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Which drew Ist prize in my Xmas drawing, not having been presented, I will have another draw ing on the 15th inst. In the meantime if you want anything in Jewel ry, your Watch or Jewelry repaired or your eyes fit ted with glasses, call and 1 will supply your wants. KENNON MOTT, Jeweler and Graduate Optician * 115 Newcastle Street, Jnpe< tor of Watch*. for Southern 11.11 way. Time by Wire daily from Wn.hlnglon KHBl'lta THE CITY CLOCK#. VALENTINES -—We are displaying a oolieoilon of Cards/Booklets, Box Valentines, And Comic Sheets For the approachiog season, far outrivaling, ai they undoubtedly do, all pre vious efforts. We invite your inspection of this beautiful assortment, which embrsots the latest, most dainty and arfistio productions of the best artists and publishers. Special Selections for Valentine Parties. FLEMING & WAFF'S. CHRIS ARNHEITER, wain Bed, Pi, and men, [FRESH POULTRY FRESH VEGETABLES FRESH GROCERIES FBEBH F.OOB FROM THE COUNTRY. All goods sent out nice and clean*. The best of every thing for the model housewife. 207 Monk St. Phone'B9 C. DOWNING, PRESIDENT. E. H. MASON, VICE-PRESIDENT. E. D. WALTER, CASniER THE NATIONAL BANK OF BRUNSWICK, CAPITAL $150,000 LOANS—DISCOUNTS—EXCHANGE —COLLECTIONS, SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT, Interest Allowed On Deposits in Savings Department. DIRKCTOKs JOSEPH W. BENNET, C. DOWNING, ALBERT FENDIG, Judge Brunswick Circuit, Pres. Downing Cos. of Brobston, Fendig & Cos. W. 0. BRANTLEY, E. 11. MASON; E. D. WALTER, M. C. lltli Ga. Dist. of E. H. Mason & Cos Cashier. HENRY P, TALMADGE, Pres. Southern Pine Cos., New York 25 percent Off . . . We will continue our dis count sale on Suits, Overcoats, Pants, Vest, Ladies Wraps, Waists and Heavy Skirts an other week A rare opportunity to save i of the value of your purchase. LEVYS THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-CALL, FEBRUARY 1 3,1901 I THEATRICAL “A TRIP TO COONTOWN.” To get some idea of what “A Trip to Coontown,” which will be at the opera house on Friday night, is, one must read the following from the Atlanta Journal of the sth, inst: ’‘A Trip to Coontown” was seen by an lmmenee audience last night at the Columbia. The galleries couldn’t have held an other person, while the lower portion of the theater was well filled. The show is one of the most pretentious affairs ever offered here by a colored company. It might properly be styled a reg.ime farce comedy, loto which clever spec ialties, singing and dancing were intro duced at every turn. Bob Cole, Billy Johnson, Sam Lucas, Carter and Hill man . Murphy and Slater, Rastus and Banks, Lloyd Gibbs, Thomas Craig and Edna Alexander deserve special mention for their exoellent specialties. The scenery was good and the oostumes clean and neat. “BECAUSE SHE LOVED HIM SO.” i William Gillette, the greatest Amerl- ! can dramatist, author of more successful plays than any other native author has ever presented, will present bis latest and greatest comedy success, “Because She Loved Him So,” at the opera house on Saturday, Feb. 16. h. This comedy la credited with being much funnier than “The Private Seoretary,” “Too Much Johnson,” "All the Comforlsof Home,” e'c. When one takes into con sideration that William Gillette wrote “Held by the Enemy” and “Secret Service," it can be oasily understood that “Beoauie She Loved Him So,” wi 11 be a well constructed pieoe of stage literature. The comedy achieved long runs iu New York Ciiy at the Madison Siparo thea're, also In Boston and C iieago, and one of the greatest succes ses wherever p-osented last season. The same tine oast will be seen iu the com edy this season. THE EARL OF YARMOUTH. Eric Hope (Earl of Yarmou'h) who maksi bis first appearance in this city on utxi Tuesday night in Jerome IC. Jerome’s famous comedy, ’‘The Coun cillor’s Wife’’ will be accorded a hearty welcome. The advance sale ot seats bus been exceptionally large and every Indication points to an exceedingly sat isfactory engagement. The career of the Earl of Yarmouth is full of interest. George Franeis Alexander, Earl of Yarmouth, Is ths eldest son of the Marquis and Earl Hertford. Ho was formerly a lieutenant in the Third bat tallion of the Black Watch. Two years ago he went to Australia, but not liking the country hs returned to England. A year ago last summer he came to America and immediately was taken up in society, whore he became a great favorite. To show his appreciation of the many courtesies that have been shown him by hit many American friends, he consented to arrange a the atrical entertainment for the benefit of the Newpoit hospital. Gilbert’s “Creatures cl Impulss’’ was selected as the chief features of the program. His success was instantaneous, and was the foundation for a most interesting career, that has since followed. NOTES. Seats for Because She Loved Him So i and Eric Hope go on sale today. The company which will present Be cause She Loved Him So is an excellent one, and the comedy Is one of the groat sucoeeses of last season. Brio Hope, E irl of Yarmouth, is the >ouug gentleman who Mrs. Astor and others of the 400 mads quite a “fad'' of In Newport last summer. Herrmann, The Great will be here at an early date. We’ve Got 'Em! Those Portable Baskets that burns coal in the open tire place. Reed JE, LaMance, manager. Dyspepsia is difficult digestion, due to the absence ot natural digestive fluids Hood s Sarsaparilla rest ores the digestive powera. Toe Aroado saloon will receive re turn* from the fight L WHEN a m YOU S V FEEL DULL 1 Tired, nauseated and low spirited, the machinery of the body is clogged up somewhere. Jk You should take a few doses of PRICKLY ASH BITTERS If Is a thorough system cleanser and Will make you feel bright, vigorous and cheerful. 80LD[AT DRUCCISTS. Price, SI.OO. w. ,J. BUTTS When you want money call on J. W. Watkins, 208 Bay street, Go to the Aroads tnd here th® re tu ns from the Jeffries-Rublin flghr Friday uight, SPECIAL NOTICE. All bills against the Bri’ish-steam ship Nether tlolme.must be presented at our office by noon today or payment thereof will be barred . F. D. M. Siraeban & Cos., Consignees. Jeffries-Kuhlin fight by wirs r. th Arcade. We buy and sell second hand furniture. J. W. Wat kins, v 2OB Bay street. WASHINGTON SOCIETY. The smart sot in Washington tins taken an especial interest in the ap proaching marriage of Miss Mary Coii dit-Smith, who was with the Congers during the siege of Peking, and Lieu tenant Commander Richard S. Hooker, an officer of United States marines. This is hut natural in view of the pecul iarly romantic character of their court- feisty 1 " '' Photo by Clinedinst, Washington. MISS BEI.LK SULLIVAN. ship, and besides the prospective bride is very well known and popular in Washington society. The engagement was announced some weeks ago, and it is expected that the marriage will take place in this city about the middle of February. It will be a notably brilliant event. The Portuguese legation has lately been the center of much social interest, where the minister, Viscount de Santo Th.vrso, ami the viscountess have beeir entertaining Marquis de Souza, the cousin of the viscountess and a well known singer, now making a concert tour-in the United States. An interest ing feature of the visit was the presen tation by the viscountess of the two royal decorations which she recently brought from Portugal, by the favor of the king, to present to their common kinsman, who, in addition to his rank as marquis and second cousin to the Photo by Clinedinst, Washington. Miss MAROARKT COOPER. reigning sovereign, is made a member of the Royal Geographical society aud commander of the Order of Christ. The insignia of the second order is a superb cross of rubies four inches long sur mounted by a eriwn of diamonds set in silver. The marquis lias been absent from Portugal inorcfthnn a year, hence the conferring of Eis new honors in Washington, where he came purposely to receive them from the'baud of ids cousin. The pretty fieft always preceding and annual r.ieei ing tfßjj - next month. Is now fairly .l"DgHrated. the contest being for the office of presi dent general of the soeiety. In which the lines arc almost as sharply drawn as they are in a presidential campaign. The principal candidates are Mrs. Washington A. Itoebling of New Jer sey, Mrs. Donald McLean of-fs'ew York, Mrs. Charles W. Fairbanks of Indiana and Mrs. Nehimah D. Sperry of Con necticut. Mrs. Fairbanks’ boom was launched, if I may use the term, at a recent reception given by Constitution council in this city. Speaking of booms reminds me of an Incident. Of course all the country knows that Senator Fairbanks of Indiana is being talked of as a presidential candidate in 1904. At 1 >ast it jvould seem as if all the country knew it. because the senator's mail has grown to alarming propor tions, and most of it relates to his sup posed aspirations, with suggestions of Photo by CUnecllnst, Washington. ..... MISS MAUD OGAN. support from all quarters. The other day, however, the climax came in the shape of a letter from a number of colored gentlemen in Dover, Del., ask ing permission to organize a Fairbanks presidential club. The senator re sponded courteously to the letter, but suggested that the formation of clubs in his behalf was a little premature. SHIPPING REPORT (VreoteJ Daily by Ospt. Otto Johannaaan Port of Branswialr,' J*o. 31, 1901, ARRIVED B ; br Anna K.l Hit hop. liowen, New York. Cnrgo 446 tons salt. E II Moran & Cos., chartered schr Ida 0 South aid 718 tons to load cargo of T. T. lumber from Hilton and Hodge for New York. T. T. For Asthma use CHE NEY’S EXPECTORANT: When you have any second hand furniture to sell call on or ring up ’phone 1 *l-2 J. W. Watkins WATCH THIS SPACE. FOR Special Offerings. Just received an assortment of stamped linens, consist ing of PILLOW SHHIS, SCARFS. PIL LOW COVERS, CEHTERPIECES. ETC, Which were samples used by a lead ing manufacturer in the East and which were closed out to us so as to enable us to offer this week the entire lot at the uniform price of 10 cents each. Each piece represents in actual 'value more than double this price. Come Early and Select. GREENWOOD’S 5 and 10c STORE -220 NEWCASTLE ST. in iiiii We will sell every article in our ■•tore which is called winter stock at greatly rrdbeed prices, to make room for our New Spring Stock. FOR LADIES We have a few Jackets at and Capes ladies’ Underwear, Dress Goods, etc For Gentlemen We have a few Trousers, Heavy Shoes, Uuderwea 1- , etc. CALL AND CONVINCE MSELF,j J.H.HELLER&BHO. ' 314 Newcastle St. PURE WHISKEY Direct From Distiller to Consumer, FOUR FULL QUARTS. - Express Charges Prepaid, For $3.50. _ , wi J' four fab quart bottles of Seven-Year-Old Double Copper Distilled . y.® Whisky for $8.50, eipress prepaid, Wo b ip on approval, in plain boxes, witn no mark* to indicate contents. When you receive it and teat it, if it is not satisfactory return it at our ex pense and we will refund your $3 50. No other distillers sell to consumers direct. Those who propose to sell you whiiky In tbit way are dealers buying promiscuously end selling again, thus naturally adding a profit. whloh can be saved by buying ot' us direct. Such whisky as we ofl'er you for $3.50 cannot be purchase!! e re , 1 l 'b an $5.00, and the low price at which offer it saves you the addition of from adulterations 8 ’ beßloea guaranteeing to you the certainty of rrinf whisky absolutely fite References: National Bank or any business house in Brunswick.' L. Goldsmith & Cos., Brunswick, Georgia. J. J. LISSNER, l WHOLESALE Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions, GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN L SPECIALTY. 216 Bay Street, Brunswick, G eorgia. Furniture Safety See our prices for new and tasty designs in Carpets Matting and Rugs. CU- IS/I'CSyayFRN/EIX CHINESE RESTAURANT ESTBLISHED; 1889. CHUE HALL. Proprietor You can get tlie best themarket affords by eating her® 215 tiRANT W. H. BOWEN CONTRACTOR AMO BUIL.DER Of SiOiic? Brick and Frame Building. Slanufacturer of C ament. Tile and;Artificial Stooo PHONE 254-4 wgl|y§g# isliiion All Aroid Whin th* liquids come from off j stock. We carry such a fine line yC **£ yfj lat is Impossible to find a brand , which is no l pleasing in some point, Ijf V These eoods are fully matured, life have a fine rich body and mellow §*'?' VI 5 Excellent for family or any'.uae. R. V- DOUGLAS. & 'lif-' - 206 Bay Strait. Coney & Parker „ DEALERS tN Coal and Wood, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shingles and Laths. Agents for Morris’ Brick, Phone 18 525 Bav St. Cream of Kentucky —Whiskey— sl.oo per quart. It is the best. DOUGLAS & MORGAN, Agents. Brunswick, Ga, It isn’t wiseTo take a chanca on a piece of— FURNITURE you want to be sure; when you purchased an article of us you always have have that comfortable sense of security that goes with just a [few things that are the best — j you cannot make a mistake j here whatever you buy, low -1 est possible price and money jback if you’re not satisfied.