44 Every Cloud Has
a Silver Lining/*
The clouds of bad blood enveloping
humanity have a silver lining in the shape
of a specific to remove them. Sis Hood’s
Sarsaparilla, America’s Greatest Medicine,
•which drives out all impurities from the
blood, of either sex or any age.
ADMIX ISTRATOR'3 NOTICE.
GEOR JlA—Glynn Couuty.
Notice is hereby given to all credttovg of
the estate of John Mahoney, late of Hillsbor
ough county, Florida, deceased, and formerly
of Brunswick, Giron couuty, Georgia, to ren
der au account of their demands to me within
the time nrescribod by law, properly matte out.
And all persons indebted to said deceased aie
hereby requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned. This August 24,1900.
Administrator of John Mahoney.
PROCLAMATION -State of Georgia. M*-
eeutive Office, Atlanta.—Submitting constitu
tional -amendment regarding pensions for the
widow's of confederate soldiers to a vote of the
people a ttlie next general election.
Whereas, the general assembly of 1899 passed
by a constitutional majority the following act
'•An act to amend section K article 7, para
graph 1 of tht constitution of Georgia, so as to
extend the provisions of said section, article
and paragraph to the widows of confederate
soldiers, who, by reason of age and poverty, or
infirmity and poverty, or bltuduesa and pover
ty. are unable to provide a living for them
selves, and for other purposes.”
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the general assem
bly of Georgia, and it is hereby enacted by au -
ibority of the same, that section 1, article 7,
paragraph l,of the constitution of Georgia, be
aud the same is hereby amended by inserting
alter the word “service” in the 18th line, the
following words; '“or who, by reason of age
and poverty, or ixfrinity and poverty or blind
ness aud poverty, are unable to earn a living
for themselve , so that said section when so
amended, will read as follow*, tow it; u Vo sup
ply the soldiers who lost a limb, or limbs m the
military service of the confederate states, with
artificial limb# during life; and to
make suitable provisions for such confederate
frOldiers as maty have been otherwise disabled
or permanently injured in such service; orwho
may, by reason of age and poverty,or infirmity
mmh si<l poverty, or oliudoeua and poverty, art uu
■jbiu to provide aHvir.g for themselves, and for
Mb widowi of tty h confederate soldiers ;w may
Have died service of the confederate
■tates, or sauce, from wounds received therein.
rersonefagp aud poverty, or infirmity and
poverty, orMlnane** and poverty, are unab e
JJ Provide ft living tor themselves; provided
-nftt the act shall only apply to such widows as
were married at the time of auoh service, and
nave remained unmarried since the death of
such soldier hutdaud.”
further enacted, that, if thiß
amcudmeiit ,uu b, to by two-thirds of
the KcneralaMemtilj.ofeaoh hotter, the naute
shallboentertdou tnetr Journal, with the tea,
and nave taken thereon, and tho governor shut
l cattee the amendment to lie published In one or
I more-oJ the newepapere in each cougreeeional
I district for two months Immediately paecoding
I the neat general civet mu, and the snnte shall l*e
1 nthnuttea to the people at -the tint guneA
■ e-ectlSu, B(1 the voters thereat shall have wnt
■fctn or piloted on thofj tickets, “For ratiUea
section 1, at tide r. i.aragr.ti.h l. of it.,-
nf tin, state. . r-Agan st .atidva
"i thl- .tate,**h, the, m
of tic vtcot.i. qunlmed t •
<lf ‘hep, \t . ■■m i h mvi 1,
fra- r ;U:i
i***• - “IS " r g'-teriH.f
tl S. f* fotogoing proveeed
...vfe 60 ? ~,lu,t on t herehj sail
f ttds te iH 1 ?! £ r rejection, td the
tßj tho Governor. ■ ;r u '* r
.. . \v. w arren. U,,m“uc
Serrice By Publication.
j ‘ I AT ,F OFjgEOnaiA-roßnty of/Jljnn.
Jttin Bugera, lin blyMjeuporiorCouri, May
inl ( T-eriu, 1000.
T * * himb ea it MroECK.
•ftu .the Defcnu,; nt, Susie lUrors :
Afc W k> f/'®.*>nan*iea to lit; arad appear
CaaS I f!fK r sSS!i lerni, next,of Gtynu Superior
V? iC , kiynn County, Cieorgiiu on tlie
nmT'r M / ,n w ay , ,K Deccm,n?r > L<m - i‘t Ay Ten
° f lb ® f ' ,r ? no< ’ n <rf •infci. Ilini
fiff ,Trft ? I? "Osvvr the Complaint of the plam-
J.froroo,* * boTe ‘■ lat<d M a his i-ikol for
the lienorable Joseph W. Bennett,’
l ? u)l ® or ' " U| tOf Glynn Cwutv,
tois uit iOIU day
, a H. F. duBIGNON,
Cierl Superior Court, Glynn ounty, Ga.
£T A £ B GEORGI A —G J ynu Cou ntv.
The Kedeaai Transport aud| In Equity m the
inaaraufe; Cos., ct. aL, j superior Comt of
... **• . i. of said county
The Atlantic Cotton Cos., ' Suit to enforce
The defenda&ts. J. H. Kraut, Carlo Krnut, C
Schumacher A Cos„ a copa-iiiershin A. Norden
A c.q„ acopaitnersldp, H. MT. o. WlllUxn
U. Alii sou and J. 6, Thomas, arc .tided
an-l required to be and appear in person or bv
attorney at the i\ej.L December, 1900, term of
the Superior Court of said county, tube he'd in
tne court house of said county, at Brunswick
* n the first ADinday la December, next, and by
j 7 ° a. nn, oi saj 1 day. then and there to
•awer the plaintiffs in thisac ioji, as ,n default
■ herro. tbe CotygMjull proceed ns to justicc
■nay aopertain Dness the lion .?o-. w Urn-
Judge of said Court. This 27th <1 <y .f duly,
■No. If. f\ i*u BIG.VON-
Clerk Superior Court, Glynn Cos., Ga.
ftp Hit Weaitier.
Breakfast is the most im
portant meal of the day to
many business men. The
day starts wUb it, and if
tbiugs go wrong at break
fast they are apt to go
wrong all day. Boy your
breakfast foods here sod
yon will be sure of a good
meal and a good temper, I
Cream of Wheaf
312 Newcastle Street.
THE DODGE SUITS.
The Famous Litigation Will
Last Chapter in the Bloody
Dodge Land Cases Soon
to be Written.
' It looks new like the famous Djdge
land suits will ootnfl to au end. Ex
aminer J. N. Talley, of Macon, will
Boisb bis work within tbe next few
weeks end thee tbe last chapter of tte
bloodiest civil suits ever a ltd iq
Georgia will be reached.
Tbe history of these, now famous
suits is interesting.
A number of years ago William E.
Dodge, of New York, purchased large
traots of timber in this state. He
ereoted large saw mills and extensive
ly engaged to the lumber bueines .
His hetsdquirters ware "at Eastman
and through his t ffnrts anew county
was formed end named Dsd-gp. From
the first trouble was had over the
lauds bought by'v'tVsdge. Almost
every lot was claimed by other parties,
lo a number of instances a compro
mise was. affected, Dodge taking tbe
'imber aud tbe other claimants the
land. Most of the casts were, how
ever, were hotly contested. For
twenty yrars past it is highly probable
that Dodge was either the plaintiff or
defendin' of ihe civil oases
tried by the courts iti Dodge, Telfair,
Montgomery and Laurens oounties.
A lew years ago Mr. Dodge died,
his son, Norman \V. Dodge, of New
York, coming into the possession cf
the property. At tins time the porsou
giving tho mott trouble was Luther A.
Hill, a shrewd t.i conecten: eleas Uw
fiV who lived a' Eastman. Hall a
some lima previous, kad ebar.ee of
Dedg-V legal thereforo,
knew th weak points f his cltimr.
After leaving I) dge’s cm;;lor be bt
gar. -tae manu'actunng 8f liod titles
and w*a very sucaeesful in having his
claims paased upoa favorably iq the
-We e .r. as tgaioec D )og<;.
mao D jiige carried ihe matter to tbe
federal courts and seound a reatain
ing ord , preve itirtg Hail front inter
fering with tbe 1 ~ Jl-iit disre
garded tlii* injunction ami was eent
0 the Chatham county jail for three
months by Judge Bpt-er for ooatempt.
H' was released from j *il huts few
WHY HE CURES.
The Greatest Specialist of the Time Gives
Kvery Case His Prwmal Attention.
n nr<ft - Meet doctors hare a certain number
i/ucior of stock remedies which they use iu
Hathaway’s all cases which Mera at nil similar.
J bis Is not Dr. Hathaway’s method,
mcinoa* E\ cry case with Mm is most carefully
r— ——==— ——-ylupnowd and the exact
r \ ffJhlUoupfUiedleeasedcon
'. Y dltion determined. Tbua
‘-very caeo 1* treated xepar-
V ately and medicines are xtf-
f! min lute red which Hr
elm AT fa specially prepared under
|7 Hr. Hathaway's personal
0 HpyA . 7 pupervlsion for each case.
aJctßPe-v K Not wo people are affected
By)' • TLy' f-amo manner, conw<juent-
JRadfiAriFA ly no two people abouid bo
treated In the ea;ne wav
jfmßt* v JB I, even for pome complaint.
*w|Lr; j Hr. Ilittba jay In n special*
l*t In the l*eet sense of tlie
XywiQ®.' I’’ word bo treat* special dla-
■— ■ ■■ -•* ■ ■■■ ■ Jeanon in a special manna r.of
ofhlaown—a syatera studied out yoarn atro while in
c-a>rtJ ... college and hospital practice and im>
■•“•ry asase proved and enlarged upon constantly
Specially daring the twenty years since -
— r - twenty years of tho most extensive
■ reaiaa. practice enjoyed by anr specialist In
thlscountry. Dr. Hathaway’s great and uniform suc
cess is due to this individual system of treatment
Fvniiialwo In •pit® of hundreds of requests
yearly from doctor* In ail pa rt* of the
■ rosimeni world, aeklng for the privilege of
njdnir Dr.Hathaway’mnetbod of treatment,h believes
It wiser to allow none beside himself tho knowledge
of bis remedies, as he is too well aware of the mis
chief which may be done by the unskillful use of any
D . . . . rnvtm. ®J*Vn.hAv*r mind how perfect.
Blood and Skip Dr. Hatha way’s treatment for
Diaaaaai. blood diseases In whatever stage
cures all forms of ulcers, sores,
blotches, pimples, etc., and not only restore-' the skin
and scalp to their natural condition, but so purifU-i
the blood that the disease Is pe. oiaoontlv and com
pletely driven from the system and all this without
administering poisonous or dangerous drugs.
VufauwuiU ..rf _ t Vrloool
- snoooeie ana nd stricture m 3 uwttiod ~iclu
Stritur. SST“I2 n, "a"l"F*E2si
ot n eaw* r<*ulU tn a |,rfct
*nd pomumen, car*, ho operation I, reanired and
do pain or Incurveuieoc* are experienced by the
patient. The expense of this treatment is much less
D7 op.piU.in. or htnpltal or lnrtltnt*
treatment, and Is both .tufe and flur*. nwiorlmr tha
organs to a condition of perfect, rormsl aith.
everyone who •ends him his name and address.
u AM , UanL . Thedeinand for Dr. Hathaway’s new
NW Book b<ok "Manliress, Vigor, La-
FVtEEU the first edition of
thia book %rin a time a copy of
mis nook will be sent free to anyone who nendk hie
Oorttultaflan o, i®\*pa Ldflressp, Dr. HatLaway.
, I>r. Hathaway makoa no eh urge
FREE* f" r consultation and advice at either
■ *i?2® otor f, y mail.
J. NEWTON HATHAWAY M. O.
.... . nr ‘ Hathwx At Cos.,
15 TlrrmtEtn,), Mavanii-J, - ,
’ —uuj. tIMWi ,w.u.Uh 1
THE BRUNSWICK TMES-CALL SEPTEMBER 5. 1900
days before the cate against bhn was
to be Anally disposed of.
Just a day or two before court, Cap
tain John C. Foreytb, tbe main.wit
ness against Hail, was murdered at bis
home at Normandale. Suspic'or
printed to Hall as the instigator, and
he was arrested and tried for conepir
acy. Alonjf with half a do* >n or more
others be was convioted and seotenc and
to tbe Ohio penitentiary for life, where
be died a year orlwoegi.
Oa the morning after the assassini;-
tion of O.ptniu Forsyth, Andrew J.
Renan, who was supposed to have h U
a hind in the murder, was killed by.the
posse that was endeavoring to trgck
tbe murderer, Liter Luc'us 1,. Wil*
l(am, who was w.nted for refusing
to opsy .hemindttes of Judgo Spee.V
Aourt, was killed while raei-ting ar
rear. Several other hotuioid s ran be
traced to tbe Dodge litigation, direct
ly or indirectly. la 's me ini'ances
it is highly probable that tbe real
ownerof Mi* laud is not Dodge, but
there is no doubt that bis claim to
nmt of it is just .
The governor of Virginia offers a
reward of two hundred dollars to* the
capture of Ned Dedham," Colored,
charged with murder. Tn jnan is
described as live feet five inches id
charcoal blaok. One bis logs has
bien broken snd is slightly cr- pie.
It is said that he is either in Sou'h
Georgia -r Florida.
TO COMMAND ALLIES.
(tersuun t'lslfl niaruhtil Okoßrn to
I.esut loteriiutlounl Army Ist t’blnn.
Field Marshal Count von Waldersee,
tvho lias been appointed commander in
chief of the allied forces in Chino, Is
sue of the great military commanders
|of tho world. In Cermnny officers are
; selected to command armies not be
; cause of their noble birth, but entirely
according t.b their merits as soldiers.
! Bo *llOO Count von Waldersee succeed
ed Von Moltke It was because he had
shown himself to be nn expert In tho
: game of war. The fact that lie speaks
j both English and French as well as
German, makes ldiu peculiarly fitted
for the Chinese post.
Count vou Waldersee was born in
1832, entered.the army In 1850 and
served with distinction through the
(.OUST VO.V WAI.r,EKSHE.
war with Austria of JBO6 and through
the Fraued-Germau war of 1870-71. In
1882 Von Waldersee been tuft ouarter
master general acted as deputy
chief of the general staff on fichu If of
Field Marshal Count von Moltke, on
whose resignation he succeeded to the
position of chief of the general staff.
When Prince Bismarck retired from
the chancellorship, about 11 years ago,
it was reported that Von WalderSee
would la; h!s successor, and the count’s
name has since been freely used when
ever there has been a prospective va
cancy In that high office.
The Wife of the field marshal is at)
Thi- Polite Professor.
The palm for absentmlndedness
should he Accorded to s learned Ger
man professor. One day he noticed his
wife placing a hunch of flowers on his
desk. “What do they mean?” he
“Why,” she exclaimed, "don’t you
know that this is the aaniversary of
"Ah, indeed. Is It?” said the professor
politely. “Kindly let me know when
yours cornea around, aud 1 will return
your attention In kind.”—Collier’s
: I. '—-or.
At the battle of Hastings, A. l>
1006 the weapons being swords am)
ballleaxes, ,700 fell fatally wounded
out of every 1.0!i0 kii|. llers.
A TREE TOP BANQUET.
Unique Function Glyen i>y t kick
'•“■ Anioriemi In P.rls.,
One of the most unique and enter
taining functlous seen In. Paris since
the beginning of the exposition wqs.
that'recently tendered by M. 11. De
Young to Ids associates of the Ameri
can. commission and was by fair the
most original aud diverting. Since it
occurred it has been the talk of all
Farts, and those fortunate enough to
have been' Included lu the list of guests
have entertulned their friends at great
length with descriptions of the jolly
frolic In the tree tops, the donkey ride,
la which participated a world famous
singer, grave diplomats aud men of
millions, and all the other unique fea
tures willdli made Mr. De Young's little
breakfast tho greatest of the season.
In endeavoring to surpass all pre
vious aspirants for the honor of giving
mxm:.; i\ a
tho mot t bizarre entertainments, Mr.
De Young had cut out a hard task for
himself, for nil Paris seems to have
gone uind ou tbe subject during the
exposition, and there have been a series
of unique anil unusual affairs, probably
Mr. De Young is uot only a milliou
airo many times over, but he Is also a
man of originality, and he determined
to do something which had not yet
been done. It was while wrestling
with tills weighty problem that he
Stumbled on the famous village of
SenuxUobiuson, which Americans
sometimes playfully term the Coney
Ishtud of France. It Is situated about
nine Tulles south of Paris and Is
really one of the great show places of
Here Bohemia In Its best estate
reigns supreme, and the typical habi
tues are students and grlSettes. It Is
also the groat resort for workingmen's
wedding parties ami thousands of
honeymoons have been celebrated
At ItohSnson the Darwin theory litis
Its vindication, for man discards thu
polite modern veneer, returns to the
habits of his •J.’ta .vUus.-Uta
and dines among the leafy branches of
the great tree*. Tlie proprietors of
several restaurants have built plat
forms niqpng the branches of the huge
oaks. These bowers between heaven
and earth are reached by ladders.
The guests having assembled, tltt'Jr
repasts are hoisted In baskets over pul
leys. The guests serve themselves. In
some trees are as many ns five super
imposed platforms, the largest accom
modating 12 people, The leafy village is
made up of tree top cafes and restau
rants. An incidental sport is donkey
riding, every establishment keeping
several animals to rffit to excursion
As Mr. He Voting gazed at the
beautifully adapted natural play
ground a great light dawned on him
and he Instantly resolved that this
should he the scene of his revel. Of
cohrse, it would not do to have 'his ex
clusive aud aristocratic guests, the
creme de la creme of the American
colony in Baris, mixed with the rabble
of the Parisian boulevards, and so ho
rented the largest platform In the
grove for the whole day, with’the
peremptory proviso that no one elsf
should be served.
Then he engaged special cooks, pro
vided the best food, wines, liquors a A
cigars obtainable and issued Invi
tations, mainly to the commissioners
and their wives and relatives and the
staff of American officers.
To give an idea of the capacity of
these trees it may be mentioned that
there were 116 guests iri Mr. JJe
Young’s party, and every one dined up
in the trees. From any of the elevated
platforms In these trees a grand view
Is obtained of the beautiful Beaux
The ladder climbing proved another
amusing episode, several of the more
robust matrons finding the feat ex--
tremely difficult. There among the
leafy branches toasts were shouted
from one platform to another, and
orations were delivered by orators In
visible In the foliage.
The unique affair cost Mr. De Young
$2,000, being two-tlilrds of his $3,000
salary as commissioner, but since be
achieved his object of startling even
the gay Parisians, the trifling expend
iture probably caused the Californian
Now H.* Own Jones ft.SB.
“This morning I reminded Jones that
be owed me 05 cents.”
“Did It vex him?"
"Oh. no: tt reminded hint to remind
n:o 1 owed him $2 ."-Chicago Heo-
. WillKbuy a Model 59Columbia Chadless Bi C y c j g
> - v ' ■ '' ' • \V ‘ * ' t • V:*
vyiii buy a Model 51 Ladies Chainless F ,
Will buy a Ladies Cushion Frame r; , rm . .
something nice. Try one—buy one! 1 his is
$15,00 to $ 20.00
W .1 ljuy a good Ladies' or e, at
Su m m er
mt \ Bargains
A,clearance sa’e t t o ina ke room for new eoods
r Parlor Suit,--R pieces, wot A |4( ,
a a k u e T^ riUor 4 ' v ;°"t win* 9,
I Oak Bed Room Suite, ,1 ' -
Bed Lounges, worth $lO , now sl2 * ll now $lB
; Centre Tables 59 cents i , 0
i 108 Gream Fre*ors wo .50 s t $1 98 -fMManH'i
Un OtaJR , ** #rtm * “° f Sideb " Br <' B .‘ Cupboards W "T|
Prices Below the Market, igggj
Manufacturers of CMiiemrrifle aiud Artificial Stone.
CHUE HALL* Proprietor
Vou can get the best the market affords by eating here
sis grant ht.
fp rfl DRi fl Allays Irritation, Aids Digestion,
-f I T r T 1J I II m the Bowel,,
1 ttiHIN/1 aXftssftg*
p|G j -M L (Teething Powder*) XJL TCIiTHINA Relieves the Bowd
jr.% \ rtfkfc Costs only 25 cents at Drnggists, Troubl %s dren y
ormU24ceaUtoC.*J. MOFFETT, M.D..ST. LOU 13, r
ISVERY BAKKHJL SELECTED has i;ood our ouahty test. Failure to coma
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