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I New Era in House mu Each Spring, marked by the Easter season, ushers in anew era in house building, and this Spring gives promise of unusual. Owners, contractors, carpenters and all interested should bear in mind our yards are well stocked with the finest lumber for frame, roof, piazza and indoors. Don’t forget, either, our facilities for prompt delivery. Phone 197. Lang & Wood Planing Mill. ' ■' "copy * A Hisn ise is a good horse if you are able to satisfy his appetite, whioh you can easily do if his provender is purchased at Burnett’s Even if your horse is ailing, a little veterinary care, the proper remedies, and good grain and feed bought from us will set him to rights. We are grain and feed providers for the horse and oow, pigsand poultry. J. H. BURNETT, FEED STORE. ATTENTION! ~~ Have just received the finest line of New Wheels ever seen in Brunswick. 50 new Ones to Pick From. We can save you i£-00 on every wheel you buy. Repairing, renting and emaneling. Message service, PIANOS AND ORGAN If] you good Piano or Organ buy a Ludden &'Bates B. J. OLEWINE, Agent. Our Greatest Specialist For 20 years Dr. J. Newton Hath away has so successfully treatedjchronlc diseases that he is acknowledged : )day to stand at the head of h profession in this line. His exclusive method of treatment for Varicocele ana Stricture without the aid of knife or cautery cures in 90 per cent, of all cases. In the treatment of loss of vital forces nervosa disorders, kidney and urinary complaints, paralysis, blood poisoning, rheumatism, catarrh and diseases pecul iar to women, he is equally successful 1 Dr. Hathaway’s practice is more than double that of any other specialist. Caseß pronounced hopeless by other physicians, readily yield to his treat ment. Write him today fully abeut your case. He makeß no charge for consultation or advice, either at his of fice or by mail. J. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M D. 25 Bryan Street, Bavannsfe, Biitions ] Secured 3/actTfe Vide wolf (oungMeu c 1 Women [olS^eourpractical usn\ess (oUrse immuNnv i .u.-.V-'’ gjU 1 ’UIJ 10 62 "business / college: J s** o ***. . J INSTRUCTIONS 1 L MfmejHameuA. && LINGERING LA GRIPPE COUGH. G. Vacher. 157 Osgood St., Chicago,says; •‘My wife has a very Bevere case of la grippe and it left her with a very bad eough. She tried a bottle of Foley’s Hon ey and Tar and it gave immediate relief. A 50 cent bottle oured her cough entirely." Take no substitute.; W. J. Butts. SPECIAL NOTICES. To Whom it may conoern : I hereby notify the oittzens of Brun swick who are in the sewerage limit* and who have tailed to oonnect with the sewerage as prescribed by 1’ w tha f the time for laying sewer pipe in the Oity expires on May Ist and there be ing ju--t one mom h more time in wbiofi this work can be done. I must nrgen fly request that all citizens will immed iately msse arrangements to have eucb connections made. On the Ist of May, when the time expires for laying pipe, 1 will docket every citizen of Brunswick who ha. not compiled with the law and wil fine them BUftioent to have the sewerage work done in the fall of the year, and will hold such money in trust until that time and 1 will like wise charge the owners of suoh property with the cost of cleaning their premises until such aawerage oan be connected. Respect. Nathan Emanuel, Mayor. I will be at the following places on ihe dates name below, for the purpose of Receiving Tax Returns for state and connty, tor the year 1901: St. Simons Mills, April, sth, 27th and May 18th. Sterling April 6th, 20th, May 17tb. Jsmaics April 19cb, May 3rd, 24th, Pyles Crossing, April 4th, 26th, and May 25th, Bjunswiok April 11th, 12th, 13th, Hay 9uh, 10th, llih, 30th, 31st, and Jane Ist. Jno. E. Dubber’y, Receiver Tax Returns’ for Glynn county. NOTICE TO TAX-PATERS. Your attention is called to the provi sion of the law requiring all owners of property, both real aod prsonal, to re turn their property for taxation on or before the first day of May. All returns of real estate made in 1599 stand as then made unless there have been changes in ownership, and all persons who have transferred real estate return ed in that year will be liable for tax thereon for the present je.-.r, unless they notify the clerk of oounoii in writ ing of suoh transfer and the same of the party to whom transferred. All purchasers of real estate since said date should make return thereof, or else such propeity is liable to be sold as unreturned property. All persons owning personal proper ty must make returns thereof for taxa tion each year, or io default execution will be Issued against the same as val ued by tha assessors. W. F. Symons, Clerk of Mayor & Counoil. DEATH QUICKLY FOLLOWS DIS EASED KIDNEYS. Death soon follows from diseased kidneys nnless a cure is made by tak ing the old, reliable Stuart’s Gin and Buchn, The following symptoms in dicate the approach of Bright’s leeaee or Diabe es and Kidney trouble : Puffy or dark ciroles under the eye, sallow, yellow oomplexioo, dull, heavy head aohes, dizzy, tired feeling, faint spell?, pain or dull ache In the back, urine oloudy, milklike or 6tringy, darn In col or, offensive, painful, scalding sensa tion in passing urine, obliged to go of ten during the.day or night. There is a oure in Ttnart’s Gin and Buohu. It is the one remedy you can rely on. It will correot all your symptoms and permanently cure even Bright’s disease after all other treatments tail. Stuart.s Gin and Buchu will neutralize the nr ine and osuse It to flow in a perfectly natural manner. A bi?h-srade kidney oure. The moat perfect made. Stu art’s Gin sod Buohu thoroughly tested for past twenty years. It gives life, power aud vigor to the kidneys, thus making the blood red and nourishing. Try this grand old remedy. Druggists or by express, prepaid, SI.OO. Descrioe trouble and free advice about kidneys given. Btzarl Drug Cos ,34 Wall St., Atlanta, Ga. Do you want a bicycle? We are giving them away at our auction sales. Next sale begins at 8 o’clock Saturday night and will be continued at same hour on Monday night, J. A. Montgomery, 503 Gloucester street. Do not leave home on a journey witb *u; a battle of Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.' It is tiniest certain to be needed and cannot k procured while you are on board tbe ears or steamship. It is pleasant, safe and reliable. For ssle by I N Bishop, Druggist, T. POOL, Contractor and Builder, 119 South Stonewall Street. Brunswick, - Georgia NOTICE WATER CONSUMERS. In order to conneot a water main consumers are notified that the water will be shut off from 9 until 11 a, m. each day this week, beginning with Tuesday tbe 10th. Draw the water you require by 9 s- m., so as not to be inoonvenienced. B. L. & W, Cos. Mrs. T. Briddlemao, of I’arsballville Mioh„ was troubled with salt rheum for thirteen years and had tried s number of doctors without relief. Af ter two or three applications of Ban ner Halve, her hands became belter, and in a short time she was entirely oured. HE TIMES-CALL, APRIL s 5 19 01. Tlia Uliyyl healthy oh lIIC INWy DISEASED When there Is a natural and healthy circulation of tne blood, the entire quantity, estimated at one-eighth the weight of the body, passes through the heart every five minutes. This rapid flow of the blood through the system prevents the entrance of disease germs and impurities of every descriptiou. It filters out all that is not necessary or good for the growth and development of the body and nourish ing and strengthening the muscles, tissues, nerves and bones. But, unfortunately, few persons can rightly claim an absolutely pure blood supply and perfect and unpolluted circulation, and in consequence are exposed to innumerable diseases. Contagious Blood Poison, the greatest enemy to mankind, enters the system through the blood, and Cancur, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Catarrh, Eczema, Salt Rheum, Psoriasis, Tetter—in fact the majority of human ailments —are caused by poisons or humors that are engen- _ dered and fostered in a sluggish THC SaDOtl IS tnO SOUfCG and impoverished blood. Old _ _ . . _ sores, chronic ulcers and rheumatic pains are com- G* *3 ES St'l*63lff tit mon, especially among old people,* whose blood naturally grows thin and pale because of the lack of tile red corpuscles that give color and strength to youthful blood. Sallow complexions and rough, oily skins evidence some constitutional or blood trouble, which salves, _ lotions, powders nor any external treatment can cure. Diseases that originate in the blood, whether they manifest themselves as ulcers, tumors, itching eruptions, muscular or bone pains, require a tonic and blood purifier such as S. S. S., which not only antidotes and neutralizes blood poisons and humors, but possesses health-giving tonic proper ties that no other blood medicine does. It goes down to tlie very foundation of the disease and eliminates from the system every- Pollutcd Blood thing of a poisonous character or that obstructs and clogs the circulation. It builds ut> nud, imparts Breeds Bisesse new Strength and vitality to the old innlieritious blood, and when the arteries and veins fr ievee more filled with new rich blood, the general health begins to improve, grow stronger, and sores and eruptions of every kind disappear. 1, / S. S. S. is the only guaranteed purely vegetable blood purifier, and the purest and most reliable in all blood diseases. It has been tested in thousands of cases during the past fifty years and is more popular today than ever. We will be glad to send you our book free, and if in need of medical advice write our physicians all about your case; this information will cost you nothing and comes from experi enced and educated doctors. All correspondence is conducted in strictest confidence. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA. W. H. BOWEN ArvlC3 ISL.J 8 L-CDEHF=? Of Stone, Brick and Frame Building, Manufacturer;of diluent. Tile and Artificial Stone. PHONE 254-4 At no time is man seoure rrom at tacks of snob disorders of the stomach as cholera morbus, oramps and diar ihoea; but these oomplaints are 00m mon during the heated term, when it is dangerous to neglect them. Pain- Killer is a remedy that has never fail ed, and lb 3 severest attaok* have been cured by it. TAvoid substitutes. There 1 is but one;Pain-Killer, Perry'Davie 25c and 50c When you have any second hand furniture to sell call on or ring up ’phone IJI-2 J. W. Watkins. Weakened systems need a mature wbole-ome, mellow liquor. That’s precisely what the I . W. Hahper Whiakey'is. Perfect as a beverage or medicine. Absolutely pure. Sold by T. Newman, Brunawiok, Ga. GEORGIA—GIynn county: Will be sold in said county on the 27th day of April, 1901, between the hoars of 10 o’clock a m. and 2 o’clock p. m., at public outcry, at the residence and place ot business of J, E. Shep pard. deceased, to the highest bidder, foi cash, al 1 of the personal perishable property of the said J. E. Sheppard, embracing his stock of wines, liquors, cigars, tobacco, bar supplies, fixtures and furnishings: and as well all per sonal and household effects and jewelry, lo cated at his late dwelling and place of business, No. 310 Bay street. In Brunswick, Georgia. Said sale will be continued from day to day un til completed. This April 15th, 1901, H. A. LUCAS, Temporary administrator of the estate of J, E. Sheppard. STRIKES AjRICH FIND. “I was troubled for several years with ohronio indigestion and nervous debility,” writes F. J. Green, of Lan caster, N. H. “No remedy helped me until I began using Eleotrio Bit ters, wbioh did me more good than all the medicines I ever used. They have also kept my wife in excellent health for years. She says Eleotrio Bitters are just splendid for female troubles; that they are a grand tomo and invig orator for weak, run down women. No other medicine can take its plaoe in yur family.” Try them. Only 600. Satlsfr otion guaranteed by all drug gists. ARBITRATION NOTICE. All persons who file notioes with tb Clerk of Counqil for an arbitration on the assessment of property in tbe City of Brunswick, are hereby notified that the arbitrator for the city will be at the oity hill April 15 to at 10 o’olook a. m. and each day thereafter at the same hour until matters sre adjusted to act on all caiestb&t may be brought before him, T..W- Dexter, Arbitrator for *the City of Brunswiok. tBLOWN,TO ATOMS. gr,The old idea that the body some times needs a powerful, drastio, pur gative pill hsß been exploded; for Dr. King’B New Life Pills, whiob are pre feotly harmless, gently stimulate liver nndbowelß to expell poisonous mat ter, oleanss the system and absolutely care constipation and sick headache. Only 25c at all drug stores. Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. ItartiHcially digests tbe food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. It is the latestdiscovereddigest ant and tonic. No other preparation can approach It in efficiency. It in stantly relieves and. permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick Headache, Gastralgla Cramps and all other results of imperfect digestion. P?lcesoc and It. Large size contains ZK times smaUsize. Book all about dyspepsia mailedfrss P/scared bv E C. OsWITT a, CO.. Chicago. W. i. BUTTS EMPTY AND LOADED SHEL L~ 23. AMMUNITIOM, Sporting Goods, Rogers’ Knives, Bicycle and Gun Repairing a Specialty AT P. Q. KESSLERS E. R BAKER, Dentist. Attention to "Crown and bridge work. Office. 5022 Grlou’ster St. T. B. BURNS, Wheelwright and Blachsmith. Horseshoeing a Specialty. Wagons and Buggies re paired and put in first-class order. Up-to-date Shop, Up-to-date Work, and reasonable prices. 208-210 Richmond street. OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. 208 Newcastle St. On Monday and Tuesday next we will have a FEAST OF BARGAINS in every line- We quote a tew. Amoskeag gingham at ?c. 86 in. yellow homespun at 4c Best Calico worth 7c at 4c 86 inch bleaching at 44c Cashmere assorted colors worth 40c at 29 White lawn 40 inch worth 124 at 8c Castils soap Safety pinslargi sirecpioz. Small size 3c, | Belts from and up luc Ladies kandkerchiefs 2 for 5c Ladies black sailors at 20c Children’s stockings per pair at 5c Gingham aprons J for 25c You will find an elegant display to select from and many Matchless Bargains. MRS. M ISAAC. COUPON. Tiie.se coupons will appear In the Times Call every day until May Ist, 1901, cot them out and nave them. The little girl having the largest number by 12 o’clock noon of May Ist. will be presented with the beautiful doll shown in our show window. The other person having the largest number, at the same time, will be presented with an elegant sllvor but ter dish. LOCAL ANDJERSONAL Mr. W. S. Colesborrv lasves this morning for Pensacola, Fla , where he goes to accept a lucrative position with the West Coast Naval Store company. Both the K'Aomen and the Oglethorpe company were drilling on the streets last night. Mr. It. It. Hopkins has returned from a business trip to Atlanta. Mrs. R. M. M oLaughlin has almott entirely recovered from her recent lit. ness. Miss Sadie Levin, who has been quite ill for some days, is better. Mr. M. Elksn and son, who left some time ago; for Warm Springs, Fla., to recover their Inst health, are both l.n* proving, and will be well ag maoon. Editor Wyatt, of Camden, will return to his home today. Workmen are repairing the dam>ge done the steeple of the Baptist ohureb by the storm of a few years ago. The ba .quel of the Elks Mondy night promises to be a brilliant event. Hon. N. Emanuel is in Georgetown, S. C. Gul. w. E. Kay of left over the S jutbern forJNew York, Tuesday night, CITATION. GEORGIA—GIynn County. To whom It may concern: Alexander Sheppard,a resident of said state having duly appliod to be appointed guardian of the person and property of Edward George Sheppard, a minor under the age of fourteen Tears, resident in said county, notice is hereby given that said application will be passed on at the next court of Ordinary for said county, to bo held on the llrst Monday in May, 1901 Witness my hand and official signature this Ist day of April, 1901. HORACE DART Ordinary, Glynn county, Georgia. STATE OF GEORGIA, I COUNTY OF Gi.YNN. f To whom It may concern: John E. Dubbcrly nnd George Sapp, haying made application to mo in duo form to be ap pointed permanent administrators upon the estate of James A. Sapp, lato of said county, deceased, notice is hereby given that said application will tie heard at the regular term of the court of Ordinary for said county, to lie held on the first Monday in May, 1901. Witness my Hand and official signature, this theSsth dav ot March, 1901. HORACE DART, Ordinary. Our auction sales are a great hit. Don’t miss the chance of a great bargain, while the opDortunity offers. See our ad in another column- J - A. Montgomery, 503 Gloucester street. CAUGHT A DREADFUL COLD. Marlon Kooke, manager for T. M. Thompson, a large importer of millin ery at IGSB Milwaukee Averne, Chicago says: “During the late severe weather I caughtadreadful coal which kept me awake at night and made me unfit to attend my work during the day. One of my milliners was taking Chamber lain’s Cough Remedy for a severe cold at that time, which eeemed to releive her so qaiokly that 1 qought some for myself. It aoted like magio and I be gan to improve at once. lam now en tirely well and feel very pleased to ac knowledge its merits:” For sale by I. N, Bishop. Druggist. The Emrllahmaß Caught Ob. An Englishman on bia first visit t this city with his family strolled down Broadway alono one night and dropped Into a music hall. lie had hardly been seated before two sketch artists perpe trated the following: Persiflage—Hear about Jones? Terri ble thing happened to Jones. Badinage—No. Persiflage—Yes. He dropped SfiO feet Badinage—You don’t tell ine? Of course he was killed? Persiflage—No, not killed. They were pigs’ feet A half hour later the Briton grasped his sides and startled the house with an outburst of cachluatory ecstasy, lte coverlng, he Jumped up, hurried out of the music hall and soon reached his ho tel. He stopped outside the door of his room and gave way again to n soul stir ring laugh. Entering the room he Im mediately called to his wife: “Edith,” he cried. "Oh, this Is the Jol- Uest ever!” and he gave way again. His wife looked at him In frightened surprise. "Oh, Edith, did you ever hear about Percy Smlthers?” "No.” "Bah Jove, the poor fellow fell 350 feet.” “How dreadfully horrid! Ho must have been awfully mangled.” “No. He fell on 350 pigs,” and he ex ploded again and did not subside nntll a half dozen bell boys rushed to his room to make solicitous Inquiries.— New York Sun. CHARTB FOR SALK, Charts, Tide Tables, and other pub lications of the United Sta’es Coast and Geodetio Survey, for sale Dy C. W. Demlng, No, 218 Union street. Telephone 162. Remember we will accept a deposit on anything pur chased at the auction sale next Saturday and Monday night, if your money should run short. J. A. Montgom ery, 503 Gloucester street; You oan afford to have a now trunk, when you buy one at ooet at J. 11, Hel ler & Bro, ARE OVERWORKE^B^ They make known their condition by HEADACHES. SLEEPLESSNESS, NERv/OUS WEAKNESS, m m backaches, changes in urine, and irritable temper ff tT is dangerous to neglect these warnings. ■ PRICKLYiru 1 ■ IS ASUCCESSFUL J&llTf OITTrDC fl m KIDNEY REMEDY 1D 1 I I LK9 M fa It cleanses the system of poisons and impurities, m conveys a healing and strengthening influence" Mm to the suffering kidneys, PURIFIES THE BLOOD, the liver, Stomach and Bowels, and works a speedy improvement in thcconditionof the body, DRUGGISTS. W. J. Butts, Coney & Parker DEALERSriN Coal and Wood, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shinglesfand Laths. Agents for Morris’ Brick. Phone 18- 525 lavji. PLANT SYSTEM Train No. 87 I Tia’nNoß9 | Tra’nNoßß Train No. 90 l ‘naiH, ger Passenger Mixed t>aly I Daily | 1).,i1y Dally — 715 pm... lv Brunswick ir II Upm.... 9 00am.... IIB pm... 900 am... ar Tlttton ar 720 pm..., 145 am < JSpm... #r Valdoata lv 325 pm.... 315 pm ® 120 am... xr Thoma-vlll- lv 200 pm... 480 am.... Jopm... 8 10am... ar Montgomery lv 8 20am.... 7 45pm 8 12pm... II liam... ar Charleston* lv [ll j BETWEEN BRUNSWICK AND NORTH via WAYCUOSS ANI) SAVANNAH - Lv Brunswick Ar 1140 pm.. 900 am J2 Jr am • • .2 2° pm • - ftr Wayero4s lv 9 60pm.. 845 am. 8 12pm.. 6 25am.. Ar Charleston Lv 11 15pm 7SB am.. 1120 pm.. Ar Washington Lv 480 am !!!..!!!!!" BETWEEN BRUNSWICK AND WEST via WAYCROSB AND SAVANNAH 8 80ai“... 7 16pm lv iniunwiu, ’ar 11 40 pniT!’. 9 00am 8 lOamp. 8 10am... ai Montgomery; lv 6 20 am... 7 45 pm II 59a m... 11 69 am... ai Birmingham lv 439 am . 4 05pm... .......... 8 30am— 8 30 pm... ar New Orleans lv 7 45 pm... 7 56 am - BETWEEN BRUNSWICK. SAVANNAH AND JACKSONVILLE yla JKSUP 2?"‘ I ,y*6 m I ipm I 9 115 pm lv Brunswick ar 715 am "Ysoam 100 p 0 10pm 8 35pm 20am |ll 20ain | .100 pm 110 46pm ar Jesnp lv 635 am 6 30am 11 45a 4 45pm 7 00pm 80am 12 45am 4 25pm 12 20am ai Savannah lv 825 am s 10am 7 45a 315 pm 5 00pm 25am I 2 20pm | 7 25pm | ar Jacksonville lv 8 86a 105 pm Connections made at Waycross with through Pullman Sleeping Cars for nts. Between Port Tampa;and Havana, via Key West Lv Port Tampa Tues. Fri. 5un.!’...... 6 30 am I Lv Havana Wed. Sat. Mon., * SO pm Ar Key West Tues., Fri. Sun II 80 pm I Ar Key West Wed.Sat.Mon 9 30 pm Lv “ “ “ “ 12 00 n't Lv “ “ “ “ “ 10 00 pm Ar Havana Wed. Sat, Mon. 8 00 am | Ar Port Tampa Thnr. Sun. Tues 8 80 pm Based on 90th Meridian Standard Time. W. B. DENHAM, B. W. WRENN, Gen. Bnpt., Savannah. Ga. Pus,. Traf. Mgr., Savannah, Ga. Rich ETURNS EPORTED By Advertisers Who Use These Columns Quantity and Quailty of Circulation gives Quantity and quality’ to Advertisers And We Give BOth WE ALSO -a. GUARANTEE TO GIVE SATISFACTION IN JOB WORK. DON’T SEND AWAY FOR ti\ 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. 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 failgto get your order that is our fault, not yours. ALL WE WANT IS A TRIAL. Times=Call, 206:and 208 Gloucester. Street..