BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS.
PUBLISHED DAILY BY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO.
A. H. LEAVY Manager
C. H. LEAVY Editor.
LOUIS J. LEAVY, Jr City Editor.
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at half the regular rales.
Terms to subscribers in the city
and by mail fine of ebaiga to all pai ls
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ofiice, as second-class mail matter.
Hon. Emory Speer has designated
The Brunswick Daily News as the
cfhcial organ of the United States
Court, in bankruptcy proceedings, for
The News Publishing Company de
sires it to be distinctly understood
that all legal advertisements must lie
paid for in advance. We cannot af
lord to devote our space to such ad
virtlsenienls and wait on tho courts
ler the niouey.
Hack to the farm—McLaiirln.
Thu very few vacant bouses in the
city at present 101 l us a good story.
It is alright to be a Georgia colonel
but the price of unifrms is rather
It takes a good one to keep up
with llm rapid lire changes on tlu
ll. A B.
Some of those thousand dollar bill/
should be exhibited at. the St. Louis
The presidential boom of Carter
Harrison seems to have struck a snag
of some sort.
Within a few years the cattleman
will wear a smile a yard wide. You
can mark this prediction.
As long as paint and powder lasts
some women have found the foun
tain of perpetual youth.
Mr. McLaurin's railroad career was
churl but we cannot say anything ab
out the sweet part of it.
The people look to the News for
all the important events and lhey
got what they are looking for too.
This is tiie age of preeeiient break
iug and do not lie surprised if Mr.
Cleveland again lives In the white
An exchange thinks it strange that
Glynn county has no poor bowse. We
have never bad any use for snob mi
■insst it nt ion.
\\ lion the editors of the north run
out of subjects they grab the race
question but as their sayings do no
harm let them continue.
The weather is getting warmer and
from the looks of our colored popula
tion we aie constrained to believe
that they actually feel Watermelon in
Mr Bryans la- 1 interview was on
the same old line. If tliis gentleman
knew how tired the people are of his
carefully prepared" interviews ’hi
v.oiild at least give them a breath
The Florida legislature did not re
peal the Flagler divorce law. Guess
th<- members think that if Mr Flagler
can have the benefit of such a law
other bust,and- with crazy wives have
just as much right to get "loose "
It is certainly amusing to road a
few of the northern articles about t!,
south. Some of the smart winters
have never crossed tho Ala-on and
Dixon line and they know about as
nip b about conditions here ns a men
key deer of latin.
FOR GOVERNOR AGAIN.
The papers over the state are say
ing a great deal about Col. J. H. Es
till for governor again in 1906.
We believe that the colonel made
a statement recently to the effect that
he would again he a candidate provi
ded his health would permit and we
see no reason why he could not au
nounce Ibis fact with impunity at the
Some of the papers seem to think
that the announcement Is too soon
hut we think this is a matter of which
Mr. Estill should he the sole judge.
if he thinks that lie helps his chan
ces by announcing now we cannot un
derstand why ii should he the business
of anybody else to interfere, lie is
frank in saying that lie really wants
to be governor and he shows his good
sense by making an early start.
A RACE WITH DEATH.
A news ilem lulls of how a dying
Austraillan left England to mot his j
hoy at Saji Francisco. He had real
ized that grlin death was stealing up
on him. The doctors had told him
so. i iis boy, whose was in Austral
ia, was notified by cable to meet his
failier in San Francisco. The doctors
told lhe dying man that he could not
survive the voyage to the American
shores and the long journey across
Ihe continent, hut his soul was. afire
with the boundless love of a father,
and lie began I lie race with death.
At Chicago lie said: “I must get to
San Francisco." But the grim des
troyer had won. Just before the end
ii telegram from his son read: “ 1
heat you here, when will you arrive?”
Though pathetic, there is ,-omothing
grand in this death, struggle of a fa
ther to see his hoy. The world and
life were behind him; only his hoy
and the hope of seeing him were in
front of him and even the approach
of (loath could not subdue a father’s
THE WHITE MAN’S WORK.
(loldwin Smith, in Ihe New York
Sun tells us Hint the white man in
iho south is not a tiller of the soil and
the Chattanooga Times virtually en
dorses the statement by saying that
the whiles of the south may he able
to make cotton and rice, hilt they do
not like to do il and they probably
Roth tin e writers take too much for
granted. It is true that in the pro
duction of both of these commodities
negro labor is mostly employed
but the rice and cotton sections do not
comprise ihe entire agricultural south
and most of tho farm work outside
llie.-e two things is done by the white
people. They like it as well as white
men of anywhere like it.
JUST WAIT AWHILE.
| The News is in receipt on an inter
esting letter from a St. Simon sub
scriber telling of the delightful
and historical connection of this beau
tiful island and it is not reasonable
to suppose than people who live at
a distance would know of the many
advantages offered for resorts. They
no doubt think that the part of the
island along the beach is the most
beautiful and are under the impression
that there is no other place for a re
port or winter and summer homey*
and here a great mistake is made.
There are at least a dozen sites uit
alde for hotel or club purposes and
to out St Simon friend we can only
say. wait awhile. These things are
< oming and sooner than the average
I arson thinks for.
A Chicago man hunted Hit* divorce
courts Because his wife persisted iu
wearing tight skirts. The man hail
just cause This is one style we hope
will soon ho forgotten.
A IvmsMK legislator is going to in
troduce a hill taxing all unmarried
men over twenty five years old. lie
will probably pass a measure running
all of tlv> oh) maids out of tin* state.
Mr llrobston's resolution at the con
vention at Mao>n was a genuine live
wire. If it had not been for this res
< it ion the < n vent ion would have
been a tame a flint r.
A l.’hicsigo man promised his better
mil tha if she died first he would
be buried with her and the day she
expired he kept his promise and blew
bis brains out. It was foolish of her
u> * k -r such . promise and him
i *->' keeping it.
The Best ipring and Summer
Medicine for Babies (ii. Children.
Spring and Summer bring grave dangers to babies and children.
Thousands of little ones die of bowel troubles brought on by eating
unripe fruits, vegetables etc. Serious results often follow a slight
derangement of the and igcsti ve organs. Baby Ease is the safest, most
effective ond best medicine for all stomach and bowel troubles of
babies and children. Pleasant iu taste —children like it.
25 CENTS FOR LARGE BOTTLE
If your druggist hasn't it, write to the manufacturer
T. P. MARSHALL, MACON, GA.
Ask about the FFtEE GOLF) FiIJIG offer.
To Grow JVeW Hair
and Hair Tonic 'is
the 'Best Ware of imitations j
& FOR easy shaving
Boats any soap, so handy. In col In p>i bid
tubas. If your harbor or done
not lcoepCoko Shaving Foam Fond 3f*c to
A. R. Bremer to., Chicago, for regular tube.
For Sale by W J BUTTS, Druggiit
Bloating, Gravel, Dull Backache, Blad
der Disease, Uriny Affections, Deep
Seated Cases Especially Cured By
Stuart's Gin and Buchu.
Stuart's Gin and Buchu acts directly
on the bladder, the urethral tract and
tho kidneys, driving out all tlie ob
structions and making a perfect cure
of the most aggravating, daugerous
and deep-seated cases.
Gravel symptoms—Burning sensa
tion in passing urine, frequent desire
to urinate, the urine is thick and sed
imentary, the whole nervous system is
disordered, digestion impaired, sleep
disturbed, loss of strength and vigor,
Stuart’s Gin and Buchu will euro ev
ery symptom, disolve tho graved,
between the urine, bund up too
Mucous Disctia(rges- Difficulty in
passing water, ulcerations, irretatious
of the urethra, disagreeable odor of
Ihe urine, pains in hack, swollen an
kles and legs, catarrh of tiio bladder,
are all quickly and permanently cured
by Stuart’s Gin and Buchu.
Bright's Disease- Dry skin, short
ness of breath, urine dark colored.
The worse cases cured by Stuart’s
Gin and Buchu. Pleasant to the tasie.
Thoroughly tested for past 20 years
in private and hospital practice, wi ll
a record of 896 cures of chronic kid
ney and bladder troubles —the kind
that hail resisted al! other treatment.
Druggists or by express, SI.OO
Sample bottle free by writing Stu
art Drug Cos., Atlanta, Ga. We have
set aside 15,000 hollies for free dis
tribution so as to prove our claims,
so write at once.
MACMEN SOLD OUT
But J. H. Tankersley Has Not.
But has a fine line bl Harness
and Collars. Whips, Lap Dusters, Iho
latest, patterns on tlu> market. Cur
tain rovers, Buggy taps, 1 “heats and
Storm Aprons and diilo Candies.
Ail work done in the best of style.
A full line in everything in the Har
ness line. Call and see ine.
J. H. TANKERSLEY. *
To the Consumer.
1 will give the retailers’ profit. 1
have just received 10.0110 Maitre La
I tori cigars a real good 5c cigar which
1 will sell direct to iho consumer at
$1.25 per box of 50. I am sole agent
for this brand. This eigar is worth
$2.00 per box. one' box will make you
get more at Sig Leri sou, 310 Bay
The best pill “neath the stars and
It cleanses the system and never
Little Early Ri&rs of wordly repute;
Ask for Dewitt's and take no
A small pill .easy to buy easy to take
and easy to act, hut never falling in
results. Dewi(Vs Little Early Risers
arouse the secretions and act as a
tonic to the liver, curing permanent
ly.—Joerger’s Pharmacy. Smith's
Pharmacy. \V. J. Butts.
The Wastes of the Body.
Every seven days 'lie blood, mus
cl '- ami hones of a man of average
size loses two pounds of wornout lis*
sue. This waste cannot be replen
ished and the health and strength
kept up without perfect digestion.
When the stomach and digestive or
gans fail to perform their functions,
the strength lets down, health gives I
way. and disease sets up, Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure enables the stomach ami
digestive organs to digest and assim
ilate all of the wholesome food that
may be eaten into the kind of blood
that rebuilds the tissues and protects
the health and strength of the mind
and body. Kodol cures indigestion. i
dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. It j
1; mi <sT>r!nn r '
Jeer; ct's Pharmacy. Suiiljt'i i’ arm..-
c.v and W. J. Butts.
THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS.
it you want a position, a house, a
servant, or want to find anything
tnat has been lost, or want some
thing that someone else has, ad
vertise in this column.
FOR KENT—Stores, offices and
dwellings. Apply to Brobston, Fendig
LOR RENT. —Desk room on ground
floor. Good, locat#-].. Address i\,
FOR 1 SALE—Geraniums, LegoniaS.
and potted plants, 025 IS St. Mrs.
W. E. Dempster
WANTED —A first class cook, eith
er ma.il or woman. Apply to 805 Eg
FOR RENT —A six room residence
with all modern improvemets, 603
Mansfield street. Apply to 315 Union
I LOST. —A five dollar bill on Pay
street or southern part of city yester
day afternoon. Finder please, notify
FOR SALE—Uutiher stamps, seals,
stiac'!-... etc. Agent Underwood Type
i writer. Will B. Fain, 312 Newcastle
street. ' - . 3
LOST Gold fratornlty pin, five-
I armed -tor-sei pent in center, from
•Stonewall, a lots Gloucester, up Lee.
[Liberal reward at New* ollioe.
| FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Also
[two houses 7 and 8 rooms. In good
I condition. Near business center.
I Lights and baih. Apply to 405 G St.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
Apply to Mrs. G. Locwenstein, nexl
to the government building.
FOR SALE —A desirable farm, con
taining 25 acres, improved; a short
distance from the city. Enquire at
The News office.
* WANTED- An active, reliable man
to reprewnt one of Hie largest finan
cial; . institutions in tho country. A
Hr st class contract to Ihe right man.
Address box 203 Savannah, Ga.
PERSONAL Morphine, opium,
laudanum, cocaipe habit Mvsc.lf
cured. Will inform you of harmless,
permanent home cure. Mrs. M. A.
Baldwin. Box 1212, Chicago.
LOST. —Child stick pin with a clus
ter of pearls made in the shape of a
. bunch of grapes. Was lost either at
j the newspaper carnival Thursday
night or some where in that vicinity.
Reward will be paid for return of
same to W. J. Butts, t.ho druggist.
§15.00 it WfEM AT HORSE.
No Canvassing. Nothing to Sell.
U w.int int< .ii^vjs; porsonw t write IpM.mh
■it It'.mo spin-' mui.touts. ,*i week onsilv
'Mi-up.l. Wo furnish nnpor fiv.“ nut] pn.v ijtP.b
p- r loon t'i- h weekly tor single pngc lot-tors.
ini si’!: ;t<ltlivssotl st;i iupe<l eu velope forsn m
plr h’iior .iit t instructions to the
Veritas Typewriter Company,
34. PARK ROW, NEW YORK.
A Sure Thing.
It is said that nothing is sure ex
cept death and taxes, but that is not
altogether true. I)r. King’s New Dis
covery for consumption is a sure cure
for all lung and throat troubles.
Thousands can testify to that. Mrs.
C. If. VanMetre of Shepherdtown, W.
Va . says: '! had a severe case of
Bronchitis, and for a year 1 tried ev
erything i heard of, but got no re
bel. One bottle of Dr. King’s Now
Discovery then cured me absolutely.
It's infallible for croup, whooping
cough, grip pneumonia, and consump
tion. Try it. h guaranteed. Sold
by all druggists.. Trial bottles free.
Reg. sizes 50c. and $!.00
A Startling Test.
To save a life. Dr. T. U. Merritt, of
No. Mehoopany. Pa, made a start
ling test resulting in a wonderful cure.
Ho writes: "a patient was attacked
with violent hemorrhages, caused by
ulceration of the stomach. I bad of
ten found Electric Bitter's excellent
for acute stomach and liver troubles
so I prescribed them. The patient
gained from the first. and has not, had
any attack in It months.” Electric
Pi!tors are positively guaranteed for
dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation,
and kidney troubles. Try them. Oulv
i-0 cents, at all druggists.
Good California Claret $2.50 per
clojen. Satisfaction guaranteed. Sig
l!r. Joseph Pomlnville. of Stillwater.
Minn., after having spent over $2,000
with the best doctors for stomach
trouble, without relief, was advised
by his druggist Mr. Alex. Richard,
to try a box of Chamberlain's Stomach
and l.iv, r Tablets. He did so and is a
well man today. If troubled with in
digestion. bad tasto in the mouth,
lack of appetite or constipation, give
these tablets a trial, and you are cer
tain to be more than pleased with
the result. For sale at 25 cents per
box by ail druggists.
. LAWSON LAMAK,
Attorney at Law.
0.,.- | o ’- Oe®rn House TtU'c
Office of ¥ S. Twittr or J 0. 3rw f ' r
BURIED UNDER SNOW.
Tilt Great Storm That Overwhelmed
New Etisriau'i la 171".
In the spring of 1717 an amount of
snow fell in New England that lias not
been equaled during the three centu
ries of its history. The groat storm
began in February and buried the
earth to the depth of ten to twenty
feet. Cattle were Puried iu it and
were found frozen stiff under the
drifts, and hundreds of sheep p risked.
Wild animals grew so desperate from
the cravings of hunger that they be
came nightly visitors to ttie farmers’
sheep pens. Bears and tvolves fol
lowed the Seer even Into the settlers’
clearings and pounced upon them there,
killing them at such u rate that deer
reeves were afterward chosen iu every
town to protect those valuable animals.
Many a out story house was entirely
covered with snow, and even the chim
neys in some instances could not he
seen. Tunnels led from house to house,
and snowshocs were in frequent requi
Stepping out of the chamber win
dow, some people ventured to explore
the fields of snow. Olio young man in
Newbury, Mass., was paying his ad
dresses to a lady who lived three miles
away and had not seen her for a week
after the storm. This state of things
could no longer he endured, and, mount
ing his snow-shoes, he went over the
hills to enter h-r house as he had left
his own - by way of a chamber win
dow. As he was the first person the
family had seen since the storm, Ins
visit was highly appreciated.
The sweat shop method is strictly
avoided at .Tim Carter’s clothes clean
ng establishment. Everyth!lg is well
ventilated and lighted and pure cbem
ca!s are used.
\ THE OGLETHORPE, \
HUGH PORTER, Mgr. ;
I Brunswick’s Only First ;
\ Class Hotel.
\ Reasonable Rates to ;
’ Excellent Cuisine. Perfect Service. J
PHILLIPS the TAILOR |
Opera House Block, i
Has a large and selected stock of <
, new goods, for the coming season, '
1 best of wor>- and perfect fit guar- j
Pants made to order for $4.00. )
; Suits made to order for $15.00.
If you want a Swell;
Suit give me a j
j : —* j; 1 ■.
[T. B. Burns,
210 Richmond st
Have tried ail others, send for a
FREE package of tthe Dr. Lyon Home
Treatment for CATARRH, Blood,
nerve and Stomach. Ur. Lyon Medi
cine Cos., Coldwator, Mich.
“Dorothy Dodd” shoes are the very
latest for women I have them. J.
A. Smith, Newcastle rtreet.
I will l>e at the following places
n the following days to receive state
and county lax returns for the year
Pyles Crossing, April 4th and 23d.
St. Simon’s Mills, April 10th and
sth. May ,V2nd.
Sterling, April 11th, May 2nd and
Jamaica, April 15th and 24th. May.
Brunswick, April 161 h, 17th, 18th
May 7th, Bth, Oth and 28th, aoth.
JOHN E. DUBBEKLY.
Receiver Tax Returns lor Glynn Coun
Cleaning, Pressing and Dyeing
The one good place in town to have
cleaning, pressing and dyeing property
is at Jim Carter's. Only the finest
of chemicals and reliable methods are
used. Send to 504 .Viout street or ring
Sound Kidneys—Perfect Health.
The U3e of Smith’s Sure Kidney
Cure will produce.both. Try a oottle
and be convinced, '-’our druggist sells
It for BOc
News Jot) Office—Rost Printing.
The most miserable beings in the
world are those suffering from dys
pepsia and liver complaint. More
ban seventy-five per cent, of the peo
ple of the United States are qillicled
with these two diseases and their e£-
cts: such as Sour Stomach, Sick
headache, habitual eostiveness, pal
pitation of the heart, heart burn,
waterbrash, gnawing and burning
pains at the pit of the stomach, yel- '
low skin, coated tongue "and disagree
able taste in the mouth, coming up j
of food after eating, low spirits, et<* -
Go to your druggist and get a bottle
Of An-list Flower for 25 or 75 cents. I
Two doses w-id relieve ytu. Try it.
er% j Fully nine-tenths of the ills of mankind can be §
£ erj&CZ traced to irregularities of the stomach and bow- 1
f-Jpri /// els. When these important organs fail to act 1
iA fcf 14,11 /£ regu ia r iy the system becomes ciogged with 1
I impurities, and perfect health is impossible. Mozley’s 9
Lemon Elixir is a pleasant lemon drink which acts gently 1
and thoroughly cleanses the system. It is the perfect liquid *
laxative, and is good for every member of the JLf/vy/oti'o
family. Fifty cents a bottle at all drug-stores. o
Mozley's Lemon Hot Drops are without any equal Qtt
for coughs, colds, bronchitis, sore throat, etc.
BAY IRON WORKS
Manufacturers and Repairers of
Machinery, Engines, Sew Mills
Marine work a specialty.
Estimates Furnished Free of Charge.
829 Bay St.
W. R. DART, CLAUD DART,
. resident and Manager. Secretary and Treasurer.
C. [’owning. President. £.. H. Maaon, Vice-President E.D.Waiter, e.shier.
The National Bank of Brunswick.
CAPITAL OP ONE HUNDRED AN D FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
and total RESOURCES in excess of ONE-HALF MILLION DO’-LARS,
are devoted to the assistance of legit lmate business enterprises.
DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS invited £r om individuals, firms and corpora
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT accounts bear interest, compounded quar
terly. Interest bearing coriflcates of deposit issued on special terms,
MONEY ORDERS of the “BANK EUS’ MONEY ORDER ASSOCIA
ION” are cheaper and more convenient than postoffice or express.
Great Sale of
MILLINE RY <.■ FANCY
GREAT BARGAINS IN RIBBONS MUST EE SOLD THIS WEEK
No 5 r.r.d 7 at 1 and 2c per yard No I2 and 16 at 5 cents per yard
No 20 at 10 cents per yard
Goocl Straw Hats 5 cents each Good Straw Hats 10 cents each
Good Fancy Fsathers 15 and £oc Goad Straw Hats 15 cents each
Ostrich Feathers at Half Price Flowers at Half Price
sest3lack Cou.-tlandCrape, worth $3.00 per yard sold at $1.75
Silk Tisue at SI.OO per yard Best Nunns Veiling at 75c per yd
Black Silk Velvet Ribbon 10c Mourning Face Veils 10c each
Colored Silk at 25c per yard Black Velvet all Silk, worth $2.00
Zophry Wool worth 10c at 5c at $1.25
Sewing Silk worth 2'/ 2 c skein, at 1
Unrierskirth large, small '/a price Children’s Hess worth 35c at 10c
JTrs. E. Earle.
0. L. PARKER,
STAPLE AND FANCY
Everything that’s good to
eat at lowest market prices
Cor E and J Sts. 'Phone 94.
BRUNSWICK CYCLE CO.
JOHN HAENEL, Manager.
Phone 257-2. 307 Newcastle St.
Bicycles, Guns, Pistols
and Sewing Machines.
REPAIRED ON SHORT NOTICE.
For Cleaning and Dyeing Summer
Clothes —no one is better prepared
than Jim Carter. King ’Phone 253
or send to 604 Monk St.
CONEY & OAHKER.
Digests what you *?♦.
I handle the celebrated Anheusei
Bush Premium Pale Export Beer,
which 1 will deliver to any address
in the city at SI.OO per dozen. Phone
130, Sig LevisoP-
A Sure Tiling.
It is said that nothing is sure ex
; cept death and taxes, but that is not
'altogether true. Dr. King's New Dis
] eovery for consumption is a sure cure
i or all lung and throat troubles. Thou
, sands can testify to that. Mrs. G. B.
Van Metre of Shepherdtown, W. Vs.
ays: "I had r severe case of bronchi
tis and for a year tried everything i
heard of, but got no relief. One bottle
f Dr. King's New Discovery then cured
ne absolutely, it's infalibie for Croup
Whooping Cough, Grip, Pneumonia
and Consumption Try it. It's guar
anteed by all druggists. Trial bot
tles free. Regular sizes 50c. and
Reliable dyeing can only be done
by experienced dyers. Jim Carter can
give you satisfaction. Phone 253-2,
504 Monk street.
Oak and Pine
B H. DANIELS, 'Phone 326
DEVARIS & LIVADAS,
Country Grocery Store,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
2° 4 IVionkSt. > Phone 141-3.
CLEANING and PRESSING
Ring 'phone 253-4 and let t
clean and press your clothea
He does good work and will give vou
508 Monk St.
State of Georgia, County of Glynn,
City of Brunswick. Will be sold be
fore the court house door, of said
county on the first Tuesday in June
next, between the legal hours of sale,
'be following described property, to
wit: The unexpired leasehold inter
est in and to that certain lot, tract
or parcel oi land situate lying and be
ing in the city of Brunswick, county
and state aforesaid, known and de
scribe on the map of said city made
by George R. Baldwin A. D. 1X37 as
the southeastern one-quarter of Town
Commons lot No. 75. between Albany
and Amherst streets. Levied on as
unreturned property to satisfy an exe
cution against said lot. issued liy N.
D. Russell, clerk of the mayor and
council of said city, for Ihe year 1902.
Taxes 53 cents and costs.
Brunswick, Ga:, May 7. 1903.
S. A. BURNEY,
Marshal City of Brunswick.
Old Monopole Rye at $l.OO per full
quart. Yellow Labe] nye at $1.25 per
quart", Philadelphia - Club Rye at $l.OO
per lull quart. All above are sold
elsewhere for $1.50. Sig Levison, 310
MAY 13, 1903.