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See our prices for new and tasty designs in Carpets Matting and Engs. CS. Y* ffiSiffi, M Sapß ' jmLJsr flout a BeGoiflim Si from.the maoyjbeau’iful ,models in our display of TRIMMED HATS then ascertain the price. It win be less than you think the hat is worth. Our milliners got the inspiration from ex pensive Feenoii models, but the mate rial and workmanship are Atnerioan therefore much cheaper, but none the ‘vess good and artistic MISS KATE SLATER 504 GLOUCESTS.It ST.. Like bad dollars, all counterfeits of De- Witt's Witch Hazel Salve are worthless. The original quickly cures piles, sores and all skin diseases. W. J. Butts. WANTED, —Men to learn barber trade. Prepare now spring rush. Only two months required. Present grad uates with complete ou'fltof Cools, and pay sl2 weekly when competent. Con stant practice, expert instructions. Catalogue and partiouisrs mailed free. Aider Barber College, St. Louis, Mo. For Asthma use CHE NEY’S EXPECTOIiANT: Opera House ONE NIGHT ONLY Tuesday, Feb. 12th. A NOTABLEEVENT Appearance of tbe distinguished players ■CRESTON ADELAIDE Claris and Prince- Supported by r.beir own company presenting a SPLENDID SCENIC PRODUCTION of tbe romar tic success, The Last oF His Race, NOTE The presentation here will ba identical ic every detail of soenery, costumes end accessories with that givi-n by Mr Clark durirg his recent aogag tr.enfs in Philadelphia, Wash inglon at>d Baltimore: Prices'. SIXO, £oc, 2jc. Box Seats $1,50, OLD OLOTErFIFi Receive the best attention at the Brunswick Cleaning and Pressing Company; JAS. G. CARTER, Mgr. 504 MONK ST. Phone 258. It isn’t wise to take a chance on a piece of FURNITURE you want to be sure; when you purchased an article of us you always have have that comfortable, sense of security that goes with just a few things that are the best— you cannot make a mistake here whatever you buy, low est possible price ana money back if you’re not satisfied. 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 Jirurer Wavier, Tea Flakes. UHAS il 215 ttraot PHONE 11 ' Agent* "Queen Viot.oria.” Her life and reign. Only complete boob, ex quieitely illustrated, beautiful lile eize photograph. Fifty dollars per day; exolnsive territory; extraordi nary term; extra premiums absolutely free, credit given, freight paid, outfits free. “National Publishing Cos., (Es tablished 1857,) Lakeside Building, Chicago. When you have any second hand furniture to sell call on or ring up ’phone Ul-2 J. W. Watkins. The man who was “born tired' 1 should use Prickly Ash Bitters. It makes work a necessity to give vent to the energy and exuberance of spirits generated by func tional activity in the system. W. J. Butts. Don’t be deceived or humbugged by people who claim the discovery of some hither,o un known herb or root in swamps, or on some mountain or prairie for the cur.- of kidney and bladder troubles Any doctor; or druggist with tell you that suoh claims or fraudulent. Foley’s Kidney Cure simply contains remedies that are recognized by the most skilful physicians as best for these complaints, so don’t.be credulous rtoolish. W. J. Batts. Have yon a sense of fullnesslon the region your stomach;;after eating? If so yon will be benefited by nsfng Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They algo oure blching ana sour stomach. They regulate the bowels too. Price 25c. Sold by Bishop’s Drag Store. T. POOL, Contractor and Builder, 119. South Stouewa'i Street. Brunswick, - Georgia I THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, FEBRUARY 7 1901 Catarrh The cause exists In the blood. In •hat causes Inflammation of the mucous membrane. It is therefore impossible to cur* the disease by local applications. It Is positively dangerous to neglect it, because italways affects the stom ach and deranges the general health, and is likely to develop into consump tion Ilaiiy have been radically and permanently cured by Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It cleanses the blood and has a peculiar alterative and tonia effect. R. Loner. California Junction, lowa, writes: “I had catarrh three years, lost my appeti t e and could not sleep. My head pained me ami I felt bad all over. I took Hood’s Sarsaparilla and now have a erood appetite, sleep well, and have no symptoms of catarrh.” Heed's SarsassEriSfa Promises to cure and keeps the prom ise. It Is better not to put off treat ment— buy Hood's today. HOW’S THIS? Wa offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any oase of Catarrh that, can not be cured by HalJs Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and flnan oioily able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, wholesale druggists, Toldo, O. WalcJing Kinnan&Marvin, wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. Ka’l’s Catarrh Cure is taken intar aliy, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 750, per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Hall’s Family Pills are the best. Henry Hirsb Is again at the Arcade ready to greet his friends. FIRST AND FOREMOST In the field of medicine is Hood’s Sarsa parilJa. It possesses actual and unequalled merit by which it cures all diseases caused or promoted by impure or impoverished blood. II 'you have rheumatism, dyspep sia, scrofula or catarrh, you may take Hood’s Sarsaparilla and be oured. If you are tun down and feel weak and tirsd you may be sure it will do you good. The favorite family c&ihar tio is Hood Pills. CITATION. Georgia—Glynn County. Wherea .Mrs Bmily .J. Caldeiwood, adminis tratrix of Irvin Calderwood’s estate,represents to the court in her petition, duly Hied and en teredfon record,chat sho iiasfu.ly administered Irvin Caldirwood’s estate. This is therefore to cite all persons concerned, kindred and cred itors, totshow sanse. if any thev can, why said administratrix should not be discharged from her administration and receive letters ol dis mission on the first Monday in May. IDOL HORACE DART, Ordinary. cheap rates to Washington, D. C-, ACCOUNT OF THE PRES IDENTIAL INAUGURATION CEREMONIES. Brunswick, Jan .29, 1901. Plant Systrm will eel! tiokets from Brunswick at the rate o- $14,10 for the round trip. Ticket* limited to contin uous passage in eaoh direction, to be sold Msroh 1,2 ind 3, with final limit March 9tb. SHIPPING REPORT Oorruted Daily by Oapt, Otto Jiihannsr n Port of Brnnoriek, Jan. 31, 1901. ARRIVED Norwegian bark, Roiidon, Ifamen, Barbados Bcl>r Lilzlc B Willey, River*, Boston CLEARED. Russian bark Ahti,Jamson, Malaga SAILED. U. 8. Monitor Ampttrite, Port Royal 8 8 Navahoe, Jobnatcn, Boston via Charleston Nor Lark Baron Hoi berg, Laraen, Sutton Bridge Bchr Harold B Peek, Marcbal, New York UNA CLAYTON. Uoa Clayton, the winsome soubrette, supported by an excellent oompany, will appaar at the opera house for a Saturday matinee and night perform ance. The bill for the matinee is “Frou-Frou,” whioh has been present ed with great success by Alias Minnie Maddem-Fiske. The play for the night performance is “The Sultan’s Daughter,” Specialties will be intro duced iu and between the acts. Re served seatr, both for the matinee and night p-rf rmsnoee, are now on sale. Matinee prioa* are 15 and 25; night pries* 15, 25, 35 and 50. l.cjrul Weights IVr Bushel. From -so of onr correspondents wa have the following; “A discussion h%, arisen here con cerning the legal weights per bushel in Georgia. Will you plume enlighten us on the subject?” Answer. —Your favor of Deo. 15 re ceived. As per your request we cite you to the Code of Georgia, 1882, page 311, which gives the legal weights per bushel for Georgia as follows: Wheat, 60 pounds; shelled corn, 56 pounds; corn in the ear, 70 pounds; peas, 60 pounds; rye, 66 pounds; oats, 32 pounds; barley, 47 pounds; Irish potatoes, 60 pounds; sweet potatoes, 55 pounds; white beans, 60 pounds; clover seed, 60 pounds; timothy seed, 45 pounds; flax seed, 55 pounds; hemp seed, 14 pounds; blue grass seed, 14 pounds; buck wheat, 52 pounds; dried peaches, (unpeeled) 33 pounds; dried peaches, (peeled) 33 pounds; dried ap ples, 24 pounds; onions, 57 pounds; stone coal, 80 pounds; uiislacked lime, 80 pounds; turnips, 55 pounds; corn meal, 48 pounds; wheat brand, 20 pounds; cot ton seed, 30 pounds; groundpeas, 25 pounds; plastering hair, 8 pounds. Hop. iug this will prove satisfactory, I am Yours very trnly, State Agricultural Department. §MNDICESTICi\mS f AND } f CONSTIPATION I Those are'twin evils which work I serious mischief in the human body. They sap the strength, destroy energy ! and impoverish the blood. Asa result | of these ailments, the system gradu- I ally becomes disordered and the con j stitution weakened so that the body I loses vitality and is unfit to stand the sticin of hard or continuous labor; thus, the victim offers a shining mark for kidney disease, lung trouble or the life-crushing malarial fever. An easy and certain means of j warding off this condition is within the reach of every one. j PRICKLY j ' ASH I RITTERS I the System Regulator, is the remedy. A few doses whenever the digestion is disturbed, or when the bowels fail to I move regularly, win remove the diffi- j culty and stimulate the vital organs j to a better and mo'e complete per formance oi their duties. With vigor -nd regularity in the stomach, liver, kidneys and hcwels, there can be no loss of strength or energy, the blued will be pure and nourishing, and the I capacity of the body for work thereby I maintained at the highest standard, I Send for a bottle to-day, Keep It I always in the hoe*. A half wine, j glassful when ute stomach feels I b.oa-e* when the breath is bad, or j fne is constipated, will quickly j res .re Miefee’ingcf vigor and cheer- j fulness. I ORUCCBYB B ’’ILL fT k i AT SfCO. Bj ft. BOTTLE. W. J. jgUTfii Sere Hants Cired I WAS troubled with hands so sore that when I put t hem in water the pain would near set me crazy, the skin would peel off, and the flesh would get hard and break, tluin the blood would (low from at least fifty places on each hand. Words can never tell fi&y bSSlftfe. f the suffering 1 endured for three years. 1 tried tit least eight doctors, a<p| but my hands were worse than when £ JR". Jjfgj commenced doctoring. I tried every VjL MSmt old Granny remedy that was ever fibvX vUBmL thought of without one cent's worth wlp *?.. • WH] of good and could not even get relief. jpty I would feel so badly mornings when ■Pf* 1 ftot up, to think that l had to go to i Hmmi /7 work and stand pain for eight or nine why- ' J hours, that I often felt like giving uj JfcA .. Xk, my job, which was in the bottling J^pßS ,|, '/i works of Mr. E. L. Kerns, the leading / HPgsgfcv. bottler of Trenton, N. .1., who wilt t'” hihilu"-'*'i vouch for the truth of my sufferings. QfiMMlfißHßWWspy*Jww?lbsfore I could start to work, 1 would * lav ® t 0 wrap each finger ou both, hands, and then wear gloves, which I -1 ' ’'■'"fW / hated to do, for when I came to take.< 'Jy' z/ them off, it would take two hourso ! — s .'■A ' ‘‘ and the flesh would break and bleed., ' ’ Some of my friends who had seen my hands would say, “If they had such hands they would have tlumi ampu tated” ; others would say “ they would never work,” and more would turn away in disgust. But thanks to Cuticura, the greatest of skin cures, it ended all my sufferings. Just to think, after doctoring three years, ami spending dollar after dollar during that time, Cuticura cured me. It lia now been two years since I used it and I do not know what sore hands are.. I never lost a day’s work while I was using it or since, and I have been working at the same business, and in acids, etc. (►*••* THUS. A. CLANCY, 310 Montgomery St., Trenton, N - . J. Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor. 1 s> Consisting of Ccticura Soai l (25c.), to cleanse the skin of erusts and *IIXI/115110 scales und soften the thickened cuticle; t'l TKI I’.A Ointmhnt (00c.>, 118 9 Ifiila 15 ,r ’ 1° i "etsnily allay itching, inflammation, and irritation, and soothe and U heal; and CtiTictritA R*soi.v*nt (60c.), to cool and cleanse the blood. . ... A Elton,kßkt isoften sufficient to cure the most torturing, disfiguring. THF \I- I \ I /1, ami humiliatingskin, sealp, and blood humors, with loss of hair, wb'.il I lib Ol I , allolbo fails. Sold throughout the world. Ml > MILLIONS USE CUTIHURA SOAP EXCLUSIVELY For Preserving Purifying and Beautifying the Skin Scalp Hair and Hinds. Advertisers ways PPRECIATE H PiNG *“ ANO TH A Regular eturns EPORTED By Advertisers Who Use These Colmnis. Jaaatity and Quality of Circulation "gives Jaantity and quality to Advertisors And We Give Both WE ALSO ml GUARANTEE TO GIVE SATISFACTION IN JOB WORK. DON’T SiiND AWAY FOR $} ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, SHIPPING TAGS, When you canget them at’home for the same price and besides you save the cost of freight and drayage. OUR PHONE IS 31. i and a message will receive prompt attention. We don’t mind calling an talking the matter over with you and giving you our estimates, and if we fail to get your order that is our fault, net yours. ALL WE WANT IS A TRIAL Times-Call, tdX) and 208 Hloucester Street j Such little pills ns DsWlu’e Littlu Ear ly P.'sr- tm vir> easily nken. and they ui j.rou' e*fuU; f ff-'Otiva in eleaiisiok the i and bowel* tt j hurts. f . -j.- i r ..ti.. bi**> ia. (f iwl '*'<•*' Alwj* Bcuglil FOR HALE Kgg“—Whi’eata Br.iwn Whi'e Plvii uO , *> Korku, Wtnie 4fi-- unreas, #. and Hull < • iphia*’. Apply*! roaid 'nee )i W V- Hymns Wo to the Arcade—Henry HlrsU there.