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The Brunswick Times. ■itabiisksd 118. The Brunswick Call. ■stabllsbed lMil The linmswick Times-Gall, CONSOLIDATED 1000, MbUshed EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. BYR. A. MULLINS, LESSEE. The Tlmet-Call will be delivered by earlier or mall per year. $500; per week 1 eente. .Cor roepondents on live subject* solicited. Real name of writer whonld aooontpany same. Bub cci lptlons payable in adranoe. Address all communications to THK TIMBtt-CALL. BraaaWlok.ua. TO SUBSCRIBERS: Subscribers are requested to notify the oMee when they fall to |et any issue of tbs Ttmes- Un.il. attest ton to this matter wUI be apiua clated by the publisher*. HAVE BACHELORS ANY RIGHTS?, Time was, and not ao long since either, when the Anger of aoorn was pointed at the old maid. Or worae perhaps, tbst kind of pity or tolerance which it more to be dreaded than (corn. She was the victim of every ooarse jnster, and at all time* expected to “go way back and alt down.” But pnblio sentiment has chauged vastly within a few years, She Is an old maid no more—a baobolor girl or an "un claimed blessing’’ now, She 1* petted, envied, and ocoupies the canter of the stage. She is tbe twentieth oeotory woman in earnest. Onprohrium Is now oast upon the bachelor, who fa .di ed for years tbs. lie was tha red lord of all creation. The bachelor girl, tbe matron, the bud and all the rest of humanity look upon him as a thing to be despised and avoided as a plague if ho Persists In immunity fiom the marital bans. Recently some question arose in the Virglna legislatu.e wblob occasioned a sharp division of tbe benedicts and bachelors. The unmar ried contingent was bested at every point, and had bee ped upon them eon tuonly sufficient to make even Abdul Hamid oower in affright and sbams. The Virginia bachelor lawmakers Im mediately organized into "-never-naar ry-olub.” Foolish fellows! It was ths signal for the Virgins beauty to begin a campaign which has sadly dsclmatsd the ranks of the organization. Tolls for wedding presents became so heavy that the olub ignominlously disbanded. So it goes. Tbe man who taboos mar riage Is denounced by press, pulpit and society. It this the beginning of the for the bachelor?—Home Tribune THE FIGHT ON MR. GLENN. la reference to (he fight being made on State School Commlesloner Glean, the Atlnuta Journal quotes a promi nent soLonl official as follows: ''The attempt to prejudioe the people of Georgia against the state sobool oom> missioner will fall,” said a prominent aohool oinoial in the aroads last night. "An increasingly large number or peo ple are aware that the commissioner has been the object of mooh political persecution ever since he announced himself opposed to state ooifornuty of text books. He was threatened last year with lose of hia flics if be did aot withdraw bis opposition to this meas ure. Saok of all this war on the com missioner are two or three text book companies, and about a dot on secret agents of these concerns. These com. panics and tbeir aids are spreading abroad many misrepresentations abont the commissioner. They are endeav oring in every way possible to drag into tbetr schemes some good men wbo are expected to ba oatspawa to raka oeriain chestnuts out of the firs—but their plans are doomed tn fall. At the proper time tbe psople will be made acquainted with the facts and the whole •olierne will he exposed.” “ L)o y in thick there was a preaedl teted tohCßss to tnjura the commission •r?" I asked. , ' Undoubtedly there was. and there is still such a scheme. Borne of the sabem ars ware In oonferenoe here to Atlauta last Saturday. They name from several sections of ths state—at whose expanse those who know the purpose of the war on tbe oommlsaionar are at no loss to nederitaad* Thera is little donht that the trial of tbs commissioner for libel will reveal to the pnblio ths tree ori gin of this politioal paraeoution, and make prominent the names of publish* era and oOhers thet have not get been beard of. The plot to prevent tbe com - misslonst’a re-election is one of tbe most interesting ever eoncooted 1 n Georgia, and it will aartalnlj arouse the indignation of all fair-minded peo ple.” CHARTS FOR SALE. Charts tide tables and other publications, U, 8, coast and Geodetic survey for sale by C. W. Doming, Phones 1 1?2 or 31, THIS WILL INTEREST MANY. To quickly introdnoe B. B. B. (Bota nic Blood Balm), the famous Southern blood oore, into new homes, we will seod absolutely free, 10,000 trial treat ments, Botsnio Blood Bairn [B. B. B.) qitiokly cures old uloars, scrofula, eoxemt, ttoblogablo end blood humors, canoer, eating festering cores, boils, oarbUßOies, pimples or offensive erup tions, pains In bones or joints, rheuma tism, catarrh, or any blood or skin trouble. Botsnio Blood Balm (B. B, B.) Deals every sore or pimple, makes lbs blood pare end riob end stops ell eehes end pains. Bstenlo Blood Balm (B. B. B,) thoroughly tested for 80 years in hospital end private preclma, and has oured thousands of oases given up as hopeless. Sold at drag stores, 91 per large bottle. For tree treetmeut write to Blood Balm Cos., Atlanta, Ga. Medi oene sent at onoe, prepaid, Deseribe troubla and frea medioal advise given. Botanlo Blood Balm [B. B. B.) gives Ufa, vigor and streoth to tbe blood. The finest Blood Pari tier made. Bo tanlo Blood Balm (. B. B.) gives a nealtby Blood supply to the skin and entire system. < THANKSGIVING TUKKKYS. M. 0. Arche ter, the up-to-date buioher, ie prepared to supply bia patron# with the fioeet of dr*sqd tur key# for their ThanksgiYing dinners, having arranged to get them direc from tbe HobwaretchiU A Sulabarge Company. ,He will • alio receive dressed duoka esd geese. To go a'eog wltbthetebe will have a supply of Blue Ribbon Celery from Kalamtxo Mioh., and e full lioe of tbe ohoieest meat#. BOUTH CAROLINA INTKR-BTATK A WEST INDIAN EXPOSITION, Charleston,!). 0., Beginning Deo. 1, 1901. For this occasion the Southern Railway offers very reduced rates and Improved schedules. Bale of tiokets beginning Nov. 80th and continuing throughout the Kx position. Tioket agents of the Southern Railway and oonnecting lino will sell through tiokets and rnrniah complete information. Within halt square of the Southern Railway at Charleston electric oars will take you to the Exposition grounds for So. W. H. Taylob, A. o P. A.. Atlanta, oa. J. B. Ream Jr., D. P. A.. Atlanta, oa. Jas. Freeman, T. P. A., Meson, os. PILE-INK CURES PILES! Money refunded if it ever fails. .y.HA tfrpj. >• KBNToaor^r m Jlw by T. NEWMAN fc—kw—- For LaQsrppe and Influ enza use CHENEY’S EX PECTORAN l. The Brunswick time* -call, Saturday. November 23. 1901 BAD BLOOD, BAD COMPLEXION. The skin is the seqt of an almost end less variety of diJcAses. They are known by various names, but are all due to the same cause, acid and other poisons in the blood that irritate and interfere with tbe proper action of the skin. To have a smooth, soft skin, free from all eruptions, the l.luod must be kept pure and healthy. The many preparations of arsenic and potash and the large number of face powders and lotions generally used in this class of diseases cover up for a short time, but cannot remove per xnanently the ugly blotches and the red, disfiguring pimples. Eiet ‘af vtffilznco to the prioa of a beautiful complexion when such remedies are relied on. Mr. U. T. Bhcibe, 2704 Lucas Avenue. St. Louis, Mo, Bays : “My daughter was afflicted for year* with a diafigui-.ng eruption on her face, which resisted all treatment. She was taken to two celebrated lieal - h springs, but received no bene fit. Many medicines were prescribed, but with out result, until we decided to try S. S. S., and by the time the first bottlewas finishedtbeeruption began to disappear. A dozen bottles cured her completely and left her skin perfectly smooth. She is now seventeen years c Id, and not a sign of the embarrassing disease has ever returned." S. S. S. is a positive, unfailing cure for the worst forms of skin troubles. It is the greatest of all bleed purifiers, and the only one guaranteed purely vegetable. Bad blood makes bad complexions. purifies and invigo wTw (K "N rates the old and muakes new, rich blood kjjlwt ha t nourishes the sSfgSn body and keeps the skin active and in proper condition to perform its part towards carrying off the impurities from the body. If you have Eczema, Tetter, Acne, Salt Rheum, Tsor asis, or your skin is rough and pimply, send for our book on Blood and Skin Diseases and write our physi cians about your case. No charge what ever for this service. SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA, GA. For Sale Cheap. To wind up Building & Loan Asso ciation, Tbe Soranton place, contain# 283 aores, four and a half mile# from oity. One house and lot No 904 Bay street One bouse and lot No. 906 Bay street Oue house end lot No. 905 Oglethorpe street. One houe and lot No. 907 Oglethorpe street. Library building and lot on Rich mond street. Tbe Cbaa. Morris residence, 916 Soutb Amburat street. House and lot 1117 South Wolf St. Small trset of land near the Chapel, known as the PeTin plco. Apply to N. Emanuel, President of the Atlanuo Investment Company. IS YOUR LIFE WORTH 25 UENTB? Consumptives, wj know that you have seen disappointed many times, but make eee more effort Tto be oured. Oooch’s Mexican Syrup has cured thousands and It will cure you. Consumption is the result af ths food material that should go to sup pert the body and sustain life being ab sorbed and thrown off in tubercu ousmat eer. To overcome this waste of vital force and restore the nourishment to the system ia Us natural couflrse. is to cure. This is accomplished by Gooch’s Mexican Syrup, II controls coughs, night sweats, spitting at blood, soreness in chest, inflamed throat end lungs, difficulty of breathing, heavy coughs accompanied with expectoration and parched lips. We know you have been lifseppointed many times, but make one snore effort to save yourself. Xou can buy a bottle of uooch’s Mexican Syrup for 250, It cares a simple cough as if by magic, and t She beet emedy for whooping coug b Thu Southern Railway has inaugurated Pullman sleeping car line between Wash* ington, D. C. and Atlanta, Ga , on their "Atlanta and Express," trains Nos. 38 and 84; first car southbound leaving Wash ington November 3rd; first oar north bound leaving Atlanta November sth. This affords Pullman service on these trains through from Atlanta to New York, the Pullman cars having heretofore been attached to the Atlanta & New York Express at Charlotte and no Pullman servirt between Charlotte and Atlanta. X - * <obWiiw, We Never Hesitate when a plumber ia needed, to dispatch one promptly to the scene of trouble. And the skillful way the work is done will please the most oritioal customer. The material uaed is high grade and will last for years under all ordinary strain. Oui prices are especially interesting. A. H. BAKER, Sdos Gloucester St. Seed Rye at Burnett’s Feed Store. THE LUSCIOUS STRAWBERRY ' —■ - - ■ Can B# Cultivated In Different Soils and Temperature*. Among the spring lux one# of the ta ble ia the strawberry, which Is adapted to snob widely different toil# and tem peratures, that those possessing even the smallest garden patch may have enough for their own use, if they so de desire. A plot only SO or 80 feet square will with proper attention produce a ■apply that will surprise those not ac customed to the cultivation of this de licious fruit. j 1 There is great demand for strawber ries In all our larger towns. Those raised in Florida begin to come in to ward the middle of March, and wh'n they begin to grow saaroe the Georgia berries are ready t* oome in. The r kst gardeners of onr state would it profitable to raise this favorite Luit >r the etatea north of ns. It Is too late now to plant for thie season, bat not too late to get. ready for another. Those set ont in the spring will produce very few berries the first year. The chief aim for the first year should be the production of vigorous plants, whioh will be less liable to be killed by the oold of winter than those set out iu the falL If suoh plants ars secured they will with proper care pro duce an abundant supply in the next season. Strawberries should be cultivated ar hoed at least three times the first year. But, if this is done every two or three Weeks from early in April until Octo ber, the weeds will be thoroughly kept down so that they will not become wedged ia between the planta When the season for berries comes then all this oars and attention will be amply rewarded.—State Agricultural Depart ment Remarks on Cattle Quarantine Line. Dr. Rice P. Steddom, United State# cattle inspector for the dtstriot east of the Mississippi, a fow days ago ex pressed himself as highly pleased with the work done by the department ef ag riculture on the line of getting eur oat tie rid of the tick and scouring a lower ing of the quarantine Una He said that Georgia was perhaps doing better than any ef the other southern states and that in appreciation of the work dene ia thie state the United States government had deoided to appoint a special inspec tor for Georgia, his salary to be paid by the government of the United Staten It has been the aim of the Agricultu ral Department t* encourage the efforts of Che cattle raisers of Georgia for the destruotten of that dangerous pest, the tick, known aa the boephllns bo via The eneonragiag eaocess, whioh has attend ed these efforts, is very gratifying to ns, and leads ns to hope for stiU greater re sults ta the future.—State Agricultural Department Prefit In Coed Feeding. To Illustrate the foot that there la profit In the careful feeding of hogs the Practical Farmer tells a story which runs about thus: A man who had juat sold a drove of fine ahoata and made a good profit by the transaotiea, on kia way home mat a neighbor who complained that a farmer oonld not make any money and that raising hogs for the market was a los ing business, adding that ha would like to dispose of those that ha had. Party No. 1 bought the hogs and also some corn of the same man, asking for time in which to make hia payment After throe months he sold this second drove of ahoata, and after paying hie neigh bor showed him how much money he had cleared by the transaction. The farmer who had sold hie corn and hogs in separate loti waa thus taught a valuable leaaon by bis sure en terprising neighbor.—State Agricultural Department Tbe Care sf Bee*. Many farmer* keep bees aad pay mb ■iderable attention to them. These in dnstriona little IneMts have bean the theme of philoMphers and poets from the earliest ages of the world us til new. Their babita have been carefully (lad led and many Interesting thing* have bean written abont them. While It la true, as a reoont writer haa said, that bees "will come m near doing some good with aoarcely any at tention as anything wa may handle," they will pay better with proper atten tion. If wo want abundance of good honey wo must see that they have in their hives abundance of atoree for the spring months Feed them wall In the early eprlng, If they have not already a good reserve In their combe. A pound of sugar fed to them at this time will paevo a good investment—State Agri cultural Department. A FIREMAN’B CLOSE CALL. “I stuck to my engine, although every joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain,” writes C W Bellamy, a locomo tive fireman, of Burlington, lowa., “I was weak and pale, without any appetite and all run down. As I was about to give, 1 got a bottie of Eleotrio Bitters and, after akin* it, 1 felt as well as I ever did in my life.” Weak, tiokly, run down people always gain new life, strength and vigor from their use. Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists. Price 60c. MOTHER'S WORM SYRUP, Best worm medicine. Children like It so well they eat it on bread. CASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought* aud which fh&a ken Iu use for over 30 years, has borne the rf ._>? and hvs been .made nsidvV && P**- /?-+-#- „ sonal supervision since fife btsfencjf. f-cc&JU Allow no one lo decrire youik kkfe All Counterfeits, Imitations and ** AM* tout. Experiments that trifle with and endanger tbe ktSfettfa d' Infants and Children —Experience Igibwt B*9*d**#rt* What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute br Caßtot Oft inffl* goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups# It to P?,ee*rai4. KB contains neither Opium, Morphine nor ®the? BfatdQtifff substance. Its age is its guarantee* It destroys Wonfe and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea aad Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Costu*ifeßl and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food tag Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and aarnffil The Children’s Panacea —The Mother's ISPrtlwai* GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS The KM You Me .liwijs Bou|ht In Use For Over SO THE CENTAUR tOSMSV, TV SNMHMV STSWV, lW 4*fa USW. SOUTHERN RAILWA Y SCHEDULE. FOB SAVANNAH, WASHINGTON ANDNE W f!KV Lv Brunswick 5 15 a m 7 20 a in JS In p w 9 05 p ns Ar Savannah..... ....0 00am IS 15pm I Ups IS.SO a m ArWashington 7 M a ra SSOpiu Ar New York IGSpm @ SB a in FOR MACON, ATLANTA, LOUISVILLE, CINOINNATI AND CHICAGO. L v Brunswick 7 So a m i us p w Ar Macon 1 SO a m twain Ar Atlanta 4 lepsa oSoam Ar Louisville ; 8 eOera 7 Hi p m Ar Cincinnati a 18 a a* f 13 r bi Ar Chicago...... smpm 7 hip in FROM NEW YORK, WASHINGTON AND SAVANNAH. Lv New York IS 10 a a 3 S6 j> u Lv Washington lllitn 9 55 p u> Lv Savannah 5 00am gU lit ir. Ar Brunswick ........ 7 at a io ft 10 p m SUNDAY SCHEDULES BETWEEN BBUNSSVICK AND SAVANT-: AH. Lv Brunswick f i m Man: hWp at Ar Savannah I Wta I! It -i m 3 It p. m Lv Savannah t (tOam 5 a, jj Ar Brunswick Blu a m >• ipn DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. C. L- OA.N IJLFHL t .me n Hard Sense. It take* keen common sense, E-1 added to superior judgment and *.• - experience, to be superintendent of- .’y'' a railroad. Such a man never re- -i commends anything that he has not i .'. J himself subjected to crucial test. A prominent railroad superintend- *• - . ' • ent, living at Savannah, Ga., in f-V "J, " - which city he was horn, says he ;..j feels better than he ever did, and y\// .\. •' " ** he had the worst case of dyspepsia '//>// ’ \ V on record. He had no appetite, and M'jjl mm-n the little he ate disagreed with him, ' /y//jr *4' VJI ‘ v " .1 causing him to vomit often. He had pains in the head, breast and / / stomach, but after nsing three hot- Z V- ! ties of P. P. P. he felt like anew nan. He says that he feels that he could live forever if he could always getP.P.P. His name will be given on application to Lippman Brothers, th ->.- proprietors of this great remedy. ‘ Dyspepsia in all its forms is promptly and permanently cured by P. P. P. General Debility and lack of energy give place to vim and ambition through the use of P. P. P. Blood Poison and all its incidental and hereditary Ills are eradicated by P. P. P. Rheumatism is conquered and banished by P. P. P., as are also Catarrh and Malaria. P. P. P. is a purely vege table compound, which has steadily grown in favor for years. • SOLD BV ALL DRUGGISTS. LIPPMAN BROTHERS, PKOPI £%¥£% block. Savannah, Ga. w. j. bo r rs. m SEWING MACHINES, "Boat on Earth,” aud equipped with all the Tatest improvements SOLD ON EftSV TERMS G. F, GAY. 5° 4 Gloucester Street *1 had a running tore on my breast for over year,- says He try H. Richards of Willseyville N, Y., “and tried a great many remedies, bat got no relief until I nsed Banner .salve. After eslug ons half box I, was perfectly cured. 1 caa'treeommead It too highly." w. J. Untts. J. M, BURKETT. . WHOLESALE Grain and Provision Ho Cow and Chicken c eed ladies can weak shoes. one slae smaller after mlng Allen’s Foot Euee a powder to be shaken Into the shoes. It make* tight or new shoes feel easy, gives instant re lief to corns or bunions. lia me greatest coin fort dlacouery of the ago, cures and j,revent* swollen feet, blisters and e re spots. Allen’s Foot Ease is a certain tnr- fur sweating, hot., aching feet. At all druggists!. aul shoe stores. 25c. Trial package free by mail. Address., Allen a. Olmsted, Leltoy. N. Y.