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BROWN DRUG COMPANY Cash Rebate Druggists. Painter’s Material and Supplies at ACTUAL COST To Close Out That Line. Froat Bite* acd Chilb’aias Quickly cured by Banner Stive, the moat healing remedy in tha world. W. J. Bntta. Our Special Mixture brought a cer tain cow up from two quarts to fifteen quart! in leas than two weeks. Bur nett’s Feed S’ore. BoGtors^. lieccommeml Leibig’s Extract of Malt. It’s a great tonic and health builder. We have lots of it. W J BUTTS, The Druggist. “On the Corner.” FOl'ND— Collarette. Owner can k lure nine by proving, and Qi l1 1 e £ for tbir 1 Office. ' TljJfcdern cure fur fcoaflJpi<..n at..! JSp®fßl||§ c “ Hirer*. pjjggtest See our new line of LADIES’ NECKWEAR just received* Ladies §kicte —x m Flannel Waists, Jackets, Capes, Eiderdown .Jackets L * AT COST, Aevys. THE BRUNSWICK TIMES. Ohapman-Warrsa Cos. Seats are now on *ale for the en gagement of the Chapman-Warren Cos., which begins Friday night of tbia week. The opening attraction will be, “Man and Ilia Maater.” Price* are 10. 25 and 85 cent*. MORPHINE, lOpium, Laudanum, Cocaine Habit. Myself cured. Will inform you of harmless, permanent borne cure. Mart S. Baldwin, Box 1212, Chicago. Advertise In The Tlmea FAIR MEETING AND EASINESS LEAGUE Will Meet At Brobston, Fendig & Ce's Office—Business League “to Be Organized. BRIGHT FUTURE FOR BRUNSWICK. Everysoe Who Ii Interested in Our Futars Welfare Should Not Fail to Be in Attendants. There will be a meating of the Southeastern Fair Association next Monday night at Brobston, Fendig A Co’s, office at which it ie dot: rod to or ganize the Toung Men’s Business League of Brunswick. This a mattar of grsat importance to • vary man wbois interested in Btuns wiok’s growth and should meet the approval of everyone, at no city of any importance is without a Business League. Come out and push the fair and Business League .Monday night, at Brobston, Fendig it Co’s, office at 8 o’clock. “Th* Lin of Gold is Grsat;’’ The loss of health is more. Health is lost by neglecting to keep the blood pure, but is is regained by purifying, enriching and vitalising tiie blood with the great health reotorer, Hood's Sarsaparilla, Thousand* who thought health had been permanent ly lost have been made perfectly well by taking this great medicine. Your experi ence may be the same. Bead’s Pills ere gentle yet always effective. ** fj, %.i • >j,r Juat reived, a .lot-*J nice half grown chiokens. G.>ing vary fait. ’l’bune us at once, before too lata. Ifarper’a. ’Phone 108. Oortoa's Minitrili. Tbursday, Feb. 18, Qorton’s Famous New Orleans Minetrelr, the oldest and one of the beat white minstrel* on the road, will appear at the opera borne. Some of|tbeir olaims to excellence are more refinement, high class acts and new features, nothing bordering on the coarse and vulgar. Gorton’s Grand Solo Band will give two oon corte, and a matchless street parade will be given at noon. Seats go on sale Monday. Prices are only 2fi, 35, 50 and 70 oents . W. L. Yancey, Paducah, Ky. writes, “X had a severe case of kiduey disease and three of the best physicians in southern Kentucky treated me without success. I was induced to try Foley’s Kidney Cure. The first bottle gave immediate relief and three bottleecured me permanently. I gladly reoommend this wonderful remedy. W. J. Butte. Edward Thomson is an eminent lawyer-preacher who has done much for .Sunday Reform.—Memphis (Tenn) Commercial. Russell’s Chill and Fever Tonic ' is acknowledged to he the Best on the market every bottle guaranteed. For sale by W, J. Butts and I’. N. Bishop. eeo, Barbee, Mendota. Va., saye, ‘-Noth ing did me so much good as Kodol ,I>ys pepsia Cure. One dose relieved me, a few bottlee cured me.” it digests what you eat and always cures dyspepsia. W. j. Butts. BMJNSWIOE GA. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9 1900 MISTING OF COUNCIL. The Board •( A’dsrmsn Meet io Regular StisUn aid Traniaotßantiie Baaiieii. Ltit night all tbe mimbera of oouu oil wire present except the three Aldermen Branham, Briemiok and Bloodwortb, and epeedily die patchedgtbe following work: PETITIONS AND COMMUNICA TIONS. Prom Mrs. S, Watkins, aaking that council reconsider lta action in mak ing licenae on junk dealer!, dealing in metal*. $500.00 per annum, eto., re ferred to License committee. From Cyrus Hick*, asking to have amount of taxes paid on town com' mona lot. No. 101, between (Jordon and Jobneon atreete, refunded, ac count making erroneous retarns, ate , referred to Committee on Taxes and Revenues. From Otto Jubannenaen, offering 200 of bia shipping reoord pamphlet* to council for $BO.OO, Motion that 100 oopies be bought at $15.00, carried. From Itumaine McCullough, asking permit to wooden bailding on old town Bay lo| No. 31, for blaok smitb shop, referred to Committee on Building Permits, with power to aot. Reynolds, aaking to erect a one storg frame building on new town lot No. 1011, granted. The ordinance amending the Sewer age ordinance in regard to fees, was plaoed upen it's seoond and third read ings, and passed. Ob, Mr. Harper does keep sueh nice freeh eggs-and you will always And his pricss to b* the lowset. IN BUYING Sllterware you should eierclse a little Juilgmont. Hmeml>er, all ti not gold that glitters; and some dialers are willing to handle Inte rior goods that look “Just as nice,’ hut they wont stand any wear. Yon can find the trade mark of erery. reputable manufacturer of ailterwarr stamped on our goods and the prices are just as reason able in proportion to the quality of the goods we beep. Call and look; yon are welcome KENNON MOTT, JEWELER 215 NEWCASTLE STREET. jQfr Time by wire daily from Washington. O/Mcial inspector of watches for So. Jty JAMEB TOUNGL Visits |the Glynn Oeaaty Academy on Mansleld Strut. Yesterday at noon, to tba delight and pleasure of four huodrad pupils of th Mansfield street school, Mr. James Young, tbs refined and poliabad aotor, delivered an addrais at 12 o’elook noon, on “Tba Lift and Char acter of Lord Byron,” giving a naw view of tba charaatar of the famoas poat. Tba apaakar kapt bia listener* highly Interested throughout tba de livery of his rsmark*. He followed same with striking rendition* of sev eral of the best poems of Byron. Re sides the soboolchildren, fifteen teach ers and about fifty visitors shared In the Intellectual treat. If you have catarrh, rheumatism or dys pepsia, take Hood’s Sarsaparilla and be cured as thousands of others have been. 1 have lots of nice things to tell you about, bnt am talking nothing except fresh country eggs today. Only 140. per dozen. Harper. ’Cbooe 163. TAYLOR WILL HAVE TO SIGN The End Of Kentucky’s Polit'- ioal Troubles Now in Sight. FUNERAL OF GOVERNOR GOEBEL. 7,000 People Present To Pay tk* Last Tribute Te Kentucky’s Governor — Ssrvieei at Hotel aai Cemetery . Frankfort, Fab. B.—Governor Tay lor annoenoed this morning that he bad taken no action regarding the Louisville agreement and did not know whather be would do ao tonight or not. He liaid there were' aome thing* ha desired to consider further, and it would be some time before be deolded the best thing to do. Not withstanding the delay in signing the agreement the opinion is still general that with some modification* it will ba accepted in the near future, possi bly by tbp end of the week. Word wa • sent to democratic members last night that those desiring to attend the fu neral of Mr. Goebel would be in no danger from arrest by the soldiers and being taken to London for attendance •n the legislature. Many oame back for the funeral, but will leave at soon as the funeral is over, uuleis Taylor signs the agreement. Goebel’s body lay In state all of last night, with only a few guards around tbe door, and very few people passed through .the "parlor after 8 o’elook. This morning the ;crowd was evqa, greater than that of yesterday. By 7 o’clock there waa a stream of people peering through tha room in whiob the body lay. At 11 o’olaok the formation of the parade began. On Wapplng atieat, beaded by a platoon of police, gather ed the members of the oity council, of ficials and Grand Marshal Murray, with a dozen mounted aides. On Seo ond street gathered the numerous lo •al eaeiatlas aad organizations of citi zens on foot in grsat numbers and be hind tb*s*,oarriages in a long raw,and last of all hundreds of men ou horse back. Tha parade moved to Broadway and than wheeled past the capitol ground*. Thia wai the paint where trouble wai expected during the day. Strict orders were lesued regarding the conduct of the aeldiara and they have obey ad them to tha letter. Word was also passed around among demo* oratio partisan* that no matter what ooourred they wars to create no dis turbance and to commit no aota whiob might lead to retaliation on the part of the troops. The pararls turned south to past the Capital hotel, where tha hearse and the dead goveraor ware waiting. Simple services had already been conducted in the parlor of the hotel, consisting of short soripture reading by Dr. Taliaferro of tha Meth odist ohuroh, a solo by Mrs. Jessie 15 Caldwell of Covington, and prayer by Ur. Schmitt. These had bean for the friends and immediate relatival of the family. The ceremonies at the oeme tery proper were on a much larger scale and war* intended for the people at large. Seven tboueand people were present. Senator Blackburn delivered the principal oration . He was follow ed by other prominent democrats. BRUNSWICK BOOK COMPANY New Store. NEWCASTLE AND MONK STS. Wright Building. IMPORTANT TO TEACHERS AND PUPILS. Th* Vafoiaatien Rules and Regulations Hereafter Mor# Stringent. Beginning at once, all teaohera and pupil* of the public schools will be re quired to show oertifloates of vaoeina tion, or other sigus denoting immuni ty from small pox. The following no tice from Supt, Orr explains itsalf: Tbe Board of Education of Glynn oeunty direot* me to require a certifi cate of vaooination from each teacher and eaob pupil in tbe publlo sohools of the oity and county. In tbe oity sohools, these oertilloates must be pre sented by Monday, Feb. 12tb, and In ttre cpnnty eohools, by Thursday, Feb. 15th . Raoh certificate must be signed by a physician in good standing, and must state that tbe person offering it has a good soar less than three year* old, or has been successfully vacoina Owing to the inclemency of the weather, we will continue our “White Goods Sale” the entire weeK. KAISER BROS., TUI OLD RELIABLE. PRICE FIVE CENTS ted by tbe physician signing it. All who refuse to give these certifi cates, or who stay away frem eohool to avoid giving them, will be reported to the authorities. G. J. Orr, Sept. School*. That la just what 1 said—egge only Ho. per dozen at Harper’s. ’Phonfi 188. WANTED—A place santrally lo cated to board by a lady in a private family. Address “B,” 112 Lee St. WANTED.—With nice family, a oouple of furnished rooms,suitable for light lifluse-keeping. No ohiidren. ' Apply at Tune* office. / I have lots of fresh country eggs, going at 140. per doien. Am looking for the price to fall in a few day*. If it doea, yon will get the benefit. Har per. ’Phone 158.