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The Brunswick Call.
The Brunswick Times-Call.
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lira nswick, Ga.
The foreigners of Pekin have been
eared; what next?
From what we can understand had
whiskey caused most of the trouble in
Mies Jewett says she is a while negro,
but in the oplniott of the public she is
a white fool.
Savannah is the home of the shirt
waist agitatiou. Now the Forest City
wants is policemen to go coatless.
With a lew manufacturing enterp.lscs
and our excellent harbor, Brunswick
would indeed be the hot bed of pros
Congressman Mattox bas opposition
the person of a f tißion candidate. This
opposition will only last until election
The negroes in Montgomery, Ala,,
have boycotted the street cars In that
city. The city council passed an ordi
nance requiring separate scats for white
and colored people.
We are Informed that the politicians
have already traded for the governor
ship two years hence. The people will
have something to say about thia trade
The Philadelphia Press, a leading
south hating newspaper, gives the New
York race riot no mention. The Press
used wood type to tell of the trouble in
Capt. Newman has devoted most of
his time since the organization of the
fair association to this patriotic project
snd he has declined to accept remuner
ation for hit work. Any city should be
proud of a man of this type.
The Augusta Chronicle remarks that
the New York papers jump on the police
for not preserving order and dispersing
the mob. This is all very well but how
do these papers account for the mob
among tLeir superior civilization and
am-dsi lovers of the poor colored man.
HOW AN EDITOR DECLINED
A Georgia editor thus declines to be
come a candidate for oilier:
' No, kind but deluded friends the
mission of the hireling who holds the
plow handles of this paper is to keep the
fires burning on the altar of liberty and
tbe beacon light bl zing on the shore ot
time at $1 p-r blaze, invariably iu ad
vanes. He does not hunger or thirst af
ter official life, He did think once
he would like to go to the legislature,
but lie has grown in grace since then
and purified his system of that unholy
deslie. Since iheu he has not yearned a
single yea.u nor hankered a tingle hank
alter political distinction.
THE POWERS TRIAL.
Those who have read the daily accounts
of the Powers trial expected a miatriai or
a verdict of guilty, and we are sure tbe
finding of the jury was in accordance
with the evidence In the case.
In our judgment tbe crime of Powers
is far worse than that of Bressi, who as
sassinated King Humbert. The latter,
a semi-maniac, believing he was doing a
favor, crazed and drove on, put a bul
let into the heart of a good king. He
thought God had destined him to end
the days of this ruler. In other words,
he feels now that he has done only his
duty. But think of the Kentucky mur
der. Caleb Powerß, secretary of state,
organized a mob of mountain heathens,
filled them with whiskey and carried
them to the capi'al of the Blue Grass
state for one purpose, and that was the
shedding of blood. He was the origi
nator of the plot to murder Governor
Goebel. He lucked the manhood to
face this fear ess man in the open, but
like the villain and coward that he is,
hired and paid an assassin to shoot from
ambush, and selected the state house,
the secretary of state’s office, to conceal
a murderer who was to get a reward
for putting a bullet into the heart of
The killing of Lincoln and Garfield
do not compare with this horrible crime,
and now this convicted murderer issues
a card and declares the trial a farce; as
serfs that not only tbe democrats but
tho republicans on the jury that tried
him were bought Let Kentucky en
force this jury’s verdict and the old
state of Daniel Boone will ri-e to the
exalted position it once occupied.
MADAME WU ON MARRIAGE.
Madame Wu, wife ot the Chinese
minister, is an entertaining critic of
American social customs.
In an interview in tho Sunday World
she expounded Chinese ideas of love
and marriaire in vivacious contrasts of
“'There are no llirtations in China,’’
observes Madamo Wu. “China never
frivols,’’ She explains that one never
falls in love and marries in her country,
but marries first and falls In love after
We are further given to understand
says the World, that love always fol
lows marriage in China as a matter of
courso. When Chinese parents chose
husbands for their daughters “it always
is right,’’ because “fate makes one cer
tain man for each woman.’’
So much depends on tbe standpoint
of possession that it is not surprising to
find Madame Wu plainly Intimating her
belief tbit they manage these things
better in Chn ft Humtie Uniicd
States' She says:
“Chinese women, earnest. They not
spend time making their hair orcoked
on irons, making th ir • waists small,
making their dresset full of frills and
changing a’l time. Chinese would not
strive for how to look, but how to be.
You not unders'and our ways. You
not like some- about tbe marriage, but
it better. You think it hard It is
MUST BE CONSULTED.
An imperial colony policy caunot be
fastened upon the republic without the
consent of congress. That consent has
never been given with reference to the
great danger point, the Philippine Is
With anew house of representative
strongly opposed to “taking on’’ for
ever Ibis Malay pandemonium Mr Mc-
Kinley would, iu case of his re-election,
very quickly adapt this policy to the
will of the people. He is a statesman
whe keeps one ear to the ground and
one on the election return*.—New Y'ork
THE BRUNSWICK TIMFS-CALL, AUGUST 21, 1900.
Tbe Boston Post, commenting upon
the situation politically, declares there
is no • silver issue” in the fight this
Hanna will find it difficult to strike
terror to the souls of moneyed man by
picturing their wealth suddenly turned
into 50-cent dollars through the defeat
of William McKinley. And with th s
question out of the way, the Post says
it remains to he seen how attractive to
contributors will be the plea of the need
oMunds to secure the Indefinite contin
uance of the Philippine war or the re
tention of Porto Rico at a Crown Col
ony instead of a territory of the United
The couyiction of Caleb Powers is
all right, except that he should hang inn
stead of serving a life sentence in the
There seems to be a general kick on
the census figures.
You’ll find the finest line of Pre
serves at DeVoe’s.
Herrmann, the Magician, Perforat
Among the attractions booked by Man
ager Wolfie for the coming season Is
Herrmann. It wl'l be remembered that
thiß wizard was here last season.
Herrmann Is an expert in legerde
main. In the art of palming, or sleight
of-hand, he stands perhaps unrivaled.
Besides his feats of pore sleight-of
hand, he will introduce his latest sensa
tional illusion, ••Cremation.” The
burning of a young woman is realistical
ly done. It has proven an endless source
of discussion among theatre-goers. Be
sides tbe two acts of magic presented by
Herrman, the five Nosses, May, Bertha,
Ferdinand, Lottie and Frank, will give
a musical act, playing operatic selec
tions on a number of musical Instru
ments, which oan be appreciated by lov
ers of opera and instrumental music
The performance in its entire'y is an
ideal one for ladles and children and
that cla sof the public who go to the
theatre on occasions when a play or
company comes that appeals to.them.
Fortify the body to resist malarial
germs by putting the system in perfect
order. Prickly Ash Bittbrs is a won
derful system regulator. W. J. Butts'
Advertised Letter List.
The following is a list of letters re
maing in the postoffioe at Bruns
wick, Ga., unclaimed, for tbe week
ending Aug. 18,1900.
A—S L. Attles, Miss Janie B. Aus
tin, William Andrus.
B—-Edward Bussell, Win Browne,
Rjbert Bedel', Miss Ida Batcblar.
C—Major Corfcin, Mrs. Charlotte
Copeland, Miss Lena Colemao.
D—Miss L. L Davis, Miss Carry
Daililee, Miss Henrietta Denegall.
H—Johnnie Hill, Gsorge Henry
J —Sister M. A. C. Johnson.
L —Miss Lilia L'zzsmore.
M—Miss Elvie Moore,
N—Miss Annie Niokson.
P— Mrs. Thos. Pools, H-*ory Pierce.
O—-Mrs. Allioe Oxford.
S—R. H. Saxon, Miss Sallie Smith,
Miss Ethel Smith, Dtve Smith, Joe
W—William Wright. Mrs. Lula
Whaley, Graham Watson.
Parties callirg for any of tbe above
will please say they were advertised
and pay one cent for each letter claim
ed. F. Me. C. Brown, P. M.
DeVoe can please you with the best
groceries to be bad.
Is a very common consequence of indi
gestion and torpid liver. Sometimes
there are spots in-fore the eyes and hot
flashes. At other times a sensation as
of vertigo occurs, at once suffocating and
blinding. It is a waste of time to at
tempt to cure this
dinary means or
turn and nutrition
before a cure can
be hoped for. This flfrCp*
is the work done jljlptirl Jn
by Dr. Pierce's Wfim
icine specially /O
beneficial in die- / !
eases of the stoin- 2^
hver. It strength- **// J /A /} ju pa |
ens the stomach, v/ ////? A\f p
purifies the blood, B(/ /| j IvJ 1 1
cleanses the clog- * at JjjjikVw J
ged liver, and pro- Bj /•T?"
motes the health J J
My wife was greatly troubled with indiget
tion. torpid Hver. dizziness, and also irregular
periods,” writes Mr. W. A. Preston, of Shu qua
lak, Noxubee Cos., Miss. "We tried many diner*
cut remedies, but none of them gave perfect re
lief until we were induced by a lady to try your
‘Golden Medical Discovery,' “Favorite Prescrip
tion,’ and ‘ Pleasant Pellets.' These medicines
did more good than anything we ever tried for
those coinplnint3. We have used four bottles of
your ‘ Golden Medical Discovery,’ one of ‘ Favor
ite Prescription,’ and two vials of your ' Pellets.’
These medicines have done the work we de
sired, and I do heartily recommend them to all
Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets assist the
action of the " Discovery.”
Naval Cadets Due to Arrive There
Washington, D. C., Aug. 20.—Ad
miral Farragut’a old flagship Hart
ford, now a United States training
ship, is expeoted to arrive in Sou h
ampton tomorrow. On Aug 30 fhe
will leave for Kiel, where ten days
will be spent. Havre will be the next
port en ered and two wseks wl be
spent there to all iw them to visit the
Deafness Oannot Bs Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the e .r.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is hy constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining and the Eus
tachian Tube. When this tube gets in
flamed, you have a rumbling so-nd or
imperfect hearing; and when it is en
tirely closed, deafness is the result, and
unless the inflammation can he taken out
and this tube restored to its normal con
dition, hearing wi’l he destroyed forever.
Nine cases out of ten are caused by ca
tarrh, which is nothing but au inflamed
condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot he 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 the best.
A dry goods clerk defines a counter
irritant as a woman who insists upon
examining tbe entire stock, aud does
not buy anything.
A Minister’s Qoed Work,
-1 bad a severe attack of bilious colic, got a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, took two doses and was en
tirely cored,” says Rev. A. A. Power, of Empo
ria, Kan. u My neighbor across tbe st eet was
sick for over a week, had two or tbiee boitles o
medicine from the doctor. He used them for
three or four days without relief, thou call, and in
another doctor who treated him for some days
and gave him no relief, so discharged him. I
went over to see him the next morning, He
said his bowels were in a terrible fix, that they
had been running off so long that it was almost
bloody flux. I asked him if he had tried Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhma Remedy,
and he said, 'No.* I went home and brought
him my bottle and gave him one dose; told him
to take another dose in fifteen or twenty min
utes if he did not find relief, but he took no
more, and was entirely cured. I think it the
best medicine I havee\er tried.” For sale by
Dr. Bishop's drug store.
It's ft dootor’s business 'to study
health. Doctors confidently recom
mend HARPER Whiskey. Sold by
T. NEWMAN, Brunswick, Ga.
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 Gents’ Bicycle, at the
W. H. BOWEM. j n. BRADT,
BOWEN & BRADT,
ar^icd E3 l 1j 1 oe:rs
Of Stone. Brick and Frame Buildings
Manufacturers of Cement. Tile and.Artificial Stone.
' V Bar g ains -
A clearance sa’e to make room for new goods.
I Parlor buit, 5 pieces, worth $lO, now $29.
1 Oak Refrigerator, worth S2O. now sls.
1 Ouk B-d Room Suite, 3 pieces, worth $25, row $lB
Bed Lounges, <*>onh $Hi, now sl2.
Centre Tables 50 cents to SG.
loe Cream Frtezers worth $2.50 at $1 98
A large assortment of Sideboards, Cupboards Jiy ’ 111
Prices Below the Market. tSE’
C, McGARVEY. pß|
CHUE HALL, Proprietor
You can get the best the market affords by eating here
215 GRANT ST.
jflSHfr-fP mM. MOFFETT’S B Allays Irritation, Aids Digestion.
mm ITrTU I El lu Regulates the Bowels,
wfTHjI I tt I Hm/I ssssas
-J- (Teething Powders).JjL TEETHINA Relieves the Bow*
JM Costs only 25 cents at Druggists, Troub !rN°Y aoe *" *
orniail 25eenteto C. J. MOFFETT, M.D..ST. LOUIS. Tv'
EVEKY BAKKKL SELECTED has stood our quality test. Failure to come
up ro he required standard means failure to form part of our stock of Wines and
Liquors. Only that which ib good value for money is offered,
F=?. V. OOUOL.AB,
206 Bav Street.
Macon and Baltimore Woman’s College. Primary. Academic, Music, Art,
Elocution and Business courses. Small classes, individual Work. New
building. Hom life. Pupils enter Vassar, Wellesley and Randulpb-Uaoon
u n certificates. Next session begins September 6th. For illustrated catalogu
ddress Mrs. W,T. Chandler, Principal.Llewllyn D. Scott, Associate Prinoi p