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The Brunswick Times.
The Brunswick Cali,
lie Brunswick Times-Call,
C VICKY MOONING. EXCEPT MOM DAY.
* KTHUE H. USAVY Editor
POLAND A. MULLINS, Bui&Mi Manager
I j n ()<rttborpe B lock, 211F Straei
OttiC* | taL r KPHOMB HO 31.
Bebacribar* arc requeued to notify the office
wtoe they fail to get any leaue of the Tlmea
fiB n Attention to thta matter will bo appre
eUMed by the publi there.
tke Tlmea-Call [will be Delivered by
earner or mall, per year. *J.OO; per week IS
eeata- Correapondenee on live enbjeete
aolleited. Beal name of writer ehonld ao
eoapany same. Bubacriptiona payable In
advance. Failure to receive paper ehonld be
reported to the.huiineaa office. .Addreaaall
Hereafter all legal advertlae
mente must be paid lor after the
first insertion. The management
has been pnt to a great deal of
trouble and delay In collecting in
the past, and in future must take
advantage of the Georgia law on
this subjeot. Qot. 10,1900*
Mr. Dooly la slok.
The News aays Macon's" firet white
primary waa a big auccess.
Your holiday advertisement sbou and
be in the Times-Uai.l right now. -
Ex President Harrison would not s*.
slat in re-electing McKinley and now
Mr. Harrison’s son has lost his job in
If the Boers are bunting liberty the
Chattanooga News advises them to go
to Arkansas where only half the people
Many of the great leaders and large
papers have been giving reasons why
Bryan was deleated. After mature
consideration we are able to tell the
real cause ol it—McKinley got too
For the benefit of those who could
mot find time to read through the pres
ident’s message, wo publish the follow
ag synopsis of I he same :
China must make full* reparation in
money , security and op:n market*,
• Our friendly relations with Great
Your attention is called to our elegant assortment of
Fur Collarettes, Fur and Cloth Capes
Golf Capes, Flannel Waists, Silk
Waists, Walking and Regular
Length Skirts, Silk and _Sat
Not ttte Cheap kind but' the Good kind CUEAI’,
Britain to continue:.
At peace with Germany, though meat
inspection still weighs against ua.
Fronliei line of Alaskan ..boundary
should be p eedily established.
Building of Isthmian canal urged and
Nicaragua's favorable action reported.
WaitiKg for the Sultan of Turkry to
settle oar claims. aDd indications favor
Leghlation desired to continue the
parity of silver and gold.
A war tax reduction 0f'.|30,000,003
Measures to promote American ship
ping tmd foreign trade urged,
V • . .. •• v- ! .V '' V VV~>
As to trusts, uniformity of legislation
in the states is desired, together with
restraint upon injurous corporations.
Steps taken towards establishing a
government in the Philippines,
Civil government inaugurated in
Porto Rico Is in snccesrfut operation.
When Cuba’s want* are made known
by the constitutional convention rela
tions to the two countries witl be con
Authority asked to incrsas& the army
to 100,000. v '
For Asthma use CHE
If I Should
Tell You j*
Tnat. right here in
4 Brunswick you can (M%
X see as fine a llhe of 1
as y o n could io
New York ttaetf, you would
probably be Inolided to take
my statements “cum graoo
aalia.” But I would like for
you to look in for yourself,
juat to aee whether I am lying
to you or not.
You oan lie sbdut who you
sre going fa vu'e for in the
coming nniniolv"l elf Min,
hut you lie ftbaut onr
flue ot.oo tstea. Th- w,l<lat
apparent exaggorst on< about
'hem sre mere foothills
nroimii ib summit* of truth.
Anil our O'ices sre about bslf
what euob goods are usually
X (Next door to Fleming A Waff)
E. R. BAKER,
Special Attention to Crown
and bridge work.
Beats the a Tin Rind You Hats Atoms Bougl.i
**T‘ _ =
There ia no pica aun in life if you A road ftoing
(o the table to eat and can’t rout at uight on ac
count of indigestion. Homy William*, of
lioonville, Itid., aay* ho Buffered that way for
yeaia, till he commenced the nae of Kodol Dya
pep'daCure, (and adds: “Now I can e;iiany
thing l like and all I want and sleep soundly
every night.** Kodol Dyspepsia Cine will di
geat what yon eat. W. J. Butts.
THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL. DECEMBER 6, IS*
irs Time wasted
And strength wasted, to try to posh
back thy r-. si tig tide with a broom.
It’s juat as great a Waste of time and
a far more serious waste ol strength
to try to push back the rising fide
of disease with dhe " nervines, ” " com
pounds' 1 sod "nerve foods" which ‘
simply drug the nerves into adronk
en stupor. They make you feel
good ? So does whisky, while the
feeling lasts, but the reaction is dan
gerous and deadly. Dr. Fierce’s
Golden Medical Discovery is a tem
perance medicine. It contains no al
cohol, opium, cocaine or other nar
cotic. It strengthens the body by
purifying the Mood and increaaing
the supply <ri that vital fluid. It
heals diseases of the stomach and or
gans of digestion and nutrition and
thus removes the obstacle* to a per
fect nourishment of the whole body.
"Six years ago my spnaach and heart
troubled roe ao much l hid to do acme ‘deg
as the doctor* could see help me," write*
lira. 3. A. Knapp, of San Jose, California,
Bo* 39#. I went to Bau PAuciacofcsd Ji4
treatment for catarrh of the etomteh and
W better for some Hlpe, (Sen it came back.
I then uaed J>r. Wrrte'B Ciolden Medic*!
Discovery and 'fleasant Bejleta,' These
medicines cured my atomsch. f do not
fore ’i commenced taking
your valuable medicine. SH" V
I recommend it to all cr A
the sufferers whom I AemMMK
’’“far. Pierce’s Pleasant jnldtSfW
Pellets strengthen and
stimulate tlie liver. Yi/siiffll
Philadelphia Wanted No New Luoef
Mr. Charles H. Yak is#* inventor
of * wonderful bioyolj,which is prom
inently need In the i&finetlon of “The
Evil J2je,” which will be here January
20, tod he ie ns proud of the aohieve
ment 39 it is possible for 3 m*n to be,
end justly so; for it i* not only an
entertaining feature in the play, but 3
most practicable and ueefnl machine
in life—in fact, too useful, if one were
ro judge from the folluwiftgadveetH'*;
When “The Evil Eyt" was pisyleg
it Philadelphia lest Obristmae week,
Mr. Tale issuived to wuunt hi* Won
derful wheel and psy visit to rela
tive living thirty miles from U>| city.,
Tbe hour of noon found him in Fair
mount Park, through which bi* jour
ney took him. The panga of hunger
becoming evident, he determined to
oall into play the “kitchen" of the
wheel, and to SncldenUliy anoni.b tbe
Quakerite* with the progre*aot human
invention. In this, his su*oes* w*
complete. He was soon tbe center of
a crowd that would do credit to a pre*.
Too Much Expansion
For me. My plants have, grown so large that I hav®
not room for all ot them in my green bouse. Will sell
part or all of them at bargain prices. They must go.
and the quicker the bettier i'll like it.
C. 8. TATE, 903 Dartmouth St.
To Oui^ Patrons:
We always keep in stock all of the standard brands of
goods. Headquarters for the finest line of wine and
liquors in the city. Special qualities for medicinal purposes.
Our phone is 144-3, aid if you eed anything in our
line, call us up aiyl WS'Will deliver, fiee of charge, all goods
bought of us. * r
Nice pool tables for the use of our customers free of
Best line of ;c cigars in the city, including “Little
Nobles,” “Saratoga” and many others.
“Tom and Jerrj£ prepared in bottles. Try it.
200 Honk Street
ideatial campaign, and he opnld not
reeiat the temptation to invite overy
body to sample the coffee. The invita
tion was accepted with alacrity. Pres
ently, however, the olasp of a heavy
hand upon hie shoulder aad a jerk,
which brought him nose to nose with a
park policeman, convinced Mr. Yal
that the unexpected always happens.
He waa not too gently informed that
be was arretted for running anew
ftngled Mlumsn; wagon, M prohibited
in public parks; sod before be coald
explain, he became impressed with the
idea that, 'although Philadelphia is
supposed lo be stow, some of tbe peo-
get a hustle on them when the
To add to hit chagrin, ibe unsympa
thetic crowd made a running fir* of
uncomplimentary remaiks, and be re
alised tbe aad tru’h that but'le end
dignity never go band in hand.
After a fashion which can be best
imagined, the limits of the park were
reached, and he waa released with an
admonition to “get a move on him.”
MALE HELP WANTED.—Reliable
men to sell out-Lae ol fine lubricating
oil*, greases and paint*. Salary or
commission. Addles* “Reserve Oil
Go.” Offices No. 82 Superior sutof,
Cleveland, Ohio. **
From >o or bea*' vll '
<,ui>U: y of the grails and f" ‘
ply. To- ht a '■!>•“ •’ •'*••
will Ims cbr-i.fled— h# be' b> eaifte *'’
wall nourUlti.il, i*'t m**ttr b>taue bia
•took preaanu a food appearance and
doe* gom’ woek.
J, M, BHRSETT,
Contractor and Builder,
119 South Stonewall Street.
Brunswick, - Georgia-
9 oo Drops.
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AVugetable Preparaiianfor As
ting the Stomachs andßcwels of
lM IMS-’C HI Ii) H IN'
ness andHest.Contains neither
Opium. Morphine norMuieraL
Aperffecl Remedy forConslipa-
Hon, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
ness and Loss or Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
NEW VO Rif -
A1 b ni>ntb% <ilU
}j. Dost s--J jC i MS
tXACT COSY OF WHARF
Our store will be open until 9 o’clock p. m.
Space does’nt permit ns to go iolo details as to
our magnificent stock of goods, it would take
pages. All wc ask is Vo pay us visit and it will
fully pay you to go to that much trouble, tor
wilt be astounded at the revelation .
When In search of a wedding present you
* will find what you want atfour Store.
I. a MILLER ( SON.
WINE OF CARDUI
HEALTHY OLD AGE.
Labcb, Bbktob Cos. Ax*. , An*. *. W)l [ tL.^
I Bm 49 yean old Bnd have boen suffering with a . k.\ ) J / ' I
Oh*nge of Life. T bed flooding epells so bad that a
bob a thought I could lire. My huaband got m,
win* ot Cardui and It eared my Ufa. lam lika Bf ' ei
aaother parson tinea taking it. N. 'S
MBS. B B TOWNSEND. |W' JA
WwTonW 1 Igs^
R Is 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 reafeedlif
care be taken of the health in early and middle life. A little precaution that
nrill add many yens to our existence. Death can be kept away a long
time. Happy, hetithy old age Brill be the lot of the Broman who promptly
corrects the ailments which afflict her sex. in youth. Wine of Cardui win
take the female child safely over the dividing line between girlhood and
womanhood. Asa wife she needs it to help her through the trials of
pregnancy and childbirth with as little discomfort as possible. At the
Change of Life it will help her over the dangerous place that appears In
her pathway between 40 and 50. Then will come many yeirs of truly
blissful existence. She will grow old slowly and gracefully. To the last
she will preserve that charm and beauty which are always characterlsti*
of perfectly healthy grandmothers.
rise*? DCfAiTHEiT. It is for women alone to decide
n requiring ip?rtai whether they wiU be healthy or
SR , The remedy for their sick-
Chattanooga, Tain. Ufts IS do St it tund.
LARGE BOTTLES OF WINE O F CAI&UI
SOLD FOR fl.oo BY DRUCOIBTB.
WINE OF CARDUI
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Bears the M 4
\J> For Over
<S *A„ THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY.