Newspaper Page Text
THE BRUNSWICK DAILY KEWS
PUBLISHED DAILY BY THE NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY CLARANCE H. LEAVY, Editor *n Manager. LOUIS J. LEA.VY, Jr., City Edito EVERY DAY EXCEPT MONDAY. Entered at the Brunswick, Oa., i* office as second class mail matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Term* of subscription in the eit_ and by mail frea of charge to all part of the United States and Canada, Mex ico, Porto Rico, Guam, Philippin island* and Hawaiian Island*. On* Month .60 Three Month* >1.25 Six Month* >2.50 One Year $5.00 Notice of discontinuance *f Ad* and Subscriptions must be made t business office in writing. TELEPHONES. Business Office, Editorial R00..J8. The Editor ■ The City Editor **' Society Editor *6B Office 207 Gloucester StreeL OFFICIAL ORGAN OF Glynt/ Cou*ty, Glynn County Commissioners. Tr* United States Court of Bank ruptuy for this District Correspoudenc# solicited, but to re celve attention letters must he ao comp anted by a (asposiHilile name, no for pub I cat lon, but as a guarantee of good faith. Rejected communications will b returned If accompanied by postage. Remittance should be made by poe tal note, check, money order or registered latter, Address News Publishing Cos., Brunswick, Ga. And along about November 10 It will be "Nefferbullt” just the same. Those bank examiners always show up like wise men —after the crush lias occurred. John D. Rockefeller says be loves tils country. Well It does not ull be long to him yet. The I.ongwortbs nre on their way borne But just wait for the big show, llryan has not started yet. The Macon folk are going to hnve boats to Brunswick In spite of the Georgia railroad commission. From present Indications neary the entire Eleventh congressional dis trict will go for Hoke Smjtli. Tilic work on the foundation or the new court bouse Is going right along. That's what we like to set*. Tl me littl ■ tale nl woe -wi.l come up ::n, mbir 1(1 w-'.th preia.iy a few amendments already agreed up on. The Thaws have suddenly dropped from the cnlmimu of the newspapers. This should have been the case long ago, 1 And now comes the old soldiers ol tho Atlanta home and want a little Investigating done uu their own ac count. That Dempsey matter Is going to rebound and become more of a boom • rang than did those Bishop Turner circular*. Gets see, that city primary comes olf along about Nov. 10, wo believe v\ e wonder if that explains the mill; in the cucoanuL The city council might have accept ed that live thousand do laibouus from the local people aud been still ahead of the game. The Atlanta, Uinuiughani and At lantic railroad has aud is doing as much, If not more lor this city than any other one ageucy. According to Hob Berner “Plain l)lck Keusscll has drawn about SSO, 000 from tho slate in salaries. In our Judgement he should be satisfied. If Brunswick really wants the state road to come here when it is extended then her people ought to take a tumble to themselves on Aug ust 22. That trolley franchise reminds us of the leper the Baltimore author! ties had so much trouble with. No body would touch it with a ten-foot pole. Little Albert and all of the mercen aries must have had some trouble get ting off that last loud of bile whici appeared iu the Couslitutiou yeatc day morning. In that storm Bob Berner predicts on August really does turn up it tackle to ever JAP POACHERS SHOT. The lessor! which the Americans taught the Japanese poachers upon the seal rookeries in the Pribi loft Islands should serve the s-ood purpose of putting a stop to raids of this character upon our seals in Alas waters. Five of the poacher* were shot dead, several wounded end a doz en captured They were caught red handed, so to speak, so as there ia no chance for an international corap. cation to arise since the poachers a. classed In the same catagory as bur glars or highway robbers. The Prlhiloff islands are located in tile Behring sea north of the Men tia islands about four hundred mile from the mainland of Alaska Tie-' are the property of the United State . The island of St. Paul where the poachers were killed is one of the largest of the Prlbiloff group aud is the farthest to the north It seems that the island of St Paui Is leased to a company and it wan this company's agents who killed tie poachers and not the United States authorities, as the earlier dispatches indicated. However, this makes no difference. Seals are recognized as tpruperty by international law and seals within the three miles limit oi the territory of the United Statu; ter ritory are the property ot this coun try. The poachers were within the three mile limit when they wen caught killing seals by the wholesale and regardless of the fact that many of those slaughtered were cfiws with young dependent upon them. Under these conditions, ns stated, the poachers were no mor. than highway robbers and were treat ed as such. The taking of seals is well regulate I by our government and other govern merits interested in Artie kiiL-rs that the seals frequent. The purpose oi this is to prevent the wholesale slaughter of the animals and I heir eventual extermination. -/This subnet has been taken up, w/l' considered and settled through treaties ana otherwise by tho interested nations chiefly the United States and Great Britlun, which maintain marine pa trols for the purpose of seeing that the regulation for the protection of the seal Industry enforced. Of course when poachers seek to violate tho regulations they must abide the con sequences of their conduct, 'this is what tile Japs did and this is also why some of them will never do it again. It should prove a warning to outlaws of the high seas legardless of the nationality of those outlaws. MONEY HAPPINESS THEORY. William H. Belcher, mayor of Pa terson, N. J., held the belief that much money, however gotten, would bring him much, happiness. A year ago, acting upon the theory, he got front the city funds and his friends $130,000 and uhs'-onded. The other day he crawled bark to Paterson, knocked at the prison door and asked lo ho locked up la a cell. He hud spout all of the money lull $17,50 trying to enjoy himself. It would seem that if money can make- the heart glad lH'leher ha I enough. But he says ho had not si uumi.'itt of fieaeo since the day lie left, lie was afraid he would he found out and taken back. Asked if his eon science troubled him he said no but ho was tired to death of dodging the law. Ho could not rest anywhere. Ho made up his mind that the only place where he could sleep comfort i biy was in Jail at Patterson. Tho money happiness combination would not work. Belcher says his conscience did not bother him. He is mistaken. His fear was the fear of conscious guilt. The sense of gunt made him penitent. Repentance made him long for peace. 'Ute human mind is so made that It must run the gamut; crime, flight fear, guilt, repentance. Miltons dev il is right “which way 1 turn Is belt Myself am hell." Not every criminal gives hlmse t up to pay the penalty of the law ot man exacts. But every man gives himself up to pay what Hod Almighty exacts. “The way of the transgressor u hard.” Col. Boh Berner made the people of Brunswick a powerful address Kriit.i night and he can rest assured that he will always receive a hearty wel come whenever he elects to return to Brunswick. We hereby make public apologies for every unkind word wo have ever uttered against poor old man Neff He was fooled liked the people jf JjLmnswick are being hoodwinked V' V' Jf F* , tf When your nerves are weak, when you 5- —if are easily tired, when you feci all run M. & i/l / down, then is the time you need a good § strong tonic —Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. Your doctor will til you v. hy it has such power over weak nerves, why it makes the blood rich, and v. !iy it gives courage and strength. Ask him if it is not iust the rr-dic-ne -on r- ci wo have no Wo publish J.C.AyerCc.. ■ i 1r keep* ihern o-w. There will he no old, dull looking furniture or dingy Woodwork in homes where thit. wonder-worker is used. No refmishing or rev a mining necessary. Liquid Veneer is not a varnish, but a surface fo*d and cleaner that builds up the original finish and makes it brighter than ever It instantly restores the brilliant newness and fmi h off haitb*. Furniture, Picture Frame*. Interior Woodwork, Hardwood Moors and ai) polished, varnished or enamejt and surfat es. Removes scratches, slams, dir! and dullness. A hild <ri apply it. Nothing but a pi* e of rhe**c , to* I, n nredol and thrre n no drying to wail for. NEW SI7.C PACKAGES 4 eunr o Lottie 25 eta. 12-ouiick bottle 50 eta. SOLD GY COLSON HARDWARE COMPANY. STRONG Again * v.-hat Mr,. Luc, tu ' Stovall,of Tilton. Ga, -Hz: said ?ftor taking —\ Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Hundreds ESST ft of other v/sik V''' -T women ar* i yj %K.-a V being re ar I v£fr H| stored to perfeel / ,'} health by this rsm j '>4 j edy. YOU may b* ( 1 well if you will t*k* Vsrito, if In d!gt istion causa* nsany alt th* sick* r.s that wemsr have it -taprivss the system af nourish ment slid the Jehoaie organs peculiar t* women suffer weekeix, and becera* ijiseqae*. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure snebU* the stomach and dig* stive organs to digest, and aesimilste all of the whole some food that may be eaten. It nourish** the lady, and rsbullds the weak organa restoring nsalth and strength Kodol curst indigestion, ccnstipatlyn, dyspspsi*, s trot risings, nsiching.h' Arthur* and all stomaok disoidsra Digest* What You Eat 8 Vww m xmA a* s4h* I I Uuk£.£--ttkU&J rmr£ Talfaf to most women is a term of ) \ Wtw smb-ty, serious thought l * and sweet .mtpupation. W With the cessation ot pain necessary to childbirth, I . there conies calm nerves, sleep and recuperet ton. l$" mi mm mmm. m m mmm M 1 IvlU I ritiii b FRIEND doe* diminish the pstn accompanying matrmlty. With it* aid mother* c*a ana do bring healthy, awset dUpoaiticaed and idemt bablea (uto tha world. Moinug alckncaa, acre bresata aad ex erttciatiug pate.* canard by the gradually expanding orgt.ni an rtliersa by this penstiaUn.- and t-iaxiug liniment. Among tha manifold atd* to childbirth Mother'* Frieud has grown In popularity and gaiaad a pieattge among rich wemeo aa wall a* poor; it U found and w'cent id La the manatoa a* well aa in the cabin. * (If lsaaatdngthsm .thsr’a of mind aad dlm.aDhing pal*, a beautifultaflnesce la wrought upon tha child, aad iaatead of peart*h, ill-tempered and aickly forma yen hare healthy. laughing humanity, leenaia tng a blaaaiug ever Cos y ou and it* country. Xtl PrefX'*t* wit Mrihtr's Frtasd at I'** Write j Of Ottf Hi *oek “Mfolhaiiisad” ■M BtaaruLß BEBuceTßs c*. atiaata, aw Hr. Williams Indian Pus Ointment will cure Blind. UietMliug, Ulcerated and Itching piles, it absorbs the tu mors. allays the Itching at once, acta s a poultice, gives Instant relief. Dr. Williams I- Man Pile Ointment s pro pared for plies and Itching of th delicate parts. Every box is gtiaran* teed, Sold by druggists, by* mail for 50 cents and $ 1.00 Williams Mfg. Cos.. Prop’s. Cleveland. Ohio. For lessons in Ty pewriting and sten I HE BRUNSWICK DAILY NEWS SUNDAY, AUCUb’f 12. j WO* YOUR WANTS WILL BE SURE COMING 'N THIS COLUMN Do you want a position, a bouse servant. Have you lost anything? C ycu want to rent a room, or have yoi a room or house to rent. If so pa . ail. m Inc news excap gtnaiui. FOR RENT. j UK Uh.Vl —'two story bouse cornet j' iji a u ami Auiiii-ii-L sticcts. Aiso ■wu owi} a- use AO. ~U„ Uiant SUCeh i./piy ut i>"C carpfculer. rOR KU.s i.—A nicely l’utmsaed sec uu story trout room with bulu. An joy at au. iuS Itej uoids sll -.-ei, sec umi nuuse above post office. iUR HALIi —Girnd horse and bugay; uitahle for family use. Tne Uo.se s \ ty geutie and can be easily man aged. Apply to .V Weiusloiu, city. .-OK IdiM Two-riory house, cornet ■I XJ and J-' streets, S2O per mourn. .Roei.iou, teuaig ii cu. FOR RENT —House 711 Ellist stree;. Every convenience. Newly paper, <i aud painted, good condition, posses sion given at once. E. F. Coney. FOR SAEE. —Folding bed ii* good .audition. Must be sold by. Wednes day as the same will ha>’e to be re moved. Mrs. H. E. nine. WANTED. WANTED —Dealer or manufacturers gent to handle ,ne and paving brick for my new plant. A. E. Crawford, Columbus, Ga. WANTED. —A night watchman. Ap ily at Hilton and Dodge miiis at once. WANTED. —I’osltion by two white boys, ages 12 and 14 years. Appl,- to Henry Reehner at Krauss’ bak ery. WANTED—A saleslady experienced in dry goods. Apply to A. Zelmcnovitz WANTED. —Ten brick masons and 25 laborers. Apply to M. U. Alexander I til new A. B. & A. depot. WANTED—Lighter size 16x50, 18x6 or 20x80 feet. J. W. Watkins. WANTED—Twenty salesladies anc five salesmen. Apply to M. Isaac at once. WANTED —People to know that Unme Sig will loan you money on anything of value. All legitimate business sol icited. Sig Ecvison, 308 and 30“ Bay street. WANTED. —l-adv or gentleman oi fair education to travel for a firm o: $250,000,00 capital. Salary $1,072,0h per year and expenses. Salary paid weekly and expenses advanced, ref orenecs required. Address with stamp J, A. Alexander, -Brunswick, Ga. WANTED —l-ady or gentleman r> fair education to travel for firm ot $250,000 capital. Salary, $1,072 per year anl expenses. Salary paid wee:; Iv and expenses advanced; refer ences required. Address, with stamp, J. A. Alexander, Brunswick, Ga. WANTED. —Position Dy a competent i.:keeper. Can keep any class o books.. Twelve years experience. Address “Reliable,” care News. FOR SAGS —Three mule timber cars, complete, together with the mules, 140 acres of land, 12 head cattle. Al so option on 200,000 feet good saw mill timber in Camden and Glynn counties. For further particulars ap ply at News office. FOR SADB. —Ten room house in good condition at the corner of London and Davis streets. Apply to T. J. Foley. FOR RENT—House corner Norwich and Howe streets. Newly painted and kalsimined. 7 rooms and large yard. Apply to Mrs. Peters, 614 Un ion street. FOR DENT. —Four room cottage on the corner of George and Ellis streets Apply at 222 Union. FOR SALE. —Three desirable resi dences, 401, 405 and 409 G street, al so furniture contained in house 405 G street. Apply to Mrs. Gann. LOST.—One pair of gold framed spec tacles. Will pay reward for return to News office. The prettiest line of four in-hand neckwear ever offered in theeity at 25 cents each. Come and Look and be astonished. Sig Leviscn, 308 and 309 Bay street IMPORTED Lime AND Lemon Juice IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC Ginger Ale Root Beer AT KEANY'S Phyaa <1 *l9 Newcastle • DR. GEO. COESTER, VETINARY SURGEON. All domestic animal* treated. Store PETiTiON FOR CHARTER, iEOUGIA, Given County: To the Supnui Court of Siiu County: The petition of J. \V. Nussbaum, A. J. Crovott, hud Bolling Wlaitfield, o' said state and county, and such oth ers as may be hcieattei associate 1 with them, shows: First 'Platt they desire for theuiaeivcs and said associates and successors to he incorporated tin h r the name and tjle 01 American tie u. lun her Company. Second. By and under that corpora*.* name .-ue End he ~11 and, contract and contracted wild, to plead and to tu impleaded and to ua re lull pov.e; and authority I !:*.: , acquire, pur chase and hold auds, tenement.-, goods and and the same sell, mortgage or eacuiukcr as ma ho deemed cent lor the interests oi util cot port. Mon. t rtird To use a corporate sea:, adopt hj- J.iws and rules binding upon us mem oi rs not inconsistent v.un ttie law l t!uis state Oi Oi til halted h.atvs aad to nave, possess and enjoy ai t.ie I‘igiits, povvei s iii i priiiitgi.n an be subject to all tac iin.ntics wine, nt* or may he u.-.u.uiy u c. ra.y an c iii-isttni with Uie ; aipos-.-s ot san. orpoiation especially, and usually u.i pertaining to and granted bodies toi yorated under the laws oi raid slat ~iid do all such tilings as are oi nu. oe necessary m tine execution of Ultra purposes. Font tit The capital riot*a of this asaocia t.on .shall he the sum of forty mo i sand dollars t|iu,oohj to he divide laio ioni Uiousaiid shares ot the pa ■ aiue of t.ne hundred dollars (fiiit), i acu and which capital stock Hi- . .ray the privilege of increasing i. any time to a sum not to exceed on hundred thousand dollars (SIUU,t)M)j ana if saw capital stock should lie increased, to dimmish tue same any amount not less than the origin;-, capital ..took, in any or in either tas by a two-thirds v to of ii"; i-toc-Uiotu ers of the said company. Fiftn That the purposes and objects to. which your petitioners desire to b incorporated ior arc to manufacture, buy, own and sell lumber, cross tie.. Limber, naval sUiros, lumber pro. acts and lauds of ail kind . o> lease. own equip, and or nate steam mills, to bu.. lease, own and sell lands, and to ov>;. and operate boats anti lighters ana such tramways and railways as mu.- he deemed advii-able for 'cue pm pose of said corporation, to act a. stevedores and forwarding agents ami o do all matters and tilings of an* and every' description upon, in aim about tine manufacture, purchase ana •.ale of lumber, timber, cros.-iies, lands, lumber and Umber products, generally, as well as to engage in merchandising. Sixth That said corporation may be au thorized to incur debts for corporat* purposes, and to issue notes, ponds and mortgages to secure such indebt edness. That the affairs of said cor poration may be managed and Its bus* mess conducted by a president and a board of directors as may be pro scribed by its rates and by-laws, arm they may be selected as therein pro vided, and have full power to select and appoint sunn officers and agent* as may be required by said corpora tion. Seventh Petitioners further pray that the principal office and place of doing business* of said corporation shall ne at or near the city of Brunswick. Glynn county in a:i state, and that it may be allowed to establish such branch offices clew here as the busi ness of 'such corp., ration may from time to time require, and that cor poration be cream for the term ot twenty (.20) years from date of the granting of its charter, with the priv ilege of renewing same at the ex piration iof said term, and that they may have conferred upon them ami choir associates and successors ao such rights and. privileges as are us ually granted such corporations. CROVATT & WHITFIELD. Petitioners Attorneys. State of Georgia, County cf Glynn: I certify that the foregoing Is a rue copy of the original petition Cor incorporation of the American Tie & Timber Company, filed in my office, this 12 day of July, 1906. H. F. ‘DU BTGNON, Clerk Sunperior Court, Glynn County Ga. * h KING, Sterling. Ga., says: ‘5 £ used Biiss Native Herbs for General De bility and I wish to cell the public about this great remedy. It is the best cn the martcet.” A BOX of Bliss Native Herbs is a family doc tor always in the house. Its use prevents and cures qj Constipation, Dys -2)1*03 pepsia. Kidney and NATIVE Liver Trouble, Skin HERBS Diseases, Rheutna- j tisin and many > i Blood diseases. It is purely •> I vegetalile—contains uo min- j eral poison and is pre- „ _ pared in Tablet and Powder form. Sold DOSES in One Dollar boxes jc j no with a Guarantee to cure or money back. Our 32 page Almanac telling how to treat disease sent on request. : MEDICINE MAILED PROMPTLY BY BILL McNISH, Agst, Sterling, Ga. I THE ALONZO O. BUSS CO., WASHINGTON, D. C. Call nn the Brunswick Development Company to see their plan. Max Isaac, president. 303 Gloucester street Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointmen will cure blind, bleeding, ulcerate and itching pill's. It absorbs the tu mors. allays the itching at once, acts ae apoultice, gives instant relief. Dr. Williams' Inuian Pile Ointment is ! prepared tor pile--, and itching of the delicate parts. Every box is guaran teed. Sold by druggists by mail for 50 cents anu SI.OO. Williams Mf* ft HEiLTii eSJSE* } Thearcatremedy for cerveur. prostration and all diseases and thesxaerotin i.n-.y? Fs citberscx. such as Nerrcus Prostration, lailinsor Lost Manhood ' 3 Impotcncy, Ninhtly Emissions, Youthful Errors. Mental Worry, excessive ust 0 f Tobacco or Opium. w v iich lead to Consumption and Insanity. With Cv’.-rK mn HCISid $5 order we guarantee to cure or refund the money, bold at SI.OO per tltH Uolfib 6 boxes for $5.00. JDK MOTi’S cllfc.TUl AL CO.. Cleveland* Of/M For Sale by HUNTER’S PHAR mJWt ■in■ T f a—sa-i ■ ■ * ** " " ■—■ beneral Headquarters For Automobiles lr you are tnth e market fot an automobile ,a bicycle, or if you want r lairs in either of these departments see me. I also have a full line of cycii s tfi ires. Sole agent. ’ OLESMOBtLE, FRANKLIN A ND POPE TOLEDO AUTOS. I am now in my new quarters N o. 340 Newcastle street Call and aee y stock. I hare with me an expert automobile'repairer, Mr- Sweat. *.* ~;i vattnah. B . Jv Olewfne. • BY DOING YOUR BANKING WITH The Notional Bank of Brunswr k }[ CAPITAL $150,000.00 SURPLUS $84,000. 1 Savings Department Pays Four per cent interest coumpounded quarterly. WESLEY H. GREENFIELD, Pile D.iving Contract*.- WHARF BUILDING AND TRESTLE WORK A SPECIALTY. , SCO L street, Brunswick, Ga. ! “ ' Administrator’s Sale. Icorgla, I ilynu county. i:.\ virtue of an order of the court ■ i ordinal*;. of said county, granted :1. tile August term, liOG thereof, 1 in* utid: rr.igned will sell at public littery on the first Tuesday in Sep-j ember, lficti, before the court house j loot* in said county, between the le al hours of sale, the following real ■.state, property of the estate of An-, n" E. Ken rink, deceased, situate in aid conn I y and in the city of Bruns wick. therein to say, an undivided one Bill'd 1-3, interest, in that lot or body of land in what is called the Nov Town of Brunswick forming in shape a square with "sides ninety '.Mi, feet long, and bounded, west by 13 street and comprising and being identified upon the map of said city by the numbers as Now Town lots nine hundred and thirty-five, 935, nine hundred and thirty six, 93C, and nine hundred and thirty-seven, 937. togeth er with the improvements thereon and appurtenances. Said property being accurately and particularly described in the petition of the undersigned to the court of ordinary of said county for leave to sell the same and am fraiments thereto now of file in that 'our: and referred to for descrip tion. Terms of sale cash, purchasers paying for title. This August 10. 1903. Courtiand 3. Lamb, Administrator estate of Annie* E. Ken rick. Administrator's Sale. State of Georgie. ; aunty of Glynn. tender and by virtue of an order granted by the court of ordinary ot sifd county on tne 7th. day of August, 1906. there will be sold at public out cry before the court house door of said county, between the legal hours of sale, to the highest and best bid der, for cash, fifty-three shares of the capital stork of the South Atlantic Towing Company, of the par value of one hundred dollars per share; saia stock belonging to the estate of U. Dart, late of said county, deceased. This August 10, 190 G. W. F. Symons, Administrator of Estate of U. Dart, de ceased. Notice. State of Georgia, County of Glynn. To John J. Maguire and Lucretia Ann Murray as executor and execu trix named in the alleged last will of John Murray, deceased, of file in this office; You are hereby notified to be and appear at the court of ordi nary to be held In and for said coun ty the first Monday in September, A. 1).. 1906 at 10 o'clock a. m. then and there to answer the petition of l.ucre tia Ann Murray and show cause, if any you can, why the probatte in com mon form of the alleged will of the said John Murray should not be annull ed, revoked and set aside and an in testacy of said John Murray, deceas ed, be declared by the court.. Take notice hereof and govern yourselves accordingly. This July 7th. A. D. 190 G. Horace Dart, Ordinary. Low Rates to Asheville. On account of the Convention of Commercial Law League of America the Southern railway will sell round trip tickets to Asheville, and return at rate of $X1,85. Tickets on sale July 28, 29, 30. Limit returning to August 8. Py depositing ticket limit will be extended to Sept. 30. For further in formation call on E. H. Houseman, general agent. chasTbunkliys Contractor of Piledriving, Dockbuild ing and Trestle Work. WM. GREENFIELD, MGR. Phones 214 and 417. Open All the Year The Wwici Boom at Ocean Fu i St isimet i stand, will remain ope ;*U the yea? round. VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME VIRS. W. L. WALLACE Slg L<evrso can stop your traubi if It u money you need. Money *. loaned on anything of v*lnc. And clothing for tale by Big Lerlaot M mm <J * rt BROWN & €0 DEALERS. MANUFACTURERS AND SHIPPERS OF kail way Crossties AND DEALERS IN Yellow Pine • ttmher BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA. JOPin u. 1 s *~-%*. Brunswick's Candy Store. B*n’t buy burnt sugar and imagir* you are getting pure chocolate... Fo* pure chocolate ar.d ail other candies call on me...A fresh supply re ceived every day from MENIER, the famous chocolate maker. Either in i bulk or in pound and half pound boxes. FINEST FRUITS, CIGARS, TOBACCO ETC. ALWAYS ON HAND. —TAFFY CANDY MADE 208 Newcastle street, Cobb and Wheeler GNEPAL TINNERS. THE OLD RELIABLES. 25 Years in the Business. GOOD WORK PROMPTLY EXECU TED. 212 Newcastle St. i CAR LOAD OF PAGE WOVEN WIRE FENCE We are Agents for PAGE WOVEN WIR EFENCE. ROBERSON & CQ. Telephone 489. I AM NOW PREPARED TO DO General Plumbing OF ALL KIND We carry a full and complete line cf STOVEC and RANGES and do all kind of STOVE REPAIRING. J. H. BOH NE. Phone 397, 428 Newcastle Street, DeVoe's old Stand. H. B. GARNETT. GENERAL CONTRACTOR When in need of A PLASTERER, A PAINTER, A CARPENTER Call on the old original H. B. GARNETT. CASTOR IA F r* infants and Children. The rind You Have Always Bought Signature of Shoes! shoes!! shoes!!! for met women and children, all kinds, all size*, all prices. Prices toeuit the poor. Big Levlson, 898 end 809 Bay street.