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MARY M'XISII BURROUGHS, Editor.
Hee that naughty little girl,
Face all puckered in aanurl,
"Won’t say “thank you,” won’taay “please,”
I’et some day her lace’ll freeze,
When if* drawn up in a frown,
And alie’ll look l*ke some old clown.
At the tuhlo when they eat
Hhc won’t have no bread and meat,
Nor potatoes. unlenH first
s he stu/Tu pie enough to hurat—
An’ her mother daaaant cioaa her
When she up and lick her saucer.
My rna say a if she had her,
She’d Ist make her hump an* purr
Like aoine ol’ cat, for all Hhe got.
An’ then perhaps, Ist like as not,
She’d change her mind and spank her,
It was iat good seed she’s sowing.
Hunger makes sweet sauce an’ ’a long
We can’t oat bread ’ith butler on,
M a says ’at we can have “pout pie”
To nibble on, till by and by,
L Sh © thinks our appetites will be
Come back, when she gives us “switch tea.”
Many friend* regret to know that Mr.
James O’Connor continues quite ill at
Miss Carrie Bailey of Bailey’s Mills
is receiving many charming attentions,
tlie guest of tier sister. Mrs. Frank hah
ley, at lier home on Dartmouth street,
where she will remain until fall.
Mr. Moses Meyer leaves today for
Boston, where he will spend some
M.ss licithu Baker leaves shortly for
Douglass, where she will be the attract
ive guest of relatives for several weeks.
During tho absence of Miss Bortba
Baker Miss Nellie Wells will fill her
position 88 organist in Ht. Slark’s
Alias Edith Thiol of Savannah is the
charming guest of her aunt, M rs. E A.
lYnniinan, at tier home on Union street
for several weeks.
Along the country roads there are
nodding plumes of golden rod here and
there, reminding one of the coming of
Miss Bessie f-'ymmes entertained a
number of young people at her homo
on Hanover square most charmingly
Mr. F. E. Twitty has returned from a
p’easanl trip te Atlanta,
Capt. Gustave Anderson, Mr. Leighs
ton Burrough and Mr. Hugh Burford
have returned homo after a pleasant
cruise in Florida waters on tlio pretty
little sail boat, Neca.
Mrs. K. W. Thlot of Savannah is
spending sometime in Brunswick, the
guest of Mrs. E. A. t’enniman at her
home on Uuion street.
’1 he newest color in I’aris, which Is
receiving much attention, is a clear yel
low, known as sunsldne.
The ice cream and cake festival slyeu
In the yard of St. Jude's church a few
evenings ago for the benefit of the
church was a most cn.ioyahfe and suc
cessful event. Many were present and
a neat sum was added to the treasury.
Miss Hazel Nightingale returns to New
V ork shoitly, where she will spend the
winter, the guest of friends and to re.
sume her studies.
It will interest many Brunswick
friends of Mr. Hi. hard Thiot to know
| that he has a good position with the
| Southern Bell Telephone Cos. in Sevan-
Mr. J. H. Polhill and a pleasant par
ty of gentlemen spent yesterday on the
river on a most successful fishing tiip.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Orr aud children
have returned from a pleasant visit to
St. Simon, whore they spent several
Master Lewis Klkan leaves shortly
for Dahloncga, where he will attend
college this winter.
Mrs. 11. da Bignon leaves next week
for New York, where she will spend
several unnths with friends.
Miss Louise Bmith has returned from
a p'casaut visit to friends on St, Simon
where she spent several weeks,
After a pleasant visit to Brunswick,
the guests of Mr and Mrs. L. J, Leavy,
at their home on Howe street, Mr. and
Mrs. I’ D. Moody left a few days ago
for their home in Maine, where they
will spend the smmer.
A pre'ty wedding, the parties moal
interested being popular young people
of Brunswick, will occur in SI. Mark’s
Episcopal church on the third of Oc
tober, in the presence of many friends
Mrs. 11. McHenry, of Savannah, is
spending some time in Brunswick, the
guest ol her mother, Mrs. G. T. Tharin,
at her home on Union street.
Miss Mary Bryan Thiot, of Savan
nah, is the attractive little guest of her
aunt, Mra E, A. Penmman.at her home
on Union street for a week or two.
Mr&. J. C. Stiles and children leave
in a week for New York, where they
will spend several months.
Miss Em WaiT emertains this even
ing at her home on Capcnter street.
There will be a number of young people
present, and the occasion promises to
be one of much pleasure,
Mrs. M, Isaac leaves shortly for New
York, where blib will spend tho sum
mer and fall with relatives.
It will interest many Brunswick
fricndi of Mr. and Mrs. James Polk
Stewart to know that they have a pret
ty little home in Thomasvllle, where
they are surrounded by many friends.
Many friends regret to know that
Mrs. Henry Dunn is quite ill at her
home on Union street.
Marriage of a Popular Couple Last
At thß residence of the groom, at 7
o’clock last night, Mr. Jerry Wllchar
and Mies Mattie Shields were united in
the holy bouds ot matrimony, Rev
Thompson,of the MeKendree Methodist
The bride. it the daughter of Dr.
Shields, of Camden county and since
coming to this city she has made a host
The groom is assistant chief of police
and few men in Brunswick possess
more friends than he. Mr. Wilcbar
has the confidence of the entire people
Tue Times Call wishes the happy
couple a long and prosperous life,
V\ rite Dr. C.Moffett, St. Louis, Mo, for his
~luab)c little Tcktuixa Wasli-Ltettiook, free
THE BRCNSWICKITIMES-CALL, AUGUST 23, 1900.
It Says ihe Outlook la Very
Following la the summary of crop con
ditions contained in the United Stales
crop bulletin for the week ending Mon
day, August 20, 1900:
The week has beau characterized by a
continuation of the dry and hot weather,
with maximum temperatures ranging
from 95 to 104 degrees. A few heavy
showers have occurred over limited
areas and were beneficial, except in some
counties where crop* were badly washed
and proa'rated by wind, The general
crop situation remains practically the
same at at the previons report, and the
outlook it gloomy unless general, soak
mg rains come immediately. Cotton
indicates no improvement; it is opening
rapidly and prematurely, rust and shed
ding continue, and the prospects are dis
couraging. Picking has become gener
al in quite a number of counties. Pea-,
cane, sweet potatoes and a number of
minor crops suffer from the effects of
the drought, and are sorely in need of
moistnre. Late corn has been cat off to
a considerable extent, uplands are in
fairly good shape in the majority of
counties. Gardens have been largely
abandoned; pastures are failing, ana
stock suffers. The apple crop is poor,
and the prospects of a good grape yield
haye been lessened. Harvesting of rice
FOR SALE—At a bargain, either
cash or installment, the 7-room house
on Stonewall, between Monk and Glou
cester, known as the Brady or Harris
place. Also the vacant lot corner of
Lee and Gloucester, 190x125 feet.
Gko. T. Bailey, Central Hotel.
Filziimmons-Sbarkey fight. Returns
from the ringeide by rounds at Elk
saloon Friday night.
The law's of health require that the bowels
move once each day, and one of the penalties
for viulating this law is piles. Keep your bow
els regular by taking a dose of Chamberlain’s
Stomach and Liver Tablets when necessary
and you will never have that severe punisbmen
inflicted upon you. Price, 25 cents. For sale
by Bishop’s drug store
Ohasp Rats* Via Southsrn Railway.
Chicago, 111. National Encampment G. A. It
August 27-Bept. 1 Tickets will he sold August
25,26 and 27, with final limit Sept. 1, at rate of
.5 for the round trip
The Dread of people with weak lungs
who suffer with stubborn coughs is
consumption. Foley’s Honey and Tar,
if taken in time, oures the cold, heals
the lungs and a)ways cures inoipient
Consumption. W. J. Butts.
Keep the body healthy at this season
by using Pbickly Ash Bitters. It is
a necessary condition to successfully re
sist malarial germs. W. J. Butts.
Arlesiau wells to drive at $260 each.
Rise and capacity guarantaed will
also guarantee to oomplete wells in 16
days. Call on or addtes* A. H. Baker,
205 Gloucester street.
Makes daily '.
All at Poplar Prices.
We use only the best granulated
sugar and have everything
PALACE OF SWEETS,
j Next door to Fleming & Waff’s.
The blood may be in bad condition,
yet with no external signs, no skin !
eruption or sores to indicate it. The
symptoms in such cases being a variable
appetite, poor digestion, an indescribable
weakness and nervousness, loss of flesh
and a general run-down condition of the
system —clearly showing the blood has
lost its nutritive qualities, has become thin
and watery. It is in just such cases that
S. S. S. has done some of its quickest and
most effective work by building up the
blood and supplying the elements lacking
to make it strong and vigorous.
eral bottles of S. S. S.
as a blood purifier and
to tone up a weak and
emaciated system, with
very marked effect by
great tonic and blood
** the greatest of all
tonics, and you will
fin and the appetite im-
Vsr proves at once, strength
returns, and nervousness vanishes as new
rich pure blood once more circulates
through all parts of the system.
S. S. S. is the only purely vegetable
blood purifier known. It contains no min
erals whatever. Send for our free book
on blood and skin diseases and write our
physicians for any information or advice
wanted. No charge for medical advice.
IHE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
M 1 PERSONAL.
Mr. J. C. Ekas, a prominent mer
chant of Birmingham, Ala., 1 1 spend
ing some time in the city .
Prof, Deal’s orchestra furnished mus
ic for a dance in Fernandina last night.
The white labor union held an in
teresting meeting last night.
Ciuucil insets in regular session to
At least fifty will go to Sava-nah
this morning, to see (be gam- between
Brunswick and Fernandina.
Judge Lsmbrighr, is kept coutin
uilly busy li e e days-
Mr. L. J. Brumby, editor of tb
Florida Mining and Manufaoinring
Reoord, is speeding some time in the
city. Editor Brumby paid the Times-
Cali. a pleasant visit,
Fitzsimmons-Sharkey fight. Returns
from the ringside by rounds at Elk
saloon Friday night.
The stomach of man is subject to a
dozen suob common bu’ painful affec
tions as cramps, cholera morbus, and
dysentery, that, by negleot, may be
made ohronio and dangerous. Tbs
best, handiest, surest, and quiokest
remedy is Pain-Killer, a med cine
whlob baa been tried for more than a
balf of a century, and never failed to
give relief. Avoid substitutes—there
is but one Pain-K’ller, Perry Divis’.
Price 265. and 500,
Tbs greatest skin specialist in
America originatbe the formula for
Baooer Salve. Foiall skin diseases,
all cute or sores, and for piles, it’s
the mo t healing medicine. W, J.
The quicker you s top that cough the less
danger there will be of.fatal lung ..trouble. Cn
One Minute Cough Cure is the only harmless
remedy that gives immediate results. You will
like it. W. J. Butts.
Beauty Is Blood Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Casearets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities from the bodv. Begin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Casearets,—beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
Cull at DeVoe’s when you are id
need of something: Dice in the grocery
When we have good blood, we are healthy
strong, vigorous, and full of life and energy.-
Hood’s Sarsaparilla makes good blood.
Hustling young: man can make S6O
per mootb and expenses. Permanent
position. Experience unnecessary.
Write quick for particulars, Clark &
Cos., 4rb ’Locus Streets, Philadel
and THAT is T! —I
By Advertisers Who Dse These Columns.
Juantity acd (unity of Circulation rives
Quantity and Quality to Advertisers
And We Give Both
GUARANTEE TO GIVE SATISFACTION IN
DON’T SEND AWAY FOR
ENVELOPES, LETTER HEADS,
BILL HEADS, SHIPPING TAGS, ETC.,
When you can get them at home for the
same price and besides you save the cost
of freight and drayage.
OUR PHONE IS 31,
and a message will receive prompt attention.
We don’t mind calling and talking the matter
over with you and giving you our estimates,
and if we fail to get your order that is our fault,
ALL WE WANT IS A TRIAL.
209, 209 1-2 and 211 F Street.
If you haven’t time to write your “ad” let us know and
what you’ve got to sell and we will write the “ad” for you.
That’s our business, and we only charge you for the space.