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The Brunswick Call.
The Brunswick Times-Call.
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Never tell a woman elie is pretty. She
Since his acceptance speech, Bryan
stock has advanced considerably.
Charleston is to bo pitied. The any
clout city lias a sensational preacher.
1 he "Willie and his papa" corto .nist
of the Chicago American gold
Joo Wheeler saved Bryan's son.
Fighting Joe is always on hand when
The business league is dead, but there
is some probability of the hoard of
trade revival. ,
Wc want genuine peace or genuine
war in China, This would not ho of the
great benefit will come through the
Georgia Cotton Growers' Association if
We are glad to learn that Cumberland
Island bas not been sold. It would be
a pity to close the popular resort.
C. P. Huntington began life as a sev
eu-dollai>per month farm hand. He
died leaving an estate worth fiTty mill
The Macon papors aro doing their
share towards making the Btreet fair a
success, Newspapers generally hold up
The Timkb-Call hos the largest cir
culation of any paper ever published In
Brunswick. This Is something the mer
chant should think about.
The First Annual Keuuiou and En
campment of lbe Soldiers and Sailors of
the Sptnish-American War will be
held at Chattanooga, Tenn., on October
If there was a law lu Georgia com
pelling'accusers to pay [all cost in
crimiual cases when tltv trials result iu
an acquittal. Mr, Krauss would have to
Some of our local minist-irs are not
satisfied with the posiiiou of thoTiuns-
Csi LOii the Sunday closing agitation.
The Times-Call is a liberal newspaper
an l believes in a liberal construction of
this law, We want to ray that our
columns are open for discussion and the
ministers are invited to say exactly
What they thiuk.
A LITTLE PREMATURE.
We see by several of the Georgia
papers that Hon. Pope Brown will
shortly announce for governor in 1902.
The trouble with Georgia now is too
much politics and we think Mr. Brown
might wait at least a year before enter
ing the arena. It is foo soon to talk
HAD A GREAT BRAIN.
Collls P. Huntington's life shows
what a great aracunt ot brains and a
little good luck will do. He started as
a farm hand and became probably the
greatest railroad operator iu the world.
The story of Uuntington’s life Is indeed
The lad; Huntington, was very en
gaging, and he formed the acquaint
ance of ODe belaud Stanford, a young
fellow about his age. Leland Stanford
knew a youog man named Mark Hop
kins was acquainted with an energetic
fortune seeker named Crocker.
The four, C. P. Huntington, Leland
Stanford, Mark Hopkins and Charles
Crocker, trudged across country to Cali
fornia, and there talked if their hard
They conceived Ihe idea of the Central
Pacific, and they set to work to dig
gold out of the ground with which to
build a railroad to connect the Atlantic
and Pacific—a scheme which in those
days was considered the wildest dream
a vagrant fancy could conceive
But the Central Pacific was conceiv
ed and built, and it made millions. Then
the four partners, now rich beyond the
dreams of Avarice, parted, Sanford to
go to Washington, Huntington to iden
tify himself with St. Louis and New
Fork, Hopkins to retire to his magni
ficent country home in the Berkshires
and Charles Crocker to remain in Cali
fornia to instruct his sons In the art of
keeping a fortune together.
Strange to say, none of the other of
these men reared sons iu finance.
Mark Hopkins left only an adopted
sou, and I.eland Stanford, Josinghis la
mented boy at tho in ure ting age of 16
years, left his money to the university
named after him.
Excess ot money briugs excess of
trouble, and Mr. Huntington found that
an active busmens life meant litigations,
for hie estates had become so, spread,
ami his interest so great that disputes
were inevitable. In 1880, in his ,60th
year, he removed to New York, and soon
after built the magnificent house on the
corner of Fifili avenue and Fifiy-aov
entb street, which, for strange reasons,
ho has occupied scarcely at all since it
Tho populists ct Wayne county have
uomiuatcd a county Uncle Ben
Mlllikin's crowd absolutely refuse Jto
The supremo court of Georgia has
just rendered a decision which declares
that Atlanta's priutiug ordinance allow
ing i tty printing to be done by union
printers only it illeeiU and unconstitu
The ordinance as adopted lu A'lauta
prevented the non-union printers from
bidding for the city printing, and it was
for this reason that the tight was made.
The content'on of the non-union print
ers was that the ordinance was uncon
stitutional and the supreme court sue
taiued the contention, afilrmiug the de
cision of Judge Lumpkin According
to the decision the uon-union printers
THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, AUGUST 17, 1900.
can hereafter bid for the city work.
Mr. Justice Lumpkin, rendering the
decision of the court, said: "A munici
pal corporation, though not required by
its charter to let contracts for its public
work to the lowest bidders, and though
clothed as to such ma'ters with the
broadest discretionary powc-, has ho
authority to adopt an ordinance pre
scribing that all work of a designated
kind shall he given exclusively to per
sons of a prescribed class. Such an or
dinance isultrayires and illegal, because
It tends to encourage monopoly and de
feat competition, and all contracts made
in pursuance thereof are void.”
Judgeit affirmed. All concurring.
An undertaker opened a business in
Brunswick some time ago, and after re
maining here two months removed to
Pernamlina. We are casting no re
flections on the little Florida city.
The war in the Philippines has been
going od now for just one year and a
half. For eighteen weary mouths the
best blood of the United States has been
drained into a repulsive and apparently
bottomless swamp of guerrilla fighting
that leads to nothing, and we haye spent
on the wretched job more money than
the democratic party undtr Jefferson
and Monroe needed to triple the area of
When we began the war witli Spain a
nation of eighteen million people, with
& considerable navy and army that could
call upon a million tra ned men, a treas
ury and a complete organized govern
ment, we fought her to a standstill in
three months and a half, and we never
put more than 20.000 men on our fight
ing liue, To suppress 2,000,000 unor
ganized Tagals, in wlia’ we have never
recognized as a war, we are using 05,-
000 men, and after eighteen months of
fighting we do not seem much nearer
success than we were in the beginning.
J Docs not this imply atrocious mis
nSißgcmen?BomcwhcreV And how long
is it to be gt pt up?.,
UChina proper, the "Middle Kingdom,”
is divided into 18 provinces, each gov
erned by a governor, more commonly
spoken of as a viceroy, who is directly
responsible lo tbe emperor who appoints
him, for all tho administration of his
province, civil, military, judicial and
Prof. L. O. Howard, of the Agricul
tural Department, is quoted as saying
that the twelfth census will show an
"astonishing development” of the api
arian industry in this country, Some
of the facts that he states in evidence
of tho present importance of the in
dustry, will. themselve* .astonish most
•ite . -*•*>.*. -
people in ilus beeless part of the coun
The race for epeaker protein of the
house of represenatives this jear will be
very warm. There are three cai didates
for the place—M. I, Johnson of Bartow,
N. A. Moiris of Cobb, and Fondren
Mitchell of ThomasviUe '
44 The Prudent Man Sctteth
His House in Order/"
Your human tenement should be given
even more careful attention than the
house you live in. Set it in order by
thoroughly renovating your whole system
through blood made pure by taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla. Then every organ
will act promptly and regularly.
Is the sweetest season in human life, aa
it is in Nature generally. It is the time
of promise. As the young girl draws
near to that mysterious line "Where
womanhood and girlhood meet,” her
whole destiny is in a measure being de
termined. How ________________
often the sweet ttV s"
young girl, under
the influence of L JaAMy/cyVjjrA
the change, with- r\
ers and droops
like some blighted C
bud. Nature gen- flk A
erally needs some s!
little help at this iS w //f J//V(?FY‘ N
critical period, and Si ''! '
this help in its In j
best form is con- > i.iWCA
tabled in Doctor MaVItWV \
Pierce’s Favorite ilv- i Cj
Prescription. It -VdCs/
establishes regu- pSareraSmiye'
larity, and gives ■
the vigor of per- ’ y." ■ v \
feet health to the \
womanly organs. \
It contains no al- Vs ®SsEi!3y . \
cohol, neither opi- . I . \
uni, cocaine, nor ij J ♦ K .Jr 1
other narcotic. / / V*
Miss Emma I,ee, of
Williford. Sharp Cos., IA ' j V* 1
Ark., writes: "I was j H'l) l .’# ,\ r.
suffering severely and \yy yjd 1 H .(\ >
tried several doctors’ lA'W’l yd/wffi -J If -
remedies, but received ’A V* eAf.qqf |
only very little relief; ' c'C\ /e’ id
therefore. I feel it my -e , .
duty to write and let
other sufferers know what your ' Favorite Pre
scription ‘ and 'Golden Medical Discovery’ and
■ Pleasant Pellets,' have done for me. I took
eight butties of ‘ Favorite Prescription' and
‘Golden Medical Discovery,' six vials of the
‘Pellets,’ also one bottle of your ‘Compound
Extract of Smart-Weed.' As soon as I had taken
the first bottle I could see that the medicine
was helping me. I hail disease of internal or
gans with bronchitis and catarrh. I also used
the locat treatment you suggested."
The sluggish liver can he cured by
the use of Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrt.
Alfred Cornell fell from the piszza
yeeterday and breks her arm. Phyri
mans were hastily turnin'ned and
dressed the broken limb.
Deafness Osnnot Be Cared
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the eir
There is only ore way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is eausid by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining ol the Kits
tacliinn Tube. When this tube gets in
flamed, you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing; and wbin it is eii
tirely closed, deafness is the lesult, and
unless ihe inflammation can be taken out
and this tube restored to its noimal con
dition, hearing wi’l he destroyed forev- r.
Nine cases out of ten are caused by ca
tarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed
condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Do lars for
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & Cos , Toledo, O
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall’s Family Pills are tbe best.
Borne men are shortsigb'ed who
don’t wear glasses.
A Minister’* Good Work*
“I had a severe attack of bilious colic, got a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrluea Remedy, took two doses anil was en
tirely cured,” says Rev. A. A. Power, of Empo
ria, Kan. w My neighbor across thest eetwas
sick for over a week, had two or thiee boitles o
medicine from the doctor. He used them for
three or four days without relief, then calh and in
auothoi doctor who treated him for some days
and gave him no relief, so discharged him. 1
went over lo Fee him the next ir.on.iug, He
said his bowels were in a terrible fix, that they
had be* n r.inning off so long that it was almost
bl >ody flux. I asked him if he had tri and Cham
berlain's Colic, Choleic and Dlarrluea Ken edy,
ami he said, *No.’ I went home and brought
him my bottle and gy e him otu and se; told him
totaKO another d*se iu flfteen or twenty min
utes if he did not And relief, but he took no
more, and was entirely cured. I think it the
best medicine I have ever tried." For sale by
l>r. Bishop’s drug store.
A cycler may be Indefatigable with
out being tireless.
It’s a doctor’* business to study
health. Doctors confidently recom
mend HARPKR Whiskey. Sold by
T. NEWMAN, Brunswick, tig.
•Willi buy a Model 59 Columbia Chainless Bicycle.
Will buy a Model 51 Ladies Chainless Bicycle.
Will buy a Ladies Cushion Frame Bicycle- This is
something nice- Try one —buy one!
sls OO tO $20.00
W ill buy a good Ladies’ or Cents’ Bicycle, at the
W. 11. BOWEN. J. N. BRADT,
BOWEN & BRADT,
ANO E3l I H OEIRS
Of Stone. Brick and Frame Buildings
Manufacturers of Cement. Tile and;Artilieial Stone.
CWitfMnr (§t Summer
* 4kM . * bargains™
A cleaiance sa'e to make room for ne* goods
-1 Parlor Suit, 5 piecep, worth $lO, now $29.
1 Oak Rvfrigpraror, worlti S2O now sls. a
1 Oak Bed Room Suite, 3 piece-, worth $25, now $lB
•ted Loung°s, worih $lO, now sl2.
Oentre Tablet 5) cents to SG.
loe Cream Frfezrs dor'll $2 .50 it $1 os
A large assortment of Sideboards, Cupboards Bp
Prices Balow tlia Market. MEM-
CHUE HALL, Proprietor
You can get the best the market affords by eating here
215 QRANT ST,
EVERY BARREL SELECTED has s'ood our quality test. Failure to come
up to 'herequired standard means failure to form part of our stick of Wines and
Liquors. Ouiy ibat which is good valut for money is offered.
F=?- V. CDCD l_J C3 L.AS,
206 Bav Street.
Mil SEMINARY ££&&•£&
Macou and Baltimore Woman’s College. Primary, Acad. nUc, Music, Arr
Elocution and Business courses. Small classes. Individual work.’ New
building. Home life. Pupils enter Yassar, Wellesley and Rindilpb-Maoou
0 n certificates. Next session begins September Gtb. For illustrated catalogu
address Mrs. W. T. Chandler, Principal,Llewllyn D. Scott, Associate Pri ncip