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The Brunswick Times.
The Brunswick Call.
The Brunswick Times-CaJl,
X VKUY MOBNINQ EXCEPT MONDAY.
ABTHTTE H LEAVY - - - ' * Editor
SOLAK9 A. MULLINS, Business Manager
m Orlethorpe BlOak.SllE Btr*t
orrto* j ibmci'iionb mo *l.
Subscriber* are requeeted to notify the office
arhon they fail to get any issue of the Tfanee-
Calt. Attention to this matter will he appro
mated by the publisher*.
The Ttme-Cau twill bo! 'Delivered by
earrier or mail, per year. *6oo;per
eente. Correapondenoe on ltvo •nbjocte
toilet ted. Beal name of writer should ac-
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ttSSr - T jj|g TIMBS-CAXIrt
Hereafter all legal advertise
ments muat be paid for after the
first insertion- The management
has been put to a great deal of
trouble and delay In collecting in
the past, and In future muat take
advantage of the Georgia law on
thla subject, Oot. 10,1900,
•‘lt la not for me to advise” says Sen
ator Platt. No, he generally orders.
While the North and East are house-,
bound by snow storms, wo people of the
Southland are wearing linen duster*.
The syrup industry In Glynn county
is growing and we are glad to say that
it proves to be raonev making.
The administration Is going to take
the hull by the boritß m the FhiUipplnes.
It has been decided that the only way
to end the insurrection there is to end
it. Gen. MacArthur has been so In
structed. He has been given a free
hand and will be held responsible.
The Tampa Tribune says':' “The
promises of circus men are many and
varied. The managers of the show
that exhibited m this city Monday
and Tuesday told the people of Tampa
that they intended wintering in this
olty. A perusal of the Jacksonville
and Savannah papers shows that they
have told the same thing iu those
This seme old gag was worked bare
some weeks ago by Gentry's show. It
is a good scheme to get paoked tents.
A GREAT INJUSTICE.
Supdrluteodeut I’owell, of the date
lunatic asylum, In bis report to the geu
eral assembly tells that bojy of tbs
great injustice which is being
ordinary insane at
separating them -
nsane, and the Timks-Uall thinks that
our lawmakers should give the matter
their attention. In the report Mr.
*" I have repeatedly called the atten
tion of the General Assembly, through
your predecessors, to the importance of
separating the convict insane from the
ordinary insanr. It is certainly contrary
to the dictates of humaolty to force the
association of insane people, because
they are sick, with the worst class of
convicts and criminals. It is undoubt
edly a great Injustice, and lo my judg-
meat, if properly appreciated, would be
speedily remedied by proper legislation;
hence I urge the importance of calling
the attention of the General Assembly
to this matter ao that some
be taken to prevent this unjust associa
tion of the worthy invalids with con
victed thieves and murderers, I can only
repeat what I have said time and again
in regard to the flagrant injustice of
having the ordinary insane associated
with the convict insane. This injustice
is condemned by all who have the care
of the insane, and they fully agree in
the opinion that the wards of a hospital
lor the ordinary Insane are not the pro
per places for the care, custody and
treatment of the convict insane. They
cannot be securely kept; a majority of
them will ultimately make their escape
knowing that we keep no dogs to catch
them; hence, the injustice to society that
this class should bo turned loose on
them. Its tendency ie to encourage the
feigning of insanity for the purpose of
escape. They are the most disturbing,
demoralizing element we have, and we
have to keep them under constant obser
vation—often confining them In their
rooms, and taking the time of the at
tendants frequently from the care of the
ordinary insane. There is no good rea
son why a hospital in connection with
the prison farm, to accommodate ten or
twelve, should not be established for
this class, whore they could get wise and
judicious employment, one of the most
Important ameliorating and curative
treatments for the insane, which we
cannot give them here with any degree
“The Hartford Oourant,” says News
paperdom, “amuses itself with some
of the newspaper English of the day.
It read* with interest that oertaln
young and hopeful persona are to be
“united in the holy bonds of matri
mony,” and this not altogether novel
announcement suggests the influeuoe
of the marriage eeremony upon tbeuse
of language. Trains start at 12 o’olook,
and now and then somebody is said to
be married at that hour; but a* a rule,'
though it may be 12 when tbe car*
start, it is “high noon” when the cler
gyman makes hi* declaration to and
about tbe waiting couple. Nobody has
yet explained what makes the noon
"high,” but the fact is accepted as an
inoident of oooasion. Just so, while
now aud then some people ore “mar
ried,” it is expected of them either that
they shall be “united in msrriage” or
in tbe “holy bonds of matrimony," or
else “joined in wedluok.”
And weddings are not alone in their
stilted phraseology. Take funerals.
not get tbo
Dell? We sell at a reasonable
Fancy N. Y\ Apples
Fine Fat Bananas,
Sweet Florida Oranges,
Grape Fruit, Etc.
THONK 255 8
(Nrxt door to Fleming A Wa(s
TSJEpBBUNSWICK TIIfEB-CAXL, HOTEMBE* 23, MOO
Prom a wreck will attract the world's
attention to the ltte-sover. Vet let the
life-saving bo continued every day. and
very soon it attracts no public attention.
If the scene of the saving of one life
by that life-saving remedy, Dr. Pierce’s
arid almost certain jp?
fcalTiiscovogr f think
I wools be in my grave to-day,* writes Mr
Moses Miles, of HTliUrd, Uinta Cos., Wyoming.
*1 had asthma no bad 1 could oot deep and was
compelled so (rfvt up work rt affected my
luar* so that 1 coughed all the time both day
ana njght. My friends all thought 1 had con
sumption. My wife inaiafed on my trying
'ttofoen Medical Discovery ' 1 have taken foqr
bottles and am now a wall man, weighing i
pounds—thanks to Dr. Merge.*
The People's Common Sense Medical
Adviser in paper covers, is sent free on
receipt of 21 ooe-cent at.imps to pay the
Coot of moiling only. Address Dr. H_ V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. V.
Generally wo are told that tbe “sol
emn burial service” was used. Tbia la
Always a relief. Friend* might have
■sleeted the humorous service, or have
bad service for
and when It la made oltVV&t they
had a solemn and servloe at a
funeral, you realize that they have
done tbe proper thing by the one who
baa -‘passed away.”
Today taka Foley’s Honey and Tar
It positively prevents pneumonia, or
other serious results from colds. It
may be too late tomorrow. <.
To the voters of the 28th District G.
M., Glynn county; ~
I hereby solicit the support of the
voters of said district at the election to
be held lor justice of the peace on the
first Saturday in next. If
elected will endeavor to perform, the
duties pjf aaid office faithfully.
JAS. T. I j AMBIUGHT.
There is no pleasure in life if you dread going
to the table to cat and eqe’t r*t at night on ac
count of trdletwtlon. 'Ttgnii W tlVlgßu, of
Booh vlUu, led., rays he surged that w*y for
year*, till ho commenced ihcuse of Kofiof ljf.
peptJe Cure, and udda: .-iotw 1 can eat any
tlilogl lfke andiil 1 want and st ep roundly
every night.” tCodol Dyspepsia Cure will and!
geat wnat you cat. W. J. Butts.
For Croup use CHANEYS
Both makers and circulators of .minterlVlT*
commit fraud. Honest men will not dceohs
yon into buying worthless counterfeits of l>i
Witt’s W itch Hazel Salve. The original is In
fallible for coring piles, sores, eczema and nil
ekiu diseases. W. J. Butts.
Tb. tr a tor of
JV*** ents to the court in
. 5 ,*|PiWW nHI srd entered on mord,
ifitrtias fully ndiuinit.ter'Hl sshi T>. B. Kin
y estate This is therefore to cit.‘ aU persons
[ ooncefned. kindred and creditors, to tho r
cause, tf anv they can, why said administrator
I onoula not be discharged from bis adininistra
, Uoa, and receive letters of dismission on the
1 Aral Monday in 1901.
I IIQU kt’K DART, Ordinary.
OUR link of
is now compuktg.
New Goods Arriving Each Week
J. H HELLER & BROS,
314; Newcastle St.
Between C. McGarvey’s and|Thomas*Keaney,
CASH IN ADVANCB
AA T.rtiacßicnu la this Minna will ba insert
ed al the uniform rate of One Cent a Word for
each Insertion. No advertisement, however
m all, leu than SO cents. Caah In advance.
Morphine, opium, laudanum,cocoaloe
habit; myself cuted. will inform you of
harmless, permanent heme cure. Mary
8, Baldwin, box 1212, Chicago.
Hustling young man can make *6O
per month and expenses, Permanent
position. Experience unnecessary.
Write quick for particulars, Clark &
Cos., 4th & .Locos Streets, Philadel
Manager.—Old established mercan
tile bouse wants honest, capable man
to manage branch. Salary $125 month,
extra eommisaions. No soliciting re
quired, but most take general direc
tion and be ambitioue. Good refer
ences and |BOO cash required. Experi
ence as manager not necessary, if
qualified In other respect*. “Opportu
nity,” Drawer 74, New Haven, Coon,
FOR SALE—BUTLER’S ISLAND.—
This well-known noe plantation, sit
uated on the Altamaba river, opposite
Darien, containing 1,200 under bank ;
also, summer residence on thejealti,
with amall house, five miles from Da
rien, containing 17 aores. Price for
whole, *II,OOO. For further particulars,
apply to Mr. B. T. Sinclair, Darien,
Mclntosh county, Ga.
FOR BENT.—Seven-room bouse,
near the hospital. Only *lO 00 per
mouth. W. W. Brockington.
lIAY FOR SALE—Five carloads of
ohoioe Bermuda bay, at $16.00 per too,
laid down in Brunswick, Ga. Sold
only in car load lots at this price
Jas. L.-Brown, Jr., Oreeatboro,Qa.fl
FORSALE-LITTLE BT. 81 MON’S
ISLAND, containing 6,000 aoree
Good game preserve-deer, dueks, etc.
besides beat fishing on the coast, with
hard beach of several miles in extent.
EkoeUent oyster bed. Prloe, $30,000.
Also, Canon’s point, oo Great Ht.
Simon's Island, containing about 580
awe*, directly opposite Little St. Bi
moo's Island. Good tabby foundations
fot a new House. TMi property la
sixty miles from Savannah, fourteen
fellies from Brunswick, with both of
which places there is daily connection
by ateamer. It t* on the Island next
to Jekyl, and suitable in every re*pot
for a hooting and fishing club,- Price,
*IO,OOO. For further particulars, apply
Mr. James T. Dent, Evelyn, Glynn
Try Boromol Tooth Pow
ders. Butts, The Druggist.
Neither master nor consignees of the
British steamship Icemore will be res
•ponalble for sny debts contracted by
the crew of said steamer,
Wm. Johnetm & Cos. Ltd, Agt.
L. A. Miller
M m i m m I
. y ? 111 in (I r i nuNte
Large Stock Just Keceived. 1
Corner Bty and Man,Held. Phone 177
Only place In town where kiln dried
lumber can be bought.
S? WvSIJ £ ap M SjsL
AVtgetable Preparalionfor.Vs- j
similating the Food andßegula
ling the Stomachs andJßowels of
ness and Rest. Contains neither
Omum.Morplune nor Mineral
NOT C OTIC.
Alx S’mrul * j
Knhtls Self- I
Aar So* f I
Aperferl Remedy forConslipa
fton. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Facsimile Signature oT
AI i> 111 o 111 h % old
J) Host S- I MS
Exact copy or wrapper..
H. M. MILLER & SON.
,f i T ——-—— a*
Monday’# ateamer will bring
us a line ot Oriental Tapestries,
Screens, Couch Cover, Cur
tains, etc. direct from those fa
mous of Oriental
A. aJJaNTINE & CO
a lot of muslin and
J Curtains, Cut Glass,
Wlr>. OF C ARDUI
HEALTHY OLD AGE.YJgpS
i *"%. Linen, Brirron 00. in , Aug. S. 9)| O'
r am <S years old and hare been suScrlng with ■ v I\\l //* fl
Change ot Life. I had flooding epelle to bad that
bob* thought 1 rould lira My husband got me |k^
wine ot Cardni and It eared my Uta. lam Uka EJS f* 518
another person since teklng it. \ w
MBS. E B. TOWNSEND. ||ln' Jl
It b the devout wish of nearly all people to live to a ripe old age.
None of us want to die young. This universal desire can be realized if
care be taken of the health In early and middle life. A little precaution then
win add many years to our existence; Death can be kept tway a long
time. Happy, healthy old age will be the lot of the woman who promptly
corrects the aliments which afflict her sex. In youth, Wine of Cardul will
take the female child safely over the dividing une between girlhood and
womanhood. Asa wife she needs It to help her through the trials of
pregnancy and childbirth with as little discomfort ts possible. At the
Change of Life tt will help her over the dangerous place that eppeara la
her pathway between 40 and SO; Then will come many years of truly
blissful existence. She will grow old slowly and gracefully. To the last
she will preserve that charm and beauty which are always cbaracteristUt
usttr atvitasv iimstbist. It b for women atone to decide
r <vmitlo in cmm riairtnc ndai * nether they wiu be healthy or
ams ***•, for their su*.
nnnirm co.. Cbnsnsnogn. Tnm. ness is dose at hand.
LARCE BOTTLES OF WINE O F CARDUI
SOLD TOR SI.OO BY DRUGGISTS.
WINE OF CARDUI
! For Infants and Childron
The Kind You Have
! Bears the £ *
! Signature /yjjr
Uf For Over
! Thirty Years
Wlr VWB OCMTAun BWNNV. Niw VOMK OfTT. ,