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PRESENTS^ In the best of Cut Glass and Sterling Silverware. Call and Look. You Arc Welcome. KENNON MOTT, Jeweler and Graduate Opticians 215 Newcastle Street, Inspector of Watches for Southern Kail way. 'lime ty Wire daily from Washington Coney & Parker DEALERS IN Goal and Wood, Brick, Lime, Cement, Fluster, llnir, Sli ingles'and Laths. Agents for Morris’ Mrick, Phone 18- 525 Bav St. W- H. BOWEN AIVJCD B l J ll CD Eli* S Of Stone. Brick and Frame Building Manufacturers of (J jmeut. Tile aiul Artificial Stone- Radies Opportunity A Chance to Huy Skirt or Jacket! At Sacrifice Prices For One Week. All Skirts and .Jackets at greatly reduced prices' A bargain in Men’s Cheap Shoes SEE WINDOW. —\ LEWS SHIPPING REPORT Oorraotad Daily by Capt. Otto Johanneian Port of Braniftiok, Jan. 11,1901. AItBIVED. Spanish ship Palamos, Mass. Va lencla. SAILED. S. S, Geo. W. Clyde, Chichester, Boston, Schr. Carrie S rong, Strong, Kings ton, Ja. VERY FEW SINNERS. Since Mayor Emanuel went into of- Bee he has had very few law breakers at the daily matinee, and several times there was not a oase on the docket. Monday is always a banner day with the court, and the new mayor will have a chance to show the law break, ers how mech he intends to tax ‘ plain drunks,” “drunk and disorderly,” etc. KWANGSU’S BIRTHDAY. Pekin, Jan. 11.—This is the 26th an niversary of Kwangsu’s ascending the throne, he having became Emperor of China on Jan. 11,1786. AN IMPROVEMENT. Within the next few weeks the street department will plaoe neat tin receiv ers along the streets, etc., instead of the ugly boxes and barrels now used for the purpose of receiving trash. DATE POSTPONED. The big labor rally, which was to have been held on the 30th inst., has been postponed to Feb. 4th. It will b the largest meeting of the kind ever held here. FOR HALE. A large 3 story, 12 room house with kitchen and outhouses, with 175 sores land Immediately at High Point Landing Cumberland Island. For information as to terms, eto., apply to G. L. Baltzell, 2 12 Fernandma, Fla. LOST—On shell eldewald between Gloucester and F stree’s one ladies gold single set diamond ring. Finder will be liberally rewarded by return* tng same to this office. SKItVICE IIY PUBLICATION. Georgia—Glynn County. F.'.Gunbyil Divorce tiled to May term, ... „ vB ,, . } 1901, Glynn Superior Court. Win. It. Gunliy. ) To the said Defendant: You are hereby required, to be and appear at the May term, 1901, of tho Superior court of said county, on tho :ird Monday In May, 11)01, to auswer to the plaintiff's merits of the fore going petition. Witness the Honorable Joseph W. ISennet. Judge of the Superior court of Glynn county this the 10th day of Jouuary, 1901. , H. F. DU BIGNON, Clerk Superior Court, Ulynn County, ria. KUAUSS & FRANKLIN, Petitioner's Attorneys. In cases of catarrh. Hood's Sarsaparilla heals the tissues,'[builds up the system, expels impurities from the blood, and cures. FOR RENT. 3- 4 room dwellings, South Wolf st. near Brick Hospital. Apply 419 O. et. Opera House Tuesday, January 15 150 NIGHTS AT THE ACADEMY OF MDSIC NEW YOKE SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT *3 this season’s 810 SUCCESS The Great Chinese American Sensation KING OF THE OPIUM RING By CHAS. X. BCANEY amt CHAS A. TAYLOR. j The sceute Marvel ot the Twentieth Century a.p The Human Tower ot Chinks. I X 1 x * t * vc Chinese Actors and Children I it The Chinese Cakewalk and Ragtime ball I The C hinese Smugglers I andingaCnrgo I lhe i’olice Raid on an Opium Joint slg The Chinese Theatre New Tear's Night. A .MONSTER KALEIDOSCOPE OK ORIENTAL MAUNIFICENCE 5 RIG VAUDEVILLE ACTS-5 Prices 25, 3s, 50 and 7?c THE BRUNSWICK TIMEB-CALL, JANUARY 12, 1901 LIIILE LOCH LINES. Mr. J. J. Lisa Der is in Albany. Capt. J. L. Foster spent yesterday in the city. Mr. J, A. Williamson was in the city yesterday. Mr. Max Isaac spent yesterday in Savannah. Hon . John W. Bennett has returned o his home in Waycrcsa. Mr, J. E, Moore, who has been ill some days, is out again . Mr. M, Kaiser will leave tomorrow on a business trip to New York. Superior court has adjourned until Monday morning. Mr. J. A. Foster, of St. Simon Mills, was in the city yesierday. Mr. John Moore ooutinuts seriously ill bt bis home on Egmon street. Mr. H. T. Dunn, of Brunswick, is registered at tbe Dsaoto. —Savannah News. Mrs. Habersham, of Knoxville, Tenn. Is in the city, visi'ing Mrs. Nighten gale. The Superior court has granted a coarter to the Lott & Lewis Grocery Company. Mr. and Mis. M. Isaac and Miss Isaac, of Brunswick, are at the Ma jestic for a month. —Atlanta Journal. Mr. p. a. Hay, representing Schn-ppV TVbaeoo Cos., of Winston, N. C,, is Bpetidli'g •< few days in the oity. Mis, Cba- Porter Goodyear and Miss Mary Goodyear, of Brunswiok, are expacten in A'.'anta shortly,—Jour nal. Yesterday was the date set for the execution of Tricy Griffin, but, as be lore sated in these columns, he will not hang fo:r several months yet, if at all. WANTED—Men to learn barber trade now and be prepared for the Spring rush, special inducements to applicants from distance for thirty days, two months term completes. sl2 to sl6, weekly paid graduates, also locations to start business. We have the best proposition ever offered young men. Catalogue and particulars mailed free, M Her Barber College. St, Louis. Mo. Mer’s Sale. Under and by virtue of an order granted by tha Honorable Joseph W. Bennet,Judge of Glynn Superior court, in the oase of G. W. Lewis Sons, at al., vs. Palmer Shoe Company, the under signed will receive sealed bids for the purchase in bulk the entire stock of the Palmer Shoe Cos., consisting of shoes, hats, gents furnishings, etc., Invento ried at twenty-five hundred dollars. Said bids will be received up to auo including tbe 19;b, instant. A complete inventory of said stock oan be ssen by calling upon me. The right to reject any and all b'ds is reserved. Eustace C. Butts, Receiver, Palmer Shoe Cos., Brunswick, Ga JUST A WORD. California Prunes 40 to 50c 12V “ “ 50 to 00c 10 Golden “ 50 to 60c 10 Tobasco Pepper Sauce bottle 40c Chilli Sauce 10c If it’s good we have it. B. Ml The Hustler, Phone 158. SUPERIOR COURT NOTICE. / The court will take up the criminal docket /n Monday, January 14tb, 1901, at 9 o’clock a. m. The Petit Jury Witnesses and all parties interested Bre hereby notified to be on hand. Witness the Hon. Jos, W. Bonnet, Judge of said court, this January 11th, 1901. H. F. dußignon, Clerk S. C. G. Cos. Ga. SHERIFF’S SALE. Georgia—County of Glynn. Will be sold before the court house door In Brunswick, Glynn county, Georgia, on the lira! Tuesday in February, 1901, during the legal hours of sale t# the highest and best bidder, all that certain tract, lot or parcel of land, with the improvements thereon, situate, lying and being in the state of Georgia, county or Glynn and in the city of Brunswick, the same being; a portion of Old Town lot number 105 as desig nated upon the map of the plan of said city, commonly known and called George U. Bald win’s map, as executed in 1837, and described as follows, to say: Commencing sixty-three feet (03) from the south side of said lot on Newcastle street and running north along said street fifty-six feet (50); thence, at right ang les t# the west ninety feet (90 ft) to Grant street; thence, at right angles south along Grant street fifty-six feet [SO ft): thence at right angles to the east ninety feet (90 ft) to the point of beginning; levied upon and sold as the property of Joseph H. Scarlett to sattfy that certain execution, Issued out of the City Court of Brunswick on the 18th day of December, 1900, in favor of Mrs. K. It. T. Mitch ell against the said Joseph 11. Scarlett, for the principal sum of three thousand, two hundred and two dollars and forty-one cents ($3,202.41), and the further sura of cighty-two dollars and twelve cents ($82.12) as interest to the loth day of November 1900, and all accruing interest on said prncipal sum at the rate of eight per cent (H per cent) per annum, from the said 10th day November 1900, and likewise the further sum of eleven dollars and seventy-five cents ($11.75) as costs of court to judgment and all accruing costs which the said Mrs. K. K. T. Mitchell re covered of and against the said Joseph 11. Scar lett on the 10th day of November, 1900, in the City Court of Brunsw ck, Glynn County, Geor gia. Tbo aforesaid debt having been secured by a deed to secure debt made by the said Jos eph 11, Scarlett to Mrs. K. It, T. Mitchell, and which property the said Mrs. K. R, T Mitchell has causeci by her quit claim deed to be convey ed unto the said Joseph H. Scarlett.and filed in the offce of the clerk of the superior court' of Glynn county, Georgia, before levy made, in or der that said execution may be enforced against said property. Written notice given the de fendant m execution and tenants in possession. Terms of sale cash. This 10th dav of January, 1901. Also at the same time and place, the following described three tracts or parcels of land in Brunswick, Georgia, and known ac cording to Baldwin’s map of said Brunswick made in 1837, as old town lot Number three hun dred and seventy-seven; also the northern one-third of Old Town lot Number three hun dred and ninety-eight; and also the north-wes tern one-sixth of Old Town lot Number one hundred and thirty-six. Levied on as the prop erty of J, 11. Scarlett, and to he sold under an execution out of Glynn superior court in favor of C. E. Turner against said Scarlett and an other. Principal of said execution $900.00 be sides interest, cost and attorney’s fees. Notice of levy given defendant as required by law. Levy made by It. S. Pyles, deputy sheriff, and returned to me. This Jan. 10th, 1901. Also at the same time and place will be sold the following described real estate and improvements thereon, to-wit: Tho undi vided one-half interest in and to the lease-hold interest, or the unexpired lease from the mayor and council of the city of Brunswick grauted Samuel C. Colesbory on July Ist, 1808, for a pe riod of ninety-nine years, to the eastern halves of those two certain lots of land in Glvnn coun ty Georgia, and in the city of Brunswick and in the Town Commons of said city, according to the plan and map of said Town Commons of tile in the otiiceof the clerk of the mayor and coun cil of said city,and particularly designated and numbered as lots numbers 37 and 39 in that block of lots between G, Lee, F and Stonewall streets; said eastern halves of said lots being 75 by 1(10 leet each and forming together a lot or tract of land 100 by 150, and bounded as follows: North 100 feet, by Town Commons lot number 41 in said block; east 150 feet by Leo street: south 100 feet by F street; and west 150 feet, bv the western halves of said two lots numbers 37 and 39. Said undivided interest in and to the lease hold, or unexpired lease, of sa*d property levied on as the property of the estate of *v. H, Rainey to satisfy an execution issued from the county court of Glynn county in favor of John L. Courson vs. E. F. Alexanddr and W. H. Rainey, now held and owned by J. D. Sparks, transferee, principal $200.00, besides interest and costs of court. Levy made June 2sth, 1897. Tenant and administrator duly notified. Also at the same time and place one office lamp, one set haviland chocolate cups 200 miscellaneous books, one jardmeer, two easils and pictures, six china pictures, five sugar dishes, eight feather duters,one statute, two figures of horses, one brass deer, one smallmirror.oicca.se pens and Dencils, ten glass globes, seventeen boxes firings, ten reams EX paper, ll,eoo envelopes, 25 inkstands, 60 writing pads, 6 chambers, 12 spltoons, three ornaments, one tin cash box, 50 perforated chair bottoms, one plated uitcher, 2 plated ladles, 3 fancy lamps, 3 waste basnets, 3 figured dishes, 10 round fancy dishes, 40 lamp chim neys, 12 small lamps, 20 pa er cutters, 14 nut pickers, 10 whist brooms, 30 bar glasses, 24 beer glasses, one Herring patent iron safe. 5 show cases, one roller top desk, 12 copying pads, 1 stove and pipe, 1 lot of ornaments, 1 fancy box, 10 large lamps, 23 blank books, 12 pint bottile ink, 12 piat bottles mucilage, 1 chocolate set, s ladles’ work boxes, 35 pictures, JOO plates, 100 cups and saucers, 2 dinner sets and all of the goods merchandise, stationery, etc, in said store 00m contained, on the 31st day of Decem ber, 1900. said property levied on as she prop erty of tin* Brunswick Book Company to satis fy distress warrants issued by J. T. Lambright, a justice of the ym .ceiu said county, in favor of J, s. Wright against said Brunswick Book Company, S .idproperty to be sold at said store for the reason that the said proper'y is dillicultand expensive to transport. Said sale t > continue from nay to day until the same shall be com pleted Said propeity at the date of levy be ing in the possession of the Brunswick Book Company. Sad distress warrant haying been levied by L, J. Loavy, a constable of said county, and turned over by said constable to me. This January 11,1901. Also at the same time and place, the undivided oue fourth (1-4) interest of, in and to lot Number (73) Sev enty-three, with the improvements there on, in the Old Town of the acity of Bruns wick, Glynn county, Georgia, as per the map or plan of said city made by George.lt. Baldwin a D. 1837 Said property levied on as the pproperty of B. Whitfield to satis fy an execution issued from the Superior court of Glynn county, Georgia, in favor of The Bjunswick Savings and Trust Company against A. J. Crovatt, maker, and B, Whitfield en dorser. W. 11. BERRIE, Sheriff. CITATION. Georgia—Glynn County. Whereas, Henry G. Curtis, administrator of Sumael Curtis, estate, represents to the court in his petition, duly tiled and entered on record, that he has fully administered said estate. This is, therefore, to cite all persons concerned, kindred and creditors, to show cause, if any they can, why said ad ministrator should not be discharged from his administration, and receive letters of dismis sion on the lirst Monday m April, 1901. This Januarv 10th, 1901. HORACE HART, Ordinarj*Ulynn County, Git. CITATION GEORGIA —Glynn Conntv. To ail whom it may concern. James O’Connor having applied for guard ianship f the persons and property of Annie V„ and Thomas 0., Clare H.. Marguerite M.. and I.orris G. O'Connor, minor children of Thomas O’Connor 4 late of said county, deceas ed,(notice is given that said application will he heard at 10 o'clock a. m„ on the lirst Monday in February next. This 7th day of January, 1001, HORACE HART, Ordinary. Always Acceptable Presents Exquisite Perfumes Huyler’s Candy. See our display of these goods in fancy packages. W. J. BUTTS, The Dr nj gist, “On the Corner.” ..NEW YEAR.. As the New Year comes in we arc better prepared than eyer to offer you 3JHUG-S cheaper than ever before. Our stek of Drugs is complete. Obi PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT * is fitted with pure fresh drugs, and pre scriptions are filled by competent men day or night and at lowest possiQle price con sistent with PURE DRUGS, Agents For Nunnally’s Candies. Brown Drug Cos. J. J. LISSNER, WHOLESALE Groceries, Tobacco, jFlour, Bacon and Provisions, 1 GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN / SPECIALTY. 216 Bay Street, Brunswick, Georgia. We invite the attention of buyers tc our magnificent display of Oak and Mahogany ROCKE.RS in cobbler seats ana plush exquisite designs ml ncvel fin ish. Selections at this store are made easy and every taste gratified. Wood bottom chairs 75c better ones in cane $1,25. The largest and most diversified assortment of Children’s Cliairs to be found anywhere. Our stock of RUGS will l e found equally as inter esting. Many great economies will be revealed by a visit and critical inspection of-exceptional offerings thioughout the entire store, To kiiloejrs aro small but important organs. They need help occasionally. Prickly Ash Bitters is a successful kidney touio and system regulator, W. J. Bu'ts. For Asthma use CHE NEY'S EXPECTORANT: Money to loan. Call and see J. W. Watkins, 208 Bay street. CASTOR IA Por Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Pur the serious diseases that a’tack the kidneys. Prickly Ash Bitters is an unfailtngremedy. Relieves backache, swelling of the feet, and persistent headache—symptoms whioh indicate kidney trouble, W. J. Butt*. There is a little hole in the wall at 228 Graut St’, where you will find no fine fixtures hut the Best DIM of WHISKEY In Branswicli For 10 Cents H. SELIG, Proprietor. SPECIAL THIS WEEK. A Complete Line of STAMPED LINEN * 5 and 10c. —AT— „ GREENWOOD'S 5 and 10c STOR.E --220 NEWCASTLE ST.