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The Pmnswick Times.
Established ISB9. The Brunswick Call. Established 1891 Tde Brunswick Times-Call, CONSOLIDATED lUOO, Published 11 (VEST MORNING EXCEPT MONDAT® The Tlraes-CaU will tie delivered by carrier or mall per year, 5-0 / >; per week 15 cents. Cor respondents on live subjects solicited. Real name of writer should accompany same. Sub scriptions payable in advance. Failure to re* eelve paper should be reported to the business office. Address all communications to. THE TIMES-CAI.L, Brnnswlch.Oa. TO SUBSCRIBERS: Bnbssrlbersiare requested to notify the office Whan they fall to get any Issue of the Tlmes- Oall. Attention to this matter will be apoie- Stated b; the publishers. ARTHUR H. LEAVT - - -J3- - lEditor EOLAKD A. MULLINS, Business Manager NO PAPER TOMORROW. This is Memorial day, and in order that the patriotic men who labor for the Times-Call may properly observe It. there will be no piper tomorrow. We sincerely hope our many readers anf advertisers will boar with us in this seemingly self-indulgence, but tho fact of the matter is simply this : We must observe Memorial day—it is the dearest of all our holidays. THE TIRED SOLDIER. A tired soldier, weak and worn, Now rests his weary feet, And to the shelter of the grave, He makes a sure retreat. To him the bugle's oheering notes "To Arms 1” will call in vain; He’s quartered in the arms of death— He’ll never march again. A boy, he left his father’s halls, The cause of war to try; Through dangers yet nntrod to roam, No friend or brother nigh. Yet still he marched contented on, Met danger, death and pain; But now he halts, his toils are o’er— He’ll never march again. Brunswick will honor the dead heroes today. Brunswick will appropriately observe Memorial Day. Ven. Harry Cassil will be orator of the day.—VVaycrose Herald. Sjulh Georgia will bo full of sugar mills and starch fac.orles before a great while. Tiie ball should not bo allowed to slop, but kept moving,—Daneu Ga zette. Senator Depew says there is a section of tbe very rich who are doing more to promote Socialism than all other agen das oombiued. Words of wisdom some- times fall even from tbe lips of an after dinner orator. Gnuner Charles Morgan, who, ac cording to Admiral Sampson, did not possess enough social accomplishments to hold a commission in the navy, may yet„ gat into "society,” and acquire those accomplishments whioh he so lately lacked. He has learned to dance, and is now suing for divoroe.—Way cross Herald. MBMORIAL DAY. The memory of the soldier dead is sacred in the South, aud ever will it be, though the spirit of these swift days is todeorythe Influence of noble senti ments. 3 Oar respect for the dead heroes grows greater at the camber of the living de creases, and there is no indication in the annual observance of Memorial day that the South is forgetting the deeds of those who upheld her tn the field of ba itle. Brunswick will fittingly pay tribute to tbe memory oi those heroes today. The Ladies’ Memorial Association is fortunate in securing Yen. Harry Casßil as orator of the day. He is among those who wore the grey, and bi addiess will be an elequent one. No oity in Geor gia will have a more creditable observ ance of the day. kow is your chance to get bicycles, all kinds of bicycle equipments, sewing machines, crockery ware, etc., dirt cheap. Attend our auction sale Saturday and Monday night and get a big bargain. J. A. Montgomery, 50} Gloucester street. GONE, BUT STILL REVERED. The following editorial, published iD the Times in 1889, was wrltton by John Locke Martin, who is well remembered by Brnnswlcklane, It is reproduced not only for its excellence, but for its appropriateness to Memorial day: ''Today the scholar closes his book, and the laborer leans upon his spade. "Today earth reoeiyes a nobleman into its keeping, and a people, sad of heart, sore of sou\ gather about a grave which takes from their sight, but not from their hearts, a form majes’io in life and royal in death. "Today there lies down in the silence of the tomb one whose life went oat as softly, as calmly, as quietly, as come the dews, or as slips the twilight beneath the tent of night. The going out of that life, whose leave taking we mourn today, wsb as beautiful In its farewell as it was peaceful and victorious over pain and rack of body. Out of the earthly tenement went that great soul as fades far oat at sea, the lit'le white sails blown to thither shores. “Sometimes we gather about unan swering lips and unthrobblng hearts and qne*tl"n death : “We know what moons shall wane. When ',i. ..i ir bird* from far ehall cross the B.ia, Wh n .. ll’ll'nil's hue shall tinge the golden grain; lint who shall teach us when to look for theoV "But not today. We knew the end was near to this stormy life. We knew that the sun was going down and the tempest wan at a lull. We knew thal sooa tbe silver chord that bound that (bis heroic spirit to earth was to be loosed, and the golden bowl broken. Our ears had beard the rustle of Azraei’s wings, and upon our eyes had fallen the light of the day eternal. “But when the euintror came; when the message went swiftly over the souths land that lu the metropolis of a sister State the thunderbolt of war, he who was the incarnation of virtue, the be leved of a people chivalric totbe almost, was dead, there (tame a cloud upon the sky, a mist before the eyes, and lead in every heart. "But of this man: Mr. Davis is one of the colossal figures of the age; aye, of all ages. Could he but be measured by the standard of full rounded success, not one of the world’s great ones would outrank him ; and even in the umbrage ous light of that sotting sun which went dowu at Appomalox, be towored against the sky of history In magnificent pros portions. Amid the ruins of the nation which rose in splondor and went down in tears and glory, he Is grander tban Marins in Carthage, Bellsarius in the streets of Constantinople, Napoleen dialling on sea-girt Helena. He was the princsllest of men, the idoalof oava* ilers, the Jovian statesman, the most persuasive of gold-tougued orators. Had he lived in the days of Epaminonis das, his home would have been loftiest on Olympus, and tbe Bard would have sung a nobler son? than itgis-hearing Jove, "In too days when knightly cavaliers rode hot ane true in tbe joust of arms, higher than Arthur's would have waved the plume of Davis, and firmer than L&uncelot’s would have poised his lance. In him were the exaggeration of all the virtues, aDd his was the heiltage of all the kingly and masterful forces. Whether storming the heights of Mon terey, lotting the forlorn hope and saving the day at Buena Vieta, or com pelling a Benton in the United States senate to tdmit, for the only time in his life, that he was wrong; or whether facing the storm or fury of a conflict the magnificent splendor of which tbe world givei no parallel; or wheihcr de fying his Insolent oaptors in the dark fortress oell; or whether in the quiet serenity of his home, with his loved ones about him—where is tbe figure which overtops this man, whose body today will be borne away to the rest of the grave? •‘What loyalty to principle nerved him through all the years and upward flight of hie eagle oonrse! Swerve Jef , ftrson Davis from what he held to be the right ? Sooner try to piize the Alpa from their base, or extinguish tbe son with the waters of the restless ssa ! Was there no mistake possible to this nsan ? BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL. APRIL 26 1901 There was; bat making them only drove deeper the roots of bis life into the granite of eternal verities. "He was the elave of conscience, the quick-paced servant of duty, the swift servitor of troth. "Strange and strong life this, a mys tery In lta ending, an epic in all its full ness, Let not his traducers mook the lion thus laid low; “ Speak, History! Who arc life’s victors ? Un roll thy long annals and say— Arc they those whom the world called the vic tor*, who won tbe success of a day VI The martyr* or Nero? The Spartans who fell at Thermopylae’s tryßt, Or tho Persians or Xerxes f His judges or Bocrates f Pilate, or Christ ? "But, listen I The bell tolls out the requiem, and across the land there comes tbe sound of falling tears. Tbe grave opens to receive all that is mortal of our great Leader, Let as gainer reverently near and do homage to the dead. And yet “ JTe I)*th not died; there ia no grave for glory, No abroad, no coffin, no Imprisoning clay; All that 1b mortal of him lies in ashes, All that in best of him is ours today.” HOW’S THIS? We offer One Huodred Dollars Re ward for any oase of Catarrb that oan not be'oured by Hall’s Catarrb Cure. F. J. CHUNKY & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F, J. Cheney for the last'fifteen years and believe him perfectly honorable in all bueiness transactions, and flnan oially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, wholesale druggists, Toldo, O. Wilding Kinnan & Marvin, wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. Hall’s Catarrh Cure ie taken inter ally, noting directly upon tbe blood and muoous surfaces of tbe system. Testimonials sent free. Price 750, per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Bail’s Family Pills are the beat. Fine Jk Celery * The finest that ever came to Brunswick, re ceived every two days. Georgia Strawberries, First of the season noiV arriving. Leave me your order for Sat urday’s supply. LLOYD’S Phone 256-2. Newcastle Bt. You oannot enjoy perfect health, rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes if your liver is sluggish and your bowels clogged. Dewitt’s Uttle Karly Kisers oleanse the whole Bys tem. They never gripe w. J. Butts. CHEAP ADVERTISING. CASH IN ADVANCE Advertisements in this column will be insert ed at the uniform rate of One Gent a Word for ach Insertion. No advertisement, however small, less than 50 centi. Gash in advance. WANTKD—Iren safe. Addrese L„ care this office. FOUND—One hunch of [keys owner can have same by oalling at this office and paying for this ad. WANTED—By May Ist. a 6 or 6 room house with modern conveniences. Particulars to “permanent.”" LOST.—White, female pointer pup; liver spots on ear, 4 months old. Suit able reward by return to 422 B street. FOK SALE.—One six-room house and furniture in tbe same, oorner Howe and Reynolds streets, Cheap for cash. One six-room house, number 126 8. Albany street. Easy terms One vacant lot, 38x190 on Monk street. Cheap for cash. B. H. Daniels. Nothing so thoroughly removes dieeato germs from the system as Prickly Ash Bitters. It gives life and action to the torpid liver and strengthens aid assists the kidneys to properly clearse the blood, gives tone to the stomach, purities the bowels, and promotes good appetite, vigor and cheerfulness. W. ). Butts. FOR ALK--At a bargain a lot of furniture and house hold goods. Address P. 0. Box 295. When you feel that life Is barfly worth; the candle take a dote of Chamberlain's .Stomach ami Liver Tablets. They will cleanso yonr stomach, tone np your liver and regulate your bowels, making you.feel like anew man. For tale at Bishoos Drug Store. For La Grippe and bad cold use Russell’s Cjhi 11 Tonic—B very bottle guajr a n teed- Anvonenenrlfi £? ankrtrn and description may 3nl:kly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable. Communiea* :ions smelly confidential. II tndhookon Patents lent free. Oldest agency Jor securing patents. Patents taicn through Xlumi & Cos. receive 9pe rial notice, without charge, in the Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms. 13 a year; four months, (1. Bold by all new^dealem. MUNN & Cos. 36,8 r New York Branch Office. 625 F Ht„ Washington. D. C. CURES BLOOD AND |3KIN [TROUBLES.jj TrialnTreatment Free, Is your blooaj;pure? Are you suie of it? Do cut or Boratohes heal slow y? Doea your skin itch or burn? Have you Pimp#s? Eruptions? Ach ing bodes or back? Eczema? Old Sores? Boils? Scrofula? Rheuma tism? Foul Breath? Catarrb? Are you pale? Then B. B. B. (Botanio Blood Balm) will your blood, heal every sore, ><nV give a clear, smooth, healthy skJf. Deep-seated cases, like ulcers, caicer, eating sores, Painful Swellings, Slood Poison, are quickly cured by Botanic Blood Balm. Cures when all else fails. Thoroughly tested far thirty years. Drug stores, |1 per largo bottle.' Trial treatment free by writing .BLOOD BALM CO,, Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble-free medical advioe given. ovor.3,ooo*vol tintary testimo nisle tl mier by B. B. Telephone us and we will semi foi. olean, press and deliver your oluthes on shortest notioe.— The Amerioan Cleaning and Pressing Club, G. R. Harvey, uian*gr. 310}4 Newcastle St. Phone 142*3. J. A. Lambert of Raleigh, N. 0. writes; “1 heartily endorse Foley's Kidney Cure It does what you claim it will do, and there is nothing equal to it. and I thank you for the good it has done me.” Accept no substitute, wj. Butts. W. W. Umbarger, grocer of Marshall, Mo., writes: “Foley's Honey and Tar is the best cough cure on the market today, i have used most all kinds and am sure that there is no other so good for both young and old, and especially for children. We arc never without it in the houEe.” W J. Butts. IT DAZZLES THE WORLD No disoovery in medicine has ever created one quarter of ttie excitement that has Oeeu caused by Dr. King’s New Dieoovery for consumption. It’s severest tests have been on bope ess viotimg of Consumption, Pneumonia, Hemorage, Pleurisy and Bronchitis, thousands of whom it hat restored to perfect health. For coughs, colds, asthma, croup, hay fever, hoarseness and whooping cough it, is thp quickest, surest cure in the world. It is sold by all druggis's who guarantee satis faction or refund money. Large bot tles 500 and SI.OO. Trial bottles free. FILES :OFi PEOPLE testily to the merit of Banner Salve is cur ing piles. It .immediately relieves and quiokly cures. No other salve .so healing, w. J, Butti. A SUPERB GIIIPjCURE. Johnson’s Tonic is a superb grip cure Drives out every traoe of grip poison from the system. Does il quick. With in an hour it enters ihe blood and be gins to neutralize the effects of the poison. Within a day it places a grip victim beyond the point of danger. Within a week, ruddy cheeks attest return of perfeot health. Price 50 cents if it oure. Ask for Johnson’s Chill and Fever Tonic. Take nothing else. SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES. JUlen’ilFoot-Kase, a powder it cares painful, smarting, nervous feet and ingrowing nnilsomd instantly takes the sting out of corns and bun ions. It’s the greatest comfvrt discovery of the age. Allen’s Foot-Kase makes tight or new shoei feel easp. It icertain cure for sweat ing, callous and hot, aching feet. Try it today. Sold by all druggists anil shoe stores By mall for 25e in stamps, Trial package Free. Address Allen S. (11 il-u' ul. J,e Hoy, N.Y •J < Ai OLn EEZ DENTIST OFFICE IN KAISER BUILDING OPPO- EXCHANGE. "LaGRK oRE r HAI R REFILL RESTORE YOUR CRAY HAIRS SHIPPING REPORT Ocmcted Daily by .Cipt. Otttt Johannes*a Port of Brunswick, Apr. 25 1901. SAILED. Nor, Lark Bargblld. Erisken, Hamburg. Sell. Maudlnaie, Lowell, Baltimore. OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. 208 Newcastle St. On Monday and Tuesday next we will have a Feast of Bargains in every line. We pte a few. Amoskeag gingham at 5c 36 in. yellow homespun at 4c Best calico worth 7c at 4c 36 inch bleaching at 4ic Cashmere assorted colors worth 40c at 29c 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 20c Children’s stockings per paif at 5c Gingham aprous 3 for 25c You will find an elegant display to select from and many Matchless Bargains, MRS. M. ISAAC. Don’t be deceived or hnmbr.gged by people who claim the discovery of some hitherto un - known herb or root in swamps, or on some mountain or prairie for the cure of kidney and bladder troubles Any doctor; or druggist with tell you that such 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 r foolish. W. J. Butts. HAS CURED 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 of the feet and legs, etc., etc., we guarantee that by using: Smith’s Sure Kidney Cere, a complete cure will be effected. Price 50 cents. For sale by all druggists. KIDNEY DISEASES are the most fatal of all dis eases. cm EV’Q KIDNEY CURE 111 IULCI O Guaranteed Remedy or money refunded. Contains remedies recognized by emi nent physicians as the best for Kidney and Bladder troubles* PRICB 50c. and I?.09. ELI ZISSIMATO. 8021 Newcastle St. Mi u:... CIGARS AND TOBACCO All Kinds of Dandy . THE BEST BLOOD PURIFIER. The blood is constantly beiog purifi ed by fhe luhgs aud kiuneys. Keep these organs in ahe<by condition ami the bowels regular and you will have no need of a blood purifier For this purpose there is nothing equal to Cham berlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets, one dose of them will do you more good than a dollar bottle of the best blood purifier. Price, 26 cents. Samples free at I. N. Bishop’s drug store. W. J. BUTTS Druggist, CASTORIA The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of— and bus been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy. S-CctcA&vZ Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good” are baft 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 Nareotio 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—Tli© Mother’s Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THE CENTAUR COMPANY, 77 MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY. 1C [IT GIRDLES THE GLOBE. The fame of Buckien’s Arnica Salve as the best in the world, exfenrie round tbe earth It’s tbe one perfect healer for cuts, corns, burns, bruises, seres, scalds, bo,is, ulcers, felons, aches, pains and all skin eruptions. Only infallible pile cure. 25 cents a box at all druggists. I, W. Harper Whiskey awarded gold medal at Cotton Exposition, New Or leans, ’So. Gold medal at World’s Columbian Exrodtion, Chicago, 93. Gold medal at Paris Exposition, 1900. The kind your grandfather used still leads. Absolute y pnre. Sold by T. Newman, Brunswick, Ga. JlfcMM 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 Requisites are only part of our well assorted stock but we conider it important and strive to sell the best goods at the smallest prices. swtLl fywAmacfl- Barred Pliii nocks the best breed for the South. I have pure bred stock Eggs SI.OO per sitting of 13 A few fowls for sale liens $l. l )0 each. Cockerels s2.!>o. H. H. Harvey, Fiir.E 21S 613 S, Albat Si, Moose o Beni M from the many beautiful models,in;oar display of „ TRIMMED HATS then ascertain the prioe. It will be leas than you think the bat is worth. Oar milliners got the inspiration from ex pensive French models, but the mate rial and workmausbip are American therefore much obeaper, but none the ess good and artistio IISS KITE SLATER 504 GLOCCKSTEU ST.. TO CUKE A COUGH stop coughing, as it irritates the lunge, and gives them no chance to heal. Foley’e Honey and Tar cures without causing a train in throwing off the phlegm like common cough expectorants. W J Butte. There is a little hole in the wall at 228 Grant St‘. where you will find no“fine fixtures but the BestDrin of WHISKEY In Brnnswich For 10 Cents H. BELIG. Proprietor.