Km REPORT lid.
of Will Tell Connell
of His Mg.
The City Fathers Will
Hold an Important
The people of Brunswick are answer
Expert BrsjV repj.r w on the ci’v
treasurer’s b iok9 will be conveyed4o
c uno 1 tonight by Mayor Atkinson,'
and a full board will probably be
Mr. Bray made a report Sa'urday
night tot' the tinance oommittee, but
nothing official hs been given out.
The repobt tonight will be complete.' 1
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mr. Irs Smith returned to the city
Notiue is directed to the "‘ad” of
Mr*. M. I kid elsewhere in the pspWr
th s mjrnipjj.'' Mr. 1-uo has good
stock, and is offering it at liv.ogpgf'ceY
The Riflemen held a tpJSting in their
Another big excursion will resoh
the city today,
.Congrefanaan Biautlej will leave to
morrow morning for AVoodbine, where
he will addreee a mammoth meeting of
Camden oounty voters.
•Messrs, Toni and Ford Fuller leave
shortly for Obsrlestor , where they
w 'l resume their studies at Porter
•* "St AVitlU Wilder leaves sbortlyfor
- where he will haveare
epo: .*;t4e ooaitiu, wsttl the E Ps
' ,ir '£ C'o,, fcsvirg b.'en promoted
Jr ,m his present portion.
One of the most important committees
tb it on admioUtrat.on—vvae carelessly
left out of yesterday’s library matter,
aud is as follows: C. L. Candler, chair
man. Mrs. Thomas Fuller, 11. M.King.
G. J. Orr.
Mr. If. ff! Stuitu, of Car.ersville,
G , recently of Aidants, arrived in
tbiteify yosterday, and has accep’id a
position with the B-twa Drug Cos.
1 After He Comes
S he has a hard enough time'. Every- J
jf thing that the expectant mother ,
Jf can do to help her child see should I
J 2 do. One o£ the greatest blessings j
she can give him is he .Ith, but to ,
*t do this, she must have health her- 1
fi self. She should use every means '
4 to improve her physical condition.
•s She should, by all n:caus, supply
I; her: :If with '
i > f?v\ rlTCiili. :
"a It will la a her ,
h.k _ cjaSitl through the cri-.s >
K l easily and
Ssh,. \ quickly. It is a *
l mt which h
'4 ; \ gives strength J
"v ] and vigor to the Jj
H —S VP' , 0W y"n u
Hk l that th
*k y .T-i * VSkgm stronger the lj
kp — "y~j which bear the -l
F " ' pain there will be. \
3 A woman living in Fort Wayne, *j
k Ind.. says: *' Mother' - Friend cl ! d
p-aVoiciers for me. Praise GoJ f r <j
B your liniment. ”
£ Read this from Hunel, Cal. q
" “ Mother’s Friend is a bie mg to 4
► fill women who i.ature's J
h ‘j.,. ,t • .-ov.Vh ”
y ordeal M tx-.c.Jtn.
y Get Mother's friend at tha
J' dreg store. SI per bottle. ,
I THE BRABHEI l JORLO., j
! Atlanta, Ga.
E Vv'rlte for our ito.t HluS.-" *.• Ibf
! H -
MAT BUILD NEW ROAD
Talk of a Line to Connect Valdosta
-An impo*tant railroad rumor comes
from Berrien county, Georgia,'to the
effect that the Gray Lumber Compttiy
of Leluton aud Pi, abloom, Georgia,
contemplates building a road to Nash
They have had a line bu lling in
this direction for several years, pri
marily for the timber in this seotion
south of L*>liaton, aid secondly to
If their line is completed to Nash
vdle, it is very prohibit that steps
will be taken to finish up the gap be..
tween Valdoita and that town
The grays have two large lumber
miils, one at Pioebloom and the otter
at LUiaton, and the road from Val
dosta to Nashville would opeu up an
excellent timber seo’iph for them, as
well as a floe territory for the
ohants in Valdosta"’”'
TO START TOD AT
Blood worth A . Will Begin Catting
on thi O’Shatighenncssy Land. £
Fifty or seventy five men will bs f
started to work this morning cutting
crossties, cord wood and telegraph polos
on the O’Bbaughcimessy 1and,12.000 acres
Ih all, by Messrs. Bloodworth A Jones,
who bavjji leased the land for five years.
An ad appears io-Jlie want column of
the Timkr Call this morning for men
who are Vranted to do this work. By
next week it is expected that two or three
hunted will ba' working on the laud.
They will start, th s morning about two
miles from the city, just oflpcaite Pal
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPQH
I’RUl‘rc E MARKET.
New York. Sept, t > -'The li ail.og futdi'e,
ranged a follow-ia the N.-w York l'roduce
Wheat,No. S,—Open. lll*],. clo'C
ept SUI-f Ml 1-4 78 7-8 r 1-2
bee S3 1-I 821-4 (113-8 812 1
Ooru, No. 2 '
a.'Pt if, 1-2 4f.7-s 455-8 15 8-8
I>JC 11 5-3 41 <j-i 4' 3-8 41 5-8'
NEW YiJllli COTTON.
New York, Sep . U.-The following table
sl> r 11: in pi i -of eotton for tin- (llT
’ Open. High. Lor. Cl se
October. . 9VI 10 Sli i) 02 io 2
Oeeembvr 9 CO Dili 9 r,t y 94
January 9 53 9 95 9 52 9l
April 9 (12 9 70 9 (12 9 SO
J nly . 9 58 3 67 9 58 9 67
WiLTj STAND BY YOU
j The “Oolnniljt* It f, vr' i.f,aortalcl of
the ‘<v r’d” is ft wilt ' j • vhirr< j
i Oct oorfid'i'Crt eai fit: <l, >. ec<. u e
■it ban stool tba test ul jit. b, at:J m
made f r -erv eß* wi*l ai icO’ra.
the ColuQtbia “ad" in tbie i*
Y!>. i’tovf. r s t he
flatten ’ hi- dloiv a the clv
• /••• #Ojku “Your runt hersandgrapd-
MT Do;ter£ wijre ecarce and they
b'trd at- .l .citie nervous
prr,tr. tioc ht ftf. IWii etc. Tii*y
~sed August Flower to teat) out tbr
• j era tied stop Jermf ulßUon of nml>
u-ated food -ifuiate toe acaoe of 'hi
Jtvar, stlmu.V j the action of t r.e cer
• yj- and orgr.rlc lyst'm, and that i
ft l they too it w r en reeling dull and oao
with headache sad ol: tr act e. Yo;
u y ’.eedafow do*-* of Green s Ae-”-.
. ->t FI over. in -q.;-" form to rnck
yot. 'riT'-'t ..ij nere >* nothing serioio
* - ■'♦ji > fcott .
a frugal r* or Brvrr Drue C
F-; .• be rs every boueerclr! ma c
ci e. cti.st !t ftffofdi iisr'.ftic relief
THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL SEPTEMBER 13, 1900
REPORTED BEHIND IT
It is Said Iht Ilc#st Owns
the New Atlanta f \Paper.
v :■ * r; " .
All Kinds of Humors* Are
Afloat In the Capital -
V ir A •
■■■'■ * *- • - ,
~, * y;> ( *>■
It Is said that William R Beairst,
of the New York Journal, gan . Fran
cisco Examiner and Chlcagty'Aroer caa,
is back'hsftbe new afternoon
paper, th '‘Atlanta Daily jkewb,”
Further it is said that Hears
will purchase the Atlantt Journal, end
that the name will go tut
cnce, *■ \
Walter Howard, one oi the prime'
movers in the,deal, was tor awhile city
editcr’of th; New York Joucna’, ard
wof Hearsl’b righ t hand'then.
Many people believe that)
was interested in ,h->
Journal r.cemly AH
for reasons bes. known'
not let this bo known.
This Idea hhs. v gaiueJ grhetAeApim ■
•** & ; fkt
Jo rmwof3psf|#A’s i ■'l •og^-j^pri.,mi
occupy a'-odhspriueus ll(%TL“" the edi,
lortal page each dav. 'Moreover thy
paper runs, iargaly to lllus toon's,
which is a well knftwn. -JV&rst pofley.
The pictures ara.a 1 and
are of the most ‘
Wjhc her ; :tbi% stoiy ,
the b Hief In Its gsPHlrfenesk 1
in Ail in .a. Shoul 1 Mr:
the South hr would shake things vfjj 1
Tonic is acknowledge tiro he
the Best the -’market,
Toes are by all dEuggfets. 4
If you rat without a'pJ&M'te, you
removcx’inipyritiie thst clog and im
pede t,he a-oUpvtof the dtjeatiii urgtlns,
or-at,es.good. SKDpetMgKf epd digpition,
strength or body and tc'fVity of brain,
W J, Bu'.ts.
Have y lurCTbthA'cl. aneo and press
ed by Jim Carter. aSti.
—?!3LI -. .
The one thing iff at quale*
fins a person to give ad
vice on jMif subject is
x&f* other person has so
meido an experience with
female tiis hor such a
record of suooess as
Mrs, Pinkham has had.
Over a hundred thou
sand cases conio before
her each year, Sotne per
sonally, others by mail.
And this has boon going
on for 20 years, day after
day and day after day.
Twenty years of con
stant suooess - think of
the knowledge thus
gained! Surety women
ore wise In seeking ad
vise from a woman with
such cn experience, es
pecially whan It Is free,
if you are HI pet a bottio
of Lydia E, Pinkham's
Voyetahlc Gompoumi at
once -then write Mrs,
Pinkham, Lynn, Mass,
i always keep or; hand
There Is no kind of pain l
or ache, internal or ester- 1
nal, that Peln-Killer will i
not relieve. ,
tOOK OUT FOR IVnrttQWS ATID'SUS- 1
SiITU7ES the genuine bottle'
BEARS TtefE NAME, f j
PERRY DAVIS & SON.' f-fi
J’oisonoitH tolas touts resembling pihvhrooina
have caused frcijuoai'B.Mthftthiyye.-tv,' ltfcenis
to use only the genuine. nWrve tlie rmWacvre
when youfaskTdr DeW'in’s TVittC HnAJUSn'lvt
They am poisonous roumortorts: lieWiP sla
1 lie Only original tVitrii HiiaSl isnlve. tt 'F'saie
n:UI certain cure for piles and all sf.ih disc ies j
w <t nutts.
'I IMES-CALL JOB OFFICE.
Tfuse who o ant'ih best w >rl , a'
fie 1 ilgnrv, -uni,|d bri’n.- Pto
’his (1fi0.%, On larg,} dodgers, vur i
prices and'work will make you a on
ittyy, customer, if you will give ue li,
ir , d >tfewSTroT^
The 1 -eog-'esb:soerYfti lionf Of iho 01 id are tlie 1
gi'pal .food eagUftMßtag nations. >;, U o^ Vood well
if voretrelagtli. if y ()l i*jAttot digest
e t,. yon need Koilol l),yspepvi,L Core It
you out. Vop nCpd pot diet y-mr
'‘contains all of the qjjjfritaiua comb ued '
SSfcihd best known toniaS.auirwousti'uclives
IjwlH Cvcn thgeeta all clawas ff food* Ut,a l>ot-
Ue. *No other preparation wBI iteipis. it in
hfamly rphevee and cures all dtonnooh troubles
WJ Putts *"
CHEAP RATES Tq, RICHMOND.
Account Baptist Couvention, Rieh
. -Tt ‘
tnoi . Plant jjystem will sell tip) -
elt|ruti Brunswiek'at rate of $17.75
f df rownd'trip, sale Hopt.
SO, 51 and 12, final limit Sc & 22. '1 his
rate open to everybody.
RtiPHeU’s Chill aud Fvr
Tonic is acknowledged to
be the Best on the market
every bottle guaranteed. For
sale by all druggists.
1 Itisserameo, Ga., JnneTS, J. ll.’Aic-
Strengtem'nK Cordial auU Blood Purillcr
i£>.thoa;est oiodu liK' nf ita kind juado, -
u-p(l it and know it to lx* g-ood. (:. I*. i\U;i>ati'
B-I. t’or W. J. the drupglst,.
Ki ua lvi-na, the , TftfUcloßs Quinine Tonic,
B ati fever—'2,'ic a tiottlo.
For Bladder , Troubles
use STUART’S GIN and
Arieeitu wells to drive at $250 each
Rise and capacity guarantied" will
also guarantee to complete wells it, ir,
days. Call on 8r address A. IT. Bak-r,
205 Gloucester street.
The emergency bags Sent by a church roclet
to- Kouaaa roltllarei,, the Philippi,,,,, contained
eraongtlio ne-eiFlti'.s „ box of DeWftt'a wild,
ffazol Salve, Die welt In >wn cure for piles, in
juries and ejclii U.*ea ea. 'ihe Imlln, look oar,
loeblntr the original lieWitfa WUth Huzei
Salve, knowing that an the conhierfeit nr,’
worthless. OV, J. Hutts.
A SPECIAL I'Ol.Nl HU
Dried Smokeless Boneless
Herring and a quickly fried
egg rnnke a most acceptable
"hot weather” breakfast
pleasing to coog. r,leasing
io appetite. I have the
Herring, the ic-al "Katzcn
Jamme " k nd, with true
dyed-in-thc wool Ilavorlng,
the. kind which wakes up
the jaded afipctltc. It is
absolutely boneless and in
thin strips about 5 inches
lonjf and half inch wide.
A iar will make a mea' .
Packed in glass jars, Try
a jar now—-just the season
312 Newcastle Street.
Willi buy a Model 69Columbia Chainless Bicycle.
V .. . . . -
Will buy a Model 51 Ladies Chainless Bicycle.
r \ . .-.a''",: . •• . ' ' '
Wdi buy a Ladies .Cushion Frame Bicycle- This is
something nice. Try one-buy one!
sls OO tO $20.00
Will buy a good Ladies’ or Gents’ Bicycle, at the
A clearance sa'e to make room for new goods.
1 l’-irlor t uit, 5 piercs, Worth S4O, now $29.
1 tlak R-fris-Hrator. w , r th S2O. now sls.
1 Ork B--d Rocm Suite, 8 pieces, worth $25, now $lB
Hed Loaiges, worth $lO, row sl2. |g|gggfCOm'
Centre Tables. 5 I cehts to $6. J-
Ice Cream Fnoz rs worth $2.50 at $1 98.
A larg, assort meat of Sideboard-, Cupboards Hr ill
and Chairs. Wsr.. Ijf
Prices Below the Market, ffjgjfr
* e. mm. P%.
BOWEN & BW”,|
Of Exipk : ml
Mawiil'Ac.tnrrra ,f (%nl, Til*
A WISE. FHOYISION —Never be without
some of onr \S im'-; ;m j Whisky in the houM? it is the
befr for he nit 1 1 and hosmlalitv • The doctor piiscribes it
and friends appiove it. Pure, rich, m llow.
• PR. . DOUGIL-AS,
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p 6ptt fe •' "i
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have i /ei VWi*: .1.. i , ,:urf.'i tin..•(■ v ‘ *' * / *’'
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