If Your Watch
need repaying. Call or
send it to us and we will
give you the very best
work and fully guarantee
Pins put in Breast Pins only
Jeweler and Graduate Optioian*
111 N.vrcMU. BUMt,
Inspector or Wtiohnt for Southern Railway. Time t>y Wire dell? from Washington
KKKPEB 0F TIIE CITY,CLOCKS.
“I only need to visit the grave yard of a
community to know the caracter of the
Is Yeur Lot Creditable
We can help you. We design and exe
cute anything from the simple grave mark
to the most elaborate monument or mans
For High Grade Work-
We can save you money. Come and
see us is ali we ask.
REED LaMANUE Mgr.
512 Monk Street
W. H. BOWEN
ANO E3l_J I L— fc~l
Of Stone? Brick and Frame- Building.
Manufacturer of h C Jtuent, Tile an r . fificial Stow*.
J. J. LISSNER,
■ WHOLES A.I.E
Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Sacon and
GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN / SPECIALTY
216 Bay Street, Brunswick, Georgia,
U. DOWNING, I lIKSIDFNT. K. H. MASON, Vr< R-I*It*NIDKNT. E. I). \\ AI.TKK, I'ASHIKB
THE NATIONAL BAKK OF BRUNSWICK,
CAPIT A L^isl so,ooo.
-—safe depots m UR
I riterest' Allowed On Perofits in Ffciirgh J Ufiln ti
JOBKPHtNV. RENNET, C. DOWNING, ALBERT FENDIG,
Judge Brunswick Circuit, Pres. Downing Cos, of Brobston, Feud’ig & Cos.
W. G. BRANTLEY, E, H. MASON; E. D. WALTER,
M..C. 11th Ga. Dist. of E. H. Mason & Cos. Cashier.
HENRY P, TALMADGE, Frcs. Southern Pine Cos., New York
Is of standard proof and
quality and particularly
ry? adapted to all cafes of in-
W /■; j fv7
„ -~ r disposition requiring a pure
diai/nnorc stimulating tonic
For sale only by,
DOUGLAS & MORGAN, Brunswick, Ga
THE BRUNSWICK TIMES CALL. JUVEt, 1981
Galveston, Texas, May, 31. —The
bill placing a ocmneleEton lo charge of
the municipal affairs of Galveston
went into effect today. The bill pros
vidcs for the appointment of three
oommieslooere by the governor and
the eleoiion of two by the people
of Galvsa'on. The bill contains a
clause under which the city debt oI
Galveston otn be refunded or ret
The condition of the stom
ach and if that fa disordered
it is an inHication that some
Tome or Blood Medicine is
needed to restore the system
to a healthy condition* Our
stock of proprietary medi
cines is very complete, not
one of proved efficiency is
missing from the lot. Our
prices are down to low fig
ures, Best brand of cigars
six for 25 cents.
FOR SALE ON ST. SIMONS ISLAND
The Dr. McOnekill elegant home, 2
tory dwelling house, 7 rooms, large
ot, near A-nold koto!, delightful looa
uon, cheap for cash. Also houses and
lots on every street in city of Bruns
wick for sale for cash or on !oi g time.
Brick stores oa Buy s'reet, Wiusbip
block, $lB,OO per month. Brick store
now ocoupied by Western U ion Te
graph C i.. $20.00 per month, ottl *
over both buildings a* $o 00 a month.
Burroughs Kial Estate Agency,
>1 lee Mamie Smith, Middlesboro, liy.. writes:
“My little sister hail the croup very bail. I gave
her several .loses of Filler's Honey and Tar and
he woa blatantly relieved, It saved her life.
W. J. Butts.
Try the new remedy for oostlveness,
Chamberlain’s .Stomach and Liver
Tablets. Every box gaurentead. Brice,
25 cents. For sale by I. N. Bishop.
Impurities in the blood producedby di
gestive disorders must bo driven out be
fore hot weather sets in, otherwise sick
ness will oppenr at a time .when a strong
vigorous body is n ost needed. Prickly
Ash Bitters will expel all impurities and
put the sy-tem in perfeot order. W.J.Butts,
Skin affections will readily disappear by
using Dewitt’s witch Hazel Salve, look out
counterfeits. If you get Dewitt's you wtl
get good results. It is the quick and
positive cure for piles, w. J. Butts.
Enumlne will leivo for 6'. Simons
a| !l o'clock from Mallory wharf.
Digests what yov eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature in suongibeuuig and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. Ills the lat est discovered digest
ant and tonic Mo othoi preparat.or
can appna ii It ,o etllciency. It in
stantly relieves anl permanently cure*
Dy spopsia, Indigestion, Heartburn
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea
Sick Headache, Unstralgia Cramps and
all other results of impel, cot and igest ion.
Price 50c. and ti, barK' 1 size contains 2Ht mei
•maUsUv -i::.Ualum: dysi'V;is ;■ nmuc Drev
Preen:-,!-. 1 C OrWU 1 *:.C.
w J. BUTTS
make known their tondilion hu
AW HEADACHES. SLEEPLESSNESS, NERVOUS WEAKNESS,
Mf BACKACHES, CHANGES IN URINE, AND IRRITABLE TEMPERI^^
gX IT IS DANGEROUS TO NEGLECT THESt WARNINGS.
If fflß I PI/'IV A ff*3 i* YOU SHOULD m
P& KIDNEY REMEDV JTilei t'A'J 1 I 8 fltf W# B
i&gk It cleanses the system cf poisons and impurities,
Wat, conveys a healmu and sovugihening influence
1o the suffering kidneys. . J JrUFiES THE BLOOD, BW
stimulates ihe Liver. S~; . jm-ach and Bowels,
works a speedy improvcmeuli^^^^^^^
' ■ •* u< ~
W : J. Butts,
IMverrity Yuur Crops.
Wo have ucter<;d many warnings
against planting ton largo !;u acreage of
cotton. Of coarse no warning which is
Unheeded by the majority of planters
can result in immediate good; but the
repeated exhortations on this line have
been sent forth with the hope of some
day bringing about among southern
planters such co-operation as will de
liver them from their present thialdom
to unscrupulous speculators.
But eucouraging progress is evidenced
by the rapidly increasing number of
those who raise suffiulunt home supplies
to make them independent of the west
ern corn crib and western pork and beef.
On many a farm the well-stored smoke
house and coiumodions barn filled with
the in-gathering from the fertile fields
bears testimony to the thrift and enter
prise of tho owner, whose pride it is to
point out to the visitor at his hospitable
home not only his fields of snowy cot
ton, but also his broad acres of corn,
wheat, uate and other gruins, the luxu
riant grass or pea vines just ready for
the hay maker, his gardeu planted with
many kinds of vegetables suggestive of
varied and wholesome fare, and his pas
ture beaut ified by carefully reared stock
of the fiue#®f‘eds.
As the promietor of an estate like this
site at sunset on &4jne little spot of ele
vated ground, with delighted eye he
views the landscape o’er, and to his ear
there comes the distant music of the
tinkling bells as his lowing herds “wind
slowly o’er tiie lea. ” Then, as he turns
his footstep homeward and hears as he
draws nigh, the cheerful song of his
wife and the merry voices of his chil
dren, he knows there are loving eyes
that will greet him at the door and look
brighter for his coming.
Diversify your crops; practice econ
omy and thrift; make every cultivated
acre pay. Thou, even though your farm
may now be small and an humble oot>-
tago your home, the day may come
when competence will reward your la
bors. With fertile fiolds and an attrac
tive home, there will be no trouble
about keeping your ambitious boys on
Burly Cultiviitlon of Corn.
In these early days of May most of the
corn lias been planted, and now care must
be takcu to give it proper cultivation.
Early working, so that no grass or nox
ious weeds may hiudor the growth of
the tender stalks, is the essential thing
for the expected harvest. Goad and.
faithful work now and careful supervi
sion of the hands employed will give
your corn a good start, and the same
kind of work persevered in to the end
will, with favorable seasons, secure a
Plant Pens Slow.
Now is the time to plant your peas,
between the rows of corn, or, if you
have laud to spare and prefer it, in a
field apart .Our soil produces no better
crop. It enriches the land on which it
grows; the succulent peas afford excel
lent food for stock and also for the ta
ble, besides the pea vine makes an ex
cellent hay when it has been properly
cured and housed.
Every farmer in Georgia knows that
cotton must have plenty of sunshine
and must be so managed as not to over
task the land by requiring so much of
its strength for the stalk that there will
not be enough left to nourish the fruit.
The plants must not be allowed to
como up too close together, for in that
case there will be too much shade and
too much of the plant will run to stalk.
Be sure to clean out the cotton well,
thinning out so that the young plants
may bo from 18 inches to 3 feet apart in
tlio drill, being controlled as regards
distance by the fertility of the land.
Of course the intelligent farmer’s ex
perience, obtained by years of careful
plnnting and attention, will greatly aid
him in his decision as to the proper dis
The groat thing to be desired is that
the stalks when grown shall barely
meet in the row. Then the plants will
be in condition to secure the strength
of the land for the fruit, and the av
erage production to the acre will be in
O. B. Stevens, Commissioner.
May 10, 1001.
Steamer EmmeJJpe will Mallory
wharf at 9 o’clock for Cumberland; fire
$1 25 round Jr ip, including dinner and
Thomas Maple, Birbeck, 111., writes: *‘l bad
a very bad case of kidney trouble and my back
pained me so I could not straighten up The
doctors treatment did me no good. Saw Foley’s
Kidney Cure advertised and took one bottle
which cured me and I have not been affected
since, I gladly recommend this remedy w
Why not go to Cuml-.erlatd tomor
row. Boat fare, oar fare and dinner
$1,25. Emmeline leaves Mallory wharf
PLANT SYSTEM SCHEDULE.
To tike vffeot 12:01 a. m. Sunday
May 26, 1601.
Leave Brunswick 6:30 a. m. and
2:50 p. m.
Arrive Brunswiok 9:60 a. tc. and
7.30 p, m.
At the meeting of the Giynn County
Beard of Education held May 16th. tbs
regular txsmiuation of applicants for
teaobere places was set for Saturday
Jnue Bth. and the Seoertary was in
structed to so advertise in the Times*
The following resolution was adopt
Resolved. That all teachere now
employed in the public schools of this
oity or county, who hold a license
lower than the drat grade, and all
persons who sre applying for positions
in the school*, of the city or c.uaty,
shall be required to be present at
the Msoafleld street school on Satur
day June Bih. 1901 at 8 :30 a. m. there
to stand such an exaanna'ioo in writ
ing as shall be provided for them,
by the superintendent.
Supt. school* Glynn Cos.
CHANGE IN SCHEDULE-ALL
DAY IN SAVANNAH.
Train heretofore leaving Savanuab
at 5p . m. will hereafter leave at 6 30
p, tn. For the benefit of passengers
returning from Savannah it has been
arranged by the Southern Railway to
hold tb6tr train No. 24 at Jessnp until
the arrival of train leaving Savannan
at 6;30 p. m. thus allowing praotioelly
the entire day in Savannah.
Leave Brunswick at 4:60 and 7:30
a. m. Rates $1 for tbs round trip.
A, R. U. C. Caning and upholstering
shop. I will call your attentiou lo the
osning and upholstering shop at 422%
Newcastle street. Repair furniture,
lay o&rpeti and matting pat oane seats
in chairs, mattresses made and renova
ted, and repaok furniture. My work
is well advertised in Brunswick. W.
H. Thomas, 422% Newcastle street.
SCHEDULE OF STEAMER HESSIE.
Steamer Bessie for Brunswick and St. Simon
pier. In effect May 28.
Lv. Brunswick 8 80 am
Lv, Brunswick 10 30 am
Lv‘ Brunswick 5 30 pin
Ar. St. Simon Mills 6 30 pm
Lv. St. Simon Mills 6 00 am
Lv St. Simon Pie“ 8 80 am
Lv. St. Simon I’ier 4 00 pm
Lv. St. Simon Her 5 30 pm
Lv. Brunswick 9 30 am
Li. Brunswick 2 30 pm
Lv. St. Simon Pier 11 00 am
X.V. St. Simon Pier 6 00 pm
Brunswick, Ga., Mij 10 1901.
In acoordanca with permission
granted by Ktilroad Commission of
Gaorgia.tbe Plant Bystem and South
ern Railway will close their freight
stations at noon every Saturday from
May 25 to August 31, inolusivs.
T. J. Wright,
Agent Plant System of Rwys,
C. L. Candler,
General Agan t, Soutbenliwy,
A SUPERB GRIP,CURE.
Johnson's Tonic tea superb grip cure
Drivee out every traoe of grip poison
from the system. Doesitquick. With
in an hour it enters the blood and be
gins to neutralize he effects of the
poison. Within a day it plaoes a grip
viotlm beyond the point of danger.
Within a week, ruddy cheeks attest
return of perfeot be 1 P->c 50
cents if it cures. Ask lm J o’ni*.u’a
Chill and Fever Tonio. Take nothing
follow the’ use of that
good Spanish Wine of ours,
50c a quart, because it is
strictly pure, it is properly
aged, it is blended well.
May we send you a half
dozen as a sample order?
1. Goldlilll & Go.
Phone’,l94, 800 Gloucester|Sl
SUNDAY ON ST. SIMON AND CUM
The following schedule will be run on
tomorrow by ihe Cumberland rou e
rteamer Emmeline: Leave Brunswick
9 a, m., ariive at S', Simon 10 am.;
arrive at Cumberland II :30 >. m. Re
turning, leave Cumberland 0 p. m.
leave 3t. Simon 7p. m. Regular f.e
will be obarged to St. Simon and retain,
bat the fare to Cumberland and return
has been reduced (or tbis occasion to
$1.25, including ttreet car fare and
THRIFTY BUYERS STUDY
Look where you will, Compare prices where you
will. You will find it impossible to match such bargains
as we offer,
ITS TO YOUR INTEREST TO BUY NOW.
Don’t forget the elegant silverware we are
offering as a premium to our customers.
Airs. n. Isaac.
The Leader ia Dry Goods,
208- 20S 1-2 Newcastle, St.
Rustic Old Hickory, Bircb, Fancy Wicker, Re"d and Willow Rock-rs, Ra
frigerators, lea Cream Freezers.
We are sole agents In this section for the finest line of Old Hickory Cha’rs
that is made and aie sellng at spec's! Bargain prices, in order to introduce them
Everything that is new, in and outdoor furniture at j rices far under the
Enamel and Brass Beds.
A galaxy of beauties, styles and finish. Many new effects in tints of hello,
trope, green, gold, blue and white enamel.
Many bargains here in good designs, but hose we oannot duplicate when they
are gone, can be had in different sizes,
How about Refrigerators, get o her 1 eoples prices and come here If you are In
earnest about savin?,
horseshoeing” and repairing.
We have a first class Horse Shoer, and Guarantee
to turu out only
THE BEST WORK.
Your horse will not have to wait half a day to
Will do it Promptly
We also do first class repairing and will put vour
buggy or wagon in good shape at reasonable prices.
One trial will prove ou assertion,
FERGUSON & LAMBRIGIIT,
308 Reynolds Street-
Coney & Parker
Coal and Wood, Brick,
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shingles f and Laths.
Agents for Morris’ Brick.
Phone 18 525 Bav fet.
CHUE HALL, Proprietor
You can get the best the market affords by eating here
P. S.-*-Orders taken for 0, K- Laundry.
BEFORE Tr GETS TOO HOT,
Enamel your bath tubs with Star Bath Tub Enamel.
Will stand hot water and will not crack or peal,
Varnish Stains, Gold, Silvar and all kinds of enamel
for wood and iron work, at
FLEMING 4 WAFF’S.
Cream of Kentucky
s 1.00 per quart. It Is the best.
DOUGLAS ii MORGAN.
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