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The Brunswick Times.
Established 1889. The Brunswick Call. Established 1*92. Tjc Brunswick Times-Call, CONSOLIDATED 1900, Published ; * HVKKY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY# The Timis-Call will be delivered by carrier or mail per year, $ r (H; per week IS cents. Cor respondent* on live subjects solicited. Real name of writer should accompany name. Sub scriptions payable in advance. Failure to re ceive paper should be reported to the business office. Addrefc* all communications to. xhbCtim ICS-CALL, Brunswick, (ia. TO SUBSCRIBERS: Bobaeribersare relocated to notify tlio office Whon they fall to get any Issue of the Times- C*lL Attention to this matter will ho ap.ne elaied by the publisher*. AETHtTK H. LEAVE - - -T- - Editor BOLAND A. MULLINS, Business Manager An exchange thinks our jury system ie "bad.” i 1 The usual crop of spring poetry is coming in. The white house never suffers for the want of a tenant. Plant the eane first, and then the re finery will coma. Aguinahlo’s American enthusiasm is most too sudden to he real,'; Ab a historian, Mr. Thomas E. Wat son is more of a success than a politi cian. We are glad to learn that the Georgia fruit crop has not been damaged to any great exten'. Seats in the New Tori. Mock exs change come high. One sold rtcently for SOI,OOO. The English soldiers in the Transvaal must either dio or win, with chances la favor of the former. An exohango says, "All this prohibit tlon agitation and just as Georgia is In dustrially blooming I”. A prominent Now York minister says that "free ioe stations arc chunks of heaven on the brink of hell.” The Chicago Journal givos this ails vice: “Don’t get gay, Cnby, or you'll wake up some morning to find yourself annexed." Pennsylvania wants a law to encour age marriage, By tho terms of a bill just introduced in the legislature, bach elors over forty years of ago must pay fIOO for a marriage license fee, and tho same amount when they go out of the State to marry. Too New Orleans Picayue speaks of the fallnre of the Texas legislature to dutnything for stricken Galveston be fore it oloseil Its regular session recently as "the most disgraceful act ever per petrated toward its own people by any legislative bi dy in this country since the foundation of the American repub lic.” Tiie Arkansas serato has passed a bill requiring that a person who drinks in toxicating liquors shall take out a li cense, for which hi must pay $5 a y>nr. Col. Wattcrson moves an amendment, to the effect that all Arkansans who wish to belli drink and legislate, must take out a license at the rate of $7.50 s year. His understood by Col. Walter, son that drinking and legislating form a popular combination in Arkansas, 1 says tbe Savannah News. In a letter to his fat bo r atSpringfitH Mass., Frank Dellinger, a soldier sir - ing in the Philippines, bitterly di . nounces the temperance people for having brought about the abolition of the canteen. Deprived of beer and •whiskey, many soldiers accustomed to drink have taken up tbe vile K.h, ; ,.o drink "beno,” as a substitute. It not only physically wrecks tho,t wLo driuk it, but, In many instances, makes them permautntly insane. Dellinger cites where soldiers have gone crazy Lorn indulging in "beno,”—-Albany Lb-raid. A PROHIBITION CAMPAIGN. The prohibitionists are beginning their campaign early. It is a question whether they are not beginning it too early to make much of a success of it. The movements they are making now only serve to put into existence counter movements. The announcement is made that it is the purpose of the prohibitionists to get control of the senate. Heretofore, they have been weak in that branch of the legislature, While they ara trying to cap'.ure the senate, they may fail to hold control of the house. It is more .than a year before much will he and <ne towards nominating a can didate for governor and candidates for the house and senate. But if the pros hlbitionlsts b.'gin agitating the liquor question now, the liquor forces will begin to prepare to control nominating conventions. Having money with which to carry out their plans, and being ac customeil to roly on organization for success, thoy will likely accomplish more than the prohibitionists in a long campaign. Assuming that this view of the matter is correct, the prohibition ists are making a mistake. There ia no doubt that the prohibi tionists are much more m earnest than they 1 avs been lu other years. If they ere not, their chaccca for success are no better than in other campaigns in v hich they have made a determined effort to go: control of the State. Thpra is no doubt they have a good deal to irritate them. Liquor is fieely Fold, though surreptitiously, in prohibi tion counties. I’ut if a general prohibi tion law should be passed, would not the same evil exls'? Would not ther • be blind tigers just as there are in the prohibition counties now? It is the be lief that there would that prevents many opponents of the liquor truffle from supporting prohibition. Prohibition has certainly not been a success in Kansas. It has rot been a pronounced success anywhere. There are reasons for thinking that more lias been accomplished lor the cause of tem perance by local option than by prohi bition. World it not lie the better plan to continue to work under 1< cal option, and to assist it by more stringent laws against selling it in any part of the Stale on Sundays? Thera would boa strong sentiment in support of laws of this kind.—Savannah News. Governor Gaudier wauls the salaries of the state house officers raised. It is true that Georgia does cot pay as much as other States, but tbtse jobs never want for a holder. IiOW’B TiilS? Ws offe. One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that oau not be "cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY A CO,, Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the iast fifteen years and believe bint perfectly honorable in all business transeotions, and finan cially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West A; Truax, wholesale druggists, Toldo, O. Waldieg Rinnan & Marvin, wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken inter ally, acting directly upon the biood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 750, per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Hall’s Family Pills are the best. SIMP NOTICE. Neither she master, nor consignees of the British steamship Glen wood will be responsible for nny debts contracted by tbe crew of said steamer. F. !). M, Strachau & Cos., Cor si gnees. Stockholders Meeting. The annual meeting of the Atlautio Investment Cos., will be held at the of fice of N. Emanuel & Cos., on May lsr. Alt members are requested to be pre s lit. Win. Merchant, N. Emanuel, Secretary. President. If trouble! by a weak digestion, loss of appetite, or constipation, try a few doses of Cnamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets, Every box warranted. For sale by 1. N. Bishop, Druggist, CHARTS FOR SALE. Charts, Tide Tables, and other pub licatb ns of the United Sta es Coast and Geodetic Sutvey, tor sale oy C. \V. Deuilug, No, 218 Union street. Telephone 152 J o cases of catarrh. Hood's Sarsaparilla heals the tissues,;.builds up tbs system, expels impurities from the blood, and cures. BRUNSWICK TIMES-OALL. APRIL. 24 1901 TRY IT Women suffer- ing from female %*'Wl troubles and -■ JJBIM weakness, and e* **.* felv&l from irregular J* f or painful men jjr ought not \/lrm to ose k°P e if 1 k'y, 'VjJ’n#doctors cannot v'\ 1 vShelp them. Phy y/ / / K sicians are so * ’arpjmX busy with other *e ; ?y,diseases that Tty// they do not un //' / IP derstand fully ft j $2 the peculiar ail * ** ments and the delicate organism of woman. What the sufferer ought to do ia to give a fair trial to BRAQFtELD’S Female Regulator which is the true cure provided by Nature for all female troubles. It is the formula of a physician of the highest standing, who devoted his whole life to the study of the dis tinct ailments peculiar to our moth ers. wives and daughters. It is madt of soothing, healing, strengthening herbs and vegetables, which have been provided by a kindly Nature to cure irregularity in the menses, Leu corrhoea. Falling of the Womb, Nerv ousness, Headache and Backache. In fairness to herself and to Brad* field’s Female Regulator, every suffering woman ought to give it a trial. A large $i bottle will do a wonderful amount of good. Sold by druggists. i a 9 Send for a nicely Illustrated free book an the subject. The Bradfleld Peculator Cos., Atlanta, Ga. CHEAP ADVERTISING. CASH IN ADVANCE Advertisements in this column will lie Insert c<l at the uniform rate of One Cent a Word for sell Insertion. No advertisement, however s mall, less than 60 cents. Cash In advance. WANTED—I.oa safe. Address L„ care this office. FOUND—One bnnoh of Jkeys owner can have same by oalling at this office and paying for this ad. WANTED—By May Ist. a 5 or 6 room house with modern conveniences. Particulars to “permanent.” LOST.-White, female pointer pup; liver spots on ear, 4 months old. Suit ati'e reward by return to 422 B a reet, FOR SALE.—One six-room house and furniture in the same, oorner Howe and Reynolds streets. Cheap for cash. One six room house, number 125 8. Albany street. Easy terms Olio vacant lot, 88x100 on Monk street. Cheap for cash. B. H. Daniels. 2 Nothing so thoroughly removes disease germs from the system as Prickly Ash Bitters. It gives life and action to the torpid liver and strengthens and assists the kidneys to properly cleanse the blood, gives tone to the stomach, purifies the bowels, and promotes good appetite, vigor and cheerfulness. W. J. Butts. OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. 208 Newcastle St. On Monday and Tuesday next we will have,a Feast of Bargains in every line. We pole a few. Amoskeag gingham at 5c 86 in. yellow homespun at 4c Best calieo worth 7e at'4c 8G inch bleaching at 4ic Cashmere assorted colors worth 40c at 290 White lawn 40 inch worth 12 l-2c at 8c Castils soap per cake 3c Safety pins large size 5c doz Small size 3c Belts from and up 10c. Ladies handkerchiefs 2 for 5c Ladies black sailors at 20e Children’s sroekings per pai: at 5e Gingham aprons 3 for 25c You will find an elegant display to select from and many Matchless Bargains. MRS. M. ISAAC. LOli SsALE—At a bargain a lot ot furniture and house hold goods. Address P 0. Box 295. When you feel that life ie hardly worth the candle take a dose of Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets. They will cleanse your •tomach, tone up your liver and regulate your bowels, making you.feel like anew man. For sale at Bishops Drug Store. For La Grippe and bad cold use Russell’s C,hi 1 1 Ton ( ic—E very bottle gua|r a n teed. A nvono Bending a sketch arid dencriptlon n.ay quickly ascertain fair opinion free whether an invention is probably potent able. Comm .mica ‘-lons strictly confident l.u. Handbook on Patents Pint free, oldest atrency for nocuriiiff patents. Patents taken through JWutm & Cos. receive tpcriol notice f without charge, in the Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms, f'i a year: four months, sl. Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Cos. 36,8 r t a > Ksw York Branch Office, 625 F Ht„ Washington, D. C. CURES BLOOD AND |-3KIN [TROUBLES.! TrialilVeatraent Free, la your blooaJlpurs? Are you sore of it? Do cut or scratches beet slow y? Dote your skin itch or burn? Have you Pimples? Eruptions? Ach ing bones or back? Eczema? Old Sores? Boils? Scrofula? Rheuma tism? ktful Breath? Catarrh? Are yon paPI Then B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) will purify your blood, heal every sore, and give a dear, smooth, healthy skin. Deep-seated cases, like ulcers, esnoer, eating sores, Painful Swellings, Blood Poison, are quickly cured by Botanic Blood Balm. Cures when all else fails. Thoroughly tested for thirty years. Drug stores, $1 per large bottle. Trial treatment free by writing. BLOOD BALM CO„ Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble—free medical advioe given. Over;3,000?vol untary teefimo mil o mu by B. B. Telephone us and we will send fui. dean, press ar.d deliver your clothes on shortest nntioe.- The American Cleaning p.nd Pressing Club, G. P„ Harvey, tnanng°r. Newcastle St. Phone 142-3. J. A. Lambert of Raleigh, N. C. writes; “1 heartily endorse Foley's Kidney Cure It does what you claim it will do, and there is nothing equal to it, and l thank you for the good it has done me.” Accept no substitute, rJ. Butte. W. W. Umbarger, grocer of Marshall, Mo., writes: "Foley’s Honey and Tar is the beet cough cure on the market today. I have used most all kir.de and am sure that there is no other so good for noth young and old, and especially for children. We are never without it in the house,” W J. Butts. IT DAZZLES THE WORLD No discovery in medioine lias ever created one quarter of the excitement that haa been caused by Dr. King’s New Discovery for consumption. I.’* severost teats hav been o.i hope ess victims of Consumption, Pneumonia, Hemortvge, Plmrlsy and Bronchitis, thousands of whom it ha* lettered to porfect he&l h. For coughs, colds, asthma, croup, hay fever, hoarseness and whooping congh it is the quickest, surest cure in the world. It is sold by all drugg!s',B who guatantee satis faction or refund money. Large but tles 800 and SI.OO. Trial bottles free. FILES,of; people testify to the n erit of Banner Saive is cur ing piles. It'.immediately relieves and quiokly cures. No other salve so healing, w. J, Butt j. A SUPEKB GRIPjCURE. Johnson’s Tonic is a superb grip cure Drives our every traoe of grip poison from the system. Does itquick. With in an hour it enters (he blood and be gins to neutralize the effects of the poison. Within a day it places & grip viotlra beyond the point of danger. Within a week, ruddy cheeks attest return of perfect health. Pries 50 cents if it cures. Ask for Johnson’s Chill and Fever Tonio. Take nothing else. SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES. Allen’slFoot-Knse, a powder It cures painful, smarting, nervous feet and Ingrowing nails,and instantly taxes the sting out of corns and bun ions. i t*s the greatest eomf yrt discovery of the age. Allen’s Foot-Kase makes tight or new shoes feel easp. It is a certain cure for sweat ing, callous and hot, tired, aching feet. Try it today. Sold hy all druggists and shoe stores By mall tor iac in stamps, Trial package Free. Address Allen S.Olmstuad, L dov. N. V ■ CD C kv* . lawn. DEItfTIST OFFICE IN KAISER BUILDING OPPO - SITE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. FEMENINA 50= fo® FOR WOMEN AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY For FEMALE DISORDERS SHIPPING REPORT Oaiceati.il D iiy by Oapt. Otto Jchintaaiin Port of Brunswick, Apr. 23 1901. ARRIVED 22nd 8 p. m. S3 Colo: ado, Avery, New York, SAILED. Schooner James Judge, Davidson, Baltimore. Advertised Letter List. The following; ib a list of letters re miiuing in the Post Office at Bruns wiek, G., unclaimed, for the week edding April 20b. 1901. A—William Alexander, B— Dr. (1 Best, Willie Blscr, Mrs. El len Brown, C-J. H. Colaway. D —Win. O. Donnell. E—John Evare't. F—Mrs. Parthiua Fryer, W. J. Fe’- rell. G—R, E. Gorald, Thomas Gadlin. H—Mrs. Jand Hutchison, Eduietiall, Al-x Harris, Ctiarley Hsrklis J—A W Johnson, Mrs. James. K-J. F. Kelley. L—F,ddie Law, M—Mrs. 8. W Mead, R. B, M rgau, Eliia Murray. P— A. H Parker, William Purdie, S—o. . Sibley, Mrs Mary Seveu, Holiday S'itt. T—ThotuasH. Ebornton, Ben Thomp- son. W -Florenoe W. Ward, J. M. West oott, Julius WiMams. Patties calling for any of the above letters can get, same by staring that they were advertised and paying; one cent. F. MoC. Bro-vu, P. M. Scrofula iu the blood shows itself sooner or later in swellings, sores, eruptions. But Hood’s Sarsaparilla comp'e'eiy cures it, Don't be deoeived or humbugged by peop.e who claim the discovery of some hitherto nn. known herb or root in swamps, or on some mountain or prairie for the cure of kidney and bladder troubles Any doctor; or drnggist with l 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 r foolish. W. .1. Batts. HAS CUBED THOUSANDS, WILL CURE YOU. if you are troubled with kidney or bladder troubles, such as dropsy, Bright’s disease, ca tarrh , gravel of the bladder, albumen in urine and unhealthy depositing, or too frequent dis charge of the urine, pain in the back and blad der. dropsical swelling ol the feet and legs, etc., etc,, we guarantee that by using Smith’s Sure Kidney Cere, a complete cure will be effected. Price s(j cents. For sale by all druggists. KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all dis eases. CM CV’Q KIDNEY CURE It I lULCI 06uarant8Bd Remedy or money refunded. Contains remedies recognized by emi nent physicians as the oest for Kidney and Bladder troubles. PRICE 50c. tad SI.OO. £ll ZISSIWATO, 302a Newcastle St. fi|if.... :::. m m CIGARS AND TOBACCO AI! Kinds of Candy. THE BEST BLOOD PDRIFIKK The blood is constantly being purifi ed by tho lubgs and kidneys. K.ep these organs in a healthy condition and the bowels regular and you will have no n.-ed of a blood purifier For this purpose there is nothing equal to Cham* berlain’s Stnmaoh and Liver Tablets, one dose of tnem will doyou more good than a dollar bottle of the best blood purifier. Price, 25 cents. Samples free at I. N Bishop’s drug store. W. J. BUTTS Druggist. castoria; The Kind Ton Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of , >7 —and lifts been made under his per /jz S „ 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 Nareotie 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 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. * Berred Plymouth Rods ' the est breed f° r the South. I have ' ' • Eggs SI.OO per sitting of 13 V. ; A few fowls for sale Hens SI.JO each. Cockerels *2. JO. E, H. Harvey, Ph 6M 206 513 S. Alban* St, [IT GIRDLES THE GLOBE, The fame of Buoklen’s Arnica Salve as ti e l est in the world, extends round the f afth. It’s the,one'perfect hvaler for cuts, corns, burns, bruisve, pores, 80F,ld , boils, ulcere, felons, echos pa n- acd ail skin snip; intis. Only mfsllibl* pl’e cure. 25 cents a b..x at ail druggists. I. W. Harper Whiskey awr.rdrd gold mecia! at Cotton Exposition, New Oi lenns, ’BS. Gold medal at World’s Columbian Expo.ition, Chicsgo, 98, Gold medal at Paris Exposition, 1900. The kind y; ur grßndfa’her used still leads. Absoloe.y pnre. Held by T. Newman, Brunsw ok, Ga. ; Belief li the Best to be bought elsewhere at the same prices. Goods of the kind and quality which will bring you here again when you want more. Toilet Requisities are only part of our well assorted stock but we conider it important and strive to sell the best goods at the smallest prices. wSk> mr- ■’TOi2sm]i lrtf ffzl/ I i 6mmt 8 BSCII style] from the many beautiful mod6lßjin;our luplay of; TRIMMED HATS_ then ascertain the price. It will be less 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 MISS SiTE SLAT! 504 GLOUCESTER ST.. TO CUKE A COUGH stop coughing, as it irritates the lnnga,and gives them no chance to heal. Foley’s Honey and Tar cures without causing a train in throwing off the phlegm like common cough expectorants. W J Butts. There is a little hole in the wall at 228 Grant St’, where you will find no“fine fixtures but the Best Drink ol WHISKEY In Brnnswich For 10 Cents 3. BELIG, Proprietor.