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At last Jimmy Miolsael is happy. At
Woodside Park, Philadelphia, on Sat
larday, he defeated Jobume Ne’eon the
new ‘ phenom” in a twenty-five mile
paoed race. He was about a quarter of
a lap to the good at the finish. IneS
dentallT he smashed the world's re
cord made by Nelson two weeks ago.
At that time Nelson made the diatanc;
in 39 minutes and 16 second*.
Bob Fitzsimmons Is going back t>
the "stoige.” He will open in Phila
delph.a in "The Honest Blacksmith"
about the last week in October. His
wif j , Rose Julian, w.ll support him,
and he will have as sparring partner
either Turn Shirker or the Akron
G ant, Qua Ruhlin.
Hart Boswell, one ol the m)i widely
fcoown racing usn of the world, died
Saturday in Lexington, Mr. Boswell
it was. who ored the famous Nancy
Hanks, 2:04. This great barns** racer
was the wonder of her uay and surged
a craze for things Nancy Hanks. Ev
ery conceivable article from a tooth
a grand piano was named for
her ana her nthae went around the
A LIFE AND DEATH FIGHT.
Mr. W. A. Hines, of Manchester,
is,, writing of his almost mir&eulou*
escape from death, says: “Exposure
after measles induoed serious lung
fe tublo, which ended in Consumption.
■ had frequent hemorrhages, and
and day. All my doc-
said I in-r soon die. Then I be
gan to use Dr. King’s New Discovery
| for Consumption, which completely
oared me I would not be without it
‘even if it cost 16.00 a bottle, Hon-
used it on my recommenda
tion, and all say it never falls to cure
Cbeet and Lung troubles.”
Regular size 50ots. and Trial
holt lea free, at all drug stores,
The sale of the personal property of
the estate of Marion Robinson will be
■continued today, at the store next to
the Brunswick BDk & Trust Cos., be
ginning at 10 o’clook A floe oppor
tunity to secure bargains in white
goods, field glasses, dry goods, wear
ing apparel, and other useful and
The emergency hags sent by a church aociety
to Kansas soldiers in the Philippines contained
among the necessities a box of DeVV itt's Witch
Hazel Salve, the well known cure for piles, in*
and skin diseases. The ladies took care
to obtain tne original DeWitt’s Witch Hazel
. Salve. knowing that all the counterfeits are
Mfe|hlesB. W. J. Butts.
■ k'THKRN VETERANS M EKT.
Hv'jnctiard, low*. 3*pt. 4.—Tne *'■
Dual meeting of tba Veteran*’Assocu
tioc of Northwest Miaaouri and Soutb
' west lowa, i beirg held here today
old veteran* ara out in foroe, and
profit*ola maatiog ia asaartd. r iM#
ieaaiona will eaotfnue for three day*.
N Relief f*r Twenty Tear*.
•*1 n*d bronehiti* for twenty year*," laid Mr*
Minerva Smith of Danville, lll., “and at time*
have been bed fait. I oarer go, relief until
bad taken Foley’* Honey and Tar. It 1* plea
ant and giro* quick relief, and l* a sure cure
tor throat and lnng disease*." Tke nothing
lserAk. 8. Butt*.
"Mr. W. E. Hixon, of Lumber City,
epant yesterday In the city,
Large sun spots, astronomers say, cauaod the
extreme l>c*t this rammer, and doctors declare
nearly all the prostrations were induced by dis
order* of the stomach. Good heallh follows
good digestion. Kodol I'yspepsia Core digest-,
what yon eat. If you have Indigestion or dys
pepsia it will quickly relieve and permanently
cure you. W. J. Butt*.
Russell’s Chill and Feyer
sTonfe is acknowledged to be
Wise Best on the market,
levery; bottle guaranteed.
For sale by all druggists.
Captain Newman Is Quietly Doing
Some Good Work.
Capt. T. Newman told a reporter yes
terday that work had already s arted on
gala week and that he expected a big
Members of the cl y council havej
been aeea tnd they say that they wil
give the Fair Asioclatiou the privi
leges of the atresia and assist the gala
movement In evsrv way possible.
There is no doubt that the manag
ers of the last fair made a mistake by
having it In the summer, and as auth
orities on such things say that Novem
ber is the best month of the year for
anything in the fair line, it Is believed
that the gala week and the race most
will p.-ove the most successful under
taking of the kind Brunswick has ever
Mr. Newman anti the Fair Afsooia
tion ask for the co-operation of the
public in this matter and the request
should call for united action on the
pail of tke people.
Cured of Ohronio Diarrhoea After 30
Years of Suffering.
“If suffered for thirty years with diarrhoea
ami thought I was past being cured," says
Johns.Halloway, of French Camp, Miss. “I
had spun ac much time and money and suffered
so much that I had given up allfhopes of recov
ery . I was so feeble from tbo effects of the diar
rhoea that I could do no kind of laborc mid not
even travel, but by accident I was per nltted to
And a bottle of Chamberlain’s Collo, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy, and after taking sev
eral hottles I am entirely cAred of that trou
ble. lam so pleased with the remit that I am
anxious that it be in reach of ail who suffer as
I have.” For sale by Bishop’s drug store.
AT THE OGLETHORPE.
W. H, Marie, Canton, O.; C. P. Ma
lette, Mt, Pida-fflff^ r . E. llixon, Lum
ber City; E. A. Everett, Atlanta; W. B.
Foster, Macon; J. J. Whidden, Macon;
A. Rothgreser, New York; Thomas D.
Weld, Atlanta; K. K. Knox, Darien; J,
E. Myaiek, Savannah; J. 3. Harrison,
Savannah; Edwin A. Cohen, Savannah;
E. F, Thomas, Baltimore; 11. H. Cheat
ham, Detroit; L. L, Randolph, Phlla
dei, , v W.O. Bull, Albany; O. W.
Rinoh, Macon: A. H. Robinson, Ma
con; J. J. LoWfy, Atlanta; John W.
Bennett, Weycross; E. J. McKee, Val
dosta; W. S- Fender, Valdosta; S. F,
If you eat without appetite, you
need l’rickly Ash Bitters. It prompt
ly r<g>oves impurities that olog and
impede the action of the dlgeative or
gana, creates good appetits and diges
tion, strength of body and nativity of
brain. W. 3. Butts.
THE STATE ELECTION.
The Slate Democratic Executive
committee will meet in a few days and
arrange for the holding of the eleotion.
The demccrata of Glynn county are
fully alive to the importance of a full
vote, and the inflieaoe it will bavs
not only in this State, bnt in every
other State in the Union. The State
ticket wbioh is to he voted this year
will be the longest in the history of
eleotions in this State.
BUY THE GENUINE'
SYRUP OF FIGS
CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.
nr WOTX THE SAME.
KANSAS STATE FAIR.
Wichita, Kang, Sept.4.—The annua!
State fair opened here today. It is the
largest fair evsr bald in the State. The
wheat, oat and eorn exhibits art the
largest and best yet put forward, and
are causing much favorable oomment.
The fair remains open four days.
The progressive nation* of tke world are the
great food consuming nations, Good food well
digested g ves strength. If you cannot digest
all you eat, you need Kodol Dyspepsia Core. It
digeets what you eat. Yon need not diet your
self. It contains all of the digestunts combined
witL the beet known tonic* and reconstructive*
it will even dflgestH all classes of foods in a bot
tle. No other preparation will do this. It in*
t-tantly relieves and cures ail stomoch troubles
W J Butts
FOR jSALfi-X vo fine milch cows.
I Apply 412 JBstroet,
THE BRUNSWICK! TIMES-CALL SEPTEMBER 5. 1900
Quite a Number of Cases
Eight unfortunates were given seats
in the prisoners’ pen at the Mayor’s
court yesterday morning, and among the
number that faced Mayor Atkinson were
many old timers. None of the cases
were of any unusaal Importance, and
they were quickly disposed of as fol
E. R. Cunningham was the first tried
for disorderly eondact. He pleaded
guilty and was fined 8 or 30 days.
Sam Pinkney and Fannie Campbell
were charged with oarsing and fighting
each other. They both pleaded not
guilty, hut the evidence was against
them and a fine of $5 or 60 days was pat
Esaa Borders was charged with curs
ing and diaturbingneighbors. He plead
ed guilty and was charged $3 or 30 days,
T.D.Sherman pleaded guilty to disor
derly conduct, and received the stand
ard—f 8 or 30.
Willie Floyd was charged with vio
lating tho bicycle ordinance. His case
was a very mild one and he got off with
the light fine of tl or 10 days.
Sissie helium was next, charged with
being drunk and out after hours. She
pleaded not guilty, but after hearing tke
Witness the mayor imposed a fine of $5
or 60 days.
Charles Joiner had no place to sleep
Monday night and was arrested for
sleeping on the streets, and was fined $2
or sleep in the jail five nights.
Comes from Dr. I). B, Cargile, of
Washita, I. T. He writos: “Four
bottles of B'eotrio Bitters has mired
Mrs, Brewer of scrofula, which had
caused her great suffering for years.
Terrible sores would break out on her
head and face, and the best dootora
could give no help; but her cure is
complete and her health ii excellent.”
This shows what thousands have
proved—that Kleotrio Bitters is the
best blood purifier known. It’s the
supreme remedy for eczema, totter,
tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, boil* and
running sores. It stimulates liver,
kidneys and bowels; expels poison,
helps digestion, builds up the strength.
Only 60ots. Bold by all druggists.
Hot days followed by 000 l nigbts
will breed malaria in the body that is
bilious or oostive. Prickly Ash Bit
ters is very valuable at this time for
keeping the stomach, liver and bowels
well regulated. W. J. Butts.
The colored baud of this oily de
serve* a great deal of credit, aud
should be encouraged by their race.
On every public occasion this band ie
ready to assist, and at times it would
be bard to get along without it. The
members of this organization are im
proving daily, and before many
moatbe roil by, It will be among the
leading oolored bands in tbo Wtate.
A'len Ilalvereon of West Prarle, Wis., says:
“People coin* ten mile, to buyj Foley*. Kidney
Cure,” while J. A. Bpero of Uelmer, I ml., nays:
“It i* the medical wonder of the ’age." w. J,
TIMES-CALL JOB OFFICE.
Those who want the best work, at
the lowest figures, should bring it to
this office. On large dodgers, our
prices and work will make you a con
stant customer, If you will give us the
first job. King up 31, and a solicitor
J. W, Watkins will loan
you money on personal prop*
erty and real estate.
MITCHELL at THOMAS.
Livery, boarding and aalo stables.
Finest turnouts in the city.
Tel, 97. Newcastle Bt.
MR. J A 3APP DEAD.
Expired at Sapp’s Sail Yesterday After
a Long Illness.
Mr, J. A. Sanp, the well known tur
pentine operator ot Sapp’s Still, expired
yesterday afternoon of cancer and his
interment will occur at Mt. Pleasant,
this afternoon. The dsccaied was well
and favorably known In this city, hav
ing conducted a business here some
years ago and his Brunswick friends are
many. The death was not unlooked
for. because physicians said that he
could not hope to recover, and the de
ceased had made up hiß mind to accept
the inevitable withont a murmur. Mr.
Sapp leaves a wife and. a large family
of children, all of whom are about
September is Malaria’s
Malaria Is bad enough: ite children arc
Fevers Cured I’j , —■,
JOHNSON'S CHILL AND FEVER TONIC
FROM A FORMER SOLDIER.
“Soldiers comprehend the horrors of a Fever
Stricken Gamp miles away from tho base of
supplies. In such places Johnson’s Chill aud
Fever Tonic came m. You needed no Quinine
of Calomel; use .Johnson's Tonic, and you
wouldpull through.”—Chas, F. Uodkn, Everett
USE NO OTHEE. IT KEEft YOU WELL
A. B. GIRARDEAU,
Sols Manufacturer, Savannah, Oa.
The new, sparkling,
healthful and refresh
ing drink, just receiv
ed by express. The
most popular and de
lightful drink of the
Free tickets honored
and more to be given
Call ana Try It
PM OF SWEETS
Til OS. LLOYD.”
Having just returned from
New York I beg to inform
the public that 1 now have in
my stocK all kinds of lace
window curtains, lace bed
spreads, counterpanes, bu-
reau scarfs, piano covers,
mantle scarfs, etc., at prices
to suit the public.
NOTE—in a few dsyg' I will receive a full
line of Millinery Goode and haying secured the
Borriceu of a first class milliner from New York
will be prepared to do millinery in the latest
MRS. M. ISAAC,
208 Newcastle Street.
To ail whom it may concern: Henry G. Cur*
ti* having lu proper form applied to me for
permanent letters of administration on the e
tnte of Samuel Curtin, laia <>i said county* this
is to cite all and singular, the creditors and
next of kin of Samuel Ourtiv to be and appear
at my office within the lime allowed by law
and show cause, if any thty can, why perma
nent administration should not be granted to
11-nry G. Curtis on estate of Bantuel Curtis.
Witness my band and official signature this 4th
day of September, 1900.
j HORACE DART,
Ordinary Glynn County, Ga.
P|) ARE YOU FEELING'BADLY? 4
► HRICKLY ASH BITTERN ◄
W | WILL" CURE YOU. ** JjM
W- .J Butts, Special Agents.
Pages of talk on our furniture stock would
give but half an idea of the beauty and econo
my found here • Why not
Visit the Store
and let the goods do their own talking and the
prices their own saying? More than an entire
train load of suits and odd pieces have been placed
on tnese floors since last you were here. See about it
CARPET THAT ROOM.
No better time than now. Never were the prices
on high grade carpets so low as at present. Never
have the patterns ceen so beautiful,, the quality so
excellent or the price so attractive. Buy new car
pets now and make your home more attractive.
bach new'season nuds this department in better
condition to fill your wants. The principal foreign
carpet and rug centres have representation here.
We are quoting
Lower Prices Than Ever.
It ¥ MILLER & SON.
I his is the amount that Charles Broadway J
Rouss, of New York City, offered to have his eye
sight restored. Mr. Rouss is paying the penalty
of twenty years’ overwork and neglect of his eyes,
probably 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
Jast given out. Is this not ajMpkr to YOU
wher need your eyes attended'^Tßp® Nation
and consultation FREE! CallJWj
Jeweler and Graduate loptician:loptician: |
*ls N ew<- ,5
Inspector of Watches for Southern B.il w*P<Tlnsjg j! daily from Washington j
When you want a|good bottle of wb In
key, two things should be considered
quality and price. I carry a full line of
Paul Jones, Fremont and Peerless whis
key, Imported (Jin, California .Wines, and
he best of high grade beer. Also Cigars,
Tobacco and Pipes, Call on me when you
need anything In that line.
Monk and Oglethorpe Sts.
Cheap Rates Via Southern Railway.
After Sunday, Sept. 2, Southern Railway will
discontinue selling tickets to Havanuah at rate
of 91*00 for the round trip, that being the la*t
Sunday this rate will be used.
MACON, G A.—Excursion. 92.50 for the round
trip. Tickets on sale morning of August 20,
final limit August ill.
CHICAGO, ILL. —* National Encampment
Grand Army Republic, $2425 for the round
trip. Tickets on Kale August 26-27, final limit
Sept. 8. By depositing tickets with Joint
agent before Sept. 2, and on payment of fee
of 60 cents, an extennlon of final limit may be
obtained until Sept. 89.
SAVANNAH, GA.~Georgia State Guards En
campment for Rifle Practise. For rifle teams
iu uniform, five or more on one ticket, one
fare for the mund trip. Tickets on sale Sept.
3, with final limit Sepl.9.
RICHMOND, VA.—*One faro for the round
trip, account Annual Convention National
Baptist Association (colored). TiekctH on sate
Sept. 10-12, with final limit Sept. 22, inclu
RICHMOND, VA.—Annual Convention Sover
ereign Grand Lodge. Independent Order dd
Fellows, One fare for the round trip. Tickets
on Hale Bept. 15*17, final limit Sept. 26.
MACON, Ga.—Street ami Agricultural Fair.
For individuals,out* fnre for the round trip.
For military companion and bra** band* fo
uniform, 20 or more on one Ucket, 98,80 for
the round trip. Ticket# on sale Sept. 21-28,
final limit Oct. 21.
LOUISVILLE,KY.,--Annual convention col*
ored Oddfellows. One lure for round trip.
Ticket*on sap;Bapt. 29*80, and Oci. ), final
limit Oct. 9.
ASHEVILLE, N.O,—Annnnl mectin Mlfadx
■ippl Vallop Medical Association, one-fare
for round trip. Ticket* on Hale out, 'i.*u, final
limit uct. 16.
K ANSAS CITY, MO.-Acomtm of Nml-n Con
vention of the Chrat lan chm
be sold to Kansas City, o ii Inal
limit <>ot. 23, at rate ox owe Im r und
trl p, pi ua 9 L
Southern Railway Cos.
Office of General Agent, Brunt wick, Ga.
For Savannah, Washington and New York.
Lv Brunswick (140 am 05 am
. r S* v ““ h 10:ioam 1* so am
Ar Washington 7 as am 8 so pm
Ar New York 20iipm 6 21am
Lv Brunswick.... 500 am 826 pm 005 pm
Ar Jnckaonyillo.. 923 am 740 pm 130 ass
For Macon, Atlanta, Louinville and Cincinnati.
Lv Brunswick 0 40 am a OS pm
Ar Macon 1 is pm o oo am
Ar Atlanta 3 50 pm 5 20 am
Ar Louisville 7 SO am 7 80 pm
Ar Cincinnati 7 45 am 7 40 pm
From New York, Washington and Savannah.
Lv New York..., 830 pm I! 15 am
Lv Washington.. USO pin 11 IS am
Lv Savannah.... 315 pm 620 am 000 nm
Ar Brunswick ..25 pm 806 am 885 pm
Lv Jacksonville 135 pm
Ar Brunswick 0 25 pm
From Cincinnati, Louisville, Atlanta and
Lv Cincinnati 8 80 am 8 00 pm
Lf loulsvlll. 7 46 am 7 45 pm
Lv Atlanta 10 48 pm 12 05 pm
Lv Macon. 1 00 am 2 30 pm
Ar Brunswick 7 10 am 835 pm
Bloodworth & Jones
New Livery Stables
Prompt attention given all
r;?ty r9 ’ ' I)fayftge a s P ec ~
Phone 24-3. E St.
K BALSAM „ !