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IZstablishsd 18*9. The Brunswick Call. Bat&bliehed lxl lie Brunswick Tiraes-Gall, CON SO LI I) AT KI) lUOO, • Published IIIVIRT L MORNING (KXCKIT ;MONI>AY. The Thnet-Cali will be delivered by carrier or mall per year, $0*00; per week 15 cent*. Cor respondent* oa live nubJrcU solicited, Real name of writer whoold accompany same. Hub acriptiona payable ia advance. Failure to re ceive paper should be reported to the basinets office. Addroea all communications to. THE TIMBS-CALL, Brunswick, tta^ TO 8UB80KIBBR8: lilimlfnwn requested to notify the office Whan they fell to get nny issu. of tlie Tlmei- MIL Attention to ltd. mntter will be >pgit- Mated by the publiihnrt. SOLA*D.A MOLJ.INB, Buslno.a Managsr The nude In art is a good midsummer subject, Minister Conger is long on fame but short on dslegiles, Philadelphia Is sirring now among Allies as the horrible example. Senator Platt’s retirement from the flstss will I>6 with .ut a Conklin? attachment. Some c anks want Commissioner of Pensions Evans dismissed because he scrupulously o'leeives tbe statutes he ll employed to enforce. British Editor Pearson snys tbht no yacht suttlciently Htrong and stable to cross the Atlantic has much chance of oarrying away the cup. Hut the old yacht Amerlcin did both, h >wever. It will be interesting to watch tbe republicans ateiupt to open foreign markets to Amerloan manufacturer)! and at the same time enforce a protec tive tarilT. Of course thev may do it but it will be a trit k worth learning. .■ About tbe sloksat pre.ldenlial boom that bat yet made its appearan e Is that cf Senator Forster, of Ohio ..The Fair banks boom and the II >uua boom mty be in earnest, but Foraker has no more chance of an eketiou in 1904 than has Wm. McKinley. Kev. John Krllar, who whi Rbot by T. G. Marker, now on trial in Niw York, drolares that the luttimouy of the wife of the accuse] U Inexplicable, as lie never behaved towards her in any other manner than a man of honor abould to a reapec'ed woman. Justice Moreau, In the Itrooklyu su preme court, gave a decision last Tliurr. day In case under discussion In divorce proceedings. A co-respondent was named for kissing a woni'ii. The court said it all depended on tin- way be kissed her, whether on the sly or in the pretence of others. Uecause la t WedLeday, Juni 19 was ttv anniverslty of the battle between the Alabama and ihe Ksrsarge. iff he - bourg, Fianor. Admiral H'gginsuu did not oare for the flrat meeting of the two battleship', Alabama ami Kearstrge to be at Ni>wp >rl Now* on that day. The battleships were named after the vessels that fought that fainouti battle. A BAD STORY. The following letter ia clipped from the Albany Herald of recent cUt : In the Atlanta paper tt ere appear* the following; “Wife of an Inmate in the Soldiers’ Home deairea postilion aa housekeeper in some family. Strong and able to to to and work. Addreaa room 23. aiders’ Home, Atlan'a.” A fl od of thought, not of the pleas antest, sweeps across one's mind as wc read the above touching appeal. Ist What physical condition of the aoldisr oompelled bun to abandon bis hum , to leave his wife homeless, and sees for himself alone ease ami edition? 2nd. What is the story of that man's aoldler life? There were soldiers in tho Confederate army, in the Federal army, indeed la every army, who sought and seek self and aslf alone. In times of Hanger they arc the quietest men imaginable. When the strrm oloud paster away who so brave as they! Hush men would desert and leave tbeir families toa life of want and drudgery, they living in luxury and rase, It is to he hoped that the old soldier in question is not one of this class. Justice to him should induce tbe old soldiers' friend, Captain Tip Harrison, to let the public krow why this poor woman, homeless and friendl-88, sejke work. A writer in yesterday’s Journal say?, "Here is a case for the Daughters of the Confederacy.” And so it is. Tue gry beads of tbe present dsy recollect well how the women of Cl to bound after- wards unselfishly toiled for tbe welfare and comfort of the absent soldier and for th* help of the wounded and sick, of those that were hors de c„mbat, Will not Mrs. J.H Kaine investigate end let her sisters know? Her comrade daugh ters will help this deserving woman and so will many, vrry many Old Confedu HOW’S THUD We olfer One .Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be 'cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY A CO. Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F, J. Cheney for tbe last fifteen years and believe turn perfectly honorable In all business transactions, and finan cially abloto carry out any obligations made by their firm. West A Truax, wholesale druggists. Toldo, (). vVnlding Rinnan AMarvi whole *!* druggists. Toledo, O. Hall’s Catarrh Cure U takan Liter ally, anting directly upon tie blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent tree. Price 750, per bottle. Sold by ait druggists, Hall’s Family Pills are tha best. Don’t Forgot the Moonlight Excursion. I. is tbs opening of tli* now heal iino to the new whstf ahd r.niv paviliii'H, They hare stonreil tSie svrvloov ol the Marine hand, thereby gnara:;‘('oi : g to al! not only first ola s mueio, but, one of the most pleasant evenings that uny one nan spend. The tine has made tin. round trip for half faro, that is 25 omits will rakoyou down and bring you back, so ovary body should go and onj ,y the nisei vs*. HOUSES FOH SALE, 5 room house on Union mreet between Gljucester and Matiafiotd. l’rioo $ 1300. 5 room house on E street, south of L street. $1300.00 ti room house on E et.rert, nc'ir the Gale realdeuo.; if 1100.00. 5 room house bank of M- , Osrgylc; $>700.00. 7 room house next to Baptist ohurob ] on Union street; $>2900.00 90x90 oornor lot near Lovers Oak; $300.00, Apply to Brobston, Kendig & Cos PLANT SYSTEM SCHEDULE. To take tit'sot !‘2 ,01 ei Suoday May 26 901. Leave Brunswick 6:30 a. m srd 2:50 p ni; Arrive Brunswick 9:60 a. iu. *tnd 7.3(fp. in AUCTION SALK AT 11 A II UKOSS INC. OFFERMAN. GA. GEORGIA, rierae County ill be sold at (.notion on July 8 b, rex , to the highest bidder the following land: ne hundred scr-e of land a! the 11 A’ B crossing st Oit' rnisn, Pierooco,, G*, subdivided into lots 60a 126 fort. loitn> of stl" onisfouith earit and t ie balance in three equal jmymn.a of three, six and nine month.; bond for title.. Only every other lot vvi ' Ibe Sdd at CUCttOD but the sl ernate lots car! be bought uri easy terms. These lots w ill be sold oi - t'foiy to white people. The sale will ac tually take place on .Inly Sib, ootuinei o ing at 1(1 o’cli ck, a. in, ,1. it. Thomas NiohoH. Oa June 17, i9Ol 20 • Pickles For a Nicklc A. C. JEFFERS, 211) Newcastle Street. Phone 159 HORSESHOEING AND REPAIRING. We have a f.rst class Horae Sheer, and Guarantee to turn out only THE BEST WORK, Your horse will not have to wait half a day to be nhod. Will do it Promptly We also do first class repairing and will put your buggy or wagon in good shape at reasonable prices. One trial will prove ou assertion, FERGUSON & LAMBRIGHT, 308 Reynolds street Petition tor Charier STATIC OF GKORUI\ County of G if mi, To the > uperior court of said cnun'.t. Tbe petition of Kdwin IJ rob* ton, Albert Ken <!ig.l) Walter, Louis KtMblemaii andWin. NuHMb.Tttin all of Hrunswlrk. Glynn county Georgia, and T. A Lamb of the city of New York, New York, and A- rrndiey I’oley, of Brooklyn, New York, respoctfully shows: First. That they desire for tliemwlvef. tbeir hhh' •- intoß, successors and ansigns to become ibcor porated under the namo .nd style of The Brunswick & Birmingham Railroad lievelopc inent ( t lopany Second. Thu term for which petitioners ask to be in e.orpoiftted In twenty [2oJye;u a,with :t privilege id it uevval at the end of itiAt tune, ; Third. Tbe capital Htock of the corporation in to he fifty thotiaand dollars (If.'iO.ooo.oo) tlivj.i ed ltitoshsu-es of one hundred dollar* (#loo)each peiilionere, however, ak the privi'ege of in ( rea-ing me c'ital stock from time to ti e not hundred and f|ftyJt.hoiih;t:jd dollars, upon ii vote of the majority of the Htock of nucli corporal ion. Fourth. Suid oetitioners dCairo the privilege or cotn i icee.uig >u-ti unto otlon of ku itiCMs when ten • • •cm (10 per cent) m eatii of tin* cijokal Ic oi ri.ty iiioiui.'iiid doll are author t/.n ; na. been actually paid in. Fifth. Toe object of the proponed corporation i jo ijriih.’y piotll Mid gain to it* Htodtimiiiei , tlo* siicclml purposes of incur ur.oi ut leing Him and■/. lope, iient o! town stt< m Ul) l loan* alreauv <’unhllsli*d aitf the do*elopement of oilier i.nls on * lie intt oi The Itniusw let A Birtuiug ii.■ is Kn !nad no.vln coor-e of eoo-ini.- phi i helirdii wirkAUiro’iiuflmm ItHiifertd < o:n --jon >i eirpora* ioiuiiui*T t.ht la ah of tli.*-iaie ■ I < iim*ia,oi hiiv I" .m’li line or cobnec ion of H.ii i’ai r< iid t t> privi eg* of aiding >mi stria! on ■'l i -CH oil S: •I (J lllif*, of '| 1 11* a l nU>l lakii)|C id'-i u therein, and to tli it uid ihe l ight to pur ch.iHO and lecci vu d-uuitioiiH t.f real etnt* *r ot her properly, re Hneh real estate at a tin vii 'latniii I'lti hubkcripMona to eipitat Hdi k in-raid i orporalion, aIHO to li v I uu i i mvey t ids, to crente loans upon its propt riy aml i • - I 'cure aiteh loan* ly and eJ of tnist or iuortgtt ■ to loan money and ivc ive mor ga ; • >! •! H Usl'Of: euu sKine, to min and i• nu and, ♦•> ph ad and be impleiided. to have a; and u a1 i ninmn Heal, to provide by law'* for the govern iiuMit of uiieh corj oration and the num i*cr of it.-* Hoard of Directors and the ai.yie and iiumiier of iu) ollieeis, and generally to do ai-d prefotm each anu all such acts as are u-ua’iy per'h'rmed bv corporations not prnhibltet by the ConHiltution or lawn of the Hlato of Geor* Kia. Sixth. The princlpai oifi • aiul place of businesH of the proposed corporation will lie the city of itrunswick, eouuty of Glynn, and Elate < fd’eor gia,wiih the privileges of establishing agencies at sr.y point or point* in this .state,or elsewhere which uui vbe conducive to tile successful eon duct of the business hereinbefore described a Wtioiefore. petitioners pray to !• made a I’Cdv cornorate under the nrtineitiu! styleafore bai<f entitled to the rights, privileges'ami iui muuitiei*, and suhjee* to the liabilities fixed by law. This May 24Lhi!M)l. itespectfuliy submitted, <). A* Goodyear. Attorney for the Petitioners. NT ATK OF. GEORGIA, Glynn County. I, A. < >. ro\vn*eid the deputy clerk of the super ior court of said county, do hereby certify that the above is a true and correct pv of the original petition for incorpoi aliou died in the office of theelerkof suporior court <*f Glynu county Georgia on the 24 day ol May Witboi*K my hand and official Heal, this May 24th lftJl. A. O. TOWNSEND, I eputv Clerk Superior Court, Glynn County Georgia. ii KtK(. I A.—Glynn County. To all whom it may concern: L Goldsmith having in proper form applied ti me for permanent letters f Administration on the’estate of (ioorge L. Pitcher late of said county, this is to cite all and singular the cred itors an I noxt of kin of George I‘itcher to be iird appear at my office within the time al lowed by law on the first Monday in July next and show • iuso if any they can why perman ent administration should not be grunted to ! . Goldsmith ou (ico 1.. Pitcher's estate. Witness my hand and official signature this 4th day of June, l‘.:©l HO It A E DAIiT Ortiiufti v, Glynn county, Georgia. ADMINISTRATORS SALK. STATIC i )F UK' l ltd I A—County of Chatham. IJimer and by \ ii'ture ol an order of the Couri "t Ordinaryot' said county of Clixthaie, grant ed on the tliird day of Jiui-i A. D. lull, there will beaold at public outerv before the court hruec door el said conntv of cliathmn, ou the first Tuesday In July A !>. I'.Xil ' between the usual hours ot sale, the following a escribe. I i cal estate situated iu the city of tlruoewiok. Oouniy of Olynu and State of Georgia, to-wlt: VP'boso four lots of land hoewn on a plan of ea.id ctly lUado by (Icorge R. lta'<lw|n iu the year is;:;, as New bam lots numt.ere. twenty thrc' hundred ami eightv-niae, tw. uly-three humhetl iiiiii oliioiy. twenty three liminfetl and ii’iiioy one an t twentydnree hiindiTil amt liimty :we Terms cash, purchaser paying for lit lei mid Miiereal i venue stamps. This .1 uuc ;i A. D. Us> 1 Maukicu K Roiiinson, Administrator of butisoin Riiyhonrne. \ Now! P \ Fill the bottle* with HIRES. J & Drink it now. Kvory glass- / \ ful contrlbutt's to good / \ health. PurlUofl / \ Ilia blood, clears / \ the complexion, § \ makes rony / \ cheeks. Make / \ it at home. / „ L , ft psllons Y / Charlei 25 ivnta. M E. Hires Dealers, Company, "rite for £ -riJj Malvern, tig offer. P*. [tiim l Rootbeer | SCHKDC I.K OF STF.AMKU HKSSIK. Steamer llcesic for Brunswick ami st. Simou pier, luelb ot May 20. l.v RvunVwlok S 30 am Lv, l'nm*\v ok .10 :tt> am Lv Brunswick ..... 5 30 pm \r. St. Simou Mills .. ft 30 pm Lv St Simon Mills ...?TT.. rt 00 am St. Simon Pm* .... 0 :10 am i \ st. Simou Her . 1 30 pm Lv Simon lMer 5 30 pm st smay; l 'live Brunswick 10:00 a m . —2;U p iu 1 v St si mull n ... 11:00 am Merchants wantiug rioo would do well to call on The Downing Cos. BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL. JUNE 26 1901 lUJBUCSHOOI, TKACIIEBS’ EX AMI NATION. It v ord. r if th* 1 B'ml - fE uatior, of Giyun mm my, l wdlbnlilsn txami nation i f anp! cani fur tpaobers’ lies n te at tin* Htrtet ichool on Saturday, July (i 1901, h-ginni g at 8 o’clock a, ni. 't h* -nhjeo s wil! ir elil le the o> dinar} Kng i,h hn.ioies. anil a apodal • xaininaiinn in I.ftii', Al gebra, Oaoinetery ami English Liters" tore. There are two vacancies in the oity retinol O, J. O r. Secretary, Hoard of Kduoa ion TO STATION Cur r Is Guaranteed r THE 1 HARDEST WORKERS Have spells of “tired feeling” now and then. This feeling is caused by some derangement in the stomach, liver kidneys or bowels, and must be removed before the natural vigor and buoyancy of spirits can be restored. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS quicKiy corrects the dis turbance, purifies the bowels, helps digestion and sends the blood tingling through the veins, carrying life and renewed energy throughout the system. 80LD BY DRUGGISTS. L PRICE, $l.OO. i W, J. Butts, DIVIDEND NOTICE NO. 12. Brunsvricir, Ga., June 13, 1901. The directors of The Brunewiok Hank Sc Trust company btve this day declared H dividend of ti ree dollars per share on its cepital s'oek, pajable from the net earnings of said bank from January ti'St to July lire*,l9o!, Tran?f rioiks closed June 20lb, 1901. Hoyt W. Gale, Cashier. NOTICE OF DIVIDEND NO 10 Tr.e National Binx of Brunswick. 0t of the earoiigsof Ihe current six months, the Board of Directors of the National Btnk tf Brunswick has t lit day declared a divideni of three per cent., ($3 per share.) payable ou and after July Is*, 1901, to sbarehold srs appearing of record at close of busi ness Ju -e 29th. K, D, Walter, Csshltr. Brunswick, Ga., June 19, 1901. eok sale cheat I have jna boituhl the entire lot of furnl u e firm tn C uir.l hotel, con s.etlnjt of bureau-, wash * nods, le - steads, spring-, c Con and moss mat resaer, one solid walnut idr board, on. dark oak sh ffune r, will .e l a r. her ffain. J. W. Wa ktos, 208 B,yst e-t NOTICE, On hfciuntct if Ifie snivel of !h Plant S stem >a n. the rtesnier Hessle will leave *0 rt. BiiOu on Sunday momii ?* as lOo’cl ok, m ms I mil mi on every bush nor are they found in every store. Gan be had here however, at little cost. Our goods have won the approval of all discrimi nating purchasers E v ery thing offered is fresh and good, nothing has a chance to deteriorate because goods move in and out quickly. Lithia Waters We have handled quite a large quantity during the last year. Now have ar rangements to supply any of the well known brands in small or large qnadtities. Delivered or F. O. B, at springs. lifflf (!► £%,I.W.HARPER K// KENTUCKY Mfe WHISKEY For Fate by T. NEWMAN. L rg- f,t ne< kero!, 2 for 26a. A. V. Jtffere. 219 Newcai'ie g’rect. CASTOR IA Tlio Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been iu uso for over 30 years, has borne the signature of— and bus been made under his per /7 I y sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good” are but Experiments that trilie 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 Narsotio substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroy* Worm# and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colie. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tha Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children’s Panacea—Tlia Mother’s Friend. CENUiftg CASTORIA ALWAYS The KM You Have Always Bough! * In Use For Over 30 Years. THE CENTAUR COMPANY. 7T MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY. Rheumatism fe. Rheumatism is due to an excess of acid in the IWIII blood. When tliis escapes through the pores of the jfj Bw'lkJjjJlJ skin, as it often does, it produces some form of skin [[ j/T J* ~~~~ eruption—-some itching disease like Eczema or \TfcggA v 3J Tetter— hut when these little tuhes or sweat glands V are suddenly closed by exposure to cold and sudden /gj j, .VI chilling of the body, then the poisons thrown oil by 3 Ijjil. the blood, finding no outlet, settle in membranes, .t@*-*‘ muscles, tissues and nerves. These parts become greatly inflamed, feverish and hot; dagger-like, maddening pains follow in quick succession, the muscles become extremely tender, the nerves break down and the sufferer is soon reduced to a state of helplessness and misery. This acid poison penetrates the joints and seems to dry out the natural oils, and the legs, arms and fingers become so stiff and sora that every movement is attended with excruciating pains. Liniments, plasters, electricity and baths, while their use may give temporary ease, cannot be called cures, for the disease returns with every change of the weather. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism by "Three year* ago 1 had a severe attack of working a complete change in la grippe, whiei left me almost a physical the blood ; the acids are neutral wreck. To add to my wretched condition, a j ze .i the circulation T.nrifierl severe form of Rheumatism developed. I L'fu i Vfu Fa fe tried ail the physicians in our city, but none . r ‘, ’ healthy blood that IS of them could do mo any permanent good. I earned to the irritated, aching used all the rheumatic cures I could hear of, muscles and joints, soothes and but received no benefit. After beginning S. O. heals them. S. S. S. cures Rheu- S. I was relieved of the pains and have gained matism even when inherited or in flesh and strength and my general health brought on by the excessive use is better than for years. A consider S. S. S. Jrt __ J X • . the grandest blood medicine in the world, ?* mercury. Opium, in some and heartily recommend it to any one seek- orn b 13 ...e basis of nearly all ing relief from the tortures of Rheumatism, so-called Rheumatic Cures, B. I’. GREGORY, Union, S. 0.” which deaden the pain but do , ~ , not touch the disease and lead to ruinous habits. Alkalies and the potash and mineral remedies so often pre served, affect the tender lining of the stomach and weaken the digestion, itna adding another burden to the already weak and impoverished blood. S. S. S. con tains no mineral or dangerous drug of any kind, but is a simple, vegetable remedy and the most perfect blood purifier known. Send for our book on Rheu matism aud write our physicians if you wish any information or advice. We would be glad to mail you a book free; we charge nothiug whatever for medical advice. __ TUB SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, OA. Skin affections will readily disappear by using Dewitt’s witch Hazel Sal ve, look out counterfeits. If you get Dewitt's you wil get good iv-sults It is the quick and positive cure for piles, w. J. Butt - s Dyspepsia €ure Digests what you ©at- Itartlflcially digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening aud recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans. It is the latestdiscovereddigest* ant aud tonic. No other prepuratioc can approach it in efficiency. It in stantly relievesaud permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn. Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick Headache. Gastralgia Cramps and allother results of imperfect digestion. Priccsoc. and sl. LargesUscontalns3(4 times smallsl>e. Uookali aboutdy-pepsia imiiledfres Pr,pnr-d bv F C OoW'Tt . cc . cblcaso, W. J. BUXIS Summer Law School UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. R2d Summer. July 2to B*pt. 1, liHlI. Espociall; helpful to beginners: to cftndidntpa for admtßsioT to. the bar; ami to practitioners who have lacked nyw teiuatic iuHtruction. For oatahiKUo addrnae UALLIGII t\ MINOR, S&Vy, Churlottcavllle, Vo W.J, BUTTS wi >oaa the many bsautifal models in oa flsspisy ofj _TRIMMED HATS (.use asovrtiin theprioa. It will oele than you th ok >,h bat ia worth. Oa ai'.Hiners got the inipiration from ex ponaive French nodele, hut tbe mtta ial and workuianship are Amarioa i heretore much oh -a par, but none t at ess good and artiatio MISS KATE SLATE' iOA tiLOFC KBTKR ST..