Mr. Carnegie Did Not Purchase Cum
The rumor which was circulated
throughout the state some weeks ago to
the effect that Mrs. Carnegie had
purchased the whole of Cumberland
which he would Improve for a summer
home, is denied by parties interested in
the island. Ilij acknowledged that Mrs.
Carnegie has purchased a largo tract of
land on Cumberland directly adjoining
the hotel property which will not be en
The announcement that the hotel
property has not been sold will be read
with interest by people throughoutjjthe
entire south, and especially by • Geor
gians who htTe been in the habit of
spending theii vacations on this popu
lar island in summer. —Macon News.
Cramps, Dysen'ery, Cholera Mor
bus, diwrLffi’i and, indeed, all bowel
complaints, quickly relieved by Perry
Davis' Pain-Killer, a safe,) sure and
speedy our.-, for all the troubles
named. Kvery reput&bla druggist
keeps a supply. Esah bottle has full
direotions. Avoid substitutes. j.Tnere
is but ope Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'.
85). and 500.
The ai)r,jen3y.bigi smithy a church sooiet
to Kansas aoltlier* in the Philippines contained
among the necessities a box of DeWitt’s Witch
Uaiel Salve, tha well known cure tor plies, in
juries and skin diseases. The ladies took care
to obtain the original DeWitt's Witch liazel
Salve, knowing that all the counterfeits are
worthless W.J. Butts.
A nice, two-story house for rent —
in perfect order—ill N. Amherst
atvee:. Apply to Mrs. Colesberry, 121
N. Amerherst street.
SOI,OIK K V MONU MEN I’.
New Britain Conn., Sjpt. 18. —A
soldiers’ momauutieal will ha dedicated
today. Tbe exsroisjs-will begin
at 9 o’clock, by tba ringing of all tbe
kchurch bells. I,ater, there will be a
Istreet parade, and tba final rendezvous
will ba in O-ntral park, where the
presentation of tbe monument to tbe
town by the monument committee,
will take place.
To prevent consumption quickly core throa
an.! lung trouble with One MinuteCougb Cun*.
W J Butts.
Judge B. Whitfield returned to tba
city yesterday morning.
When you want a pleasant physic try the new
remedy, Chamberlain’s Stomach and I.iver
Tablets. Tacy are easy to lake and pleasant in
effect. Price 25c. Samples freo at Bishop's
■ • rug store.
AT THE OGLE THORPE.
J. B. Beall, l’uiltdelphia; A. W.
Kahn, Cincinnati; VV. B, Beard,
Trwnsend; John J. McDonald, New
Orleans; K. 'J. Pricbetr, *A'Hnta;
Charles S. Barry, Stvannah; W. E.
Hixin, Lumber Ci y; J. M. I’.nokney,
South Carolina; J. B. Coarsey, Geor
Mr. Q. tT. Leavy is spendin
in at M'. I’leraant.
Ulcers,open or obstinate sores, scalds nd
piles quickly cured by lianuer Salve, the moot
healing medicine in the world. W. J. Bulls.
For Bladder Troubles
use STUART'S GIN and
Bears the l hß Kind TO Hwe AjWJW Bougfel
For Backache use
STUART’S GIN and
DOWN THE MOUNTAIN
Tfce Senator's Story of s Thonghtie—
Act That Barely Escaped Reanltlnff
la a Tragedy—A Lucky Bound Into
the Air. .
"More than 20 years ago," said the
senator In reminiscent mood, “I was
doing clerical stunts at Hamilton. Nev,
and having about as enjoyable an ex
istence as I have ever known, before
or since. The blue skies, the big moun
tains, the Invigorating air, the whole
some food and the Interesting people
all around me made my life about as
good as life ought to bo this side of
the pearly portals. My work was not
so confining that I could not get away
on mountain walks pretty frequently,
and one day I started out with my
dog for a turn up Mount Tom, Just be
yond the town. The main highway
leading Into the town from the west
passed along the side of this mountain
and on over a gap Into the valley be
"I had a particular object la view,
and with my dog I wandered along up
the mountain, which was without vege
tation except a furzy thicket In places,
and the surface was covered with
rocks of various sizes from a football
to a haystack. After awhile, for some
thing better to do, I began to roll the
atones down the mountain side, and It
rapidly developed Into a most exciting
sport, for the mountain was steep and
the rocks went down with a whoop
and a hurrah that stirred the blood
to watch them as they bounded along.
I never thought of the road passing
along alwut 1,000 feet down the hill,
and. as nobody'happened to be going
by, my attention was not called to It
In that way, and 1 kept on.
“Naturally enough, my success with
the smaller stones made me ambitions,
and I essayed something larger. It
was a dandy, too. a great big, round
bowlder that would have weighed a
ton If It weighed a pound. It was a
Job to get It started, but by polling
the rocks from under It on the lower
side and loosening It Up all around 1
got it going at last and stood back to
enjoy Its progress down the mountain.
It wont slowly at first, as If In doubt,
but It struck a steep place about 50 feet
down the hill, and It leaped out like &
restive horse from the post, and away
It went, bounding a dozen feet Into the
air and Jumping over gullies and rocks
a* If It About GOO feet
down, when It was going at tremen
dous speed, It leaped 50 feet Into the
air, and I was Just going to let off a
whoop when 1 saw a 12 mule team in
the narrow road below and directly In
the track of tlio monster.
I “The team was drawing two wagons,
as was the custom wljh tbe mountain
freighters, and It was driven by old
Jerry Simpson, one of the best known
teamsters in tbe mountains. It simply
paralyzed me, for I didn't see anything
but destruction for everything In tbe
way. There was no turning back or
whipping up to get out of the way, for
the load was heavy and the road was
rough and narrow. I stood speechless,
scared white, but the driver bad seen
the rock coming, and, dropping off
the saddle mule, ho broke back up the
road as hard as he could run. I would
have run, too, but my legs refused to
act, and I stood fast and watched the
great rock go tumbling down toward
Its victims. I hadn’t long to wait, of
course, and just as I gasped at the last
bound of the bowlder It struck an ob
struction of some kind and jumped
clean over the team and tho road and
went crashing on Its way down Into
tbe ravine below.
"Then I recovered my .wits, and.
knowing that what 1 had been doing
was entirely Inexcusable, I skinned off
up the mountain behind tbe rocks and
disappeared, trusting to rrovldedce
that the old Jerry hadn’t identified me.
I slipped around another way to town
and got In all right without having any
questions asked where I had been, and
that evening I went over to the post
office, which was a general loafing
place, and there found Jerry telling of
bis wonderful escape.
“ ‘Denied ef 1 didn’t think It wuz a
haystack comln down the hill,' he
said, ‘with somethin alive In It.’
“ ‘Have you any idea who rolled it
down?’ I asked Innocently.
“ ‘ln course 1 baln’t. Ef I hadn’t
been in sieh a burry and left my Win
chester In the wagon. I’d ’a’ found ont
mighty quick, fer I seen lilm run, and
be bad a dog with blm.’
“I was a little nervous, but I kept on
“ ‘What did you have In your wag
ons?' 1 Mid.
“ ‘Dynamite. Four tons uv It’
"‘Good Lord!' I exclaimed. ‘There
wouldn’t have been much left of that
team, would there?’
" ‘Nor rue. neither.’ I reckon,’ he said,
shaking his head.
“ ’What did you think of as you were
running up the road; 7 Vi ■ i t . '
‘“Not muelj, nv anything, l guess,
but mostly ef they wtiz goln to be able
to git enough uv Jerry Hltnpson meat
out of that mule meat to have a funer
•T don’t know whore Jerry Is now,”
concluded the senator; “dead, I sup
pose, but 1 uever tola him who rolled
that rock down the hill, nor did I ever
tell anybody In that town who did It,
because It came altogether too near be
ing a tragedy for 1* ever to be con
sidered a Jobe.”—New York Kan.
TIIK BRUNSWICK TIMES-CAIL SEPTEMBER 19, 1900
*~' l ~~A Kama* BllmrA ' '
"When a real- Kansas blizsai
sfarts,” Said a native of the state, “th.
snovy at first Is usually soft and Cue
and comes down with an ominous
quiet. Then It Increases la volume
and a wild wtnd burls It along. It i*
blinding and enveloping, and, aside
from being freezing cold, one cannot
hut. lose- his way. The storm some
times lasts two or three days. When
oue of these blizzards comes.up, the
farmer who wants to get from hie
fuiiiihouse u> the stable or niiikhot.s*
takes a cord and starts for the stable
or niilkhouse, ns It may be, even If
it Is only 60 yards off. He seldom
makes It the first time, and the cord
Is to keep him from getting, lost and
wandering !u the snow. Sometimes
the people stand In the door and beat
a tlu can for a signal to any oue who
may be out iu the storm, but this is of
little use, as the noise of-the wind Is so
great that It drowns allhost every oth
*‘l know- of a case of a man who. got
lost going from his stable to the house,
so swiftly and bllndlugly did the storm
whirl down upon him. He stumbled
over tlio entrance to a cyclone cellar
and crawled In there and dropped the
door after him to keep dfct the snow.
The snow fell faster and faster and
buried the door so deeply that when It
was all euded and he tried to open It
he found It .Impossible. His family
searched the country around for him,
and It was not, until the snow lmd melt
ed and gone nod someone happened
to gO'-tfito the cyclone cellar that he
was found there.”—New York Tribune.
" Pood.a* flo on Ounce, '
"A few days ago,” said a clubman,
"I received a small Jar filled with a pe
ctdiar brownish paste, which was sent
me as a present by a young Chinaman
who used to have a laundry here, bu)
Is now living In San Francisco. A let
ter which accompanied the gift ex
plained that the paste was a combina
tion of peanut buds and ginger Jelly.
That sounds ltke a Joke, hut It isn't.
“If you will break open the kernel of
a peanut, you will find at the base a lit
tle cone Shaped formation usually sur
mounted by two mlerovcoplq leaves.
It Is the life germ of the nut, and If
planted would (Jevclon Into a tree. As
my friend Wong explained to me, the
nuts arc firs) roasted find then these
minute growths are carefully extract
ed. They are So saiall it takes many
thousands of theni' to fill a teacup, but
when a sufficient number are collected
they are put In a mortar and ground
Into a fine lleur, whioh is subsequently
mixed with the ginger Jelly and rubbed
down to a smooth paste. ,
“That sent me was about the consist
ency or cream elmosc, and H. had a
peculiar arotaatle ’la'ste that was rather
pleasant. It Is one of the queer seml
confectious that the .Chinese like to
nibble at between courses, and as It
costs $lO an ounce-It is literally worth
almost Its woight hi gold, and have eaten
a little of the preparation, but I don’t
think I’m apt to acquire a taste for It.”
—New Orluons Timcs-Democrat
A Fainter In a Swamp.
Wishing to hgtfce a sludy of a por
tion <st the swamp near K 1 Akewa, In
Egypt,’ ! set up my easel on tlio edge
of a pool where the ground seemed n
little firmer than (he rest. Quickly
becoming engrossed In my work, I did
not notice ihat 1 was slowly sinking
unill I found that my sketching stool
had noarty dl*ap]- ared and my legs
were Imbedded In the mud almost up
to my knees. With the breaking of
the surface crust the black slime gave
out most horribi* igMors, and small
stinging files, IbxtwQwTrom the earth,
quickly covered efThwling up my
legs and arms, whin 'the jnoßqultoes,
combining In tffe a: tick,• eventually
dhovo me from my work.
Though really q6ll dearth*; water
was so alive wltli mosquito grubs ns
to appear almost opaque. Ity thou
sands every moment the grubs would
come to the surface, either crawling
up the rushes or floating, and the outer
shelln'floon eracking In the sun left the
little Insects at liberty. A few sec
onds sufficed to dry their wings and
give them life and strength, and then
with hum and buz* they joined their
brothers In the air, hovering In thou
sands like a cloud of black smoke over
the stagnant pond frion which they
sprang. Then I was discovered—a rare
bonne bouche for those pnrts~and a
rapid retreat became Imperative.—R.
Talbot Kelly In Century.
flo Fnc For film.
“No," said the practical politician,
“we don’t want him figuring in the
"Hut he Is exceedingly well inform
"I doubt it He lias put in ail his
time studying the tariff and finance
and the United .Slates constitution. “•I
doesri t know anything lx>nt politics.
When in need, call on -I.
W. Watkins. He loans mo
ney on personal property.
Mr. Woodford Mabry, of this city,
has entered the law cl*,s in the Uai
ver.dty oi Georgia at Athene.
rlm.lesonth# face arc not, only annoying
t,ut they indicate bad blood. Hood’a Haraapa
r,ua cure, them by i unifying the Mood.
UIES-CALL JOB OFFICE,
'.bote who waot tbs best work, at
1 figures, should bring it to
e ioe. On large dodgers, our
•rioee > \d wors will make you a con
.ant customer, if you will give us the
first job. Ring up 31, and a solicitor
The Brunswick Press. i
ing Company Is the only piece lu town
to have your do hes prtpeiij cleaned
and preseed. Jim Carter is the mSm
agerot this reliable establishment.
For All URINARY DISORDERS,
or the most’Fatal and Fravalent of all dis
eases are those o IWia KIDNEYS,
LIVER and BLADDER, 1
The Kidneys are two little sieves through
u hich all of the blood In- the body must pass
once jn every throe minutes, In a HEALTHY
condition they filter all Imparities into the
BLADDER, thence out of the Ixxly. If DISKAK
EDthev clog and swell, dopoaiiiting URIC ACID
and other poisons into the system, causing
dull painsln the back,lUUiousness, Uhematism,
Gout, Dropsy, Gravel, Painful and Frequent
l rination, Loss of Albumen (the life essence),
and finally BRIGHT’S DISEASE and DEATH!
liyou have uny prthe abovesjrtnptouia
‘A’” TABLETS WILL CURE YOU
Tij them and liacouvinced. RocenLdleeovery '
pheiioininal Bi cAygs. Hundreds of teatiuioniol
PAN-AMERICAN DRUG CDMP’NY
BRUNSWICK, - - GEORGIA
3021 Newcastle St.
fiii ii: f
:.:. But mis
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Jos ,'Craaß Fresh Evur? Bar, Milk Shake
Soda Water Etc,,
All Kinds ofJCandy.
New Livery Stables
Prompt attention given all
orders. Drayage a spec
Phone 24-3. E St.
A Pointer to ,
Dried Smokeless Bootless
Herring and fried
egg make a most acceptable .
"hot weather” breakfast
pleasing to cook, pleasing
to appetite. I have the
Herring, the real "Katzen
Jatnmei” kind, with true
the kind which wakes up
the jaded appetite. It is
absolutely boneless and in
thin strips about 5 inches
lon£ and half inch wide.
A jar will make a meal,
Backed in glass jars. Try
a jar now—just the season
for them. ,
, 312 Newcastle Street.
SUMMER EXCURSION SAXES
To All Mountain, Seaaide and Lake Resorts
Via the Plant System.
Tickets on sale Jane 1 to SopKSmbor 80, with
return limit Oatuber ‘it, 1000.
Perfect payaengerservice. Pullman sleep r
on nil trains. Pull information given on ap
UJtO. W. COATKS, D. P. A
B. Wt WKKNK.P. T. M.,>*varnish, uf
iVi S4OF" 1
\\ illl buy a Model 59 Columbia Chainless Bicycle.
Will buy a Model 51 Ladies Chainless Bicycle.
' * ■ ", . * ';7: j .
Will buy a Ladies Cushion Framfe Bicycle- This is
something nice. Try one —buy
sls OO to $20.00
\\ ill buy a good Ladies’ or Gents’ Bicycle, at the
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
on high grade carpets so low as at pre, c
have the patterns eeen so beautify it qualify lb
excellent or the price so new car
pets now and make your home mqJßMkctive.
Uach new season finds this de}*|Mfttin better
condition to fill your wants, TfxflPNitipa] foreign
carpet and rug centres have representation here.
We are (quoting ,1: ~ f
Lower Prices Th|s*^ver.
rM. MILLER UM.
™ A EM** Bargains m
A clearance sa’e to make room for new goods.
I Parlor Suit, 6 pieces, worth S4O, row $29. ,<3>-
1 Oak Refrigerator, yvorth $,20, now sls. .
1 Oak Bed Rdotn Suite, 3 piece*, worth $25, now $lB
Bed Lounge*, worth fPtnow sl2.
Centre Tables 50 oents r<f $6.
loe Cream Krtezers worih $2.50 at $1,98.
A^ large assortment of Sideboards, Cupboards Hy tfl
Prices Below the Market. I|g||| j
W. H. BOWEN.' ' - J. N. buadt;
BOWEN & BRADT,
jjStoiie, Brick and Frame Buildin g
■uanulactnrcu*|>f Cement, Tile and:Artificial Stone.