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... and— Sterling Silverware Of the very best man ufactures make the most appropriate WEDDING PRESENTS. Cal?, rad Look KENNOiST MOTT, Jeweler and Graduate Optician. *ls Newcastle Street, Inspector of Watcbc* for Southern Hallway. Time l>jr Wire daily from WnHbl..j<ton KKEPEU or 'J 11E CITY CLOCKS. Waterman’s Ideal Fountain Pens FLEMING & WAFF'S. 1 Photographers Supplies. Pino Stationery. CHRIS ARNHEITER, f western u, Fun. ii Million, (jk FIIESII I'OI’LTKY 9 fresh vegetables fresh groceries FSEBH EGOS FROM THE COUNTRY. All goods sent out nice jinti clean'. The best of every thing for the model housewife. 201 Monk St. Phone r B9 _ C. IMJWMNIi, I’BESIDEJIT. K. 11. MASON. Vi. i: I’m-imisr. K. D. WAI.TER, CASHIEB THE NATIONAL BANK OF BRUNSWICK, CAPITAL sl^o,ooo. LOANS—DISCOUNTS—EXCHANGE—COLLECTIONS, • SAFE SEPCSIT E9ZS FOOT!. Interest Allowed On Deposits in Savings Department. DiK kctoks JOSEPH W. BENNET, C, DOWNING, ALBERT FENIIIG, Judge Brunswick Circuit, . , I'rrs Downing Cos, of Brobston, Fendig&Co. W. G. BRANTLEY, E. it. M \SON; E. IX WALTER, M. C. 11th Ga Dist. of I It Mason &Cos . Cashier. HENRY I’, TALMADGE, Pi s. South.-m Pine Cos., New York ELI ZISSIM :'O. Bo2i Newcastle St. CIGARS AND TOBACCO All Kinds cl Candy . PILES OF PEOPLE testify to the merit of Banner Salve is cur ing piles It .immediately relieves ami quickly cures. No other sr-lve to hea: : g v. .1, Butt i. For La Grippe and bad colcfcuse Russell's Chill Ton ic—fcC very bottle gua r a n teed. J. A. Lambert of Raleigh, N. C writ;* l "I heartily euuort; Foley'• k dney <'u -• It does what you oleins it will do. at u there is uothuig eq"al to n.a'd F that. you for ths good it has done sue. Accep' po substitute. J. Butts. Ilk I 'OKI Druggist In W sbing'ou’a day tvas cotnpeU •t! to i 1 mpound his mediums from a i lev Jri;*;-. ('h’Hitic ; with dilfloul y and at great . out. Now we Mare ths use o' ever* (Lug known 'o the Phsruiaoo j Pocla. Prescriptions are prepared from the most fresh, pure and p -tent Drugs oV-t finable and they arc always accu rate and ilflcicut. Smith’s Pharmacv. LINGERING LA GRIPPE COUGH. ti.Va.her r>7 Osgood 8t„ Chicago,says, ‘My *..(*. has a very severe case of la grippe ami it left her with a very bad c luch ."'he trio a bottle of l olry's Hon tat. i Tar and it gave immediate relief. A . , Mil dottle cured her cough entirely ” i lit t no substitute. W. J. Butte. THE BRUNSWICK TIMES-GALL. FEBRUARY 19, 1901 SOCIETY NEWS. MARY M’NISH BURROUGHS. O maiden under the skies so bine, Of the eyes end tresses brown, I’d rattier be walking the fields with you Than itoing iny way to the town! Is'Jtfar.to your;dwelllngl But here’s Ia rose; Perhaps lyou slipped heart —who knows? —Stanton. f I Over all the southland the spring time seem■ to he coining with it* warm sunshine and slovery moonlight. Thera ia a breath of yellow jessamine in the air, and in the dark deep woods under the brown leaves fiom the fall past, there are wild violets, frail and delica'e and bias; “those first sweet violets of early spring, which come in whispers to us both aud sing, of love nnspeakaDle that is to be. —’’And there is the song of the mocking bud • brough the trees that are budding ou', a delicate green through tbs woods, giving the warbler a gladder note of new life in his roundelay. Along the bdges of the roads the sweet wild roses I are getting ready for the spring blooms of pink, while here and there a peach tree in full bloom is showing the delicate color ahead of them. Through the brown of the winter marshes, there comes a gleam of green, brought out more vividly by the long sun-beams and shadows that sweep over them at though in search of the little nests of the marsh birds now building close to the high water line. There are many things budding and blooming now, many glad days, many young hearts that are light and free, ‘ and love divine is over all.” Mrs. George R. Banks of Forsythe ii expected in Brunswick this morn ing to spend imns time the guest of her son, Mr. Elbert J. Banks, at his home on Amherst street. Mr, T. Q. Fleming is spending seme time at bis home in Brunswick. Mrs. E, F. Coney entertained a few evenings ago, at her house on Uaion street, with a number of young peo ple preeent. Miss Elizabeth del,,field is expeettd in Biuuswiok tomorrow from New York to spend seme time the guest of Miss Francos Nightingale, at her home on Richmond street. Mr. William Naussbaiun left a few days ago for New York where ha went to meet Ids parents, who are expeoted from tlieir home in Germany to make iheir futuie home in Brunswick. A pleasant german, the last of the season, was danced by a large number of young people last evening. Miss Josephine Sizar of Virginia wbo is spending the winter in Bruns wick, the guest of her brother, Mr. Sizer, at his pretty home on Halifax sijutre, is making many friends and receiving numbers of charming sooial attentions Ona of ths most delightful events of the past WiOk in Brunswiok was the valentine german given by the Cotil lion Club Thursday night in the ptr ' iors of ths Oglethorpe hotel. The af- I lair was otmp. rond by Dr find Mrs IA C Buln, v'olouel and Mrs WA Jeter, Mr auil Mr* A O Banks, Mrs Hugh l'or.er, Mrs Tuttle, and Mrs J A Butts, The dancers present wera Mr and Mrs F DM Strachan, Mr and Mrs E D Walter. Mr and Mrs Law renoe Von Weller, Mr and Mrs Kilpb Tuppar, Miss F Symons, Mr Howard Waif, Miss Fannie Graut Nightingale, Mr Morton Marye, Miss Julia IMr B I’ Colemau, Miss Ueta McCul lough, Mr Jennings Butts, Miss Ethel Conoloy, Mr Harry dußignon, Miss Zoe Symons, Mr Morel Symons, Miss Juliette Coleman, Mr Bayard Butts, Miss Gertrude Allen, Mr Eugene Whitfield, Alisa Mamie Waff, Mr T(J Fleming, Mias lteta McKinnon, Mr Carington Cosby, Mies Georgia Wayne. Mr KJward Allen, Miss Edith Parker, Mr Maloolm McCullough, Miss Latlie Hu ts, Mr Alison Palmer, Mias Lueile Bu’ts, Mr Hubert Avery, Mies Evans Jeter, Mr Jamss Bailey, Miss Hi/sr, Air Goldsmith Lehman, Miss Alberta Derby, Mr A C Banks, Jr. Mr J P Davenport, Mr F E Twitty, Mr R D Header, Mr Malcolm McKin non. ' v. The luncheon, dinner and supper to be served today, beginning at 11:30 o’clook and continuing until 12 o’clook this evening, under the auspices of the ladies of the Roman Catholic church, (promises to be an overwhelming sue | cess from every s'andpoint. It will be given in the vacant store near Keany’s grocery *tore oa Newcastle street, and everything in the appetiz ing lino will ba served to those who ! oall. Oa the pre’ty menu oardswillj be found, o; stirs, raw and stewed, roast, turkey, rcast pork, chicken salad, bam sandwiches, beef ala mode, cold slaw, rpple sauce, olives, pickles, cake, ice cream, coffee and ohooolate. Among the ladies who will serve wili be Meedame* A da a Bignon, Fab'ao, John Rots, Minnc ban, Emmet Calnan, Nei.y Cainan, J B Wright, J C Stilts, Heis’; Misses Virginia Boyle, Lilian Warden, Julia Mahoney, Annie Mahoney. ADVERTISED LETTER LIST. Toe following is a list of letters re maining in the post-office at Bruns wick, Ga., for the week ending Feb. i 19, .I*ol. A—Josephine Anderson, J. Athens, Isaac Armstrong. B—H . Boykin, Miss Mollie Brown. C—Frank Candon, G. W. Caton. D—Miss Mary Desmar, Beulah Dixon, Mrs. Charlotte IXxon, Ed Delegal. E—Miss Celia Everson. F—H, M. Fentress. H—Mrs. E. Humphreys, Joseph Horn. J—Miss M. Jackson, Mrs. Salley Jenkins, Frank Johnson, Charlie Johnson, Charley Jackson. K—James H. King, Jim King. L—Sam Lee, Allen Linder, M—Jim Morgan, Mrs. Eliza Murray, Mack Muchis, Cbar.ie Mitchell, Mrs, E. R. Matthews, C. R. Myrick, (2). O—Walter Odoms. P—R. L. Peterson,Thomas Paugel, Sarah Powell. R—D. R. Robison, Nicholas Rose, Mrs. A. Rysle. B—Henrietta Smith, Mrs. Emma Spencer, Mrs. John C. Smith. T—Charlie Thomas. W—Miss Mary Williams, A. Win guilt, Harry Winchester, Miss Hattie Wilson, Miss Ida Walker, Robert Walker, Miss Hattie Wilson, Parties calling for any of the above will stale that they were advertised and pay one cent. F. MoC. Brown, P. M. WANTED—A few pupils to take shorthand.at night class. Address Teacher, (103 Mansfield street. SHIPPING REPORT —— OorrsotsJ Daily by C-pt. Otto Johacnessn Port of Brnnswiok/Jan. 31, 1901. ARRIVED S S Rio Grand* Johnston, Now YorkJ S S Navahoe, John* on, Boston. SAILED Scbr Hugh Kelly. Haskell, Perth Amboy. We’ve (Jot ’Em! Those Portable Baskets that burns coal in the open fire place. Reed JC, LaMance, manager. TO CUKE A COUGH stop coughing, as it irritates the lungs, and gives them no chance to heal. Foley • Honey and Tar cures without causing a strain in throwing off the phlezm like common cough expectorants. W J Butts. PROPRIETOR. EMPTY AND LOADED €3 hH EEZ L—. L— , ammunitiom. Sporting Goods, KoGEKSIfcS NIVES, Bicycle and Gun Repairing a Specialty at P.O. KESSLERS W. W Umbarger, grocer of Marshall, Mo„ writes: “Foley’s Honey and Tar is the best cough cure on the market today. i have used most all kinds and am sure that there is no other so good for both young and old, and especially for children. We are never without it in the house.” W. J. Butts. u. a. chcdl-e: DEKTTIST OFFICE IN OPERA HOUSE BUILDING (up stairs.) Hours Bto 1 , from 2to 4:30 nave your furniture moved by expe ieooed hands. New Town stables. TRIED FIVE I>UCTORE Mrs. Francis I. Sales, of Missouri VaMey la writes “1 bad severe kidney trouble for years had tried five doctors without j bei.si.t, but three bottles of I'„i#y's Kidney Cure cured me *. J.. Butte. PIAHOSAHD ORGAN If you want a or Organ buy a Ludden & Bates B. J. OLEWINE, A cent* __~ -J A Stccfe of Good Feed laid in now from our carefully selected stock will keep your horses and cattle in good condition for the rest of the Winter. Don't run the risk of inclement weather and consequent bad roads, but order now As caterers to the dumb members of the animal creation we stand second to none J. H. BURNETT, FEES STORE. T. POOL, Contractor and Builder, 1191 South Stonewall Street. Brunswick, - Georgia E. R .BAKER, Dentist. Special Attention to Crown and bridge work. Office. 5022 Glou’ster St. JOSEPH VILIMEK, 1. k GERMAN PHYSICIAN. The best and surest help for any com plaint. ; Office and Residence, 701 Gloucester St. BRUNSWICK, GA. WATCH THIS SPACE. FOR Special Offerings. PAIIE H INDUSTRY AND BUY Our Georgia Made Hose Just received a largo shipment of Ik's, Mss’ ari idea's Kcse Fast coli-rs and high spliced beel3 and seamless, which are considered the best ten cents values everywhere, for the rest of this week we will offer these to the public at c^g=:rvj-r^ GREENWOuD’S 5 and 10c STORE -220 .NEWCASTLE ST. Grpnl Dpfl p| m j l)U Ilbllllu 1) 0 We will sell every article in our store wbicb is called winter stock at greatly redbced prices, to make room for our New Spring Stock. [ FOR LADIES We have a few Jaokets atd Capes ladies’ Underwear, Dress Goods, etc For Gentlemen We bavs a few Trousers, Heavy £bces, Underwear, etc. till u: COKIECS HUBBI. J. DBELLEfi & BRO -314 Newcastle St. PURE WHISEKY Direct From Distiller to Gonsimer, FOUR FULL QUARTS, Express Charges Prepaid, For s3*so* Rye Whisky for 13 50. exp resi*! 1 remi’i'o f ' w J*i £ of f ' cven “ Y< ' ar '(>ld Double Topper Distills* indicate contents/ in pl, ." n boxes, with no mark. U pense and we will refund your *3 50 t U tcet U ’ lf 1118 rot satislactory return it at our ex way iSe deafersbuyirg riSZa'S„ *£!“ w , ho to sell you whisky I.Uis can be saved by buyluco? uldirect Such whllbf S1 ’ l ,r us liau J ral J- v adding a prolit, whisk e sewhere for less tl-an f5 00 aiuUhe lowVri™*. ii! 1 ’ 01 3°*? ftr cannot be purchased middlemen’s profits, besides 0 h h . " off L‘ r u saves Y ou thK addition of from adulterations guaranteeing to you the certainty of poke whisky absolutely fisc Keferences: National Bank or any business house in Brunswick. L. Goldsmith & Cos., Brunswick, Georgia. J. J. LISSNER, t WHOLESALE Groceries, Tobacco, Flour, Bacon and Provisions, GRAIN, HAY AND BRAN / SPECIALTY. 216 Bay Street, Brunswick, Georgia. Furniture Safety See our prices for new and tasty designs in Carpets Matting and Bugs. CHINESE RESTAURANT ESTABLISHED’ 1889. CHUE HALL* Proprietor • You can get the best the market affords by eating here 215 iiRANT ST, W. H. BOWEN CONTRACTOR BUIL.OER Of Stone? Brick and Frame Building, Manufacturer of C jment. Tile and.Artificial Stone. PHONE 254-4 .When th liquids come from oar rtoek. We carry such a fine line ► Wines and Liquors t at it is impossible to find a brand which is nor pleasing in some point, These goods are fully matured, • have a fine rich body and mellow i Excellent for family or anyjuae. ? R- V- DOUGLAS. 206 Bay Stre ;t. Coney & Parker DEALERS iK Goal and Wood, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shingles and Laths. Agents for Morris’ Brick, * Phone 18 525 Bav St. Cream of Kentucky —Whiskey— s 1.00 per quart. It is the best. DOUGLAS 8 MORGAN. Agents. Brunswick, Ga; It isn’t wise to take a chance on a piece of FURNITURE you want to be sure; whe you purchased an article of us you always hare have that comfortable sense of security that goes with just a few things that are the best — you cannot make a mistake here whatever you buy, low est possible price and money j back if you’re not satisfied.