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NOTICE. Si l Beginning Monday, Nov. 17, ;for ONE WEEK ONLY, we will put on sale our entire line of LADIES' SKIRTS •at the following reduced prices: ; £54.00 Skirts 2.98 5. & 5*50 skirts 3.89 6 4 * 650 sKirts 469 i 7 “ 7.50 skirts 5.98 1 800 skirts 689 \ 9&9 50 skirts 798 - | 10,00 skirts 8,59 ; 12.00 skirts 9,^8 13.50- skirts 10-49 Also our entire line of Ladies’ Jackets, Furs and Waists at reduced prices. I LEVY’S I lie Leaders. You Owe SJs Nothing For doing right. The druggist who desires to grow ia the confi dence of the people hue no other safe and sure way open to him. We solicit your patronage on the grounds of pure drugs, rigVly handled, at fair prices. On this baaiywa 'nave grown. On this basts we will continue to grow. We are In business to make money, but know full well that we* 1 i * must earn your confiricn<--.> lu?foro we can get your pitronuge. < We have a tjunK messenger service, and will send for and de 1 liver your prescriptions promptly. 1 < h 4 •.I W. J. BUTTS, i ‘THE DRU GC.IST. < 1 Agent for Huyler’s Candies. * RICE. Merchants in want of this s'uple will do well to Call and See Our Samples, We have a large lino to select*- from. We tarry In stock Life-Buoy. Monkey Brand, Octagon and many - Other brands. Our line of Toilet Soap Is up to date, it you wont Tomatoes come see us The Downing Company. Special Bargains ON Saturday, Monday and Tuesday See Heller's Weekly. and. H. Helled Bro. 220 Newcstle.a 302 Bay. DAYS DIGS ALONG IDE DM * NEWS NOTES OF INTEREST PICK ED UP ALONG BRUNSWICK RIVER FRONT. Yesterday Arrivals, Clearances and Sailings—Other News of the Movement of Vessels in Port. Tno Mallory steamer Comal arriveu yesterday and will sail this morning for Mobile. Anoiher si earner will ar rive later in the week. All of the water has been pumped out of me large dredge opposite the Atlantic Coast. Line wharves, which came near sinking Monday. Marine people generally report that there is a heavy fog on the water now every morning and seveial collisions nave been narrowly av< i led during the past few days. Captain Ross, of the nve-masted schooner Helen W. Martin, is one of the most, popular captslnai* that visit - this port, and he has a lane runnie r of friends who are always glad to wel come him here. The tug Neptune is now in Tampa, where she is being usdo at; a watei boat between that port, and Havana by me Atlantic Coast. Line. Pianos Tuned S. A. Murphy, artistic tuner for Ltldden ti Hates, Is In the city for four or five dltys and ire will lie glad to receive any orders for tuning pianos and organs. All work guaranteed Headquarters at B. J. Olewincs. 50a Oloueenter street. Attention, Oglethorpe Lodge. All members are hereby requested to meet at Castle Hall next Friday evening, as business of importance will come up C. M BRADY, C. C. T. B. FERGUSON. K. of l(. and F. FOR RUNT Good rooms, furnished. Apply at tide C street. LOST. Part of watch chain, with links one inch long. Finder will please return to lhis office. For Asthma use CHENEYS EX PECTORANT. For Fish. Oysters, Oiime or anything in season phone 321 Wilson’s. jWedding : 4 ♦ : Presents: 4 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ - ♦ ♦ 4 4 ♦ I WILL HAVE OPEN ON* c 4 "MONDAY . FINE LINE OF4 ♦ 4 ♦ HIGH GRADE CUT GLASS AND ♦ ♦ 4 ♦ SILVERWARE. 4. ♦ 4 ♦ CALL AND LOOK. ♦ 4 t KENKON MOIT 0. 0. * ♦ Jeweler and Eye Specialist. 4 ♦ 215 NEWCASTLE STREET. ♦ Inspector of watches for the ' A 8. & B. Railways and ♦ Keeper of the city clock. Time 4 4 by wire from Washington daily 4 4 at 11 a. in. 4 ♦•♦44444444 44 44 444444444, WOOD Oak and Pine B. H. DANIELS, Phone 134-3 Bids Wanted. Sealed bids will be received until 12 o’clock noon on Saturday, November 22. 1902. for repairs on too city cre matory. viz: Replacing concrete <>u lop oi furnace and repairing arch of furnace door and walls. Also roofhtg the stables, and erection >f fence to enclose the crematory premia 's _ f t r more specific inf > "ination cap -m .1 J. Spears, superintendent of sanitation, or at the crematory. Mark t ids. "Bids for Repair at C-eniatorv," and have at clerk's office, t • it > hall. The right is reserved to reject any o” all bids. *' * Bv order of fne major and council. N. I>. lU’SSEt.I., Clerk of council. Clark, the well known colored bar ber, is better fitted to 6erve the pub lic than ever. Everything neat aud •lean and up to date TH BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS. IN SOCIETY. Those having news for this depart ment. are requested to call ’phone H 7-3. A SALUTATION. •We met, clasped hands, and said the common thinks Thai friendliness requires, and went our way, Nor glad 01 sorry. If we thouht at all, - was perchance, we might have bet ter spent This precious time in reading the new book. Or following tno subtle thought in spired By this or mat. Ah me, what little time Is left for hooks in this.o'ercrowded world! And musing thus, we lift, our eyes ■ and meet A stranger’s. There is no call for greeting. And yet the printed page has lost his charm. For something subtler, sweeter than the thought We were so jealous of, holds us in thrall. .Spirit, hu!ti spoke to spirit without words. Two souls that have met in salutation true. An inti eduction for eternity. Cleaner Kirk. Little Robert Sparks has been ill for several days. m • • Mrs. J. \V. Prirc Is spending some time in Atlanta. mm* Mi Sr (liissie Hailiy, of Slimier. S. 0.. is the guest of Mrs. L. Goldsmith Mi: - Sarah Waldo, of Atlanta, is the charming guest of Misses Lucille and Leslie lilltts. • • • Mi so. Ethel Mason entertained a number of her little ft lends wu. a pica; ant party yesterday afternoon front 1:3(1 to 7 o'clock. Toe occasion was ntiHM enjoyed by all present. • • • Mrs. C. G, Owens, of Canton, Ohio, who inis been spending several days in the city, leaves this morning for SI. Augustine, Kla. • • * The first german of the season will be danced lids evening after the Waff- McCullough wedding iu the Oglethorpe parlors. It will be a very brilliant and enjoyable affair. • • Tiie attendants of the Waff-MeCul huTgu wedding were informally enter tained at the home of the bride-to-be lasi evening when they assisted In decorating the rooms for tne recep tion tontg.'. * • * * The Daughters of the Revcolutioh are called to meet tomorrow (Tntirs dav, afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the roslddence of Mrs. J. A. Butts, on (loorgo street. A full attendance 'is earnest ly requested. • • • Tne marriage of Miss Clara Mae Lewis, of Albany, and Mr. J. G. Dod son. of Americus, which occurred Wednesday in tne former place, wilt interest the friends ol' the bride in this city. Miss l.ewis is a niece of Mrs. K. D. Wolfe, formerly of this city, now of Norfolk, and visited her here some years ago. Mrs. Wolffe was matron of honor at tier niece’s wedding and 7t was a brilliant and fasional.de event. • • • A pleasant party enjoyed a trip on the water Monday evening in the yawl of the five-masted schooner Helen W. Martin, the party visited Blythe Island and spent a delightful evening. Those participating were: Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Proctor, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Irvine. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. j Jewett. Mrs. li. A. White, Mrs. K. Harley. Misses Louise Wingfield, of ! Rome. Classic. Harley, of Sumter, S. C.. Alma Wright, Clara Lamar, Gen evieve Ralston, Susie Ralston. Messrs John Ralston, Coleman Brantley. J. \V. Price. E. O. Whitfield, Burden Brantley, and Captain Ross, of the Helen W. Martin. * * * The stag dinner tendered by Mr. Charles C. Fleming to Mr. Howard J. Waff and his attendants and ushers .Monday evening at the home of Judge and Mrs. J. W. Benner was a very pleasant affair. An elegant dinner I v "a est * ou or 9 et * v We say it again and yet again: * V Come and try our New CiiOoo- * v late Candies- NOTHING AS * V FINE THIS SIDE OF NEW * V, YORK. * v Wo arc getting in new kinds al- A v most daily, some of them most A y exquisite. Also a handsome line of gut £ * packages, and all are crisp from * v the candy kettle. Young man, * v your best girl would appreciate * T nothing more. ’* LLOYDS 214 Newcastle st. ’Phone 255-2. A ib’'bb'b"Kb b' b■• b' b” b" b' b’ b' was served and appropriate toasts offered. The dining room amt table were most aftarctive and artistic. Tuosp present were: Messrs Howard J. Waff, C. C. Fleming. E. Allen. Malcolm McCullough, Morton Marve, B. P. Coleman, F. E. Twitty and 0, H. Smith. • • • The wedding of Miss Rheita McOuL lough and Mr. Howard J. Waff occurs this evening at 7 o’clock at St. Marks church. Tills will he a enrysahthe mum wedding, and the color scheme of white and green will be carried out in all the decorations and the gowns of the bridesmaids. The bride will be attired in white liberty silk of taffeta and she and her attendants will cany white chrysanthemums. A reception will he held after the wedding cere mony. • ■ * '.“"e dinner given by Miss Eti.ei Conoley Monday evening in compli ment to Miss Rhetta McCullough and her bridesmaids was a very beautiful mil enjoyable affair. The dining room was aitistically decorated ami tae table was a charming picture The centerpiece was of B ins and pink carnations and a pink satin ribbon lei from it to each guest’s plait A can: with an appropriate quotation was at each place. As the dinner proceeded each guest, was Instructed to pull tie ribbon leading from her plate to Lie <enterpi< ce, discovering tied lo ii a tiny box hidden under the low: . which being opened disclosed a beau tiful stickpin, the guest of tne brides to-be for each I'ridesmnid. Toe bride’s ribbon also drew forth a gift, a beau tiful horseshoe oT pearls, a present from toe hostess. Miss Conoley. After the dinner Mr. Waff anti his at tendants railed and a very c,sinning evening was concluded. Virulent Cancer Cured. Startling proof of a wonderful ad vance in medicine is given by druggist (J. W. Roberts, of Elizabeth. W. Va. An old man there had long suffered with what good doctors pronounced Incurable cancer. They believed his case ’nopeleas till he lived Electric Hitters and applied Bucklen’s Arnica Salve, which treatment completely I cured him. When Electric Hitlers are used to expel bilious, kidney and mi crc.be poisons at the same time this salve exerts its matchless healing power, blood diseases, skin eruptions, ulcers and sores vanish. Blttars 50c.. We are prompt—-News Job Office SWANS DOWN FLOUR IS THE BEST. i.awyers should have their work done at the News Job Office. Whitman’s Candy. MORGAN’S DRUG STORE. >i S'% jfJS MBk * v jf§l% ■ The Great Sale of the Season Monday and Tuesday, A PERFECT.SLAUGnTER. 0 F SILKS, TABLE LINEN, DRESS GOODS, NAPKINS, VELVETS, TOWELS and TOWELING. SALE BEGINS PROMPT AT 7 O’CLOCK. KAISER BROS. The Old Reliables. PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED HERF. | Will not vary a fraction of a grain from the quantity called for, accuracy in the compounding of Medicines. is one of our sthoug points. Added to this is the abs Mite purity and un doubted i res'll uesH of every drug used. We replenish our store frequently, and use or sell nothing which has be ome inetiicient through age. SMITH’S PHARMACY (j, to Miss Hlaier's millinery parlors for stylish headgear. Try Rob Roy Flour. . .It is the best on toe market. Aid, "KINDS OF CALIFORNIA WINES 25 CENTS A BOTTLE, AT 11 SKLKVS. 225 GRANT STREET. TELEPHONE 272 * Page Wove®u on. Fence is the strongest fence in the world. C. W DEMING, Agent. FOR PLEASURE. COMFORT AND SATISFACTION In sweeping your carpets use a latest improved "Cyco” Bear ing BISSBUj Sweeper. It is surprising the real en joyment you can get from ..c task of sweeping simply by using a modern Bissell sweep- ‘ or. The -vco" Bearings give them their p: feet freedom of , action and an entire absence of jar and noise making their workings smooth ana noise less. As to the economy alone you cannot afford to be with- , out a Bissell as one will out- last forty rooms besides ■ brightening and preserving your carpets, making them 1 wear much longer. > Note our prices: ’ "AMERCICAN QUEEN" $3.50. • "IDEAL,” $3.25. "GRAND RAPIDS," "NICKEL TRIMMED" $3.00. yt.M.Miller A don NOVEMBER 19 T hanksgiving SPECIALS Seeded Raisins, Seeded Currents, Orange Peel. Lemon Peel, Fancy Citron, New Figs, New Shelled Almonds. New Englisli Walnuts, f New Butter Nuts, New Altmmd Nuts, New Pecan Nts. Chrystalized Cherries, Crystallised Pirn-apple. Fruit Cakes u> arrive on Mon day’s steamer. A shipment, of Turkeys ami gee.se now on my yard for your inspection. Rhone 158. TCakmJc If iv* good tr. eat, we bavlc It. i JVlillinery JUST RECEIVED A BEAUTI g ‘*FUL LINE OF MILLINERY*?' GOODS, HATS, FEATHERS, OR* AND FANCY ARTI* £"CLES, ALSO A LARGE STOC *OF ZEPHYRS .AND . FANCY.'; .*WOOLS, LADIES CALL AND SEE FOR" I* YOURSELVES. '* MRS. E. EARLE, S‘ * 203 Newcastle Street. **