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FINE NEW HORSES.
Chief Green Hu a Handsome New
Chief John C. Green, nf, the Are de
partment, was smiling yesterday a
broad pleasing smile wbiob snowed
tome’hing bad pleated him very muob,
Tbe cause of the Chiefs bappioes.
was a handsome pair of new borses
for truok number 1. Tbe two floe
specimen of burse flesh were purohased
from Mess. Mitohell & Thomas and it
ia said that they set tbe oity baok
about two hundred eaob, but from tbe
looks of tbuse excellent horses that
was chesp. Mr. Green bitched tbe
pair np let nigbt and gave them a
drive down Newcastle and they polled
the wagon aa easily aa t: e average
pair wonld a boggy. Of course it will
take aims time to train there horses
but when this ia done there will not
be a better team in the whole country.
If yon wish to cure screfula or salt Wieum
permanently, take Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It ex
pels all impurities from the blood.
For Bladder Troubles
use STUART'S GIN and
SOLD SODA WATER.
B itb Messrs, Butt* aud Brown Dis
pensed Cool Drinks.
Mr. Krame will now bay several to
swear out warrant! for new that moat
of the soda water and oonfeotionery
establishments remained open Sunday.
Manager Bnowo, of the Brown Diug
Company, announoed in tbe paper
that he would tell soda water, otgars,
tobaooo, eto„ and thia must have
j-.rred Mr. Krauss. Up to a late hour
last night not one of tbe dealers had
b ei arrested.
Go to Jim Carter’s, when you want
your clothes cleaned.
Basra the A The Kind You Have Always Bought
There Will Be Little Opposition To
The Regular Nominees.
I-iaomeof the Georgia counties tie
nominees of the Democratic party have
hot Qght on their bands, but here
Giy nr, the gentlemen who were named
at the recent primary will have no
trouble in getting the dealred’number
of rotes at the final election. This is
a healthy state of affairs.
Toe lack of energy you f.ei the
backache and a run down condition
generally, all mean kidney disorder.
Foley’s Kidney Cure will restore your
strergth and rigor by in. bug tbe
kidneys well. Take no substitute.
W. J. Butts.
Tbe lsb„r day committees from the
different unions held an interesting
meeting laat night to dssonss plans
for tbe Labor Day celebration and
many of |tbe details for thiaceiasion
were discussed and laid. Committees
ware appointed to soliolt funds to de
fray tbe expenses for tbe parade.
Thie committee w>ll meet daily and
public will be fully advised.
Cept. G. H. Merrifield, manager of
tbe labor day ceitbration, will an
nounce the locality of bis headquar
ter* tomorrow. Tbe comm ttee will
meet again tooignt.
J. W, Watkins will loan
you money on personal prop
erty and real estate.
to Cure Backache.
Backaobes are csused by disorder in
kidneys. Foley’s Kidneys Cure will
make the rigbt. Take no substitute.
W. J. Butts.
MR, CALDERWOOD DEAD.
Mr Irvin Calderwood died at tbe res
idence of his son-in-law, Mr. G. M.
Jones, 709 Howe street, Sunday alter
noon at 5:30 o'clock. The funeral ser
vices were conducted by J. B. Game, of
I the Methodist church, assisted by Rev.
‘ W. M. Gilmore of the Baptist church,
trom bis late residence yesterday after
noon at 4 o’clock. The services were
concluded at Palmetto cemetery by Rev
Game. Tbe following acted aa pall
bearers: Judga Dillon, Drs. Branham
and Blain, Messrs Coney and LaMance
and Capt Ingram.
A wife and two children, Dr. S. H.
Calderwood of Boston, Mass., and Mrs.
G. M. Jones of this city, survive him.
Mr. Calderwood was a devout member
of the Mtthodist church. In 1876 be
wag a delegate to the General Confer
ence of tbe Methodis* church held in
Baltimore, Be held a number of prom
inent positions in the state and church
of Maine, his native state.
Truly, the world was made better by
iris having lived in it. His strict hon
esty lu business relations, hi* purity of
thought and life, won for him the high
est esteem and admiration of those who
Tbe Dread of people with weak lungs
who suffer with stubborn, eougbs is
consumption. Foley’s Honey and Tar,
if taken iu time, oures tbe oold, basis
the lungs and always oures inoipient
Consumption. W. J. Butts.
Jim Carter represents Wanamaker&
Brown Examine their goods.
Everything in tbe grooery line to
be found at W. H. DeVoe’a.
IT 13 OVER NOW.
The Trouble in Liberty is About at an
From advice* received from Liberty
county, It is safe to say that the race
trouble there is over. From a gentle
man who returned from there some day*
ago, tbe Timeb-Cxll is lead to believe
that the presence of a few level headed
people and the absence of mean whiskey
would have prevented most of tbe fra
cas. Let it be hoped tbat fighting will
not be resumed.
rite Dr. C. J. Moffett, St. Louis, Mo, for his
valuable little Teethina Wash-List Book, free
Among other canned vegetables,
you’d And Spinach, wbiob I* better
than freab. W. H. Do Vos.
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
MUST BE HOT.
An engineer on one of tbe railroad*
entering Brunswick sccountcd for the
delay of his train by saying that it
so hot up the rosd that tbe traok was
bent and tbe tram crew bad to get off
and straigU9n it tefoe tbs train
The quicker you a top that cough the less
danger there will be of.fatal lung Jtrouble. Cn
One Minute Cough Cure It the only harmless
remedy that gives immediate results. You will
like it. W. J. Butts.
Finest line of groceries to be bad, at
W. U. DeVoe’s.
Call at DeVoe’s wbeo you are in
need of something nice in tbe grooery
Bears the Tl Kind You Have Always Bought
There are no better pills made than De-
Witt's Little Early Risers. Always prompt
and certain. W. J. Butt’s.
King up phone 109 when in need of
I tbe fioest goods. W. H. Devoe.
THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, AUGUST 21. 1900'
LA BOURGOYNE CLAIMS.
The Cate Will Bo Called In New York
New York, Aug. 20 —The hearing of
the olaiin* against the French Lin*,
whose steamship, La Bourgovne, sank on
July 4,1898, off Sabel Island with great
loss of life, will begin tomorrow. There
are 63 claimants in all. and the claims
stated on papers filed amount to $1 206,-
584 75, Twenty-one claims, in which
tbe amounts are not stated, will bring
tbe sum total up to about $1,500,000.
A petition of the French Line prays
for a limitation of is liability for loss
caused by the collision which resulted
In tbe foundering of the French liner
The limitation, according to the Fedtra'
statue upon which the petition i, made,
i* '.he value of the ship and the freight
pending. Inasmuch *s all tbat was left
of the ship was a boat and a life raft and
the freight sunk with the ship, the lia
bili’y of the company is practically lim
ied to nothing.. These fore all of these
claims may be cut off without a cent.
The Enigbts of Pythias who take the
Detroit trip, are an icipating & pleasant
Let Jim Carter have one more look at
the old summer suit, aud yon wont have
to buy anew one till winter.
The Clyde Icne steamer will si‘ for
Boston this afternoon
Had About Twenty-Five Keys in His
Yesterday tfternoon, Kiohmond
Cross,an attache of Judge Lambrlgbi’a
court, osp'ured a dangerous negro
burglar. Tbe mao was caught eoter
inga loaded oar on tbe Plant System
traok and Cross immedlaMj started
out to And bim. He bad no troable
in looatirg bis man but bad a great
struggle in getting him to jail Offi
cer Isaac Smith, of tbe polioe foroe,
came up when tbe struggle was at its
height and assisted in landing tbe
desperado in the oounty look-up. Oo
the aegre’s person wes found a bun oh
of about twenty five keys of all
deroription, Most of tbe keys stem to
be to store doors. Tbe offloers seem to
think tbat they have oapursi s
Manager Wolffe will return to the
city next week and prepare for the open
ing of tbe Benson. The Woodward-
Warren company is the first attraction,
and It is a Brunswick favorite.
Dont throw away the old suit until
you have seen Jim Carter,
Paris, Aug. 20.—A despatch received
here from Shanghai, says that a force
of Americans are now landing there.
Now is the time to make the old suit
do its beat. See Jim Carter.
Jim Carter does the best work when
it comes to cleaning clothes,
ST. SIMON NEWS.
Most of tbe oottageri bare returned
to their homes and no newooesars
The nights at this placa are delight
ful now. While tbe people in the oi y
are sweltering, a blanket is not tbe
Tbe death yesterday of little Miss
Smith bat caused great aorrow, not
only at tbe Arnold House, but at tbs
Pier and everywhere else. Tbe little
girl was a general favorite.
Beauty !■ Blood Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Caaearcts, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lasy liver and driving all im
purities from the body. Begin today to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets,—beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
The Mother of Consumption.
How this Dread Disease May be Prevented and
Cured—The Greatest of Specialists Writes
on the Subject.
Catarrh Is the mother of consumption.
By this I do not mean that every case of entarrh de
£velopes into consumption, hut I
do meun Hint catarrh when un
checked. and when Riven the
proper opportunities for exten
sion from its place of beginning,
which is the nasal nasnageß,
deeper and deei>er along the
breathiDß tract, invariably ends
in Consumption of tho Luurr.
Catarrh seldom destroys any
considerable part of the mucous
surface of tbe upper air pass
ages; It inflames and congests
them, causinß usually a super
abundant and offensive die
charge; out when It reaches the Intensely delicate
lining of thehalr-llke lunß tubes and little lung cells,
the mflamatlon and conßestion which it causes,
closes these small air passaßes and, allowing the
putrid discharßed matter to accumulate, causes a rot
ting away of the membrane, resulting in whHt w©
call Consumption of the Lungs.
THE TENDENCY OF CATARRH.
The tendency of catarrh, w hen it has once obtained
a foothold In any portion of the mucous membrane
which lines every cavity of tho body, is to constantly
extend in every direction.
Catarrh in almost every instance starts with what Is
commonly known as cold In the head. This cold Is
added to by another, because of some extra exposure
or weakeninß of tbe system and becomes chronic.
Nasal catarsh is tho result Unless a radical cure of
this condition Is effected, the disease passes rapidly
to the throat to the bronchial tubes, and then to the
Consumption cannot be cured. New lungs cannot
bo made for a man any more than new fingers or a
new nose; but catarrh can be cured In all Its stages
except this final and always fatal one.
A CERTAIN CURE.
In an experience of twenty years, during which
time I have treated many thousands of cases of aP
forms of catarrh, I have never yet failed to effect a
radical and permanent cure. The method I employ
Is one exclusively my own, and tho remedies which I
use are prepare and under my personal direction In m>
Man y people imagine they bare Consumption when
In reality the disease hits not quite reached that
stage. 1 am treating and curing cases of this sort
every day. So long as the process of decay has not
begun in the lungs themselves, lean make the patient
perfectly well and strong again.
BEGIN AT ONCE.
Let me once more urge all catarrhal sufferers to
begin treatment at once, for a month of treatment
now is better than the three months later on.
I shall make for the next month a specially low fee
for the treatment of catarrh not complicated bv
other diseases, making no extra charge for all med
icines, etc., that may be required.
J. NEWTCN HATHAWAY, M. D.
Dr. Uathaway & Cos.,
85 Bryan Street, Savannah, tia.
MENTION TIHS TAPER WHEN WHITT NO,
Of New Jersey, Appointed First As
sistant Postmaster General.
Washington, Aug. 20.—Postmaster
General Smith this afternoon announc
rd the appointment of Slate Senator
William M. Johnson, of New Jersey, as
first assis'ant postmaster general, made
vacant by the resiguatiin of Perry 8.
TIMES-CALL JOB OFFICE.
Those who want the best work, at
the luweat figures, should bring it to
this tffioe. On large dodgers, our
prices and work will make you a con
stant customer, if you will give us tbe
first jib. Ring up 31, aud a silioitor
FOR SALE —At a bargain, either
cash or installment, the 7-room house
on Stonewall, between Mock and Glou
cester. known as the Brady or Barrie
place. Also the vacant lot corner of
Lee and Gloucester, 100x125 feet.
Geo T. Bailey, Central Hotel.
National Convention of the Christian
Church. Kantas City, Mo., October
On account of the above occation
SOUTHERN RAILWAY will eell round
rip ticket! to Kaneaa City, Mo., and re
turn, from all point! on It! line!, at rate of
One Firit Clasa Fare for the round trip,
plua $4.00. Ticket! will be aold October
Bth, 9th and 10th, with final return limit
October 23rd, 1900, inoluaive.
Peraona at non-coupon atationa will
kindly notify the ticket agent aeveraldaya
in advance of their contemplated depart
ure, in order that he may eupply himaelf
with proper form of ticketa.
Annual Convention, National Baptist As
sociation, Richmond, Va., September
On account of this occasion, SOUTH
ERN RAILWAY will aell round trip tick
eta to Richmond, Va., and return, at rate
of One Firat Clasa Fare for the round trip,
from all point! on lta lines, except from
Washintfton, D. C.,and Alexandria, Va.
Tiokets will be aold September 10th, 11th
and 12th, with final limit September 22nd,
For further and detailed information as
to rates, reservations, schedules, etc., call
upon or write any agent of the Southern
Railway or its connections, or to
8. H. Habdwicx,
Asst. Uao. Pass. Agent,
For Diabetes use
STUART’S GIN and
9 oo Drops
AVirgelable i’re panition for As
ling the Stomachs and Bowels of
ness and Rest .Contains neither
Opium. Morphine nor Mineral.
RotktlU Sails -
Atlist Seed +
111 Carbmnbr Soda *
Aperfecl Remedy forConsliivi
Ron , Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature or
Alb months old*;!
]SDO S F S- }JCIN T S
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
TANARUS, O’CONNOR Q. L. PITCHER
FIRE. STORM- ACCIDENT, MARINE.
T O’CONNOR & CO
310 NEWCASTLE feTKEET.
SHORTER COLLEGE, &.;
■ Climate delightful and invigorating. Health record ,
a unparalleled Home comforts, careful supervision Young girls received. All
1 l —' live with the faculty In the college Kullilliirm worth IIMi.iMHi. Kaulpmont
.V excellent, well appointed laboratories, good gymnasium, etc. Faculty, large, 1
1 \ f k a,u * r 11,11 of Able and experienced professors and i
I /"A* iTHuß.utFc? l .. ijnriVy-fla ./£*h ment, ensuring students superlative advantages at moderate cost The Trustees ,
I TT- grant® mimhor of seholmshi| s to deserving young Indies. Art and Elocution
flfrHßuttjVritf'il] lIp.AUaV departments aldy con ducted T 1 lisle Faculty unsurpassed in America; musical
Ii I mYjWiSsrlv o cijuipnient excellent A PRIZE PIANO 'gift of a generous friend of
I dUH | Jl Jr 11 tjM | [tf cd ucationi. to he award- if ' N-l work Ihisis a t wo-1 lion-Mini-dal lur
<c^l '2*Rri R'* l t A lnvi Piano perhaps the grand, st musical pri/o ofterd
in any college world rin*; the term aM space Ynunn
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No. 87 Ho; 80. Tims labie Kc. 88. NO.IO
!.. . Passenger I Mixed NO. 35 j i Passenger Mixed
!!*!!!!!.*!!! Effective Sunday, Daily. Daily. j
Daily. Daily. May 2712:01 am
1 7 15am.... sCopm... lv Brunswick ir 11 30pra.... 10 ]sa n...
9 15am.... 800 pm... ar Waycross lv 950 Pm— 716 an... ]
945 pm... 10 89 pm... lv Wayeross ar 7 45pm... 0 45am....
l2 20 pm... 145 am... ar Tifton lv 5 15pm.... 2 15am.... .
l2 40,pm... 200 am . lv Tiftton ar 5 10pm. 2 00am.... 1..
2 10pm... 460 am... ar Albany lv 4 46pm.... 1201am....|
1160pm... 12 10am... ar Savanuali lv 400 pm.... 2 15am
!.. .. 419 pm... 628 am... ar Charleston lv .... 11 15mu
l2 50am... 10 30pm... ar Jacksonville lv 746 pm.... 6 roan
!!!!.!!!!.! iiOpm.V. i 86am.. ar rhonftasvllle lv 5 80pm.... 2 00am....
9 00pm BCoaj). ar Tampa lv 7 30am.. 7 05pnr
" V A WAYCKUsS & M'.)N TItDMKKY . _
715 am... 6 00pm lv Brunswick ai 111 80 am... 10 15 am
916am... 800 pm... ar , Waycroa* D] 9 60am... 7 16am
920 pm. 8 10am... ai Montgomery D ll 25 am.. 746 pm
l3 26a m... II 69 am... ar It rnungham; D|B 4v am.. 4 06 jra
6 60am ... 710 pm... ar Nasnville D 221 am. 9 00am
l2 26pm... 280 am... ar Louisville h 918 pm. 265 am
4 06pm ... 705 am... ar Cincinnati D 5 45 pm. 11 00pm
HI.. 7 16pm... 720 am... ar St. Leu is lv 828 a in. 8 6opm
VIA SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON.
716 am.. 600 cm Ev Brunswick kr U2o pin io 16 am
11 69am J 2 10am. Ar Savannah Lv 600 m 2 15ain
489 m.. 6 13am. Ar Charleston Lv 6 50am 11 15pm
Bcl am.. 726 i m.. Ar Richmond Lv 648 pm 005 ain
7 10am. 1120 pm. Ar Waabington Lv 307 pin 480 am
8 2oam . 103 am. Ar Baltin ore Lv 146 pm *65 am
10 35 am.. 850 am Ar Philadelphia Lv 1138 am 12 20 am
ll6 pm. 653 am Ar New York Lv 855 am 925 pm
Direct connection made at Wavcroes with inroi n I'uLmae Sleeping Car* roi Savannah
Charleston, and all points North; also fo. Mont-(miry, Rirminghtui, Nashville, St. Louts
and all points West,
Reeling Chairca s between Waycross and Monlgomer-. via Thornnsville.
Between Port Tampa. Key West and Havana.
GOING. | RETURNING.
Lr Port Tampa 10 00 pm Mon. Ttaurs. Sat. I Lv Havana 2 30 pm Mon. Wed. and Sat
Ar Key West. 3 0:i pmTuee. Erl. Sun I Ar Key West 9 00 pin Mon. Weil, and Sat.
Lt Key West 9 00 pm Tues. Erl. Sunday I Lv Key West 10 00 p m. Mon. W. and. and Sat
Ar Havana 6 00 am Wed. Sat Mon I Ar Port Tampa 2 30 am Tues. Thur. and Sun ■ ■
8. R. KNOTT, Vico President,Savannah,Ga.
W.u. DENHAM, GKO. WT, COATES. K. W. WBKNN
General Bupt Division Pass. Agent. Pass. Traffic Mgr
Savannah, Ga Brunswick, Ga. Savannah, Ga
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Bears the I
j\ Jfv In
U* For Over
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY.