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Established 1880. The Brunswick Call. Established 1H92. Ik Brunswick Times-Call, CONSOLIDATED 110, Published CVXKY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. AMHUB H. LEAVY Editor MLIHD A. MULLINS,' Bnainess Manager To delegates—The Timbi Cit.i. bids joo welcome. Freo edvfertieing is au easy thing to get these days. Tint Timer-Call Is sometimes bot tled—for a few days only. Let Brunswick get on gala attire this week, Everybody decorate. “American ships for American a*r gecs’’ will be tbe cry here this week. The storirs of Roosevelt and his lien killing are disgusting in the extreme Two conventions within the short period ofj a week, but Brunswick is rental to the occasion. The Havannah.News is taking more than a passing Interest in the Na’ional Maritime Congress. There L a method in its madness. Brunswick la the natural deep water terminal of the south Atlantic. Those business men who have found this out are better off flasnoially. Tue Times Cali. Is indeed sorry that eur popular gove-nor, Allen D Can dler could not he pressot at the Mari time Conrress. His friends will oar taialy miss him. INJURING IHB CAUSE OF IBM miANOK. We are very much surprised at the •etioa of the head ef the Womai'i Shrlstiauity Temperance Union of the etate of Kansas la endorsing the action •f Mrs. Nation, who by her receat de aaolishing of several saloons now bears the unique title “The Saloon Smaaher.” This woman may mean well bat ahe ia doing m >re to injure th cause she is advocating than all other agencies com bined. She is crea'ing sympathy for the sa loon men which will remain theirs for yearn to come. Mrs Nation is doing her saloon • nashing in a state where we aro no" surprised at anjthlng wbioh happens ami this may aucouut tor her success in her very peculiar hallucination. Tuir. defying of the law would not be toler ated In any other stato except “bleeding Kansas’’ and we are glad to sav that the women who advocate the cause of temperance in other parts of the coun try have not followed the example of Mrs Nation. BEAUTIFUL BRUNSWICK. Brunswick, the “City-by-tbe-Ssa,’ famed for its harbor, its health and its location, is ever the subject of pleasant comment to the impartial chronicler. One of the oldest oitiss in the south, with historical associations which con nect it with the colonial era, it presents to the world today the speotaole of growingcommsroial importauos, allied to unparalleled natural advantages. The indefatigable industry of tncd eru developcuieu. has made one of its chosen fields in Brurswick, and the fu’uro is rich with the promise of re- markable prosperity, HISTORY. Brunswick was one of ths first white settlements in Georgia. It was found ed by General James Edward Ogle thorpe, and laid off by his direction, into broad streets and handsome squares, the old English names given to them by the surveyors being still in use. Tbe commercial history of tbe towu dates from tbe olose of tbe civil war. Not until 1880 did it begin to assume any importance in the shipping and business world. Since then, its rise has basn gradual, steady and sub stantial. LOCATION. Brunswick it built on a peninsula extending into Oglethorpe By. It is about midway between Sivannab and Jaoksonviila, in the extreme weitern reach of the Atlantic seaboard. It is easily the leading oity of southeast Georgia, and i* the oounty seat of Glynn oounty. By reason of its loca tion, it enjoys not only a wonderful and nets for oommereinl prominence, bnt, as well, a salubrious climate, aided by the perennial balminess of tbe sunny South and tbe health-giving breezes of tbe sea. TRANSPORTATION. With two regular foreign lines of ocean steamers and two regular ooasl wise lines of ocean steamers; with two groat railway systems terminating the r vast network of tracks at its wharves; with fl-ota of steam and sail vessels coming and going at the rate of 60 par mantb. Branswiok bas no need to complain of transportation facilities. As tba natural development of its shipping resources continues, ths oomiog of other transpor scion lines will be bat a logical result. CLIMATE. Brunswiek enjoys a decided advan tigem Its climate, which, in winter, Is practioally the earns as that of Florida, without the excessive summer beat of the iswer latitudes. The bested days are delightfully tempered by the sea breezes. The sights are always cool. The same breeze in winter acts as a pre ventative against protracted seasons of stverecjld. Tbe thermometer rarely goes below 3d in winter and above 90 in summer. The mean temperature be tween the months f October and March is 59 degraee; in the rein lining months 77 degrees. lIEALTH. The unequalled health-giving proper ties cf Bruagwick air and Brunswick water make it a very desirable dwelling place. Many visitors spend the winter mouths here In preference to Florida, the opportunities for outdoor sport be ing un-xccbed. Tna curative proper t’es of the purs artesian water with which the city W plentifully supplied, have been estab lshtd by actual test. Added to this, the healing, invigorating salt air, the operation of a perfec" sys tem of sewerage and drainage, and the striot national quarantine sysiem make a ccmbination of healthful precautions that now insures practical Immunity fr. m serious infection. SEWERAGE. Brunswick, in 1594, contracted for a complete system of sewerage and drainage. The system was planned by the late Georgo E. WariDg; who lost his life while planning, for Havana, a similar system to that at Brunswick. The system was constructed by Her bert Tate, of New York, at a coat of $176,000. It ig rated as one of the most perfect in the country, an expert in the Engineering News recently de i elaring it to have but one superior BRUNSWiOA TIMKS-SALL, JANUARY 30 1901 A /| .. A a m fill* Bafts’* The fond mother dreams great dreams of baby’s future as she holds the sleeping little one in her arms. But the dreams will never come true unless 3he has given him a strong body and a healthy mind. Children die in hosts, or live to struggle through life feeble of body and dull of mind because the mother was unfit physically and mentally for moth erhood. Women who use Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription endow their chil dren with strong liodies and bright minds. It is every mother’s give her child the advantages of a healthy body and mind. A weak or sickly woman cannot do this. " Favorite Prescription” makes weak women strong ana sick women well. Mrs. Orria Stiles, of Downing, Dunn Ca. Wis., writes: ’’ I have been intending to write to you ever since my baby was born in regard to what your 1 Favorite Prescription ' has done for me. I cannot praise it enough, for ! have not been as well for five years as I now am. In July last I had a baby boy, weight n pounds, and I wasoaly sick a short time, and since I got up have not had one sick day. 1 have not had any womb Double since I got up. I was not only surprised mvael! but all of my (Hands here are surprised to mi me aawell.” Dr. Pierce’s Pellets cure biliousuesA system in tbe United States, that at Pullman, 111. The system consul: of 21 4 5 miles of sewerage pipe, and 12 7.8 miles of subnil drain? ga p ; pe. Toere are 54 maD-boles, 65 flush tanks, and 249 inspection pipes, a pumping station with triplicate en gines, capable of discharging 9,006,000 gallons of water par day. After [six years of use, it is still without defect. A DEEP WATER TERMINAL. Brunswick is the logical gateway from the teeming Sslds oNgbe Interior to tbe numerous Markets that lie on either shore of tbe broid Atlantio. A? Ibis fact ia bfeoming more and m ire apparent every day. The raiiroada are realizing it; tbe steam a lip and packet lines that, sail tbe At* lactic are learniog it to tbeir benefit and profit. As tbe surest proof of this elslm, Brunswiek offers tbe indisputa ble testimony of tbe seaie ef miles, tbs railway map and the harbor ohart. Brunswick does not except even New York from tbe list of ports over which it bss a decided advantsge as a terminal point. Compared with New York, Brunswick eDjiyi tba following great difference in distance : Miles from Brunswick. From N. Y, Memphis 680 1156 Cairo Nashville.. 667 90S Chattanooga 416 924 St. Louis. 887 1058 Louisville, 734 867 Kansas City 1164 1325 Omaha 1391 1402 Denver 1809 1932 With West Indian ports, Brunswick enjoys at ill greater advsn ages. The r tute to Cuba and l’orto Rico is ave y short one, that to Porto Rico being practically a straight line. These advantages are being appte ciated by shipping people—they in sure the commercial supremacy of Brunswick, STRIKES A RICH FIND *‘l was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debility, 1 writ’s .1 . F. Green, of Lancaster, N. H.. “no remedy helped me until 1 began using Electric Bitters, which did me more good than all the medicines lever used. They nave also kept my wife in excellent health for years. She says Electric Bitters are just splendid for female trsubles; that they are a grand tonic and invigorator for weak run down women. Noothermedicinecan lake its place in our family. 11 Try them Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists. CHEAP ADFEBTISING. CASH TN ADVANCE Advertisements in this column will be insert ed at the unilorm rate of One Cent a Word for ach insertion. No advertisement, however mall, less than 50 cents. Cash in advance. FOR KENT.—My bouse, corner D ana J streets, after February Ist. Ap ply to J. C. Cslboun, P. O. box H H. FOJJ SALE—E-tey upright piano. In good oondirtea and for sale cheap. Address ”1};” oare this < ffice. j ♦ 1 r ‘ ii^ Will pay libeegl reward for one Co lumbia obainleas model 50. No 9299.—J. J. FOR RENT.—Two furnished rooms for gentlemen. In Dies locality. Ap ply corner Union and Gloucester. WANTED—A good secoDd band safe, name price, condition and inside measurement. Addres E. G. Bbinn, Oglethorpe Hof“l. WANTED—Desirable representative to take orders for anatom-made cloth ing, For particulars address ;Marks Arnheim, Broadway and 9tb Sr., N. Y. LOST—Lewellyn setter, white, with black bead and spot on baoc, tan around mouth. Named “Dot.” Re turn to Oglethorpa Hotel and get reward. WANTED—Salesman to haadle a complete line of Lubricating O le. Greases and Specialties. . Best on the market. Good Commission. Garland Refioiog Cos., Cleveland, Ohio. The merited reputation of curing piles, Bores and akin diseases acquired by De Witt’9 Witch Hazel Salve, bas led to the making of worthless counterfits. Be sure to get only IleWitt’s Salve. W. J. Butts. GaorgeA. Points,iUapsr Sandusky, O.^writss: “I have been usiDg Fo ley’s Honey and Tar for hoarseness, and And it the best remidy I eve tried. It stopped tbe oougb imtnedi mediately, and relieved ailsorenesß.” Hurry Here Candies Hare This week’s steamer brings us a fresh lot of Huyier’s and Sparrow’s Candies. Our Taffies and Butter Scotch are freshjevery day. All kinds of foreign and domestic Fruits, Cel ery, etc. S, f, BAKER, JR., Su-ce.er to WM. LLOYD. Phone 2H-* 914 l-s Vewaa.Me S DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Brunswick, Ga, Jan. 28,1901. The (trin of Geotge & Lam origin, ha- this day been di-so’ved by mutual conseiit.Mr.Geoi _-erc tiring, the business will be continued at tlic okl stand of F. Gate he 11 All accounts due said firm to be paid to J. T. Lamhright and all ac counts against said firm assumed *by him. I Signed] W H. GEORGE, J. T. LAM BRIGHT. YOU KEY! iIY ,:i MISTS In lumber than that purchssed here. Good cause !—we personally superin the buying and storing of every toot of lumber entering our j ard, and your car peY t-r will tell ion that its a pleasure to woik if up. For house building, sta bles. barns; fence-, what not, superiori ty is assured at our mil is. Lang & Wood Planing Mill. CASTOR IA The Kind You Have Always Bought, anil which has been iu use Top over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his ner 7. sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All 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 Nargotic 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 Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.. The Children’s Mother’s Friend. CEMUiNE CASTORIA ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THC CENTRUM COMPANY. W MURRAY STWtCT. NEW YORK CITY. •. . .Watch This Space For the Big '. ‘ . SACRIFICE SAXE A OF-'V=— CARPETS and RUGS We Carpets at a ridiculous low price and are going to give o ur cm omers the benelit or it. a WATCH THIS SPACE. H. M. MILLER & SON. |C. DOWNING, President, E. ii. MASON, Vicb-Pr S ii,i Nt . i. and. WAl.tek, C a*h,*r THE NATIONAL BANK OF BRUNSWICK, CAPITAL $150,000 LOANS—DISCOUNTS—EXCHANGE— COLLECTIONS. - -—ars ssrosii boss: ros see— Interest Allowed On Deposits in Savings Department. ' DIRECTORS JOSEPH W. BENNET, C, DOWNING, ALBERT FENDIG Judge Brunswick Circuit, Pres Downing Cos. of Brobston, Fendig & Cos, W. G. BRANTLEY, E. 11. MASON; E. IX WALTER M. C. 11th Ga Dist. of E LI Mason & Cos Cashier. HENRY P, TALMADGE, Pres. Southern Pine Cos , New York r FORA SHORT TIME ONLY FIFTY cents, together with this will bring by mall a BAROME TER AND STORM GLASS combined, in nickle case. Regular value $2 00 Address, “Soharf Instrument |Co.,” Pensaoola, Fla. Juet received a large shipment of Embroideries, icclnding Battenburg end all materials penaiuiug thereto. Miss Kate Slater. Prettiest line of fancy work and Bmbroidenes of all kinds ever seen in Brunswick just received at Mise Kate Slaters.