The Brunswick times-call. (Brunswick, Ga.) 1900-1902, August 23, 1900, Page 4, Image 4

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4 ftse Brunswick Times. Established 1889- The Brunswick Call. Established 1892. The Brunswick Times-Call. CONSOLIDATED IDOO. Published E r U'i< Y AfOKNIMO EXCEPT MONDAY BY ARTHUR H. LEAVY Editor ROLAND A. MULLINS, Business Manager .-fv.f I mOglethorpeßlock,2ll FStreet j iblkphonic no at. TO SUBSCi IBERS: SnV-criiirra are requested to notify the office when they fail to get any issue of the Tlmcs ( all. Attention to this matter will be appre ciated by the publishers. The Times-Call will be Delivered by earner or mail, per year. $5.00; per week 15 cents Correspondence on live snbjects solicited. Real name of writer should ac company same Subscriptions payable in advance. Failure to isceive paper should be reported to the business office. Address all c mmnnications to THE TIMES-CALL, llruuswick,Ga. An exchange Hayß "judging from this weather. Hades must be mighty cloee to Georgia.” The Kome Tribune has set to work to organize a bus ha 1 league for next sea son srnl what the Tribune starts it gen eral! finishes. The Jacksonville Metropolis has done a great deal for Jacksonville on the oapi tol removal. The people should ap preciate a newspaper like the Metropo lis. Commissioner O. B. Stevens of the Georgia Department of Agriculture, has compiled statistics indicating that the cotton crop or Georgia for 1900 will be from 50,000 to 200,000 bales shorter than In 1899. Thrte counties sent in the lax di gests to the com ptroller general 'l ues day afternoon. They were Wayne Ter rell and Clarke. Terrell shows an in crease of $100,509, Wayne $207,614 and Clarke $124 250. —— - _ The Savannah News says Tuesday was a very dull day In that harbor, add ing that not a vessel moved and the tugs wore tied to the dockß all day. Noth ing like that ever happens in our harbor There is always “something doin’’ on the river front. Three legislatures have under discus ions propositions to abo ish the death penalty. After fifty years of agitation there are only five states in which the death penalty is forbidden by law—Col orado, Khmlo Island, Mains, Michigan, and Wisconsin. In discussing a “Bryan cabinet,” th® Springfield Republican lends tbe list of those who are considered available for secretary of state with tbe name of Senator A. O. Bacon of Georgia. Sena tor Bacon would no doubt fill this exalt ed position to the satisfaction of the nation- Down at Shanghai the foreign squad rons aro said to he on the lockout for Chinese war vessels. The ui auiegof this is that the landing of troops at Shanghai has been without the sanction of the Chinese government, and ihe commanders of the Chinese war vessels may have t een ordered to adopt hostile tactics. It makes a big difference whose bull is gored aud it makes a big difference Whose cow or hors3 is impounded. Horses can always be seen roaming the streets in the vicinity of Union aud Howe streets, but the impounding offi cer does not Impound According to his construction of the law a city office holder must cot be “pestered,” neither must h i stock be locked up. A law partly enforced is no law at all. A GOOD SIGN Do you ever hear any political talk in Brunswick now? No you do not, and the Times-Call regards this as a good sign. We have but one more local election this year, and the proper thing to do is simply this: Lot a mass meeting of citizens be called about two weeks before elec tion day, name a ticket of repreaenta tve business men, unite and elect without opposition. HANNA'S WAY. Our press despatches yesterday said that President McKinley would soon call Miniater Conger home, alleging that on account of the terrible strain of the past mouth his health has been com pletely broken. Can you see anything in this deal which looks like Hanna? The administration is of the opinion that the American people regard Mr. Conger in the light of a hero, and that he can do the cause of McKinley, Han na, the trust, etc., some good in the vote-getting l ne. Minister Conger is needed in China for the next three months and it would be criminal to send for him. GREAT REJOICING. There 1b rejoicing throughout the world of Christendom over the news that has come out of Pekin. The legationers are safe. Glorious and superexalting tidings are these 1 The dreaded tragedy of the century did not progress to its awful climax. With the allied forces in possession of the Sacred City, and with relief from the terrible strain of suspense and anxiety regarding the beseiged envoys, the question comes up as to the next move in this international game, ’] here Will, of course, be a temporary occupat on of the oity. Certain it is that the guilty leaders ot Boxers will be punished. Tha extent an t nature of that pun ishment will be a matter for the discre tion of the allied commanders, after they have thoroughly informed them selves of the facts. LEARNED SOMETHING. There are several bits of evidence to show that Mr. Hanna is learning some thing in the way of polttios, says the Nashville American. Four years ago it was a sort ot “damn the people" cam paign, This time the senator is not hurting anybody’s feelings. He has broadened. His currying down of Roosevelt for his St. Paul speech, his calling the Hon. John Barrett to the right about for his random talk about Thomas B. Reed, and his answer to Lillian Clay Jewett, win wanted his en dorsement for her anti lynching league, that “it was not a party matter," show the big boss is learning. He has drop ped his arrogance and has a ready shake oLtho hand and a pleasant smile for one and all. A hard man to down is Han na. ILLINOIS RACE RIOT. New York is not the only northern city that can have a race riot. Chicago is right in line. The following is a press report of the "affair” in the Illinois city: "While the officers were taking their prisoner to the police station they were followed by a crowd fully 500 s roeg, which shouted "hang him,” "lynch him,” “take him away.” The officers halted at Madison and Clark streets to wall for a patrol wagon and the trowd made a desperate effort to take Fikua from them. R 'pee were procured and if the colored man bad been taken from the police he certainly would have been banged. THE’BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, AUGUST 23 1900. A CHURCH CENSUS. Youngstown, a manufacturing city in Ohio, with a population of 58,000, has been carrying out a church census on the lines projected in s-veral cities reoently, and tbe rssnps ars rather interesting. The work was does by 250 canvassers from a dozen Protsstaot eburohas, the Roman Ctthcliochurobes 00-operating to the extent of indors ing tbe work. Tha returns show tbe following distribution of churobgoeri. Catholics, 11,493; Methodists, 9,037; Presbyterians, 3,126; Lutherans, 3,587; Disoiglea, 2,982; Episcopalians, 3,070; Baptists, 1,737; Reformed church, 1,418; CongregationalUts, 1,233. The rest of the population is divided among Hebrews, Christian Scientists, Theosophisu, Latter Da; Saints, Uni tarians and members of tbs Uoton Evangslioal church. Only 2,000 per sons, or 5 per oent of tha population, oonfessed to having no eburoh prefer ence]. IS INTERESTING. From cover to cover the contents of Everybody’s Magazine for September are the most interesting of any issue of that remarkable periodical yet publish ed. In praise of the cover itself too much cannot be said of the beauty of its design, which is not only effective but quite origins’; the march of improve ment In the process of printing is no where better shown than in this speci men of multi-color work. A new short story by S. R. Crookelt, entitled “A Scientific Symposium,” is written in his peculiarly delightful manner; the read er looks at the characters drawn through the speciecles of the good uatnred, quiz zically oberyant physician who tells the story, and the dector does not hesitate to turn X rays on human foibles. “How a Great City is Cleaned" is tbs subject of a very interesting article, and "Oys ter Farming" is the title of an artie'e in the Great American Industry series, and its pages contain much more of greater general interest than would he imagined by tbe uninitiated. Deafness Oannot Be Cared by local applicatione, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness ib caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eus tachian Tube. When this tube gets in flamed, you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing; and when it is en tirely closed, deafness is ihe result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con dition, hearing wi’l be destroyed forever. Nine cases out of ten are caused by ca tarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY'A Cos .Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. “I am a switchman,” writes A. J. Jennesse, of 9201 Butler StChicago, "and am out in all kinds of weather. I took a cold which settled in my kid ney and was in very bad shape. I tried seveaal advertised medio nes with no beneflr until I was recom mended to take Foley’s Kidney Cure. Two-thirds of a bottle cured me.” W. J. Butts. DeVue can please you with the beat groeeries to be bad, V. B. Conklin, Bowersville, 0., says: “I re ceived more benefit from FOLEY’S KIDNEY CU RE than from months of treatment by phy sicians." Tnke no substitute. W. J. Butts. Take advantage of spteial rate of $2.00 for tbe round trip to Savannah, account of base ball gainei between Brunswick aud Fernandma, played there Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Ticketa now on sal, good returning until Sunday. A man looks at his trembling hands and says: " I feel a bit shaky this morn ing, and shall need a bracer." His real need is not nerve stimulant, but nerve strength. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery gives strength to the nervous system. It does not brace up, but builds up. It is entirely free from alcohol and from opium, cocaine, and other narcotics usually found in so-called nerve medi cines. Accept no substitute for "Golden Med ical Discovery.” It cures. David Dugsiaa, Ksc., of Jones, Ohio Cos., Ky., writes: "When I began taking Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery I think I had nervous or general debility of three years' duration. I took three bottles of the ‘Discovery.’ During the time I was taking it niv sleep became more refreshing and I gained fifteen pounds weight, and also gained strength every day.” Free. Dr. Pierce’s Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay cost of mailing only. Send 21 one- cent stamps for book bound in paper, or 31 stamps for cloth binding. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. EXCURSION RATE TO SAVAN NAH-ACCOUNT OF BASE BALL GAMES. On accoant of tbe series of games to be played in Savannah, between lbs Brunswick and Ferosndina baseball teamt, for a puraa of SI,OOO, on Thura day, Friday and Saturday, the South ern railway has arranged an exceed ingly low rate of $2.00 for the round trip Ticket! are put on sale today, gold returning uotil Sunday, and qu tea number of base ball rn’husi asts will take advantage of this rate, Tbe Biu twiok bsse ball club ltiv a here tbit morning at 6:40. The Remsdy for Stomach and Bowel Troubles “I have been in the drug business for twenty years, and have sold most all of the proprietary medicines of any note Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Chamberlain’s Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remeey for all stomach and bowel troubles,” says O. W Wakefield, of Columbus, Ga. “This remedy cured two severe cases of cholera morbus in my family, and I have recom mended and sold hundreds of it to my customers to their entire satisfaction. It affords a quick and sure cure in a pleas ant form. No family should be without it. I keep it in my house at all times.” For sale by Dr. Bishop’s drug store, Tbe lack of energy you feel tbe baekaobe and a run down condition generally, all mean kidney disorder. Foley’s Kidney Cure will restore your strength and vigor by making tbe kidneys well. Take no eubititute. W. J. Butts. If you wish to cure scrofula or salt vbeum permanently, take Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It ex pels all impurities from the blood. A dry goods clerk defines a counter irritant as a woman who insists upon examining the entire (took, and does not buy anything. A Minister’* Good Work. **l had a severe attack of bilious colic, got a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, took two doses and was en tirely cured/’ says Rev. A. A. Power, of Empo ria, Kan. “My neighbor across the st eet was sick for ever a week, had two or three boitles o medicine from the doctor. He used them for three or four days without relief, then called 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 triad Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlari-bcea Remedy, and he said, 'No.* I went home and brought him my bottle and gave him one; 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 have ever tried For sale by Dr. Bishop's drug store. FOR SALE—A good gentle buggy horse, also nice buggy tod harness, Apply “M” oars of Timks-Caix. $47.50 Willi buy a Model 59 Columbia Chain’ess Bicycle. $37-50 Will buy a Model 51 Ladies Chainless Bicycle. $35.50 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 DOWNING CO. W. H. BOWEN. J. N. BKADT, BOWEN & BRADT, CONTRACTORS AND E3!— lll —CZ> sr F=? S Of Stone. Brick and Frame Buildings Manufacturers of Cement. Tile and.Artificial Stone. CWilrtMof fit Summer J 1 4| v Bargains in Furniture, A clearance sa e to make room for new goods. 1 Parlor f uit, 5 pieces, worth S4O, now $29. f|lTn 1 Oak Refrigerator, wurtl. S2O now sls. ""^VfUTffh 1 Oak Bvd Room Suite, 3 piece”, worth $25, now $lB Hed Lourgs, worib sl6, now sl2. jUgijS Centre Tables 59 oeni. to $6. irgjjj^gkjjsSajS^Kv Ice Cresm Fr.ezers wor;h $2.50 at $1 98 A largo assortment of Sideboards, Cupboards Jf{: ; Prices Below the Market, fejgjjft C. MefiAttVEY. CHINESE RESTAURANT, ESTBLISHED 1889. CHUE HALL, Proprietor You can get the best the market affords by eating here 215 GRANT ST. - -_V ■ . —m jjjffhr-TP m DR. MOFFETT’S a Allays Irritation, Aids Digestion, [ ITT TUI II /■ Regulate] the Bowel], I tt I HIN IX j .A. (Teething Powders) TEETHINA Relieves the Bowel TZIA Costs only 25 cents at Druggists, Troub ANY aol™ * 0rm.i125 cent. tC. J. MOFFETT, M. D..ST. LOUIS, r' EVERY BARREL SELECTED has s’ood our quality test. Failure to come np to ibe required standard means failure to form part of our stock of Wines and Liquors. Only ibat wbicb is good value for money is offered. FR_ V. DOUGL.AS, 206 Bav Street pill SNHff Micou aud bam more Woman’* College. Primary, Academic, Music, Arf, Elocution and Business courses. Smsll classes. Individual work. New building. Homs life. Pupils enter Vassar, Wellesley and Randolpb-Maoon. on certificates. Next session begins September 6tb. For illustrated catalogue, address Mrs. W. T. Chandler, Principal,Llewllyn D. Scott, Associate Principal