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K*tbli#hs4 18*9. Tbe Brunswick Call. NtMMlsk-d MM. T* kunswicK Times-Cali. wt, OOK *OUt>ATKI> MOO. rabliiilwd jfVIRY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY „ ThTU # Csliwill t.o dtllwred b MrrUr or 01*1 ■ p*r yen, IS O - '; per week 15 cent*. C *>r~ reaper den's on IWe fclibj ct, SGlicU-rl. llenl name >f writerthunW ecoiinpunj seme. Huh sortptio • yaya .1 in -dran-:,. ini a ! to re eeln' piper tiionld be re ored to the taurines. Addreee all ootumanlcationa to. THE TIUW-CAU, Brunswick. On. TO BGBBO 1UBK8: Subscribers are requested to notify the office Wham they fail to get any Mattie of tbe Timet. OUL Attention to thin matter will tie ap , •- Mated by the puWiauatt. AETHTJB H. LKAVY Editor EOLAED A. MULtINR, Bn.lntss Manager NOTiCE. Advsrthers are requested to send copy for changes In before lp.m., as the tame will cot have' oar attention unless they are In this office at that lima. Rome la to have a new paper. Thl* I* nothing n<-w for Rome. Cigarette eraoke and rata are the worst enemies of Slater Nation. Atlanta haa juat bad a big fire. At lanta is always having something. An exoharge think. Carter’s flight for liberty Is very determined. 8o was hi# tillering. The Madison Adrerlser says: "Brobston lecmi to ha-re converted Brunswick to the shlg-subsidy.” Tbe Atlanta Journal heada an item "Jack Fuire'l aya ‘Quo Vadia’ ie grant, but reeda M inrfleld.” Would not Mr. Fntrall answer tha purpose admirably? jt-b T a inemnaaa ot a young woman’* olub in A nghempton havs rssolv.d not to Uttar a tiu.le word daring Lent. But tbli doaa uot preclude a >o,un g man Who maana bucinns from goltlug a rapljr, “Tbit la ao sudden," on paper. The Albany Herald aaya; “Among the esrl.-.sitis. of crlmtsal law brought to light by >he dlaouaa'.on ot tha uahy kldnapiug oarn la the fact that In Ten nstaee the puniehaieut for aleallug a borae la imprlutiment for not leas than thrra sot-tuo' tb-n ta : Tra, whl'e for air a) tug e-.11.l It t an') from one to It vara" BEN A’OKI a, JL DEADLOCKS Tbe S.nato’lv il-mlloc< are p a greasing ser-n-oy Thla tney hava been doing several wees*. Mr. Clark wi ratdlly elected in Honiara, but hit ooileagas hat not been, and the teat now Iliad bT Mr. Carter, a rrpubhcen, Will ba vacant Mbrcb 4. from Oregon Mr. Mcßride, a repubb can, will go out of Congress on Mateh 4, and tba republicans are unable to agrea upon a auoerseor. It it a slate (Ivan to deadlocks, and tbe present one shows no signs of i.dailan, Tbe situations in Nebraska Is eempli oated by the railroads. Two sea a now fllltd by Mr. Allen, populist, and Mr. Thurston, republican, will be vacant March 4. Tba republicans eon'rat tha Legislature, but thry are balloting for a doren candidates, and no ona of then, la near a majority. Tha Addieks troob’s in Delaware has •plit tbe republicans into two parts, sad Be iamooratio votes are tu'ahasabls In tbatttate. Two saata will be vacant March 4. Ia othar words, If ihe four Leglsla turea adjourn without ss'reting senators, tba rapublloana will ba short Ira sen ators, and tbe democrats one—a net republican lota Of four seats. But as tbli will not affect tbe political etatus of the sens'# no ona gives It much at tention, except Hr. Hanna, who baa •rderad tba Delaware republican* to •Jeot two republican* sana'ora, intimat ing ■ hat Addlcka ia good enough for, biro or tbe administration. His position it tm nanliy sound atd correct. I UP-TU DATE “PINABTOIMRINQ.” Now some of the Wall Street geitle raen are complaining because J. Pier pout Morgan us*d his offi jial position I o promote a contract In which he wea j In'erested. Mr. Morgan, it e al'eg-d, acquired a ura.-.e of railroad eyet ms. Hr d'<e j something like that ev-rv m ruing jus. 'o work up a appetite for breakfast. Li er it is ase jrted, Mr. Morgan sold one f the railroad* to .be o’ber and cleared up $v,000,000 for hims. If in the tied. 1.1 uiugh oo *t ckh ilders and people who know no mo e aiout the Mock narkei and Its vagsri s than a Hindu ,dol Trey miss a few dlyidecdi. experience ‘•tune bardHiups, have lees luxuries and even come to want —but it •>8 ail a prt of the g-me. They mu t remember that without sheep the wolves would die of starva tion. If that does notbring consolation, Ist them recoollect that it is oaty a steo from modern financiering to highway robbery. The difference lies in the amount of the rwag. Mr. Morgan doesn’t use a bludgeon, because ho deesn’t have to. EMBEZZLEMENTS IN i9OU According to the record kept during ths year by the Monthly Bulletin, the embezzlements for 1900 exceeded those ol the preseding year by $2 2i7 792 Whether this Increase lndi ates grow ing dishonesty or Is due to the urowth of fiosnoial and commercial transactions and ihe consequent employment of more m.n Is not easily determined. It is certainly yery creditable that in totsl embezzlement# last year of over $8 000,- 000, only $181,805 of tbit amount wsa bus to the insurance business Follow ing is ihe record chs'ifled for 1900: Federal and stste $1,102,771 Mini clpal 805 094 Tra aporution c mpinke— 193 949 Buildirg and savings and loan asai ciatlcna . 181,539 Benevolent gssocla ions 128,938 Insurance companies 131305 Court, rusts 1,085,384 Bsuks 1,713,838 Commercial corporations and firm: 1,754 948 MUcellaueous 892,342 'Total $8,090,878 SHAKE INTO YOOR SHOES. lattin’g Foot- Fae, a powder, ft cares palufui, unurtirw, nervous feel and lnc vlng nuil.vuui instautls taKos* the sting out or eoron and oun ions ‘v* tbe aroatc4 ootnfvrt dlacovery of the isro. Allen’s Foot Ka*e uijxM'm tjgut or new #rtHp t a crta:r, cure r>r sweat ua, omUouh and b 4, tired, a.’iiug foot. Try it tooap. Hold by all ur ißgisu atiiT no stores Hy mail fir *ro i alamps XViai package Fi 4. VddrortS Aliku S.fHmstoads L toy, N Y Only afe n m *re left Those Wire Nursery •‘eiders that will keep die children out < f the fi e Ke and E LaMance, manager' For the wenkie*- and nrostrution fol lowing-grippe 'here Is nothing so prompt and effective as One Minute Cough Ours, this .reparation i highly endorsed as an unfailing remedy for ai throat and lung troubles and is early use .prevents con. sumption It was made to cure quickly. W. J. Butts Tho best protection agalmt fevers, pneu monia. diphtheria, eto., is In building up the system with Hood’s Sarsaparilla TRIED FIVE DOCTORS Mrs, Franois I, Ba’es, of Missouri Va"ey la., wiites; '1 had severe kidney trouble for years; had tried live doctors without benetit, but three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure cured mo. tv. J. Butts. The family ihst keeps or bar,d ami usie oc caslona ly ill* i vlplirah'it Prlrkiy .h hitters U always a well regulated family. W J. Butt*. 10 4 Hav# your tried our dainty Zaphyrs? A trial will conrineeyou of tli-ir ability to pleats the meat fastidious. Our Jin#; of Butter •eoteli and rh'icolat# is the hast in th# sity. A fresh lot of Flor ida Oranges and fruit of all kinds every weak. S.W. BIKER, 4 CO., Bncosfaor lo W XL. LI DTD. Plums 191-S M 4 1-1 NtWMMto.St BRUNSWICK TIMES.-OALL. FEBRUARY 23 1901 Forewarned, Forear me dm The liability to disease is greatly lessened v.-l.en the blood is in good con dition, and the circulation healthy and vigorous. For then all refuse matter is promptly carried out of the system; oth jrwise it would rapidly accumulate —letixientatica would take place, the blood becorue polluted and the consti tution £0 weakened that a simple malady, might result seriously. A healthy, active circulation means good digestion and strong, healthy nerves. Asa blood puiifier and tonic S. S. S. bns no equal. It is tbe safest and best remedy for old people and children because it contains no minerals, but is made exclusively of roots and herbs. No other remedy so thoroughly and effectually cleanses the blood of im purities. Attlie w Sr'V same time it builds up the weak and de- S ,7V kjl* bilitated, and reno vates the entire sys tem . It cures permanently all mannei of blood and skin troubles. Mr. E. B. Kelly, of Urbana, 0., writes! “I had Eegeina on my hands and face foi five jee . It would break out in llttld white puetdles, oruata would form and drop off, leaving the akin red and inflam ed. Tee doctors did me no good. X used all the medicated soaps and aa> ves without beneiH. B. 8. 8. cured me, and roy alda is aa clear and smooth ae any one'a." Un, Henry Siegfried, of Oape May, KT. J., aaye that twenty-one bottles of S. 8. 8. ourea her of Ouncer of the brea&t. Doo tora and. friend# thought her oaso hope tea. Hi chard T. Oardner, Florence, 8. C. t suffered for yearu with Bolls. Two bot tle# of 8. 8. 3. put hi# hlood in goon con dition and the llorx disai peared. Send for our free book, and writs our physicians about your case. Medical advice free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. GA CHEAP ADVERTISING. CASH IN ADVANCE Advertisements in this column will be Insert e<l at the uniform rate of Oue Cent a Word for aoh Insertion. No advertisement, however small, less than 80 cents. Cash in advance. FOR REN I’—Good comfortable far- Dished rooms 405 G street. FOR SALE- 0 Bantam Coohm chick ens, 8 large black Cochin chickens, 2 Buff Coohia roosters. C. 8. Tait, Bruns wick, Ga. For Soda Water, Seltzer, Root Beer, ring phone 102. L I udwig. Call for Ludwig’s soda water.. It is he bent. Call for Ludwig’s Soda an 1 rlellzer. For sals at ail saloons. WANTED—A few pupils to lake sb riband at night clues. Address Teacher, 003 Maualield street. Jennings & Burge,Plumb ers and Pipe Fitters. Re pair work a specialty. Esti mates cheerfully furnished. We do our own work and guarantee satisfaction. 102 A street, opposite Ogle thorpe hotel. I. W. Harper whiskey is a perfect distillation. It strengthens you and helps resist oold and disease. Try it. I '8 better than the doctor. Tbe kind y.ur grand rather nsadl Sold by T. N#*ui*n, Brunswick, Ga. TOi r E A COUGH e*op oonghing, a It irritates tbe lunge, and glvns them no oba: ue to beat. Foley’s Here) aud lar cures without causing a strain in-lir 'Wing till tlie phloem like commou courh expectorants. W 1 Butts. GENERAL missionary confer ence M. K. CHURCH, SOUTH. New Orleans, La,, April 24 30th, 1901. For the above occasion, Ihe Plant System will sell tickets from Bruns wick to New Orleans, La., at the rate of 105 for round trip. To be sold April 22, 23, 24, with final limit May 2nd. There is a little hole in the wall at 228 Grant St’, where you will find no fine fixtures but the Best Dim dI wbisket Inßrnnswicfc For 10 Cents H. BKL.IG, Proprietor. B. J. OLEWINE f"l XJio^les Selling, Renting, Repairing, Messenger Service We sell Cleveland, Monarch Crawford, Ragle. Elk, Dixie. Best of Wheels for the Least Monev. mnoTalOrgan If you want a good Piano or Organ buy a Ludden & Bates B. J. OLEWINE, Avent* Eruptions Dry, moist, scaly tetter, all forms of eczema or salt rheum, pimples and other cutaneous eruptions proceed from humors, either inherited, or acquired through defective digestion and as similation. To treat these eruptions with drying medicines is dangerous. The thing to do is to help the sys tem discharge the humors, and to strengthen it against their return. Hood’s Sarsaparilla permanently cored J. O. Hines, Franks, HI., of eczema, from which he had suffered for some time; and Miss Aivina Wolter, Box 212, Aleor.a, Wls., of pim ples ou her face and hack and chafed skin on her body, by which she had been greatly troubled. There are more testimonials in favor of this great medicine than can he published. Hood's Sarsaparilfa Promises to cure and keeps the prom ise. No longer put off treatment. Buy a bottle of Hood’s today. AMUSEMENTS. Opera House Matinee and Night Saturday, Feb, 23th Tbe World Riinouned f’rastidijf'Uror HERRMANN, THE GREAT In a Monster Program of M ip! MB. “The Mysterious Tub of Neptune.” •‘La Suppliee de Lutece” —and — CREMATION. A Beautiful Young Lady Burned Alive Before your eyes. . Amsrica's Finite fell Faailf. S..NOSSES-5 In Selections From Grand and Popular Operas, Etc , Etc. Matino j prices, 25, 50, 75. Night prices, 25, ?0, 77 51. Don’t ha deceived or ’igmbmged liyfaop'- who olalm tbe discovery ot some hitherto an known herb o. root in swampy or oir*fc>me mountain or l.rairte for tbe curve! kidney and bladder trunities Any dooU>r;ordru*K‘<' t '**• tell you tha Atoll claim* or traodnlent. Foley’s Kidney curs simply contain. remedies that are recognized by the most skilful .jphyslctana as liest for thee* complaints, so don’C.tw oredulou. r foolish, nr. J. Batts. Bor a clear ooroidcaion, hriebt spirkling eve ainlvhforous digemioD, taki i ricklv Anti Bit ter/ It puts the systtui la lieiieot order. \\ . .1./ulta. j j P. DEYAK IS, Country Product a-*—Vegetables- etc. Also Confectioner*. HONK STREET. BRUNSWICK. GA the Drnggisl In Wsshitigioi.’d day was compell ed to cnmpoiinrt hi* m-dimne from a few drugs obtained with and tficul vend at great oust. Now we have ihe useo ! every drug known to the Pharmaco poeia. Prescriptions are prepared from the m >st fresh, pure and potent Drugs obtainable and they are always accu rate acd ertloient. Smith’s Pharmacy. ELI ZISSIMATO, 302i Newcastle St. Mgni... :::. Hie [it CIGARS AND TOBACCO Al! Kinds ofiOandy. SHERIFF SALES. SKOBGIA, Glynn County. Will be gold before the courthouse door in Brunswick, Glynn county. Ga., on the first Tuesday in March, 1901, within the legal hours of sale, the following described .property,-to wit: That certain tot tract or parcel of land situate, lying and being In the city of Brnnswick, conn ty oi Glynn state of Georgia, known and de signated cn the map of said e!ty made by George R Baldwin in the year 1837, as the northern one third of the western one-half of- Oid Town, lot No. 65 Levied on as the prop erty of Gtus Adams under aud by * irtue of an ] execution issued by H. J. Read, tax collector, for state and county tax as due for the year 1900, amount of tax 114.61 with interest and all cost. Levy mad*: and returned to me by B. . Pyles deputy sheriff. Also at tht same time and place the following described property to wit; The unexpired leasehold interest and improvements in and to all that lot, tract or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the State if Georgia, eountv of Glynn, and in the city of Brunswick, and in that portion of said city, known as Town Commons, and more particu larly oescribed as Town Commons lot number one hundred ana fifty between Wolf aud Al bany streets. Levied on as the property of Mulinda Pulley to satisfy an issued from the Superior court of said couiPy in fayoi of the Luddt n & Bates Southern Musical house and against the said Malin ia Pulley, eaid prop erty being in p tsseseion of said MaUnda Pulley. Notice of levy given to defendant as required by taw. Amount of interest S6O, principal $24.15 and costs. Levy made and returned to uie by 1C B. Pylca. deputy sheriff. Also at the same time and the following described property to-wit: t That certain lot or tract of land. Jyirig and being i the 27th district G M county of Glynn r-tate of Georgia and known as a part of Oak Grove; tractot land containing 250 acres more or less, and bounded as follows: On the norm by i&tid* of the name tract, on the south by public road lending from Fancy Bluff to Sand Hill, on the west by public road leading from Fncy Bluff by Bethel.ou the east by Fancy Bluff lands. Levied on as the property of O 8 Scarlett under nd by virtue pf an execution issued by H J. Read, -ax collecto - , for state and county taxes due f<r the vears lS9Fand 19(H). Amount of tax s $l3O 70 with'the interest and all coals, Levi made and returned to me by R 8 Pyles, deputy sheriff. Also at the same time and place all tnat certain portion of that lot of land sit uate in the city of Brunswick in the ■aid coun ty and state aid in h Old Town of said citj and known and numbered on the map of said city mu i: by George It Baldwin in In:i7 as #l<J Town lot number one hundred and thirty-two (132) sit ’d portion being the south western forty ne (41)by sixty-five (6fl fe*t of sail lot said porton in ing ;i rectangle in shape w th ends of forty one (41} and sides of sixty five (f-5) fn4?t fronting forty one (413 feet on the eastern ride of Richmond street and running back sixty five (66) feet and bounded on the southern* - ide by the tine of Old T own lot 133 Sajd pro perty levied on as the property of H J Read, ad- Diinfstrutor >n the estate of Edwin Mlilh de ceaaeibto satisfy a mortgage execu'bm issued from the superior court of said county in fav or of BailieO it h a*.ain*t said administrator. Said proi>erty being in popscrmiou of eaid ad ailniatrator. This February Bth, 1901 Alo at the same time and place that cer tarn tract or lot. of land in Brunswick Glynn county Ga., fronting thirty f®t on ‘‘a*’ sue t in said city aud known on Baldwin' mapofisaid city made In 1837 as New Town lot number three bundreJ aud ninety four (994.) Levied on and solans the property of Wm. B. Moore un der aud by virtue uf 11 fa la*ucd from the Jus tine court of the 26th district G. M Glynn County against W 11. Moore and m fftv r *f Fred Baumgartner, J. W Watkins transferee. Also at the same time and place an undivided sixth of loi of land number i.HB lu th o and town portion >f Bruuswick. a** the property of A. J. Grovatt, under n mortgage execution fn-m Glynn superior court in favor of J .Brown ag*instsatd for one thousand principal, Asides interest and cost?*, Alxo st tbe mi me time and place an undivi ed h If of the Eastern third of lot of land number 2R3 lu old town of Brunswick, as the property of Crow*t & Whltfteld under a tnoitg go vxiiS titn from G T ynu "uierior coin r in favor of J N. Hro%ti foru*© iigalnt Crovatt Si Whitfield for fifteen hundred dollars priuc.- pal, besides Interest and costs. W H. BKRRfR, Sheriff. TRUSTEE’S SALB. In the District Court of the United State*. for tbo Fiuiteiu i>ivi*r<Ln ot ihe Southern District c/>Georgitt. In Hr i ABE A Bankrupt. j * Under and by virtue an order granted by UaeHoti. \. J, Orov&tty referee in nankruptey dated February litfi \l9ol, the undersigned trn#iec of tb? esthte of 'said b tnfcrupt wiU on thettath day of February 1901 between the legal hours of sale at the former t lace of business of .said bankrupt# nutajttr 909 Newcastle street in the city of B rungvsffi #Ga., put up at public sale and sell to thebidder for cash all of tne a4'-tx .o the estate of said bankrupt consist!>• V jewelry* brie-a brae, fixture*, etc, &b<l \*Laicb asectn ure more fully described and inventoried In the inventory of file with the said referee, which inventory i open to inspection by prospective purchasers. For the purpose of said sate tbe aaaeis will be divided into six parcels, to any: 1 Show cases, safe and fixture, ‘i The to4ls of trade of wuid bankrupt, li SDvcr and silver piatt and articles ihe articles. 4 Gold and gold i lated articles h Clocks and bric a-brac. 6 Notes and accounts due tbe bank rapt, The trustee will put up ff'r sfOe separately etch of aaid pa l cels and after he has re>’eiv <1 bid* upoll each of said parrels ft p ruely be will then and there offer the entire stock ?s one lot and in the event the b . f r ihe c- tr o •lock shall exceed u thb augregate the bl i for the parcels, then he wilt knock down the in tire sUtck under such a bid, but oa the other hunil in th event the bids received for the said parcels r paratelv shall aggregate a sum ? creator than the bid for the entire stock then ie will knock down said stock to the bidders upon aepsiaU? parcels. Said sale to be reported to the court for con firmation at Brunswick. Ths February 13th* 1901 M RAISE It. Trustee of tbe Estate of Abe.Kuibchild,Bank rupt, Appr<ved, A. J.GKOVATT, Referee. STATE OF GEORGIA -County of Glyno The Federal Transportation and } Insurance Cos., and Edward i Mci kle A CO., of Zurich Swita- j erland, j In Glynn Bu rs perior Court, The Atlantic Cotton Cos., A Nor- I Mav Terra, den & Cos., C.Sehumaker and Cos. 1190 1. In C. Downing. ,J H Ernst, Carol I Equity Sun Ernst, A F Ghui obtll, J S Thom -) on as, surviving oo partner of CCon* J or* liahlli nor A' Th< mas, W E Kar. II \\ O i li*a injunc- Kdye, >V B Bur rang s. IV m O Al- j tion, reomv llaot Win M Hitt. Mary S Moyd, 1 era, etc, fdm inis'rat rix of C B 1,10y.i, F M Scarlett surviving j t o partner of ?>c*rlett A lent i To J H Ernst, Carlo Ernst 11 W O Kdye, C Shumaker and Cos., each resident* in New York City. N Y. J 8 Thomas, surviving 00-partner .f O’Connor & Thorn a-*. Chariot t- N C, Wm <> vil-Mon, Englewood, Bergen county. N J, elect ing: You ar and each of yon defendants in the above stated cause, are her*by required to be aud app ar in person, or by attorney at the next term of Glynn Superior court, wh ibo n ' eneg on the thud Monday in Mav. \ D it* l,to answer th*' petition f the pUintillN, filed in the idiove stated cage lu u sutt in cquuy to enforce payment of stockholders liahiltty upon their stock subacriptionS. and injunction nud rd cotver. Herein fail not, as in nefault thereof t!ie court w ill proceed as to justice shall apper tain Witness (he Honorable Joseph W Benner, judge superior court of Glj'nn county This >‘el*ruary 7th, 190 J. 11. F r>v Bignon, Clerk Superior Court Glynn Go,, Treatnry Devartraeut, Office fiupeivivng Architect, Wasbiogtou, I>. 0.. Feb. T. 19-1 Neald proposal* will be received at this ortlce until 2 o'i:iuk k p. m on the vth dav of March, 19)1, and then op tied, for the construction ol n building for accommodation of crew*, and for mt-Cflieanou* rt-paii*, at the South Atlantic Guarantee Station, BiackbeHrd Island. Geor gia ln,at'Oordance with spec* flea tion. copies of whirfi may be had tho .liaoretion of too su per* iaing'architect by spp'ying at this office, or!to the medical offleer In comma ml at tho station. KNOX TAYLOR, Supet vising Architect. Trcaaury. Department, Office Sopervtsing Architect, Win*hngton. D. C. February 9, IPOt Sealed pt op- sai* will be ree ’ived m ilnscfHce until 2o’clock p m on the 11th day of Match likW. ano thra opened for the construction of new building* at the U S, Doarantme Station, savannau Georgia in accordance with drHwingg and specl H cailon.coptes ef which mar be had at the discretion of the supervising arch itect. by applying othie office or to the medi cal officer m command at the nation. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR, flupei vising Architect, Telephone us and we will send for. elean, press and deliver your clutbea on ebortsst notioe.— The Amerioan Cleaning and Pressing Club, G. R. Harvey, mansg,r. 8105/ Newcastle St. Phone 1411. CAST? 81A Tlip Kiiftl You Have Always Bought, and iu use tor over .‘4O yeai-A, Ims borne the , —/? r —and has been made , sonsil supervision since ‘. Allow no one to deceive yon in this. All Counterfeits, imitations and “ Jnst-as-g-ood” are but 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 w gorie, i>rops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. -It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nareotie substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroy* Worm* and-allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Tectiling Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleejK The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend. genuine CASTORIA always Tiie Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TMf CENTAUR CC*MtNV. TT dUAMY BTfICET, NEW VOW* CtTV. Satisfaction is unusual with “ Five-Cent cigar smokers,” but it has been the every day experience of hundreds of thou sands of men who have smoked Old Virginia Cheroots; during the last thirty years, because they are just as good now—in fact, better than when they were first made. Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this yesr. Ask your own dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cents. Our Greatest Specialist For 20 years Dr. T. Newton IlatSs away baa bo succeafifally *rcated chronic diseases that he ie acknowledged >day j to stand at the Lead of h profession in j this line. His exclusive method of j treatment for Varicocele ana Stricture j without the aid of knife or cautery cures in 90 per cent, of all cases. In tbe 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 doable that of any other specialist. Cases pronounced hopeless by other physicians, readily yield fo his treat ment. Write him today fully about your case. He makes no for consultation or advioe, either at his of tice or by mail. T. NEWTON HATHAWAY. M. D. 25 Bryan Street, Savannah, G On the Fence, g | If you ere in a state of tndlctsion a- to where tj gstyovr supplies oi Rr.lu ami feed for your horse i, o .v*. pigs.. poultry, don t hesitate long—erme here. Tha broad statement we have no hesitancy in making. We can furnish all sorts of grain feed, hay an t the line 1 1 yr>ur bjgt advan tage; we bespeak a tiial order. J. M. BURNETT, FRCP E. R BAKERr Dentist. Special Attention to Crowi and bridge work. Office. 5023 Glou’ster St ” I'or Whooping Cough use CHjfiNJEY’S BXPECrORANT At no tune is mao secure *£*’ racks of tucb disorders of tbe aPßpfc as cboltra morbus, cramps anlKiftr rboes; but tbese complaints srs cdfet mon during tbe bested Term, when ik is danjferous to neglect them. Killer is a remedy that baa ntver fail-f ed, and ibe severest attacks bave been 1 cured by it. Avoid eubstitnter. Tbera ia but one Pain-Killer, Perry oavil *2sc. and s<>s. When you have any secop# hand furniture to sell caflH or ring up ’phone IJI-2 T. W. Watkins. f j Report, .how a ureatl? lnareased deattjl rate irom throat toA inn* troubiea, da* wj tlie prevalence of ernop, pneomonia and® grippe. We advise the tue-of One Min-j ute Cough Cure in all of tbasa difficulties, it i*-he only harmtea remedy that (riv.a rjm<rt:a*e re.u ts I'rildftii Hke It W. ' Mtttt* i A * “Teeteriig” ta fun for the boyd and n<3t particularly it juriou. to luMbSFj but “lee tawinß" a :o qua.ity or price# of lumber will ruin my dea'er. We eteadfastl) mafctcin 4 -tar.dard price for bard and eoft wood* whether for buhdin* or cabinet making purpoier- that price tha lowest consistent with tbe furnfthingof wellaeeaoned lur her and making an honest profit. Phone 19?. Lang & Wood Planing Mill for hale. A large S story, IS room honse with kitchen and outhouses, with 176 scree land. Immediately at High Point Landing Cumberland Island. For information as to terms, etc., apply to O. L. Bextraix, 1-12 Feraendme, Fla.