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*IK NIVVCABTI.R STREET. May has been a busy month. This, the last week’s business of the month finds us offering splendid inducements to make a busy ending to a busy month. Pulley Belt Rings- Silver, Gilt, Black. Special per set Be Shirt Waists. Made of Percale, Both yoke and straight back, plain and trimmed. • Each ; 49c Belts. Pulley Belts, Dog Collar Belts, etc. Worth up to 7*c. On sule 25c On Monday. We place on sale shirt waists made back and front of lace all over, Woith #3.7*. On sale 2.98 tl TOUR FACE IB TOUR rOBtUNK. Throw away Cosmetics. American Women throw aw y aeventy-fl e million doll ar* annually (or face pow lets, lotions, etc., mos of which arc made of pole .non* substanoea and destroy the skin. To seemc a Natural, Rosy Healthy Complexion, get a VIRGIN RUBBER MASK ’ Restores original contour, permanently re moves pimples, freckles, blackheads, and all complexions! Imperfections. Absolutely harmless Results guaranteed. Write for particulars. I’rioc ltt.uo hy mall. Glove* fa.no and SX.SO. VIRGIN RUBBER CO., No A West lUb 81 N. Y Brown Drug Cos,, .Sole Agts. Brunswick, Ga. * liter' l in THREE FEATHERS, EMMETT CLUB, BRUNSWICK CLUB, MUWM’S EXTRA RYE,’ WILSON’S CELEBRATED RYE, A LEWIS A SON’S. 186 C, PLANTER PURE RYE, CUMBERLAND CLUB RYE, McAllister 400, RIPY’S SPRING 1889, 3 PABBT MILWAUKEE BEER, SOHLITZ MILWAUKEE BEER, I A. B. C. ST. LOUIS BEER, ' BUDWEISER ST. LOUIS BEER, ■ME AND THE BEST LUNCH IN TOWN EVERY’ DAY’ AT 11 O’CI.OC K. t The Quakers Are Honest People. tThe Quaker Herb Tonic Is not only a blood purifier, but a Wood maker for Pale, Weak and Debilitated people who have not strength nor blood. It acts as a tonic, It regu lates digestion, cures dyspepsia and lends itrength and tone to the nervous system. It is a medicine for 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, -itomach and nerves soon succumb to Its wonderful effects upon the human system. Thousands of people in Georgia recom mend it. Price SI.OO. QUAKER PAIN BALM is the medicine that the Quaker Doctor made all of his won derful quick cures with. It’s anew and wonderful medicine for Neuralgia, Tooth ache, Backache, Rheumatism, Sprains, Pain in the Bowels', in fact, all pain can be relieved by it. Price 2*c. and 60c. QUAKER WHITE WONDER SOAP, a medicated soap for the skin, scalp and com plexion. Price 10c. a cake. QUAKER HEALING SALVE, a vegt t ble ointment for the cure of tetter, ecsema ind eruptions of the skin. Price V*c box FOR SALE BY ; * Polhili’s Drug Store THE BfcE E: HIVE BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA. Pulley Belt Rings. Silver, Black, Oxidized. Special per set 9c Ladies Vests, White, ribbed cotton Vests, plain neck and sleev less. Each 5c Pins.^ Cheap pins 1c Good pins 4c Milwards needles... 4c Aluminum hair pins per doz 5c Parasols'. Your choice of all we have left, over 15 to se lect from. Worth up to 14.00. On sale 1.98 'FURNITURE! C. M’GARVEY, 313 Newcastle St'. - Brunswick,'’Gai Synopsis oi Household Goods, Bedding, Stoves, Trunks, Golden Oak Chamber Suites, Golden Oak Side Boards, Hall Racss, Chiffonieres, Parlor Tables, Dining Tables, Kitchen Safes, Matting and Art Kensington'. • CHRIS ARNHEITER, DEALER IN ~~ western Ml, Pork and Mutton, SS ;frksh poultry;; “ FRESH VEGETABLES, FRESH GROCERIES ;Freh Kggi From the Country. All goods sent out nice and clean, The best of;eve rything for the model housekeeper. 207 Monk Street. Phone 89 VE HAKE OUH BOV 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 GKS'KVA, STEARNS,' SPALDING, FKATHRBSTOHB. YALK, BARN KB, IMPERIALS, TRIHUNK. UNWOOD, 'SYRACUSE, N YACK, WAYKRLY, KNVJ)Y The Yale Roadster is a peach; Spalding, Sterling Tribune Chainless ARE THE ONLY Cll A INLESS. 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, v J. A. MONTGOMERY, mO* GLOUCG9TEH sT. Coney & Parker DEALERS IN Coal and Wood, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shingles and Laths. Phone 18 525 Bay St. THE^BRUNiSWICK TIMES, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1900 Pulley Belt Rings. White and Natural. Made of Pearl. Per set 19c Ladies Vests. Ecru ribbed cotton vests Taped necK. Special : 3 for 2*c Notice. Purchase your Belt Rib bons ond Rings here and have your belt made FREE Underskirts. Made of Beersuck, Ging hams, Lawn, Etc. On sale *. 69c! Book Cases, Antique Oak Secretaries, Pictures, Odd Pieces, Bed Lounges, Feather Pillows, Toilet Sets, Clocks, Rugs, - Advertised Letter Liet. The following ia & list of letter* re msining ia tbe pottoffice at Brunt wick, Gi., unclaimed, for tbe week ending My 26, 1000: A—Thomas Anderson. B —Mias Mtmie Bsrnsld, Wl' Brown. C-George Cane, T. A . CalabaD, H. Cassell, Henry Carswell, John Campbell. D—l. J. Daria. E—Mra. Era Edward*. G—Melvin Gtrrett, B **ie Green. H—W*lt#r Hunt. J—L. Jones, Henry Johnson, I*aac Jones. ‘ K—A. E. Klinknett. L—Mia* Mtggle Lewis. M —Alvin Maorony, Mra. Jessie Mil ler. P-Mra. T. 8. Price. R-Mra. Della Relfard. B—Mark Sbiroan. W-Miaa Sue Wilisms, Mieeßoea William*, Caisie Willie, | Miss Mamie Wooeta. Parties calling for any of tbe above will please say they were advertised sod pay one cent for each letter claim ed. W. F, Symons, P. M. The Moat Stubborn Cough. Reeulttng froth an .attack of legripp* or beaVy cold, must yield to the wonderful healing properties of Foley's Honey and Tar, which otrsngthena tbe lungs; makes them sound. W. J, Butts, ttie druggist After the picnics come commence mentg, m Tbseasieot and most effective method of puiifying the blood end invigorating tiie system is to take DeWltt'o tittle Early Ris ers, tbe ftmous little pills (or cleansing the liver and bowels. W. J. Butts, the drug gist ■*., a Not oo to Ttaohsrs- Ali applicant* for teacher*’ license are required to present themselves for examination Saturday. June 16, 1900, at 9 o’clock a. mat the Mantflrld street school building. Both white end oolored teachers are to be exam ined, G. J.Ohk, —• If -—and C. 8. O. LADIES Tbe beat and quickest preparation for cleaning glovee is tbe Ltßelle glove cleaner. For sale by.U. V.’Ad iferly. Try it. Wanted. " Boarders, for large, comfortable room* —centrally located. Moala fur nirlt-d. References exebang and. Ad dress Mr*. A., care of Tbe Time*. SOUTHER EXCURSION RATES To All Mountain, Seaside and Lake Beaorta V a ’he Plant Byst**m Tickets on sal© Juno 1 to Septenktor 30, with return limit October iU. V#)i). Perfect pawiengevservice. Pullman sleepers on all train*. Pull information given on ap plication. GKO. W. COATKB, 9. I*. A., Bninewiuk. Ql, jit. W. vvitKNM.l*. T. M ,Savannah,Ua. Jtjjfa Notice. Alt freight for SatiHa river lituling*, will please have same ready for shipment Tuesday morning, “20!b ins*., and send to steamer Bes sie’s wha(, at 8,80 o’clock, as 1 will have a boat for Satiila every Tuesday until further notice. B. A. \Xhite, Jr. Georgia. I To the Supi rior Court of Said Glynn County.) Couniy. The petition of Charles S. Wyllv, James 1,. Foster, D. Watson Wynn, C. Downing ami W. Berrien Burroughs, of > aid state and county, and Walter G. Charlton of said state and county of Chatham, respectfully shows,- lst. That they desire to be incorporated for the term of twenty years with the privilege of renewal, agreeable to the provisions of article S, chapter 2, title 2, of the second volume of the code of this state. 2nd. The name by and under which your pe tiHonors desire to be incorporated is. The Ogle thorpe Monument Memorial Association. 3rd. The objectgof said association is to ere, t tithe memory .ot General James Oglethorpe, ihe founder of Georgia, a suitable and enduring monument in stone or metal, and care for an t protect same after it has been erected. 4th. The said association will engage in no business other than providing and caring for such a memorial as that contemplated in para graph 3 alHve. ami will have no capital stock except that it is the purpose of the same to raise funds to carry out the objects of the associa tion. Its domicile or chiet office will lie in said county of Glynn. sth. reiitioaprs desire the power to receive donations of money,lauds and personal proper ty, and to control and dispose of the same in like manner as other associations. f>th. Petitioners desire the usual right of sue. cession in themselves, their associates and suc cessors. 7th. Petitioners desire the usual power to constitute officers to make by-laws, to contract end so forth, incident to corporations under the laws of this state, and power to elect honor* ary officers and members, and fix the number of members which shall make a quorum. OWENS JOHNSON, Petitioners* Attorney A true copv of the Original petition on file in tbh> office, May 19, 190 U. A. O. TOWNSEND, Deputy Clerk Superior Court, Glynn Cos. Ga. VOe Arch Destroyer. “He is a mean, sneaking, underhand ed tbe moth is.” protests John Kendrick Bangs In The Woman’s Home Companion. "Fire has a decent sense of the proprieties. Moths have none at all. When Ore attacks you, it smokes and crackles and hisses and roars and lets you know In clarion tones that It bas come. Tbe motb steals upon you in the dead of night and chews up your best trousers, gorges himself upon your wife’s furs, tickles bis palate witb your svrellest flannel golf shirt, munches away upon your handsomest rug, punches boles in your best sofa eughions with bis tusks and then silently folds his tent and steals away wltbout so much as a tbank you •for his meal. For unmiti gated meanness commend me to tbe moth! Alongside of tbe motb and his nefarious work even a book agent pales into Insignificance and an unpaid grocer’s bill becomes ao absolute pleas llrp ” * After suffering from eevere dyspepsia over twelve year* and using many reme dies without permanent good, 1 finally took Kodoi Dyspepsia Cure, It did me to much good I recommend it to everyone,’’ write* J. E. Watkins, clerk and recorder, Chillicothe, Mo. It digests what you eat. W J Butts, the druggist An In valunblc Aid. Boney—Unable to Increase Hawley’s ■alary and not desiring to lose bis services, ttie Sharpes have taken him Into the firm. Sklnnle—That's greatl Boncy—But then the firm Is losing money dally. Philadelphia North \i- r’r? !1 A Powder Mill Explosion. Remove* everything in sight; so do dras tic mineral pill*, but both are mighty dan gerous. Don't dynamite tbe delicate ma chinery of your body with calomel, croton oil or aloes pills when Dr. King's New Life Fills, which are gentle a* a summer breeze, do the work perfectly. Cure# head ache, constipation. Only 250 at ail drug •tor. e. i Tbe girl who doesn’t wish to ete callers must expect to be found oaf. A ‘DcWitt’s hittle Early Risers are tbe fin est pilUl ever used.”—l). J. Moore, Mill brook, Ala. They quickly cure all liver and bowel trouble. W. J. Butta, tbe drug gist. } Not only ahead In quality but price A Creaeent for $35. Call at Polbiil**. FOR RENT.—The niee dwelling oornrr Oglethorpe and Howe street. I’oiaeselon giren June 220d. for par-' ticolar*, apply to 316 Union street. Not only ahead In quality but price. A Crescent Chainlets bicycle for $35. Call at P lhil.’e. “The Ursily” is a new bouse, clean and 0001. Broad bills and piazza. Vrrjr u.irjlhe spring. Mm. A. E. Robart*, . White Springs, Fla. Chaap Rate, Via Non' hem Railway. Asheville, N. C. (Southern Students Confer ence Y. At. C. and V. W. C. A..• June IS.*, one fsre round trip. Tickets nu suto June Kt-H Limit June 28. Philadelphia, Pa Republican National Con vention, June Ift,one fare round trip. Tickets ou gale Sune 15-18. limit June 20. Kansas City, Mo. Democratic National Con; volition, July 4/>na fare round trip* Tickets on sale July I*2, limit July 8. Atlanta,Ga. Annnol convention Bj/Y. C. 1. July 11-IH, one fare round trip. Tickets on sale July 10, and for trains scbedualed to arrive st Atlanta prior to noon July 11; limit July 20. Cincinnati, O. Annual convention B. Y. I* U of America, July 12-15,0ne fare round trip. Tick ets on sale July 1-12, limit July 18. Richmond Va. Annul session Sovereign Grand Lodge I. O. O. !F. September Vt -22, one fare round trip. Tickets on sale, Sept. 15—IT limit Sept. 2f>. Charleston. S. C. Annual meeting Nations Education Association, July 7 *lO, 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 3-5, one fare round trip. Tickets on sale June 1-4, limit June 7. IRRITATIONS i||k Instantly — * W Relieved by “N £. GUTIOUBA Foi irritation, for rod, rough haml* HHR&. ami facial blcm islio?, nothing uo pure, to seedily* 1\ ’ * iVV effective as warm ifjli*' 1 * baths with Cuticuha Soap, followed by gentle anointings with Cuticvra, purest of emollients and greatest of skin cures. B>4 thrmthAßtttw worM. tv **d(\ Comp., •oli Po?* , Be*!All AUhUUm. r.s'p fci.4 liolr.fr**. J list 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 Jam. A, C. JEFFERS, Newcastle St. iTTTii ~ .. i , , ~ i, ,-TrTrnTTrrT\SSS^mmSmmSm W. if. ROW EM. j N. BRADT, BOWEN & BRADT, CONTRACTOR^ AMD BUILDERS Of Stone. Brick and. Frame Buildings Manufacturers of Lenient, Tile and Artificial Stone. This Space ReservedlFor The Co % : . \ 218 NEWCASTLE ST. For Diabetes use STUART’S GIN and BUCIIU. Mill M. The lt*t priduetlon of the ooniioi.eeur’s rt Tenderloin Beef, Pork Cutlets, Macedoine Stew, Chicken ala Maver.go. O b-r Hr ik's Beef Steak an i < hiiotis Boneless Pigs Feet, Sliced Uam. THOMAS KEANY, TANC Y (JKOOKH. 312 Newcastle Street. '$>pCALL r J? FORTHE^*^ ARE AM Whiskey. 1 •. THERE IS Q .*' ’^OUE ST R V DOUGLAS, Sole Agent. JUST TAKE A LOCK ♦ + J -v* AT THESE PRICES^ And come around and see for yourself. We have stacks of brand new goods, and we • want to keep 'on moving: i Ladies Ribbed V eats **v t hildieu's Ribbed Vests * Corset Covers lOe Ladies Shirt Waists Childrens Stockings, 6 to 12 years . J| Baby caps,w<>rthaoc , Baby caps,worth 50c Childrens dresses, worth 50c at 29c Cl inch bleaching 17 yards H 00 Homespun, 7 yaids 25c, Ginghams apron# 10c Wbite aprons, worth 30c at Wlute lionneta, worth 00c at. Figured lawns, per yard 4 boys percale waists W T orth 35c at JOe Bovs ami giili* straw hats worth 36c at... 15c Ammonia per bottle 6c CoaUthread.. 4c Hooks and eyes per paper ! <Bj Black pins,box 2c, I’ins per paper lei Ladies’ Childrens’ Dresses and s’ Suits at YOUR OWN PRICE. MRS M ISAAC, i The Origi u*lor o( la>„ Price* ™ 203 Newcastle Street. Dil lon's Old Stand.