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G. M’GARVEY, 213 Newcastle St'. - - - Brunswick, Ga Synopsis of Household Goods, Bedding, Stoves, Trunks, Golden Oak Chamber Suites, * Golden Oak Side Boards, Hall Karnes, Chiffonieres, Parlor Tables, Diniog Tables, Kitchen Safes, Matting and Art Squares From Kensington'. CHRIS ARNHEITER, DEALER iN wHm wesleni Beef. PoiK oii Hi. '' FItICSH rOIXTKV." FRESH VEGETABLES, FRFSH GROCERIES Fresh Eggs From the Country. All goods sent out nice and clean, The best of eve rything for the modeUiousekeeper. 207 Monk iPhone. 89 3ffi^ewcastle mil i;.. . :. malt is CIG ARS AND TOBACCO Ice Cream fresh Every Hat Milk Shake: , % Soda Water, Etc,, All Kinds of Candy . Buifwrt. ■Sm -sifuuKsson ro - 4E m llOl Jm- ! m. imm i •C.m* M I. ;iA 1 1 m FOR RENT ■a few senm,l liaild^ Bee Is for Repairing, Sundries. flB J Ole wine 1 505 Gloucester St. ISmice ND. Special Agent representing the ■1 Street. Britel bT<h™ W‘ Book Cases, Antique Oak Secretaries, Pictures, Odd Pieces, Bed Lounges, Feather Pillows, Toilet Sets, Clocks, Rugs, Vitos,- Wheat Food for Breakfast. Acta ns a general regulator, tn riches the blood* gftvos sound* natural sleep,a rosy com plexion, produces hard, healthy ilesh, strong W*nen, vivifies the entire system. Ada; led to weak and strong constitutions; it formes a healthy foundation-for ihfi; dasV work iti n \ heating and is always in Sea on. - it is htorili/.ed, ■ . It etainait ranalar form after being cooked It la more easily digested than any other ce real food. For sale by all grocers. Manufactured by ? I*II.L>BI'RV \N A >IIII L'l<\ FI.OIJ Jl Ml LI -SCR. •' MiiinoapoliSv Minn. | tLATE I JRng |M(JDUCTS gjijfla*-? I'ftmnim l.sid it I, puil ■Bit - I’M-mium Sugar Cured Hums gPB Breakfast Bacon Swift’s Premium Sliced Breakfast Bacon lib tins Cured, Juicy and Sweet. Won’t you drop in mid see them at THOMAS K FAN Y, FANCY GROCER. 312 Newcastle Street. Nerves and Heart | Are what do the work of life for the hu man body. If they are strained you falter; If they are hurt you suffer; If they get weak you | fail. : Dr. J. H. McLean's i Strengthening Cordial j and Blood Purifier > Is the most valuable agency known for * stimulating the Heart and Nervous Sys * tern. k This is true; over fifty years of use ' have established it beyond question. It repairs the tissue-waste of hard * physical labor; it sustains the over worked brain and develops the faculty . of thought. It cures Malaria, Debility, Dyspepsia, [ Low Spirits, Insomnia, Poor Appetite, [ Malnutrition and Stomach Troubles, and builds up the run down or exhausted J system. | 50c and SI a bottle, at druggists. ‘ THE DR. 4. H. McLEAN MEDICINE CO., ! -J. *T. LOUIS. MO. \a FOR SALE BY A*A**e** , W. J. BUTTS, Tte Drugjjiit. THE BRUNSWICK TIMES, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1900 imps Jj§k> Relieved by 'A <- A CUTICURA For irritation, i effootivo as warm baths with CuncuHA Soap, followed by gentle anointings with Cutioura, purest of emollients and greatest of skin cures. s.tM throughoutP-ttfr T>. otnC Corf., Sole Prop*., -x£>GUt, me &*ip iuid Hair, free. Of Great interest to those who do their own trimming or desire tiats trimmed to order, is the large rariety of new goods in our collection of UNTRIMMED IIATS and also the display of beautiful (lowers, sprays, tips and ribbons. The goods are the very latest of this sea sons productions Hint arc exquisite in form and color, and exceedingly good in qualit y. MISS KITE SLATER. 60* GLOUCESTER ST.. LADIES The best and quickest preparation for cleaning gloves is the I,all He glove cleaner. For sale by 11. V. Ad derly. Try it. K r Corn, Rioe S raw. Til* Fkkh .Store. Burnett’* Special Mixture, a com* p life in Ik raiiiin.irrrtatet quanti’y, improves quality of milk. Try it and you will use no other. The Fkki, Stork. ?’ Notice. Wo have jusqreceivtd a fre6h let of Ha i,n delioaciee, such as oheese, tnacca oni, green and |l,laok olives, olive oH, tomato sanoe, etc. OKSINI BROS., Cor Hay and Mamfleld St. When in Need of . . , MONEY Call On Us. Money loaned on all kinds of personal property. All loans made by us are BTKICTLY confidential. H. 15. NATHANS, 313 Newcastle St; The Sweetest Place in Town* I the KANDY KITI’HKN 20s N'ewcastlo street. We manufacture all our own Candies Fresh Everv Dav- Try onr Chocolates and Bon Boris. A Dull line of Bpunieb Peanut-, chrys'alized and salt ed. We cm p'ease you. T>y us. L. N. HARTER, i kOHCIKTOU. Russell’s Chill and Fever Tonic, every bottle guaran teed’ For sale by W. J. Butts and I. N. Bishop. For Bladder Troubles use STUART'S GIN and BUCHU. (§)©©l©t>tJ. MARY M NISU BURROUGHS, Editor, “Under the sol and the dew, Waiting the judgment day; Under the one the blue, Uniltr the other the gray.” The memorial exercises and the deo oration of the graves of the sleeping heroes which oocurred yesterday af ternoon, were the most beautiful and interesting of the kind ever held in Brunswick. Mr. Time. Wrench has arrived iu Brunswick, and is receiving a moat hearty wvlojma from old friende. Mr-. Tli ions Fader leaves shortly for her old horns in Carolina, whers she will spend several month', and be accompanied on ber return by her mother, who wi 1 remain ill Bruus wick some time." Miss Uertrude Olmsted left yester day for Atlauta, where she will speud several weeks before returning to ber home in New Jersey. The strawberry festival given yes terday by the Steadfast Oirole of King’s Daughters was a most pro nounoedsuocese. & Mr. Edwin Brobstnn spent several days of this week in Tumps on a buei ness trip. The Arbor day sxeroises by the pub ic school children this morning |wtll be attended by a large number of friends and relatives of the little folks and otbersj interested in the school, Mr. anti Mrs, Alber. rendig ant] little daiigliter have returned from a pleasant trip to Florida. Mrs. Henry Davis, after baying spent several weeks in Brunswick, the guest of her mother, Mrs. H. L. Hine, on Union street, returns to her home in Massaohusettatoday, via the Mal lory Line. Mr. Josi-ph Champaigns of Bt. Si mon spent a day of this week among his Brunswick friends. Mrs. S. C. Atkinson continues to improve from her recent illness, though it will be some time before she is fully restored to health again. A charming card party given by Mr and Mrs. J. W. Conoley at their home on Union street a night or two ago, complimentary to their guests, Misses Annie Qauie and Emma West, of Wilmiogton, was attended by the fol lowing young people, among whom the prizes were won by Misa Ketta McCulJougb and Mr. Malcolm Mc- Cullough: Misses Emma West, Ai ni@ Cause, Oortrude A'len, Ketta Mc- Cullough, Batty Nightingale, Ethel Conoley, Mamie Waff; Messrs, Bty ard Butts, Ed Allen, J. Flitner, Ralph Tapper, Chas. Fleming, Howard Waff, Malcolm McCullough. At the home of Mrs. Jas. Dunwody, on Monk street, the Aoaoia club was handsomely entertained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs . Thomas Fuller. At five tables the game of hearts was played, and the afternoon passed in a most charming manner to all present. Elegant refreshments were served, the enjoyment of which was greatly added to by the rare sweet flowers whch were in great profusion on every side, The first prize, a handsome vase, was won by Miss Edoa Penniman, and the consolation, a dainty fan, by Mrs, J. W. Ben net. The guests of tbe club were Misa Ilallie Brobston of Madi son,Miss O’Neil of New Jersey, Misses Emma West and Annie Guise of Wil mington, Mrs. Henry Davis of Massa ehuaetts Members of the .club prea ent were Misses Etbelyn Downing, Retta McCullough, Lilia Burroughs, Josephine dußignoo, Fianoea Night inga'>, Edna Peoniman, B-tty Night ingale, Ethel Conoley, Fannie Grant Young Girls How easy it is for young girls to go into the “decline.” They eat less and less, become paler and paler and can harldy drag through the day. They are on the steady down ward course. Iron does them no good; strychnine and bit ters all fail. They need a food thatwill nourish them better, and a medicine that will cor rect their disease. ♦ Scott’s Emulsion is belli of these, elegantly and per manently combined. The Cod-Liver Oi! makes the blood richer, and this gives better color .to the face. The hypophosphites of lime and soda act as a strong tonic to the nerves. Soon the weight increases, the digestun improves and health returns. At all ilruKclst;*; 50c. and $1 00. SCOTT 6t ROWNK, Chemists, New York. Nig’itingnle, Mary M’Nish Burroughs, Mrs. James Dunwody, M-g. li. D. \Vlier, Mr-. J. \V, Benner. ilr6. F. D. M. Struct,an, M-s. C. A. Ta ) lor. Call for Meeting. A meeting of tbe r Gocd Government club of Glynn county is hereby otlled to oon veriest the county court bouse Friday, April 27 h, at II :30 o’clock a. m.,for the purpo<e of nominstingjoan ilidates for the various oounty olllcei and a member of the legislature, to be 1 voted for at the primary election to be held on Juue 1 fit li next, sml to trans act auch other business as may prop erly come before the olub. Every olub member and supporter should be pres ent, and all are urged to attend. N. EMANUEL, Urea. Glynn <lftMuLGovernnien£__UJub German delicacies will be kept on oe during the summer season at W. If. 1) Vue’s. Eleotrieal Wiring. The Brunswick bight and Water Cos., beg to announce that they have added to their business an Electrical Supply De partment and will contract for house vr ir ing. which will be done In first class man ner under a guarantee to be in conformity with the rules of the Southeastern Tariff Association. Tho work will be done q Mr. Geo. A . Kawlston under the direction of Mr. 1,. J. Von Weller, the electrician of tliecompany. Orders solicited and work done promptly. W.B GREENE, Receiver. ANNOUNCEMENTS, FOR TAX RECEIVER. I leapectfully announce myHol J >* a candidate for the oftic© of Ta* Receiver and solicit the rotes of the people of Glynn. Subject to Democratic primary. MASON TANARUS, SCARLETT. FOR COUNTY TREASURER. lain a candidate for the ofllce of county Treasurer and solicit tho votes of the people of Glynn. THOMAS W. LAMB. Hublect to Democratic primary. For RpprPsontative. I respectfully announce ny candidacy for the House of Repreaentativea subject to the primary to he held on June 10th. W. F, SYMONS. Club House, Swis, Mueoster, Neuf ohatel, Fromage de Bier (imported and domestic), Edam, Pineapple and full Cream Cheeae always on ice at W. 11. DeVoe’s. Notice. We beg to inform all partiea dealr ing stenographic and typewriting work done that we are prepared to aerve them on short notioe. k We oao be fonod at Bit Newcastle St. from 8 to 10 p. m. Orders left at Butts drug store will reoeive prompt zattention, Resp. Butt* & Cosby. Phone C 4 & 90 Do not fall (o read the advertisement o( Teethina in tbla papar. This Space Reserved For The Douglas Hardware Cos 218SNE WCASTLBoST. RIPAN S tabules Doctors find ? Aj Good v Prescription for i^nkind te far fir Mi.U.at nrnrri.t. fA, *..taar.nt., ZulooßS. NcwA-Stands, General S4Bei and Barber* bnopi They banish pain, induce slec, and prolong life. On* relief t No matter what's At matter, one will do yon good. Ten samples and ftne thousand testi ateniale sent by mail to any address A* receipt of price W the Rlpooe Ckemical Cos., York Cw! < l I WE HAKE OUR BOW TO THE PUBLIC. Ideal wheeling days are here and so are we—the old fa-' vorites—with the most elegant, linked with the Lest line of wheels on the market '. STEELING, DAYTON, NATIONAL, GENEVA, STEAK NS, SPALDING, FEATHER,STONE, YALE, BARNES, IMPERIALS, TRIBUNE, UNWOOD, SYRACUSE, NY AC K, WAVEULY, ENVOY The Yale Koadster is a peach; Spalding, Sterling Tribune Chainless ARE THE ONLY CHAINLESS. We Sell on Installments. Bicycles Rented and Repaired. Second Hand Wheels Galore. Bicycle Sundries, Typewriters, Typewriter Supplies, Sewing Machines, Sewing Machine Supplies, Electrical Supplies, Cameras, Photographic Supplies, Sporting Goods, Etc'., Etc, Our specialty is Electric Light and Call Bell Construc tion work, Bicycle Repairing, Enameling and Nickel- Plating, J. A. MONTGOMERY, 30* GIvOUCGSTEH ST. NOTICE. I will be at the following places on the dates named below for the purpose receiving tax re turns for the Siate and county, for the year 1W00; Sterling, April Uh 20th; May sth. St Simons, April 7th-lHth; May 14th. Bladen, April stli-10th; May 12th. Pyles Grossing, April oth 17th: May lHb. Urun wick, April 12th, 13th, 14th 20th, 27th, 28tht May 21th, 25th,20th. JOHN E. LUBBERLY, Receiver Tax Returns. Glynn county, Ga. Money to Loan. Fifteen hundred dollars, on centrally located, improved property—either residence or business—from one to three years. Sparks & Twitty, Attorneya-at-Law. A pure whiskey agrees with any food, in feci, aids digestion. It tonos tbe stomach, increases tbo flow of tbe gastrio juioea and so promotes strength and flesh . A pure whiskey like HAR PKR’S Whiskey . Hold by T. N*w> man. 2w-8m PFEIFFER & COMPLY, I lay,rain, and Provisions. Bay near Manelield St. Russell’s Chill and Fever Tonic is acknowledged to be the Best on the marke everyjbottle guaranteed. For sale by W. J. Butts and I'. JST. Bishop.