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Mr. and Mre Coes'an<w Miller and
children left yesterday to spend some
rime visiting relatives in Quitman.
Miss Mariß Dr Voe is quite ill with
fever, to the regret of her many
Miss Edna Penniman bat-returned
from a vacation spent in the moun
Miss Julia Wilder returtTtbis week
from a summer in New York and
Canada, and will resume her duties
in the public school, where she is a
most efficient teacher.
There will be High Mass at tbe Cath
olio ohurcb next Sunday morning at
ten o’clook. Services will be conduct
ed by R*v, Father Luokie, with a ser
mon by Bishop Kelley. Tbe musical
program is in charge of Miss Helen
O'Conor, who will be assieted by some
of tbe best local talent.
Mr. R. E. Breiaeneck is in New
York, and will return shortly with his
wife and children, who have spent tbe
Mrs. John C. Smith and little chil
dren left last week for Rutledge, ac
companied by Mrs. Smith’s mother,
Mra. Banna, who has spent several
Mr. B, p, Coleman had hia band
badly hurt in a game of base ball on
Miss Daisy Wright, of Stcrliug, is
visiting Mrs. P. W. Fleming.
The families of Col.il. T. Dunn and
Capt. F. A. DunnySpHl shortly remove ■
to tbe Johnson house, on Union street
Miss Ethel Elliott left last night for
Maoon, to attend Wesleyan Female
Mnwr-MumfSa and little bod, of.
Uj*HTCVllle, Fla., are visiting Mrs. D.
ri- leaao* returns shortly
Pages of talk on our furniture
stock would give but half an idea of m
the beauty and economy found here-
Visit the Stogfi
and let the <joods do their own talking®
prices their own saying? More than
train load suits ami odd pieces have b
on these floors since last you were here, bfl
CARPETS, RUGS, b\wMM
Never were the prices on thePKg
tides so low as at present.
terns been so beautiful, the qualitd
the price so attractive. JP -*<%
Kach new season finds this in jpLpg
condition to fill your wants, f<p‘g' n
carpet and ug centres have represent
We are quoting
H. M. MILLER &M.
from a summer at Tallulah Fail?,
where sbe made many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Bishop and litt'e
daughter Mattie returned to the city on
the Mallory steamer yesterday.
Cards, were received yesterday by
oitny friends from Mr. and Mrs, John
Robert Morton to tbe wedding of iheif
daughter, Mis; Sophie Morton, to
.Lea A. Robinson,'at St.
ooyal ohurcb, on WedocyMy evaping,
October 3rd,, >& j
beautiful and marriage ser
vice of the Episcopal church mill be
performed by Rev. Mv.fttaney, ♦tsWoy
of St. Mark’s church, and the wedding
march will be played by Mirs Uelec
O’Conor. Mias Carrie Bailey, of Bu
ley’* M 11, a oousin of tbe bride, will
be mald of-booor,;and Mr. 8. C. Li‘ tle-
fleld will be best mao. Both of the.
young people are well known and very
popular. Mr. R jblnson, who bas been
connected with tbe Southern rail
way for maJr > years, is a joung
man of unusual ability, and is well
known In l&sintaa as well as sooial
circles, Misjfc, Morton, wbo has lived
in Brunswiok for several years, is
connected with some of the best and
oldest families in the State, and is a
young lady of many accomplishments
and graces, which have endeared her
to a large circle of friends, After tbe
wedding ceremuoy, tbe young couple
will leave Immediately for Wyhfiig
ton and the North.'
Agool many cnnnlmpUves would. b *med
and tlie worst case* comforted a ltd VelleVed by
using Foley’s Honcyl. lnci Tar. smggcm it t*
those afflicted. Youchoulgdo ifite 4* a friend
W. J, Butts.
The Kind Always Bought
Beans the Mg .*■/#> ,
Second han e hoi and
mirrors, cavpuNL ,1
THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL* SEPTEMBER 25,-1900.
TO OPEN MONDAY.
Tbe Catholic Convtnt Is’ Ready for
On Monday, October lit, the reboot
of the Bisters of S’. Joseph:wifi be for
mally 'opened with an addrssYhy Rev.
Bishop K>ly,. of the SljtvaoS&h die-'
oeae. Tbe regular primary and graJjij
rner school studies will be taugbt fur.
tbe present, there not being, sisters
enough for high school Work'. -
/ Many pup.ls have alretdy bteu ei
rotled and tbrf Mater* will be glad-to
see MJ- patents, wishing to enter
their children at- from bto dl o’cl jck
aby day this week. Term* very rea
“XSigir of Terror.’
“A ettuf Safety was felt for £* ejjjo# of vb
|.i *@jßo3<lrah*m, of MacnirslMe., Vtam m'
doctojJ Btihslic could tot Sir UUjwsrwibg,
writes It#. 8, if . Lincoln, wheluUstt.-Jed Su
•that taanut ntgrlit, *AU
won (lie from I'neoiponij, but she begged fur
Dr. JUng’t NewS*bvegt%'iDg ttM(J
than MC Mvodher <** hadewwdber of
rousumptlon. After tnreesjiiall dosesStardietfet!
easily ail nig&r aatUta f artbcJS use cimpldjely
anteed.to • neldl Lung Dis
eases, OTtifl&tMA slSs#iß*,ottles true at
all drug stofes. -
Alt or|ire| proteptiy iie
liverfiiwt t)e Voe'e. **•' .*
i u, ' .P' .
Cored et. flhronio Diarrhoea Aft#, 30
. Yeari of Suffering. "
•‘lf sufferak for thirty years with diarrhoea
and thought I Was part belug cured,” says
John ft. IfsllowaV, of French Lamp, Miss. “I
had upon so mnchjdmewud money and suffered
so much that Thug-glvcn up alljuipea 9f recov
ery. l was scAblle from the iff cot* at th diar
rtioea that I cdniit.iio no kind of inhere >idd not
evon travel, but by accident I wae per nil tod to
And a bottle of Cbemberlain'a Colie, .Cholera
and Diarrhcea Bcmedy, and after taking sev
eral hottlee lam entirely cAred of that trou
b’e. lam so pleased with the result that 1 am
anxlout that It be in reach of all who suffer as
1 have.” For sale by Bishop’s drug store.
SOUTHERN CHEAP RATES -SA
VANNAH, GA. ■
Sunday morning, September 23rd
and 30. h. One duller for the round
trip. Tioket*.-limited to date of eale.
Train leave* at 6:40 a. m, ;
Anytblug in nice f retb eatuMtl
uhnt-i cm be bad at De Voe’e.
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Our Qruateft BpeclnllK
For 20 year* Dr. J Newton Jjstli
away has so suocessfully ’rested chronic
disease* that he Is acknowledged today
to stand at the head of his profession in,
this line. Bis exclusive method of
treatment for Varicocele ana Stricture
without the i aid- of knife or cautery
oures in 90 per cent. Of all case*. In
the treatment o* losa of vital forces
nervous disorders, kidney and uriniry
complaints, paralysis, blood poisoning,
rheumatism, catarrh and diseases pecul
iar to yromen, he is equally successful-
Dr. Hathaway's .practice is more than
doublo that of any other specialist.
Oases pronounced hopeless by other
physicians, readily yield to his treat
ment. Write him today fully about
your ease. Be makes no charge for
honsut'ation or advice, either at his of-
by mat 1.
Bryan Street, Savannah, Oa
of the city. :
rim, let on an- noKonly nnnojitag;
ind i< 1.1. ,,,c1. Uoiid’x Sanisilfh
rlfying the blood.
Mr. from strip
|ja(u ithout r-I--r .. .
SbßwLo tri sl. .1 t.
Hmn n> relief, so dlacbAi gel Ulm- I.
Kr to sc-o him the toil innimug,. J®
Ca tHIWcIS WI! In A K irill ,• lU,
Mp.tvn running "If -< !• th^Kl)|§
Ktoody flux. I sstod Mur It
and be said, and brought
him one doss; told him
‘ ; Mpwfl"i'm flfic s ..! ifi.;; ■. Ur -
not find relief, but tie took no
more, and was entirely enrod. I think it the
beet uu-dtoiusl have ever triedKor sale by
Dr. Bluhop'a drug store.
Jim barter is Brunswiok's best
The Golderv Age is|
the GOLD DUST Age f
that emancipates women of all ages from the @
tyranny of hard housework. GOLD DUST m
Washing Powder is the greatest boon of the gj
V century to woman, since it lightens her heavi
\ est work. Large package is greatest economy.
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, y Thu Mv tf- F* at I ib&nlt Company. Chi.no ... L—. Now Yolk, Honor,
>;■ . OHAKCELLOH...gs
Lincoln, Neb.‘, : Sep}i ?i —The (.rtSAol
year for the University of ifef&iS'bp
eft*4 toßay. Dr. Jfc IJpisJacStfc l&siirews,
the caroeftom Op
cagd and took cbem sgfre
delivered bis address to.
day. A short 1 uaugural eere@u>cy was
al-o held. Attßb.lvHUeift'- : &T
chancellor th? gbrrtcV wUkJc simple
and devo'd of *pljr. •
HARPER WHISKEY RECEIVED
Parla^Eflg.’ -3—(Spreial diepateh )
America*, wjj.iektes received tbe effi
oiit of the eapokUton today,
ph*v s|sSst ‘ sr*B awkrdsd to
Bernbeict Wfck Irairtanre, Ky., *n
the'lv whiskey. Sbldfß
Ckamker&iii’s Oongn Regie iy a -Orest
’•- _ FVR. •
* The aMNdag nn4Jhc*i off' jbSJjptit of this
remedy, itapfoasatityasto aM promat aSd jeT
tnanent caret Srase madk it great’,fa*oita<
with people evnmvhnis.; ft-io eappcMuy prized
by mothers H&ijdren tfa croifp
and ivubupinit cougkjftafl always aflfMa yatek
rcltef, and Sait oVother
hurmf.il ig-nv jartwaßd*at 1f to
a baby a* to ah sjpwyy
Cbarlce Cocprt? flghttn?, or tbif’T
Tht-tir.igie)eiv*_i!Hlon oft Spa woeart aretbe
great food lougomtug nations- ’tooiifjiOd w6ll
dtgesaed'g'Tes Strength, tf yon cannot and
all you cut, ifoa need Kodol Dypepaia Cofc. I*
digests wiat youest. Von h.-ed nutNlkit youi
setf. U.oen’hia, all of the itsgvstants combined
eiththe l>e*t known tonics and reeenMnictivea
It ww men (fsgest. alt I'taaecjdt leo.is in a bot
tle. No other prop,ration- ftJU,.d.rtb,-*. It In
stantly relieves' and cnreaaJUtomoch trouble*
W ,J Butt* i
. iff ,(p -
When you want eomstbing nice id 1
jams aud preserve* csl! at Da Voe’s
Noyr is the time to have the o’d lset
wintdr’s eait put in good order. S?
I-srge son spots, astrnuomere say, caused li.e
extreme heat thU summer, sud doctors declare
nearly all the prostrations wore induced by dia
't'*dere of the stomach, Gooil health follows
Kodol l>ys|iepsia Cure digests
. you have Indigestion or dy,-
always keep on hand
There Is no kind of pain
or ache, internal or exter
nal, that Pain-Killer will
LOOK our FOR IMITATIONS AND sub
stitutes. the genuine bottle
BEARS THE NAME,
PERRY DAVIS A SON.
ANOTHER LOT OF^.
Ladies’ Silk Lined Underskirts 25c up'.
Lace Curtains worth f1.25 at 79c per pair.
Lace Pillow Shams worth 79c at 49c per pair-
Table Oil Cloths worth 30c at 15c.
Bureau Scarfs, Center Pieces and
Table Linen Greatly Reduced
All the latest styles in Millinery just received. M
while in New York. Y-ou will be convinced by
examing our stock that we carry the finest in the
I MRS. M. ISAAC,
J'he Largest Dry Goods Store,
208 and 208 1-2 Newcastle St.
-1 111 SE X —.Xover be without mi of our
Wines and Whisky in the house. It is the best for
heal th and hospitality. The doctor prescribes it and
friends approve it. Pure, mellow.
-*-R- V- DOUGLAS.^—
A-wV- G -> lJf Jla Lx
Wtien fiflilesis ST" Tf"~j
ITae any of my brand* of WINKS AND Jm-'S J /***
LIQUORS and nature will lie greatly -v
assisted in the work of recuperation. \’£jSr-" \ £ j
My goods fire of excellent quality, and *< * * N
been bottled aud matured under j / jSj, J
our immediate supervision, Each 1 ' •
brand has bm n •elected because of some f 'jjfft *.-/ -’l^^
rmcEsrosciT.! Ig& Lpl 4 \il
T. NEWMAN, Mi . I ?
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