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(he Brunswick Times.
Established 1889- Tiie Brunswick Call. Established 1881: file Brunswick Times-Gall, CONSOLIDATED 1800, , Published . S'?BBT : MORNING EXCEPT’.MONDAY. The Tlsnes-Call will tie delivered by carrier or mail per year, $5 0"; per week 16 cents. Cor respondent# on live subjects solicited. Heal name of writer should accompany same. Sub scriptions payable iu adranco. Failure to re ceive paper should be reportad to the business office. Address all communications to. TDK TIMBB-CALL, Brunswick, via. TO SUBSCRIBERS: Subeeriberaiare nested to notify the office When they fall to get any Issue of the Tlmes fjlL Attention to this mstterwlll be apoie slated by the pnblishors. tETHDB H. LEAVY - - -V- - Editor iOLAHD A. MULLINS, Business Manager Tillman and MuLaurln have boon well adverlised, anyway. If some enteprislnK man would build a hotel at St. Simon, he wou : d have bis fortune made. I’ierpoat Morgan says a daily sleumer will goon sail from Now V.irk for Eu rope. Plci pont ought to know. I hs Boston Herald notes the downfall of a Vermont cashier who “had a prune luoomo and a watermelon appetite.” ltrunewick’s Are dspaiimerit deserves serve much credit for ths work they d,d last in exiinguiabi: g the 11 >ze aboard the steamer Egmou’, and 'lius avoiding what might havj proved a aer oui con- II tgralion. THE NEW DEPOT IDEA The Times-’’ali. publishes ih is mora ine, in its news c damns, an article about a raw anion depot for Brunswick. Wo are glad to say that we have at present as good a depot as any city in Georgia, (Rrurswick’a sir.--,) and an en tirely new station is not needed at all, but soma additions will have to be made if the Brunsw.ck & Birmingham runs their passenger trains into the union depot, and Jhe Times-Cam. sincerely hopes that arrangements will be made with the two other roads so that the new road will havefall passen ger trains to depart from and arrive at the same point. We nave but little doubt that the Plant System and Southern will com bine and on Ur Into suoh arrangements with the new read. It would-only tako a small amount to add an addition, and make it one of the most convenient depots in the State. SOME PECULIAR IDEAS. Some people seen* to be under the impression that newspaper has no expense whatever, and fcuve no heal* fancy In asking, “Will you please print th'a for me f" l£ a newspaper man should walk info a clothing store and ask, “Will you pleaso give me a suit of clothes?’’ the proprietor would no doubt think him insane. But the worst part of It is, we sonielimes devote considera ble space to s local entertainment, or something of the kind, and are then criticised because we do not say more. Did you ever think for a few minutes over the nc.vspaper buslnes- '■ Do you know that our ooiumne t.rs our stock In trade V Do you think theie is a greit dual of pleasure in running a newspapei? If you do, try B once—thit’s euilieiejt! And another peculiar thing is, some neople would rather, well do most any thing, than pay a subscription bill, and then if the proprietor itops the paper, he go's angry ard wan’s to ‘ whip’’ somebody, but seldom, very seldom, does so. At any rale, If we do have toiaylt ourselves, newspaper men do mire giv ing, and receive less thauks, thin any other cla*s of people Dewitti 8 Little Early Kisers search the remotest p rts of the bowels and remove the impuri e speedily with no disoom ford. They re famous lor their efllcacy- Easy to take ever gripe, w. J. Butte. FERTILIZATION FACTS INTERESTING OBSERVATIONS OF AN ICXDKUIKNCKD AljniCl/L --TUBAIs CHEMIST. PLANT LIFE IS ANALYZED Valuable Information Learnod From the Hooks uml From an Extensive Practical Experience. To Georgia Farmer: I wrote yon last year a series of letters devoted almost exclusively to the feeding of live stock, the preparation of scientific rations and to tho general principles underlying tho scientific feeding of stock. As you have asked me so many questions about ferti- lizers, I propose now to write yen a se ries of letters on thut subjeot, giving you the benefit of what I may have learned from books and from my exper ience as an agricultural chemist. As the prime object of farming and of fertilization is the raising of crops, wo will begin by considering briefly plant life. What is a plant? Lot ns examine and make a rough analysis of one. Pull up a green and vigorous plant, brush the dirt from tho roots and throw it down upon tho ground with the rays of the sun beating upon it. Soon it as sumes a peculiar appearance, which we call “wilted.” Hail you taken the precaution to weigh the plant when you first pulled it up and theu weighed it again after a fow hours, when it looked badly wilted, you would find that it had lost weight. By putting the fresh plant under a specially constructed glass vessel and setting it in the sun, you could prove to your own satisfac tion that the cause of tho loss in weight was due to tho loss of water. Tho wa ter iu the plant heated by the sun rises ns vapor, and if you had the special glass vessel I speak of you could see tho water of tho cotton plant condense in the cool part of tho vessel in drops, which yon could oolloct and weigh; and If you wore provided with sufficiently delicato instruments, yon would find tho weight of this condensed wat r from the cotton plant was exactly equal to the loss iu weight which it sustained after boiug badly wilted. Young plants and vegetables fre quently contain as much as nino-tenths of their weight of water. In making hay we dry out tho water of the grass in the sun, and when the grass has lost all the water it will in this way, it is said, be “cured,” and becomes hay. This air dry grass or hay still contains from 8 to 12 per cent, of water, which can be driven out of it by heating it to the temperature of boiling water. If we should do that, what was left would bo the "dry matter” of the plant. This dry matter of the plant contains all the valuable elements for whioh the plant was grown. If wo examine this dry matter furthor, wo find in a general way that it is composed of two kinds of bodies, one of whioh will burn, or tho combustible, ami another kind whioh will not burn, the incombustible or the ash. That part of the plant whioh burns or goes up In smoke is derived very largely from the air, and is gaseous in its nature. If, now, we were to analyze these gases which escape ou burning the plant, and then analyze the ash which was left, we should find that, besides the nine-tenths water which the original plant contained, tho remaining tenth contained these elements—carbon, hy drogen, oxygen, nitrogen, potash, mag nesia, lime, iron phosphorus and sulphur as essential elements; that is to say, we should certainly find all those elements present, as no plant could exist without them, eacli one being just as necessary as the other to tho growth and life of the plant; and if any one of them wore cut out, the others being present, the plant could not develop Besides those elements just men tioned, however, we should also find in the ashes of the plant silica, chlorine, soda and manganese, and sometimes a few other elements, though none of these last are absolutely necessary to the growth and development of plant, life. These fish elements, as wo may call them, nro nil derived from the soil. Ninety-five per cent of the dry matter of the plant comes out of the air. end is derived from tho gases which exist ia the air, the remaining; 5 per cent of the dry matter being the ashes which come cut of tho soil. So you see the mineral part, which comes from the soil, is only a very small part of the original plant, but yet it is just as essential to the Ufa and growth of the plant as any or all of the others. . HOW’S TniSl’ Wa offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any ease of Catarrh that eso not be .cured b> Hall’s Catarrh Cute, g. J. CIIKNKY A 00. Toledo, O We, the undersigned, have known K, J. Cheney foi the lust fifteen years and believe him perfectly lioncrable in al! business trun actions, aud finan cially able to carry out any obligations made by their Urm, West A Truax, wholesale druggists, Toldo, O. Welding Rinnan A Marvin, wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. Bail’s Catarrh Cure is taken inter ally, acting direotly upon the blood and maoous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c, per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Hall’s Family Pills are the h*r A, K. U. 0. Caning and upbolsteripg shop. I will call your attention to tho eanlng and upholstering shop at 422’.., Newcastle street. Repair furniture, lay carpets and matting, put cane seals in chairs, mattresses made and tonova tad, and repack furniture. My work is well advertised in Brunswick. AY. H. Tuooias, 422Ji! Newoaotle street. A Wife Says: “Weha te f >ur children. With tlie first tree I suf .ered almost unbearable pains from >2 to 1 i hours, and had to be placed under ihe influence of chloroform. I used three bottles ox Mother’s Friend before our last child came, which Is a strong, fat and /spV- &X. healthy boy, doing up* 9 jf? my housework up V *■ to within two hours . of birlh, and sut- V. feredbutafewhard (Vi nfV'jl© U '~~'J pains. This Uni- /( j Thml? T~ \A mentis tlie grand-1 Mt' If A Fj est remedy ever Vsj JI made.” M Mother’s f ‘J Friend 1 r\\ will do i :t cvery woman what ft did for the Minnesota mo iher who writes the above let ter. Not to i! e ft during pregnancy is a rn?rtake to be paid Jor in pain and suffering. Mother's Friend equips the patient with a strong body arid clear sntJjjll "hich in turn are imparted to the cRV It relaxes the muscles and allows them to expand. It relieves morning sickness and nervousness. It puts all the organs concerned in perfect condition for the fin.J hour, so that the actual Libor is short and practically painless* Dan ger of rising or hard breasts is altogether avoided, and recovery h merely a matter of a few day*. PruiCjfiatu Mother’s Trlcmi tor 31 a bottle. The i;:*ad field Regulator Cos., Atlanta, Ga Sn : <r ■'r f> nitifltrte<! book. THIS WILL INTKUKST MANY To quickly introduce B, H. 15. Botanic Blood Balm, the famous Southern blood cur© into now homos, we will send absolutely fro© 10,- 000 tria! tn’atmontH. Botanc Blood Balm. H H l quickly wires old ulcers, scrofula, itch ing Akin. and hnmoriu cancer, eating festering .-'ftres. boils, carbuncles, pimples, or offensive eruptions, pains in bones or join Is, rheumatism or any blood or skin trouble. Botanic Wood ; Balm, B H B heals ©very sore or pimple, makes the blood pure and rich and stops all I ; dies ami pains. Botanic Wood Balm, IS. B, ; B, thoroughly tested for 30 years in hospital ami ! private practice and has cured thousands of ■ if, given up as hopeless, Hold at drugstores *1 ner large bottle. For free treatment write to Blood Balm Cos.. Atlanta Ga. Medicine sent at once prepaid. Describe trouble and free triodi eal advice given. Botanic Blood Balm IS. IS. IS. gives life and vigor nnd strength to the blood, the tlne-t blood purifier made. Botanic ! Blood Balm gives a healthy blood supply to j the akin anti entire system. fu .A II mmim Hoack Food for getting rid of the roaches is now needed to run the rascals out of the houee and bath rooms. We hav* just made a deal by which we can offer Peterman’s Roach Food the best on the market for 10c., per can the regular price is 15 to 20c. This will be for one week only. Peterman’s Discovery for bugs will give you a good nights rest and fit you for business next day. mimmassaßEw Miss Mamie Smith, Midillesboro, Ky.. writes: “My little sister had the croup very bad. I gave her several doses of Foley's Honey and Tar and tie was blatant ly relieved, It saved her life. W. J. Batts. Try toe new remedy for oostlveness, Chamberlaiu’e Stomach end l,iver Tablets. Every box gaureit'ced. Price, 2.i cents. For sale I. N. Bishop. Druggist. Impurities in the blood producedby di gestive a enrders must be driven out be fore licit, weather sets in, otherwise • ink ness will appear at a time when a strong vigorous body Is most needed. Prickly h i-’ittars v ill expel all impurities and put the system in perfect order.W.J.Butts. hi • w f if •; l ] n f'i Li nw r 3 £ ; NL.V'j I 4 ‘Dyspepsia Cure Digests you eat. Itarttticially digests the food and aids Natura lu strengthening and recon structing tha exhausted digestive or gans. It istl.o latest discovered digest ant and tonic. No other preparatior can approach U i;t efficiency. It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick Headache, Gastraigia Crampsand all other results of imperfect digestion. Price SOc. anil fi. I.urgc sue contains SR times email silo Sir,oU il 1 about dvs|.. troiliodfree Prcoorcd bv o oww see.. Cbieos*. W. J. BUTTS PI,ANT SYSTEM SCHEDULE. To take iffeot 12 -.01 a. m. Suuday May 20. 1801. Leave Bruns vick 5:30 a. m. and 2:50 p m. Arrive Brunswick 8:50 a ut. and , 7.30 p. in. BKUNBWIOK TIMES-CALL. JUNE 2 1901 Harris Lithia Water The Strongest Natural Lithia Spring Water on the Market. A perfect prescription from nature for diseases of the Liver Kidneys Bladder and Blood Especially leccornmended and prescribed by prominent physicians everywhere for Bright’s Disease. Albuminuria, Cystitis and Cravei, Sufferers from Kbeumatism, Gout and Uric Acid Poison ing will find ila ris Lithia the most effective remedy. Testimonial from physicians and patients that eliminate all questions of doubt, sent to any andress. Asa table Water Lithia is Unexcelled ft is clear, pure odorless and slightly acid'. Still; Carboy’s and Demijohn’s. Cases of 12 one-half gallon bottles Sparkling; Pints and Quarts. For suie by all dealers, Hunter-Sale Drug Cos. LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS. C2CDL SET, BESIffTIST OFFICEHN DISER BUILDiM OPPO SITE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. ELI ZISSIMATO, VW V its w l ouii cvvWi asi ie .1. fill i11.... ;::. sis fii® Cl GARB AND TOBACCO All Kinds of Candy . @SO YEARS’ EXPERIENCE Designs •r,n.- Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending a Kketcti and description may inh l iy ascertain our opinion :ree whether ui invention p r bahly patentable. O mmunlca Ivins net iy oonlHlontial. 1 Land book on Patents lent. free. Oldest agency for securing patents. i*h?eiits taken through Mutiu .t Cos. receive tpo'UU notice , without, cliurgo, in tho Sialic Jlimrican. A handsomely liltirnted weekly. T-nrjrest cir culation of any aeieVtitle journal. Terms. ?3 a year; four montha, fV Sold by all newsdealers. WIUNN & Cos. 36,Broadw -’ New York Branch Office. G 25 F 8U Washington, D. G. GRAND SUMMER OPENTNG- The New York Steamer brings every week Novelties in Millinery Goods, at iv\i s. Earles, 203 New castle st Ladies will find the largest and best assort ment in the city All invited to inspect. TIIE G RE AT SCOUBGE of modern times id consumption. Many euros and discoveries from time to time are published but Foley's Honey and Tar does truthfully claim to cure all cases in the early stages *and always affords comforl and relief in the very worst eases. Take no substitutes, w. J. Butt W, J. BUTTS =• ' yjf fill a Becoiino Sliis 'rum the many beautiful models io our display of] TRIMMED HATS Chen ascertain the prioe. It will be lese 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, bat none thf ess good and artistic MISS KITE SLITEB 504$GLOUCESTER ST., I—PAINT— I SL Removes all Corns, Bunions and Warts, without pain, speedily and permanently JKn * All Dnifrprfsts sell Abbott’s m . East Indian Conn Paint. lippman^ W. J. Buffs. SIO.OO a diy to live men; big money for bustleis selling 1 Cincinuatus” Leather Suspenders and Belts, never break or pull off buttons. Just the thing for cotton planters. M. P. Skinner, 165 Meeting st., Charleston, S.C. FOR SALE.—One cottage, in good condition in Ki gs City, St. Simons Iriand. Apply at once to W. D. Bai ley at Flemings & Waff’s. CASTORIA The Kind Toil Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, lias borne the signature of /? and b?s been made under his per- * ~ V/tt-s. -jz. sonal supervision since its Infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Jnst-as-good” are bufc Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health or 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 Narotlc 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 tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep# The Children's Panacea—The Mother’s Frisud. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought Sn Use For Over 30 Years. THe CENTAUR COMPANY, TT MURRAY STREET, NEW YORK CITY. . Scrofula jSJIp 1 Scrofula is an unwelcome legacy, but one which | the children of blood poisoned parentage must || accept, with all its humiliating consequences. It is an inheritance that makes one poorer; that brings (| / , wretchedness and disease instead of health and Mjj&W riches, for the child whose ancestral blood is tainted J2r *a, with Scrofula or the loathsome virus of Contagious < lilood Toison is unfitted for the arduous duties of gs£*>V’ J! life so long as any of the transmitted poison remains wr .. >4^. in its veins. Scrofula manifests itself in various forms; swollen glands about the | neck and throat, catarrh of the head, weak eyes, hip bone disease, white swelling and offensive sores and abscesses are familiar symptoms, attended usually with loss of strength, poor digestion and pale or bloodless complexion. The skin is sometimes most dreadfully affected, eruptions breaking out on all parts of the body. Scrofula destroys bone, tissue and flesh; no part of the human system escapes its ,„ . , withering, benumbing touch. When nineteen years old, and about one year p , i after the birth of my first child, the e-lands on l an f“ Y. tho left side of my neck began to swell. Four of oned by their own misdeeds, the places were lanced and became open running or who themselves may be sores; risings camo under my left arm, and tho suffering for the sins of some discharge was simply awful. The doctors said I remote ancestor, must re had the worst case of Scrofula they had ever store their own blood to its seen. I took iodide of potassium, but this nor . an( j strength the other drugs given for this disease brought ™ rl ™l P uf ity and relief. When the physicians advised me to hava ? r they cannot expect the glands removed, I decided to try S. S. S. A healthy, robust children, few bottles cured me completely; no signs of S. S. S. cures Scrofula, like the terrible disease are left. other diseases of a deep- MRS. RICHARD WASSON, seated, constitutional charac- Golden Corners, Ohio. b ’ y restoring life and purity to the profoundly poisoned blood, and the rich, strong blood that is carried to the swollen and diseased glands absorbs and destroys the tuberculous deposits, and the painful, disfiguring sores and other evidences of Scrofula disappear. S. S. S. should be begun immediately upon the appearance of the first symp toms, or where there is a known predisposition to Scrofula. Our medical depart ment will be found of great help to those who are struggling with this -wasting disease of heredity or any other blood trouble, and we invite you to write us. Should you or any member of your family need advice, our physicians will cheer fully give the information you desire, for -which we make no charge. Book oa Blood and gkin Diseases free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, QA. A SPRAINED ANKLE QUICKLY CURED “At one lime I suffered from a seve re sprsio of the ankD,” say? Gao. B, Cary, editor of the Guide, Washington, Va. “After using several well recom mended medicines without success, I trie! Ciiemherlsiu’s Poo Bdra, aad am pleased lo say that relief o*rr.e as soon as I began its use and a complete cure speedily followed. This remedy bss also been used in my family for frost bitten feet with the best result?. I cheerfully recommend its use to all who may need a first c!a*s liniment.” Sold by I N. Bishop, Druggist. CHEAP ADVERTISING. CASH IN ADVANCE Advertisements in this columu will l>e Insert ed at the uniform rate of One Cent a Word for ach insertion. No advertisement, however small, less than 50 cents. Cash ia advance. WANTED—Iron safe. Address L,.. care this office. WANT ED— Summer boarders. Reasonable rates. Mrs. Phi i Taylor 1 R ck Hill, S,C. THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Anouncea the following rate* to Buf* ’alo, N. Y., and return on account of v.tbe “Pan-American” exposition, com mencingon April 3Ctb, Tickets limited to fifteen days from date of sale, via Oaio River ga’ewa r a $40:90. Via Potomac River gatew ya, $41:40. Tickets good returning until Nov 3, via Ohio River gateways, $46 :10. V • Potom&o River gateways, $47:00. C. L. Candler, General Ag nt. IT DAZZLES THE WORLD No discovery in medicine has ever created one quarter of the exoitem'-nt that hss been caused by Dr. King’s New Disoovery for consumption. I’s severest tests have been on hopches* victims of Consumption, Pneumoni-, Hemorage, Pleurisy and Bronohitia, thousands of whom it has restored to perfect health. For coughs, colds, asthma, croup, bay fever, hoarsen*** and whooping cough it is the quiukee', surest cure in the world. It is sold by ail druggists who guarantee satis faction or refund money. Large bot tles 500 and SI.OO. Trial bottles free. CHARTS FOR SALE. | Charts, Tide Tables, end other pub lications of the United Sta’es Coast ar.d Geodetic Survey, lor sale ny U. W. Doming, No, 218 Union street. Telephone 152.