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rte Brunswick Tiiofes.
The Brunswick Call.
Established 1 80'i.
The Brunswick Times Call,
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has been pnt to a great deal of
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advantage of the Geargia law on
tbit subjecS Oot. 10, 1900,
William Jennings Bryan.
For Vies President.
Adlai E. Stevenson.
For Electors of tbe President and Vice
President of the United States;
For Electors State at Large,
- Augustus DuPont
For Elector First Congressional Dist,
W. W. Sheppard.
For Elector Second Congressional Dial
G. W. Fulwood. *)j£3
For Elector Third Congressional Dist.
W. C. Nottingham.
For Elector Fourth Congressional Dist
B. F. McLaughlin,
For Elector Fifth Congressional Dist,
For Elector Sixth Congressional Dist.
J. M. Strickland.
For Elector Seventh Congressional Dist
J. P. Jackoway.
For Elector Eighth '‘orgreesional Dist
A. U. McCurry.
ForjKleotor Ninth Congressional Dist.
J. J. Kimey.
For Elcctbr Tenth Congressional Fist.
T. E. Marsengale.
ll'h Congressional Dist,
A. E. Cochran.
For Representative lu Fifiy-Seventh
Congress, U. S., From Eleventh
Congicssi. ual District,
William G. Brantley.
FLORIDA’S PARAMOUNT ISSUE
Judge J armings, the democratic cau-j
didate for governor of Florida is op
posed by a republican, but this race it
attracting very little at'entlon in the
land of flowers.
Capital removal is th* paramount is
sue there and a red hot csmpalgo Is be
ing fought by the cities bidding for tho
capital. The quostiou will be leftto
the voters and the oeming election
willJeetUo the matter *
Tallahassee, the present capita’
is in the fight too and the oti-r .ram a!
torose are about as strong as those for
removal Out It looks now I‘ke the lat
ter will win.
Jacksonville is m iking a strong flghi
and tbe Times Call hopes th's pro
gressive city will be victorious,
JOKE ON THE PALMIST.
Professor PerGa, a palmist, has been
coining money iu Cincinnati for a long
time, but bis financial prospects are
rather blue at present and a “dreadful
newspaper” is the cause of all h’s
The professor made the afscttajpgHir
he could correceiy read
an Impression and here he made
the victim of a cruel job. . '
The Post took an-impression of a
Chimpanzee’s paw at the Zoo and ac
companied It with a slip of paper with
the fol’owltfg wri.tcn ,on it in a ladies
hand writing, “How long will I live,
what am I best adapted to; when will
I be married'.-' 1
The following answers were re
turned by Perrin: “You will Hyo to
be fifty; you are best adapted for a
decorator; you will be married at
twenty five. ’
These faots were published in the
Pest and it Is said there is not a sign of
a palmist in Cincinnati now.
(Bishop Stephen Elliott.)
We cannot flee away, my beloved
readers, from trouble, from temptation,
from sorrow, from sin. They must be
met and overcome. There is a rest
promised to the children of God, but it
is not to be found In this world. God
has promised and prepared for those who
love Him mansions ia which beauty
will never’fade, sorrow never dim the
eye, love never bhangs; but they await
the children who have part in the res
urrection of Christ. This is a mistake
which mau is tver making, dreaming
that he can find rest by flying away
from the present. Whenevor sad or
sorrowful, his feeling is that of tlj.e
Psalmist; * Oh, that 1 had wings like a
doyo, for then would I ily away and be
at rest.” He forgots that the trouble,
or the trial, or the sorrow, or the sore
temptation to sin or Jolly, not in tho
mere accidemai ofouinstauees, but in
the nature of things. Ho supposes tl at
if he could change this condition of
things; or get rid of thut evil, he shonld
beat rest. But he ever finds that the
world is the same wherever he goos, be
cause ho himself Is the Sami! When he
has shifted all the scenes of life and
played his part in many different ones,
he learns at the last that perfect rest is
nowhere but iu himself: that peace is
not tho product of earthly combination
but Is the gift of C hrist, But what a
long chase man has ere ho finds this
out; how he toils away the best years of
his life in looking for rest in change;'
how ho chafes against the fetters which
he supposes are keeping him from res
and peace. Oh, that I might be rich
Oh, that 1 might have fame and honor!
Oh, that I might win the obi ct of my
dcaire! Oh. trouble might tie
taken out of my Jife, -or this skeleton
removed from are the’
been so often i
i c .
i.lly i.i.i.u. ■
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Sold b> all -: -daw
THE BRUNSWICK TRESrOALtL..OCTOBER 28, 1900.
The fond mother dreams great dreams
of baby’s future as she holds the sleeping
little one in her arms. But the dreams
will never come true unless she has
given him a strong body and a healthy
mind. Children die in hosts, or live to
■Guggle through life feeble of body and
dull of mind because the mother wu
unfit physically and mentally for moth
-hood. 'Women who use Dr. Pierce’s
FaegSHte Prescription endow their chil
dren with Rtrmfg bodies and bright minds.
It is every mother’s duty to give her
child the advantages of a healthy body
and tnind. A weak or sickly woman
cannot do this. * Favorite Prescription”
makes weak women strong and sick
Mf. Orrhi miles, of Downing,Uunn Cos. t Wls.,
writes: I hare been Intending to write to yon
ever since my bsfiy was born in rrsurd to whet
your ‘ Favorite I'rescrljAlon 1 ha: Cone for me. I
caanot praise it raongh, for I have not two e>
wellfor Are yearn as I now am. !t. :• >y i.st I he/,
a baby boy, weight it pounds. am! f--.-only ifclc
a meet time, aud tnce 1 got r.p heve not bod
“tt? sick dsy I have not hail nnv womb trouble
Since 1-got up. I was not only surprised niyself
ottr >,n of my friends here see stupnstsi lo set
Dr. Picrcc’a Pellet* cure biitouauets*
even after they havo Tr>UiiU no'rest- in „
anything.* J Ksod bas done for them. This
is the co idition which sin has forced i
uj#ntheifii!rld. Wlat use (a flying?
Who has put you where yon arc? Who
has you will tWolfcum- 1
stances which are your trial *i|H,cjup
tatlon? Wjjip b#s planted tbe'skefaton i
in your house? Is it not God’r Hemews*a
■ ■ t
for the Christian to pray as St. Paul Jid
that tbe tliorslft tho flesh, wftjkiever it
might be, might be removed; but
tty away as Jonah did, fro* the croAL
Which had been laid U(>pnhim. In the
one case he would receive the answer;
“My grace is sufficient t(? help thee,” in
the other he might flnfl that It was as if
“a man did floe from a li:n, and a
met him, or wont Into a house and
leaned his hand on tbe wall and a ser
pent bit him ”
Tbe tiianuiadtorers otßanuei Salve have au
thorizod tlio nnUeraigued to guarantee it for
burns, cots, some, ulcers, tetter, eczema anl
all skin diseases. You have your fiipeey beok
it doesn’t do all it claims. W. J?sfdtts.
Fresh maccaroons, lady fingers, cream
puffs and fancy cakes at City Bakery.
J. W, Watkins will loan i
you money on personal prop!
erty and real estate.
Fc diogsot safety pervade tbebonse
bold that uses One Minute nigh Cum,
the only harmless remedy that pro
duces immediate results. It is infalli
ble for coughs, oolds, croup, and all 1
throat and lung troubles. It will pre- |
vent consumption. W, J, Butts
Artesiau wella to drive at $250 each
KUe and capacity . guaranteed wili
also guarantee to complete weils in 15
days. Cal! on or address A. H. Baker
905 Gloucester street.
Monday and Tuesday.
October 29 and 30.
V H HELLER & BROS.,
314 Newcastle St.,
Between (• McGarvey sand Thomas Keaney.
PRINTEJiS BOOM BRYAN.
New York, Oct. 27. Ai open air
mass mee’.lrjg wag held tonight by
(he Allied Printing Trades in behalf ot
Bryan for he presidency
Ladle-’ dresses cleaned and pressed
at Jim Camr’e. 506 Monk St.
Atlanta, Oc>, 27. —Toe Georgia
state Board ol Ertbal lers is in session
h j re. examining applicants for the
st-te license This is a special mert
iog for the accommodation of thos
who tailed to appear at the Savannah
If yon have ch thing to be dy-d send
It to Jim Caritr.
Prickly Ash Bitters cares disease of
the kidneys, cleanses aud streegthena
the hvtr, stomach and towels. W. J
Brunswick made Candies. You’ll
find all kinds at Lloyd e,
Have you a suns* of fui.ncssln tbs region of
your stomach after eating? If so you will be
beneateu by using Chamberlain’s Stomach and
Liver Tablets.!They; a!ao;cure belching end
eonrstomsch. They regulate the bowels too.
price Sic. S .Id by liishop’e Drug Store..
Me. Julius May lost a pccket book at
JheUioJjre la-t nigh’. A- libjra! re
ward wil b pa'd for the return of the
same. ’"i? ‘j.
Call job office is now in
full blast again and lh6e who deelre
To save money shwuid let it bfd on
thair work. Bjst workmen and bet
Second hand household
iMdliUire bought Hw gold;
alsd pianos, trunks,
mfrrors, cdfimn. etc. J
New Georgia syrup and buekwbsat,
at L. E. Rubarts’, corner Egmoot and
is THE LINE OF
ft i 11 ii
which I now have on
exhibition. ~* =s =--n>=-
CALL AND EXAMINE
Til. F. Winter,
311 Newcastle Sn
g 900 DropsJ
AVfegctable Preparationfor As
ting the Stomachs and Bowels of
ness and Rest .Contains neither
Not Nahc otic .
fantptan Saul- v
Mx Jtavift -
Jhue W i* 1
Apwrfecl Remedy forConstipa-
Tidn, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
Worms .(.onvulsio ns,Feverish
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature of
Alb monihs oiu
)3 Dust s- Cin is
EXAir COPY OF WRAPPER.
H. U. MILLER & SON.
Mon steamer will bring
us a line ot Oriental Tapestries,
Screens, Couch Cover, Cur
tains, etc. direct from those fa
mous importers of Oriental
A. A.VANTINE & CO
Also a lot % of muslin and
Bobbinet Curtains, Cut Glass,
Silverware, Rugs, etc-
WINE OF CAR PUT
A THE LINK THAT BINDS.
Jackson, Tkk*. , Nov. 28.
I wa subject to miscarriage for three years,
•nd ruffered consUntly with buck ache. I wrote
to you for advice, and after using three bottles
of Wine of Cardui, according to your directions,
I am strong and well, and the mother of a fins
Mrs. B N. JO WEBS.
There is no use talking—* baby in the house is the link that binds
husband and wife together. Nothing Is sadder than fruitless wedlock.
The prattling and cooing of the little ones offset a thousand times the
occasional worries and trials of life. When a wife Is barren, there is a
derangement somewhere in the genital organs, caused by one or more of
those common disorders known as ” female troubles”. Wine of Cardui
is the remedy. It puts the organs of generation in a strong and healthy
condition, fitting the wife for the sacred duty of reproducing her kind.
During tiie period of gestation the entire system of the expectant mother
Is built up to withstand the ordeal of labor, and when the little one
makes its advent tt is lusty and
strong, well-fitted to grow to ma- 5 ‘"l
render I '"f ***** a Tl?* , r“lt “S2ZJ".
mother, too, pisses through the * direction*, adirtM, dying AYirinoinfc
trial uithJifflA rtY.rs ml D*p\ Th* rnATTJUfOOQA
inn v, unjittie pain and no dread } udicisk toacuAtuno RH, Tt-nn.
Wine of Cardui is truly a wonder- ————■ —
ful medicine for women.
Large Bottles for SI.OO at Druggists.
WINE OF CARDUI
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Ham
Always Bought '
Bears the M t
Signature y/\f y
THK CCNTAUH COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY.