MARY M’K&SH BURROUGHS, Editor.
A OEM FOR EVERY MONTH.
By her who in this month is bora
No gem save (jarnets should be warn.;
They will Insure her constancy,
True friendship, and fidelity.
The February born will find
Sincerity and jeaco of mind,
Freedom from passion and care,
If they the Amethyst will wear.
Who on this world of ours their oyes
In Match first open, shall be wire,
In days of petil firm and brave,
And wear a lilosdstone to their grave.
-Bhe who from April dates her years
Diamonds she wears, lest bitter tears
For vain repentance flow; thisatone
Emblem of innocence, is known.
W ho first beholds the light of day
in Spring’s sweet flowery month of May,
And wears an Emerald all her life,
Shall be a loved and happy wife.
Who comes with aumraor to this earth,
And owes to June her day of birth,
With ring of Agate on her hand,
Can health, wealth and long life command
The glowing Ruby should adorn
Those who in warm July are born;
Thru they will bo exempt and free,
From lovo’s doubts and anxiety.
Wear a Sardonyx, or for the
No conjugal felicity;
The August horn w.tliout this atone,
Tis said must live uuloved aud lone.
A maiden born with autumn leaves
Are rustling in September’s breeze
A Sapphire on her brow should baud—
'Twill cure diseases of the mind.
October’s child Is born for woe,
And life’s vicissitudes must know,
But lay an Opal on her breast,
And hope will lull those woes to rest.
Who Aral comes to this world below
With drear November’s fog aud snow
Should prize the Topaz’s amber hue—
Emblem of friends and lover’s true.
If cold December gave you birth--
The month of auow and ice and mirth--
22 Place on your hand a Turquoise blue; :
Success will bless whate'er you do.'
Mias F.orida Lmngtcn, of Fanny
Bluff, was ilia aUrcctivs guest of
friend, in Brunswick yesterday.
Misses Mary Lilia Blanton, Mary
McCullough and Leslie Butts will be
among tbe graceful and charming de
butantes of tbe ooiuing season.
Mrs. Nortnan L. Shelverton and lit
tle son, Master Page St.elverton, will
leave shortly for the up country,
where they will spend several w'eeka
Mrs. John Duel llmger, of Fanoy
Bluff, spent yesterday lu Brunswick,
tbe guest of Mrs. John Hass, at her
pretty home on K street bi ulrvard.
Mrs. Jaok Livingston, of Bladen,
•pent yeaterday with friends in Brunt
Mrs, J. W. Way has returned from
* pleasant visit to friends in Savan
Mrs. Carry Kaufman, who t as been
Visiting Miss Fit ra Marks for some
time, leaves for her borne in Fort
Caines, Thursday, much to tbe regret
of hermany friends.
The many Mentis cf Mr.. M. r.
Bean will regret to lea-ro that she is
quite ill at the home of her daughter,
Mrs, L. J. Leary,on Howe street.
Many Brunswick friends will be in
terested in knowing that Mr. and Mrs
A, J. McVeigh are at present making
their home In Atlanta, where Mr. Mo-
Veigb is interested in business,
Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Blain and chil
dren leave in a day or two for Maoon,
where they will spend some time the
guest of Col. and Mrs. W. A, Jetar,
M ss Addie Paul has returned to
her boms in Darien, after making
many friends aud receiving a number
of charming attentions the guest of
Miss Mane DcVoe at her home oo
Mrs. R. L. Branham, of Macon, was
the guest of Mias Margaret Pylse, at
her home at Pyles, Marsh, on Sun
A telegram Sunday announced tbe
arrival of Mr. anti Mrs. P. D. Moody
in Boston, an item of interest to
Mrs, C. L. E liot apeat Suoday at
Pylea Marsh, tbe guest oi her cousin.
Miss Margaret Pyles.
Misses Susie and Groerivs Ralston
have returned to Brunswick, after a
pleasant visit to St. 8 moo island, tbe
guest of Mrs. W. S. Irvine and rela
tives at the mills.
Elizabeth Gertrude is tbs nams
that has bsen given to tbed laty little
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J, E,
Moore, at their home on George
Miss May Mailard, of Savannah, is
the guest of her uncle, Mr. Charles
K-llam, at his pretty home on K
The Ladies Aid Society, of tbe Bap
list church, held an importaut meet
ing yesterday afternoon, with many
There will be important meeting cl
the Eastern Stai chapter at tbe Masonic
ball this evening at e gbt c’oiock, at
which every member is nques edto
The BruobWiok H tleinen are looking
Impatiently forward to the state tar
get shoot, which comes utf in Savan
nah on the third and fourth . Mem
bers of the oompany who won .dis
tinction at the sbuot in Wayoross a
short time ago and wbu will repre
sent the eompany in Savannah, ate
Messrs. Luther Lamb, H-nry Pear
We are now receiving daily ship
ments of the finest California aud Nona
Georgia mountain grown fruits, con
This is strictly an American
fruit stand, catering only to first
class trade. Telephone or other
orders will be promptly sent out,
and satisfaction guaranteed in
every instance. Trial orders so
PiLficE if Siitii,
Next door to Fleming & Waff’s.
THE HKUxNSVYTCK TJMiS-CALL, AUGUST 28, 1900.
•on. Colton Hoyt, J.H. Matthews
and Frank Soarlett. It ia a subject of
muob regret, that Mr. Pat Golden.one
of the finest ahota in the company,and
one who woo the highest acorej in
Wayorose, will be unable to leave
Brunawick at that time, so there was
a substitute put io his place. Since
returning from Wayoross, such exo 1~
lent shots have been made by Messrs.
Juliua Extrowitcb and Robert Pyles
that they have elected to go as repre
sentatives of the battalion.
After speeding some tlnas io Way
netvllle, North Carolina, Miss Lilia
Hazlsburet Burroughs will visit S la
bury, the guest of Miss Annie Wiley
before returning home.
Miss Mabel Cook has return.d home
after a visit of several weeks to friends
LOCAL 1 PERSONAL.
The Judge diary will reopen shortly
The Mallory steamer reached port
Mr. Henry Hirsch has returned from
Much interest is being manifested in
the prize fight between Corbett and Mc-
Coy Thursday night. The relun a will
probably be received in this city that
The naval reserves will meet in the r
armory tonight, l !
There is an unusually small tleet of
vessels in port at ptesent.
Tbe steamer Emmeline carried a col
ored excursion from Darien to Fernan
Mr. Edwin Cohen of 8a annah spent
Sunday in the city.
Capt. U. Dart is quite ill at his home
on Reynolds street.
Mr. W. B. Cosby, traveling represent
ative of the Southern Railway, is in the
Mr. Ed Cohen has returned from sev
eral days visit lo Sayannah.
Mr. Max Isaac returned yesterday
from a pleasant trip to New York.
FATALIIY FOLLOWS FAILURE
t> use FOLEY’S tilDXfcY CUKE in time. If
taken in eaiHer stages of Bright’s disease aud
diabetee, it is certain cure. You have noticed
the high death raiefioin these diseases, and .t
is not wise to ignore early symptoms when a
medicine like FOLFY’S KIDNEY CURE can he
had W.J. Butts.
BASE BALL SEASON OVER.
Our Club Hs Won 15 and Lost 13
With the Fernandma games in Sa
vanaab last week, ended tbe season, as
far as Brunswick is concerned.
Although tbe team has not been a
success financially, it has afforded the
lovers of tbe sport much pleasure, and
it is regretted that (hose at tbe head
of it have cinie out behind.
Since tbe reorgsnizitiou of ourclub,
or, in other words, since the profess
ional team was formed, they have
played 28 games, winning 15 and los
ing 13, as -the following tab e will
Club. Played, Woo. Lost.
Jacksonville 9 6 3
Atlanta 2 2 0
Farnandins 5 0 5
Qutcoy 2 11
Charleston 2 2 0
Selma 4 0 4
•Brvannab 33 0
28 15 13
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. There Is no kind of pain
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Advertised Letter List.
The following is a list of letters re
maiog in the posteffloe at Bruns
wick, Gi , unclaimed, for the week
ending Aug. 25, 1900.
B-Mr. Lewis Brown, Ed Brown,
R. J. Bryant, Miss Annie Blossoms,
W. A. Ball, Mrs. Fred M. Baker, Rev.
C—Orange Cherry, Mrs. Helen L.
Cook, Miss Mary Collin, 8. J, Chris
D—Miss Carris Davis, Mies Beatrice
Deshobier, Mis. Jobnie Digers.
G—Miss Mamie Lee Gipson.
H—Rav. S. C. Hampton, Ross Hunt
er, Tom Heyward, Silvester Hilliard,
J—Miss L. H. Jones, MiatCalia
Jjhnson, Miss Sohlia Johnson.
L—John MoCely Line,
M—Robert MoCulla, Riohatd M)j
O—O. W, Owens.
P- Monroe Proctor, Joshua Pile--,
R—Mrs. Eva Reimer, Charles Rob
S—Mrs, Laura Smons.
W—Miss Manny Worker, Hazel
Wi liams, J. Williams, Henry Wil
Parties calling for any of tbe above
will please say they were advertised
and pay one cent for each letter claim
ed. F Me. C. Bkown, P. M.
TRY ALLEN’S FOOT-EASE,
A powder to be shaken into jour
ehoeß. Your feet feel swollen, nervous
aud hot, and get tired easily. If you
have smarting feet or tight shoes, try
Allen's Foot-Ease. It coots the feet
atd makes walking tay. Cures swot
len, sweating feet, i..growing nail- - ,
blisters and callous epote. Relieves
corns and bunions of all pain, and
gives rest and comfort. Try it today.
Sold by all druggists and shoe stores
for 25 cents. Trial psfcuge free. Ad
dress Allen S. Olmsted, Lißoy, M. Y.
FOR SALE—At a bargain, either
cash or installment, the 7 room house
on Stonewall, between Monk and Glou
cester, known a3 the Brady or Harris
place. Also the vacant lot corner of
Lee and Gloucester, 100x125 feet.
Geo. T. Bailey, Central Hotel.
Mr. Alex. IpviDgston spent yester
day in Brunswick, the guest (f
The wolf in the fable put on sheets clothing
because if he traveled on his own reputation
ho couldn’t accomplish his purpose. Counter
feiters of DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve couldn’t
sell their worthless selves on their merits, so
they put them in boxes and wrappers like De-
Witt’s, Look out for them. Take only De-
Witt’s Witch Hazel Salve. It cures piles and
all skin diseases. W. J. Butts.
. —- . ... . . -
Fresh line of the beat hsmscaute
found at DeVoe’s.
LOST.—One compass watch obarm,
on Gloucester street between Uoion
and Oglethorpe streets. Finder will
return to Gustave AndersoD, at office
of Light and Water Cos.
It Saved His Baßy.
‘•My.baby was teirlbly sick with tie diar
rlicca; wc were unable to cure him with the
doctor's assistance, and, as a last resort, we
I tried Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Uo-.inuy,' say. Mr. J. rl. Doak, oi Wil
liams, Ore. ”1 am happy to say it gave imme
diate reiiel and a complete cure.” For sale by
Dr. Bishop's drag score.
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