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Ttie Brans wick Times.
Established 1889. The Brunswick Gall. Established 1892. J 1 Tie Brunswick Times-CalK CONSOLIDATED IWOO, Published X v’SLHY MORNING KXCBI'T MONDAY. l'n Timen-Oall will be. Delivered by u+rr.er or mail, per year. 95.00; per week 15 •an. Correspondence on live ■ubjectu tullclied. Real name of writer should ae •<nnpany same. Subscriptions payable in dvance. Failure to receive paper shook bi reported to the business office. Address 1 auiamnicatioi)' to THE TIMKS-CALL, Ga, 4ET9UR H. LEAVY Editor ft ILAND A. MULLINS,“ Business Manager TO SUBSCRIBERS: aubucribers ure requested to notify the office ween they fail to get any issue of the Tlines- Gail. Attention to this matter will be up tie •tiled by the publishers. NOTICE. Hereefter all legal advcrtlre ments must be paid lor after the first insertion. The management has been pnt to a great deal of trouble and delay In collecting in the past, and in future must take advantage of the Georgia la oo this subject. Oct. 10, 1900, NOT.CE Advertisers arc requested to send copy for changes in before 1 p. m., as the same will not have our attention unless they are in this office at that tiinr. "On tb* direct lios'’ was the cry at the convention yesterday. For short, spicy oratory yesterday was a banner day in Brunswick. And every member of every delegation says Brunswick is a great little city. Col. Macben, besides being a great railroad builder, is equally as good an orator. The Washington newspaper* say Sen ators Hanna and Clay will attend the maritime congress which is to be bald here January 39. The election of Mr, Frank D. Aiken as chairman of the Brunswick and Bir miughim convention yesterday wai a neat compliment to a man who desttv es it. Mr. Aikm is a patriotic citizen and can always he found in the front rank of any movement which means good for Biuuswick. GLOWING REPORTS. The speeches of delegates from along the proposed route of the Brunswick and Birmingham railroad were all gems of oratory and the earnestness of the speakers la telling of the advantages of their respective localities called for the admiration of all present. These gentlemen are leading citizens in their home places and possessing the aim ant of patriotism which makes cctlons grow they have been sent here to make plain statements of facts and that they hava done so in an excellent manner was evidenced by tne hearty applause they everyone received. But thsre is something more than fine oiatory in those rpecches. tacts and' figures brought tere hy the relegations only go to show what Ths Timks.Oali , has been saying is true and that is sim olj this—the couniry through which the I runswick and Birmingham railroad will traverse is the richest In the world. Ae a delegate said while speaking yes terday “it is the land of milk and honey.” Great is Georgia aid Alabama and greater will be both ot these great slates when they are connected by rll Kill railroad, the Brunswick atid Htrininghtim. IN BRUNSWICK TODAY The meeting of deb ira i a in Bruns wick today to and vise plans tor the build ing of a railroad is n impur ant event, which we hope lose duplicate and. Toe revival ot railroad build ng in the south is a natioml ext ec’atiou. There are immense rec Mons of country yet to hi p c c and by rail lints, B uns wick ;s inaugurating an excellent cam pa gn, v. h'ch we bope to see carried to surce sful couelu ion. Wit i Atlanta io control of a lire to the sen, no matter how poorly (quipped we would be able to oommand rates. Perhaps we will awake In time. —Atlan- ta Consii.utlon. THE QUEEN’S HUSBAND. Pretty soon Duke Henry, of Meek lenburg, is going to mafrj Queen Wil helm'na of Holland, who is a plump as a Georgia wa f er melon, and as pre - ty as a ripe peach. She p-.ssesses an iron will, and her mothir, on occasions, has also a few words to say. Duke Henry Is missing. Of course ha’ll be on band in time for the cere non 1 -, but just it present there seems to be a feeling that he has taken to the woods. You see he is cot to be a King. U’s doubtful if be ever gets a chance to carve his name wi>h a jackknife on the throne of Hollaed. He will always be knows to fame as Mrs. Wilhelmina’s husband, which is certainly tough luck. The Dutob I’arlimcnt refused to give him any salary or call him a “Royal Highness’' or “Prince Consoit.” Then he will have every member ot Dutch Parliment for a father-in-law, and thrse same members if Parliment have the power to divorce bim and dis miss him fn.ni the country at any time. He is to have no clet I7 defined rights, duties or functions. To a man up a tree, and with all re gard to deliciousncsF of the pretty Queen, it would setm that Duke Ilmry has purchased a gold brick and appar ently fail id In an attempt to cash It. If he marries her it certainly will be a love match. Have j our furniture moved by expe rienced band?. New Town stables. Hurry Here Gaudies Rare This week’s steamer brings us a fresh lot of Huyler’s and Sparrow’s Candies. Our Taffies and Butter Scotch are fresh'every day. All kinds of foreign and domestic Fruits, Cel ery, etc. S. W, BAKER, JR., Stt'cedsor te WM. LLOYD, Phone 255-5 Sll 1-2 Newcastle St BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, JANUARY 25 i9Ol If i , r ;..WK R..H l * U j-AYQ'ii i Trj& jB 1 rj 1 i jreuniTAiif p 1 i f§ M pJamJI For Whooping Cough use CHENEY’S EXPECTORANT FOIU short TIME only FIFTY cents, together with this “ad.” will bring by matl a BAROME TER AND STORM GLASS combined, in nickle case. Regular value $2 00 Address, “Sobarf Instrument Co.,?’ Pensacola, Fla. Fine Luncheon Crackers Cheese Straws,* Butter Thins, Philad’a Water Thins,’ Saratoga Cnips, Bent’s Water Biscuits Champagne Wafers, Venice Wafers (lemon) Crake Meal, Uneeda Biscuits, Uneeda Jineer Wayfer, Tea Flakes. Dir !m PHONE li Oat anmn suii from.the many’beautiful|uiodelß in.our display of TRIMMED HATS then ascertain the price. It will be less than you thmk ths hat is worth. Our milliners got the inspiration from ex pensive French models, but the mate rial and workmanship are American ther fore maob obeaper, but none the ess good and artistic MISS KATE SLATES (18 LOCCKSIEk. ST., ttP AD7ERTISINP. CASH IV ADVANCE Advertisements in tins column will lie insert eil at the Uniterm rate of One Cent a Word for nch insertion. No advertisement, however mail, leas than 50 cents. Cash in advance. WANTED.—EOO oats. B iroott’a Feed S ore. Two nice lunetieit rooms, with board, fill Pnlon street, WAN I'KO-To buy b National Cssb ; llegisier. Will pay oa-h . Call on .f I Mictle’a ir. . FOR SALE K t<-y up’. uf i piano. Io good Coni)ll oli n I for su e cheap. Address “T,” oare th s Hi, FOR SALE —On ii-w mo on* sec r<d-haiid efcfe, nr reasoi nb e priceP. Apply at this 111 FOR RENT.—Store to. tneriy occu pied by the “t.tee H v .” Po-session g veo et one o . E q i.rc ■ Timbs Call. FOR S iLE— A fivsr, class Grocery S ore witb a good payiDg tr.d , go. and lcc fioo; teas'ti or s-fing c angeif occu.a ii.ii. Address Grout*. li x 96 BrtiMi- Wici.. Go. H sivy araj ige a special's : N w To w u s.ablea. M e. T. Btiddleman, of Parahallville Mtoh„ was troubled witb salt rheum for thirteen years and bad tried a number of dootors without relief. Af ter two or three applications of Ban ner Salve, her bands beoame better, aud in a short time she was entirely aured. The merited reputation of curing piles, sores and skin diseases ac-juired by De Witt’s Witch Hass l Salve, has led to the making of worthless counterfits. Be sure to get, only DeWitt’e Salve. W. J. Butts. Our Greatest. Specialist ,iFor 20 yea s Dr. J. Newton Hath away has s ) successfully treated chronic diseases that, he is acknowledged >dav to stand at the bead of h profession in this line. His exclusive method of treatment for Varicocele ana Strict,un without the aid of knife or cautery cures in 90 per cent, of all cases. In the treatment of loss of vital forces nervous disorders, kidney and urinary complaints, paralysis, blood poisoning, rheumatism, catarrh and diseases pecul iar to women, he is equally successful Dr. Hathaway’s practice is more than double that of any other specialist. Cases pronounced hopeless by other physicians, readily yield to his treat ment. Write him today fully about your case. He makes no charge for consultation or advice, either at his of fice or by mail. J. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D. 25 Bryan Street, Bavaunah, Os HOW’S THIS? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for an; case of Catarrh that ost. not be oured bj Hall’s Catarrh Cure F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O We, the undersigned, have known F, J. Cheney for the last fifteen year? and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and finan cially able to carry out any made by tbeir firm. West & Truax, Toldo, O. Waldiog Kinnan & Marvin, wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. Hall’s Catarrb Cure is taken inter ally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent, free. Price 750, per bo’tlo. Sold by all druggists. Hail’i Family Pills are the best. Ha?e You in Appetite ? Many toothsome sugges tions for good living: Pure Pork Sausage lb Frankfurts “ 12$ ib Hoghead Cheese 12$ lb Dried Beef 20 lb Pickle Tripe 10 lb Pickled Beef ‘ 10 lb If its good we have it. i. 1.11 The Hustler, Phone -158. Tho Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and wltich has been in use far ever 30 years, has borne the signature of - and has been made under his per- SOllß lsupervision since its infancy. ‘ -’o-.-ow-vs Allow no one to deceive you in this. Ail Counterfeits, Imitations and ** Jnst-as-good” are hut ExporiSHv.-ui3 that trifle with and endanger the health of JiilliiivS aad Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Cftstoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare* govie, I>rops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness, It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the btcmach and Bowels,_ giving healthy and natural sleep- The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend. CASTORIA ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought >. §n Use For Over 30 Years. the CENTAUR COMPANY. 77 MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY. • . . .Watch This Space For the Big ; ; ; . SACRIFICE SALE OF<?=- C ARPETS and RUGS We have bought a lo Carpets at a ridiculous low price and are going to give our customers the benehr oi it. WATCH THIS SPAC£. H. M, MILLER & SON. We invite the attention of buyers tc our magnificent display of Oak and Mahogany RGCKE.RS in cobbler seats ana plush exquisite designs aul novel fin ish. Selections at this stcre are marts- easy and every taste gratified. Wood bottom chairs V"sc better ones in cane $1.25. The largest and most diversified assortment of Children’s Chairs to be found anywhere. Our stock of RUGS will l e found equally as inter esting. Many great economies will be revealed by a visit and critical inspection of -exceptional offerings throughout the entire store, fj (W Prickly ash bitters I E* V*®* Oar* th KJONEV3, th LIVER, th STOMACH and tf>e fcOW£L& rc mcoicjwcs ron qhs souam.