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The man who smokes i
[Old Virginia Cheroots]
| has a satisfied, “glad I have got it” j
i expression on his face from the time <
|he lights one. He knows he will J
I not be disappointed. No matter |
j where he buys one—Maine or Texas, j
i Florida or California—he knows they <
j will be just the same as those he gets j
l at home—clean—well made—burn |
j even— taste good—satisfying!
( Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this ]
| year. Ask your own dealer. Price, 3 (or 5 cents. |
E IPAN S
J" ** *7* Gracen, Xestaaraat^
New-Sundj f General Store* ud Barber*
■nop*. They baa is h pain, induce sleep, aad praloa* life.
Q** |bs* fcfiefl No Blatter what’s the auUt*r, mm* wiß
4* IN goo 4. Tea samples and oae * L nuf A**ii.
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.
BROBSTOiV, FENDIG & CO,
REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
Jno V eruki
Is now ready for business, We will sell yon goods 10 per
cent leas tnan original coat.
506 Monk Street.
icm AUGJOT woo.
Young Kan Wi Conviced of Murdor
By aJu yof His Peers.
Brunswickians will retnambrr tbe
trial of Tom sod Hortoe Hammond
t Jr murder, sod tbe acquittal of tbe
laat named, wbo war a resident of tbia
o ty. Tom Hammood was found
guilty and aeotenoed to life imprison'
mtol, but he escaped soma days ago.
Following from tbe Jacksonville
Metropolis tslis the story :
“Sheriff Broward, of tbia county,
received a telegram this morning
from A. 0. Ntal, slate prlsoD guard at
Oaceol*, Fla., stating that Tom Ham
moud bad escaped from 'be oonviot
camp at that place.”
On tba night of tbe 12tb of Febru
ary ilia moat orasl butel ery that ever
nocurrad in Duval county took plaoe.
An entire family waa wiped out of ex
istence. Q. W . Roberta, bis venerable
mother, Rosanna Bobarla, and bis sis
ter, Miss Eugenia Roberts, ware all
covered dead at tbelr oooe happy
borne seven mi as wait of the oity. A
bloodj ax and tba ransacking of tba
house told tba story.
Tbe orirne was so revolting that tbe
whole oountry waa excited, W. L.
Jones, of Atlanta, a detective, was
plaoed on tba easr, and ba anon accu
mulated sufficient evidenoato warrant
tbe arrest of Tom Hammond, a nephew
of tba deoeased Wash Riberta. A
pistol, knife, sucks and other articles
wtre found nesr ibs some of tbe mur
der. Tbe*e were proven to have be
longed to Tom Hammond, and he was
arres'ed on June 24 b. Hs waa sullen
and did ml e mmuoicate wl b tbs
offle ala, exoi-pt on one cooision, when
be practically admitted tbat be waa
While be was tnoarernted in tbe
Duval oouoty Jell tbe deteotive, aided
by tbe looal authorities, continued
tbelr investigations and seoured suf
ficient evideuoe to oonviot Tom.
It Savtd Eii Btßy.
**My baby vat (eiribly sick with tbe diar
rhma; we were unable to cure him with the
doctor’s assistance, and, as a last resort, we
tided Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy,” says Mr. J. H, Doak, of Wil
liams, Ore. W I am happy to say it gave imme
diate relief and a complete cure.” For sale by
Dr. Bishop’s drug soore.
CHEAP RATE TO CHICAGO.
Account national encampment G.
A. R., to be held in Chicago from Au
gust 27 to September 5, tbe Plant
System will sell tickets at rate of
$24.75 tor round trip. Tickets on sale
August 25, 2G and 22 , limited for re
turn op to and including September 3.
An additional extension may be ob
tained by depositing ticket with joint
agnt prior to noon September 2 upon
payment of fee of 50 cents for each
Hot words between friends are usu'
ally followed by a cold wave.
Putting food into a diseased stomach is like
putting money into a pocket with holes. The
money Is lost. All its Talus goes for nothing
When the stomach is diseased, with the allied
organs of digestion and nutrition, the food
which is put into it is largely loti. The nutri
ment is not extracted from it. The body is
weak and the blood impoverished.
What most people want is something mild
and gentle, when in need of a physio. Cham
berlain’s Stomach and Diver Tablets ill the hi
to a dot. They are easy to take and pleasant in
effect. For sale by Bisho. ’s drug store.
Y u’l find tbe dnest line of P*e
serves at DeVoe’s.
Comp'iments are tbe red that
tight up life’s dingy wave.
We will pay the above reward for any cane
of Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia, Sick Headache,
Indigestion, Constipation or Costiveuess we
cannot core with Liverata, the Up-to-Date
Llttre Liver Pills, when the directions are
strictly complied with. They are purely vege
table and never fail to give satisfaction. 2 c
boxes contain 100 pills, ife boxes contain 40
pills, 6c boxes contain 15 pills. Beware of.su b
stitutes and imitations. 8e tby mail, Stamps
taken. NEK VITA MEDICAL CO., cor. Clin
ton and J ickson Sts., Chicago, 111. For sale by
B; own Drug Cos. Brunswick, Ga.
y'v 7 , if Jl'wUl /QVW v .fV '
av* ” eat? wB-'-, o— a* - .,
Every woman loves to think of the
time when a soft little body, all her
own, will nestle In her bosom, fully
satisfying the yearning which lies In
the heart of every good woman. But
yet there is a black cloud hovering
about the pretty picture in her mind
which fills her with terror. The
dread of childbirth takes away much
of the joy of motherhood. And yet It
need not be so. For sometime there
has been upon the market, well-known
and recommended by physicians, a
which makes childbirth as simple and
easy as nature Intended it. It is a
strengthening, penetrating liniment,
which the skin readily absorbs. It
gives the muscles elasticity and vigor,
prevents sore breasts, morning sick
ness and the loss of the girlish figure.
An intelligent mother fn Butler, Pa.,
says: *’ Were I to need Mother’s Friend
again, I would obtain 9 bottles if I hud
to pay $5 per bottle for it.’ 1
Get .Mother's Friend at the drug
store. $1 per bottle.
THE BRADfIELD REGULATOR CO.,
Write for our free Illustrated hook, H Before
.Baby is bora.”
AN ICE FAMINE.
Brunswick’s ioe supply gave tut
shortly after 12 o’o'ock ye-terday, and
tbe average family did not have their
utusl refreshing drink, ioe tea.
Don’; mi'9 the ba I games between
Bruow ck sod F rnar.dina, played in
S*ytunab, T..ur.day, Friday and S.l
orday. Southern railway wll sell
tic.els at rats of |IOO for be round
trip, good return until Sunday.
Fortify the body to resist malarial
germs by putting the system in perfect
order. Prickly Ash Pittkrs is a won
derful system regulator. W J. Butts*
Burton, Tenn., April 18,1899.
I feel it my doty to tell of the benefit I have
received from the use of Dr. J. 11. McLean’s
Liver and Kidney Halm. I had l-bematiam in
my back, legß and ankles. My feet were greatly
swollen. I could scarcely get from one room
to another. I used three bottles of Liver and
Kidney Balm together with one bottle of Vol
canic Oil Liniment, and was completely cured.
Have gained 23 pounds. Ahdy M. Jones.
For sale by W. J, Butts, the druggist.
Pride as a beggar is the tqual of
want—and a great deal more saucy.
Millions will be spent in politics this year.
We can’t keep the campaign going withont
money any more than we esn keep the body
vigorous without food. Dyspeptics used to
starve themselves. Now, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
digests what you eat, and allows you to cat all
tbe good food you want. It radically ones
stomach troubles. W. J. Butts.
Very Low Rates to Chicago and Return.
National Encampment, u. A. R., Chicago, 111.,
August 27th—Sept. Ist, 1900.
On account of the above occasion, SOUTH
ERNR RAILWAY wiU sell round trip tickets
from all stations on its line to CHICAGO, ILL.f
and return, at ESPECIALLY REDUCED
RATES. The following rates will apply ftom
Athens, Ga., s2l 55 Atlanta, Ga., $lO 35
Augusta, Ga., $23 70 Brunswick, Ga., $24 26
Columbus, Ga.,s2l 70 Elberton, Oa,s2n 35
Fort Valley,Ga., $22 50 Gainesville, Ga., S2O 95
Griffin, Ga., S2O 65 Helena. Ga., $24 25
Jesup, Ga., s2l 25 Macon, Ga M $22 00
Savannah, Ga., $24 75
Ticket will be sold from points in the State o
Florida on August 24 h and 25th, and from
points in all other States on August 2Stb,26th
and 27th, with final limit September3rd. 1900.
By deposit of ticketswith joint agent of Cen
tral Passenger Association, at Chicago, prior
to 12 00 noon, September 2nd, 1900, ard on pay
ment of fee of fifty (50) cents in connection with
each ticket at time of deposit, the return final
limit may be extended until September 20th
Persons located at non-coupon stations should
notify agent several days In advance of date
they contemplate leaving, in order that he may
supply himself with proper tickets.
For detailed information relative to rates
schedules, reservatio <s, etc., call on or address
any agent of the Southern Railway or its con
nections. 8. H. HARDW ICK,
A. G. P. A., Atlanta, Ga
For Backache use
STUART’S GIN and
This week our Midsummer Sale is on.
We take orders for carpets this week and
deliver them in the fall.
Uver ICO samples to select from.
Lace curtains, porch chairs, portieres,
lefrigerators and toilet sets will go in
this sale with ‘JS per cent off for cash.
H, M. MILLER & SON.
I (Tsxj*\ ii it is ii (tenon
you as to whether
j I you needglassesor not
i call on vs, and we will
ill tell you. You never
1 /I j k nt ' w a person to have
i I \ brain fever.sunstroke,
-jaL \T congestion of the brain
i i j or apoplexy, who has
i *' * ~ never been subject to
I headache. Persons suPjtc to headache, alwayshave
i weak eyes. Weak eyes may be the cause of all the
| trouble* Call on us and we will tell you. EXAM
I KENNON MOTT,
j Jeweler and Graduate Ontician.
\ 215 Newcastle Street,
| Jppector of Watches for Southern Railway. Time by Wire daily from Washington
NEWEST SUP it;
AT E. EARLE 4, 203 Newcastle St.
Also a large assortment of children’s
ha tsand bonnets, laces, zephyrs, worst
ed’ hair goods and switches made to
order a specialty.
New Livery Stables
Prompt attention given all
orders. Drayage a spec
Phone 24-3. E St.
SERVICE BY PUBLICATION.
Mrs. Clyde Freeman. I Libel for Divorce. Re
turnable to December
vs. ! Term, 1900, of Superior
I Court of Glynn c*un-
C. J. Freeman. | ty, Georgia.
To the said defendant, C J. Freeman:
You are hereby required* personally or by
attorney, to be and appear at the next term of
the Superior Court of said county, convening
on the first Monday in December, 1900, then and
there to answer the plaintiff, Clyde Fret man,
upon the merits of her petition for divorce filed
against you; as in default of such appearance
the Court will proceed as to justice shall apper
tain. Witness the Mon Joseph W. Beonet,
i udge of said .Superior Court, tbs 22d day oi
August, H’OO. A. O, TOWNSEND,
Deputy Clerk Superior Court. Glynn < 0., Ga.
I). YV. KR vUSS, PllfTn. Alty.
To ail whom it may concern:
It. R. Hopkins having in proper for n, applied
for permanent administration on the estate of
I. D. Jones, late of said county, this is is to
cite all and singular the creditors and next of
km of J D. Jones to be and appear at my office
within the time allowed by iaw, and show
cause,lf any, they can. why permanent ad
minis iration should not be granted to It. It.
Hopkins on J. D. Jones’ estate.
Yv ft net's ray hand and official signature this
6th day of August, 1900,
MiiCHiCLJ. u THOMAS.
Livery, boarding ami sale utublee.
Finest turnouts In theciiy.
Tel. 97. Newcastle St.
for Hof Weailiar.
Breakfast is the most im
portant meal of the day to
many business men. Tbe
day starts w'th it, and if
things go wrong at break
fsgt they are apt to go
wrong ali day. Buy your
breakfast foods here and
you will be sure of a good
meal and a good temper. I
Cream of Wheat,
312 Newcastle Street.
'Those File's ft
> Why don’t you kill themf |
Attracts and Lilia FLIES by - -
' . the million. Lasts all ———fib J J
i — %
M°NEY WILL EARN 10* A MONTH.
HhS I I | The Investor’s Fund pays seml-morffhly.
The oldest established in America. No certificate
holder haH ever lost a cent. Payments made to ull
subscribers every 15 days. No trouble. No delay.
Money refunded on demand. YY’rlte to-day for par
ticulars, free to any address.
„ O. K. MACKEY At CO..
Bond Dept. No. 04. Hudson Building, New York.