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BROWN DRUG COMPANY,
Leading and Up To Date Druggists, Set the pace and lead the procession for others to follow. Inaugurators of Midnight Service and tirohestran Concerts. Largest and Host Selected Stock, Purest Drugs Obtainable, Compounded by TWO of the Most Competent PRESCRIPTION I STS in the Whole South, One Always at Your Command. Wa Have the Best ot Everything, Paints, Oils, Alabastine and Everything in Painters’ Supplies. The Rest (if Goods, Best of Service, Cash Rebate Checks, Keys to Cash Money Box, Offering an Opportunityito Obtain $20.00 as a Gift, and Concert Music, Av. I—l THIS AT BRO W N’S, Resides the handsomest Soda Fountain and the most delicious of beverages dispensed by the most genial and popular of “Good Fellows.” Ask for a Menu Card —. Daily Orchestran Concert at 4 O’clock. We have been so well pleased with t|jp death of General Promiscuous Credit, which occurred at our st # ore thirty days ago, that we are making arrangements for the cremation of his remains. BROWN DRUG COMPANY, “THE PACE SETTERS 99 Ice Cream, Ice CreamJSo,da Milk Shakes, Soda'Water, Wine Cocoa. Full Lins of Cigars and Tobacco Freih Fruit* and'.Coufectionenei. ELI- -MSS] MATO,! •308* Newcastle Street BninswicK Ink l Tiusi Cos. INCORPORATED 1889. 305 ; Newcastle : Street. We do a general banking business as well as a Savings Department. Sav ings depositors are paid 1 per cent interest, compounded quarter!*. We solicit business, and promise ir cus tomers courtesy, promptness, and ns liberal treatment as conservative management will warrant. FRANK. I). AIKKK. I'resldent. H. H. RAYMOND, Vice President. H. W, GALE, t astier. For Bladder troubles use STUART’S GIN and BU CHU. Bicycles. Bicycles. B. J. Olewine, 505 Glou cester St. Renting repairing and sundries. Finest rent wheels, and the best equijyed shop for repaiking bicycles in Georgia. Up-to-date sun dries. Firstclass messenger service. ’Rhone Is 4. J. IT LOTT. WHOLES A LE GROCER. l igars, and Grain. ' Agents fn, I'elebratedflLban Ktix, Fitzkugh bee, Howell Cobb, Regalia del Principe Cigars. Pearl Duet Flour—Unequaled 228 and 230 - Bay#St. We Garry One of The Largest Stocks Of whiskies, wines, brandies, etc., in Brunswick, or South east Georgia. We buy in large quantities—therefore have the igjide on prices. We can till every order, because we have every line of goods known to the trade. The purest products of the still and vineyard. Our specials—Murray Hill Club, Lewis’ 66, Carstair’s Invincible, Famous Yel lowstone. Also handle complete line of straight whiskies. Jug orders £ specialty. We pay special attention to the jug trade. Prompt attention given to all orders. Agent for the Acme Brewing Comoany. R V, Douglas, 2p<s - Bay St- .Envelopes. Bilijtieads, Letter Heads, Statements, and in fact anything in the job printing line at the Times job Office CK """ John 11. Soock, Jr., ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR. Headquarters at Oglethorpe Hotel, r. O. Box, 202. Electrical work of every de scription. Brunswick, - - Ga. ALL EYES FITTED WITH SIPS FAMOUS GLASSES AT JOERGER’3 PHARMACY, Opp. Oglethorpe Hotel, Brunswick. Southern-Mattress-Co. Has Removed 409 EG MON STREET. Information given on ap plication. I WEISS Successor to Isadore Meyer, New castle street, next to Clark's Bar ber Shop. Finest stock of TOBACCO, CIGARS AND PIPES. To be found in the city. Agent for Texie Cigars, the linest 5c cigar on earth. J. M. BURNETT, p—SiroCSSOE TO— u J. Diilon oiid c. iv. ipparo i son. Grain, Hay, Flour, Feed, Grits, Meal, etc. sl7, 319 and s2l, Newcastle. THE BRUNSWICK MORNING JUNfc 6 1899. AMONfI THE SCHOOLS. Notes of the Closing Days With the Honor Rolls. V In the Primary School, all of the little children have done faithful work the year past and nearly all have bee* promoted to higher grades. There were no honors given In this •chool,hut many high averages made. Follow ing Is the program of closing society meet ing, held a few daysag>, at the school Recitation—Li zzit; Brad well. m Recitation—Velwen Turner. Recitation Ruth Greenfield Recitation—Lid a Currier. Recitation—Josephine Lowe Concert Recitation Rouioua Kay, Ethel Brown* Carrie Leviaon, Minnie Selig, Laurie Traylor, Jennie May Puckett, Recitation—Clarence Elkin, Recitation—Hazel Pray. Recitation—Florence Davis. Recitation—Kohhie Dart. Recitation Etila Harvey, Song—Olivia Kay. Recitation—Helen Baumgartner, Recitation—Nathan Weller. Recitation May Satterthwaite. Recitation—Bcrnai and Hai ris. Recitation - Sarah Verdery. Song—The Newsboyf’ Chorus, in the Grammar School, for regular Attend ance, good deportment, and good recitations, diplomas of honor were awarded for the years 1998 99 to the following bright little folks. First Grade, l>oyß, first honor, John Holtzen doilT,second honor, Kenneth Ammons. Girls first honor, Mary Spears, second honor, Fannie Mason. Second Grade A, boys, first honor Frank Atkinson, girls, first honor, Lily Dale (Jouto second honor, Katharine Franklyn. Second tirade B. boy#, first honor Mahlon Kirch, second honor Orien Henderson, girls, first honor, Maud Hegul, second honor, Kate Segui: Ail parties holding keys to KLONDIKE CASH BOX are requested to call and try same Monday. You may be the lucky one. ' KEANY & BAILEY, TEE WPULAR GROCERS. Third Grade, boys, first honor, James Osbone, second honor, Gua Orr,girls, ilrat honor, Vivien Kay, second honor, Irma Bimpoii. Fourth Grade,hoys, first honor, Irving Krauss girls, first honor, Ella Kxtrowieh ,eecond honor Miriam Wood. in Hie high school, diplomas of honor were also given and those receiving them were: Second Grade, first honor Annie Kxtrowieh, second houor iiussfe Dixon. Third Grade, (list honor, Janie .Symons, second honor, Kdua and Edith Ferguson. Fourth Grade, first honor, Fannin Syimus. In the Fifth Grade there were no liouorsgiven The Salutatory was given by Miss Leslie Butts, the Valedictory by Mias Harriet Itiugham and M iss Frances Wrench. PKI.PAKATOKY Mias Bi ll IK AI.KXiNUKtI PRINCIPAL First Grade A,taught y Miss Reta McKinnon: Mini Orr, Jack Baumgartner, Burk Symmes Raymond Tor ms, Andrew Southard, Fairchild Coney, Julius Houdcrtou, Willie Cornell, Maggie Leo Skipper, Alice Tankeraley. First Grade B, taught by Miss Julia W ilder, Johnnie Davis Damon Lewis, Willie James Led ley Syir met, C'ayton Wood, llarry Begui, ( Rudy Baumgartner, Robert Houthard, Rarnoud Kay, Carrie Leviaon, Jennie Pucket, Minni> Selig. Helen Baumgartner, Mary Martin,Lauife Traylor, Mattie Brown. Second Grade, taught by Miss Lizzie Doming: Maud Headley, Ethel La than, Blanche Mc- Donald, Bessie Scarlet, Millie feilvWSffeu,Rich mond Taylor, Sara Verdery, Martha Lowen stein, Florence Davis, Golden Btacy, Glynn Robinson, Marion Moore, Herman Goette, Francis Mason, Gordon Taylor. Newton Knud son, Jim Minuehan. Third Grade, taught by Miss Bottle Alexan der; Mi mile Goldstein, Mary James, Olivia Kay Drucebia Kendrick, Amite Laurie Lowe, Haxle Pray, Mary Sutterthwsite, Mast lie Traylor, Sumpter Miller, Mayer Weinstein, Frederick Stuart. (in am m hit School, Mr. J. W. GRfWfiTii* , Principal. First Grade, Miss A lie* Wrench, leather; Mary Spears, Fannie Mason Maud Elliot, Irene Baumgartner, Lula Stacy, Anna May H erf el, Stella Wentz, Stella Thompson, Ken noth Ammons, John Holtzendrof, Walter Na than, Olaf Totals, George Drlwotth, Norris Gann, Tom Stacy, Joe ( oakley,Hugh Bauingart net Mattie Ferguson. Second tirade A, Mias Mary Bingham, teach or; Maggie Davis, Kathleen Franklyn, Lilly Dale Gonto. Second Grade B, Mists Rowena Grilfie, teach er; Leonard Taylor, Friiz Goette, O.en Hen derson, Ivey Daniels, Kate Segui, Palmer Brown, Maud Segnl, Mahlon Birch, Raymoni Kay, Frygivo Tobias, Morner Tait, Edna Smith. Third Grade, Miss Katie O'Connor teacher: Janie Dart, Laura Jones, Vivien Kay, Nellie Kinnor, Elise McDonald,'Ophelia Gibson, Josie Rodrcgiiiz, Irma Himpadn, Cleveland Abbot, Henry Cook, llarry Everett, McDonald Harley, Bertram Kaufman, James Osborne, Gus Orr, Clifford KaiTo, Newton Waiker, Marcy Mason. Fourth Grade, Mr. J. W. Griffeth teacher: Rurford Coney, Hugh Cook, Walter Kdenfield, living Kraus#, Lottie Baumgartner, Diana Briggs, Emma Cornell, Kebbecca Davis, Etta Kxtrowieh, Jteaaie McCrary, Miriam Wood, Claire Miller, Maud Hoodenpyie. High school Mr. G,J Oku, Tkimcikal. First Grade, Miss Lula Colesberry. teacher. Della Black. Second Grade, Mrs M, L. Parker teacher. Annie ■xtrowioh, Sadie Ferguson, Julia Mor gan, Guseie Dixon, jr*" Third Grade, Miss Lula Colesbery teaubuf . Kdith Thiot, Edna Ferguson, Edith tforgu- on. Leonide Courier, Janie Symons. Fourth Grade, Mrs. M. L Parker, teacher: Frances By mines. Fifth Grade, \lffo. J. Orr teacher : Frances W ranch, Hattie Bingham, Leslie Butts, Lydia Jeffers, Annie 801 l Tabbot,Annie Bailey, Amelia Segui, Arthur Russell. Society, i Alis, YVilmcr Wood let on last week’s Mallory steamer for New York, where she .will spend the sum uier the ifiieat of her unt, Mrs’ Johtf.Hparrnw, who has a pretty home there, Mrs, Sparrow is remembered by a host of Brunswick friends as Miss Mnud Boetwick. , *** Mrs. L. B. Day and children, Mias Lois and Master Harry leave tomor row for St. Simon Island, whore they will spend a month or two tenting near the pier, ,* Master Raymond Rsffo left a few days ago for New York , where lie will apend several weeks on the Hudson. *.* Many friends of Misa Bertie Blair regret to know that she is still quite sick at the home of AVrs. Massey, on Reynolds street. *** Dr. Hugh Burford has returned from a pleasant trip to Dinvi le, Va *.* Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Aiken and children leave today for St, Simon, to spend eeveral weeks in their cottage. * . * Master Ford Fuller has returned from a pleasant visit to Jacksonville, Florida . •** Miss May Berrie is receiving many attentions, the freest of Miss Lily Payne, at her home in Darien. *.* The Ala tonic banqupt last evening was one of the most elegant affairs ever Riven in Brunswick. A large number of Masons and their lady friends were present, and a most en joyable evening passed by all, *.* The ladies of the Manse Circle of the Presbyterian church will (five a very enjoyable entertainment shortly, which will help to pay off tlie church debt. Already a good deal of money has been raised towards that end, and the ladies are to be congratulated on their success. *. The .Sam Jones lecture this evening Knows that the Peerless Remedy for Diseases of the Liver, Kidneys and Bladder is Or. J. H. McLEAN’S ■ LIVER sac KIDNEY BALM.... It has Cured Thousands of Des perate Cases* Try It. PRICE, SI.OO PER BOTTLE. ! VOBIALIUT VV . .T . BUTTS, the promises to he one of the greatest treats Brunswick Lhh had in a long •irae. Everybody will be there, and tiom present indications, standing .oorn will be at a premium. %* Mish Lizzie Demi hr tins been con fined to hor room several days by ill ness. *** Mr. Ed Cheney, complimentary to her after noon dancing class, gave lint most amusing ami '*n joy able tacky parly .Saturday afternoon that hasuvor boon given in Brunswick, Between fifty and sixty little fjlks, in costumes ridiou ’ous, gathered in the Rifieiueiis armory, and hucli a gay time us they bail f**r several hours The cake walk, the most laughable feature of the occasion, was splendid and each comical little pair went through their part excellently Truly Mrs. heney deserves every word of praise that can be bestowed upon her, for the graceful way in which sin* has taught her larger las#to •*trip Uio light fantastic toe.” Among ice indict, who acted ;ih judges for l lie cakewalk 'cut Mrs Job u Green, Mrs. I*. Goodyear, Mr*. A 11. Raymond, Mrs. Hyl Jennings and others •ad the re nit, uft.fic.ir decision was that Miss ell Atkinson, an audaciously tacky little ob jt, with her golden hair tucked up and turn lug down, and a costume of many colors, was fartled an immense cake, and Master Young <utb ird,equally lidlculoun Urol tacky, and a .enuiue cuke walk .lan* or wa* awarded the cake among the boys, a number of little fancy . nicc.ru wore next on i.lie progi am. who wore O i*cttod with great anplu mo, and thou all join s' ad in the (lam*tj,tmi to the tune of u;3rry mimic >pent a happy hour or two on the nmooth lloor. Alt the little folk# pro * nt, pupifn and gueete, -vere served re freshmen in by Mrs. Cheney, and the afternoon wan one of happy pleasure to all Congressman Brantley is in Blank shear visiting his folks anil will re urn to this city about Thursday. SHIPPING REPOST. Corrected Daily by Cr.pt. Otto Jet annesen. For survey chart. Cn?>. ( 'ots. tide tallies and other pubffeatioo ■■ of toe United State, oe.vn anu fc.-t.Jctie surveys, apply to C. VV. D- <r>ing Times oftii e Port of Brunswick, Juno 3. '399. xr.mvjEn SS Colorado, Risk, NfV Y<'rk. Scb Florence R'.ndaU, Wdsod, Da rien Noli. Aetna, Chiproac, Havana ISfilliT Real Estate Agents* LOOK IIKRK 32,000 acres bargain pine land, well Umbered, in south Florid:', F C & P. road running through it. No timber been out off land at 00 per sore. One fourth cash, balance u; 1. 2 and 3 payments to suit. One stock farm 1,500 acres, $3,000. 250 head of cattle SB,OO per head. Al together or land without stock. Good houses for rent iu city. ThTmurrayT P actical Sign Write and Paper Hanger, 213 Grant St. Cumberland Route, STEAMERS DAILY EXCEPT 5 UN3AY* (In each direction.) Fernandix a L.ce. .South bound Northbound 8:00 a. in. Lv Brunswick Ar, r>;3(.i p. m, 9:oO a. m. Ar.. ...Jekvl island 4:30 a, ni. 10:00 a. in. Ar Cnirßorland.... Lv. p. m. 12:00 m. Ar... Feruan Jina . .Lv. 1 ;)J0 p. ni. Jpckao*’Vilie 9:ir> p. m. Ar (F. (J A P L/. 8:oO a. m. Cumberland Route Sp^ci- 1 3c*/edul. Commencing Sunday, Mey SWtb. Lv Brunswick ... lKi#n 2 00pm Ar St Simon Pier .10 fit* a ui 3 00 pm Lv St Simon Pier 12 uO n’r 5 JO p in At Brunswick i CO p ir 6 00 p in W. M. .TUPPER * CO-, Genial Agents BTunsvTck, Ci a. i oim mm, Cor. Gloucester and dvletii 'po Sts. A. rAI.EVEL/A, - - Proprietor. Elegant mea.s served on short no tice. Cuisine the best. 3j scial or ders given prompt attention. Nice furnished rooms for lodae.s. SPECIAL KATES FOK .SEOULAE MEALS.