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BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS.
PUBLISHED DAILY BY
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO.
A. H. LEAVY Manager
C. H. LEAVY Editor.
LOUIS J. LEAVY, Jr City Editor.
Advertising rates made known on
application. Church and other char
itable organization notices published
at half the regular rates.
Terms to subscribers In the elty
and by mall lies of charge to all parts
of the United Stales nd Canada,
Mexico, Porto Rico, Guam, Philippine
islands and Hawaiian Islands.
Per Month $ DO
Bis Months 2 bu
One Year & 00
Entered at the Brunswick, Ga., post
olhce, as second-class mail matter.
Hon. Emory Spoer has designated
The Brunswick Daily News as the
clhcia! organ of the United States
Court, in bankruptcy proceedings, for
The News Publishing Company de
(dies it to ho distinctly understood
that all legal advertisements must be
paid lor In advance. We cannot at
lord to devote our space to such ad
v ll tlsements and wait on the courts
lc the money.
One minute is an Jioui; when you
are waiting at the telephone.
Council nave the people a good sain
pie of line streets and then slopped
There is only one trouble iu this
country. There are not enough offi
ces to go around.
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The old vets will soon be turning
homeward hut the match this time
will de on the rFuuuiuini.
A smile, even if It is a forced one.
generally carries as much sunshine
wlih It as the real article.
Two of the Tampa papers actually
threw bonnets at each other. This is
hard to believe blit it is certainly a
Under the new management the
Augusta Chronicle is getting young
again. Second childhood and watch
When you get to kicking about you;
lot in life just stop a minute and
think of somebody in worse shape
than you are. You can always do
The president severlev reprimanded
a western youth for calling him “Ted
dy." Served the boy exactly right.
He should not try to encroach on
Save for that daily shooting affray.
Nichols is a nice little place. If
the folks there rare to amuse them
selves by shooting scraps, we -uppose,
it is none of our business.
Tile are talking of putting out Sen
ator Clark for president, if the office
could have been bought Clark would
have had it a long time ago. That
is the way hi l broke into the senate.
Editor Herring, of the Tifton Ga
zette has a very bine idea of the next
presidential election. He thinks the
democrats arc going to be defeated
and be would just as soon see Cleve
land the victim: as any man he knows.
Henry Wattersou Ims discovered
tnat Piorpont Morgan favors Clove
land for president. Mr. Watterson is
always discovering something which
is calculated to injure Grover and the
people invariably take it with i, grain
The News lias given tile doings of
the great Confederate reunion since
and even before it was in session, be
cause we know the groat interest man
ifested in ay tiling they do. it costs
menu} ta pay for telegraph lulls and
send a representative to (he Crests't
city but the News did this and it
was one of the few Georgia papers
When you want an item withheld
from the columns of a paper don’t go
to the offiice with threats.
This kind of silliness only makes
matters worse and makes the publi
cation of the item you want kept out
all the more certain to go iu.
Come at the newspaper people with
a different proposition. Toll them of
the harm the publication of an item
would do you- BUT DO NOT SAY
THERE WILL BE TROUBLE IP THE
ITEM IS PRINTED because that cer
tainly means that the item is going
in and under the bolder i headlines in
Tbo News know.- that there are it
ems which are belter left out but
this is a matter entirely with the
management and not with those who
are interested In the publication. For
lids reason, if no other, the matter
should be left in the hand of the news
But never threaten to move the
office and whip the inmates. It is
a bad plan and insures publication
as certain as the sun rises.
DEATH OF MABiNI.
It is difficult to realize that the open
ing of tlie Spanish war is now five
years old, and that the beginning of
our war of conquest against the Fiili
pltios was an event of more than four
years ago. We are getting thorough
ly accustomed to the new ideas and
new relations which at that time seem
ed so so strong, and many matters of
fact about which most of us had hut
hazy notions have become more or
less familiar. Among these is the fuel
that while there are savage and half
civilized tribes in the population of
lho Philippine islands, there s a very
large element that represents a high
standard of civilization and aspiration,
and that the Filipino insurrectionary
government was largely const it tiled by
this element. The ablest member of
that government died at Manila last
week, ami the United States thus
takes part for the first time in a pijr
nonienou which, for generations, w
have been in the liabit of considering
as tielonging to policies of conquest
unit sub jugal ion I rum. which t)ic great
republic of the New World was free.
Mnbini was a statesman and leader of
great ability, and of Indomitable will,
who, though in broken health, devoted
both it is fortune and Iris energy to the
Filipino struggle for independence,
first against Spain and afterwards the
United Slates. He spent tlie last
lour years of his either as a prisoner
of war, or a prisoner released on parol,
or a political exile, deported to the
island of Gaum by the United States
In approaching death in exile star
ring him in the lace, he finally con
sented to die in hi native land, it
takes a good deal of commerce to
compensate, in the eyes of old fash
ioned Americans, for the habituation
to the idea of this kind of thing as
a necessary incident of colonial
rule. ; i*:
REPAIR THE ROADS.
The awful condition of the public
roads of tilynn county was told of in
the local columns of the News yes
terday and those who are in a posi
tion lotuiow stale that the paper did
not toll half. The situation is even
worse than our report stated.
Here is where that one stitch in
time will save the two thirds of a
dozen and no lime should be lost.
The roads were not in such excel
lent shape before but now since the
lteavey rains, the situation is really
The farmers of this county are just
set tine in Rood shape and now let
ns not handicap them with roads that
t hoy cannot use.
Now is the time to repair them.
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Tht' city council should go vor>
slowly in Dial silt* for the
now school house in Now Town. Wo
understand that the people of that
section of the city. or quite a large
number of them are opposed to the
Orange l\uk site, and if that is the
rase the mater should he carefully i
looked into before final action is
We do not think it a good policy
to use the public parks of the city
for building purposes, for they cer
tainly were not so intended.
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PETITION FOR CHARTER.
Georgia, Glynn. County.
Petition lor incoi i>onition if Dixio
To the Suporir‘Court of said <unity;
The petition of l\ I). Aiken, Albeit
Fendig, .1. li. Wright, C. H. Go wen,
C. Al. Gowen, J. li. Whitmire, C. Down
ing, YV. Al. Tuppei, 13. U. Ala. oil, It.
R. Brlcscztick, J. 13. Morgan and J.
Stovall Smith, all of said state and
county, .respectfully shows:
1. That I hey desire for them
selves, their associates, sucee:sors and
asi-igns to be incorporated under the
name and style of “Dixie Drug Com
2. The term for which jKitltioners
ask to be incorporated is twenty (20)
years, with the privilege of renewal
at the end of that time.
2. The capital stock of tho cor
poral inn is to he ten thousand dollars,
($10,000.00) divided into : hares of
one ’hundred dollars, ($100.On) each.
Petitioners, however, a k the privil
ege of increasing said capital slock up
on a vote of two-lbirds of the capital
slock then issued, not to exceed In
(lie aggregate ore hundred thousand
4 Your petitioners pray that upon at
lea l twenty per eeut. (20) of the
capital stock of ten Hum and dollars
($10,000.00) being paid in cash, (hey
b© inniioi i/.ed ( !••.,In 1 iisir. '
H. 'Pile object of the proposed cor
poration is pc. iiniarv profit and gain
to its stockholders and to that end
your petitioners desire to be incorpo
rated for the purpose <*£ manufactur
ing drugs, medicines, propriolry prep
arations or drugs, beverages and com
pound's thereof of and kind and
character and aff other articles
and things of like kind and char
ter; t*V acquire ’ and purchase
ingredients nee cess ary for IJit*-
matinfactu.ro of such articles: to ac
quire any patents or formulas of any
proprietary preparations, medicines,
drugs, articles #r beverages; to pur
chase or acquire any and .'ill hied of
drugs, medicines, proprietary prepa
rations, beverages and any other arti
cles or things net manufactured by
said corporation, and commonly used
and sold in Iho carrying on of a whole
*ale drug business; to purchase for
cash or on credit any and all such ar
Holes, beverage'-, commodities and any
and all such articlo and things s
may be profitable to bundle in eonnec
ion therewith ami to sell for cash or on
credit all products, articles -or com
modities manufactured or acquired
by said corporation, in any manner
known to trade.
0. To purchase and hold real and
personal property necensary to carry
ing on said'business and to acquire
Ihe same whenever il is necessary lo
protect. Hie Interests of said corpora
tion; to borrow money and to execute
mortgages and other liens upon prop
erty to secure tho same; lo have the
■right lo issue bonds if desired and to
make deeds of trust or mortgages or.
other liens upon its property to secure
make deeds of trust or marl gages or
liens or other securities upon real and
personal property for I lie protect ion
and security of any advances made to
any person or persons, natural or ar
tificial, dealing with or for any debts
owed unto said corporation; and to
acquire ami hold al! property so
pledged if noccessary to protect its
Interests, and sell and convey the
same at pleasure
7. To have and use a common seal,
to sue and he sued, lo plead and he’
impleaded with in mny of the courts .
this slate or any other state or the'
United Stales •
S. Tin- principal office and place of
business of tlio proposed corporation
Is to be in (be city of Brunswick, saiij
state and countv. with (he right an:i
lew or (o estnbl.li brnpeb offices in
nnv other place or places in or with
out the confines of this state.
tv Wherefore petitioners pray to he
made a body corporate in the name
and style aforesaid, entitled to all of
the rights, immunities ard privileges
and subject to ihe liabilities fixed bv
This fit 1 ’ day of May \. TV tfiO.fi.
ATKINSON’ g miNWOODY]
Filed tn office this May 6th At
TT. F. dll PTC NON,
Fieri; Sup Feurl. 01 am 00., Oa.
GEORGIA. Ot.YVN rOI'NTY.
1. 11 1 duPignon. '’le-h Superior
Four! Olvnn County. C irgia. do hero-
I V certify that the wiihin and fore
coiim two pages is a true and correct
copy of the petition of r>ixi P Drug
Company, 'of file in the office of the
Spnorie> Court of said county of date
the fith day of Mnv. \. D. tfififi
Witness my 1-r-'d and seel of office,
this fidh day of Mar. A, D Ifififi.
11 F. duRTGNON,
Cleri: Sni>. Simr! Glynn Cos. Ga.
EDWIN W. DART,
Attorney and Cooncellcr at Law.
Court House. Snne w i r v, c-
THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS.
If you want a position, a house,
e servant, or want to find anything
■at has been lost, or want some
ting that someone else has, ad
verttse in this column.
WANTED—A good dog. Apply to
J. J. Lissner.
FOR, RENT —Stores, offices and
dwellings. Apply to Brohston, Fendig
FOR SALE —Geraniums, Legouias.
and potted plants, G 25 B'St. Mrs.
W. E. Dempster
WANTED—A first class cook, eith
er man or woman. Apply to K 0& Eg
FOIt SALE —Rubber stamps, seals,
etipceiS, etc. Agent Underwood Type
writer. Will B. Fain, 312 Newcastle
- ,„ 4- a. . -- '•
LOST —A pair of black rosary beads
on Newcastle street, between Howe
and F, please return to News office.
FOR RENT —Furnished rooms. Also
two houses 7 and 3 rooms. In good
condition. Near business center.
Lights and bath. Apply to 105 G St.
FOR RENT —Three furnished rooms
Apply to Mrs. G. Loewenstein, next
to the government building.
FOIt SALE—Complete set of sa
loon fixtures cheap. Woodford Ma
bry. attorney at law for Geo. E.
FOR SALE A local business cheap
for cash. Is now paying $75.00 per
month. Apply to News office.
FOR SALE -A desirable -farm, con
taining 25 acres, improved; a short
distance from tho city. Enquire at
Tlie News office.
FOR RENT —Two, four, and five
room cottages. Ready for housekeep
ing. Houses near the St. Simon Pier.
Mr.-. W. L. Wallace, Ocean Pier. Use
long distance phone.
$55.09 fi WEEK IT ME.
No Cakvassing. Nothing to Sell.
W ’ ii! h'Uigrout jhmhodh (< wrlt<* let furs
at home Hpar.* iiiimikmilh. :fc if> a week easily
eanieil. We furnish paper free ami pay #•“.<>
per I 000 e ish weekly l>r single page let term
Send self mid rested siaiupedmivelopeforsain
ple let ter aud iusi ructions lo the
Veritas Typewriter Company,
34 PARK ROW, NEW YORK.
The public is hereby notified fbat
authorized collectors of The News
have tho writtea authority of the
management and those who pay others
will do so at their own risk.
By a Persistetnt Cough, But Perma
nently Cured By Chamberlain’s
' Mr. H. P. Burbage, a student in
law, in Greenville, S. C.,had been
troubled for four or five years with a
continuous cough which he says,
“greatly alarmed me, causing me to
fear that I was in the first stage of
consumption.” Mr. Burbage having,
seen Ch&mberlainVCongh Remedy ad
vertised, concluded to try it. Now
read what he says of it; “1 soon felt
a remarkable change, and after using
two bottles of the twenty-five cent
£i/.f. I was permanently cured.” Sold
by ail druggists. A
Dr. Wimberiey s Certificate.
This is to certify that I have used
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur in my prac
tice and have testeo it sufficiently if.
know it to he a remedy of great
merit. Have used it with curative re
sults in oases that nothing else would
jenefit. J. P. Wiffiberley M. D., Sco f
land Neck, N. G., Osctoher 27, 1902.
♦or sale by Smith's Pharmacy.
From a Cat Scratch.
On the arm to ‘.he worst sort of a
burn, sore or boil, Dewitt’s Witch Ha
zel Salvo is a quick cure. In buying
Witch Ha* and Salve, ho particular you
get DeWitfs —this is the salve that
heals without leaving a scar. „ A .pe
ciiic for blind, bleeding, itching and
pruiruding piles. Sold by Joerger's
Pharmacy, Smith’s Pharmacy, and W.
CANDY IN PAILS, TUBS AND
BOXES. THE DOWNING CO.
I handle the celebrated Anheusei
Bush Premium Pale Export Peer,
which 1 will deliver to any address
in the city at SI.OO per dozen. Phone
13i, Sig I.evisoP-
News Job Office—Best Printing.
OVERCOATS and winter suits now
should he thoroughly cleaned and
packed for putting away, by Jim Car
ter, the leader of clothes cleaners.
Got It Twisted.
Little nine-year-old Rachel, whose I
failing it was to get stories somewhat
twisted, once heard tlie conundrum of
the rat and the thirty ears of corn. It
ran thus: There were thirty ears of
, corn in a bin and a rat came aiong
and Carried awnv three wira every
night. How long did it take him to
carry away the thirty' cars? The an
ewer, of course, was thirty nights,
counting the rat’s two oars nud one ear
Rachel thought this a wonderfully
good joke and hastened to tell iter old !
er brother, whom she well knew al- j
ways appreciated anything along the ;
lino of.a good Joke. Rushing up to him :
she said: “Oh, Newman. I’ve got tho
best conundrum you ever heard. See if
you can guess it.” And thus site went
on: “There was a bag of potatoes in a 1
bln and a rat came along and carried
away throe potatoes every night. How
long did it take him to carry away the
whole hag?” >
HUGH PORTER, Mgr.
Brunswick’s Only F : irst
Reasonable Rates to
Excellent Cuisine. Perfect Secvice.
I PHILLIPS the TAILOR)
| Opera House Biock, >
1 Has a large and selected stock of )
) new goods, for the comftyj season, ’
f) best of work and perterfffit guar- i
S’ untied. )
£ Pants made to order for $4.00. j
F Suits made to order for $15.00. j
If you want a Swell)
£ Suit give me a \
K call. |
Oak and Pine
B H. BANItIS, Phone 326
Country Grocery Store,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
204 Monk St. ’ Phone 141-3.
CLEANING and PRESSING
Ring 'phone 253-4 and let
clean and press your ciothe#
Ir; does good work and will give v&U
5G9 Monk St
Have tried aii others, send for a
FREE package of ttiie Dr. Lyon Home
Treatment lor CATARRH, Blood,
nerve and Stomach. Dr. I-yon Medi
cine Cos., Coldwater, Mich.
C. L. PAEKEE,
STAPLE AND FANCY
Everything that’s good t,-
eat at lowest market prices
Cor G and J Sts. ’Phone 94.
CONEY ik. D ARKER.
Digssts vhat you
BRUNSWICK CYCLE CO.
JOHN HAENEL, Manager.
Phone 257-2. 307 Newcastle St.
Bicycles, Guns, Pistols
and Sewing Machines.
REPAIRED ON SHORT NOTICE
Old Monopole Uy at SI.OO per lul.
quart, Yellow Label aye at $1.25 pel
quart, Philadelphia Club Rye at si.oo
per lull quart. All above are solo
elsewhere lor sl.;>u. Sig Leviscm, 3iu
A Sure Thing.
It is said that nothing is sure ex
cept death and taxes, but that is not
altogether true. Dr. King's New Dis
covery for consumption is a sure cure
for ail lung and threat troubles.
Thousands can testify to that. Mrs.
tV P. VanMetre of Shepherdtown, W.
Va., says: had a severe case of
Bronchitis, and for a year 1 tried ev
erything 1 heard of, but got no re
lief. One bottle of Dr., King’s New
Discovery then cured me absolutely.
It's infallible for croc.', whooping
cough, grip pneumonia, and consump
tion. Try it. IPs guaranteed. Sold
by all druggists.. Trial bottles free.
Reg. sizes 50c. .and SI.OO
For Cleaning and Dyeing Summer
Clothes —no one is better prepared
than Jim Carter. Ring 'Phone 253
c. 3end to 504 Monk St.
'foorfof't Is one which is palatable, pleasant to take, I
irtzif tfC £ ant j can re iied upon to act gently, but I
/(y YfltitlP thoroughly, cleansing the entire system of all 8
—.UAUf.It/ impurities. Such a remedy is Mozley’s 1
I Lemon Elixir. It is a .pleasant lemon tonic, acceptable to H
the most delicate stomach, and acts thoroughly upon the 8
bowels, liver and kidneys without the slightest unpleasant- 8
ness. Sold by all druggists at 50c a. bottle. JjLfVj v to\s* *
Mozley’s Lemon Hot Drops, without an *
equal for coughs, colds, sore throat and y,n
bronchitis. 25c a bottle. , e
BAY IRON WORKS;
Manufacturers and Repairers of <
Machinery, Engines, Saw Mills;
Marine work a specialty
Packings, Fittings ;
Estimates furnished Tree of Charge. -
829 Bay St. t
W. R. DART, CLAUD DART, *
President and Manager. Secretary and "I reasurer. *
C. Downing, Prasiuens, E. m. Mason, Vice-PreMdent, E.D.Walter, Gashiar,
The National Bank oi Brunswick.
CAPITAL OF ONE HUNDRED AN D FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
ihd total RESOURCES iu excess of ONE-HALF MILLION DOLLARS,
ara devoted to the assistance of legit imate business enterprises.
DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS invited from individuals, firms and corpora
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT acco uuts bear interest, compounded iirnr
terly. Interest bearing cerificates oi deposit Issued on special terms.
MONEY ORDERS of the “BANKERS’ MONEY ORDER ASSOOU
ION” are cheaper aud more convenient than postoffiee or express.
: Great Sale of
; MIL LIN ERY u FA NCY
GREAT BARGAINS IN RIBBONS MUST EE SOLD THIS WEEK
- No 5 and 7 at 1 and 2c per yard No 12 and 16 at 5 cents per yard
► No 20 at 10 cents per yard
- Good Straw Hats 5 cents each Good Straw Hats 10 cents each
, Good Fancy Feathers 15 and 20c Coed Straw Hats 15 cents each
_ Ostrich Feathers at Half Price Flowers at Half Prise
Best Black CourtlandCrnpe, worth $3.00 per yard sold at $1.75
’ Silk Tisue at SI.OO per yard Best Nunns Veiling at 75c per yd
- Black Sdk Velvet Ribbon 10c Mourning Face Veils 10c each -<
, Colored Silk at 25c per yard Black Velvet all Silk, worth $2.00'
Zephry Wool worth 10c at oc at $1.25
Sewing Silk worth 2'/ 2 c skein, at 1 ,
‘ Underskirth large, small / 2 price Children’s Hose worth 35c at 10c !
firs. E. Earle. ■
New castle Street.
' ‘ tx. £.) 34 6? 6, t .-<1 rq ,
The OLD RELIABLE*
S am again in the Meat
% business and am prepared
to furnish everything in
% thatline. A full line of
Fancy and Family Qro
ceries. Quick delivery;
Phone 64. Corner Monk and Newcastle.
;\Vhen in Need of Hooey
a CALL ON
; JOEL BROS.
t f \ RELIABLE PAWNBROKERS,
/ \ 308-309 Bay Street.
I HHB 1 You get the most liberal loautt an
J I your Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
1 I Furniture and all kinds of personal
ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFI
Unredeemed Pledges For Sale
'BBBsSB Look for large 3 ball sign outside store
A Startling Test.
To save a life. Dr. T. G. Merritt, of
No. Mehoopany, Pa,, made a start
ling test resnltiug in a wonderful cure.
He writes: “a patient was attacked
with violent hemorrhages, caused by
ulceration of the stomach. I had of
ten found Electric Bitters excellent
for acute stomach and liver troubles
so I prescribed them. The patient j
•gained from the first, and has not had !
any attack in 14 months.” Electric
Fitters are positively guaranteed for!
dyspepsia, indigestion, constipation,
and kidney troubles. Try them. Only
BQ cents, at ail druggists.
MAY 22’ 1903.
j Bound Kidneys—Perfect Health.
The use of Smith’s Bure Kidney
Lure will produce both. Try a nottle
and be convinced. Four druggist sella
i It for 60c
| Good California Claret $2.50 per
dozen. Satisfaction guaranteed. Sig
When In distress financially call on
; Joel Pres., Roliahle Pawn 3rokern. We
will assist, you.
The News J?b Office— Best in