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The Brunswick times. [volume] (Brunswick, Ga.) 188?-1900, December 25, 1897, Image 5

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Is the place to get your
Christmas photos.
Instantaneous por
traits of children a suc
cessful specialty.
I am representing the old reli
able Lodden & Bates Southern
Music House, of Savannah, Ga.,
and am now prepared to furnish
Stein way, Matirashek,
Sterling and Huntington
Pianos, and
Mason & Hamlin and
Sterling Organs
at low prices and upon easy terms.
We also have a few special bar
gains in instruments having been
used, shopworn, etc. Give me a
call and I’ll save you dollars.
a. j. weigh, nssssss.*-
Orders Executed o' - er Our Private Wires
For Cash or on Margins.
Local Securities Bought and bold.
Telephone, 580.
Board of Trade Buildiug, Jackson Building,
Savannah, Ga. Atlanta, Ua.
Brunswick Representative.
Investigate our Big Bargain Sale this week !
\ Special Bargains in i
| Every Department. \
This Is Your Last Day for Christmas
I Our Stock Can j
: Satisfy Your Ideas. I
Prices Cut in Half.
Big Bargains in Holiday Articles.
Cat! and examine our stock. No trouble to
show goods. Courteous attention to everyone.
PC A i S El FR 7 S .
f llr
U< "nffll J! takes married
H wr women through
y the whole period
of pregnancy in
‘ m safety and com
fort. It is used externally and it relaxes
the muscles so that there is no dis
comfort. It prevents and relieves
morning sickness, headache and rising
breasts, shortens labor and preserves
the mother’s girl- .
ish form.
$1 a bottle at £
druggists. A
trated booklet
The Bradfield Regulator Cos., Atlanta, Ga.
iS fire mis,
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of firearms and bicycles
done with neatness and
and dispatch.
All Work Guaranteed.
nor. Mouk and Grant Rts.
6-1-5 P. O. KESSLER
Comfort and Convenience.
Is the portable grate. Burns coal
in lbe open fireplace. Keed K. La-
Holland herrings, Milchner herrings
at DeVoe’s.
The Trains Will Run on a Different Time
table Beginning Today.
Beginning at 6:50 p. in., November
27, a change goes into effect in the
j timetable of the Plant System into
Brunswick. It is gratifying in one
respect—the train which has been ar
riving or pretending to arrive at 11:40
p. m., is hereaftes due at 10 p. m.
Whether the freight cars will be still
a portion of this train is not made
known in the announcement of the
The new schedule is as follows :
Train No 91 will leave Brunswick
at S :20 a. in.
Train No. 93 will leave Brunswick
at 8:15 p. in.
Train No. 92 will arrive at Bruns-
wit;.- at 10 p. m.
Train No. 94 wilt arrive at Bruns
wick at 12 :50 p. m.
Notice to Shareholders.
Brunnswick, Ga,, Dec. 11, 1897.
The National Bank of Brunswick.
The reguiar annual meeting of the
shareholders of this bank, for the elec
tion of directors and the transaction
of other legitimate business, will be
held at its banking house, between
the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m.,
Tuesday, January 11, 1898.
E. D. W alter, Cashier.
Stockholders’ Meeting.
There will be a meeting ot the stock
holders of the Brunswick Savings and
Trust company at its banking house,
at 10:00 a. m., on Tuesday, January 11.
1898, tor the purpose of electing it*
officers and directors for the ensuing
year, and for the transaction of such
other business as may come be r ore
them. L. A. Fleming, Cashier.
Christmas Holiday Exursiou Rates 97-98.
The Plant System announce excur
sion rates between the principal points
in the territory of the association for
Christmas holidays, of one and one
third for the round trip.
All Over the World.
All partiee desiring to take trips to
any part of the world should call on
Capt, O. Jobannesson, who is the
Brunswick agent of all the fastest ami
best steamships afloat. He can make
vou rates to and from any foreign
The Happenings of the City as
Caught by “The Times”
Brief Statements of the Many Things That
Make Up the Busy Round
of Life.
Mr. Sylvanus Littlefield is in the
city for the holidays.
Appropriate Christmas services will
be held in the churches today.
Mr, Robert Baker is in the city
agaiu mingling with his friends.
Miss Josephine du Bignon returned
last night from a visit to relatives
m Savanuah .
For Rent—Dwelling home, 211 B
street. Possession given January io
Apply at Hus office.
For Rent—“ Bay View Cottage,”
Richmond street. Good condition.
Apply to J. M. Madden.
The gospel tent lias been torn down
and Hie meetings will he continued at
the Second Adveut church.
Hun. Jacob L. Beach will return to
Atlanta Sunday, in order to attend
themeeiingof the penitentiary com
mission on Monday.
The guests at the Oglethorpe today
wiii have Hie benefit of one of Mana
ger Forier’s most excellent creations
in the shape of a dinner.
J. H. Meyers and two brothers, of
Tifton, and J. N. Horne, the popular
representative of the Downing com
pany, are in the city to spend the hol
For sale cheap—Eight-room house
in good order; now renting at $2O per
month; situated in New Town. Must
be disposed of a’ once; a bargain.
Titles perfect. Apply to VV., care
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Duun will
reach the city this morning, from
Pennsylvania, on their bridai tour.
They will be the guests of Mr. Dunn’s
unole, Col.’H. T. Dunn, for a lew days
Chief Lewis Beach is placing hi
famous St. Simon sea island cotton
seed on the market. 'The seed are tba
result of several years’ careful selec
tion, and are the genuine sea island
The hull of the burned tug I£. L.
Mabey sank yesterday in front of N.
Emanuel & Co’s dock. 'The report
that the tug bad no insurance proves
to be correct. It is rumored that the
owner ot the Mabey, Ur. L’Engle, will
send another boat to take her place.
The Brown Drug company has pur
chased exteusive advertising space in
The Times, for the entire year 1898.
The company realizes what sort of ad
vertising pays, and its progressive
businesss is bound to be ben (tiled by
the use of 'Jim Times’ adveru-ing
Chill and
Cures Fever
In One Day.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. 25 cents. The genuine
has L. 8.Q.0n each tablet.
Xmas packages Iluyler’s candies.
W. J. Butts, the druggist.
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C. J.Doerflingor. - - 304 Newcastle St*
Our Stock—
Is large and complete, and
we can suit you in both
quality and prices.
Presents in Jewelry!
Silver Novelties, Cut Glass,
Purses, Gold Pens, Canes,
Silverware, Fine China, Fine
Lamps, Clocks, Silver Pocket
Knives, Etc., too numerous *
to mention.
Free! Free!! Freelll
For every purchase to the amount of $1 that you make
we give yon a ticket in this drawing ab.-olutely free.
Drawing will start on November I and end on Janu
ary 15, when a committee of three will conduct the
First prize: A Fine Ladies’ or Gents’ Bicycle. Sec
ond pr z- : A Fine Mantel Cathedral Gong Clock.
Third prize, a Fine Banquet Lamp and Globe.
The Jeweler and Optician - 215 Newcastle St.
Examiner of watches for Southern railway. Time received daily at
11 o’clock from Washington,
Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon
and Provisions,
Grain, Hay and Bran A Specialty
204 gran - Brunswick, Ga.
Estey Organ Cos.
'Flio Iscst-
Pianas —-
For cash or installment,
H. T. DUNN & SON, Agents.
219 Newcastle Street
* * * |f y OU nee<i an Organ,
* * * call and spo uh and we
* * * will save you money.
All members of the Brunswick Ly
ceum association are urgently re
quested to at once pay their member
bership dues, to wit ; Five dollars.
Payments can be made -at my ofli 'e,
room N0.7, city hall, during regular
business hours; or if more convenient
checks may be mailed to me. Postof
fice box No. 72. L. C. Bodkt,
Heinz’ best mince meat
two pounds for 25c, at .J. J*.
I iavenport’s.
The-Most Princely Gift
estowed By Santa Claus
Is a jewel rich ai d inre, set in ar istic
device, or .villi a < ombiiiat oii of colors
and effect s in rubies, diamonds, sap
■ hires, opals, pearls, etc. We have
Diem m necklaces, lace pins, sij. I. pins,
! bracelets, lings, earrings, holies' and
gents’ gdd and ilver wat< Ikm and
1 chains
Everybody iH Delighted With Our Hol
iday Display. See It.
We t-olicit a eomparf-on <>r good- and
price-, know i* g yon w ill ilnd our holida>
j line the West and chi up' st.
State of Gkougia, i
County of Glynn, )
Will be sold before the point,house door in
Brunswick, Glynn county,Georgia, oil the first
Tuesday in Ja mary next, the same being
the fourth da} r thereof, between the hours of
lo o’clock a. in. and I o’clock p. in. of said date
the following described property to wit: All that
tract, lot or parcel of land, situated, lying and
being in the city of Brunswick,said county and
state, and in that part of said city known as
< )ld Town, and designated and described upon
the map and plan of said city as made by Geo.
It. Baldwin, in the year nSa7. as Old Town lot
number three hundred and eighty-seven. .Said
land being levied upon as the property of isa
dore J. Whipple and Charles S. Cook, as sur
viving eo-p rtners ol Cook Brothers & Co.,and
of Mary V.. ( ook, as ndmini>tratrix upon estate
of .John it. Cook, deceased, and of said Mary K.
Cook, Ada Cook. Walter B. Cook and George
Jl. Cook, to satisfy a mortgage execution issued
from the supeiior court of said county, in favor
of Nancy Cow an, as executrix of suniner Cook,
deceased. Principal $2,000, be-ides interest and
cost. Notice of levy given tenant in possession
as required by law.
Also, at the same time and place,all that cer
tain tract, lot or parcel of laud situate lying
and being in the Old Town of the city of Bruns
wick, said county and slate, known, according
to Baldwin’s map of said city made in the year
Ibvi, as the western 0110-half of Old Town lot
number four hundred and eighty-one (IS1), said
western half of said lot bounded on the north by
Old Town lot No. -Lso, on the east by the eastern
half of said lot, on the south hv George street,
and on the west by Albany street Levied <>n as
the. property of L. M. Dart, ns trustee- of and
for .Julia s. Lainbright, K D, Lainbright, Ii nia
L. Lam bright, and Joseph K. Lumbriglit, and of
the said .Julia S. La in bright, to satisfy a mort
gage execution fr m Glynn superior court in
favor of.l .J. Lissnor. ITincip I $100.0.'!, besides
interests and costs. Notice of levy given to de
fendants a* required by law.
Also, at the same time and place, that certain
tract, lot. or pa: eel of l and in the city of Bruns
wick, said county and slate, known and identi
fied on the map amt plan 01 said city made by
George K. Baldwin in me year 1*37, as Old
Town lot number c-ixt\--three, bounded on the
north by old Town lot number sixty-two, on
tb ;e:ist by Grant stieet, on the south by Old
Town lot No. r>l, and on the west by Oglethorpe
street. Levied on as the property of W. 11,
Bui roughs and Crovatt and Whitfield, a firm
eompu ed of A. J. Crovalt and Bolling Whit
liol 1, to‘satisfy a mortgage execution issued
from Glynn superior court, in favor of Mrs.
Minna Lissner. I'riucipal being $1,200, interest
to Dec.lxb7, s2b;, attorneys’ Lea $140.00, and
costs. Notice ol levy given tenant in possession
as required by law. This 10th day of December,
Also,at the same time and place, one Iron
safe (Herring & Go. patent;, 5 chairs, 3 desks, 1
table, I letter press and 1 type-writer table;
levied on as the property of A. F. Franklin, to
satisfy an execution issued from the superior
court of said count y in favor of W.B. Berry
and son against said A F. Franklin, as maker,
mid L. K. Gwimi, as endorser. This 10th day of
December, 1*1)7.
Also, at the some time and place, that certain
lot or parcel of land lying ami being in ttie city
of Brunswick, state and comity aforesaid, anu
known and de-crihed upon the map or plan of
said city as the northern one-half (1-2) of Old
Town lot number four-hundred and eight, to
gether with the improvements thereon. Said
pioperiy levied upon as the property of the
trustees of the St. Paul A, M. E. church, under
and by virtue of an rxecutiou issued from the
justice court in and for the 2i>th distvii t, G. M.,
said enmity in favor of L. I*. Pinkney for f27 60,
besides interest ar.d all cost-. Written notice
given to the defenda ts and tenant in peases
-don, as provided by l iw. Levv made ami re
turned to me by 11. Gaskin, constable.
W. 11. Bh lilt IK, Sheriff.
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ory. impotency..doeples-ne:i,etc . lhuhmcl
by Abuse and other Lxcokhw ail Indio*
creiioiiH. T/i 'if I luieklif and t*rt/f/
reel or Lost V ilulity in olu or ycuun. nna
lit u man I'or study, durlhoho or j. -image.
In vent iimauily and (V \*m; ,n iou if
i tali on In thru. ilicir use • I.c.wh innnod Into j’opiovo
j and etrecta a CUIUS where all others fral. In.
>int. upon having tbe :nu/ 10 Ajax Tablets. They
have cured thoi au'U und vJI cure you. Wo give it
jtosit iv> wi itten juarantee to effect u eure in tmcii cane
| or rotund Iho money. i'rica 0Q cents per niu kaue, or
iiz paLknyai (full treatment) for By mull, in
plain ' *pp*r, upon receipt of price. C‘f r-cular froe.
' lor -'.b in Brunswick, Ga., by WI .LIAM
Gold-liHAded can* w mill tiinhrnliftl at
Kermnn Mott’*, Mi#* jev/ei#*r.

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