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A Merry XMAS to You A!! NEW HOLIDAY GOODS Mj iuw stotk of Holiday Goods consisting of every= thing in the Dry Goods and Notions line is stili being received and is one of the Handsomest Ever Displayed ( In Brunswick. If you are in need of Dry Goods, hats, shoes, caps, notions, laces, ribbons, etc. Come and Inspect My Stock I. V. ADDERLEY, 202 JNcWcejstle Street. Seed Oats, Seed Rye, Hixed Cowfeed Lafferty's Flour J.:M. BURNETT, Wholesale Grocer, ■PHONE 91. ‘ "“ 222 BAY,* 221 OGLETHORPE. The Place to Buy YOUR TOYS Of All Descriptions at “ELKANS”i LITTLE LOCAL LINES ♦ The nprthjern and eastern mails ■were several hours late yesterday. The weather for Christmas accord ing to the forecast will be fair and warm. The large turkey raffled at Arnhei- 1 ter’s butcher shop last night was won by O. A. Ralston. A dime museum has opened up in the Dillon building and enjoyed a good business list night. A large shipment of turkeys arrived in the city yesterday and there were plenty to supply the local market. The hanks, postofflce and other pub liec buildings will be closed today. The stores will probably all close at noon. Tbe merchants of the city who sell fireworks report a heavy sale, and there will be a number of bonfires in the city tonight. Interesting services will be held in the different churches today, and at one or two of them special musical programs will be rendered. The postofflce and express office were the scene of unusually busy times yesterday and both the places were rushed with Christmas packa ges. . I ! There was an unusually large num ber of country visitors in the city yesterday doing their Christmas shop ping. Most of them came from points along the B. & B. The committee appointed by Col. W. E. Kay several days ago will meet early next week and arrange to solicit subscriptions for the Georgia building at St. Louis. It is thought that quite a neat sum will be subscribed by Brunswick. COUNCIL HAD NO QUORUM. oloons Will Hold Meeting on Monday Night Regular Meeting. No Quorum. Brunswick, Ga., Dec. 24, 1903. By Aldermau dußignon. Whereas, this is the day and hour of holding a regular meeting of the mayor and council of the city of Bruns wick, laud theire Being no quorum present for the transaction of business now, therefore he it Resolved, that this meeting do now stand adjourned until Monday the 28th day of December, 1903 at 7:30 o’clock, p m. Be it further, Resolved, that the city marshal, be and he is instructed to notify each officer aind member of the city council of the adoption and resolution. Be it further Resolved, that the marshal serve each officer and member of the city council with a copy of this resolution. (Signed - J. E. dußignon. L. A. Robinson, Aldermen. Attest, W. D. Russell, Clerk of Council. Call for Shamrock sour, the best ■haser ever put up. Cline & Ludwig. Crockeryware, silverware, ttnwarq gia'-sware can be washed beautifully clean without danger of scratching with I.a veil urn. BROWN & CO Contractors, Manufacturers, and hippers of Railway Crossties and Dealers in YELLOW PINE LUMBER Brunswick, Ga. THE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEW9, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1903. THE OLD RELIABLE Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE If You Have A SECOND HAND Machine, Stove or Furniture of any description for sale Photje 323 JOEL BROS, RELIABLE PAWNBROKERS 303-309 BAY STREET Our buyer will call on you and pay you full value Don’t Delay But Phone 323 at Once. N. B. We have plenty of cash on hand ready to loan on anything of value, at low rate of interest. See Joel Bros, if you arc in need of money Special Notice. Neither the master, owner or agents of the British S. S.“Greatham” will be responsible for any debts contract ed by the crew of said steamer. F. M. D. Strackan & Cos., Agents. The best in the photograph line at Wilson’s. Distress After Eating Cured. judge W. T. Holland of Greenburg, La., who is well and favorably known sav's "Two years ago I suffered greatly fiom indigestion. After eating, great distress would invariably result, last ing for an hour or ro and my nights were .estless. I concluded to try Kodol Dy -peps',a euro and it cured me en tirely. Now my siceD if; refreshing and tndigsteion perfect Sold by Joe<"- ger’s pharmacy Mrs. Moliie Allen, of South Fork, „y., says she has prevented attacks .f cholera morbus by taking Cham berlain’s stomach and liver tablets wteen she felt an attack coming on. Such attacks are usually caused b< indigestion and theaa tablets arc jusl what is needed to cWn the stomach nd ward off thi approaching attack Attacks of ’ "’-'UP rolie may be pie vented In tto wav * Anew collar and sleeve binding and your overcoat will save the cost of anew one. See Jim Carter be fore cold weather. Phone 253-2 riot Over-Wise. There is an old allegorical pic tun fa girl scared at the grass-hoppe nut in the act of heedh .'sly t.'radim n a snake. This is parallelled by man who spends ii i irge sum e mey building a cycler. ? cellar, bu> ‘f'glfjt to provide his family witl bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Choi era and Diarrhoea Peir.edy as i safe _ g .ard against bfowo! complaints whose victims outnumber those o the cyclone a hundred to one. Thi remedy everyw'rrre recognized as Ut most prompt .and reliable medicii: Are You Preparing for Winter by having your overcoat and winter suit cleaned and repaired? See Jim Carter, the leading clothes cleaner and dyer. .—. f A FULL LINE OF J ? < Christmas'Seedtf] t ■ f at ■ : CAHN’S i r i ■ ‘Phone 296. 227 Grant < I | Better Than Trading Stamps 24 lbs good patept flour 65c. Rumfords Baking Powder per lb., ,25c. 19 lbs. granulated sugar SI.OO One pound package currants Bc. Best leaf lard, per pound 10c. One pound package rasins 11c. Best grits, per peck ...20c. Fine dates, per pound lOe. Best meal per peck ....20c. Brazel nuts, per pound 15c. Best yellow yams, peck 15c. Fecan nuts per pound 15c, Best tomatoes, 4 cans 25c. English walnuts, per pound 15c. 4 pound bucket cottolene 45c. Almonds, per pound 15c. Picnic hams, per pound 104 Bulk olives, per pound 35c, Good ta, per ponnd 40c. Best bacon, per pound 10c. A big saving to cash buyers. A. C. JEFFERS, 21P Newcastle Street PERSONAL POINTS. 1 — l> T. J. McCall is spending Christmas in Macon. , J. C. Cornelius is confined to his home by illness. C. C. Califf left last night to spend several days is Atlanta. A. J. Wood, of Savannah, is spending a few adys in the city. Lucas Green, of Savannah, is at home for the holidays. C. H. Leavy, of The News, is spend ing a few days in Rome 11. M. King Ic ives tonight om a bus iness trip to Pensacola, Fla. Ernest Kaffo is spending several days in the city with relatives. •T W. Ware will arrive Saturday from Bainbridge to visit A. C. Banks, Jr. J. M. Wiggins, of Wilmington, N. C., is spending a few days at Waynesville. G. M. Gare left yesterday to spend the holidays in Atlanta with his fam ily. Tht friends of M. J. Colson will re gret to learn that he has been quite ill for several days. Xmas Specials FRUIT CAKE FINE CANDIES NUTS (all kinds) RAISINS ORANGES APPLES NEW CRANBERRIES LARGE White CELERY MINCE MEAT PLUM PUDDING If it's good to eat we have it. 'BeoffiyCa/IBjM E-FOPD GROOEHtMa Administrator’s Sale. GEORGIA, GLYNN COUNTY. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has applied to the ordi nary of said county for leave bo sell land belonging to the estate of Mary J. Grovenstein for the payment of debts and for the purpose cf distri bution. Said application will be heard at the regular term of the Court of Ordinary for said county to be held on the first Monday in February, 1904. This December 15th, 1903. W. L. Speir, Administrator of the estate of Mary J. Grovenstein. C. P. Goodyear, Max Isaac, Petitioner’s Attorneys. Fifteenth Semi-Annual Dividends. The National Bank of Brunswick. Brunswick, Ga., Dec. 17th, 1803. The board of directors of the Na tional Bank of Brunswick have this day declared a dividend of 3 per cent., three dollars per share, payable on and, after January 2nd, 1904, to sharehold ers of record at close of business this date. E. D. Walter, Cashier. THE DAVIS HOUSE 307 Norwich St GOOD BOARD AND EXCELLENT ROOMS. Rates per day 75c Rates per week $3.50 We have the finest feather beds in the city. Special attention to TRANSIENT TRADE l Radies i % 1 We invite your inspection of S our line of SiLKS and VELVETS' } OSTRICH TIPS HAT ZEPHYR WOOL at half the real ; value. ‘ * MUST BE SOLD \ "tiha carle \ j Entrancce earner of G!ouces-(: ter street, over Morgan’s Drug e J Store. 5 KAISER’S § % \ Some Christmas Sug= \ gestions including : New Arrivals BATH ROBES FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, < GOLD LINK BUTTONS, UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, AND WALKING CANES, j , SMOKING JACKETS, SILK SUSPENDERS, SILK AND LINEN INITIAL HANL KERCHIEFS, SHAVING SETS, COMB and BRUSH SETS, TOILET SETS, A HANDSOME COLLECTION OF GENTLEMEN’S AND LADIES' NECKWEAR, SILVER NOVELTIES OF ALL DE SCRIPTIONS. These are only a few of themany presents we have. Call and See us. We are open until Nine o’locck at night. We give Trading Stamps with all cash purchases. We are re deeming from Two to Five Books Daily. RAISE R’S Xmas Shopping DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING AT OUR STORE—THE STORE WHERE YOU C,ET WHAT YOU WANT FOR LESS MONEY THAN YOU PAY AT OTHER STORES Big line of toys,fancy goods Neckwear, Hosiery, purses, IN FACT CHRISTMAS PRESENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, SUIT ABLE FOR MEN, WOMEN OR CHILDREN. YOU CAN’T AFFORD TO MISS SEEING OUR CHRISTMAS DIS PLAYS BEFORL BUYING CCDS. CHEERFULLY SHOWN. * p _. . 'it TANARUS“ f ■■fill HIM Ml mil Mrs M. isaacT*’ For the Holidays! „ Inspect Our Window In GOLD Every Article Gehuine 24 Karat Solid Gold Plate M. Miller & den A Great Crockery Stock. I Have the Largest Stock of China, Glass and Agateware in Brunswick, Which lam Sell ing at th e Lowest Prices. J hay, grain and groceries. A. ZELMONOVITZ, Corner E. and L Strelets. Phone 205. Suitable Presents for Christmrs MEN’S AND BOYS SUITS AiND OVERCOATS, TROUSERS, KNEE pants, sweaters, underwear neckwear, suspenders and UMBRELLAS, MEN’S AND BOY* HATS AND CAPS. A SELECT LINE OF SHOES FOR MEN, LADIES AND CHILDREN LADIES’ WAIC.TS, SKIRTS AND UNDERWEAR, A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF LINEN EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS J 50c KIND AT 25c. iPURE LINE HEIVfSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS AT 15c A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF HOSIERY FOR MEN, LADIES AND CHILDREN GIVE U 8 A C.\L)L WHEN OUT SHOPPING, IT WILL PAY YOU. j ] J. Haller & Bro. 220 NEWCASTLE ST.