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VOLUME 9; NO. 298.
Don’t Get the idea that this is a high price store be cause of its all-round tirst-dassness. Put your hat on and stroll down this way and take a real good 'ook through the place, then go away with a detinite idea of what it is that gives cautious and careful peo ple so much confidence in the store. It’s all as simple as a shoehorn. We are particular in everything. We buy the best drugs we can find and dispense them properly. *Brown^ Company, 'M THE COMMANCHE ARRIVES K pgMt C ! ydt Lm StfmerCme in by % Expr>u YeotoriUy. ■ Clerk Budct was made very by being presented >Wganl oil pat ntmg of one of /lie Glyf|nplare#t, fastest and moat plfegant ftij!.-*Va, the Commanohe, tk/lerk TratHe Manager Blim. Q. Eger, Line, turn# Mine ago alE|gjfor a pieturo with which to adorn the walls of the city hajifc, Mr. Egar impniptly replied "XjMi'J -' r huf that he would foe the clerk. Mr. Bodet was happy by the arrival of (he picHl yeaterday. It ia an elegant oil paint ing of the "Cdmtnancbr,” handsomely framed, so j ump..-r stra’ea fti*liberality of 'bis enMri*v|; *. ik mg line. DR. BURROUGHS GOES TO ATLANTA Hi is an Important Member of 'ha Stats Commit'te. f> r , W. II Burroughs l® been named as one of the two mefflbera of ttie state fair commit'w from the Eleventh district. He lias also been assigned to an important place In committee work, that on exhibit* and premiums. A meeting of this committee has been called to convene in Atlanta today and Dr. Burroughs lefr last night for the Gate City He has been a member of the state fair executive committees for years, and ■bis well known familiarity witn the Bvork makes him a vatnabfe addition ■to the present one. Slaughter Sale! % Lames Goodyear Welt Shoes SLOO and SLS quality. Toes* too narrow to lie very stylish, hut good wear in them all. Sizes from Ito f. Slaughter pri?,e, $1.65. % Goods not charged at this price. . LEVY’S. - THE BRUNSWICK TIMES, JENNINGS BUTTS FINDS HIS DOG. I Bow an Advertisement in The Times Did Good Work. Several days ago Mr . W, Jennings | Butte, the popular druggist, lost a mtil but valuable dog. He was very much worried over the lose and as days passed without news from it, his anxiety increased. Yesterday Mr. Butts informed The Times that au ad he placed in its columns caused him to find Ins lost pet. He says that a man was sitting on a log at s oroaatie camp 9 miles from ■brunswick and 3 miles from a public Riff, smoking his pipe and reading n ■Why of I'ha Times. He read the lost remembered having seen" thf Anine. Securing it the reader of L oam* to y the animal and on being TTOerally rewarded, returned home a happy man. TELEPHONE RATES. What is Ohargvd for Messages to Othsr Oiti s. It. now costs fifty oent* to telephone Savannah, either night or day messa ges. Timelimit is plane I at three minutes under this charge with fifteen cents fur each additional ininn'e used . To telephone to Jaoksoville, either night or day, a eharge of sixty eents for three minutes is made,with twenty cents for each additional minute. The old night rate of twenty live cents has been taken off' .The service ran- - ' dered over these lines by the Southern Bell Telephone company is excellent,, and Manger Haley is giving splendid satisfaction to 'h* patrons. BRUNSWICK GA„ F IDAY MORNING MARCH 3, 1899. ini Aid 11. . V # Brunswick’s Public Building Is Now An Assured Fact SO WIRES' CONGRESSMAN BRANTLEY. The Telegram lWeived by Mayor Atkia&n Yesterday Removes am Chances For Doubt as -fp the Ap propriation For This Great Hunt. / 77- President McKinley has signed the public building for Brunswick, and it is now a law. This good news came to Brunswick ygstfrday from Con gressman Brantley to The telegram reads: <t Washington, 1). 0., Marehlld., 1899. Mayor 1). 1). Atkinson, Brunswick, Georgia. •••;' The President today approved tj® Ablic build ing bill for Brunswick and it is now a Tjw. W. G. TBFY. . money which is now available, $50,000, will be increased and Brunswick will get a mag nificent building before work ceases. CAPTAIN BJONNESB Well Known Trader Hore Wash'd Overboard During a Hurrioane* The Norwegian bark G. T. M&rbitx, which sailed from Imre .1 for lilaogow, arrived at her destina tion February 27tb. On February 10th in lat. 60, long, 37., Captain Bjonnes was washed overboard and lost during a hurricane. Captain Bjcntiess was b irn in Tansberg, ig 53 years old *and leaves a wife and children. He was known well and favorably to the shipping community of Bruns wick and universal regret was ex pressed by them yesteiday when the move of his sad end reached here. INSPECTORS ARE PLEASED With the Good Work Don# On Stoamer City of Macon. Messrs. Lee and Fitzgerald, etearn boat inspectors, were in Brunswick yesterdry and inspected the hulls mSB boilers of the steamer City of Macon. They pronounce her condition ex cellent and say that the work recently done on her has made '.he vessel much belter than ever before. This is high praise for Contractor Ward and the Bay Iron Works, who have had the re-buiidirg of the City of Macon since her disaster on the ronte between here aud Darien some months ago. The steamer will be on the regular run between Brunswick and Macon, within two weeks, stopping at inter mediate points along the river. Southern Mattress Compamy. The Southern Mattress company which hag an ad. in this issue, can pro duce splendid endorsements of their work from some of the most reputable citizens of Brunswick, They are ex pert at packing furniture, laying car pets and matting and doing all kinds of work in that line. COLUMBIA OHAINLESS 1899 Be&u’iss Handled by ths Downing Company Through Mr. Tait. The Columbia chainless for 1899 and other bicycles representative W .. , „ miineroiiHl ; I Jpfffr mmafa. i m&m the DiivE ’ ’f : R Ij i heir -pleTTdWpm^ Tins make of w recognized an nisi.i)*||; faction in every wayT The popular ity of the wheel is bpaymesN-d by time fact firm "" n r m : *.? limrry is run - ding lu&lmn out of I lie and three'sliifts of men are kept constantly turning out the various parts. Each years business seems to dou ble the one previous, and the model bicycles manufactured are now very where. * Slsotrioal Oontrao'or. Mr. John H. Hoook, Jr,, electrical contractor, formerly of Atlanta, has opened headquarters at the Ogle thorpe Hotel and will become a per manent resident of BruuswKfk. Mr. Soock is a young man of that push aod energy characteristic of all At lantians. He comes to Brunswick with letters recommending him high ly m every way and by men promi nent in Atlanta, his former home. He to do electrical work of every description and will call upon Brunswickians for a share of their patronago. Lost. An Overland wheel, without name plate. Sear lire is made of hose pipe, front double tube, Finder will be re warded by returning to this office. SCHOOL TEACHERS GIT MONEY TODAY. The Board of Education Is Now Meeting Its Obligations Promptly. INPORTANT MEETING YESTERDAY- Cheokß Signed by President Pro tem Atkin son In the Absonoe of President Brob ston. Board Did Good Work. The school teaohers of Glynn will get their hard earned mouey today. The hoard of education met yesterday and after receiving statements from Commissioner Burroughs and Super intendent Orr, it was decided to draw checks at once and hand them to the teachers today. ■i—TMPffT-n * k of the board sent them to Mayor At kinson, president pro tem to sign also. This was made neoessary by the ab senoe of President Brobston, who is now in New York on a business trip. In vie v (# a question of law that has arisen, as to who is the proper You Take No Risk When you buy a fountain pen from us—We oarry the very best makes and guarantee them to give entire satisfaction in everyway ,-tVrey ewW for wn> I--—- lar and as high as six dollars Gall on us for anything in jewelry We lead in repairing • . KENNON MOTT, Jeweler, 215 Newcaetle St. wire daily from Wnnliington. Official uatclicrt for Soiitliein Kail j^Vniy. S&&S(jll|§jiy(oh*r ihe money KIT be disbursed this month l>y County Treasurer Lee. Two ggceipts will be taken, one by Commissioner burroughs anil the other by Treisurer Lee. The hoard has done good work in arranging its linanoes so that the teachers can be paid regularly, and they will appreci ate it. Something Worth Seeing. The educated dogs and ponies which are to exhibit in this oity under a tent on Newcastle Nt„ Thursday March 9, allernoot} at 2:80 und mglit at 8. They are thoroughly worth seeing. Prof. Sentry is said to possess the most vain able collection of dogs and ponies in the world. They are famous for both their beauty and intelligence. There are over one hundred superb speci mens of various kinds in the collec tion, all of which have been selected for their beauty, and Prof. Gentry has succeeded in educating the entire number to a wonderful degree of in telligence. The exhibition is especial ly attractive to ladies and children. The prices of admission are, children lScts., adults 25ots. For Croup use CHENEY’S EXPECTORANT. Attention! miiuiifuiiu iramfttuttmtmtiimu Rogers’ Silverware, “1847” brand, the world’s standard, 9 POCKET kn!ycs.<^_ Centaur make. New stock. iHUIHitHiiH K UimtllllUttliillffti Brunswick Book Company. Telephone 105 Mr MISS TAYLOR TO WED. Formir R-siflent of Brunswiok Will Marry in Wayoross. Invitations reading as follows were received in Brnnswick yesterday : Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Bibb requests your presence at the marriage of their daughter M yra Taylor to J . A. Farr's, Wednesday eve. March twentjWecoiid at seven-thirty o’clock, at their residence, Tebeau Ht., Wayoross, Ga. Miss Taylor formerly lived in Brunswick and was very popular here, Her father, the late Henry C, Taylor, was well known, and the young lady has many friends who wi'slN'he you n g~coii; ness. Mr. Farris is a rising young busi ness man and has the best wishes of a host of friends. Mr. W. F. Combs, the-Well known Siuthern railroad man, is a guest of the Oglethorpe, Be sure you get The Sunday j Times. Uncle Josh will be in it. * Kaiser’s Showing This Week. *v 1 ,-va-v-n-w-' v/v->%/V' '''X/'-'v.-xxx/v The very swellest conceptions of this season s styles in Ladies Shirt Waist sand Neckwear The new goods lor spring are coming in rapidly. Every novelty may bp found here soon after its appearance in New York. Liberty Silk Fronts in all colors. Hemstitched China Silk Ties, Two yards long 1-4 yard wide, black and all colors. Mouseline De Soie Ties, 2 yards long and 1-4 yard wide. All the leading shades for this season. The ver\ latest in SilK Capes, Satin and Silk Waist’s just received. Call and get posted on the newest ideas ol Ladies Neckwear. See our exclusive patterns in Ladies shirt waist. Kaiser’s. PRICE FIVE CE'T A NEW RAILROAD LINE. One Rumored to be on Tap.’u Between Brunswick and Albany. It is understood here that a charter will be applied for at once for the railroad from Brunswick to Albany via OGerman on t lie I‘ialit System and Nichols on the Wayoross Air Line. Parties interested intend going to work immediately on ths construction of the road, and the present road from Offerman in the direction of Nichols, owned by the Southern Pine Company of Georgia, will form a link in the new road. Thirty miles of the line is in operation . New York and Sav annah capitalists are in the deal. Attorneys Form Partnership. Mr. A . 1., franklin and Mr, J, T. Colson have formed a copartnership for the practice of law in this and other counties of the state. Both of these gentlemen have many friends who will be interested in their firm and wish for it success. .— Uncle Josh will appear to the local reading public for the first time in Sunday’s Times. Don’t miss him.