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Istabllsbsd 18*9. The Bronswicl ChII. JCtiHbiimhei 1891. Tile Brnnswick Times-laii, CONSOLIDATED 11*00, hUiibtd ■ IVABTJ BYR. A. MULLINS, LESSEE. The Tlinea CaJ] will be delivered by oarrler oi mail pa. roar, $6 00; per week U oeoM. Cor reepoodent* o* live subjects solicited. Real name of writer should aocompnny same. Sub scriptions payable 'n advance. Failure to re ceive pA|>er aboii M be reported to the bualneM office Addran* all communications to. THE riMUS-CALIa Urnniwlch,ea. TO 8TJBS0RIBBR8: •abeorlbera are roquet ted to notify the oflloc ttkaa they fall to get any issue of the Ttmei- OalL Attention to this matter will be appi e • 'ted by the publiebcre. THE BOUTHERN’B STRIKE. The Timet.CaU it in rucelptof a very interesting pamphlet insane! by Mr. Samuel Spencer, president o' theHou'h ern Hallway, which throw* new light c n the troubles growing ont of the re cent strike of Southern Railway in a chiniitn at Charleston, 8 C. This pamphlet contain* the full text of some correspondence which oaased between the repriscuta ires of various commer cial bodies at Cbarlecton and Mr. Span oer on the subject. On July 11 th, a joint committee, composed of Mr. W. H. Welch, p-eeident Young Men’s Husuveso I.ssgiK; Mr. T. K. McGahan, president Charleston Chamber of Com meroe, and Mr. W. B. Wilson, presi dent Merchants’ Exchange, in behalf of the business interest of the commu nity, mads an anneal to President ripenre-, urgently ri questing that he arrange for a oonferei ce with ac m millse of ilia iiim linnets in the hope that an amicable adjustment of the troubles might be rescind. In replying to this communication, Mr. Spencer Ukes occasion to briefly review the situation, and presents to the committee the facts and circum stances leading up to the strike. The trouble dales hack to M ty 27th, when a committee ol mtcbinluta, then In the employ of the company at various abopa, mol the general manager at his office in Washington and presented a type written petition asking that the werkiug hours in shops be mails nine huurs por day with ten hours’ pay; tha r oertain rubs in respeot to over-time be adopted; that a ptescrlbed limit be placed upon the number of apprentices em ployed, and that other specified rules and regu’a'ious with regard to the ope ration of the shopb be put iu force by thecimiiauy. Many ol these provisions were such tt at the company oonld not reasonably accede to, and the general manager explained at length the rea sons why this petition as presented could not be granted. It developed, however, in the course of a general dieenssion, extending over two hours, that the petition bad not hern drawn by employees *f the company; it was drawn by oatstde parties representing the International Association of Ma chinists, an organization which at tbal time win ordering striked all over the country asn nit-aus of enforcing demands substantially the same aa those made by the Southern Railway machinists, This petition was submitted as an alliuiainm, the employers avowing, in presenting it, that they had no “authority” to act outside of its terms. In the opinion of the railway comp mv, this made a clear cut Issue as to whether tho ta'es of pay aud hours of work; the number of em ployee of a certain class to be employed, and other rales and regulations for the company's shops, should be dletated by an outside party, or should the company control Its own basiness In these ro epecte. Of course, from the point of view of the railway company, there cjuul be but one answer to these ques tions. While ready and willing at nil times to meet its employees in a lull and •fair discussion of any question which •might arise between them, the company •oould not accept for the conduct of its business in any department, rules and regulations arbitrarily laid down by any cue. After the close of the confer ence, the proceedings of the meetm?, which had been reported stenograpbio allv, were printed In pamphlet form and distributed among the employees at all shops, in order that they might be fatly acquainted wiib what had trans pired. A notice was posted at all shops. utglDg the shop men to avoid any hasty action, and assuring them that if, after reading the proceedings of the meeting, they considered another conference neoessaiy, oue would be arranged for. This advioe was disregarded, and on May 30 b, a general strike was ordered. The company desiring still to befriend its employees and proteot them against the unfortunate conarqucncos of the bad advice they were following, issued notices, dated May 31st and June Ist, wbioh were posted at all ol tbc shops, can’ ioning the men against the unwisdom of their oours-, and allowing thorn to return to work without preju dice on Monday morning. July 3rd, but at the same time cautioning them that if they failed io do so, they could no longr he tegsrded as employees of the company, and their places would be filled. This advice and caution was also disregarded, and, doubtless, miaunder. stood and misconstrued by many. At the time that mat’er was brought to the attention of President Spaticor by the Chamber of Commerce and Young Men’s Business League ot Oharlesti n, the plaoes of over 70 par evt, of chose t* ho ha ! tbu* voluntarily loft the service, had been filled. The men who had t ken these piece*, were then regular emp’oyees of the corneatn , and oiitit'cd, in good faith, to the same coiieldcn inn accorded all other em ployees, or preference in continuance of sei vice, as long as they so desired, and so long tstholr services wore i-atisfao tory It whs pointed <ut ny Mr, Bpm. osrihsttt w utd ho u"f iir snd unwi-e for l he company to consider any propo sition which involved the di* p'acemem • 1 these ninu who had vidiin'H*dly en tered the service, aud who d*.sired to remain, in favor of o hi;rs who had lef the survioe for reasons which were apparently sa'isfac’ory to them. Thu** the matter stood. T.. 0 shops we e run niug pr.'Otloally on full tune, and they lisd no need for sddi ional men, s*> that the reinstatement of those who had left the service was impracticable. HOW’HTrilsr We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHEN KY * CO. Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years aud believe him perfectly honorable in ail business transactions, nod finan cially able to ourry out any obligations made by their firm. West A Truax, wholesale druggists. Toldo, O. Walding, h uman & Marvin, wholesale druggists, Toledo, O. Uali’s Catarrh Cure is taken later ally, aoting directly upon the Mood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 760,pe bottle. Sold by all druggists. Hall’s Family Pills ro tba beat Uijfi you taken cut your Tornado Insurance yelfrif not ring up Montgom ery and Goodvcsr, Phone I t 3. Don’t lock the barn aderthe herse is stolen. Take out your Tornado insur ance now. Phone 134 3. Montgomery and Goodyear. Gall on Jloyt Bi*s., for lowest prices on plumbing. Wo use only first-class mate rial and do our own work, so therefore we can guarantee all our work. We make a specialty of repair work. Give us a trial and be con vinced. Don’t forget the place—2o7 Grant street. WANTED—Furnished and unfurnish ed rooms. Hare tenants ready to oc cupy immediately. .Address B. n. Daniels. NOTICE. To my frlsnds and patrons: From this date Mr. Phil. Keller will manage the Arcade forme, and 1 thank the public for their kind patronage and ask a onntinuance for same. B. Hirsoh wanted options. We want t’o days options on large quantities of land in and around Brunswick, Glynn county, Da- Apply with full particulars to “C,” Times-Call office. Millions USE TT7TILLIONS of Women\jse CUTICURA SOAP,' IVI assisted by Cuticura Ointment, for preserving, purifying, and beautifying the skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales, and dandruff, and the stopping of falling hair, for softening, whitening, and soothing red, rough, and sore hands, for baby rashes, itchings, and chafings, in the form of baths for annoying irritations and inflammations, or too free or offensive perspiration, in the form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses, and many sanative, antiseptic purposes which readily suggest them selves to women and mothers, and for all the purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery. No amount of persuasion can induce those who have once used these great skin purifiers and beautifiers to use any others. CUTICURA SOAP combines delicate emollient properties derived from CUTICURA, the great skin cure, with the purest of cleansing ingredients and the most refreshing of flower odours. No other medicated soap ever compounded is to be compared with it for preserving, purifying, and beauti- ! tying the skin, scalp, hair, and hands. No other foreign' or domestic toilet soap, however expensive, is to be com pared with it for all the purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery. Thus it combines in ONE SOAP at ONE PRICE, the BEST skin and complexion soap, and the BEST toilet and baby soap in the world. Complete External and Internal Treatment for every humour. *** • Consisting of Cctioura Soap, to cleanse the skin of crusts and Ml if scales ami softeu the thickened cuticle; Cuticura Oentment, to Mil ■ llilil MW instantly allay itching, inflammation, and irritation, and soothe and heal; and Cuticura Resolvent, to cool and cleanse the TU C CCY Mood. A Sinule Set is often sufficient to cure the most tortu* 1 ” , V „ \ n K> disfiguring, itching, l anting, and scaly skin, scalp, and blood humours, with losfl of lmir, when all else falls. Sold throughout the world. British Depot: F. Nvwbeky & Sons, 27 and 28, Charterhouse Sq., London, E. C. Totter Dklo 4jii> Chemical Corporation, Sole l’rops., Boston, U. S. A. Poisoned by Adsorption a nnu n a jU' Through the pores of the sldn many poisons are ” 1 "sOWlI Kf 00s\f absorbed into the blood, deranging the circulation n <i| .'<■ aw S|#ir and affecting the constitution as quickly and "t/lo l/lv * w * f seriously os those generated within the system. Just na my nm,; o> l~rf* AM under the skin are innumerable halr-like blood O mm %mrwp vessels, and connecting these with the skip 0 BT Aft /tun are millions of small tubes or glands, through *HO "DflitlSsl which the poison is conveyed to the blood sys- OfifCntfriilP FV't* tem. During the spring and summer, while si as, Km 0 *om tJhe skin is most active and the pores well open, we are much more liable to be affected by Poison Oak and Ivy and other dangerous plants. Workers in brass, copper, lead and zinc have their health im paired an i the blood supply poisoned through the absorption of fine particles of these met its and the acidfe used in polishing and cleaning them. Inhaling the fiunesof lerd give painters thatpalliu, waxy appearanceof the skin. Barber’s Itch is another disease that reaches uie blood through the skin, and is a most obstinate one when it becomes firmly fixed in the system. After the pofcon has reached the blood and bean disseminated throughout the system it is too late to resort to local applications. In many cases the blood Is affected simultaneously with the appear ance of the rath Or eruption on the skin, and aM efforts should be directed to the purification and building up of the blood. Ugly eruptions and sores will continue to break out iu spite of salves, washes, soaps or other external treatment. S. S. S. is especially recommended for poisons of this character. So com pletely does it destroy the effects of the Oak and Ivy that there is no possibility of its reappearance, and It is equally as efficacious in brass or lead poisoning or Bay. bar’s Itch ; building up and purifying the blood and driving out of the circulation impurities of every kind, and removing every blemish, sore or eruption from the skMj. There is no substitute for S. S. S.; it is the only purely vegetable blood purifier kuoiwij, and the safest and best in all constitutional or blood diseases. Our Medical Consultation Department.—lf you desire any special Information or advice about your case, write our physicians, explaining your condition, and they will carefully consider what you have to say sqbk and you will receive a prompt reply. Our phyw ruins have in idea study of blood and skin diseases, ■BkJ/w vaßw. v and you can have the benefit of their experience and skill without any cost to you whatever. Don’t jfcv" L hesitate to write fully about yourself, aaMothing you say goes beyond our office. We hs ve a very interesting book on Blood ami Skin Diseases, which we will be glad to mail fret, THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA, QA, HALF RATES TO CHATTANOOGA, TKNN. Acoonnt Twelfth Annual Convention, National Association of Letter Carriere. Chattanooga, l’enn., September 2-7, HOI, Southern Railway will sell round trip tickets to Chattanooga, Tenn., and return, from all stations on iines at rate of one tlrst-oiaes fare for the round trip. Dates of sale August 31st, September jst and 2nd, good to return until Sep tember Jflth, 1901. For detailed information as to rates, schedules and arraugement*, call on or address any agent of the S lutbern Railway or connections. S, H. Hardwick, G. P A,, Washington, D. 0., W, n. Taylbe. A- G. P. A., Atlanta, Ga , Brooks Morgan, D P, A., Atlanta, Ga., James Freeman, T. P. A., Msoon, Ga. It will pay to buy Summer Dress Goods at the removal sale at Heller’s, and put it op for neat season. BRUNSWICK TIMES-OALL. SUNDAY, AUGUST 25 1901 DT t AHTATION fW Chin Cur* ~ Is Guaranteed W.J. BUTTS The Ladies Given Control. The management of the Southern Inter-State Fair, to be held in Atlanta this fall, has done a very wise thing in again placing the Department of Woman’s Work in charge of the Geor gia Federation of Women’s Clubs. That organization has managed the depart ment for the past two years with signal tucoesa. Mrs. J. Lindsay Johnson, as president of the Scats Federation, has been untiring in her efforts to stimu late interest among the women of Georgia, and results have proven the efficiency of her work; for never In the history of fairs In Georgia, has the Department of Woman’s Work shown up to such advantage at in th* last two Fairs at Atlanta, and it is safe t* say that the exhibits this fall will surpass all former attempts. The pre miums offered are extremely liberal. Bend yonr name to Secretary T. H. Martin, Atlanta, and get a oopy o i th premium list. Cheap Rates to Norfo Ik. On account of the meeting of the Concatenated Order of Hoo Hoo, Nor folk, Va., Sept. 9 13, 1901, Southern Railway will sell round trip tickets to Nr rfolk. Va,, and return at rate of one first class fare for the round trip trom all stations ou its line. Dates of sale September 7 and 8, final limit Septem ber 15, inclusive. Southern Railway beat line to Norfolk, through sleeping cars, hotel dining oars. For detailed information as to rates, schedules,eto., oall on BDy agent of the Southern Railway. W, H. Tayloe, A. G. P.A, Atlanta, Ga. NOTICE. Tnis Is to notify all owneisor Agents of vacant loir, yards and gardens to cut Ihe weeds and piece same where they can bo removed bf the 'inrun cat’s. Respectfully, N, Emanuel Mayor, Don’t you Think It is about time now to to taka out your Storm Insurance Plenty of bad weather all around us. It may be our turn Dext. Be sure—Don’t be sorry. Nisoiy & Goodyear, General Insurance Agents. Phone 134-3. REDJJCEO R v TES TQ HAN FRAN- CldCO CAL., AND RETURN. Account General C invention Episco pal Church, San Fzni.oisoo, Cl.. Got. 2nd, 1901, Southern Rahway will sell sell round trip tickets tr San Francisco, Cal , and return at rpaoiai reduced rates From Atlanta. S6O; Aid*rson, 8. C., $64.15; Brunswick, Ga•, $6125; Camden, 8. C., Cbarie*too, 8. 0., Charlotte, N. C , Chester, C C,. Colom bia, 8. 0., Denmark, S, 0., Gastonia, N. 0., Newberry, 8. C , Oraogbnrg, 8. C , Prosperity, 8. C.. R ok Hill, 8. C-. Spartanburg, 8 C., Sumter. s C., $65,25; Fort yalley, Ga, $6170; Gainesville, Ga., $Ol sfl; Griffin, G®-> $61,10; Macon, Ga., $52,25; Savannah Ga , 865 70 Corieiponding low rates from other points. Dates of sale September 18ih to 26th inclusive FiDal limit November 15th, 1901. For detailed Information a- to stop overs, aide trips, variable routes, schedules, reservations, eto , call on or address any agent 0 f t f, e Southern Railway or connection W, H. Tayloe, A. G. P. A., Atlanta, G& , Brooks Morgan, D, P. A., Atlanta, Ga., R. W. Hunt, D. P. A.. Charleston, S. C. PLANT SYSTEM SCHEDULE. To take effeot 12:01 a. m. Sunday May 2(1, 1901. Leave Brnnswick 5 :fi(J a. in. and 2 :50 p. ta. Arrive Brunswick 9:50 a. in. and 1.30 p. in. 9 oo Drops] ; ” ' AVegefable Preparaiionfor As similating Hie Food andfiegula ' ling the Stomachs and Bowels of Infants/Chiloken Promotes Digcstion.Cheerful ness and Rest. Contains neither Opium,Morphine nor Mineral, Not 7*l arc otic. Jhepe of Old. JDr SAMUEL PITCHER PimyjJun Seal' \ Jlx.Senna * ) JRoihrUf Salto— I siftlst Seed t h&jtrminl - ) Bi CeatonatfSoJa * fKnpSesd— I Ctanfwt' -Hoar maty/*** Flavor / Aperferl Remedy for Conslipa- Tion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of G&M 1 . NEW’YORK. A I i f o,| I lis >ld ' '• , CENTS EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. Tie Ballistagll 0 only when a dash of nice toilet water is added. Select this from our fine assortment, the quality will please Anv of these are delightfully ■refreshing and give just the right touch of perfume. May Belle, crushed roses, violets, etc , and other toilet articles such as brushee, sponges, soaps, powders, ect., ate here at the smallest prices consis tant with quality. Penn’s m m They eat it and it cremates them. Special sale for one week at 10c per can. Smith’s Pliaraacy. Cash Druggist, ’Bhone 222- FOR BALE CHEAP. Four bouses and lots. One 9 room house, one five room house, two three roomhouses All for SSOO C, L. Parker. SCHEDULE OF STEAMEK HESSIE. Steamer Hessie for Brunswick and St. Simon pier. In effect May 2it. Lv. Brunswick 8 so am It, Brunswick 10 SO am Lv* Brunswick 5 30 pm Ar. St. Simon Mills K 30 |im Lv St. Simon Mills H 00 am Lv St. Simon Pie** ti 30 nm Lv St. Simon Pier 1 30 pm Ly. St. Sluioi* P'"~ 5 30 pip ’.i'Noay; Leave JirnnswLk ,0:00 a’m “ ** 1 ‘2;30 p ra Lv. St. Sim*- n:00 am “ " t- oiopp'm OASTORIA For Infants and Children. 'The Kind You Have I Always Bought i Bears the / \ Signature //Jy Ili Jr * n H se |va For Over 1 Thirty Years IC ASTORIA THE OCNTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY* HR I kim SK from the many beautiful model? in on , display of j TRIMMED HATS then ascertain the price. It will betas* than you think the hat is worth. O® milliners got the inspiration from ex pensive French models, but the mate rial and workmanship are Amerioan ‘hereiore much cheaper, tut none tha ess good and artistic iISS KATE SLATER so* aioDcrsTiß st.. Skin affections will readily disappear by using Dewitt’s witoh Hazel Salve, look out counterfeits. If you get D witt’s you wll get eood results. It is the quiok and positive cure for piles, w. J, Butt's ——r^s Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. It artificially digests the food and aid! Nature in strengthening and recoo* structing the exhausted dlgostivcor gans. It is the latest discovered digest* ant and tonic. Np other preparation can approach It in efficiency. It In stantly relievesand permanently cure# Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea. Sick Headache, Gnstralgia Ciampsand all other results of imperfect digestion. PrlceMc. endl!. Large sire contains S% time# small site. Book a) i about dyspepsia mailed free ®reonr*d bv f ~ o*witt <. CO.. Cbieege. W. J. BUTTS Warm spring days produce a feel goip drowsiness if the body is loaded the impurities of winter diet. Cleans? the blood, liver and bowels with Priokly Ash Bitters. It creates energy and cheerful ness. W. J, Butt’*.