Georgia Property Owners Will |
Have Less to Pay,
A Good Showing For
The Candler Adminis
Tae stats t*x rate has b en brought
down fr< tu 5,50 to 6 20, & reduo'ion for
!900 over 1899 of six eeu one-huodte t
dhs of a rail 1 . The meeting b.'twien
<3overnor Caodlr and Gouip'ruller-
Cleneral Wright, at wbinb ihe rate
was Haul y fixed, was fold sbortlj
Afler noon jesterd y. As forecas'ed
in The Constitution several days ago
ebe (flirials of the state fiund that
with the increased approp’iauoos of
the list legoliture, amounting to
prao'ioslly SIOO,OOO, it would bs im
possible, even with a gain of $18,500,-
'OOO in property values, to bring the
rate of taxation to a point below 520
W i: eu Governor Candler went into
cmce. over two years sgo, the state
rate Wt.s tlx and at 0 21, and it is seen,
therefore, that tie has succee ed in re
ducing tbe tax one and one hundredth*
The governor innonno?d Siturday
that be was gratified that he was abl
this year to urge ti further reduction
of the tax rate. 11, had hoped tube
able to make the rate exactly 5 milts,
tint found at the last moment that tbe
increased appropriation of the lasi
house and senate made such a reduc-
tion impossible, The tax for ihe year
is divided as follows:
For general purposes 2.05, or $2.05 ob
For school purpose?, 2 mill', or $2!
on eveiy SI,OOO.
For Ilia sinking fund, t 4 of a mill,
snaking a total in all of 5.20, or $5 20
•on every SI,OOO
Cramps, Dysentery, ClioVra .‘dor
bus, diarrhoea, and, ir.dsed, all bowel I
•complaint, quick y relieved by Ferry I
Davis’ l’lic-KiII r, a safe sn'i speedy
oure, for > 1 tfio troubles nameu
Eveay reputable druggist keep, a sup
ply. EIOII bottle bas ful! directions
Avoid fubetiiutes—there is but one
I’ain-Ktller, lVrry Davis’. 25j. and
drill' Ur. C. J. Moffett, 81. Louis, Mo., for bis
valuable lit Hi Ti it in\a Waei. Liil link, lie
Mr, George l’rioe, formerly of this
city, but now of El Paso, Texas, is
■spending a few days in the oily.
The Quakers Are
t*The Quaker Herb Ton
ic is not only a blood
purifier, but a Blood
maker for Pale, Weak
and Debilitated people
■who have not strength
nor blood. It acts as a
tonic, it regulates di
gestion, cures dyspepsia
and lends strength and
tone to the nervous sys
tem. It is a medicine for weak women.
•It is a purely vegetable medicine, and
can be taken by the most delicate
tKldney disease, Rheumatism and all
sitissaees of the Blood, Stomach and
■Sarves soon succumb to its wonderful
effect on the human system. Thous
ands of people in Georgia recommend
it. Price fI.OO.
QUAKER PAIN BAI.M is the mod.
icine that the Quaker Doctor n.ado ali
of his quick cures with. It’s anew and
wonderful medicine for Neuralgia,
Toothache, Backache, Rheumatism.
Sprains, Pain in Bowels; in fact, all
pain can be relieved by it. Price ?>e
QUAKER WHITE WONDER SOAP,
a medicated soap for j,ho skin, scalp
and complexion. Price 10c a cake
QUAKER HEALING SALVE, a
vegetable ointment for the cure ol
tetter, ectenta and eruptions of the
skin. Price lOe a box.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
F. A. DILLINGHAM, Proprietor,
NET WAIST GI HI..
Is Attiac iag As Much Attention As
'heShirt Wsitt M m.
The net waist giil is attracting al
mist as much attention and discussion
nowadays as ihe shirt waist man, and
the'question of the propriety of tbo mw
costume is being argued troai stvcial
p lints of vi .w.
In tlio East tii'i fashion is in fall
bias' just now, and at the summer re
sorts the-girl niiliiut a net waist is
considered very much behind the times.
The fad is coming South rapidly, how
ever, and ling already made it elf con
picuous in some cities.
in St, Louis there is a tendency upon
the part of some to to look upon the
now fashioned waist as vulgar, while
others ,ay that the waist is founded on a
simple desire to be comfortable, and that
the talk about vulgarity is simply nun
Mrs Martha Davie Qrifilith.a promi
nent club leader In that city, says of
“Why, bless my soul, how wonder
fully corrict the world is growing! A
girl no v can’t be comfortao e without
being vulgar. When Xwas a girl I nev
er wore anything in the summer season
but low neck and,short alt-eve dresses,
and if you will examine tha portraits
that adorn our parlors you will find our
grandmothers, great aunts and all the
iDar old ladies of Ihe past arc clad j st
as I was
‘•Aow a girl wears a yoke of some
tlimsey, gauzy material, and all the pru
dish criics pounce upon her. It’s non
' “Whal’e cool and contfo table and in
good ta?tc should not be condemned . I
| think, however, the net waist —ha? its
placos, and that tbe street is not one of
Tltc Retuotly fat Stomach end Sows! Troub’ee
“I have been in the drug business for
twenty years, ami have sold most all of
the proprle! ary medicines of any note
Among the entire list I have never fouttd
j anything lo equal CliamVr’ain’s Colic
j Cholera and Diarrhoea llumxy for all
| stomach and bond troubles, ’’says O.
| W. Wakefield, of Columbus, Ga. “This
| remedy cured two severe cases of cholera
morbus in my family, and I kve recom
mended and sold hundreds of it to my
customers to their entire satisfaction. It
affords a quick aud sure cure in a pleas
ant lorm, No family should be without
it . I keep it in my house at all times.”
For sale by Dr. Bishop’s drug s’, ore,
Frankfort, Ky , Aug. 27.—The legis
lalure meets tomorrow iu special ses
sion for the purpose of amending the
stato law. Governor Bcckliam will
send a brief message to the legislature
with brief eungestions regarding the
<fl v ;
“I hail a sevc rft-Jttjck of bilious colic, got a
bottle of Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, took two doses and was en
tirely cured,” says Hot. A. A. Power, of Empo
ria, Kan. “My neighbor acroes theßtieetwas
sick for over a week, had two or three bottles 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. 1
wont over to see him the next morning, He
said his bowels were In a terrible fix, that the>
had Wen r.tuning off so long that it was almost
bloody flax. 1 asked him if he had tried Cham- ]
beiiain’s Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy,
and he said, ‘No.’ 1 went homo and brought
him my bottle and gave bim one dose; told him
to take another dose in fifteen or twenty min-
utes if he did not find relief, but lie took no
more, and was entirely cured. 1 think it the
best medicine I have over tried.” For sale by
l)r. bishop’s drug store.
V H. Conklin, Dowersvillo, 0., says: “I re
ceived more benefit from FOLEY’S KIDNEY
CURK than from months of treatment by phy
sicians.” Take no substitute. W. J. Butts.
THfc BRUNSW ICK TIMEg-CALL, AUGUST 28, 1900.
“We hare three children. Before the
birth of the last one my wife used four bot
tles of MOTHER’S FRIEND. If you had the
pictures of our children, you could see at
a glance that the last one
is healthiest, prettiest and
My wife thinks Mother's
Friend is the greatest -AfeffjEtk. „
world for expect- II
an t mothers.”—
Written by a Ken
lucky Attorney-at \v- t Jtmjui
rngryn prevents nine-tenths of the
F ill OSII suffering incident to child
birth. The coming mother’s
disposition and temper remain unrutflcd
throughout the ordeal, because this relax
ing, penetrating liniment relieves the
usual distress. A good-natured mother
is pretty sure to have a good-natured child.
The patient is kept in a strong, healthy
condition, which the child also inherits.
Mother’s Friend takes a wife through the
crisis quickly and almost painlessly. II
assists in her rapid recovery, and wards
off the dangers that so often follow de
So!J tiy dm jsist3 for sla bottle.
THE BRADriELD REGULATOR CO
Send our five illustrated book written
expressly for expectant mothers.
Several Offenders. Tried Ye3ttrday
M jrnir jj.
Mayor Atk moo had quite an inter
eiting section in polio* court yester
day morning, and the following cases
were disposed of
Lon Higgins, disorderly conduct;
Dashie Wilis, dis rderly conduot;
SB, or 89 days.
Teano Rose, disorderly oonduct;®-",
or 60 days.
O, Douglas, violating tbe bicycle
ordinance; $5, cr 20 days.
•Times Carly, disorderly conduct; SB,
or 30 days.
Cures Blood and Skin Troubles.
Trial Treatment Free.
Is your blood purr? Are you ture of
i'? Do cute or scratches heal slowly?
Does yiur skin itch or bum? Have
you Pimpler? E-uptioni? Aching
bouse or hack?* Eczems? Old Sores?
Boils? Scrofula? Rheuma’is.e? Fou
B-eatl? Catarrh? Are you pale?
Then B. B, B. (Botanic Blood Brim)
w 11 purify your blood, heslevery sore,
and give a clear, smooth, healthy
skin. Derp-ieated cases, like ulcere,
cancers, eating sores, Painful Swell
ings, Blood Poison, are quickly cured
by Botanic Blood Bairn. Cures when
ail else fails. Thoroughly tested for
thirty years. Drug stores $1 per large
bottle. Trial treatment free by writ
ing BLOOD BALM CO., Atlinta, Ga.
Describe trouble. Free medical advioe
given. Over 3 T OO(h voluntary testimo
nials of cures by B. B. B.
The lack of energy you feel tbe
baokacbe and a run down condition
generally, aM mean kidney disorder.
Foley’s Kidney Cure will restore your
strergth and vigor by making tbe
kidneys well. Take no substitute.
W. J. Butte.
A dry goods clerk defines a counter
irritant as a woman who insists upon
examining tbe entire stock, and does
not buy anything.
Ucntity la ltlood Deen,
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities from tlie body. Begin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets,—beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, lOe, 2ac,soe.
It’s a doctor’s business to study
health. Doctors confidently recom
mend HARPER Whiskey. Sold by
T. NEWMAN, Brunswick, Ga.
WANTED.—A few boarders. Ap
ply at SO9 Monk street.
our 89 DAYS. '
German Ship Heinrich Came
Into Port Yesterday From
XTi G ;m u *fa-p llsinricb, Capl.
N. Sanger, one of the 1.-gesl ves*l*,
1484 ’on*, tbut oun e* !o tbs por*, n
fiveil yt-e’ercHy from lldicing-r, G r
uaany, ’ u load from ill I) iVfting C >in
pany. Tbs H irinch ban been uu. 00
days. bbe lef. il-ldii/g-r,fune 18 t\
Cttp’aio Bit:g*r says he had a vtr>
pl j a*a t trip, bur was *1 and to rp, c cb
IX A COLLISION.
The aeecciated prt>s r purls !hat the
Norwegian btrk Watle, C.pt.Ober,
which sailed from N-wry, August 25,
for this port, has been lowed to Holy
head with a loss of headgear aud s m
badly damaged. Se reports having
been jo coll eion on August 24, when
s’xteen miles tif Southari>ljw light
ship, with an unknown steamer.
Woman is often referred to by man “doubling
hia joys and halving bis sorrows.”- That may be
complimentary, but it wouM seem to be rathe
hard ‘on tbo woman. For in plain terms it
means (hat where tliingg are going well with
the man, his wife makes them go better. But
when things are going ill with him, he expects
the wife to share half his burden. And there’s
more truth than poetry in this presentation of
masculine selfishness. Men don’t appreciate
the f.ct that the strain of motherhood
alono is a burden bigger than all* the
loads that rec-t upon male shoulders. They
see the wife growth n, pale, nervous and worn
without a thought that she is over-burdened.
Among the pleasant letters received by Dr
Pierce are those from husbands who have
w aked up before it was too late to the crushing
burdens laid upon the wife, and in the search
for help have found iu Dr. Pierce’s Favorite
Prescription a restorative which has given back
to the mother the health of the maiden and the
maiden’s happiness. “Favorite Prescription*’
always help*, amt almost always cures. It has
perfectly cured ninety-eight out of every hun
dred who have used it when aillioted with dis
eases peculiar to women:
Same people fish for and mpitments
with bited breath.
Keep the body healthy- at this season
by using i’rticKiA- Ash Bittkrs. It is
a necessary condition ,o successfully re
sist malarial germs W. J Butts.
For Bladder Troubles
use STUART’S GIN and
A’woman ssys’tbe rain is too famil
iar when it begins to patter on the
the blood is
polluted and t&e system thoroughly con
taminated by this deadly virulent poison.
Then a sore or ulcer appears o® some
part of the body; it may be small and
harmless looking at first, But as the can
serous cells form and are deposited by
fihe blooa near the sore,, it increases in
size and severity, with sharp shooting
pains. No matter how often the sore is
semoved by tlie surgeon’!* knife r flesh
destroying plasters, another comes and is
worse. The real disease is in the blood,
and the treatment must begin theae. The
poisoned blood must be invigorated and
purified, and when this is done cancerous
cells can no longer form and the sore will
heal natura®y and permanently.
Mrs. Sarah M. K testing*
jWi Windsor Ave., Bristol
Term., writes: “I am 4*
years old, *nd for three flB
years had suffered with a H
aeveie form of Cancer eii K
my Jaw, wfrich the doctors uf
said was Incurable, and lv*
that I coaid not live more
ed their statemen’ a*true. 7
and had given up all hope /
of ever being well again
when my druggist, know
In g of my condition, racom- Jr
mended S. S. S. After tak- *
ing a few bottles the sore -* y
began to heal, to the surprise of the physicians,
and in a short time made a complete cure. I have
gained in flesh, my appetite is splendid, sleep is
refreshing—in fact, am enjoying perfect health.”
gJR% zfJßfe r/Zk overcomes tli is de
flUS stnictive poison and
-fta removes every vestige
it from the system,
HflK- ’V:/ 'CS." makes new, rich blood,
strengthens-the body and builds up the
If you have a suspicions sore, or have in
herited any blood taint, send for our free
book on Cancer, and write to our medical
department for any information or advice
wanted ; we make no charge for this ser
vice. Your letter will receive prompt and
careful attention, and will be held in
strictest con fldence.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, SA,
'! JMES-CALL .'OB OFF!' E.
Tbij-e vshi v ant the best worF, at
he 1 wp*4 figti’e c , should brinig i' o
bis fl) ;•*. O i l-.rjfH dtdgerr, iU’
prici*e ki d war- w Im* yon scm
s n cu*!i mer, if yrn will gsv** m ili
1M j b. II ng up fl, h? ds s * ;i ci. f or
The laws of health require that the bowels
move once each day, and one of the penalties
for violating this law is piles. Keep your bow
els regular by la'- ing a dose ol Chamberlain’*
Stcniath aiifl J/ver Tablets when cecteiaiy
ard you vvl’l i evi r hr.ve tbr.t mv repurishmen
inflicted u on 3on. Piic\ 25 cent*. Forssl
by Bishop’s drug ; 1.1 e
i.’. only *i'U’;! for a f l ow !o fe*-l.
cheap wb n i.is fal-ry has b en r?
. . I
9 QO DropsJ
Av'cgdalile PxeparatLonFor As
similating Itic Food andHegula
ling Ihe Slomaclis awl Bowels of
1 NbANI'S/( HII.DkLN
Promotes Digest ion,Cheerful
ness and Pest Contains neither
Opium. Morphine nor Mineral.
Kox Y’Jar.c otic.
Ahr ipt afmdnrSAKVELPtTOM
t\mpkm Seed r ' \
/ilx. Senna *■ 1
liueke tte Suits - I
Jirdee Seal *■
Httoentwa - )
lit CarboiuiteSoria * l
Winttr/wrt Flavor. /
Aperfec! Remedy forConslipa-
Fion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature of
J%Ro S- j 5 C .if nt y
EXACT COPT OF WRAPPER.
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(1 *" Situation beautiful. Climate delightful and Invigorating. Health record/
/ I nparalleled Home coniftirls. careful suiienruion. Young girls received. vll>
l y—n A /s? > live with tft faculty in the college iiuthlliiffa worth J1.V.000 Fffiilpnicnt S
) / rk’ excellent, well appointed laboratories, gn< and i-;.runasiuui. to. Faculty, large. <
1 *A ‘ fMj*. "‘i an '* composed of aide and experienced professors, (’hum's extensive and C
S *■ A thorough, inline v.itli t!u>e given in tlie leading unixersiti- s. A large Endow* ?
f ’* iMWf “itf? 1 - ,sl: r ,n K students s ipeilative advantages at moderate cost. The Trustees >
/ JWFMaIBf f iHrm 4 YreS*u'*3R’| ? ra, )ta ii’imt'or of scholarships t- deserving y ungladies. Art and Elocution )
S tjßiKprT, •*■<?*l l department# aWy conducted .YSit-ic Faculty unsurpassed in America ; musical \
< I iOit If fr fw fi ! Bl9B®Ett) c Q u, P ,, . ien t cyoellcnt. A PRiZF PIANO -rift of a generous friend of C
( R a I WrjCp education to he awarded for the lest work Ti s; f n tivod liouauiiil-dollnr f
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J A * n * ny ,n the world During the past term all space was filled Young >
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PABSKNGKR DEPARTMENT. %
No 87 so 89j Time i&bio no. ss I .vo.ro **.min••••
- Passcngea Mixed NO. 35 1 jP snger I Mixed
Dailv. Daily. Mj 2£ 12:01 am. 17. T"!
- 7 15am.... >S ro pm... Iv Brunswick sr 11 30pm.... 10 15a 0...
. r iOPm ; isa n *
|i2 49,pia... 2 oi> am.. lv Hlftton ar 510 pm. 2 00am *
- |U 50pm... ;2 10am... ar Savannah lv 400 pm.... 2 15am
- - 828 am... ar Charleston lv . 1115 nm *
-- ,9 ODm S COam... ar Tamp. l T 7 80am.... 7 05pS
, ~ ViA W AYGKUBB <lt MONTGOMERY"
•••• 1 ,T Brunswick ai 11 80 15 a m ...
ii 15. am... 800 inn... ar Waycrosr h 9 60is a m
U’ 'am... 1159 am... ar
ft r.oam... 7lc pm... ar Naanvifle iv 2 21am.
VIA SAVANNAH AN I) CHARLESTON.
I 439, m . 613 am.. Ar Charleston Lv 050 am 11 15tun
1 710 am. >ll 20pm. Ar Washington Lv 307 pm 4 30am
I *2) am. 103 am.. Ar Haiti • ore Lv 14(>pm 2 56am
j 115 pin. 053 am. Ar New York Lv 855 am a 25pm
Direct connection made at VV averoas with i hromru Pullman Sleeping Cars toi Savannah
Charleston, and all points North; aleo fo; Monlgomerr, Birmlnghi n, Nashville, ftt. I-d)uts
aud all points West,
Keeling Chairca a boti.rf.en Waycroas and Montgomery via Thomaaville.
Between Poit Tampa, Key West and Havana. f •
GOING | 4 RETURNING.
Lv PortTlbipa 10 0' pm Mon. Tliura. Sat. iLv Havana 2 30 pm Mon. Wed. and 5at.......
Ar Key West 8 0j pm Tues. Fri. Sun | Ar Key West 9 00 pin Mon. Wed. and Sat
Lv Key Wealoo pm Tues. Fri. Sunday | Lv Key We6t 10 0 1 p. m. Mon. Wfd. and Sat
Ar Havana 60u am Wed. Sat Mon | Ar Port fampa 280 am Tues. Thur. and Sun.. .
8. R. KNOTT, Vice President, Savannah, Ga
W.B. DENHAM. B< >. . COATES. tf. W. WRBNN
General Supt Division Pass. Agent. Pa£S. Traffic Mgr
savannah, Ga Brunswick, <a. savannah G a
NO Kl’jli r i O UGLIb E)S3.
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! „ c n-t'i'Stion or kidney ir. üble,
j bi-r impure b’ood will esu e pimple.,
blotch.?, 'kiii rrop'b iin’i and a wretch
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