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OMnuglinessy Land to He
The New York Capitalist
Has a Fine Prospect
Mr. J. P. O’, hanfeli. noe-y, .he New
York ctpitalia who La-, b en closely
contented with lb s oily for the past
eight years and who owns ab( ut
twelve thousand acres of land around
Brunswick, advertised some days ago
for bids for the timber prioeUges on
t‘ie same andb h od that a ’ vertis'.xent
there is an interesting s'ory and one
that means much to this section. Mr.
O’Sbtngbennessy wants to get the
land cleared for the purpose of settling
oolonies on it, and he is now in
Europe working on the prnj ct and it
is safe to ear that cur population will
soon be increased several hundred by
tbs work of Mr. O'Shangbencessy.
GET TO WOKE
The Ladies of Glynn Should Make an
Exhibit at Stale Fair.
There w 11 be a special tffort made
to have the woman’s department of
the Interstate Fair even better this
year than it was last. Kow is the
time to begin preparations. The la
dies of Glynn county ought to be
represented. In putting up fruits and
vegetables prepare some with a view
of sending to the fair. We have wo
men who do beauli ul fancy work,
and have flue dowers that would show
to advantage among the exibits. Lei
us not be behind the others.
Baseball Game Today,
There will bean in'er.eting gam
of baseball at the grounds todsy be
tween the two ohampioo colored clubs,
the Dixies andjtbe Unknowns, aod a
number of White people will see the
contest, It is said that both c übs are
Ip India, tae (and of famine, thousands die
because they cannot obtain food. In America,
the land of plenty, many suffer and die because
they cannot digest the food they eat. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat. It in
stantly relieves and radically c ires all stomach
troubles. W. J. Butts.
Sa 1 atoga, N. Y.. Aug. 15 —The com
inittee appointed by >he Presbyterian
general assemb’y in St. Louis to revise
the creed met here today.
The lack of energy you (eel the
baokache and a run down condition
generally, all mean kidney disorder.
Foley’s Kidoey Cure will restore your
strength and vigor by m kirg the
kidneys well. Take no substitute.
W- J. Butts.
A BIG REUNION,
Ariphat, Cijpe Bre'on, Aug. 15.—A
reunion of French Arcadians was
held here today. This evening lead
ing public men of Canada, including
Sir Wilfred Laurie-, made sdfresses
For Infants and Children.
Tlie Kind Yon Have Always Bought
Bears the , //
Oi HELP FOR YQU
For honest treatment and a speedy cure write
jgmsL or go to Dr. J. Newton Hathaway whose
great reputation is a sufficient guarantee of
satisfactory results. Consultation o fbymTu Free.
Dlmmsl D*ie*H Contacted or Hereld-
DIOUU s OlSOn tary Syphlllls In all Its
terrible stages, producing copper-colored
spots on face or body, little ulcers on the
tongue, in the mouth or throat, falling out of
the hair or eyebrows, decay of the flesh or
hones, completely and forever eradicated
without the use of Injurious drugs, leaving
the system In a pure, strong and health
Ifor enlarged veins, which
VarICuGBIB lead to a complete loss of
sexual power; also Hydrocele, Gonorrhoea,
Gleet, Stricture and all Private and Venereal
Diseases and Weaknesses of men quickly
Manager Borden Says He Won’t
Pull Down Now.
When the Fernandma base ball olub
played here Iset week, Manager Bor
den of that team went to Manager
Hirsch and said be wan’ed to with
draw the bet of SSCO for the games id
Savannah, and asked * permission to
withdraw the guarantee. Manager
Hirech would not agree to this, but
insisted on playing the games. Now
the latter wants to withdraw, aod the
former will not agree. The following
from Manager Borden is self explana
Fernandina, Fla., Aug 14.—1 have
notioed the recent correspondence in
your paper from Brunswick, in whiob j
it is said that my team played two
games in Brunswiok, so that I could
size up the Brunswiok team. I sim
ply wish to say that my club played
two games in Brunswick, and we beat
our opponents two straight games,
and this is exao ly what I went there
to do. Oil my visit there I did ask
Msnsger Hirsch to call off the three
games, for which SIOO bad been put up
by eaoh team, beoause 1 did not want
to feel compelled to play, and beoause
a backer of my olub bad put up the
money without oonsuiting me. How
ev> r, Manager Hirsob refused to con
sent to call it eff, and I told him I
would certainly play his olub as
agreed, and now I propose to play
these three games in Savannah for
SSOO, or he must lose his money al
ready put up. 1 am also in reoeipt of
a letter today from Mr. Hiraob, taking
that we agree to pull down, but he is
too late now, and the games must
stand as they were arranged and
agreed up- n.
Thom vs C Borden,
Manager Fernandioa Baseball Club.
Putting rood into a diseased stomach is tike
putting money into a pocket with holes. The
money Is lost. All its value goes for nothing
When the stomach is diseased, with the allied
organs of digestion and nutrition, the food
which is pat into it is largely lost. The nutri
ment is not extracted from it. The body is
weak and the blood impoverished.
Southern Railway announces rate
of one dollar for round trip to Savan
nah every Sunday tickets limited to
date of sale. Notice is givsp that
qo baggage will be checked on excur
sion tickets sold at rale of $1 for round
trip via Southern Railway:
Serna the KM You Have Always Bought
Ar esiau wells to drive at $250 each.
Rie and capacity guarantaed will
also gutrantee to complete wells in 15
days. Call on or address A. O. Baker,
205 Gloucester street.
THE HRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, AUGUST 16, 1900
Kidney and Urinary
cult, Too Frequent, Bloody or Milky Urine;
all functional diseases of the Heart, Lungs,
Liver and Stomach; also Catarrh, Rupture,
Rheumatism, Piles, Fistula and all Blood
and Skin Diseases and all Female Diseases
treated according to the latest and best
methods known to medical science.
cessful. Write for free book just published and
Symptom blank If you cannot call.
l. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D.
Dr. Hathaway & Cos.,
ZS Bryan Street, Savannah, Ga
MENTION THIS PAPER WHEN WRITING.
Oorreotod Dtilj by Capt. Otto Johanucaeit
Port of Bruns iek, Aug 15, 1900.
High water on Brunswick bar,
J August 16, 1900, 11:17 .m : rife 3,3.
Georgia- Thursday, fair. L j ght to
fresh southeasterly wind.
Norw. sbipTtlepon, Monseu Wood
Soh. Star of the Sea, Pettengall,
Bchr. Mirtba S. Bem>nt, Rulon,
Scbr. Bsile Wooster, SommerviTe,
Sahr. Henry Lippett, Hawes, Bath.
The best and quickest preparation
for cleaning gloves is the Laßelle
glove oleaner. For sale by H. V. Ad
derly. Try it.
WAYNE COUNTY POPULISTS.
JesuD, Aug. 15.—The populists met
here Saturday and nominated a full set
of county oflicers as follows; Senator,
Alfred Chansey; legislature, Dan R.
Johnson; clerk, George McCall; sheriff,
W. A. Bell; ordinary, John Masßey; tax
receiver, J. A. Bennett; tax collector, D.
H, Robertson; treasurer. Jas. W Har
per; coroner; J. W. Dumson; surveyor,
Sam Atkins; commissioners, P. R. Rich
ardson, G, B. Ritch, J. F. Surrency.
Berry Morgan and Randal Westherry.
W rite Dr. C. J. Moffett. St. Louis, Mo., for bis
valuable little Test iiina Waeli-List Book, free
TO RETRIEVE LAURELS.
Belfa t, Ireland, Aug. 15.—Dennis
Horgan, the Irish shot puter and hold
er of the world’s record, left Ireland for
America today. Richard Sheldon, of
the New York Athletic Club defeats 1
Horgan at the last English champion
ship. He felt his defeat so much that
he is coming back to retrieve his laur
els. He will probably become a m tu
ber of the Knickerbocker Athletic
V B. Conklin, Bowersville, o.,says: ‘‘l re
ceived more benefit from FOLEY’B KIDNEY
CURE than from months of treatment by phy
sicians.” Take no substitute. W. J. Butts.
New York, Aug. 16.—August .31,
September 8.70, October 54, December
Bear* the ltie Kind You Have Always Bought
The Woodward-Warren Compiny is
playiog in Atlanta. Tbia company
opens ibe season here.
Mrs. I, 8. Cohen returned from At
ill ■ ■
The Score Yesterday Was
Seven to One.
Tile Alabama Team Just
By Liuis J. Leavy, Jr.
Selma, Al< , Aug. 15.—the B uue
wick ba-eball club was again defeated
today by Selma, the rcore beirg 7 to 1
K-phan p : ch,d en excellent game
allowing only six Lite, and Bailey ol
the Selma's did just as well. Tn.
Alabama club made four runs in ibe
first inning, but tbe B unswick’s
rallied after that and held them dowD
In tbe gnme tomorrow M.’Afee will
pitch for Selma and Henley for Bruns
wick. Td6se sre undoubtedly the
two best pitchers in tbe South.
As tbe game tomorrow is our last
here the boys are going to work hard
to win it.
New York, Aug. 15—Miss Marguer
ite Gast, whose bicycle record of 1,000
miles was beaten recently by Mrs. Lind
say began her training today for a jour
ney of 2,000 miles, which she is to make
in the near future. She expects to re
gain her tit'e of champion cyclist in
this new venture. There has been much
opposition to women endangering their
health in till- manner and endeayors
were made to stop the practice without
success. Both Miss Gast and Mrs.
Lindsay suffered extreme exhaustion
from their long record breaking rides.
Lake Keuka, N. Y., Aug. 15.—The
second annual meeting of the Associa
tion Physicians of the Lake Keuka re
gion met here today and will cont’nue
through tomorrow. The programme is
long and yiried.
At this meeting the organization will
Ve further perfected by the consolida
tion with "the medical associations of
Steuben, Ontario, Chemung
and Yates counties.
REUNION DATES ADVANCED.
Augusta, Aug. 15.—The date for the
state reauion of confederate veterans in
Augusta have been advanced a week to
November 1C to suit the convenience of
Gen. Clement A. Evans, who had con
flicting engagements for the dates first
I'arie, Aug. 15. —William A. Burden,
the weli*-known Harvard foot-ball play
er, and sr nof I. Townsend Burden; F.
L. Higginson, the captain of the Har
vard crew, who is just recovering from
a broken leg; August Jay, Jr., and J.
L. Salterstall, arrived fr. m America to
day on a tour of the world.
Bears the Iho Kin(l Y° u Hav9 Always Bought
Money loaned on personal
property and real estate. Ap
ply to J. W- Wat Kins.
MITCiIEDD m THOMAS.
Livery, boarding and Bale stables.
Finest turnouts in tbe city.
Tel, 97. Newcastle Bt.
There are no better ;pills made than De-
Witt’s Little Early Risers. Always prompt
and certain. W. J. Butt’s.
PAW THE FAIR.
And Now ihe Kansas Girls Are Home
Paris, Aug. 15.--The stud ins s f the
Ivausas S ate University who w rked
their way to the Par s Exposition sell
ing ttereopi.icau views started on their
return trip tod y.
Anotter unique party from Keuo
county numbering about li ty will start
tomorrow. They comprise wliat is
knowu as the Paris Exposition Club,
and they I nemselves have raised the
money necessary to take in the exposi
la May a two years ago, Miss Mamie
Davis called a meetinog of her girl
chums in the little town of Reno, on
the prairies o! Western Kansas. Miss
Davis addressed the assembled girls as
'•Girls, we must go to the Paris expo
sition, and I have a plan to save enough
money to enable us to go. We don’t
need anew dress every few weeks be
cause our dresses don’t wear out; if
is just a chance we want; isn’t it? Now
let us change dresses with each other
and save the dress money that our folks
give us to put it in a common fund to
spend on a trip to Paris.
The girls decided to form the club, but
kept it a profound seeret. They called
upon their parents for dress money just
the (ame, but they never bought any
thing. They just changed dresses with
eanh other. The only difficulty eu
ceuntered was that Lydia Wilson was
larger than any of the rest and it was
hhrd to get and of the other girls’ dress
es that wonld fit her, but by altering
them considerably, the difficulty was
overcome. Iu this way each girl saved
$250, which is sufficient to show them
all the sights of the exposition.
Hustling young man can mike S6O
per month and expenses. l’erraanent
position. Experietca unnecessary.
Write quick for particulars, Clark &
Cos., 4’,h A ILiocua Streets. l’niladel
FOK SALE—A line piece of prop
erty, good business place right in tbe
heart of the oily, cheap. Apply at
221 Newcastle street,Brim,,wick,Geor
A woman may be beaten, but she rare
ly acknowledges it.
Fortify tbe body to resist malaria
germs by putting the system in perfect
order. Prick i.v Ash Pittkrs is a won
derful system regulator. W. J. Butts’
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, cool
and pleasant for summer, wi’li bath
oom. '4OO G street.
Chsap Rates Via Sou'hern Railway.
Chicago, 111. National Kncnmpmcnt Cl. A. It
August 27-Bept. 1 Tickets will be sold August
2G, 211 and 27, will) final limit Sept. 1, at rate of
.5 for the round trip.
It has been truly said that more men
fall in love than in war.
Best Way to Cure Backache.
Backaches are ciused by disorder in
kidneys. Foley's Kidneys Cure will
make the right, lake no substitute.
W. J. Butte.
A lame shoulder is usually caused by rheuma
tism of the muse’es, and may he cured hy a few
applications of Chamberlain's Pain Halm. For
sale by Dr. Bishop’s drugstore
• It costs only ons dollar to Havannah ;
and return via Southern Railway
For Bladder Troubles
use STUART'S GIN and
The skin is the seat of an almost end
less variety of diseases. 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
the proper action of tile skin.
To have a smooth, soft skin, free from
all eruptions, the blood 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, blit cannot remove per
manently the ugly blotches and the red,
Eternal vigilance Is the prloo
of a beautiful complexion
when such remedies are relied on.
Mr. IT. T. Shobe, 2704 Lucas Avenue, St. Louis,
Mo., says : “My daughter was afflicted for year*
with a disfiguring eruption on lier face, which
resisted all treatment. She was taken to two
celebrated health springs, but received no bene
fit. Many medicines were prescribed, but witli
out result, until we decided to try 3. 8. 8., and by
the time the first bottle was finished the eruption
began to disappear. A dozen bottles curea her
completely and left her skin perfectly smooth.
She is now seventeen years old, and not* 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 blood purifiers, and the
only one guaranteed purely vegetable.
Bad blood makes bad complexions.
Ss|Wj% purifies and invigo
igCV rates the old and
makes new, rich blood
I that nourishes the
wSW body and keeps the
skin active and healthy and in proper
condition to perform its part towards
carrying off the impurities from the body.
If you have Eczema, Tetter, Acne, Salt
Rheum, Psoriasis, 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 tliis service.
SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA. G*.
AT E. EARLE i, 203 Newcastle St.
Also a large assortment of children’s
ha.tsand bonnets, laces, zephyrs, worst
ed hair goods and switches made to
order a specialty.
For Nervousness, Rack-Ache, Despondency
lnsomar.in, Sexual Impotency, and all diseases
resulting from Early Errors and Later Excegnes
Over-Work and Worry, which if neglected,com
pletely undermine the system, often resulting in
INSANITY und DEATH.
If you have any of the above symptoms
MEXICAN MIXTURE WILL CUKE YOU
IT HAS NO EQUAL.
Develops Youthful Strength and Vigor to ever*
part of the body. Avoid quack doctors. Refuse
substitutes. Got MEXICAN MIXTURE. Im
mediate effects. Permanent results. Recent
discovery. Phenomenal success. Hundreds o
testimonials. SI.OO per box. G for $5.00. Posi
tive guarantee with every $r.,00 order to rerund
the money if cure is not effected. It is not a
stimulant, but a rebull.ler. Try it and he con
vinced, Send stamp fr pampblt.ilA ederss
brown Drug ( ; 0., Sole Agts
for Hoi Wtiihr.
Breakfist is the moat im
portant meal of the day to
many business men. The
day starts with it, and if
ttnugs go wrong at break
fast they are apt to go
wrong ali day. Boy yoor
breakfast foods here and
you will be sure of a good
meal and a good temper. I
Cream of Wheat,
312 Newcastle Street.
jfr yjgrci ’l l IJfh Biff €4 for unnatural
In It> r, nH diHcharffPH,lnflammation*,
(iu*rßDi’cti‘ ■ Irritation* or ulcprutiou*
A?**? not t<> ittri ture. of IiIUCOUH niMiibrafiHUs
l*r Vi-nt* < ’lita.’lnn. I’aifllf'HH, llfl'l lint ÜBtrlU*
gTSytit fcvana Cmemicai Cos. lnt or poisonous.
WvC'UCINNtTI.O H Bold by Ururrtsta,
I! it a H'-nt in plain wrnppm
I‘Y express, prepaid, Sof
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