands obtained a divorce, three committed sui cide and the other two just skipped oui. SlMirllflU Aii Excellent Combination. The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy, SvßUi’ of Flos, manufaetuved by the Cai.ifoiinia Flo Syrup Cos., illustrate the value of obtaining't!ie liquid laxa tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and presenting them iut lie form most refreshing to the taste and neeeptnblo to the system. It is the one perfect strengthening laxa tive, cleansing the system effectually, d.spelling colds, headaches and fevers gently vet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual const ipntion per manently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and sub stance. and its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating them, make it the ideal laxative. In the process of manufacturing figs are used, ns they are pleasant to the taste, but the medicinal qunlitiesof the remedy are obtained from senna and ether aromatic plants, by a method known to the California Fio Syrup Cos. only. In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. BAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE. KY NEW YORK. N Y. For mile by ail l)ru*g:su -Price6oc. pr botU*. BKUNSWICK TiMES-CALL, JANUARY 9 1901 Tlie little child is safe from ordinary dangers in the care of the faithful dog. But neither the dog’s fidelity, nor the mother's love can guard a child from those invisible foes that lurk in air, water and food—the germs of disease. Children need to be specially watched and cared for. When there is loss of appetite, lassitude and listlessness in a child, ati attempt should be made to re vive tile appetite and rally the spirits. In I)r. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery parents have found an invaluable medi cine for children. Its purely vegetable character and absolute freedom from alcohol and narcotics commend it to every thoughtful person. It is pleasant to the taste, unlike the foul oils and their emulsions offered for children’s use. " Golden Medical Discovery ” makes pure blood and sound flesh, and abso lutely eliminates from the system the poisons which feed disease. Mrs. Elia Gardner, of Waterview, Middlesex Cos., Va., whose daughter suffered from malarial poisoning and catarrh, writes: "My little daughter is enjoying splendid health. I am glad 1 found a doctor who could cure my child. She took twelve bottles of the ‘ Golden Medical Dis covery,' eight bottles of’ Pellets,' and one bottle of Dr. Sage’s Catarrh Remedy, and she is well. We thank God lor your medicines.” Give the little ones Dr. Pierce’s Pleas ant Pellets when a laxative is needed They’re easy to take and don’t gripe. Dissolution Notice. The Arm of Lang, Wood & Cos. have by mutual consent this day dissolved. Mr.;E. T. Homan Imviu# withdrawn from said lirm. In the fu ture the firm will be known aa Lang & Wood, composed of W. L. Lung ana J W. Wood w. l. lang, J. W. WOOD, .Jail, Ist, mi. E. T. HOMAN. Notice to the Public Having sold my interest in and to the linn of Lang, Wood A (Jo. to Messrs. W L. Lang and J. W. Wood, I bespeak lor ti cm the same liber al patronage bestowed upon me in the past, K. T. lIOMAN. E. R. BAKER, Dentist. Speial Attention to Crown and bridge work. - Office. 5022 Glou’ster St. SUII* NOTICE. Neither the masters, owners or con signees of the Swedish bark Carl will be responsible for any debts con tracted by the crew of said bark, Captain Olopsson, When threatened by pneumonia or any other lung trouble, prompt relief is neces sary, as it is dangerous to delay. We would suggest that One Minute Cough Cure be be taken as soon as indications of having taken cold are noticed. It cures quickly and its early use prevents consumption. W. J. Butts. HOW AKE YOUR NERVES? If they are weak and you feel nervous and easily “lluatrated,” can't sleep, and rise in the morning unrefreshed, your blood is poor. Strong nerves depend upon rich, nourlslrng blood. Hood’s Sarsaparilla makes 'be nerves strong by enriching and vitalizing the blood. It gives sweet, re freshing sleep and completely cures nerv ous troubles. Begin taking it today. Nausea, indigestion are cured by Hood’s Fills. WANTED.—Five room housa, bath room attached, in good condition. Apply at B. & W. Freight office. When you want prompt acting little pills that nover gripe use Do Witt's Little Early Risers. W. J. Butts. ELI ZISSIMATO, 3021 Newcastle St. ill 11.... ..:. Dsn a CIGARS AND TOBACCO All Kinds of ( Candy. Don’t lie deceived or humbugged by (people who claim the discovery of some hitherto un known herb or root in swainpe. or on Kune mouutain or prairie for the core of kidney and bladder troubles Any doctor? or druggist with tell you that such claims or fraudulent. Foley’s Kidney Cure simply contains remedies that are recognised by the; most skilful physicians as best for these complaints, so don’t be credulous or foolish. W.J. Butts. CURES BLOOD AND SKljj TROUBLES, Trial Treatment Free, Is your biooa pure? Are you suie of it? Do cuts or scratches heal alow ly? Does your akin itch or burn? Have you Pimples? Eruptiona? Ach ing bones or back? Eczema? Old Soree? 'Koilo? Scrofula? Rheuma tism? Foul Breath? Catarrh? Are you pale? Then B-. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) will purify your blood, heal every sore, and give a clear, smooth, healthy ski*. Deep-seated cases, like ulcere, cancer, eating sores, Painful Swellings, Blood Poison, are quickly cured by Botanic Blood Balm. Cures when all else fails. Thoroughly tested for thirry years. Drug stores, $1 per large bottle. Trial treatment free by writing, BLOOD BALM CO„ Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble —free medical ice given. Over 3,000 vol untary testimonials of cures Ij B. B. J. W. .Bryan, of Lowder, lilinois, writes : -‘My little boy was very low with prnumenit Unknown to the doctor, we gave him Foley’s Honey aod Tar. The result was magical and puz zled !be doctor, as it immediately stop ped the racking cougli, and he quickly reooverea.” p/devabTsT” Gocerics, SQuntrv PrortiiGs —Vegetable sts. Also Ccntectionsrv.; MONK STREET. BRUNSWICK. Ge TETTERINE CURES ECZEMA! “I had a severe attack of Eczema, and after using other remedies with no benefit, 1 used Tetterlne. Two boxes made a complete cure.” Solomon Cohen, Savannah, Ga. Price SOcents. Ifyourdrngglstdon’t keep It, write to J. T. Shuptrine, Savannah, Ga. Sok Proprietor. Ralston Barley, the Athletic Food IS AN IDEAL BREAKFAST FOOD FOJK^> Ilrain Workers, Nervous People and Children. IfM! iisiira* PHONE - ChoaseV Becomlio Si manyjbeautifuljmodels injour display of TRIMMED HATS then ascertain the price. It will be leg* than you think the hat is worth. Our milliners got the inspiration from ex pensive French models, but the mate rial and workmanship are American therefore much cheaper, but none the ess good and artistic HISS KATE SLATED, 601 GLOCt ESTFir.ST., LINGERING LAGRIPPE COUGH G.Vacher. 15? Oegood St.,Chicago, says: “My wife had a very severe case of la grippe, and it left her with a very bad cough. She tried a bottle of Foley’s Hon ey and Tar and it gave immediate relief. A 50 cent bottle cured ber cough entirely ’’ Price 25c and 50a. W. J. Butts Fur sale at a Sicrilict—One com plete Soda Fountain, one new Ni tionsl Cash RgUCer, one Smith Premier Typewriter. App'y quick to Thomas Lloyd, Newcastle St. AFTER LAGUIPPE—WHAT Usually a racking cough and a general feeling of weakness. Foley’s Honey and Tar is guaranteed to cure the “grippe cough” and make you strong and well. W. J. Butts For Whooping Cough use CHENEY’S EXPEC TORANT At no.’ time is oihd secure from at tacks of such disorders of the Btomach as cholera morbus, cramps and diar rhoea; but these complaiutß are com mon during the heated term, when it is dangerous to neglect them. Pain- Killer is a remedy that has Dever fail ed, and the severest attacks hav been cured by it. A void substitutes. There is but one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis 25c . and 1 -50 c. Money to loan’ Call and see J. W. Watkins, 208 Bay street. In cases of catarrh, Hood’s Sarsaparilla heals the tissues, builds up the system, expels impurities from the blood, and cures. GeorgeA. Points,‘jUpper Sandusky, 0., writes: “I have been using Fo ley’s H >ney and Tar for hoarseness, and find it the beet remedy I eve tried. It stopped the cough imtnedi mediately, and L relieved all soreness.” at KESSLERS Dor. Monk and Grant Sts Sweeny flpprpi Our new ‘year’s stock contains many things which will be highly appreciated as gifts. Our high class Perfumes Suggest* something to sweeten life, from 10c to $7.00 per bottle. The stock is complete and interesting. Have thtngsfpr the sick too. Smith’s Pharmacy. CASTOniA. Bears the /I The Kind You Have Always Bought Bisa r B. J. OLEWINE, J 9 ioles Selling, Renting, Repairing,; Messenger Service" We sell Cleveland, Monarch, Crawford. Eagle, Elk, Dixie. Best of’Wheels for the Least Money. . i castor ia The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been in use fop over SO years, has borne tlie signature of -and has been made under his per /y* , sonal supervision since its infancy. /'oe/c*U6t Allow no one to deceive you in this. AH Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good” are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children —Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroy* Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulate* the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children’s Panacea- The Mother’s Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought in Use For Over 30 Years. THE CENTAUR COMPANY, 7T MURRAY STREET, NEW YORK CITY. FOR WEDDINGS! NEW LINE OF CUT GLASS H. I, liLLER & SON. MW f PflC POP I have opened Knew lit if villlt vfiws Shoe Repairing Shop in the OperaHonse Building Best-Material at the Lowest Prices. Shoes made from the Ground Up, Give me a trial. B. Saueressig. CHINESE RESTAURANT ESTBLISHED 1889. CHUE HALL* Proprietor, You can get the best the market affords by eating here 213 O RANT ST. WANTED.—Large publishing com pany desires ciuiva-s-r- hiul represen tatives in every town ir. h Sts e. A oouiraot. with ug iru m. d.iUrr ’o r ou. Investigate and sstioiy v ourself. “Man ager," f, O. box BBS, M .con, Ga. Bears the /) Tho Kind You Have f.uvays Bougir. "tt CZU/stf&aEu Such little pills as DeWitt’s Little Ear ly Risers are very easily taken, and they are wonderfully effective in ileaftsing the liver and bowels. \\ .J. Butts. T. POOL, Contractor and Builder, [1 9 Souib S.onsjwail Street. Brunswick, - Georgia kora SHORT TIME ONLY Flirt Y cautß, together with thi* “ad,” will brie* by mail a BAROME TER AND STORM GLASS oombined, in uicule care. Regular value $2 00. A'l<ire.-, “Scharf instrument C 0.,” CeneacoU, Fla.