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The Bee Hive.
’’What We Advertise We Sell." Percale Shirt Waist Assorted colors, styles and sizes. Borne made plain, others trimmed in ei ther lace or embroidery. All worth up 75 cents each, on sale 49 cents- SEE WInS/ IsPLAY MEXICAN MIXTURE For Men. ITor Nrrvouaneaa, Bask-acha, lupomlenc.v lnwmanla, (Sexual Impotcacy, and #ll dlaearo# resulting from K*rly Error* sad Later KxecaroH Over-Work and Worry, which If neglected, com pletely undermine the system, often reuniting In INSANITT and lIKATH. If you have any of the above symptoms MKiICAN Mljlblll. WILL CLlit WV IT .has So agOAU Develops Toothful Streugth #nd Vigor hi ever part of the body. A *oid quack doctors. Refuse substitutes. (let MKXICAN MIXTUHK. Im mediate effrrl#. Permanent results. Keoent dtarovery. Phenomenal #uece. Hundreds o testimonial#. 11.00 per Vo*. for 15.00. I’osi tive guarantee with every ysflo order to refund the money If cure re not effected. It I# not a eimfulant, hot a rehullder. Try it and lie con vinced, Bond atamp far pamph!t.dA ederaa Brown Drug Cos., Sole Agts. Brunswick, Georgia. Mu HI.MI ! THREE FEATHERS, EMMETT CLUB, BRUNSWICK CLUB, MUMM’S EXTRA RYE,* WILSON'S CELEBRATED RYE, A LEWIS A SON’SJSfiO, PLANTER PURE RYE, CUMBERLAND CLUB RYE, McAllister 400, RIPY'B SPRING 1889,; PABST MILWAUKEE BEER, BCHLITZ MILWAUKEE BEER, A. B. 0. ST. LOUIS BEER, BUDWEISER BT. LOUIS BEER, ■n AND THE BEST LUNCH IN TOWN EVERY DAY AT 11 O’CLOCK. The Quakers Are Honest People. t Tonic is not only a blood purifier, but a Blood maker for Pale, Weak and Debilitated people who have not strength nor blood, It acts as a tonic, it regu lates digestion, cures and) spepsia and lends strength and tone to the nervous system. It is a medicine tor weak women. It is a purely vegetable medicine and can be taken by the most delicate. Kidney diseases, Rheumatism and all diseases of the Blood, Stomach and nerves soon succumb to its wonderful effects upon the human system. Thousands of people in Georgia recom mend it. Price SI,OO. QUAKER TAIN BALM is the medicine that the Quaker Doctor made all of hit won derful quick cures with. It’s s new and wonderful medicine for Neuralgia, Tooth ache, Backache, Rheumatism, Sprains, Pain in the Bowels; in fact, all pain can be relieved by it. Price 2tc, and 600. QUAKER WHITE WONDER SOAP, a medicated soap for the skin, scalp and com plexion. Price 10c. a cake. QUAKER HEALING SALVE, a vege table ointment for the cure of tetter, edema and eruptions of the sktn. Price V*c a boa. FOR SALE BV . : -* > t* * PolhiU’s Drug Store The Bee Hive. “What We Sell Advertises Us.” REMNANTS^^ Of various kinds of wash goods placed on display today at greatly Reduced prices. FANCY RIBBONS^ Suitable for Sashes, Pulley Belts, Ties, Etc. Lot No. I—Nos.1 —Nos. 5 and 7 checked and plaid ribbon per yard 5c Lot No. 2 —No. 40 Novelty Gauze Ribbon per yd 15c Lot No. 3- Nos. 40 and 60 Fancy Ribbon in plaids, polka dots, stripes, etc Per yard 25c FURNITURE! G. M’GARVEY, 213 Newcastle St‘. - Brunswick, r .Ga Synopsis of Household Goods, Bedding, Stoves, Trunks, Golden Oak Chamber Suites, Golden Oak Side Boards, Hall Racxs, Chiffonieres, Parlor Tables, Dining Tables, Kitc]ien Safes, Matting and Art Squares'From Kensington'. CHRIS ARNHEITER, DEALER IN Western Beef, Port and illon, ST FRESH POULTRY^ FRESH VEGETABLES. FRFSH GROCERIES .Froth Egg# From the Country. All goods sejnt out nice and clean, The best' ofleve rything for the model housekeeper. 207 Monk Street. Phone 89 IE 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 best line of wheels on the market .STERLING, DAYTON, NATIONAL, GENEVA, STEARNS,' SPALDING, FE A TIIE It STONE, YALE, BARNES, IMPERIALS, TKIIiI'NK, LINWOOD, SYRACUSE, NYACK, WAVKRLT, ENVOY The Yale Koadster is a peach; Spalding, Sterling Tribune Chainless ARE THE ONLY CIIA IN LESS. 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 Elect ricLight and Call Bell Construc tion work, Bicycle Repairing, Enameling and Nickel- Plating, J. A. MONTGOMKRY, 50a GLOUC6BTER ST. Coney & Parker DEALERS IN Coal and Wood, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shingles and Laths. Phone 18- 525 Bay St. THE BRUNSWICK TIMES, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1900 Book Cases, Antique Oak Secretaries, Pictures, Odd Pieces, Bed Lounges, Feather Pillows, Toilet Sets, Clocks, Rugs, <§o©ietej • M AKYIM'NISH BCREOCUHH,Editor, " " u M. E. J. Banks tad children let' t dtjr or two ago for Forsyth,'where they will spend the eummer with rela tives end friends. Many friends ii Brunswick ere sled to know that the tittle girl who bee been eo seriously ill ie improving, end that bopee are en tertained for her immediate recov ery. Mr. Arnold Kaiser and eon, Matter Gordon Kaiser, are expected in Bruns wick in a few days to apend tome time. Miaa Dora Mayer leaves New York ahortly for England, where the will apend several month* in oompaoy with a party of friend*. Mine* Mary I.illa and Ella Blanton will not return to Brunswick until the late summer, but will visit rela tives at Marietta and Atlanta. Misa Lula Baker has returned from Savannah, where she spent last week, a delegate from Brunawiok to the King's Daughters’ eonaentton, \ •: . /;.;*?'>/£ The Misses Gale's school olosed yes terday with beautiful and interesting exercises after a moat £Scessful year, durtag] whtoh pupils and teaoher* worked most successfully with tine re* suits. Mr. and Mr*. M. Kaiser left yeeter day for New York, from where they % will leave for Europe to epend the cummer. Many friend# regret to know that Mre. Oweot Johnson ba been quite ill at her home on Union etreet for eeveral daye. Miaa Kate Dillon liae returned from Savannah where the war a delegate to tg* KjuNtt. JiSSklgbtrra' convention, | ililcb ha* been in aeeeion there. Wanted. Boarder*, for large, comfortable room*—centrally located. M-ala fur oielied. Reference* exchanged. Ad dress Mra. A., care of The Timer. “The Urady” is anew houre, olean and 0001. Broad halle and plarza. Very near the spring. Mrs. A. E, Rom arts, White Springe, Kla. Cotton ought to reach 10 or 11 oenta before Qi# new crop come* in. T.y the new remedy for coetiveneaa, Chamberlain’a Stomach and Liver Tablet!. Every box guarantetd, Price 26 oenta. For eale by tliahop'a Drug Brore. An oflloe coat ahould laatforever, aa it i* never worn out. Sound advice to thoae who have kidney troubles, Is to take a safe, •nrM|||pße libel. Foley's Kidney Cur*, It [always ,benefits the J, Butts, the druggist. Che&p Ratet Via Soe’ hern Railway. Asheville, N. C. Southern Students Confer ence Y. M.C. A., and Y. W. C. A.,\Jne 15-25, one fare round trip. Ticket* on sale June.lM-Itt Limit June 2s. Philadelphia, Pa Republican National Con vention, Juue 10, one fare round trip. Ticket* on sale sune 15-18. limit June 20. Kansas City, Mo. Democratic National Con. vent ion, July 4,one fare round tvlp. Tickets on sale July 1-2, limit July t*. Atlanta, Ga. Annuo! convention B. Y. C. V. July 11—IK, one fare round trip. Tickets on unit* July 10, and for trains schedualed to arrive at Atlanta prior to noon July 11; limit July 20. Cincinnati, O. Annual convention 8. Y. P U of America, July 12-15,0ne fare round trip. Tick et* on sale July 1-12, limit July IS. Richmond Ya. Anuul session Sovereign Grand Lodge l. O. O. ; F. September 11-22, one tare round trip. Ticket* on sale, Sept. 15-17' limit Sept. 25. Charleston, S. C. Annual meeting National Education Association, July 7-ltt, one fare for round trip. Tickets on sale July 3,6,7 and 9 with final limit Sept 1, Mcßae, Ga. Commencement exercises of South Georgia college, June S-s,one fare round trip. Ticket* on tale June 1-4, limit June 7. THE LADIES’ FAIR MEETING Was Postponed Until Today on Aceoont of the Rain Yesterday. Owing to the rainstorm that pre vailed yesterday afternoon, it was im possible for the ltdTes interested in 'he fair work to bold their meeting, at the opera bonae. The Times has been requested to announce that the meet ing will be held this afternoon at 4 o’clock, and a full attendance ia de sired. Mra. Bolling Whitfield, Presi dent of the Woman's Departmen’, re quests all ladies interested iu the fair work to be on baud, as tbei( services are needed, and will be appreciated. Not • to Tesebtre. All applicant* for teachers’ license are required to present themselves for examination Saturday, June 10, 1900, at 9 o’clock a. m., at the Mamfield street school building. Both white and oolorsd teachers are to be exam ined. Q. j Orb, tf Sup\ and C. S. C. Not toe. All parties baring freight for Sstilla river landings, will please have same ready for shipment Tueeday morning, 29th lost., and send to steamer Bes sie’s wharf, at 8.80 o’clock, as I will have a boat for Satilla every Tuesday uoti) further notioe. B. A. White, Jr. Jim Carter’s is the place where atl the oid uniforms are put In order. The Sons of Confederate Veterans are requested to meat at tha office of Dr. Burroughs this afternoon at four o'olook. By order of J. C. Sticks Oapt. Comm’dg, I C. M. Tilton. Acting Adjt. Camp Jackson No. 806 of Confeder ate Veteran?, are urgently requested to meet at the office of Dr. Burroughe this afternoon at 4o’olock. By order of Horacb Dart, Capt. Comm'g, \V. B. Bukroihhi*, Acting Adjt. Setter* To all whom it may concern: Partiee holding any bills or claims of any nature egatnut eteamer Pass port, of Satllla River Transportation Company, will please present same for payment at once. . B. A. Wnira, Jr., Sec’y and Treae. May 17.1900. Low Katea to Louisrille. Remember the Plant System offers the low rate of $14.68 from Brunswick to Louisville, Ky., and return, ac count of the Confederate reunion. Quick and convenient sobedule will be operated. Train leaves Brunswick at 7:15 a. m., arriving at Louisville at noon of the following day. This rate is open to^verybody. The the sun on May 28 will be in ite greatest totality at ard near Flovilla, ’.G., and on account of this tbia the Southern Railway will ■ell tioketa to Flovilla at rate of one fare for round trip. Tickets to be aotd May 27, with float limit May 20. SUMMER EXCURSION RATEB To All Mountain. Seaside and Lake Resorts Via the Plant System. Tickots on sale June 1 to September HO, with return limit October Hi, 1900. Perfect passenger service. Pullman sleepers on all train*. Full information given on ap plication. GKO. W. COATES, D. P. A., Brunswick, Ga. B. W. WUKNN, P. T. M. t Savannah, Ga B. H. GARFIELD, THK LEADING PHOTOGRAPHER, 502 1-2 Gloucester. Awarded Highest Diploma Just Received GEORGIA SYRUP in cans and bottles. It’s delicious. Try it. Nice assortment of Crackers in 10c and 15c Packages. Campbell’s Soup and .lam. A. C. JEFFERS,. 219 Newcastle St. W. li. BOWEN. J. N BRADT. BOWEN & BRADT, CONTRACTORS ArvjcD E3l jll oe:rs Of Stone. Brick and Frame Buildings Manufacturers of Cement, Tile and.Artificial Stone. This Space ReservedlFor m The Co * 218 NEWCASTLE ST. For Diabetes use STUART’S 01N and BUCHU. mi imm 1 That make the table attract' ivo and add the oocceaMr; (limbing touch to the moal can be b ught vriaely and eco nomical ly hero. They ant always fresh ami delicious; shvayg lure to ixs pure and whole.-one. mm new Imported \ KM( K W * * KltS TlVot.l \\ f A KKBS i t fin stic I’K-No LI A SAN MY l< II KS HOMK MAI>K GINGKR YVAFKIt THOMAS KEAN V, FANCY GROCER. 312 Newcastle Street. I J? FORTHE^% ® (2REAM ofJ % 3> XaENTU#,^ Whiskey. THERE IS <,.•* R V DOUGLAS, Sole Agent. JUST TAKE A LO(K 4- * J AT THESE PRll’ff And come around and sc9 for yourself. We of brand new goods, and we want to keep ’<m movin*^. Ladies Ribbed \ c-'-tH Al Child 1611*8 Riblm-tl Yebt# 4c® Corast Cover n •• • ■ -* Mta Ladie# Shirt Waists —• *** SBtej Childrens Stocking*, fl to 1? yt|W scf Baby c*p*,wrtli 26c ....... Bnby caps,won h "MW- Children* drcs**> worth 50c at . W inch bleachiiig 17 yards * Home#pun, 7 yards 25c, t*ingh*jna tproi# lOfi White apmos, wortli aOe it l?c VVhit©bonnet*, worth 70c at 26c Kignrodlawnsi, per yard • ••.41-Se- Itoys percale waist* Worth HSe at 20c Boys and gii Is straw bate Worth 27c at . l&e Ammonia pfcr bottle OC Coats thread 4c Hooks and eyes per paper lc Ittaek pins, lx*a 2c. Pina per paper ■ JtMM Ladies’ and Dresses and Boys’ Suits aV YOUR Otf?PRICE. * ] MRS M ISAACS The Origit a;or *f Uw Price#, 208 Newcastle Street. •! lon’s Old Stand.