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are few homeswitkout roum for an
extra table. Through a large purchase I am
*7 jP n *ibled to offer styles and variety at
jv ■ . •* # _
Greatly Reduced Prices!
It'matters not whether youjwant oak or ma
hogany with brass feet. You will see the
fewest and best linejnlßrunswick. .
J. J. LISSNER.
Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, bacon
Grain, Hay and Bran A Specialty
- Brunswick. Ga.
*„ ||f. idem Beel, Pi il Million,
USH VEGETABLES, FRESH GROCERIES
Fresh Eggs From the Country.
Ail sent out nice and clean, ,The best of eve
rything for the model housekeeper.
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CHUE HALL, Proprietor.
You can get the market’affords by eating here,
B. H. GARFIELD,
i C. t ippsti non
Khain, Hay, Flour, Feed,
Grits, Meal, etc.
sl7, sl9 anti s2l. Newcastle.
LOTT & LEWES
Cigar#. Tobacco and Oram. Agerts to,
Celebrated Cuban btix, Fitabugh Let
Howell Cobb, Regalia dal Principt
White Satin and Orange Bio
Corner F and Bay Sta.
E. R. BAKER,
After yearg of experience offers his ser
vices to the people of Brunswick and
Office hours from 8 to 1 and from 2 to 0.
Cfficein Micheleon Block, Glouccester
Digests wfot you eat.
Itartf ficlally digests the food and aids
Kature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach It in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
all other results of irnperfectdigestion.
Prepared by E C. DeWitt a Cos, Chicago.
•W. .1 R utts.
And a few second hand
Wheels for Sale Cheap
B J Olewine
505 Gloucester St.
To increase your milk tupply, feed
Our Special Mixture. Burnett’. Feed
THE BRUNSWICK TIMFS THURSDAY MORNING FEBki’ARY i 1900
MARY M’NlSa BURROUGHS. Kdilor.
Mi,s Hi; Berrie leaves thi* morn
i°K for Savannah, where she will
apend some time the gneat of Mr*.
Ben Honeton, at bar pretty h. me,
Mr#. S. £. Cargyle and daughter,
Mr#. L. A.JFleming, leave in a few
days for Sewanee Spring,,Fla , where
it ia hoped that Mra. Cargyla*# heal l h,
whiob has been quite poor for some
months, will improve.
Miss Ethelyn Downing lain Atlanta
for a short time with friends.
Many friends of Mr. Morris Madden
regret to know that he has been quite
ill for several weeks at hia home, Bay
Miea Lou me Priolean, of Buford, S.
C., is one of Bruns wiok’s most attraot
Miss Imogens Williams leaves this
morning for Savannah, where she will
spend some time with friends.
Mr#. B. M. Lee leaves in a few days
for Tifton, where the will epend some
time benefit of her health.
Many friends regret to know that aba
has beea quite aiok for several weeks
It will interest the many friends of
Miss Fe Symons to know that abe
leaves tomorrow for New York, where
she will spend a number of years, hav
ing her voioe cultivated. She will
study under Prof. Green, who will be
remembered as being tbe able master
who trained Miss Daily Troup’s roloe,
and if, after ao examination, it ia
found that her voice ie suited to euoh
work, Mis, Symons will study to be
oome an opera atnger. During her
stay In N|w York, eba will be the
guest otMti. M.,Troupe, in ber pretty
Mias Amanda Lawrence will spend
next, week the guest oi Mrs. D. D. At
kinson, at her home on Union street.
It is with regret that *very one in
Brunswick who has known and loved
him for many years, learos that Rev.
Henry E. Lucas ia quite ill at the rec
tory, on Kgmont street.
Mise Ethel Akers, of Atlants, bss
decided to remain in Brunswick for a
week or two longer, instead of leaving
at onc, as she expfotrd.
Miae Carrie Tbompaon, of Wasb
mgton, (be attractive guest of Mr*. S
C. Atkinson, ia receiving man; atten
tions frora'tbe friend* ahe made here
several years ago, as the gueet of Mra.
Spencer K. Atkinson, at bar beme on
tne boulevarJ. Mias Tbompaon leaves
next week for Camden count;, where
■be will spend some time before re
The Young Ladies’ Aid Social; of
tbe Baptist ohurcb, Mra. Q. W, Blan
ton, president, Miaa Kate Emery, vice
president, Miss Susie Gale, treasurer,
Miss Katbl°en Morris, secretar;, will
entertain the young people of tbe
“If tk* (Jap Vita Wear It.”
If you are suffering from the conse
quences of impure blood- have boils, pim
ples or scrofula sores; if jour food does not
digest or you suffer from catarrh Cr rheu
matism, you are the one who should take
Hood’s Sarsaparilla. It will fit your case
exactly, make your blood pure and cure
salt-rheum, scrofnla,rheumatism, dyspep
sia, oatarrh, and give you perfect health.
Hood's Pills cars all lirsr Ilia. Non-Irritating.
. Catarrh Cannot B Corad
With local application*, at they cannot reach
the seat of the disease. Catarrh ia a blood or
constitutional disease, and in order to oure it
you mult take infernal remedial. Hall’s Ca
tarrh Cure 1* taken inti mall j, and acts direct
ly oa the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall’s
Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It waa
prescribed by one of the best physicians In this
country for years and is a regular prescription.
It is couponed of the best ionics known, com
bined with the best blood purifiers, noting db
reotly on the mnenus surfaces. Tne perfect
combination of the two ingredients ia what pro
duce* such wonderful results lu curi g Catarrh.
Send for testimonial* free.
F. J. CH' NET ft CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, price 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
oburoh in the Sunday school rooms
this evening, with a most charming
meeting, after which refreshment! will
The following young people enjoyed
a pleasant german Tuesday evening:
Misses Janie Cart well, Caroline Grant,
Louise Prioleau, K-tta MoCuKough,
Bettis Nightingale, Josephine dußig
non, Mamie Waff, Fannie Nightin
gale, Julia Wilder; Mr. and Mra. F.
D. Straeban, Cspt. and Mra. Ben
White; Messrs. Charles Fleming,
Howard Waff, Ed Allen, Maloolm Mo-
Collongb, Howard Smith, T. J. Mc-
Call, K. D. Meader, "Bayard Butte,
Beator Coleman, Morton Mtrye, Geo.
Smith, MilleamNigbtingale, Jennings
M s L'nie Ivtuirg is quite siok at
bar homt on Gloucester street, to the
regret of a large oircle of friends.
Miss Annie O’Connor has been
tsaobing in tbe public schools this
weak for several days, in tbe abseroe
of one or two of tbe teaebers.
Accidents Will Happen.
My father took a severe cold during the
winter weather of last March, and for a
week suffered much pain. Aooidentally I
an across a bottle of Cheney’s Rkpeotor -
ant for which lam very grateful. A few
dosea gave relief.
Henry Miller, St' I’aul Minn.
F. B. Thirkield, health Inspector of Chi
cago, says, “Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cannot
ba recommended too highly. It cured me
of severe dyspepsia.” It digests what you
tat and cures indigestion, heartburn and
a|l forms o( dysppsia. W. J. Butts.
Sh'p N >tioe.
Neither the master, owners or consignees of
the Russian Bark Norden will be re
sponsible for any traded by tbe crew
Of said bark. I.undborg, Master.
Frttt Bits i a< IC'ii b'aias
Quickly cured by Banner B-lvc, the
most healing remedy in tbs world.
W. J. Butts.
Russell’s Chill and Fever
Tonic, every bottle guaran
teed. For sale by W. J.
Butts and I. N, Bishop.
A’ popular price*. The cbeapeat and
beat '.bow of the reason isooming!
Wait for the White Show.
NEWS AND OPINIONS
Daily, by mail, sear
Dally and Sunday, by mail. 18 a year
The Sunday Sun
Is the greatest Sunday news
paper in the world.
Fries 5 Cs&is a Copy, By Kail ll Fer Tear
Address THE SUN, New York.
Maine Grown ’
‘ A \
' ~/; .ii $- .
Pride of the South
and Red Dakotas.
Southern Railway 1 omp ny-
Office General Agent, Brunswick, Ga. J> nuary
I EfferUyo mitnight. Jan. 10th, 1000. tbe sched
ule over the Southern Railway will be as fol
Arrive at Brunswick:—
No. 14,7.80 a. in. From Macon, Atlanta ard tbe
No. Si, 8.40 a. m. From Jesupwllh connections
Lorn the north an J south
No. 34, I.Bft p. m. From Jesup with connections
from the north and south.
Ro. 36,7.00 p, m. from Jesup with connections
from the north and south. *
NO. IS, 9.00 p. m. from Atlanta, ete.
Leave Brunswick :
No. 21,4.80 . m. for Jesup connccllngfor Jack
aonvllle, arrive 9.3S a. m
No, 16,6.10 a. m for Atlanta, ete., for Savannah,
arrive 10.36 a. m.
No: 38,8.4 ft a. as. for S.v nnah, arrive 12.10 p.
m. For Jacksonville.
No. 36,1.06 p. m. for Savannah, arrive 4,< 6 p. m.
ai rive Jacksonville 7:40 p. m.
No. 18,8:80 p. m for Macon, Atlanta, etc. Ar
rive K ivaanab 12 00 night.
C. L. CANDLER. General Agent.
It haa been demonatrated rep-a'edly in
•very state in the Onion nd in many for
eign countries that Chamhe-lain's Cough
Remedy Is a certain preventative Hnd cure
for croup It has become the universal
remedy for that disease M V Flaer, of
Liberty, W. Va., only repeats what has
been said around the globe when he write*.
“I have used Chamberlain's Cough Ren e
dy in my family for several year* and al
ways with perfeot success. We believe it
it not only the best cough remedy, but that
it lea sure cure for croup. It saved the
lives of our children a r umber of times ’
This remedy ia for tale by 1. N BiOrp
Everybody likes good cof
fee, but its hard to get, good
one time and poor the .next
Isn’t that your experience ?
“Seal Brand” and “Our
Blend” wdl please you.
Let me supply you. I
kiow where my coffee comes
fiQm, and it is reliable. If
you like it once, you’ll like
it all the time. It does not
•-! F t .
9 NgWCAWLI w. r*ox u
THE EXQIIMi Clil aTIUNS
Of artistic minds and deft Ungers which
are shown in our d' olay f trimmed hats
and b inneis e -urpassed bv no ithers for
beau'y of rt>ls. qual y o 1 ma erial and
ex’eUen e of work" ftnsolt>, The color®
are del kL Itu-ljf an'i the whole
a-ranv and acoo d'< g to the la'ea' modes
cane tbe va u- ft. ed will pr< ve s tisfac—
MISS KATE SLATER,
604 GLOUCESTER ST.,
BRUNSWICK, - - GEORGIA.
Lewis Dennis. Maiem, ind.. eiys, “Kodol
Dy*pepia (‘ure did mi m >e go id than
anything 1 ever took.” It digests what
you eat ar and cannot lie’p i ut cure dyepep
sia and stomach troubles. W J Butts.
HOW TO GET
A MAN’S $4 00 SHOE
FOR 25 CENTS.
Buy a coupon for 25 cents. For this coupon
and SLOO we issue you a book of four coupons;
sell the four coupons for 2?c each, thereby retting
biicK vour SI 00 Each of those to whom you sell
a coupon brings it to us purchasing a book of four
coupons for themselves. .
When your four coupons have been sent in to us
you can see that have received $4 00 and you
are entitled to a 4 00 pair of fine shoes.
THE PALMER SHOE CO.
BRUNSWICK and lACKSONV U
13:00 Noon Leave Brunswick Arrive 10:00 p. m.
1:10 p.m. Je'yl Island 9: 0 p. m
2:00 p.m. Cumberland 8 :*0 p. m
4:00 p. m. Fernandi- a Leave 0:00 p. m.
■yf i. g,
0:16 p, m. Leave Fornnndlna. Ar i<e 1:10 p. m
7:40 p. m. Arrive Jacksonville Leave 4:11 p. as.
W. M. TUPPER A CO., Gen. A*t.
Effective Jan. Ist. 1900.
Ordi-ra for charts showing new depth- on
Brunswick’s bar will be taken now and filled
Immediately charts are Issued. C. W. Deming
Agent U.S. Coast and Geodetic -urvev. ’Phone
J I. Bevry, Loganton, Pn. writes. '1 am
willing to take my oatn that I was eured
of pneumonia enifrely by the use of One
Minute Cough Cure after doctors failed.
It also cured my children ot whooping
oough." Quickly relieve* and cure*
cough*, colds croup, grippe and thr*a|
and lung troubles. Children all like It.
Mothers endorse It W.J Butts.
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