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MOTHER'S MADE TJE BED.
When je’ve been a-poutln’
An’ the llh they wouldn’t bite,
An' the boat was full of leak/ hole*
Whera the j'lnla won't none too tight,
An’ it aeeina as if the lucky waa all
About as good aa dead—
It's a mighty comfort when ye think
That mother’s made the bed.
The rain haatoaked ye through an’ through,
Till ya're 'bout as vret as top,
An’ yer feet ate white and swollen
•he a juicy “gol! rwhop,"
When ye'rr getlin’ hungry an’
So tired frem foot to head—
Oh, what a comfort then to thiuk
That mothei’a made the bed!
An’ wberfye ace her smilin’ faoe
To meetysr at the gate.
She tells yer pa haa done the chores .
’Causa ye are out ao late!
Oh, ain’t ahe glad ter ace ye then,
Her little Usher, Ted 1
An’ ain't ye happy when ye thirk
That mother’s made the bed? -
An’ ’en she makes ye change yer clothes
An’ drink some ginger tea,
’Cause she says (an’ mother knows/
It’s very good for ye;
Oh, ain’t ye mighty sleepy then,
Aa up the atairs ye're led!
An’ ain't ye happy when ye think
That molher’i made the bed?
Then she rolls ye up so close an’ warm,
An’ tucks the corners tight,
Au’, softly knceiln’, kisses her
Wear little Ted goodnight;
Ye drea a of ahtnin' angels;
An’ the golden light they shod,
An’ ye feel so snug an’ happy, ’cause
Doer mother rnnde the bed.
Mr. md Mrs. 13. 13, Robinson return
ed to St. Simon yesterday from a visit
Mr. Thomas Fuller is confined to bis
room by illoess.
Misses Joslo and FYaoc,s Smith
letvo on ibe Mallory Line today for
Mr. and Mrs. Brewster Pi, lli, B Jit
yesterday for Bt. Simon, from a visit to
Mr. R. B. Everett couth uca tpilie ill
to the rogra of ids friends,
Mrs. Wm. Thomas sod litllu son
FWIE FURNITURE. A
Pages of talk on our furniture
stock would give but half an idea of jTjjMpl
the beauty and economy found here-
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 these floors since last you were here. Set about it
CARPETS, RUGS, MATTITSk
Never were the prices on these high *.„de ar
ticles so low as at present. Never have the pat
terns been so beautiful, the quality so excellent
the price so attractive.
Each new season fluds this depart*^nt
condition to fill your wants. The prracftfl. wte,. ||
carpet and rug centres have representation here.
We are quoting
Lower Prices Than Elver.
H. M. MILLER A SON.
Clarence leave tomorrow for their
home in Ganlaesville, after a pleasant
visit to the families of Messrs. George
and D. W. Krauss.
Mrs Frank Scarlett ar.d children
will return text week from Ft. Val
Mrs. Albert Fendlg eute tiined at
tea on Wednesday evening, compli
mentary to her guests, Mrs. Samuel
Borcbardt of Tampa, ant Mr. Louis
Fendig, of R- nssl li.d.
Mrs, Win, Way is improving from a
Mr. J. A. Montgomery will return
on the.flfteenth irom a vis.t tu relieves
io Chicago. ,
Mr, and Ms. R, TANARUS, Rich are re
moving their hou-ehold effects to Bir
mingham, Ala., where he and Mrs.
Hitch w 11 reside for the present.
On aocrunt of the inclemency ol the
weather, the Library boaid did not
hold is meeting yesterday afternoon
but postponed it until Tues lay slter
noou at four o'clock.
CAN YOU TKLL WHY
You have constant headaches, arc nervous and
sleepless st night and feel tired In tho morning?
Your blood Isn’t carrying the right materials
to your nerves and olhsr organa. Begin taking
Hood’s Sarsaparilla, the-gicat blood cnricbcr,
and you will soon realise a change. You will
feel better and stronger, will relish your food
aud CDjoy refreshing sleep,
Naufea, Indigestion are cured by Hood's rills
BRAVE MEN FALL
Vio'ima to alt maob, liver and kid
nej troubles, as well aa women, and
all feel the results in loss of appetite,
poisons in lbs blood, backauhe, ner
vousness, beadaohe, and tired. liatlese,
run-down feellug. But there 1 * no
need to feel like that. Listen to J. W.
Gardner, ldavillr, -lod. lie laft:
"Electrio Bitters are just the thing
foramen when he is alt rundown,
and sion’t care whether he lives o
dies. It did more to give me newr
strength and goed appetite than any-J
thing l could lake. I can now ttn
anything and have anew leses offl
life.” Only 50 cents, at alt drug stores/]
Every buttle guaranteed
For backache use
STU/KT’B GIN and
Torturing skin erupt ions, burn* and arc
soothed once and promptly luialcd by apply
ing DeWHt’a Witch Hazel Salvetfbe known
cure for piles. Beware of wurthl f ar conn ter
felts. W. Jr Butts.
THE BRUNSWICK IIMEvCALL, OCTOBER 5, 19C0.
SOMETHING WORkH HEADING.
Mr. J. T. Patmer, Macon, Ga •
De-r Sir and Friend: -As a ”Doubt
ing Thomas,” who has quite rectntiy
emerged from the darknees of skepti
cism ahd dis’iusi into tie n*ht of truth
aod conviction, t am pleased to offe
this Voluntary" testimonial to your ex
cel lent oimpanr.
\Vtun £rs* approached on f he subject
of taking a policy in your company I
was disinclined to g’ve the matter ter
lous consideration, feeling that the in
surance then being carr ed was ample,
and that further investments along
that 1 ne were not only unnecessary but
would be unwise. However, in after
weeks and m mtbs my mind frequently
recurred to the wisdom and value of
ttejnnuitv fca’ure; sod as I reflected
upon the impor ance of making a pro
vision for the maintenance of loved
ones that would enjoy exemnt’on
from the unce taln’ies that attend the
admicistrst on of estates, I became
more and more conyinc.d oi the we
dora of the annuity feature, though
still doubtful abcut your company be
ing able to give me that CERTAIN
PROTECTION which to me was the
sine qua non of a policy.
When you again approached me on
the subject, I determined to consider
your claims aod arguments from every
standpoint and every aspect. This I
did fer-swsoitti- dki*,--witt'iho- sasuit
that I reached a favorable conclusion
aod took a *1,200 annuity policy. .
My investigations were so painstak
ing and exhaustive as to leave me no
further basis of distrust or apprehen
sion; and I am frsnk to say that if I
could not obtain another policy of like
character, I would ~o> p t t with that
which I have for m>ny, many time Us
That the ‘ annuity policy” is destin
ed to be THE POLICY of the future
ib as certain to my wind as that this
is an age of tvolulion and progress, In
which we are constantly attaining to
higher aod fetter standards in things
rout, da as well as in ail other realms.
With assurances of personal esteem,
and slno^re good wishes lor the pros
per.ty of yourself and company, I beg
to remain, Cordia.lyaod truly yours.
Pres. Georgia and Alabama BMinces
College. Mscon. Ga.
Uo not get o*i-ed It youi heart trouble* you.
Most likely you suffer from indigestion. Kortol
Dyspepsia cure digest* what you est and give*
the worn out stomach perfect rest. It is the
only preparation known that digests all classc*
of foods; that Is why it ernes tbe worst eases of
indigestion and stomach trouble after evety
tlungelm ha* failed, it may he taken in all
coqjlUlon* and cannot help but do you good.
W. 1 Butte
■jf. Happened la a Drag Stcra.
g lust v iauir a lay came to my dnn
and ft.ked for a brand of cough medicine
inn* mild not hare In alock," Mya Mr. C. R.
l.ranffln, the popular diugglat of Ontario, N. V.
**Bt|p nil disappointed u,! wanted to know
w hut conah preparation I could recommend, I
9‘ikl to her itlut l Could freely recommend
Übamb.rtain’3 Cough Remedy and that abe
could take a bottle of the remedy and after
giving it a fair trial if aha did not And it worth
the money to bring back the pot lie and 1 would
refund the prioe paid, in the course of a. day
or two tie ladg came back in company with a
friend in > cod i 1 a cough medicine and adyiacd
her to kny a Kittle of chamberla'nV Cough
Remedy. I consider that a very good recom
mendation for the remedy." The remedy owea
11a great popularity and e\tenire sale m a
large measure to the personal reoommenda
tlona Who hare been cured by irausc.
fl Is at I>r.'ltiho|i'a drpg stove. w
it is \\ ellto know that He Witt’s Witch U arc I
heal aburn, and atop the , aih at
once, ft will rare erceina and <kin dlacnse-,
and ugly waumls and aorea. it is a certain
cure tor plica. Counterfeits maybe offered you
Sec that you get the original lfeWitt’a Witch
Itaiel Salve. W,J. Butts.
RED HOT FROM THE GUN
Wat tbe ball tbt bit G. B. Stead
man, of Newark, Miob.. in the Civil
war. It earned m rribie Ulcers that
no treatment help for 20 years. Then
Bucklsb'a Arnica Salve cured him.
Cores Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boil?,
Felons, Corns, Skin Eruptions. Beat
Tile cure on eartb. 2scte. a box. Cure
guaranteed. Sold by all druggists.
- — 1
Soother pills cawequal DeWilt's Little Kr-
Ijr Klters for promptness, certainty and ellic
ienry. W. J, Bulla.
City court will evuveue MyuJay. Sen
hotice elsowhere in this issue.
■tA qVICJt Ct T RK FOR *
Roughs and colds I
i Very valuable Remedy in all <
affections of ;Uo ]
; THROAT or #9gS!
[ I-arg'o Bottles, as®-" !
j PA VIS & LAWHENCB CO-, Limited, 1
L I’rop't of Pwrrjr Daria’ Pain-Killer. J
Those jurors who were in at’eadai ce
upon the city court when last recessed
and these whose names are as follows:
Wm. Nusbaum, Louis Gill, C. A. Clark,
R. M. McLaughlin, H. L. Dart, J. M.
Madden, Sr., B. P. Lipsey, Chris Arn
heiter, John Borring Davis, D. H. As
bell, W. J. Peters, W. D. Miller, E.
Bowen, Gee Tharin, J. A. Smith, J E.
Dsrt, T. E. Smith, John Summerlin, C.
W. Deming, D- A. Currie, P. Goelte,
T. B. Goodbreid, C. H. Leavy, Q. P.
Jaques, Moses Daniels and A O. Ander
son are hereby notified to be on band at
8.30 o’clook a. m., Monday, October 8.
1900, to proceed with the business before
Take notice and govern yourselves ac
J. D. Si* arks,
Judge City Court of Biunswick,
Neither tbe master, owners or con
signees of tbe Austrian steamer
Dorotes, will be responsible for
any debts contracted by rba eraw of
Wm Johnson &Cos., L*td.
>- -SPECIAL NOTICE.
Neither the master, oor owners
of tbe British steamship Foylemore
will be responsible for eny debt*
contracted by tbs orew of teid
Wm. John*on & Cos.,
Dr. W. H, Lewi*, Lnwrencevllte, Va, write*.-
”1 *m uiing Kodol Dyspepsia Cure in my prae
tlee among several cate* of Indigestion and find
it tn admirable remedy.” Many hundred* of
physician* depend upon the use of Kodol Dys
pepsia Cqro In stomach troubles. It digests
what- yon eat and allows yon to eat all the good
food yoo need, providing you do not overload
your stomach. Hive* instant relief and a per
manent oui e. W. J, But:*.
The editor of the Fordville, Ky.. Miecc-ilan
eoua. write* a* a poMscript to a business letter:
"I w as cured of kidney trouble l/y taking Foley’s
Kidroy Cure,” Taka nothing else. W.J. Unite
Our Greatest Spseialtrt
Fur 20 years'Dr. J. Ncwtou Hath
away has so successfully * rested chronic
diseases that he is acknowledged today
to stand at the head of hta profession in
this line. His exclusive method of
treatment for Varicocele ana Stricture
without the aid of knife or cautery
oureSTn 9iF-per tent, of all cases. In
tho treatment of loss of vital forces
nervous disorders, kidney and urinary
complaints, paralysis, blood poisoning,
rheumatism, catarrh and diseases pecul
iar to women, he is equally successful-
Dr. Hathaway's practice ts more than
double that of any other specialist.
Cases pronounced hopeless By other
physicians, readily yield to his treat
ment. Write him today fully about
your case. . He makes no charge for
consultation ofadvice, either at his of
fice or by mail.
J. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D.
25 Rryau Sftrcet. Savannah, Ga
FOR SALE. .*
One tract t>i ind '•*o’n , n<r ft aerjp.
5 1-2 acres lu ffa- u*iliai,ou witujour
room dwelling; .gogtl stable* fine fruit
trees and grape vines, situatoi.cm Gib
son grtek, kjiowu as tbe Metis place
Tht# (s a ttno place fgr truck farming;
also for fiabuyg&nd catching and raising
terrapin. It 1b a roo.t pleasant and
bcalttiy pliee to live and is promoted
Also one tract of 15 acres fine land
with about SOO cords of wood and piling
ou i', situated on the old Darien read
4 1-2. miles from Brunswick, a hue
place for a dwelling and a most profit
able place for the wood and piling that
arc on It;laud good for farming. Sec me
C. L. Park Lit,
Cor. E and J ats. Brunswick,.Ga.
QU ESiTION S r A N W FRED.
Yes, August Flower still banAie
largest salojof Rnv medicine In the civ
ilized world. Your mothers and grand
mothers never thought of using any
thing else .for indigestion or bilious
ness. Doctors were scarce and they
seldom heard of apendlcltis, nervous
prostration, heart failure, etc. They
used August Flower to clem cut the
system and stop fermentation of undto
gested food, regulate the action of the
liver, stimulate the’actlon of tbe ner
vous and organic system, and that It
all they took when feeling dull and bad
with headache and other aches. You
only need a few doses of Green s au
gust Flower, ln-llquld form, to make
you satisfied there is. nothing serious
the matter fwlth you Bsmple bottles
at Butts drugstore or Rrown Drug C
Should bain; every household mede
Money loaned on personal
property and real estate. Ap
ply to J. W. Watkins.
fife flf 3 plenty of Duffy’s Malt. Whiskey,
Sill ■afiaeffT *nd take it regularly. Bythistime
IS T-r! ' eJ® ‘ wll !ing to do anything far
MKII te 'A t-j- wfea relief. Sothedearoidrnan,though /-/-Co -
fcSSr Rf| VO fe® k* is not u whiskey doctor, oidered i,
roe ’n >-uin at once with two table-
YV have th*tt- epouufulans a dose every two hours \ 'ZX
sand* of tr-iinio- and night, I did so, and imme- \ /
niais front gro-- . Uiatv.y began to Improve, au-i now, \ iZthtfzpufiL /
fill patVots wi;o six weeks from that time,
Ijhv- I. : ~f p- j- tjj I e*n b-enthe K ’roosr a*
Consumption Z.W* fid w wrc<tiM, and Ir.C sarsmy!ao23
by iluffv’s Pure >1 B My h-wjed, yj'hept .>oeßulk | 1.-voe in Aae yight
Malt Whisker. &J 'iff Afe "ii-c. and thet the cuvfti. s are contracting. I
Heutl-ii.-r.- T li.vl and.. not XVk.wi- lieiherG< and isi-oingto let rueget
a tough for ii.i-.a- wCra-SM V ' ,c u ‘ T ’ fci,t 1 hunt lily trust- He will, and 1
grin ami not taking on beoetu that, under God. your Whiskey has
myself. Iu April, tku. I hec*;: * _ savwl my iitsthns far, and If t
(gsweak Iw', wtmlde to w .-k I k-A i*. < 3 P hnd Iwjuq a year ago I would
W*A ex* mined 1. -’ - -oi --. . . Mb ft Sk L: ‘ ve i ' c<su tureil by this time,
who tohl me I’ had 1W „ „ Resfn-etfully;
:rl*ii. The-*.;- ied : * . ... © hj j g .•?. H. E. Uidi-lc, Aeno,S.C.
H’ hV.-. Mrt.t Wi... >■ I 2is 6 Vsff M !>■>'< I’ww Melt WMdui I*
so W?t*-r avail at v- -d. •■. T w . - . > a per* u.isv.<ia etiiaa
t.” /”\Va.V , 1 Vr' - 1 ”--r- t. • t >. last osd msTr.
’ y , I '• *h last. Ij, ■, . f,r -w, cotje i'T.r-- ’• siU > . .illww*
u i.-tfur U) .-t mi i-, t **.<. -* wi!> pi*i4Kt.*ry r. vv ui prfniLi*
-.v.s very • , : ■ • l.offHu. • .... ,M.\a B ..
lonyer. f>irt,,d jo. T . v .‘. Cm.. Mi. 1 ® I
off. -'/ . .5. ••.-. io •; y in:.,, and' t< id §*t Sifafe iff £\ll'
ue ,Ue .mne.me w.. . t , -i le oue RrP?ISIMr Will
hilt a trifle Is-f-r, !,„t !h t, 1 j,, nel . HB6l2N3>a6k W
!t 1 .it- e wl.iie ;f I would take w|?f taSl'e?ilw ■
Ail dru.- l.ts :.d grwer- •rdlrert, wtiM paid. £1 a bcu’.e. Send for free medical bikiet.*
j A* Jfcw Qn<it> <'*’• rrtrr,-rv for yf* ia-t.rr.chr’:>, rtc., f=ei f. fr**e to acy reader of thU paper.
WALT V/HISKKY CO., Rochester, N. Y.
fi IPAN ; S T4BUIES
s ?A Good
- -a- - -
. for mankind
• / -v
£**" *2 D7**i*, Gokww laarag 1 '"V y :
D— 5..1.k pu * ‘--t —f .nlMii Ijfi
Oi* gt4* sfik' N, natter wh*, 1 , tib* utter, a, ,
r* *4_ TANARUS Maple. uU m, (*.*■■< ImO.
dt r w,
FOR SALE OX EASY TERMS.
The following valuable building lots,
oharmiogly situated in the resident
portion of the city, are for sale on esTJ
136x180, oo Union street, running
back to Reynolds street. This piece
of property can be divided into six
lots, 45x90 eseb, thtee fronting on
Union and three on R?ymM afreets,
and i-situated tmmediau ly north of
tbe residence of Mr. G tuber. Lo ! on
tbe east aide of T'oion -tree', opposite
tbe resljeoiie of Mr. John H. McCul
lough, 90x180 feet, can be divided into
four lots 45x90; two fronting on Union
and two on Ellis streets. Lots ISOxISO
feet, cornering on Albany, Albtinarle
and Amherst street?, can be divided
into eight lot?, 43x90 feet each. Abo
lots on Gloucester street, between Al
bany and Ambrrat streets, acd lots on
Albany, between Gloucester and F
streets; and ou Amherst street, be
tween Gloucester aud F streets. To
anyone wishing desirable bonding
lots, either for their own residence or
for rent, cannot fail to be satisfied with
these locations. For further Informa
tion apply to
J. E. dcßioron.
Second hand household
furniture bought and so j ( j i
also pianos, organs, trunks,
mirrors, carpets, etc. J. W,
Cheap Rates Via Southern Railway.
MACON, GA.— Grand Lodge. F A A. M. One
fare round trip. Ticket-* on sale October 2i
final limit November 2,1900.
LotTHVILLB, KY,--Annual convention col
ored Oddfellows. One fare for round trip.
Tickttson sajc .Sept. ;f9-30, and Oct. I, final
limit Oct 9.
ASHKVILLK, N.C --Annual meeting Missis
sippi Vallep Medical Association. One fare
lor round trip. Ticket? on *aU*ocLfl-9, final
limit Oct. 15.
KANSAS CrrV.MO.-AceottJit of Nation Con
vention of tbe Christian church, tlcheLnsvili
le sold to Kansaa City, Oct. with final
limit Oct. 23, at rate or one fare for the round
trip, plus $4.
CHATTANOOGA. TENN.-t h and
ChniiHi ik>k<‘i National P-nk Commissi’>n.
Annual reunion of the a ceety of the Army
of tlie Cumberland. Confederate Veteran*
shhJi; annual meeting National Association
War Veterans- Ofte fain for the
round trip. Tickets on sale Octoben t> and 9,
with dual limit October 13, luof>.
LKXINGTi *N. KY.-Kentucky Hoive Breeders*
Association. One taro for the round trip.
Tickets on ante September su, with final Itmik
October 15, 10.
ATLANTA. GA.— Southern Interstate Fair
For individuals, one fare fot the toundtrlp
Plus 50 cents ad.inssion to the fair Rrouud#
or a ili tary companies and brass bands in
uniform, twenty or more on one ticket, one
cent per mil© in each direction per capita.
CHARLESTON, S. C.—Annual Convention
league of ArnerlcHn Municipali:ie. Ono
fare for the round trip plus s2.ou. Tickets on
sale December and ll,with flnallimitDe
A M GA. — Grand Lodge A. F. and %
Mawuis and Aniiliary. One and one-thii
faies for the round trip. Tickets on sale
September 30 to October 2, with final limit
Oct* her 7, I*loo.
LUMBER CITY, Ga.—Colored Campmei ting.
One and one-third fares for the rouni trip.
Tickets on sale September 2T and 30, with
final limit October l, 1900,
Bloodworth & Jones,
New Liverv Stablest
t Fine Horses
Prompt attention given aL
orders. Drayage a spec
Phone 24-3. E St.