V There is no end of
Old Virginia Cheroots
to waste, as there is no finished end to
cut off and throw away. When you
buy three Old Virginia Cheroots for
five cents, you have more to smoke,
and of better quality, than you have
when you pay fifteen cents for three
Five Cent cigars.
Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this
year. Ask your own dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cents. a
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t Drn*gt*t*. Grocer*, Restaurant*.
Saloon*. Newsstands, General Stores and Barbers
“““k Pain, induce sleep, and proloaf life.
2®* fWe* rebel I No matter what’s the matter, eoe will
y* ood. Ten Kunple. ud on. tkouud teati.
I.*** *• tm rrcrimt mi wfc.
*r* Co., uespinc. Hn.THt QW
00!T 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.
e Tno. "Veiro.3sll
Is now reads Tar bußinees, We will sell yon goods 10
ceat less in&n original cost.
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IHR BKUMSWJCKITIMES-OALL. AUGUST 28. IDOO
THE MILITARY TOO
May Turn Out on Labor Day;
Speaking Will Probably
be at Fair Grounds.
Mayor Atkinson Has consented to
issue a Lab: r day proclamation, and
this will doubtless cause the business
lion-es to close half tbo day at l-*pst.
A committee celled on Osp f . Dune, of
the R flemer, yesterday, and invited
his company to participate This
committee also went to the comtnrntf
er of the Naval reserves wi ll the
earns rtqoest, and all the dfioersof
both oiganizations speke very favor
The matter will be brought before
the company meetings during the
present week. The general public sin
cerely hopes that the military will
assist in making the day one long to
A GOOD EX AMPLE.
Brunewick Merohants Want to Run
Since the merchants of Waycroas
starred free exoursionp, many of the
other cities around here have been
talking of following the good esampls
A prominent, dry goods desl.r told a
reporter yesterday thst he was hearti
ly in favor of the pln and would die
cuss it with others interested. The
fact that the Magio City continues to
give free r ; des shows that there is
success in the sobeme.
Woman’s Relief Corps,
Chicago, HI., Aug. 27.—The Nations 1
Woman’s Relief Corps opened its eigh
teentb annual convention here today In
conjunction with the grand army en
campment. Fully 5,000 delegates, out,
of the 143,000 members, are presi nt. Tie
delegates are the gues’s ot the lllim s
department. A general reception will
be held on tA'rdnesdny.
Mir. day 'will be excursiio day wi h
many of Brouswiok c.lortid people
and it is safe to Bay that over half the
population will be out of ibe ci ), A
crowd will g: to S'. Augiutioe and
another'big train I,ad to Albany I
is istated Ibat a 1 irge , x u-sion will
also com ■ here.
Mr. Henry Hirsch baa re’urned
Mr. C. Don Pa ker has returned from
a visit to Asheville, N C.
Tne Brunswick Knigh’s of Pythia*
reached D-trcit Sunday. Th<*y will
have a grand tim°.
The Spiilpp tint] the Timing Forlc.
A gentleman was recently watching
some spiders, when it occurred to him
to try what effect the sound of a tun
ing fork would have upon them. lie
suspected that they would take it for
the buzzing of a fly. He selected a
large, ugly spider that had been feast
ing on flies for about two months. The
spider was at one edge of its web.
Sounding the fork, the man touched a
thread at the other side and watched
Mr. Spider had the buzzing sound
conveyed to him over his telephone
wires, but how was iie to know on
which particular wire it was travel
ing? Me ran to the center of the web
very ijuickly and f -li abound until lie
touched tlie thread ugaim-i the other
eh l. of will 1 fork ask undlug;
then, irking am her t.hrt al ng. Just
as a man wind 1 take :a c; a piece of
rope, be ran out to the f nk ami ‘-.prang
upon it. TANARUS! n ho reireatt and a IP tie way
and 'leaked at i-■ ft.'. Me was puz
tied. lie had i t< ’ to And n 111 zz
Ing £ : y. Tien,, siren; e tc :.-y. lie got
on tiie rmi. a e and and : . -i with do-
Jtglit. Hvid idly 1 l/e si und wn music
$5OO R- w re.
Wc* •,vi 11 pav the above rewu*■! for any "u <■
of f/ver (.'oiujilain'. i). • prp-ia. si< k lie. •>'■>&! ■<■.
IrwliK t on, < on>tn) tiinn or Co>;!*v —•- v.*
ca: t cur** with lihoratM, the Up-to-D.Mc
T.’if* Iver Pills. ivV'ii b <!fiw
oi, I'H} Cotll|l,c .•••..!. u .) dir lIM if V"U* -
'table and never fail t - glv*- ‘•Jilififaci.ibn Tv
bjxa < 'n’.ain pills, itPcxt-., contain -i
-pills. Tic iioxesconCidn 15 pills. .; 4 - > -nr>- ro u •
Btitutef and imitations, -a tby m ill,
tHk#>n. vn-if-r. •. •*'• T •'(< , • .
tow ami J irk-on *'* .< hie yo, 111, y< i ;tli by
Brown Druir Cos. Urnnev. irk, wu
~ INfERPRETATION. ' 1
We long for a peace that is tasting,
We plead for a rapture that’s rare.
Like fishermen ceaselessly casting
Their nets in the gulf of despair.
We draw from deep waters of sorrow
Dark wrecks of old failure and fear.
And out of Rea silence wo borrow
The storm that will never come near.
Faith epeeds past the footsteps of duty
And halts at the door of a tomb;
T 1 louglit pierces the source of all beauty
And returns unto dust—’tis the doom
Of each man child to strive and to wonder,
To p’an for some positive gain,
An;l only find mysteries under
All life, be it pleasure or pain.
Lo, in realms of the mind there is treasure
For toilers who dwell in content;
There is truth that no science ran measure,
And the fearless are never forspent;
There is light when earth shadows are falling,
There’s reward for the deeds that are done,
Where envy crowned virtues are calling,
“Through faith is thy victory wonl”
—Charles W. Stevenson in Chicago Record.
CAR FARES IN GERMANY.
The Method of Collection nnd In
spection Prevent. Free Hide..
The ehauees of evading fares ou the
street cars of G-rman cities are very
slight. When a passenger steps on a
car, the conductor immediately asks
where he is golhg and then prepares
his ticket, which serves also as a re
ceipt for the fare. The preparation of
a ticket consists only in detaching It
from a block and punching It or mark
ing It with a pencil.
This process involves much more
work than the simple process of ring
ing up the fares, as conductors do iu
America, but the task is lightened by
the fact that only a certain number of
persons are permitted to ride on a car
at the same time. The number of sit
ting and standing places is plainly
marked on each ear. If a car is de
signed to carry SO persons, no more
than 30 persons will be permitted on
that ear at the same time. When any
thing in Germany is forbidden, it is
settled i nee for all.
In order that every person who rides
shall get the prescribed ticket inspect
ors are employed who spend their time
in ascertaining whether the conductors
are doing their duty. These inspectors
step into the cars and ask the passen
gers for their tickets. They note the
number of the tickets and whether they
correspond with the stubs retained by
the conductor. The clerk who gives
out the blocks of tickets to the con
ductors notes the number of the upper
most ticket and at the return of each
block collects from the conductor who
returned it as many fares as there are
The rate of fares varies from 2Vj
cents to 5. according to the distance.
Small children arc carried for one-half
fare, and any one lor the sum of $2.50
may secure a ticket which entitles him
to ride as much as he wishes for one
month. When a ear is full, the con
ductor displays a placard bearing the
word “Occupied.”—Chicago Record.
Nicknames of Krltlsli Reximcnti,
The grenadier guards were nicknam
ed “The Conlheavers” because they
were at oae time allowed to work iu
plain clothes at odd jobs for private
employers. The Seventh foot were “The
Elegant Extracts” because at one time
all their officers “had been chosen from
other corps.” The Forty-sixth owed
their name of “The Lacedemonians" to
their colonel's stirring speech ou the
ancient Spartans. Like many other
regiments, "The Gallant Fiftieth” re
ceived several nicknames-“ The Blind
Half Hundred,” frcui_their ophthalmic
trembles in Egypt, and "The Dirty
Half Hundred” because in their penin
sular lights they wiped themselves with
their black facings. The One Hun
dredth regiment are “The Old Him
dred” and “The Centipedes.” The
Twenty-eighth were called “The Fore
and Afts" because, standing back to
back, they repelled a front and rear
attack before Alexandria in 1801. The
Cheshire regiment has been christened
“The Lightning Conductors” because
“in the Irish maneuvers of 1S0!> several
men were struck by lightning during a
night march.”—London News.
The ring-hal does not disdain an in
sect diet. Beetles, grasshoppers, lo
custs and termites are ail readily de
voured. as well as ticks and bots pick
ed from the hides of cattle. I have
sometimes amused myself by watching
the hold yet cautious and gentle ma'ti
ner in which one of these ravens will
approach a reclining ox and, after a
preliminary course of soothing caress
es, accompanied by a soft “cawing”
note, insert ids head into the ear and
dexterously extract the ticks. These
birds always seem to have a good un
derstaudiug with the older and more
experienced oxen, who will, at a hint
from one of them, lie down and place
themselves in the most favorable posi
tion for the extraction of their para
sites.—Stark’s Birds of South Africa.
Fovr.tl tilt* Elian.
An Irishman who was out of work
went on beard a vessel that was in
the harbor and asked the captain if he
could liml him work on the ship.
"Well,” said the <apiaiii, at the same
time handing the Irishman a piece of
rope, "if you can find three ends lo
that rope you shat! have some work.”
The Irishman got h Id of the rope
and, show big it to the captain, said,
“That's on • end, your honor.” Then lie
took hold of tl . and, show
ing It to the captain lief ore, said,
“,\mi 1 i I* 1 . your 1 -nor.”
Then, taking hold, of i,- iii "nils of the
rope, he threw It over!: ami. "-nying.
“And faith there's another end to It,
He w:. - imim dint ly <; -Lon
At the battle of .Hasting , A .
1000, the weapons being swords and
battleaxes. 800 fell fatally w< m-.h-d
out of every LOOO sohUers.
Do ■) r- ■ ’.css r -marks.
•* L'liol dg&iL
Don’t fret and
stew all summer
in a hot uncom
fortable room- f ( >1 x
What’s the use
when we are sell- Jf
at prices which suit even the most slender
An ounce of satisfaction is worth a ton of talk.
Satisfaction goes w th every article we sell.
H. 111. MILLER <£ SON.
This is the amount that Charles Broadway
liotiss, of New York City, offered to have his eye
sight restored. Mr. Rouss is paying thejpenalty
of twenty years’ overwork and neglect of his eyes,
pi obably neglect to provide himself with suitable
glasses in the beginning. The right glasses would
have prevented the strain of muscles and nerves
that for want of the aid that they needed have at
last given out. Is this not a warning to YOU
who need your eyes attended to? Examination
and consultation FREE ! Call now.
Jeweler and Gi a dilate Optician.
21 ”> Newcastle Street,
In-pector of Watches for Southern Railway. Time ty Wire daily from Washington
NEWEST SHIP S;
ef ffliilinery Goal
AT E. EARLES, 203 Newcastle .■-t.
Also a larg- assortment of children’s
ha I .-and. bonnets, laces, zephyrs, worst
ed’ lialr goods and switches made to
order a specialty.
New Livery Stables
Prompt attention given nil
nders. Drayage a spec
Phone 24-3. E S'.
Ilay, Grain, and
'!-•> : r.t y. ,t, tie! t
Bussell’s t'iiii! and 1 -ycr
!oni<‘ is achniiv,), tjged to Te
every bottle guaranteed,
f or sale bv al! dnvvists.
Money leaned on personal
property and real estate. Ap*
pt 10 U . y, . " i iu.i.j*
Eld ft THOMAS’.
l.iv iy, boarding and pule stshies
. *; i1i1*....-*, , , *t,l b'l.
Tel, 97. Newcastle St.
for Hoi vitiker.
Breakfast is the most im
portant meal of the day to
many business men. The
day starts with it, ami if
th'Ugs go wrong at break
fast ibey are apt to go
wrong ali day. Buy your
breakfast foods here and
you will be sure of a good
me ,1 and a good temper. I
Cream of Wheat,
1 ANCY GROCER.
312 Newcastle Street.
Those Flies n
Why don’t you kill them! j
Daisy Fly Filled
Attracts and Ltlij FLIES try
the million. Lasts &U suquncfe •’*,j
( I.■ • I *■' < I a—(vlyun ( fvanty.
Ail person-* bitvmA claims o:- demands
gp.in.st the t s-t:c ■ of Ulaiioii Robin ;n, io
■a*i u, arc I'Ui-jiv iK '. Gie'i to present and filn
tn-ui with in**. iTonnui v vcrllicd, as required
by Ihav. TlhkJulv/7
i-.DtVi ; PROMS'] O',
AdnßnVrator Estate Mm ion iPdiiiii-ou,