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There is a Great Demand
Some of the Landloards
Are Now Raising
rbe reu'ing season is now 01 in
Brunswick in lull bl st. October Ist
is moving day, aod tbe thr e preord
lag months are devoted by teoan's
aod agents iu making arrangements
for tbe ensuing yea'. This is hsrd on
both, aa it rt quires them both to do
tbeir most important work during tbe
boteat period of tbe year, and a time,
to >, when many people are oat a( tbe
city. Tbis makes it necessary to do a
great work by correspondence, wb’ch
ia not near so satisfactory as personal
interviews, and often leads to vexa
Inquiry among tbe renting and real
•state agents shows thatthere is Isv ly
inquiry now for homes, M,ny are be
ing made in person and many more by
letter, and tbe agents are busy ex
plaining tbe adyantages of tbe differ
ent properties which they have to of
fer, and are arguing away the objec
tions of applicants.
"Ws have had a very active demand
for some time,” said a well known
agent tj a Times Call reporter yes
terday. “Tbe d-mand ia for small
bouses, well locs' and, and at reasonable
rentals. Tbis demand is chiefly fur
bouses irom $25 down, and tbe great
est demand is for bouses renting at
S2O per month or lees, These bouses
•re wanted by people with small fam
i ies, say from two to live members in
•■family. There is a large number of
th-ae bouses being tffered, and as yet
tbe demand haa not oorne up to tbe
supply. There is very little difficulty
in renting desirable property.
“Large bouses,” said the agent, “are
not quite euob In demand. About tbe
ooly demand for houses bringing from
$35 to $45 per month is for boarding
bouses, aod this demand ia limittd.
Some of tbe large bouaea are rented in
■eotiona, and for these there is a good
demand. Altogether tbe outlook is
very eatif.o’ory to us, 'I oigb it will
take another month to till bow we are
coming out on tbe aeason. As tbe
people who have been out of town
during tbe summer oome back we be
gin closing up oontrac's aud begin to
know bow we stand. Tbe number of
booses remaining vacant is smaller
than it b s been in s'viral years, and
I think it will be considerably smaller
after October 1. Toe demand is keep
ins apaoe witb the suppl, very w,ll
acd moat of ibe building fur tbis y< ar
bgs practically been comp’eted. I
don't think that there is any danger
of landlords having property left on
tbeir bands during tbe winter.”
An interesting table of contents—
that of tbe dinner table.
M I raflfered the torture* of the damned
with protruding piles brought on by constipa
tion with which I was afflicted for twenty
tears. I ran across your CASCARETS in the
3wn of Newell, la., and never found anything
|o equal them. To-day I am entirely free from
piles and feel like anew man. ”
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ARMORIES NOT TAXABLE, f
The Attorney General Gives That as
Attorney General Terrell has rendered
tho opinion as rt quested of him by the
comptroller as to whether rpiliVary ar
mories were subject to taxatioh. The
question came up fiom Augusta and
Savannah. The tax receivers of Rich,
mood aud Chatham counties demanded
that returns in this class of properly be
made aud the organizations occupying
them refused to comply with the res
quest. The result was that the question
was referred to the attorney general.
The atto'uey general bases his dec eion
on section 1156 of the political code
which says that armories used by slate
military are not taxable.
BRANTLEY MAY SPEAK,
Will B i Invited to Be Orator on La
The labor unions are going to invite
Congressman Brantley to apeak on
Labor day, aod it ie probable that be
will accept tbe invitation. Mr. Brant
ley’s reputation as an orator ii not
confined to this state ;or section, end
it is aafa to say that hundred* will be
present to bear bis excellent speech.
Brussels, Aug 20—The strike in the
glass factories started here became gen
eral today. The unions are trying to
compel the masters to recognize the
principle that prevails in the United
States that employers must treat with
the unions who wish to have something
to say at the wording of contracts, the
discussion of tbe rate of wages and the
hours of work. Tbe masters claim that
conditions here are different from those
in America and that the plan would not
work. They say they must be allowed
to make transactions with individual
For Bladder Troubles
use STUART'S GIN and
Judge Dart, besides being one of the
best ordinaries in the state, is getting to
be quite a hustler when it comes to per
forming marriage ceremonies. The ge
nial judge united a pair of blushing Af
ricans yesterday in exactly forty-five
seconds. The groom saluted the bride,
paid his fee and they went their way re
The friends of Mrs. D. B. Waldron
will be grieved to learn of her death,
which occurred at Lulaton yesterday
morning. The deceased wss for a long
time are ident of this city. Mrs. Wal
dren leaves three daughters to mourn
her loss, Mrs. Jasper Haryey, Mrs, W,
H. Greenfield and Mrs. Libbey Brook,
Sean tin thß Kind You Have Always Bought
COLORED WOMEN MEET.
Detroit, Aug. 21 —The initial meet
ing of the Michigan Federation of Col
ored Women’s Clubs took place here to
day. The convention will continue to-
I morrow. The aim oi the federation is
I the betterment and elevati nof colored
j women, and incidentally of the colored
For Diabetes use
STUART’S GIN and
FIIZ'IMMONa V3. HHARKET.
These two champions in ibe pugilistic
field will fight at the arena of the Coney
Island Athletic olub Friday night.
The returns of this interesting boat will
be received by rounds at the Elk ea>
THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, AUGUST 22, 1900
HE ■ DH
By the Wind and Rain Storm
A Terrible Electric Storm
Brunawiok was visited by a s'.orrn last
night about 8:30 o’clock which, had it
lasted any length of time, would have
caused very serious damage about tbe
The gale, accompanied by a heavy
rain, came from the northeast. It only
luted e few minutes and some litt e
damage we* done.
The new building of Mr. Julius May,
on Bay street, was unroofed, and con
siderable damace done to his stock by
All the back windows in the Naval
Reserves armory were blown out, and
the water ran through into the stores of
Measrs. J. A. Montgomery and B. J.
Olewme, damaging th.ir stocks slightly.
Besides this many windows in differ
ent parts of the city were broken, blinds
were blown off, many fenoea and treeß
blown down and other small damages
oceurrad during tbe short storm.
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Wa hinglon, Aug. 21—It is stated
that the president wi 1 immediately or
der Minister Conger home under the
pretense that his hesith has been broken
by the terrible strain he has undergone
in the city of Pekin. Those who know
assert that Mr. Hanna told McKinley
some days ago that Mr. Conger could do
the republican parly a great amount of
good and that he wanted him sent for
Of course, McKinley obeys Hauns, and
before the campaign closes tbe minister
will be making campaign speeches in
every doubtful state in the union.
It will surprise yon to experience tho beuefl
obtained by using the dainty aud famous littlo
pills known aa DeWltt’s Little Early Risen
FARMERS’ NATIONAL CONGRESS.
Colorado Springs, Colo , Aug. 21.
Delegates from ever; state in the Union
are in attendance upon the Farmers’
National Congress, which opened here
today. Tbe delegates were appointed
by the governors of the var.ous states
and vary greatly in numbers. F-ennsyl
vania alon9 has forty representatives.
There are no better pilli made than De-
Witt’a Little Early Risen. Alwaya prompt
and certain. W. J. Butt's.
Raleigh, Aug. 21.—The Cotton States
Association of Agriculture opened its
annual convention here; today. IV has
been reported that the association
would endorse tbe round cotton bale.
One of the officers denies tbis, aud says
that neither the round nor the square
bale will be favoied.
Beet, Way to Cure Backache.
Baokacbea are ciuaed by disorder in
kidneys. Foley’s Kidneys Cure wi 1
make ibe right. Take no substitute.
W. J, Butts.
Among other oanned vege.abler,
you’ll fiod Spinach, whioh I, better
than fresh. W. H. DeVoe.
New York, A tut. 31.— August 9 80,
September 8.82, October 69, November
53, January 53.
M rite Dr. C. J. Moffett, Bt. Louis, Mo., for his
valuable little Tekthina Wash-List Book, fre 0
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For weeks the presses
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out tiio enormous e<lit-
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g Hathaway’s now book—
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.V. and these he has specially
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paper who send names
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For 20 years Dr. Hathaway has confined his
practice almost exclusively to diseases of men,
and during that time ho has restored more men
to health, vigor, usefulness and happiness than
any ten other doctors In the country combined.
-a Dr. Hathaway treats and cures by a method
entirely his own, discovered and perfected by
himself aud used exclusively by him. Loss of
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all manner of urinary complaints, Ulcers, Sores
and Skin Diseases, Brights Disease and all forms
of Kidney Troubles. Ills treatment for under
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patient a strong, well, vigorous man.
Dr. Hathaway's success in the treatment of
Varicocele and Stricture without tho aid of knife
or cautery is Phenomenal. The patient is treat
ed by this method at his own home without pain
or loss of time from Dusiuess. This is positively
tho only treatment which cures without an oper.
atlon. Dr. Hathaway calls the particular atten
tion of sufferers from Varicocele and Stricture to
pages 27. 28,29,30 and 31 of his new book.
Every case taken by Dr. Hathaway is specially
treated according to its nature, all under his gen
eral personal supervision, and all remedies used by
him are prepared from thepurestand bestdrugs in
his own laboratories under his personal oversight.
Dr. Hathaway makes no charge for consulta
tion or advice, either at his office or by mail, and
when a case is taken the one low fee covers all
cost of medicines and professional services.
Dr. Hathaway always prefers, when it is possi
ble, to have his patients call on him for at least
one Interview, but this is not essential, as he has
cured scores of thousands of patients in all sec
tions of the world whom he has never seen. His
System of Home Treatment Is so perfected that
he can bring about a cure as surely and speedily
as though the patient called daily at liis office.
J. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D. *
Dr. Hathaway & Cos.,
*5 Bryan Street, Savannah, Ga.
MENTION THIS I'APEIt WHEN WHITING.
PROCLAMATION.—State of Georgia. Ex
ecutive Office, Atlanta.—Submitting constitu
tional amendment regarding pensions for the
widows of confederate soldiers to a vote of the
people a tthe next general election.
Whereaß, the general assembly of 18(19 passed
by a constitutional majority the following act
“An act to amend section 1, article 7, para
graph 1, of tht constitution of Georgia, so as to
extend the provisions of sa’d section, article
and paragraph to tho widows of confederale
soldiers, who, by reason of age and poverty, or
infirmity and poverty, or blindness and pover
ty, are unable to pioude a living for them
selves, and for other purposes.”
Sec. l. Be it enacted by tho general assem
bly of Georgia, and it is nereby enacted by au
thority of the same, that section 1, article 7,
paragraph l,of tbe constitution of Georgia, be
and me same is hereby amended by in erting
auer the word “service” m the 13th line, the
following words: “or who, by reason of age
and poverty, or infirmity and poverty or blind
ness aud povertv, are unable to earn a living
for themselvo , so that said section when so
amended, will read as follows, towit: “To sup
ply the soldiers who lost a limb, or limbs in the
military service of the confederate states, with
substantial artificial lnnbe during life; and to
make suitable provisions for sutdi confederate
soldiers as may have been otherwise disabled
or permanently injured in such service; or w ho
may, by reason of age aud poverty,or infirmity
and poverty, or Dlindness and poverty, art un
able to provide a living for themselves, and for
the w idows of such confederate soldiers as may
have dud in the service of the con f ederate
states, or since, from wounds received therein,
or disease contracted in tnc service, or who by
rerson of age and poverty, or infirmity and
poverty, or blindness and poverty, are unable
to provide a living for themselves; provided
that the act shall only apply to such widows as
were married at the time or such service, and
have remained unmarried since the death of
such soldier husdand.’'
Sec. 2. Beit further enacted, that, if this
amendment shall be agreed to by two-thirds of
the general assembly, of each house, the same
shall be entered on tneir journals with the yeas
and nays taken thereon, aud the governor shall
cause the amendment to be published in one or
more of the newspapers in each congressional
district for two mouths immediately pjeceding
the next general election, and the same shall be
submitted to the people at the next general
election, and the voters thereat shall have writ
ten or printed on their tickets, “For ratifica
tion of section 1, article 7, paragraph 1. of the
constitution of this state,” or “Against ratifica
tion of section 1, article 7. paragraph 1, of ihe
constitution of this state,” as they mav choose;
and if a majority of the doctors qualified to
vote for members of the next general assembly,
voting, shall vote in favor of ratification, then
said amendment shall become a part of said ar
ticle 7. section 1, paragraph 1, of the constitu
tion of this state, and the governor shall make
Sec. 3 repeals conflicting laws. Approved
December 21, 1899.
Now, therefore, 1, Allen D. Candler, governor
of said state, do igsuo this, my proclamation
hereby declaring that tbe fo egoing proposed
amendment of the constitution is hereby sub
mitted, for ratification or rejection, to tbe
voters of tuis date, at tho general election to be
held on Wednesday, October 8,1900, as provided
in said act. ALLEN D. CANDLER,
By the Governor, Govt inor.
J. ** . WARREN,
Secretary Fxecutive Department.
Service By Publication.
STATE OF GEORGIA--County of Glynn.
John Rogers, 1 In Glynn Superior Court, May
vs. 5 Terra, 1900.
Susie Rogers. ) LIBEL FOR DIVORCE.
To the Defendant, Susie Rogers:
You are hereby commanded to be and appear
at the December Term, next, of Glynn Superior
Court, to be holden at the court house in
Brunswick, Glynn County, Georgia, on the
First Monday in December, 1900, and by Ten
(10) O’clock of the forenoon of said date, then
and there to answer the complaint of the plain
tiff in the above slated case in his Libel for
Witness the Honorable Joseph W. Bennett,
Judge of the sup rior Court of Glynn County,
this the 10th day of July, 1900.
H. F. duBIGNON.
Clerk Superior Court, Glynn ounty, Ga.
To ail whom it may concern:
R. R. Hopkins having in proper for.r, appli< and
for permanent administration on the estate of
J. D. Jones, late of said county, this is is to
cite uli and singular the creditors and next of
kin of J D. Jones to be and appear at my office
withiu tho time allowed by law, and show
cause,if any, they can. why permanent ad
ministration should not be granted to It. It.
Hopkins on J. D. Jones* estate.
Witness my hand aud official signature this
flth day of August, 1900,
All persons having claims or demands
against the estate of Mai ion Robinson, de
ceased, are hereby notified to present and file
them with me, properly verified, as required
by law. This July 27,19**0.
Administrator Estate Marlon Robinson.
J. W. Watkins will loan
you money on personal prop*
erty and real estate.
Let Jim Carter have one more look at
the old summer suit, and yon wont have
to buy anew one till winter.
Did Yon Ever Know
any one who smoked the same kind
of Five Cent cigar any length of
time? Five Cent cigar smokers are
always dissatisfied—always trying
something new—or something differ
ent, as there always seems to be some
thing wrong about the cigars they have
been smoking. Ask your dealer for
Old Virginia Cheroots
They are always good. *
Three hundred million smoked this year. Price, 3 for 5 cents.
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J*™ P a,n . induce sleep, and prolong life.
V* 4 P™ relief I No matter what's the mattr. *•s will
food. Ten sample* and oa* tkoosaml wati-
QUIT PAYING RENT
We can sell you a nice two
story dwelling for less than
A small payment down and
balance SIO.OO per month.
BROBSTON, FENDIG & CO,
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
Ib now ready for business, We will sell you goods 10 per
cent less tnan original cost.
606 Monk Street,