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The Brunswick Times.
ItmblUhed 1119- The Brunswick Call. established 18M. Tile Brunswick Times-Call, UONSOI.n>ATKD WOO. published Q9YKBTIMOHNINW FJtOKIT IMONDAT. BYR. A. MULLINS, LESSEE. The Tlmes-Csdl will be delivered b cerrlor or m*ll per peer, 15-Od; per week 15 cenU. Cor respoadenta oe Uve subjects solicited. Ke -' ueme Of writer should eocomp&ur same. Sub scription! pnyeblo in edrsuce. Failure to re ceive paper should be reported to the buslntu, oSoo. Address all communications to. THK TIMKS-UALL, Brouiwlok, Ha. TO SUBSOKIBSBS: •abeerlbere are reijucated to notify the or#or When they fall to get any Inane of the Tlmsa- OhU. Attention to this maltor will be apo •- tlAled by the publisher!. Ode thing certain, Georgia will eh eta governor next yotr. it i said that Former Treasui6 r t jiaer will oppose Trtasuier Perk in the coming election. Brunswick will pay Suyannati s friendly visit over the Brunswick & Birmingham railroad today. The Albany Herald thlrkt that somebody will have to get out of roiae body clo’e way if south Georgia wentu to ntuie Governor OaDdler’s euccessor. The Atlanta Coue llu ion,l be Atlanta News, Mr. Turner and Col. iCttill arc all mixed up In a dispute over the con ference held at Quiinian some verba ago between Mr. Turner aml Col. Bstill. “The Sosiety for the Suppression of Spurious Titles ” |ust organized io Su'- folk, Va., will doubtless find the supply of material to workou groa'er than the supply of materiel to work with, for obvious reasons. The philosophy of Mr. I.awson’s ex pressed purpose to bresk op the I <lJ— psudenee unites he is able to bring about one or more races prior to September It bss'justlfination in the precedent estab lished by tbe man who bit off bis ness to spite his face. Since the French count loft a consid erable fortune to stimulate the growth of big Frenchmou, by na'ural selection, giants are emerging from their lairs. From the south of Franoe has come a man 23 years old, 9 feet 3 inches tail and still growing. Weighs 445 pounds, measures 98 Indies around the chest, and he is to marry an English girl 8 feel 6 inches high. Vive la France! Vive l'Ang'oterre! MR EVANS JOINS THE CHORUS. "Bob” Evans got bis last week. It was tbe same old story tba is making a eeotion of tbe navy a vaude ville show. First begot to thinking. AH about him were naval officers with large hammers, “knocking” the rtputa’iou* of other iflicere. It was an aavilchorus, and the ten ptationa to join in was powerful. There aeemed to be a voice missing— a vacancy oorstruoted espo dally for “Fighting Bob.” Bo he joined the ohorue and jumped all over the Hon. William E, Chandler, President of tbe Spanish Treaty Claims ConmiUrlon Asa job of traducing it was fully up to the Samyeon-Crownin shield standard. It contained upptro de and undercuts, iusboote and clinobee. Beoretary Long didn’t like It. He is tired cf this side-show businese. So are the peop e. Mr. Long dipped his pen id vitriol, and. with the assistance of his acting secretary, rebuked the rear admiral In u manner that should content him fer a while. It’a a nasty mess. It and other occasions ot the kind prove that heroes are made of very ordinary mud, and that the man who knows bow to fight often doesn’t know enough to keep his mouth shut. WheD the oext war comes why not issue a general order that the man. officer or otherwise, who talks shall he reduced one number fer the first offense. 10 for the seoond and 100 for each and every subsequent "break.” One week of that woald ir ake cabin boys cl sumo rear admirals. Or they could be made to wear mo* zea. It may oorne to that. Muzzles for men who biacxen ihe reputatioas of other man! There Is a field for invention. “Mad m strong and dutible, suitable for heavy service or parlor use.” The government should put in a hurry order, or there won’t be any brave men left For Hobson has broken 1 >ose again. The pie.ions that are raging in tue manly breast of t e tea drinking Bump. s>n can’t be bottled up much longer, and there are others to hear from. Get muzz’es by all means, fora tirod di-guaicd and arnnz and people eie crying for peace, SHIPPING ItBPOKT Uerrsotsd i)ily by tiapt. Otto vohajaseeo Port of August 1(1,1601 ARRIVED Steamer Geo W. Clyde, Staples, Boston. SAILED. Steamer Colorado, Avery, New York. Grape jubilee is d* licious at Butts’ fountain, HOW’S Tmsr We offer One iliuilrt'J Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that oah not be cured by Uwli’s Gatarro Cure J. CHENBY & GO. Toledo, O. Wo, fh# undersigned, bavo ki'uwu F, J. Oheuoy for the last fifteen y-tarr and believe him perfeoilv honorable Hi all business transactions, and flnnn oiaiiy able to carry out any obligation i made l.jr their firm. West A Truex, wholesale druggitr.i, Toldo, O. W ildii.g cinnsn obMarvin, v.hoiei ele druggists, Toledo, O. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken inter ally, anting directly upon the blood and mnoons surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free. I'rior "So., pi r bottle. Bold by it!! drugglntt, Hull’s Family Pills Mis best. f A Great Livestock Show. The livestock department- of. the Southern Inter-State Fuir lias always been a prominent feature. The exhibits of livestock at the Fair of 1899 were far ahead of any prerions shew held in the South, and the exhibits last year ware quite equal to any in tlio United States; Indeed, thero was only oils Fair mat made as good a showing lust year—that Was the great Illinois State Fair, held at Springfield. The euocess of the livestock show M Atlanta has been attained through the Influence of extremely liberal premiums. Meet at the stock shown comes from the North aad West, nnd large premiums have beoa necessary to induce exhibit ors to bring their stook such a great dis tanoo. The Fair Management has determined to offer even larger premiums for stook to be shown this fall, therefore, it is safe to presume that exhibits will be cor respondingly larger. Special classes have been opened for livestock owned pi Georgia, South Carolina and Ala bama. Tkir hue been dune for the rea son that Southern breeding interests are hardly ready at this time to compete- With Northern and Western herds that sepreseut many yours oi direful breed ing, but stoolt owned in the states namsd is also eligible for entry in the claeees open to the world, heuoe South ern breeders may compete ior two sots af premiums with the same oattle. , The premium list for the livestock de- : partmsnt of the Southura 1 Inter-State fair is now ready for distribution, end Secretary T. H. Martin, at Atlanuv Will bs glad to mail a copy on applioas *IOO. 1 *mmm wrfWese— ————— Grape jubilee is delicious at Butts’ fountsin- Uxve ymi taken cut your Tornado j In sura noo yeti’lf not ring upMontgom ery and Goodyear, l’hone 131 Labor Day Notice. This is to notify rbe public that L bar Day, wbiob is Monday. September 2, 1901, will be cbderved in Brunswick by the labor unions. A'l classes of in dustry will be represented in the line of mareb, There will be 11 >ats repre senting all kinds of labor. Visiting lodges will be id attendance. There will be all kinds of amusements at the fair grounds. It >duced rates has bcei securtd from all railroads. Merchants oao have their fl >ats iu !h line of march free of charge. Procession will form in front of the Oglethorpe hotel at 9 .30 a. m. The commute.s will spare no pains in maxing this one of the grandest dßys in the history of Brunswick. For further information address, T. A. Carter, Geo. Manager. Million & mu, (Successors to Thos. O’Counortfc Cos.) Fire, Tornado and Accident INSURANCE. Representing only best companies, Prompt, courteous and faithful attention to business A share of your patronage solicited. The School Girl School days are danger days for American girls. Often physical collapse follows, and it takes years to re* cover the lost vitality. Sometimes it is never recovered. Perhaps she is not over-careful about keeping her feet dry; through carelessness in this respect the monthly sick ness is usually rendered very severe. Then begin ailments which should be removed at once, or they will produce constant suffering. Headache, faint ness, slight vertigo, pains in the back and loins, irregularity, loss of sleep and appetite, a tendency to avoid the society of others are symptoms all indicating that woman’s arch-enemy is at hand. This need not be so if mothers would have a thought for the physical condition of their daughters, and see to it that they have proper assistance. $ Lvdia E. I’inkham’s Vegetable Compound has helped ir any a young girl over this critical period. With it they have gone through their trials with courage and safety. With its proper use the young girl is safe from the peculiar dangers of school years and prepared for hearty womanhood, Mrs. Camp writes about her Daughter’s Health. “ Drau Mrs. Pinkham :—I write to tell you about my daughter. She is nineteen yearn old and in flowing all the time, and has boen for about three monthh. The doctor does her very little good, if any. I thought I would have her try Lydia E. Plnkham’s Vegetable Corn— j- ; pound, but I want your advice before she begins its use. I have become very much alarmed about her, an she is getting weak. lam no anxious for her to K et well.”— Mrs. Mahlda A. Camp, Manchester W? _ W Mill, Macon, Ga. Here is Her Second Letter. H V Dear Mrs. Pinktiam :—lt gives me great plea \ --go— J sure to tell you of the benefit my daughter has .vA received from Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vejre tal>le Compound. She was in a very Tow state; the doctor did her no good. After begin. *hi ning the use of your medicine Bhe began to mend, ! tAftsTvra.CAMP) and is now able to be at her work. I feel very ... ... I thankful to you, and expect always to keep your Vegetable Compound in my house. It in the best medicine I ever knew. You have my permission to publish this letter, if you wish. It may be the means of doing others good.”— Mrs. Matilda A. Camp, Manchester Mill, Macon, Ga. , XI. nssn gib XU. xa m set |S| Mpa aw Owing to the fact that some skeptical flj n U jgjß 5* r Peg people have from time to time questioned mIV PL* w* ®(S H 5 Mg gjf|l fW the genuineness of the testimonial letters M 11 1 we are constantly publishing, we have B S II I H I deposited with the National City Bank, of Lynn, Mass., s3toa st J M H m I which will be paid to any person who will show that the above & Hi 0 ftjl testimonial is not genuine, or was published before obtaining the Vbf StigP writer’s special permission.—Lydia IS. PINKHAM Medicinb Cos. WINE OF CARDUI A L TTLE rt.-AIJ DOES MUCH. JKU, Boons, lowa, Deo. 14. >fl j>f No tongue can toll what I have endured 7 / /// In tho past ton years with my monthly sick* t ‘I ness. While Buffering untold agony, a \YS\/ /// friend called and recommended Wine of J I It//' Cardui. 1 sent for a bottle, and Ohl what J / lAi relief. After tho first dose I began to feel fL ' - 1 f Jyk bettor and have had no pain since. Jy ///1 MKB. UIIAOH LAMPHEKB. J' bWTord" 1 Wine of Cardui not only cum but It acts AT ONCE. Here Is a case often years’ standing, and yet one single dose made the sufferer feel better, and stooped the pain. The Wine goes straight to the seat of the trouble. It acts directly upon the menstrual and genital organs. Its action is not violent, and it does not force a result, it simply gives Nature that little assistance that the sufferer’s system lacks. A single disorder in the feminine organs spreads many disorders all over the body, and when the Wine cures the source, all the other ills vanish as a matter of course. A woman can be her own physician and cure herself at home. Local ex aminatimAgj,- jargeiy things of the o*l*6B requiring special , necessary. Wine of Cardui r. 8, giving symptom!, is the only perfectly safe and sure S&SOTSET- ve e etable Wine made to-day for —1 the cure of “ female troubles Druggists sell Large Bottles for SI.OO. WINE OF CAR DU I (.•all on lloyt Bros., for lowest prices on plumbing, W e use only tirst-elass mate rial and do our own work, so therefore we can guarantee all our work. We make a specialty of repair work, Clive us a trial and be con vinced. Don’t forget the place—2o7 Grant street Grape jubilee is delioious at Butts’ fountain, NOTICE. This Is to notify all owners or agents ot vacant lots, yards and gardens to cut the weeds ard piece fame where they can be removed by the dump carts. Respectfully, N. Emanuel Mayor. Try fruit sherbet, Butts’ fountain* BRUNSWICK TIMES-OALL. SUNDAY, AUGUST 17 1901 DT, A riTATi 0 " frfya Cur 6 Is Guaranteed W.J, BUTTS SHERIFF SALES. STATE OF GEORGIA—County of Glynn : Will le Bold before the court hoti&j door iii Brunswick, Giymi county Georgia, on the first Monday in September next, the same being the third day thereof, between the hour* of JO o’clock a. ni. and 4 o’clock p. jn, ot said date the following de cribed property to-wit: That certain lot, tract or parcel of land situate lying aud bi ing in the county of Glynn aud state of Georgia and ia the city of Brunswick therein, and in that portion of said city known as Now Town, aud being known, uuinbored .and designated** the plan of said city of Bruns wick, made by George R. Baldwin, A. D. 1887 as New Town lot number twenty four hundred and flf i y-seven (54457); said lot b ing nounded an follows to-wit: on the East by v\ u ]f street, on the Sooth by New Town lot numb ;r 2456, on the West by an alley way, and on the NorLh by Nw Town lot numlier 2455. Said property being levied on to satisfy an execution issued from Glynn Superior court in favor of Lewis Mayer, transferee, and against Matt White for the sum of Kighty-four dollars(sß4 00), princi pal; Forty-three dollars aud twenty-eight cents (S4B 28), interest and Ten dollars and twenty-five cents [510.25] court cost. Written notice given the defendant in execution Levy made and returned to me by K. 8. Pyles. Deputy Sheriff. Also at the same time and place, the following described property to-wit,: That certain lot, tract or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the city of Brunswick, county of Glynn and state of Georgia, and known and described on Baldwin- map of said City made In the year 18 57, ns the south-west % of Old Town lot number 47H. Levied on a the oroperiy of G. V. Ponder & w ou uuder and by virtue *f an execution issued by H. J, Read, tax collector, for stale and county tnxeidue for the year 1900; amount of tax SUO3 with in terest and coat. Levy made and returned to me by It. 8. Pyles, deputy sheriff. Also at the aame time and place, the following described probity to wit. That curtain lot. tractor parcel oi land lying,situate and bi ing in the 27th district G. M , county of Glynn and state of Georgia, and known as a part of the •‘Half Mo n tra t,” containing ninety (i : C) acres more oi lees, and being bound ed a-follows: On the North by part of the same tract and lands of J. Llewellyn, on the Eiibt by Little Sutilla river, on the South by Little Satlila river and on the West by lands known as the “Low Tract, ’ Levied on as the property of G. W. Pyles under and by virtue of an execution issued by H. J. Read, tax collec tor. for state and county taxes due for the year 1899 and 11K 0; amount of t <x $?7 32, C. A. Rus sell, transferee, with interest and cost. Levy made and returned to me by R. S. Pyles, deputy sheriff. W.H. BERK IE, Sheriff, Glynn County Ga. STATE OF GEORGIA—Countv of Glynn: Edward A. Putnam, et al. I Equitable petition vs. in Gl>u i Superior Mrs. Viola Johnson. | Court. To nil and singular the legatees, heirs at law, creditors and other persons who may be inter ested in the administration of the estate of A. T. Putnam, lato of said county, deceased, Greeting? Know yc, that in the above entitled action, thiß court has ordered a full and compute accounting of all the acts and doings cu Lite defendant as the executrix of ilio estate of A. T- Pwtna , late of sad comity, dec ased. and this for the purpose of rendering a final deciee respecting said administration; This is theref’rc to cite and admonish you. and e\ery * f you, that on oi before rim an i'day of September, 1901 you do appear in said court aud file such intervention in the premises as you may deem necessary to the assertion of Sour right, or else thereafter you will not be eard except upon payment of costs and bv express leave of the court, upon good causes shown, and that only before a final decree is made therein. Witness, the Honorable Paul E. Serihrook, Judge of the Superior Courts of the Atlantic Judicial Circuit, presiding in place of Hon. Joseph W. Bennet, Judge of said court, dis qualified by reason of interest as a nnrtv. H.F. DIJBIGNON, Clerk, S. C. G. C. Ga STATF OF GEORGIA--County of Glynn Under an order of the court of Ordinary of said county, granted to G. L. Pitcher, former administrator on the estate of Thomas O’Con nor, deceased, declared on May 7th, 1901, said G. L. Pitcher having since died and the under signed being the duly appointed and qualified administrator de bonis non on estate of Thomas O’Connor, deceased, will be sold at pub ic out cry on first Tuesday in September 1901 at the court house door of said county within the legal hours of sale, the following real estate situate in said county as ihe property ot said estate: The Eastern thirty (30) by thirty-two (32) feet of New Town lot number twelve hun dred and forty-two (1242) in ihe New Town of the eftv of Brunswick, according to the map thereof made by George R. Baldwin, in 1887. Terms cash. This 9th dav of August. 1901. J. A. MONTGOMERY. Administrator dc bonis non on the estate of Thomas O'Connor, deceased. NOTICE. AT perrons indebti and to me personal ly or to the late firm of TtiomasO’Con nor & Company are her hr r> quested to call ana settle up without lurther delay. Such aocnuo'B as ere not set. tied by the 20th instant wi!) be placed with an attorney fur ccileotkn. lam closing oat. all my old businrss and must get all outstanding acc >unts col lected in at once. J. A. Montgomery. FORSALE-Nortben e if ■ ' Old Town lot number 130 beiaein U.jU mond and Reyeoids streets, B. H Da niels. FOR SALE CHEAP. Four bouses and lots. One 9 room house, one five ro in house, two three roombuuses All for SSOO 0, L. Parker. WORKING 24 HOURB A DAY. U) t>e is r c rest for three tireless little workers—Dr, King’s New Life Pill,. Mil lions are always busy, curing tor; id liver, jaundice, billiousneee, fever aid ague. They banish sick headache, drive out malaria. Never gripe or weaken. Small, taste nice,work wonders. Try them. 25c. at all druggist. PLANT SYSTEM 8( HEDULE. To take effect 53:01 a. tn. Sunday May 26. Leave Brunswick 5:30 a. m end 2:50 p. m. Arrive Brunswick 9:50 a. m. and 1.30 p. m. iMfjspsj AXfcfje iable Preparalionfor As similating Ike Food c"ndQegula ting the Stomachs andßowels of 1 Nfl?^yttfljL : l)ftgN . Promotes Pigeslion,Cheerful ness and Rest. Contains neither Opium,Morpliine nor Mineral. NotNabcotic. I/ft'pe afOUDrSAKOTCLPITCIEn Jfompkui SettZ' v j4lx. Senna * ) RarhalU Scl/S - I utilise Seed * J+opermLit - } lh CtuiHPuib’Suia * i IHnpScpd - I Ctonfod Sager n&£e;yrf>i'*i Flavor. / A perfect Remedy forConslipa- Hon, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Fai’Simile Signature of xew vrepK. EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. Lem Elixir " as it has been prepared and tried for the past thirty years bv Dr- Hiram Mozley, is today recog nized as the favorite family remedy for regulating the Liver, Stomach, Bowels and Kidneys. It is pleasant to the taste, and does not make you sick, like most of the Cathartic’s now on the market. Constipation, headache, dizziness, bilious ness. bad breath, sour stomach, indigestion, and many other troubles caused from a disordered liver find I’elief at once, Ms Pharmacy. Cash Druggist. HOW HE DOES IT. Why Jim Carter get? s> roach work to do Is because bo hires only tin shed tailors tJ do the work. His men ar& well paid and always give go;;d eervtoe. SCHEDULE OF STEAMER HESBIE. Steamer Hcesie for Brunswick and St. Simon pier. In effect May 2(1. TxV. Brunswick 8 80 am Lv, Brunswick 10 80 am liV‘ Brunswick 5 30 pm Ar. St. Simon Mills 6 30 pm Lv St. Simon Mills 6 00 am Lv St. Simon Pie** 6 30 am Lv St. Simon Pier 1 30 pm Lv- St. Simor P'-y- • 5 30 pm TODAY; Leave Brunswick 10:00 a*m “ “ 2;30 p m Lv. St. Sinv 11:00 am “ *' 0.00 p m Tor Infants and rhildien Ths [Olid You Have Always Bought Bears the r • Signature / Al.y hJr * n Itur se \J For Over Thirty Years 6ASTORIA THE CCNTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CltV. (w i lta#H 'tom the maoy beau'ifal models in on display cfj TRIMMED HATS t :n;> ascertain tbe price. It will be leg] ‘han you think th ■ hat is worth. On miillnora got tbe inspiration from ex pei sive French models, but tbe mat* rial and workmanship are Amerioan therefore much obeaper, but none tk* ess good and artistic 11SS KITE SLATER sc* ei oruj;sTß st.. Skin affections will readily disappear by using Dewitt’s witch Hazel Salve, look out oounterfeits. If you get D itt’s you wtl get good reauits. It is the quick and positive cure for piles, w. J, Butt e Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. It artificially digests the food and aid! Nature in strengthening and rucon* structing the exhausted digestive or* gans. It isthe latestdiscovereddigest* aut and touic. No other preparation can approach St in efficiency. It in stantly reiievesand permanently cure* Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Scur Stomach, Rausea. Sick Headache, (iastralgia Crampsand all other results of imperfect, digestion. Price 50c. jr'i Ji. L ukc-i?e contains ZSi tlme* XCtaU slta. Uot-lt if! alxjntdystiKpsla nmiiedfrau tv f o.v v,TT t r c.. Cfllccgu. W. J. BUTTS Warm spring days produce * frpl golp drowsiness if tho body is loaded with Ihf impurities of winter diet. Cleanse the blood, liver and bowels with Frlokly Asb Ritters. It creates energy and cheerful ness. W. J, Butt’e.