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1 TyjMfi Feyer Experience
Is not desired in your own per
son. A Doctor’s Observation
Is Valuable to All.
Read what one says about
■Mnson’s Chili & Feyer Tonic
“Last Fall we had a good deal of
Typtao-Malarla, or perhaps Ty
phoid Fever. Some patients died:
some recovered after six or eight
weeks. After trying regular rem
edies two weeks, i gave Johnson’s
Chill and Fever Tonic. In no in
stance had it been given more
than 24 hours, when rever cooled
down and did not return. Patients
regained good health rapidly*
J. F. Kixchei.ok t m. and.,
the first symnVom, and
CUrardeau, Savannah, Qa.
- ' Sole Manufacturer.
Tuesday, Nov. 6th,
The compile Election Re
turns wALbe received over a
private vßp. In addition
an interesting program will
be given cousisting of
Prices only 15c up stairs;
orchestra reserved $ ?c; boxes
50c; seats on the stage sl.
3021 Newcastle St.
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CIGARS AND TOBACCO |
Ics Crsaa FrssJi Jw:t Dai ilk ll ike
B Soda Wats; Sic,,
All Kinds of Candy .
Our Greatest Specialist
For 20 years Dr. J, Newton Hath- j
away has so successfully • rented chronic j
diseases that, he is acknowledged today i
to stand at the head of h i, rofession in 1
this line His exclusive method of
treatment for Varicocele ana Stricture i
without the aid of knife or cautery;
cures in 90 per cent, of all cases. Ir. j
the treatment of loss of vital forces j
nervous disorders, kidney and uriDary i
complaints, raralysis, blood poisoning,!
rheumatism, catarrh and disease* pecul- j
iar to women, he is equally successful-1
Dr. Hathaway’s practice is more than I
double that of any other specialist, j
Cases prononneed hopeless by other
physicians, readily yield to his treat
ment. Write him today fully about
your case. He makes no charge for
consultation or advice, either at his of
fice or by mail. 4
J. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. D. 4
25 Bryan Street, Bavannah, Oil
STOVES REPAIRED. |
Rice, the stove doctor, repairs
kinds or cook stoves and ranges, boy.’
and sells second hand stoves, 414 Bay
t- YOUR FACE
18 YOUB FORTUNE.
American Women throw
aw ay aeventy-fl e million
doll art- annually for fac
povr lera, lotions, etc., mo
which are made of poia 'non* enbatanc •* an
atroy the rkm. To teem e a Natural, Roa
Healthy Complexion, get a
VIRGIN RUBBER MASK.
Restores original contour, permanently re
aovea pimp ea, fiecklea. blackheads, and ail
At—oluttly b.rmleM JtoiulU gurMtMd.
Writ* lor prtlcnir*. Price 1.00 lijr mai
Glove* JICO and IUO m
VIRGIN RUBBER CO„ No Weal 14tL fU
Brown Drug Cos., Sole Agts
dorr acted Daily by Capt. Otto Johsnnsssn
’.Port of Brunswick, Nov. (i, 1900.
Span sh bark Galopre, Santa Cruz,
ScUr. Three Marys, Conover, Phila
£ AILED 6tH.
Norwegian bark Btnille, Marie Ton
Portuguese bark Maria Emilia,Ruben,
Feelings ot safety pervade the house
hold that uses One Minute Cough Cure,
the omy harmless remedy that pro
duce* immediats reaolts. It is infalli
ble for coughs, colds, uroup, and all
throat and lurg troubles. It will pre
vent consumption W. J. Butts.
For Diabetes use
STUART’S (t IN and
Half the'World is in Darkness
os to the couse of their ill health. If they would
start to treat their kidneys with Foley’s Kid
ney Core, thei weariness of Ixuiyand mind,hack
ache "headache and rheumatic pains would
disapi>or. W.’J. Butts.
The manufacturers of Banner Salvo have an
thorised the undersigned to guarantee it for
barns, cuts, sores, nlceis, totter, eczema and
all skin diseases. Yon have your money hack
t doesn’t do all it claim,. W. J. Butts.
WANTED.—Christian man or wo
man willing to qualify for permanent
position of trust, here or in home
county. S9OO yearly, E ’close self
addressed stamped envelope to Secre
tary, oare of Timks-Call.
Shave at Clark’s, the only barber
shop in town using Koohester sterilizer
charged with Boro Phenol.
MONDAY, NOV. 12th.
li lifts Repin
10c. 20c, 30,
JO} Newcastle Street
Wishes to inform the ladies
of Brunswick that they will find
the largest and lates novelties in
Bats, - ißlanti - Caps, - Rihlioiis,
AND ALL KINDS OF
aH££BRUNSWICK TIMDS-CALL 1 NOVEMBER 7, til Of.
Miss Gertrude Meyer leajres this
morning for Savannah, to visit her
sister, Mrs E. Isinberg.
The Misses Norris bsve returned
from a visit to Virginia.
Dr and Mrs. R. E. L. Burford,and lit
tle Miss Lila Burford, left last night
for Pipyville, Kentucky, Dr. Burford’s
old home,, Th y wiil speud a month
or two there.
Mrs. Wylly has returned to her
heme in Dirien, from a plessant visit
to Mrs. C. S. Wylly.
Miss Lila Stallings is visiting Miss
Lily Burford, in Kentucky.
Mrs, J. A. Butts Is ill, to (he regret
of many friends.
M -s Bessie Symmes has returned
from a visit to Allan's.
Mrs. Wm. Nighienu.le and she,
Douglas, have returned from a trip
North. • ix,,-
a . .
Miss Atn'dia D >erll oger nnd sister,
Miss Rita Djerilmger., leftAhis morn
ing for Savannah,' o spend a week with
Mrs, G, H. L'dpold.
Mias.Marie DeVoe was reported
worse yesterday, but her many friends
hope for better news today.
Miss Fay Symons is one of the lead
ing members of the concert-club in
New York, recently ofganized by her
instructor Professor Greene. The
club has given several recitals, and is
By order of President G. J. Orr the
Public Library was closed a little ears
tier' than usual last night, on aooouqt
of its being eleottoo night.. ,
Uo in ember ttrtrt yotar kidneys aot as
the oftsspoed ef the human body, Into
which all the imparities of ’he system
are continually dumped for purifica
tion, and when the kidneys fail to
properly perform their functions, it is
a signal of further complications. The
liver becomes clogged, the blood is
filled with uric acid poison, the heart
becomes involved, and unless the
proper remedy la applied, your case
will soon be beyond the reach of hu
man skill. Smith’s Sure KidDey Cure
will cure ycu in less time, and at less
expense, than any other medicine in
the world, and If j.a guaranteed. I’rioe
50 cents per botile. If yon cannot ob
tain it from your druggist* write di
rect to the company. For sale by all
An antiseptic after shaving. Clark,
i he barber.
This is the season when mothers Rre
ala.led on account of croup. It is
quickly cured by One Minute Cough
Cure, which children like to take. TV,
Today take Foley’. lleney and Tar
It positively prevents pneumonia, or
otter serious results from colds. It
may be too late tomorrow.
We will pay the above rewanl for Any case
of Liver Complaint, Ily-popi ’a, Hick Headache,
Indigestion. Constipation or Costlveness we
cannot cure with Llveratlt, the Up to-Date
Little Liver Fills, when the directions ate
strictly complied with. They are purely vege
table and never fail to give satisfaction. Z'c
boxes contain 100 pills* ioo loses contain 10
pills, tic )>oxes contain 16 pills. Ilewsie of sab
stittitea and imitations. Be tby mail. Stamps
taken. NBRVITA MEDICAL CO., cor. Clin
tor and J ekson Htfl , Cbloago, 111. For sale by
Brown Drug Cos. Brunswick. Oa
BUY THE GENUINE
SYRUP OF FI6S
... MAirUFACTXJBKD BT ...
CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.
HTHOTB the A A Mg.
Mrs. T. Briddlemsn, of Parsballville
Mich., was troubled wi’h salt rbeum
for thirteen jears and had tried a
number of doctors wilbmitrelief. Af
ter two or three applications of Ban
ner Salve, her baDds became better,
and in a short time she was entirely
, ALWAYS KEEP ON HAND
. There Is no kind of pain
[or ache. Internal or exter
[nal, that Pain-Killer will
I not relieve.
|t-OOK OUT FOR IMITATION'S AND SUB
STITUTES. the oenuine bottle
I BEARS THE NAME.
• PERRY DAVIS & SON.
High living, intemperance, exposure and
many other tilings bring on Bright’s disease.,
Foley’s Kidney Cure will prevent Bright’s dis
ease and all other kidney or bladder disorders
if taken in lime. Take nothing else. W. J
New Liverv Stables
Prompt attention given ah
orders. Drayage a spec
Phone 24-3. E St
6EORGSA OETFtTIVE AGC’Y
Civil and orlmlnal cases attended to
business Btrlctly confidential, En
quires conducted with sooreev,
Ls. G. LEfiVY
Southern llailpy Cos!
Olllde of General Agent, Brunswick* Ga
For Savannah, Waahlwgtou and New York.
Lv Brunswick >. (140 ara 05 pm
Ar Savannah 10 30 am 12 50 am
Ar Washtngton 7 85 am 8 so pm
Ar New York 2 03 pm 0 23 am
Lv BruiWwiek— 5 (M> am 825 pm l) 05 pm
Ar. J&ckaonvUlffj-. 025 am 740 pm 130 am
For Macon, Atlanta, Louisville and Cincinnati
Lv Brunswick 0 40 am 0 05 pm
Ar Macon 1 15 pm 3 00 am
Ar Atlanta *. 850 pm 520 am
Ar Louisville 7 80 am 7 30 pm
Ar Cincinnati 7 45 am 7 10 pm
From New York, Washington and Savannah.
Lv New York,... 3SO prn 12 15 ain
,Lv Savannah ... S. pm 520 am 500 pm
Ar Brunswick .. OSL *in SOBarn 885 pm
Lv Jacksonville 135 pm
Ar Brunswick 825 pm
From Cincinnati, Louisville, Atlanta and
Lv Cincinnati 8 30 am 8 00 pm
Lv Louisville . ... 745 am 715 pm
Lv Atlanta. . 10 45 pm 1215 pm
Lv Macon. ... 100 am 280 pm
Ar Brunsw ck 7 k am 8 35 pm
Pleasant to the taste.
DR. J. H. MEAN'S
Eliminates uric add. The best
remedy for Rheumatism and
diseases of the Stomach, Liver
tl a Bottle, at druggists.
THE Dt. J. H. McIEAN MEDICINE CO..
•t. u>uta. MO.
FOR BALE BY
V MUTTS, The-DruggiH'’
KECOMMENDS IT TO TRAINMEN.
G. H. Hsn,an, Lim*, 0., engineer
L. E. & W. railrosd, writes: “I bav
been troubled a great deal with back
ache. I was inducted to try Foley's
K'dt oy Cure, and one bottle entirely
relieved me. I gladly recommend it
to any one, especially my friends
strong tlie trammer, who are usually
Tell Jim Carter when to send fo
your olotbing to be cleaoed and
of cod-liver oil is the means of
life and enjoyment of life to
thousands: men women and
When appetite fails, it re
stores it. When food is a
burden, it lifts the burden.
When you lose flesh, it
brings the plumpness of health.
When work is hard and
duty is heavy, it makes life
It is the thin edge of the
wedge; the thick end is food.
But what is the use of food,
when you hate it, and can’t di
Scott’s emulsion of cod
liver oil is the food that makes
you forget your stomach.
We*l! send you a little to try, if you like.
fcCOTI & BOWNE, 409 Pearl street, New York
IS THE LINE OF
I! i lii MS
which 1 now have on
CALI AND EXAMINE.
Th. F. Winter,
311 Newcastle Sr.
of iAi mm
i'o our lady customers than all die well
tilled bottle- of crags anil mod C'lies Is
the co ner id tbo store wheie
Perfumery, Soaps, Toilet
Are gathered. The coll ction consists
of tue. hading brands of Soaps and I’er
fuwrs and is in overv way worthy of
the interest it creates. The goods are
if tue very best quality a L d the assort
ment Is splendid. You can be bright
sod swe> t ri little coat.
( _ vlAl^^ALriijjß >(r 1
HR. JH TTver Falla lo Gray I
lotdK Hair to lt YdUthfui vTou>r
JM4I Prevent* mwl hnv
[ z • "0 ** •Jf i<orlw
Core Wbie v ey | H4fper’. Parfeot
Whiskey, Hat;;: —“b w -> Pr v bottle
I guaranteed Harper -(JOnteOYfuTlbl. An antisept io after shaving. Clark,
IK BTREKT. BRUNEWICE, G>A j
Service By Pnbhoation.
STATE OF GEORGIA-County of Glynn.TZT
John Rogers, ) In Glynn Superior Court, may
vs. > Term, 1900.
iusio Rogers. ) LIBEL FOR DIVORCE,
flo the Defendant, Susie Rogers:
You are hereby commanded to be and appear
at the December Term, next, of Glynn Superior
Court, to be holden at the court house in
Brunswick, Glynn County, Georgia, on the
First Monday in December, 1900, and by Ten
(10) O’clock of the forenoon of said date, then
and there to answer the complaint of the plain
tiff in the above stated oaae in his Lioel for
Witness the Honorable Joseph W. Bennett,
Judge of the Sup riot* Court of Glynn County,
this the 10th day of July, 1900,
H. F. duBIGNON,
Clerk Superior Court, Glynn t ounty, Ga.
SERVICE BY .FUIH.ICATIOnT* -
GEORGI A—Glynn County.
Mrs Mary C. Reppard vs. Jeflerson Levy,
The National Bank of Brunswick and the May
or and Council of Brunswick.—Petition for par
tiou of realty in Glynn Superior court, De
cember Term thereof, 1900.
To the Defondrnt, Jefferson Levy:
You are hereby notified that the petitioner in
the above stated case will apply for a parti
tion of that certain real property in the *tate
of Georgia, county ot Glynn and city of Bruns
wick, described as follows: TANARUS: 0 Northeastern
portion of what i know n as and called the
“Thirty Acre Tract” or “The Wells Tract”*
having the follow ing courses and distances, to
vvit: Commencing at the centre of the South
ern liue of Union street and ,running thence
Southwardly 1,610 feet; thence running East
wardly 810 feet; thence running Northwardly
1810 foet; thence running Westwavdlv 855 feet,
except three certain small tracts heretofore
sold by the owners; such application for par
tition of said land will he made at the next
term of said couit to be held on the first Mon
dao in December next.
This notice given in pursuance of an order
granted September 28,1900, by Hon. Paul K.
Seabrook,judge of said court presiding.the
Honorable Joseph W, Bonnet being disqualified
in said case.
Witness the Honorable Paul F. Seabrook,
judge of said court presiding, this October 1,
H. F. DU BIGNON,
Clork Superior Court, Glynn County, GIL
SPARKS A TWITTY,
John AI Steelo [Application for re-
J anie Hudler, formerly I moval of
Janie Steele. J disabilities.
Notice is hereby given that on the oth day of
October, 1800, the undersigned filed in the oflloe
of the clerk of the Superior court of Glynn
county his application for removal of the disa
bilities resting upon him under tlia verdict and
iudgment-rendered in said court May 21, 1900,
in tho| suit of his former wife, Janie Steele,
iigainst himfor divorce, and that, said applica
tion will be heard at the term of said court be
ginning on the first Monday in December next.
This October 8,1900.
JOHN M. STEELE
To whom it may concern: 11. J. Read having
in proper form applied to me for permanent
letters of administration on the estate of
George McArthur, late of said county, this is to
cite all and singular, the creditors and next of
kin of George McArthur to be and appear at
my office within the time allowed by law and
show cause, if any they can, why i ermauent
administration should not be granted to 11. J.
Bead on George McArthur’s estate. Witnesn
niv bund official signature this 12th day tof Oo
toVer, 1900. HORACE DART,
Whereas, Ella J. Jennings, administratrix of
George W. Calvin estate, represents to the
court in her petition, duly filed and entered on
record, that she has fully administered George
W. Calvin’s ©state. This is, therefore, to cite
all persons concerned, kindred and creditors,
to show cause, if any they cr.n, why said ad
ministratrix should not be discharged from
administration, and receive letters of dismis
sion on the first Monday in December, 1900.
HORACE DART. Ordinary.
All person>4 having claims against estate of
J G. Campbell will present them to the umier
signeA, and all owing, said estate will olease
pay their accounts to J. J. SPEARS,
Adm'r. Estate J. G. Campbell.
State iff Georgia-—County of Glynn.
The co-par nerahiu heretofore existing, under
the linn name and style of Taylor,Cook & C<m
pany engages m the saw mil) boslneM, iu the
manufacture of cypress lumber, and otherwise,
at Brunswick, Chi., having .served its
purposes, itj* mutually agreed by ail
of the undersigned member* of said Arm
that, the said partnership be and the
gfurie is hereby disrioJvcd by mutual consent.
'Hie business heretofore carried on by the said
company w ill hereafter be conducted by the
corporation duty evented by the Superior court
of Glynn county. <. <>rgia, with its principal
olHce iu liri'UKwick, Ga., uow as and called
the Taylor-Cook C> i-rcss Company. All debt
ors, creditora ami other parties dealing with
said co-par: uersliip i= ti ■ p > ami nil poisons
otherwise interfiidt ' l v. i’i ta novice. This Oc
tober 1, iwo. RespecMulM,
O. N. Taylor. T. \i. (look.
Will S. Taylor*. and. 11
Mrs. Hattie J. Hess. , A. W. Cook.
Mi>,. Rebecca A. C</>k. J. W. Cook.
Mrs. I M. Calvin
** sr.avrci? av pumucation.
Mr*. Clyde Freeman, Libel for Divorce.'Re
turnable to December
vh. Term, 1900, of Superior
Court of Glynn coun-
O. J. Freeman. ly,Geor ia.
To the said defendant,O. .J. Freeman:
You arc* her by required* personally or by
attorney, to *<! appear at the next term of
the Sup-rJr lot said county, convening
on the llr-t in J>< cember, 1900,then ana
there to answer the slain iff, Clyde Freeman,
upon theiiicrlu* of he r petition f*.i livorcedlea
raiurttyou: as In default of nu ih apnearanco
t he Court will proceed as to justice shall apper
tain. Witness the Hon Joseph W Rennet.
•Judge of said Superior Court, ib'* 2‘2d day ok
August,MOO. A. U,TOWNSEND,
Deputy Clerk Superior Court, Glynn Oo M Ga.
D. W. KItAUSS, FIUTs. \tty.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
For the purpose of uollocting he State and
County Tax fo ,90 *, 1 will l>e at the following
district precincts on dates named, to-wit:
2i> Dint, Oct. 27. Nov. 19 and Dec. 21.
27 Diet. Oct 20. 20 .|.J Dec. 4.
im Dial. Oct. 2T, N0v.21 and Dec (J.
14t>9 Dist. Oct. 24, Nov, 22 and Dec 7
20 Dist. OM. 29, 80. BJ, Nov. 221. 24, 20, and Dec.
8,10, li. fi. J. Bead,
T. 0. Glynn Cos,
Chamber! ainV Cough Retnoiy in Chi
Ylisgen Bros., the popular South Hide drug
igist, c rner 69th street and Wentworth av uue
say: "Weaell a groat deal of Chamberlain'*
Cough Rem' dy and find that it given the n ost
satisfactory rcaulta, especially among children
lor severe olds and croup.” For sale at Hish-